35 Burst results for "L. Club"
Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack
"Paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very
Wheeler, Phillies Hold off Mets 4-3 to Boost Playoff Hopes
"Zack Wheeler allowed a run and struck out six over five plus innings of the Phillies for three down into the Mets we were as foreign one with a two point six two ERA in nine starts against his former club Brad Miller put the Phillies ahead two to one in the fifth with a solo shot Archie Bradley allowed two runs in the eighth on doubles by Francisco Lindores Michael Conforto and Kevin Pelor Ian Kennedy took over and got the last out of the inning before nailing down his twenty third save I've been in our shoes twenty times in here your car just to make sure that you just go in and out of our do your job and do a quick search you can I just try to pick him up and that the eighth inning printer the outcome puts the Phillies within one and a half games of the NL east leading Braves I'm Dave Ferrie
Leaving the Unvaccinated Behind Is How You Get Death Camps
"Joy reed says i've a message to republicans. Okay we get it you guys love covert and you want pumping through your veins. I mean this is literally an insane rent. This person's very well watched and respected. Amongst the american left this only contributes to this kind of unraveling of the republic that we have feared for some time. Play eighty nine all right. Good evening everyone read out tonight with a message to republicans okay we covert is the precious and yoon love it. You love colvin so much. Wanted to spread into schools at the office in the walmart all the cruise ships at the club. That grace spongy ball with the red spikes you want pumping through your veins with an ivermectin chase. That's her opening segment. They have no desire to bring the country together. They have no desire to try to build bridges to try to categorize republicans and conservatives as if we love it. I think she might be coy. She's been coy or sarcastic. Or whatever don lemond wants to literally leave unvaccinated behind. It's time to just say to seventy million people you have to go. This is how you get death camps just so we're all clear.
Octavia Spencer Apologizes for Prenup Joke
"All right. Now tabby taibbi spencer has apologized to britney spears and sam gary remember we were talking about the prenup situation and she made a joke. You know to make sure. You get a pre-nup wednesday announced britney spears announced that she was engaged. Whoa now she's apologizing for that. She apologized privately and she wrote an instagram posts. Y'all a few days ago. Sam britney announced their engagement and me being me. I made a joke. My intention was to make them laugh. Not cause pain. I restarted this lovely cup of privately to apologize and now wants to restore just a smidge of happiness. That they were robbed of. She said britney fans have seen her through a lot of pain and found happiness where thrilled for her seles. Show them love no negativity
U.S. Soccer Offers Men's, Women's Teams Identical Contract Proposals
"Us consideration is offering the women's national team identical terms to the men in terms of contract from the federation But the women who are appealing an equal pay lawsuit. This is a long ongoing situation. Said just a publicity stance what what. What do they mean. What's what's going on. This is a really really complicated. We've mentioned before. Show the should be complicated issues. I what really annoys me is people just without having any understanding to say equal pay equal pay. No because it's a lot more complicated than that. The reason the women said this is a publicity stunt is because the women aren't a very different situation to men when it comes to when it comes to equal pay because for example most of the men get their entire healthcare recovered they play for professional most of them in europe and stuff and they get a lot more benefits from playing for the national club. Which a lot of the women who might play in the wwl less money they don't necessarily received so you can't treat them one hundred percent equally. That's not what the women are asking
Taking Handwritten Notes for Live Players
"Hand written notes for live players. You have to have a two step process step. One is to put something in place whether it's a piece of paper a note pad and a pen or maybe evernote on your smartphone. You have to have some kind of process for taking your notes and What you need to do to help you out the most right. You don't really wanna ride out full blown notes like three hundred word hand histories right. You have to learn to develop a shorthand for the hands that you're noting and you have to record this critical information. Four pieces the type of player up against everybody's positions who are involved in the hand the actions made and the bet sizes made for example. If you have a sa- clubs queen a heart. The shorthand for that would be a c q h my simple right clubs queen of hearts. Pf would be pre flop action f. T. r. flop. Turn river the board on the flop. The turn of the river. Whatever the cards are you want to write those outdoor type them out in evernote but if the suits are important make sure you include those like a h for ace of hearts ki. Ay que de for king of diamonds seven s for the seven of spades. If somebody makes a half pot seebeck just put pot. Cba if somebody makes a quarter pot dunk bet one slash four dunk. Something like that. Of course record the player type. Like i said maniac fish tag lag. Recreational new player. Whatever you wanna say and make sure you use positional shorthand for For the positions right c. o. for cutoff bt and for button bb forbid blind once you do this a few times and you get some practice with the shorthand. You're going to become much better. And then you're shorthand notes might only contain like five quick lines. But that's going to be enough to take that hand history to flop zillah and really analyze your opponents ranges in their post flop
Judge, Sánchez Rally Yanks From 5-Run Deficit Over Twins 6-5
"The Yankees stormed back from a five run deficit to beat the twins six to five Gary Sanchez line two game winning single in the bottom of the tenth two innings after Aaron judge tied it with a three run Homer it was a big win for Aaron Boone's ball club to fall fall behind like that after an emotional weekend and obviously with these these games meaning so much that's a good one right there for a Polanco in the Kelso no slam two run homers in the first inning Byron Buxton added a third inning blast off rookie starter Luiz he'll making it five nothing Gleyber Torres scored the game winning run hours after the loss to shortstop job and was moved to second base the yanks won for just the fourth time in sixteen games since a thirteen game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie
George W. Bush Compares Domestic Violent Extremists to 9/11 Terrorists in Appalling Speech
"This is the man who i don't know he he he he's meant to be a conservative He was a republican president. He went to shanksville pennsylvania to the field where flight ninety three crashed off to those brave brave men took it back from the territory. Terrorists to save lives in dc and this is what he said on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. This is the man who was president. When nine eleven happened cut to play cup little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But then there's disdainful pluralism in their disregard for human life in their determination to defile national symbols. They are children of the same foul spirit and it is our continuing duty to confront them. Children of the same foul spread so nine eleven bin laden and maga- supporters are the same but lemon antiques. Don't get a mention your action cuddle. Why are they got was the most disgusting thing i i. I've seen in years. You know. I supported that guy. I had his back when he wouldn't defend himself because he was a gentleman. Dr gorka and is soon as it became clear that he's useless brother. Please clap. jeb. Of was not going to get our support because of his unbroken tracker failure George bush discovered his voice and decide to use it against the very same people who supported him. What i'm the marxist. But it's becoming clear that class that is the guys who hang out at the country club seems to take priority over actual policies. I i'm so disgusted by this guy. This is so bankrupt. Guy went off to war for his father. I deployed under him I was a loyal supporter and be charged with his blood. Libel this disgusting slander. Because you know he didn't have to say we all knew what he means. You can see the giggling liberal blue checks on twitter knowing exactly what he that was just
Los Angeles Dodgers' Max Scherzer Reaches 3,000-Strikeout Milestone
"The dodgers and padres yesterday. Max scherzer going for three thousand career strikeouts. Here's the pitch clock brings three thousand strikeouts for max scherzer becoming the nineteenth pitcher in major league to enter that very exclusive club a standing ovation inside dodger. Stadium max back into the history. The great charley steiner. An five seventy la sports. We're going to be talking with tim court about whether max scherzer needs to be anonymous selection for the hall of fame. Yesterday you a perfect game into the eighth inning this happened. There's a looper in the right field. Long-run pets he can't get it. There goes the perfect game. There goes the no hitter to out. Make that a one out. Double four hosmer at a standing ovation for mac jersey. The dodgers win game eight to nothing over. San diego swept that series Jay singler the padres manager talked after the series about. How is the worst baseball. The padres played all
Conor McGregor and Machine Gun Kelly Get Into Fight
"Machine gun kellyanne conor mcgregor got into some type. A little scuffle on the red carpet. Nobody knew there was an issue between the two of them but security did have to step in and separate the two of them now machine gun. Kelly was questioned about what went down. Here's what he said. A little scuffle with conor mcgregor on the cover. What happened so he hit the mike and then You know mega facts. We're not allowed to talk about that. We're not allowed to say. Don't they said it's amazing. The as we're last night and with all the performances in the ward that were given out we start with the drama at the barclays. Well this is all before the awards. It we're trying to do whatever they said that They said kinda asked them for a picture and he turned down. And you got upset. That's what they were saying right so there's always going to get that mad
Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh Among 16 Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame
"Talk about the basketball hall of fame. They celebrated the class of twenty twenty one on saturday. They were sixteen legends. That were inducted into the hall of fame among those people chris. Bosh paul pierce chris webber also bill russell the first black mba head coach Two-time ncw national champion villanova coach jay wright seven-time wnba star in two time olympic gold medalist yolanda griffith seven times. Wnba star and three-time wnba. Most valuable player lauren jackson. Those were among the people who were honored. And here is paul. Here's Talking about the teams passed on him. Coming out of college team. All american projected number two pick and so. I like to thank the clippers new cover grizzlies denver nuggets. Toronto raptors go to stay whereas dallas mavericks sacramento case philadelphia. Seventy sixers and walkie buck knives past. Thank you for passing on adding fuel to my
UK Ditches Plans for Vaccine Passports at Crowded Venues
"Britain's health secretary said the governments are vesting cools on the requirements of vaccine possible to night clubs and all the crowds defense in England's says he Chevy it said the original plan has been shelved for now but could be brought back to the table if kept at nineteen cases rise exponentially the retreat comes amid opposition from some of the conservative government supporters in parliament some members of the governing consecutive polity had concerns that the passport would be a burden on business an infringement on human rights but seem possible flight the one the British government was considering using already required in other European countries like France Karen Thomas London
A World Cup Every Two Years? Why?
"I know what they think of this next topic. It's about the world cup being played every two years. It's a big fat thumbs down from two dom. Yes why do you send john. I say that. I'm more surprised that people are surprised of fee forgot ninety percent of their income at a world cup while breaking news. They want an extra won't give every second year. I mean this is like your club. Said today depressed compr- this is all about money and this is a powerball bothell a battle and what's also interesting. I've got a lot of power because they have the best national teams except argentina brazil. Then what is interesting. Also the two years ago conmebol like the the president. Domingo said no no no. This is a good idea. Let's let's have welcome every second year now. Three years later he says now they say this is a bad idea. This just show you the power battle. The thing that fever could win this is the old fee for rule is one nation von vote on all small nation. And maybe this is the chance for norway to get into a world cup. But i don't think we will vote for this. We stay with. I think they should keep. We'll capacities every fourth year. I'm so afraid that risking devalued a status of the world cup doing every second meal. I think this is a silly idea. But do i understand that fever. Because they want the money. Show me monay.
Oprah Winfrey Picks Between BFF Gayle King & Stedman Graham
"Went down when besties oprah and gayle where road tripping for oprah daily and the girl talk got real watching. This was the third wheel. I didn't know nobody told me no did likely that would've been tub. Didn't like you then. There wouldn't have lasted because husband's coming boyfriends. Come and go by best friend. Best friends last forever. First of all. I'm just happy equinoxes anymore. Remember back in the day. They used to be devolved when they did this on the show. Touch yeah i was happy there at a an alexis today. What is okay what you put your main your friends ahead of your man. I feel like if you're smart. You do but i i definitely feel like husbands go and friends come and go like i just think it's unequal. It's an equal playing field. Like a mama. I know i did that because she was on camera would have been there. You would hurt us. I love you is what we do. I don't know. I l has got a see. I truly believe that. Gal has a lifetime. Membership oprah winfrey fan club. And she always have that seat. But i think what's really smart is oprah definitely puts her friendship with gail before statement but she also knows her man's
R&B Singer Jaheim Hoagland Charged With Animal Cruelty After Dogs Found in Water-Filled Crates
"Rb singer hime. He was arrested for animal cruelty after allegedly. They were starving dogs in his house in new jersey. He's been charged with third degree animal cruelty and failure to provide necessary care to an animal on monday. They said officers responded to a report of a puppy in distress. That's when they discovered six dogs in separate animal crates on the driveway and they said the animals were partially. The crates were partially filled with several inches of water. Dog feces and one dog was found unresponsive. So they said the They also found nine more dogs He had already been arrested on an unrelated matter outside of his home. Police did find nine more dogs in various stages of emaciation without access to food and water inside the residence so in total they recovered twelve mixed breed pit bull terriers a to american staffordshire. Terriers and one mixed breed boxer. Why do you want somebody would have that many dogs. Not careful by why. What's the purpose of having to install them as
Aaron Boone's Bullpen Decisions Don't Make Any Sense
"Like the managerial stuff in that sense is insane to me. We can talk about moving Joey Gallo to the two hole when he did earlier in the week and last week when it was just clearly not. I don't know how you do that. When he's the worst hitter on the team, laboratories is the worst player on this team. I'll just have to say that. It's just so by far. And then the pitching decisions I'll quickly go through. It's the bullpen. Look, you need your man. Your team top to bottom is going to do this. Not as bad as the Yankees are doing it. But your team is not going to be clicking and you're going to need some help in the form of the guy running the club. The guy who's executive decisions can sway the momentum of a game or can save the team can stop the bleeding at any point or can save the team from themselves and Aaron Boone continually does not do that. The Yankees the Yankees have Luis heel on the mound on Wednesday. Was he looking good? No, was he was he looking bad? No, he was wild. He issued 7 walks in that one. He finally ended up giving up his first runs of the season because of Aaron Boone's decision. But he'll walk he got one out. He walked two batters and then boom leaves him in for another batter. What do you think's gonna happen? He has no control. So instead of taking him out there and having the bullpen home, we're at the game, we're standing there at the game looking at the bullpen. There's nobody going in the bullpen. Louis seal is missing the strike zone. Batter after batter after batter, then file they're like we're at the game. There's like four guys up in the Jays bowl. Yeah. Just like stretching. Yeah. Hey, in case you need me coach I'll be ready. Yankees bullpen, like the bullpen catcher's throwing balls to people in the
Pelosi Says Lawmakers to Get Security Briefing on 'Justice for J6' Rally
"Pelosi has invited her fellow congressional leaders from the house and the senate doing security briefing. There's a rally that's planned at the capitol and supportive people who were arrested during the riots on january six. So that's going to be going down. September eighteenth and that's all plan by trump supporters. So they do plan to have a lot of security for september eighteenth. They said all available staff will be working and they are going to be reviewing security preparations. The justice department has also estimated that more than five hundred people will ultimately be charged immolations to that riot that was on january. six law. four people died that day fit. The police officer who was later determined to have had a stroke died the following day. Several more police officers who responded to the riot die by suicide in the months
Balenciaga’s $1,200 Sagging Pants Are Being Decried as Racist
"Is being criticized over these. I'm sure you guys have seen. These sweats have boxes attached to them before. Yeah and women. They've had that for women like all different brands like the underwear shows above the longtime ago. Right so they're saying it's a boxer detailed designed to be visible above the waistline of the sweats so people and these by the way it costs eleven hundred ninety dollars but people are saying that gentrified sagging now and that's what people are upset about. He's saying that if we slash black kids were are this. We were going to be statistics and not do anything with our lives. Just for some years to pass him balenciaga to sell it for twelve hundred dollars. I don't care if they balenciaga's or you know just some regular levi's what you boxer briefs showing why you want you boxes showing. Why why are you want you draw. Sean there's been literally laws that make it illegal to have sagging pants at fashion designers are profiting off of the same thing. Black people were criminalised for
"l. club" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"You just send you your yourself himself. I did myself on a show that is marked as explicit Nude on what is everyone. Welcome to nerd on the podcast. You didn't need it but you deserve. Where all levels of nerd are welcome when everything feels like a copy of a copy of a copy you can feel like you're losing yourself. Today we cover the thing that we aren't supposed to talk about and how it touches on. How the american. What we should do is has been packaged and branded anyway. Today we cover the comedy dark comedy laden coke classic fight club. What do you want robert paulson. It's name is robert pulse. I'm corey and i am robert paulson..
"l. club" Discussed on Galma:Unscripted
"Equal in tampa yeah remove remove about. We movie movement moved as this hashtag at them. Pasta debris started like Will be debt of Did that of pasta de a big guy. It's it's i really. I really appreciated the way parents handle the matter. Yep and you know. I feel i feel. Religion should be all the african sticky animus blah blah blah. You're going to hell this hell your ears tonight and everybody's but i i trust much as possible to lend from every religion. I knew every religious person. I've met every religious. Come across and i feel that's just if you're seeking god everybody knew like somebody has some is six nine men that feeling on elephant. Somebody has maybe felty till undecided. Elephants sneak and then somebody who feel the bomb and daylight nocera. Zoology lung trunk. You know like that and then identity once you have the anger from every you might have a picture. God as god is depending on what you think. But the debate i. it's terrible. He apparently very child. 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"l. club" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Out there if you wanna know more about her life but i do love her telling of the story of how her mother was so proud of her writing this book and we're just hand out these books about you know my daughter. She wrote this. And then hands it out and i love that at such an amazing moment right to see how she was. Because from what we gather from what amy tan's own reiteration of her relationship with her mother was rocky much like some of the relationships In this book but to see her mom just being so out of our was probably one of the biggest accomplishments. I guess for like a better terms. something that she's also been out of so i can imagine and i love that. I love that as part of her story as well but before we end. Yeah i did want to talk a little bit about again. As i said at the beginning of this episode. How it was so impactful for me to see mainly all asian cast which was so rare for an american movie that was phenomenal to me sees women beautiful women being a big story that people were latching onto even though yeah the population. We know there's a lot of asian american people here. we know. The story is not strange because we know that this community exists and has been around for a long time. But it's taken so long. And honestly i think even with as popular as it was when crazy rich asians came out. It kind of revamped that. Oh my gosh is an all asian cast because again we still don't have that outside of international movies and it's really upsetting to see when you know that there's a large population of the a pi community out there. Who stories should be told you know. And i think it was something that's all to me. monari. I'm so glad that it has gotten the kitchen. It has but it also gun. The kind of was named a an international movie but the family that moved to the mid west right. What parasite understandable korean movie. Okay monari no literally about green family that emigrates to the us and they are just meant to the us. Which i haven't seen i'm going to see. And i'm excited to see and i'm glad it's getting all of the Is but the fact that it's still a rare at it has outlined like that says a lot for what it is. Yeah and. I know interviews. Amy tan has talked about her kind of frustration around that and how her her viewpoints is kind of changing his new aunts. But the idea that a lot of times this book was classified as multicultural or something and we talked about that to some women have shaved women's literature right kind of title and then that very often will make you a niche. Where you don't you arnie's and you don't need to be right and decreases your audience. Do i is probably not prominently displayed or or whatever it is but yeah yeah. I really really enjoyed this book. And i am glad that we read it. There are so many things we didn't touch on that we could so lot to a lot to lot in this book. Yes yes there is. But that is it's four now. Please keep your suggestions coming. What should be read for next book club. You can email us at steph. Mom stuff iheartmedia dot com. You can find us on twitter at mom's podcasts or on instagram as stuff on arizona's you thanks always to our super producer christina. Thank you christina. And thanks to you for listening steph restriction of iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio diet. Radio app apple podcasts..
"l. club" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"l. club" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"Like coaches available in training sessions. That help you get in shape instead of jesus being. I don't know about you. But i if i'm gonna train it's much better to train with a team than it is trained individually. Yes and not that. I dislike structure training. But it's much better to go out on a on a group training ride on the door trainer by yourself. I find. I can't quite push myself the same way. I can't if i'm in a group or or with my team and you should listen to episode eight and use music to really enhance your trading. You might like riding alone. That's and that's fine but club rights give you the chance to chat. You know like i said earlier. Learn learn about cycling in a kind of indirect way which is nice and also afford you opportunities to social situations that you wouldn't be otherwise afforded and that's probably one of the biggest things you you and i were inadvertently in the same club when we kind of only knew it because i don't even know why we knew it but like the club because some of the trek people that i rode with were had have been a member of the club for a while and they encouraged me to join it two years ago and at the time i was doing to group rides a week with with track and i was still doing another couple rise like i don't really need another group but i was still. I was still at the point. That point lacking confidence. That that i could keep up with some of the club rights because at the time they actually did have like an ab nc listing rides in the the the era they were. They were legit. I'm glad i joined them. There's it's opened up a lot of new people that i ride with now even just having the ability of more people to to reach out to when you're looking to just go on a ride not necessarily a club you know..
"l. club" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"That's that's what i bill is not necessarily good but at least you're not gonna flop over the handlebars break. Your elbow. not that. I know anybody that's done that. Yeah we would never know anybody. That's on that so moving on today. We're gonna talk about joining a cycling club so you know getting into the more social aspect of road biking and in the draw bar or or flat farming. There's sort there. Yeah there are some pretty. We see a pretty good size. I don't know that their official club is they are are they. 'cause i knew there was as book group because i'm a part of it but i'm certainly not part of any official But yeah joining a club. I andrew nye joined the same club last year. Actually the reasoning may have been a little different. I when i got back into road riding. I was doing the trick shop rides. They were they would do shopper. Rides out of the different shops and with the pandemic they they discontinued corporate wasn't allowing them to do that anymore. And so i was looking for a group ride to to just be a part of on a weekly basis again and i was looking around and the club that we joined the western. Pa willman was closer to where i am. It's the rides are little bit of a drive for you but not terrible. Everything's a little bit of a drive for your kind of in the middle of your like a half an hour from everything. Yes so they just. They happen to be a good locale for me. There's another group. That's up north. That i probably would really enjoy. But they do all their rides like at least forty five minutes north of where they start. I'm like north park. People know they're like up in beaver. I recently joined another one. That's alpine me and scottdale which is nice I haven't gone on official ride yet. Because nothing's really lined up. But you know we'll get there. Your work schedule's been kinda crappy for or at least not conducive to getting out and doing more than an hour of riding. Yeah that's yeah but so. Why should you join a club right. So there's there's a multitude of reasons and it all comes down to personal preference but for the most part one of the more important things is the social aspects so finding like minded riders. All clubs have different types of personalities. So find the one that matches your interest is a great way to meet like minded writers and some clubs are big enough that they kind of have multiple personalities inside club. There's yeah you know the the club that were part of is i. i would kinda. It's not quite at that level..
"l. club" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"You out look Good luck man. I can't even figure myself out so moving onto riding stuff for the last couple of weeks At yesterday one of my first club ride is a year and it was also my first two bottle ride not meaning that i actually do water. I've been bringing two bottles of water. But i haven't finished two of them. It was like eighty two yesterday. It was nice yesterday. Yeah we we did like thirty one thirty two miles and there was twenty six hundred feet of climbing so i mean it was a good ride but look great rile. Yeah it was. It was a lot of new roads for me. I was kind of familiar with with parts of it. Welcome to my neck of the woods. Yeah i love that. Stretch going on along the interstate. That was really cool. Yeah i'd never done that. Yeah now it's jealous. I wasn't able to go. I was hoping you were gonna join us for that because it's a it's a good group of guys. I don't know that you've met everybody. I mean the the kyo 'em in the clip were there. But i don't think you know anybody else. You probably know names. But i don't think you know anybody else. But but i switched to a zero degree float pedal and i'm actually loving it up. I know a lot of people struggle getting the positioning right and not having the positioning right causes knee pain. I love being fixed in. I haven't tried the the blue shimono cleats which is kind of a. It's a three degree float instead of the six degree. I was like just swimming around in with six degrees afloat so floating. Seriously i i had. I felt like i could go. Like almost completely pigeon-toed. But i could also go like heels together like dorothy in the wizard of oz. If i wanted to. Yeah that's a that's a nice reference for you to bring my physique issues so you can get the red the red ruby slipper look now. I don't think they'd fit if they don't fit you they wouldn't fit me are they. Do fit me just not well winner with six thick socks i thought was kind of funny as andrew almost full to trigger carbon bike. After you hear your seriously contemplating that because it was four hundred dollars and it was a pretty good bike. I not that. I would have ever called pro bike to run the serial number. Pass them and see what the history was on the bike. If that had eleven speed. I have a feeling you about that the fact that it was the fact that it was fifty. Six hundred fifty eight hundred i was. I was thinking about it. Because i've dealt with that brand before in. I really like their stuff. But they're not really heavy producer anymore. So they're not so. It's a shame that they should've caught on. Yeah i did. I was honestly thinking about it. And i bounce the idea off a few people and i didn't listen to nick. I i listen to my other buddy..
"l. club" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"Hey let's meet and south park. Let's meet at the panhandle it's at robinson. Let's just go ride somewhere and you know it's nice to have a big group of people that you can call onto cycle so you know i heard about it through people that i ride but there's plenty of ways you can find one. Usa cycling's website will will have all of the the us ac sanctioned clubs on strava has a great way to find local cycling club. There is a caveat with that. Some of the cycling clubs in strava are not actually clubs. There started as like these niche groups searches. Be careful whenever you're looking at it with things online. But like you know with strava i will say that you want to look at like posting activity ride numbers if you're able to see this it looking at frequency of people riding because like i joined the club on a two years ago on straw and i've never actually ridden with these people so like i was trying to get into the club scene and like i joined a club that it was just a group of guys that which is post on strava and it was real active like a couple years ago but it wasn't anything in the the other option you have is just doing a simple google search of cycling clubs near me. And what is this google. Some small tech company out of l. -fornia they're they're they're fairly. Og l. e. dot com. Yeah interesting check that out and you'll be interested. They do a lot of cool things but they're not real big yet. Looks like they like to shared data lot anyhow. That's a that's another darko. The ride that for me. There's i think four or five clubs in thirty miles of pittsburgh that i that pop up when when i do that so yeah and and a lot of them will allow you to do certain number of rides with the with the club before make you join. Which is you can get a feel for. Is it a good fit for me. A good fit for them. You know is is. It's something i'm going to enjoy and you know if if it is great they've got a new member that's anxious to to ride. Meet people in if not mean. There's no hard feelings that everybody has their own reason for riding in their own way of in style of writing. So you know. I'm in that club that that matches you is is very important. Yeah definitely so next thing. We're going to talk about right gear. This week's a little bit different so like usually nick. I have separate gear but this week we have the same exact thing mainly because it was knicks. Now it's mine and saw that you kick it off. Yeah i was episode two that i reviewed my city shoes and i mentioned that i. I really like these bond tracker shoes but they were just. They didn't fit me well and so sorry cough so i i had them just kind of as a backup set in was complaining that his shoes were a little not fitting him right now as i got an extra pair if you want him. So that's how andrew ended up with them but they're the bond trigger circuits and it's a it's a nylon soul but what i thought was really cool about it is..
"l. club" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"Other really cool parts about joining a club is the the cafe slash pub experience so lot of club rides will either have a halfway point at a coffee shop or somewhere to grab a snack. I'm in a lot of them. End with you. Know a beer garden or a pub so we can have a painter a soda or whatever whatever. Your poison is soda. I'm still hockey player. Times with sodas throwback sodas with the boys who drinks soda. It's it's sodas beer the same thing in that gives you shit. Yeah you always do. But you know who who doesn't love going on you know thirty forty mile ride and then you know having a few with the group afterwards and just being social enjoying it. Obviously the last year is made that part of the club exterior not. Yeah but that's the one thing i liked about the the wednesday rides one of the ones. I went on where we started that beers. That's what super cute. Yeah that once a month. We'll do a detour coming back to the parking lot and and grab a beer at the german beer garden about two miles from the parking lot. Which is pretty cool one of my favorites and it's not a cafe or a pub but my favorite ride and we didn't do it last year. 'cause obviously they didn't have this The apple festival. But there's a we do with the willman. We do a like a forty five mile ride and with about ten miles to go. We actually stop at the festival and get apple dumplings so that one that one my favorite mostly because i love the ride too but the it was just cool to. I don't know if you've ever done the apple. Dumpling festival win in mcdonald. But no i have not. It's hopefully we'll be able to do it this year and it's falls on a weekend that you're available to to ride because you you'd really enjoy the route and then i think you would enjoy the apple dumplings with some ice cream for a three quarter ride. Snack probably pass on the ice cream. But i'm just saying that's what everybody else got. I didn't i didn't partake 'cause my sugars..
"l. club" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"I guess i think it's easier just to have both because that's what's on. That's what's on my ribble in the bikes. That i'm looking at a potential next bike. Also have one sixty one sixty. But yeah i mean i. I didn't realize how much of your stopping power. Until i was reading like andrew was came from the front tire or the front wheel and the rear wheel was more of like andrew. Said the oh shit or the. You know that you're gonna squeeze because if you lock up your front you're going over the bars unless you're putting your way behind the saddle or yeah. That's that's what i port is not necessarily good but at least you're not gonna flop over the handlebars break your elbow. Not that i know anybody. That's done that. Yeah we would never know anybody. That's on that so moving on today. We're gonna talk about joining a cycling club so you know getting into the more social aspect of road biking and in the drop bar or or flat farming. There's sort of. Yeah there are some pretty. We see a pretty good size. I don't know that their official club is they are are they because i knew there was this book group because i'm a part of it but i'm certainly not a part of any official But yeah joining a club. I andrew nye joined the same club last year. Actually the reasoning may have been a little different. I when i got back into road riding. I was doing the trick shop rides. They were they would do shopper. Rides out of the different shops and with the pandemic they they discontinued corporate wasn't allowing them to do that anymore. And so i was looking for a group ride to to just be a part of on a weekly basis again. I was looking around and the club. That we joined the western. Pa willman was closer to where i am. It's the rides are a little bit of a drive for you but not terrible. Everything's a little bit of a drive for your kind of in the middle of your like a half an hour from everything. Yes so they just. They happen to be a good locale for me. There's another group. That's up north. That i probably would really enjoy. But they do all their rides like at least forty five minutes north of where they start. I'm like north park. People know they're like up in beaver. I recently joined another one..
"l. club" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Welcome to kiss myths and Mystery Syam, your host Kit crump today, the Bohemian Grove and a little bit about secret societies. Perhaps, you belong to a club some time in your life maybe the girl Scouts or cub scouts I was a cub scout many clubs have rules and regulations that go no further than the halls were the members gather like the elks however organizations like the PTA Parent Teacher Association can affect schools, school districts therefore students the reach and impact of. These organizations are limited and generally they're intent is not secret records of meetings of the scouts, elks in the PTA and many other clubs are available to the public. But there are many secret societies out there Yale's skull and bones founded in eighteen thirty two and has had both bushes Teddy Roosevelt and his cousin Franklin as members but a complete list of members is difficult to acquire and the intent of the club impossible to know Dan there is the barbarian aluminum. An lighten era secret society founded may first seventeen seventy, six. The BILDERBERG group is so secret that is considered by many to be a shadow world most secret societies, clubs and organizations so far flung with headquarters in different cities around the world. But the Bohemian Grove is located on two thousand, seven hundred privately owned acres located in Monte Rio California and established eighteen seventy two security at the grove is year round ex-military hired to keep out the curious high end equipment including thermal night vision cameras, and motion detectors are used. As. Part of the sophisticated detection and alarm system, they have ceremonies with strange names like the yearly cremation of care ceremony. It was revealed by a California judge during a discrimination suit brought against that grow by the California Department of Fair Employment and housing over the club's refusal to hire women when the judge that issued decision in favor of the club's practice of not hiring women stated the club members urinated in the open and that hiring women would alter the members behavior odd ceremonies and members strange conduct aside members like those. Of Yale are rich and powerful pictures of President Reagan and Nixon indicate they were members. Also, the Grove is particularly famous for a Manhattan Project Planning Meeting this took place there in September of Nineteen, forty two, which subsequently led to the atomic bomb those attending this meeting include Ernest, Lawrence j Robert, Altman Heimer, the s one executive committee heads such as presidents of Harvard Yale and Princeton along with representatives of standard, oil general, electric as well as various military officials. All members at the time oppenheimer was not an s one member. Although Lawrence, an open heimer hosted the meetings grow members take particular pride in this of and often relate the story to new attendees. However, other behavior at this famous campground has led to numerous claims and even some parody in popular culture. One such documented example was former president Richard Nixon's comments on May Thirteenth Nineteen seventy-one recording the Bohemian Grove which I attended from time to time. It is the most Fag God damn thing you could ever imagine now that's a quote from Richard, Nixon was recorded may thirteen nine, hundred, seventy one. Author, Brad Meltzer hosted a program for the history channel. It was called history coded. He hosted a team of three and during one episode sent to to infiltrate the Hebron. Grove. With the disastrous result, they were all arrested. Bohemian Grove was produced here at night owl sounds studio and brought to you by Sharon Bauer. Internationally, recognized psychic and medium and author of the Book Life Eternal. Love. Immortal. This chrome. Thanks for listening..
"l. club" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"Right now. We are down down down down and it's not that we stay down but once we've been admitted into this club once we're inside we do start to see things differently and by the way that's not forever. It's not like where you know forever enlightened but there's there are usually moments of enlightenment within this experience there. Is this peeling back of a curtain? There's the sudden realization that everyone is tender and vulnerable hate that word but it's appropriate that we are all close to the edge of our own personal disasters and in some ways joining. This club does make us better. Not right away. I'm not trying to rush anybody to self actualization or self improvement That is not the place to you. Skipped you when your life is burning in front of your eyes but there is eventually or in even momentarily the shift inside of you. Something met realizes. Oh this is how the world works. None of us are exempt. None of us get a pass. I'd like to take the opportunity to plagiarize myself here. If that's okay but basically tragedy is like a neverending. Bogo for things you never wanted. You're like wait. No no no I already went through something And then the universe or God or random chance whatever you like to believe in is like two now the other thing is also going to happen and then another thing and another thing. And you're like no. My Card is full. And they're like we don't care and grief which is what. By the way we are all experiencing right now is strange. Because even when it's communal and right now it is very communal. The entire world is experiencing it right now. It is so so personal so within this terrible club we do have rules they are unofficial there on enforceable. They are subject to change without notice. Like all good rules they easy to break and so we break them often. Even big time nerds like me. Who are like I love rules? Give me more rules. What do I do? How can I do things right? We break them all the time because life really. I actually think there's just one rule so rule number one of one we don't compare which is bullshit because of course we compare we compare all the time and sometimes occasionally we do it. Favorably will look at someone and think. Oh that sucks way more than what I'm going through. But is that favourable? Sometimes we do in this way. We look at our own pain and this one wins. Give me all the points. No one in the world has suffered quite like I have. Here's the proof and right now I'm holding up an invisible trophy above my head. I'm hosting it and you can't see that but who wins..
"l. club" Discussed on ESPN FC
"The performance that because I think we we expect. There was expectation for him to deliver finally. Let's not forget that the last seasons never played the last sixteen second-leg because he was injured in both games against united season and against from Madrid. This season before these time he was there and and I think the club. The his teammates defines wanted him to find the time in in many respects. But he's also the pastor that he showed the commune with the players and also with the fun that the end does show die. You know he likes to claim lives alleged being. I think that was a lot of people. Maybe didn't really believe it before the game or that you could do that. I would feel that way. They qualified and everybody knows that I haven't won anything. He's not sixteen bashing these games especially for him. It meant a lot for him because what happened the last season because what people have been saying about him jobs. Where does this come from taking three years? And we'll see in. Oh He loves Kovno and he really thinks he's teammates no and he's really having fun now and he's really precision. Though and he's taking three years was brought this change on all of a sudden. You're right I mean I don't know why because I should have never been like. This should not have been something that made him change that way. I think from the day he wanted to leave sign. Let's not forget he was the he's the one who called to say. I want to come to you. It's not it's not the other Iran so he initiated that move and then he got any was not happy or Paris was not good enough for the weather is not good enough. The nightclubs are not good enough or the League is not good enough and this and there was always something and then obviously you go into the first season second season. Same story again then. He tried to move and try to leave in the summer. And now the knee piracy's much better. The city's much he's having more fun. People are nicer with him and that kind of thing. I don't really know what the turning while he seems genuinely happy and a couple of weeks when the Wooden Blues Awfully Atlantique to the left it might change again. Brings it with right by change again and Don would go if you win. We love you. If it's always football finds its him if he wins and your goal so me me me. I'm Mina lie when it goes wrong. Anita here I'm not not surprise. You listen fixable funds are are you planning to that and I think that's exactly what they must do it at Joe's something of course which calls grab the headlines. Upset some with the celebrations afterwards. Mimicking erling Harland's Buddhist.
"l. club" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art
"Very proud of. I think I had one year clean. Sober you know and said Hi guys. Hi Bob and You know I'm an alcoholic and I wanted to share with the AMMO one year. Clean and sober disin- announcement right in the whole group and everybody went. Yea Yeah Right. That's all the men react. Yeah tell them in reactive. Field with Adele Awesome. I felt awesome. Have they become the become like your family. The are the are my extended family family and It's just a great feeling in the world because everybody needs a purpose in their life. And the Do's Club and an HIV support group. That's that's my purpose is to help my community and that's what gets me up and keeps me motivated. Where do you think you guys would be healthwise if it weren't dudes club I think what's dudes cub is made aide me more aware of how important you healthy? It's every human being should be looking at that is do you vote your health. You got nothing. Wake up in the morning and you're feeling good. What is your day? Looks like it turns. This shit. Don't want to go anywhere you don't want to leave home. I think what the Dude covers done. I'm from is is maybe more aware of how important self-care he's going to see your doctor taking medication. Eat good food that I didn't back where I was when I was using sick. All the time never read never cleaned them myself is terrible so it's made me more aware of how important my health is. You're listening to white coat. Black Art this week. How the Dudes Club love is improving the health of men who live on Vancouver's downtown eastside? The program is so successful. They're taking the concept to remote indigenous communities. NBC's BBC's Far North there's one man who thinks the lessons of the dudes club could be taught to men from all backgrounds. I my name is Larry Goldenberg. I'm a urologist here at In Vancouver at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver General Hospital professor at the at. Ub See Dr Goldenberg also chairs the board of the Canadian Men's Health Foundation which is provided funding to the dude club. The foundation's mission is to inspire Canadian. Men to live healthier your lives. Its website states that seventy two percent of Canadian men live unhealthy lifestyles. Something Goldenberg says the foundation is determined to change which I spoke with him in Vancouver. So why do men neglect their health. Well you know. In ancient times we were hunters and gatherers. There is and I think that's built into our into our brains. We are out there to to hunt and gather and fight each other and and to keep her armor on as as Dr Actor gross comments on. I think today's man is a little bit different. I think what men are becoming a little bit more aware that they are not invincible and and they have to look after themselves if they want to look after their families We've done some research very interesting. Research has looked at the impact of men fathers on their children children. And it's fascinating that For example a man who has poor eating habits has more impact on their children resulting in obese obese children than a mother having poor eating habits. Don't understand why but that's a fact you know it's interesting the hunter gatherer metaphor because You know that takes me back to the Alpha male and and and the Alpha male can't look weak and I think somewhere where men have this attitude that if they admit that they have an illness that they look weak and they're going to be knocked off by the by by by by the pack. Yeah you know the the other thing about all of this is is emotionally men. Have to be strong. You know but men can cry and men do cry and I think men are now admitting that they have feelings they are lonely. The DEUCE club is a great example. When I first attended the men's Health Fair in twenty twelve I think was the first? I fear that I went to Paul Gross invited me to come in and provide some urological evaluations of these men. And what struck struck me and talking to this man is that they were lonely. They were separated from their societies from their culture their families their language and they were just lonely early and that was a big part of it as a urologist. I had the opportunity to address some of their Masculinity issues doing rectal exams on them to examine their prostates was not easy and several of these men because of their experiences and younger years. I mean you know. They didn't want another man coming close to their back end with the finger they and it took some time. I was actually able to Identify two men who had Najah in the prostate say turned out to be cancerous and so I thought that was worth the whole effort. I didn't need to do anything more. I probably save those two guys from developing advanced disease that would have gone unnoticed over the coming years so I think it's important to educate men to make them aware that they're not invincible. We are all vulnerable honorable both to mental and physical illnesses and To See what we can do to prevent those things from happening where he surprised by the results that he got no as a physician. One on one just talking to them. I realized that this great need for this and I hope that it expands well beyond British Columbia should be across across the nation. Thank you for speaking with me. You're welcome my visit to the dudes club that was almost over. I had a strong sense of the impact that it's founder Dr Paul Gross had on the dudes. There was one last thing I wanted to ask Dr Gross one thing. The dudes have taught you about managing your own health. You no one of the yeah a couple of things One of the things is I. I said you know we can't just talk the talk so I I pro. I kind of encourage Some of my friends and similar cohort to you know. Get go to the lab. Get your blood work done so you know. It's not like most men in their the thirties and early forties and building family. And whatever it's going to be you'll you'll go for life insurance and that'll be the only time you get blood work done in a life insurance screening medical article and not do blood work again or any kind of testing until you're fifty or more and so I said No. I'm going to go so every two three years or you know whatever. It seems sensible. I go oh and I and but I think more more relevant I have I have no trouble sharing that. I do go to a psychologist from time to time to share. What I'm dealing with? And that I think is very healthy to do that. I've you know we've just had a young family over the past decade. I'm busy doctor and was doing research and and it was getting heavy for an still is sometimes and And we encourage the men to do that in our setting. So why wouldn't I do it if I feel the need to do do it and reaching out to a professional is one way to do that. And there's other ways so I would open up to dear friends about how I'm feeling what I'm dealing with. And of course with my with my dear wife Caroline and my mother and sister and family members and say you know I do need help I am going through a tough time or whatever it is you know and so yes I had to. I had to tell those stories of of health seeking behaviors myself to the armor. It sounds like that's what you're talking about. You take off your own armored tap. Absolutely I know when I'm wearing it. That's for sure but I know and it's time to take it off. Thank you for speaking with me. Thank you Ryan. Thank you very much so taking care of your health begins with taking the risk to be vulnerable. It's a lesson that all men nature learn including including me. That's our show for this week if you'd like to comment write to us at CBC dot ca slash white coat our email address addresses white coat at CBC DOT CA. I'm on twitter at night shift. MD and the show is that CBC white coat also on Facebook if you log on to our website site you can find Duncan mccue story but the dudes club and linked to the recent cross country checkup program on men's help. If you missed any of our programs you can catch up by subscribing to our podcast at itunes Google. Play or wherever you get your podcast. You can also find us on the listen APP and if you're looking for the the latest in health news and analysis subscribed to second opinion the weekly newsletter from. CBC's Health Unit at Subscriptions DOT CBC Dot C.. This week's show is produced by Jeff goods with help from the Jerry digital producer Ruby Visa and the rest of our digital team our senior producers. Donna Dingwall that's medicine for my side of the Gurney. 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"l. club" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art
"Jocular very very kind of locker room and then It became very real and very authentic and the guy shared with the room. What they were really experiencing? It's interesting in a group like that when suddenly there is such a high level of desire and and interest The people can all agree in in one place at the same time that they're all sharing the same suffering or the same pain. I think that was our first kind of watershed experience for dudes club. And so we just just said let's get together and let's keep getting together. Let's keep building the relationships early on it was gross and other physicians giving lectures on typical health. Topics like diabetes beatty's in prostate cancer grow says the dudes really took off when men started talking about their inner demons are three pillars have revolved over over the years but our first one was always to build brotherhood and solidarity and now we kinda focus more in the language relationships and sanctuary because I read search showed would that the men who engage more effectively are finding that the thing that helps them to engage is the trust and safety that's been created in the space at dudes club to open up about their health issues to say I'm just like Joe Joe's just like me let's support each other. It's okay to go to the doctor and we tell the men when you walk in the door you take your arm off. That's one of our big models. Take your arm off at the door. Because we walk the streets with armor that society imposes on us so to speak in terms of expectations of how we are to or not to express our masculinity and our emotions more importantly spiritual side so all of a sudden these men men had left all their armor at the door and felt it was safe for one of them specifically got up and told his story of sexual abuse and it was a a major major. Another major watershed moment for us to say. We're we're filling. Now the four rings or four circle for aspects of medicine wheel mental physical emotional and spiritual and for that man to tell his story and for three or four dudes club brothers to get up and give him a hug and while he's sobbing in front of forty. Men was demonstration demonstration for us that we had reached that safety. Dr Paul Gross mentioned the medicine wheel an aspect of indigenous medicine. That refers is to the forest sacred plants Cedar Sage Tobacco and Sweetgrass. It also refers to the physical mental emotional and spiritual aspects of health. A lot of the men who belong to the dudes come from indigenous backgrounds. So it's not surprising. The medicine wheel has become one of the key. Pillars of the club as time went on on gross gathered anecdotal evidence that the dudes club was improving the health of its members to justify funding from grant agencies like the Canadian. Men's Health Foundation and the mobile foundation gross did a qualitative study. We got some quantitative data on the program evaluation side that demonstrated that men who attend attend the club. We surveyed one hundred and fifty minutes Vancouver Club for almost a year and the men who attended more often rated their health more highly on all four dimensions of the medicine. Addison wheel compared to men who attended less often and that indigenous men rated more highly across the spectrum. Statistically significant outcomes compared compared to non indigenous men and so the conclusion was if we engage men to come more often and if we focus our work in an indigenous space honor indigenous practices will be more successful. Hi I'm Lou the host of love me a CBC original podcast about the Messing of human connection the show Oh features deeply personal stories like a mother forced to press charges against her own son. A couple that falls in love through Google translate and a man who's father-in-law asks him to build his coffin. Subscribe to love me at. CBC DOT CA slash. Love me or wherever you get your podcasts You're listening to white coat black art this week. How the dudes club is improving the health of men who live on Vancouver's downtown decide if you want to see how much more successful these men can be with? Their health look no further than two of its more accomplished members. I'm Robert chip away. I represent the bank reduced slow. I'm a champion The Bank of reduced up my name is Richie guy been facilitated for the club for the last ten years. I live in Vancouver on on commercial drive and I love the club. There my brothers today Richard Teague and Robert Chip Away Health Plan and run the meetings from the nerve center for the dudes the main floor conference room of newly built. Drop in center in the downtown Eastside. Just after the meeting Robert Ran. I had a chance to speak with Richard and him Robert. How about you before the men's Club before the club started? What was your health like? Oh near two thousand like in Right Up to twenty ten. Those years were my life was downtown. Eastside I was living from being conviction homelessness and Mike Extreme addiction action using on the street and stuff like that then bottomed out and then I got really sick in you know and then I side to get cleaned from your HIV positive Yes I am I contract in two thousand nine but I'm undetectable. Now I take my medication after I got diagnosed in and and my by reload was really one million which is not very good and now I take three pills a day called Trovoada retana their ad and Banazir three pills. I take it once a day now my viral load went. Undetectable which is mean. I'm very very healthy. Richard what you. What was your health like before the dudes club? Well when I was using it was terrible I was getting the Mona's all kinds of sicknesses but After I cleaned up my health was I my biggest priority because we only get one life to live and you want. I wanted to live as healthy as good a nih-funded in the four key ingredients to a healthy life proper nutrition some type of regular exercise lots arrest and havoc positive attitude about life going to every meeting. Oh yeah while unless I was sick. Dr Paul Gross was there at the beginning. What did what did he talk about? In the beginning the whole reason that deuce come started his we found at Vancouver native south we were. We refining a lot of guys sitting in the corner all by themselves and for anybody that knows human nature. When you sit by yourself you get you get drawn? You don't WanNa talk you money. You don't feel safe. Don't feel secure and what we found when guys get so lonely and they feel is no other place for them to commit suicide so we have. That happened when a few times. So that's why we really wanted to start the dues cub. Get these people safe place to meet. Give them something to do. Give them a a good meal and Dr talked about health topics. That's the whole purpose of starting the Do's Club and anybody any men in the downtown eastside. I on the street. It's a little different game. It's dog eat dog. You know every man for himself read the discount we call it dropping your armour at the door late your your your guard down and just be just be a man now and what I what is important to be a man talking to each other supporting each other there to help make the food and they run the group and stuff show Robert I don't know if Dr Dr Grothe Dr Paul is Telling Tales. He said you were one of those guys who kind of sat in the corner alone by yourself get yes for several years of the Slop nerdy twenty ten before got clean and sober. I was one of the guys in the corner. I would go with their because I there was a meal and play Bingo now. My win ten dollars right but then During the meal I really got interested in. Dr Paul's messages about Men's health is I was I was HIV positive. And I had had some alcohol related issues going on my body. Those are buried I overcome so they got clean and sober. What got you to get up until your story because I gather other? That was a big moment for you. Yeah I want to share my story. I learnt the story How to share my story in being in the program alcoholics anonymous and a narcotics anonymous that the foundation of what my diseases right and Nicole Addiction? Remember what you got up and talked about just that was a HIV positive. And that was the big thing I've talked about and just some cheered the men that you know. I'm.
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