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A highlight from Cousins/Jets Momentum, Cowboys Fever, a Red Sox Reset, and Million Dollar Picks With Bryan Curtis and Kevin Hench
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Did a rewatchables on Monday night. We did Black Hat. Also was on the Big Picture. We did a big Denzel Washington movie draft. I got way too competitive. And then on Wednesday night, Amanda Dobbins and I on the Prestige TV Podcast, we broke down the first two episodes of season three of The Morning Show. The most ridiculous show on television, not just this year, but every year it's on. It just wins the title automatically. If they had a ridiculous show category at the Emmys, they wouldn't even have any of their nominees. I mean, maybe winning time would get nominated. I don't know. But Morning Show just clears it out. What a batshit, crazy, ridiculous show. Wow. It's really like they created a podcast thing so we could just break down the morning show. That's really, I think, the real reason behind podcasting in general. Coming up on this podcast, Million Dollar Picks and a little Vikes Eagles at the top. And then editor at large at the Ringer, Brian Curtis, who was also a giant Cowboys fan, comes on and talk about the Cowboys. Could this be the year? Keep saying that, but could this be the year? And we talked some NFL stuff. We talked some sports media stuff. We talked about documentaries and just all the stuff that happens when Brian Curtis comes on. Oh, we talked about Joe Buck and Troy Aikman as well, who have hit a really interesting milestone as a combo. So that happened. And then Kevin Hench, my buddy, the Red Sox fired their GM today, and we couldn't resist spending 20 minutes recapping. One of the four -year oddest, strangest four -year runs the Red Sox have ever had. And we're still in the middle of it. And I still don't understand why Mookie Betts isn't on the team but also like, man, since the 2018 World Series, the Red Sox have just been a hot dumpster fire. And I say that knowing that they almost made the World Series two years ago, but when you look at everything that happened, wow. So Hench comes on and talk about that. It is all next. First, our friends from Pearl Jam. ["Pearl Jam Theme Song"] All right, I'm taping this part of the podcast. It is 11 .31 East Coast time. East Coast Bill is here. East Coast Bill is in Boston. I was visiting my daughter and doing some other stuff. And Thursday Night Football came on and I thought it would be a great idea to do the top segment after Eagles Vikings. East Coast Bill fell asleep at halftime. It was a new record for me. I guess I'm old. I have another birthday coming up this week. This is why I live on the West Coast because I talk about sports for a living. And East Coast Bill gets a little sleepy when the game is kind of boring and plodding along. So East Coast Bill missed some time, had to catch up, had to do a little rewind. Fortunately, there's so many commercials. I was able to still watch anything, but the Eagles beat the Vikings. They're now 2 -0 on the season. And I would say it's an uninspiring 2 -0. They probably shouldn't have covered against the Pats. They could have lost. This game they win, they don't cover. I guess on the good side, the DeAndre Swift, they traded like a 15th round pick in 2038 for them. And this little way they put together their offense where they load up on wide receivers, they hit the jackpot with hurts, and then they just say, you know what we're going to do? Just grab running backs because there's 98 of them every year. We're just going to grab two and pay nothing for them. So offensively, they look great. Defensively, you saw it last week with the Pats. The Pats were able to throw it on them. Mack almost had 300 yards in the last three quarters of that game. This game, Kirk Cousins, over and over again, heroically going for the cover, finally gets it. The Vikings cover, they don't win. Home team's now 5 -12 against the spread this season. Underdogs are 10 -7 against the spread. But for the most part, not allowed to report, the Eagles just state. They messed around in the first quarter and then said, screw it, and ran the ball down Minnesota's throat. I was thinking, Eagles, Cowboys, if you were going to make a combined over or under for wins for them, and I gave you 26, would you go over or under 26 wins combined for the two teams? They're 3 -0 right now. I would probably go over, especially when you look at the NFC and you think Philly, Dallas, San Francisco, lock those three down. I like Green Bay, Detroit, maybe New Orleans, Atlanta, and maybe that's the seven for the playoffs. And then you have Tampa Bay and the Rams. Who knows what was real and what wasn't real. Tampa Bay beat Minnesota by three in week one. We're like, oh, Tampa Bay, that's interesting. But now Minnesota's 0 -2, maybe that doesn't even matter. Rams, who knows? I mean, they just have so few good players that the moment two of them get hurt, it feels like their free fall will happen. So the NFC is already kind of uninteresting, I guess is my bigger point. Unless the Giants can rally, and who knows after the 40 -0 debacle last week, they're playing Arizona this week, so they looked out of that. But for the most part, it seems like three good teams, maybe the Packers, maybe the Lions, maybe the Saints, and then we're going to have a really bad seven seed. So if you're Minnesota, and you're looking at 31 of 270 teams started 0 -2 and made the playoffs since 1990. 31 out of 270. I can't do math, but that's not good. If you're Minnesota, at what point do you consider trading Cousins? Cousins was all over the place on the internet this week as a possible Rogers replacement. He makes 35 million this year, that's it. The Jets, I think, could do some chicanery if they wanted to. They have this thing where the Packers, it's a conditional, I think second, that turns into a first, but the Packers would have to waive the right for the condition. Clearly, Rogers is going to play 70 % of the plays, but still, they'd have to figure out some way. But if you're the Jets, could you somehow trade for Cousins and save your season? We're going to find out a lot about the Jets this week against Dallas. They get annihilated and they're one -on -one for the season, but annihilates Dallas them and they have to look at their offense and go, all right, we have a really good team. What are we going to do? Is it Jacoby Brissett or do we swing big and try to get Cousins for a year? Cousins has over 700 yards and six TDs in the first two weeks. He's been a fantasy god. I don't know how that plays out. I wish it was like basketball where I could just put stuff in the trade machine and see if it's going to work. For some reason, we made football trades more complicated than basically anything on the earth. I have no idea how the Jets would trade for Cousins, how it'd work, what the mechanics of it would be. What's he worth? Is he worth a first rounder for one year? Is he worth a third rounder? You just never know. Again, DeAndre Swift went for a 15th rounder in 2038. Cousins, I have my eye on because if you're Minnesota, you're not good. You were completely lucky last year to go 13 and four, whatever it was. Now that's evened out and maybe you start looking around and going, all right, let's pack in this year. I don't know what would have to happen, what number they would have to get to. Would they have to be one and four, one and five, one and six? But Cousins to the Jets, it's a fun talk radio topic, at least. We're not doing talk radio here. We're doing sleepy sports podcasting, but Cousins to the Jets has always felt right. It's always felt kind of perfect. He always just felt like a Jet waited to happen at some point in his career. The Jets fans listening to this right now are like, how can he keep doing this to us? We just had the Rogers thing. We had Zach Wilson. Now you're gonna throw Cousins at us. But again, Cousins, a little bit of a turnaround. He was in that Netflix show. He's kind of the big winner of quarterbacks with Mariota being the big loser. But I feel like the tide's turning on Cousins. Even Primetime Kirk today, always a disaster, gets the cover. Who knows? Put him in New York. We'll see. Philly's got, they're just basically have to figure out what their team is. They've already had a bunch of injuries and they even had a little AJ Brown, Jalen Hurts. Who knows what happened on the sidelines there, but didn't look awesome. But they have two months here to figure out their team. They're a big stretch. Week nine, Sunday, Dallas, that's home in Philly. Bi -week, week 11 at Kansas City on a Monday night. Week 12, Buffalo home. Week 13, San Francisco home. And week 14 at Dallas. So again, Dallas at KC, Buffalo, San Francisco at Dallas. And that's gonna be the five game stretch that determines are we a one seed? Are we a two seed? What is our season gonna look like? And they just have to get there. They have to stay healthy and they have to get to that point. So not a lot of lessons from Philly, Minnesota. Do I regret staying up? Although I guess I didn't stay up because I got this little nap in at halftime.
Fresh update on "mack" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Right. But it's also where some of the presidential candidates are. It's where former President Donald Trump is and it's where the Republican base is. And I will say this about you're right about the majority of the majority. But they have gone along with this sort of behavior from the right flank for more than a decade and they've done nothing about it. At this point, what they should do to exact punishment is they should work with Democrats on legislation, on leadership, just to say, if you're not going to allow us to work as a team to get the most we can get as a party, then this is what happens. But the right flank never pays a price either politically or substantively for this kind of behavior. Well, I think that may in fact change because you've got 40 new Republicans. I went out and reported on the McCarthy gathering last summer and the summer before that. The thing collapses. He's built this amazing machine, this fundraising volunteer donor based machine, the support for new candidates machine, this teaching machine. You know, Juan Siscamani and Jen Kiggins and all these different new Republicans who are in there with the majority. They're all going to get wiped out, David. And they know Derek Van Orton is the toughest guy on a freshman from Wisconsin who McCarthy recruited and helped. He is the toughest guy on Gates. Everybody knows Matt Gates is a moron. How does that help him? Well, how does it help Matt Gates? Yeah, it helps Matt Gates because the Republican base believes that McCarthy is a sellout who should who should be getting more out of divided government than you and I know is actually possible. I don't think the Republican base believes that. Fighting wins. I don't believe the Republican base believes that. I think enough $5 and $10 donors do. I mean, we're talking about different Republican base to me means 51 percent of the Republican Party. I think no, I'm looking at listen, I'm looking at the 25 to 35 percent that you can guarantee to show up at any primary, anywhere. If you're looking at the broader Republican electorate, sure, as a whole, they're not going to go for this. But when you're looking at a House district that has been drawn to elect Republicans, Democrats do the same thing. Like my complaint here isn't gerrymandering, but you've got a a very overwhelmingly red district. Republicans who play this game, who position themselves like this, are not going to pay a price. They're not going to say you disrupted some very productive conservative policy and gave the Democrats a lifeline. We're going to elect a new Republican. They're going to thank you for fighting the fight and they're going to blame Republicans and rhinos. Well, we'll see about that, David, because we're going to reelect you when Dan Bishop runs for attorney general in North Carolina and loses. We'll see about that when Marilyn Matt Rosendale tries to pretend he's from Montana and get elected and his hat doesn't fit. We'll find out about that. When Ralph Norman goes down, fight Lindsey Graham. We'll see about that. And if Matt Gaetz, please, Matt Gaetz, run for governor, because you will get blown out, blown out. David Drucker, good to talk to you. Byron Donaldson, Michael Walter, a bunch of people want to be governor. That will be governor ahead of Matt Gaetz because Matt Gaetz is a morons moron. Stay tuned, America. I'm Hugh Hewitt. America, Bonjour, Canada, I'm Hugh Hewitt, live inside the Beltway where it is raining stupid. But Byron York has brought an umbrella. I hope Byron York with the Washington Examiner, you see him on Fox News as a contributor. Byron, do you have access to the secret plans of Matt Gaetz? Do you know what the plan is? Yes, I know what it's all about. And it's really, really smart. You won't believe it, but I'm sorry. I just can't tell you. I'm sure you know, it's like no one will tell me this thing you ever saw. It's really something else. No one will tell me what the plan is. I know that they're the part one is blow up McCarthy. But what's step two? Can you tell me at least what step two is? No, I have no idea what step two is. I mean, we have seen plenty of reporting that step one is just dominates is just a fix, a personal fixation with Gaetz. And now there is something it's kind of interesting. There is something about McCarthy that does seem to make a certain type of person really mad. Let me tell you who it triggers. I've never been able to figure it out. He triggers entitled people, Byron. Mack Gaetz is a legacy admittee to Florida politics. And he triggers you. Yeah, I saw you mention that last night on Special Report. But, you know, remember when when Boehner was run off by the purists and McCarthy would have been or could have been speaker then, but then he was rejected. And then Paul Ryan came out and reluctantly sort of took the job. I don't I don't know. I've never, never understood the antipathy to McCarthy. You know, McCarthy has always struck me as incredibly well-prepared, extremely hard worker, you know, like knowing everything about every one of his members, thinking through each race and each fundraising issue and all of that. He's not a visionary, but, you know, is really, really quite excellent at what he does and why he makes people so mad, especially when you've only got is the majority for now? It's for now. Yeah, Chris Stewart had to had to leave and has not been replaced. And so you're talking about a four seat majority, which is essentially tied in a 435 seat house, and being able to navigate through anything is really amazing. And, you know, last summer I flew out to Wyoming to the McCarthy meet the candidates thing so I could interview people like Jen Kiggins and Derek Van Orden and a bunch of people were running. They got together and Elon Musk, Kevin called him up and the speaker got the not then speaker, the majority leader, then got him to come and talk to the entire people. Then I went to the McCarthy event this summer in D.C., just showed up over at the hotel where they were holding it and talked to people who had won. Once again, you've got incredible organization, very dedicated staff, a plan and a methodology. This blows up the bridge. And I just think of all they are giving the House back to the Democrats in 2025, just in time, if Donald Trump wins, just in time to impeach Donald Trump. I said that last night as well. Do they not get this? Does the former president not call up Matt Gaetz and say, listen, numskull, you're endangering my defense? They're also seems to me, I mean, they're giving Democrats power right now to I mean, isn't if Gaetz goes ahead with this and he did actually last night file the motion to vacate, they're giving Democrats right now the power to vote of whether this Republican speaker stays in office or whether another speaker or nobody becomes speaker. That's now really in the hands of Democrats. And so he's he's empowered Democrats right now. And you're you're absolutely right about the 2024 race.
A highlight from Web3 Marketing's Next Big Thing: Mass Messaging Across Wallets with Shane Mac
"In this episode, I'm joined by Shane Mack, the CEO and co -founder of XMTP. We had an intimate conversation about Shane's entrepreneurial history, where we took a detailed glimpse into his previous startups, multi -million dollar acquisitions, and his vision for the XMTP protocol. The motivation behind this episode was to capture a core pillar of Web3 growth networks and why communication is the bedrock for any thriving project or company in the ecosystem. Their recent partnership announcement with Coinbase wallets sparked a wave of excitement around wallet -to -wallet communication, especially at Bello. Recently, Bello integrated XMTP, where users can now send mass messages to their NFT collectors, or rather any list of wallets. XMTP is key for Web3 mass adoption, and I couldn't be more excited to capture this moment on Mint. So without further ado, I hope you guys enjoy our conversation. Mr. Shane Mack, welcome to the Mint Podcast. Thank you for being on. How are you doing? Hey, it's great to be here. I'm doing great. How are you? Feeling alive, even more excited to share these next, what, 45 minutes, an hour together to talk about the future of wallet -to -wallet messaging, growth marketing, and where community building lies in Web3. But before we get into all that, Shane, I think a good place to start is to understanding more about your background particularly, more so from the perspective of how did you get into Web3 and even getting to building XMTP? Yeah, it's funny. I go all the way back to when I was 12 years old. When I was in eighth grade, I found eBay, and I was a baseball player. I grew up playing baseball. That's all I did. And between 10, 12, and 13 years old, you actually get three different bats. You get a small barrel with a weight limit, you get a big barrel with a weight limit, and then a big barrel with a lesser weight limit. So you have to get three new bats three years in a row. And I got on eBay, and I found this site, and I was like, I wonder if I could sell this TPC slugger my mom bought me last year. And $179 later at an auction, and $40 shipping and handling because everyone was stealing money on shipping and handling back then. I sold this bat, and I made like $220. I was like, holy shit, I was like, everyone has all these bats. And I ended up having a deal with the UPS driver. They would drop off the triangle boxes at our house every Tuesday and Thursday that fit bats perfectly. It had a bubble wrap, had a little printer machine in my house that would print out all the shipping labels, had a PayPal account in my dad's name because I couldn't even have a credit card. And I would end up asking all my friends if they didn't want their bats anymore that their moms bought them the year before. And everyone's like, I don't want that bat anymore, I'd sell it to you for $20. And I had this entire bat business. And it really just the ability to like talk to anyone in the world and the power of the internet for doing commerce and communication and the messaging feature on eBay, you kind of negotiate, people are always asking you questions, doing customer service. And, you know, I was 13. And to just think back to how I grew up in this tiny town called Bartonville, Illinois. And, you know, I had nine kids in my graduating class. I lived in the middle of corner fields. And the internet really was this like vehicle for opportunity and to meet people that I never thought I could meet. And so I did that for a few years and it ended up being a pretty cool business for being, you know, young and trying things on the internet. And when I got into college, I was at this little college called Western Illinois University. In 2005, I started trying to build, I taught myself how to code a little in college and I started trying to build a script that would pull Facebook photos right when the Facebook dot com launched and LinkedIn photos and put them on top of email addresses. And that really led to me trying to make email more social, but I didn't know it wasn't called social back then. It was just photos from the Facebook and make it more human. I was like trying to see who I was talking to because at the time offline and online didn't really exist. You didn't really meet anyone in the real world who you met online. Online dating was huge stigma. Facebook was kind of new. And so aggregating information about people who you really knew and pulling that together was kind of a foreign concept. And I was just doing it because I was curious about humans and I was just curious about who's this person I'm emailing and what do they look like? And so I was kind of just piecing it together in a simple way that led me in 2007 to meet someone on Twitter who was in Seattle and this guy, TA McCann, he was like asking me about this thing I was building. What are you doing? I started looking what he was building. He was doing a company called mind box and it was about mining your email inbox to find information about anyone you've ever met. And if a year ago I met you, we emailed and then today you had news about you. It would be like, Hey, Shane Adams in the news today. You should follow up and say, you know, Hey, congrats. You're in the news. And at the time, you know, I didn't really know anybody with news about them because in college no one has news about them. I didn't know how business worked. I was like, I don't know. I don't really have news, but I have social data. People are posting stuff on their wall and they have photos and can tag people in photos. And this Twitter thing was kind of happening. And so it was interesting. I started pulling Twitter photos into the little thing to put on top of email and he was like, social data on top of email is the future. And you'll get to know more about who you know in business and you'll have a single identity every around person. And he kind of really saw the future. He was 20 years older than me. And I just was like trying to see a face on top of a Gmail address really. And so we talked for a while. I kept giving him feedback about his product and that ended up being like this relationship that changed my whole life and trajectory. I didn't even know what a startup was. This guy, TA, was like, why don't you come build a startup? Like, well, let's just go build this company. We should go do it. Be like a social CRM. I didn't even know what a CRM was. And we went and built Gist .com, G -I -S -T. It was the first like social CRM ever. And we grew it from zero to a hundred million people in under two years. I think it was one of the fastest growing social products back in the day. And it was that era where, you know, the Twitter founders and Facebook and everyone, they were like, what can you do with this API? What can you do with this social data? See if you can do anything cool with it. Like there was no price. There was no real rules. It was a very like optimistic moment of social media. And I was just so inspired to be able to connect with anyone in the world. And I had met this guy named TA McCann and I, how am I like getting to work with him? I moved to Seattle and long story short, he ended up working for Paul Allen, the founder of Microsoft. That's whose inbox he was mining. And Paul was our first million dollar check. Brad Feld led our little A round. We got acquired by Blackberry for $50 million two years later. And I, you know, those kind of like moments or people you meet from just interactions online always led me to just believe so much in the power of the social internet, the power of messaging, communication, et cetera. And once I got there, Blackberry, I got to see BBM. And when I saw BBM, Blackberry messenger, that really was the moment where it all clicked for me. I was like, messaging is the future. It is how all interactions should happen. The phone should be messaging. The way I talk to businesses should be messaging. And like, why doesn't the world work that way? And, you know, through a lot of reasons, Blackberry messenger died and Blackberry kind of collapsed as the iPhone had a rise. WhatsApp happened. BBM didn't leave the Blackberry platform. And ultimately, WhatsApp, you know, became the messaging platform globally. And iMessage and iPhone became the OS and Android and messages on Android is also a massive application. And so the next 10 years, I was CEO of a company called Assist, which was business messaging. We were the first company to launch businesses being able to talk to customers and do bots and automation on top of Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Apple Business Chat, SMS, et cetera. So the whole messaging wave of the last 10 years. We got acquired in 2019. And I, during that lockup, you know, I had been in San Francisco for over 10 years. And a lot of my friends were working on crypto. I had actually met this guy named Adam Draper on a train ride from San Francisco to Palo Alto in 2011. And Adam told me about Bitcoin. And I have this moment, there's a bunch of tweets about it because we've talked about it online a lot. He tapped me on the shoulder actually. And he said, Hey, is this you? And it was a photo of me and this guy named Jeff Morris on Path, this old social network. There was like a private social network back in 2011. And he's like, is this you? And I was like, yeah, it's me. He goes, that's my buddy Jeff you were with last night. And I didn't even know who Adam was. And I was like, oh, that's cool. It's good to meet you. What are you working on? He's like, I'm starting this new fund. We're investing in Bitcoin companies. And I was like, wow, what's that? What's a Bitcoin? And for the next hour, he told me about how Bitcoin either will be a really nerdy science experiment or something that changes the world. And it wasn't until you have someone like Adam and his conviction and his belief that gives you the belief to just believe in Adam. Like I didn't really know that much, but I was like what he's working on and someone like that. And I think that was the coolest thing about San Francisco is being around people working on the future who truly understand it and believe it. And that moment kind of really opened my eyes and I became more curious about it. Probably five, six years later when the Ethereum movement kind of happened, a lot of my friends I knew and developers I knew started working on top of blockchains. And so I'd always been curious about kind of Web3 and crypto. But I was building a company, so I didn't really have a lot of building or anything in it. And I was focused on how do you do secure messaging and how do you do messaging for consumers and brands and build a platform for that. And then in 2019, when we got acquired, I was talking a lot to Matt and Matt and I lived next to each other in San Francisco for 10 years. And we also grew up living next to each other in tiny towns in Illinois that we didn't know we were we didn't we didn't even know we lived in when we lived there. And we found that out later in SF. And he was like, look at what's happening around DeFi and the Robert Leshner, the founder of Compound Labs, he was like, I have 11 billion dollars in a smart contract.
Fresh update on "mack" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"-road squish who candidly could be even worse than mccarthy and ladies and gentlemen i don't again i i don't don't care what anybody tells you that's not a win there's only two wins a more conservative speaker or another speaker who does more conservative stuff that said that said those are the only wins there's no moral victories here oh we got rid of mccarthy great what's the plan well we got mccarthy but worse that's not a plan so i don't accept the bad i want the good solution give us scalise give us jordan byron donalds could be a good pick too he could be i'd like to see byron donalds put his name in there that's fine we don't need to lionize anyone now why did mccarthy step aside the pro mccarthy people again because they can't get out of their box again anyway i keep saying but it's so true because i can't say this enough there's so many people obsessed with the personality fight the pro mccarthy people like it was a dignified move by mccarthy to step aside for the sake of the caucus that's so funny red that's a that's a good one you really believe that you're a moron if you believe that that is not what happened it's not at all what happened people got sick of the drama with mccarthy regardless if he caused it not or caused it or whatever you think or don't think there are about 20 others but mccarthy fans realized we were probably in alerts yesterday if mccarthy stayed around because it would be another 15 votes and we probably have mccarthy again which i warned you about there were probably another 15 or 20 from what i'm hearing that told mccarthy on the phone listen if you don't survive this motion to i'm vacate sorry you don't have the votes and we got to just seek someone else we tried we did our best we gave you the spot you did some good stuff you did some bad stuff it's time for you to move along that's what i'm hearing from reliable sources anyone telling you like oh mccarthy stepped aside because he's some superhero thanks they're just making that up forget it disregard that stuff immediately a bunch of moderates told them you do not have the votes brother you don't have the votes they probably said it like okay brother you don't have to vote brother that's what happened i don't want to hear any stories and fairy tales about how this white knight hero came in and saved the day god god let's cut the crap huh now here's the potentially ugly scenario good we get scalise or jordan or donalds bad we get stuck with a squish and we lose the ugly ones what i described before i'm hearing there's enough angry republicans in biden -leaning and swing districts that they're being approached by the 208 democrats who voted with gates on as they all voted in unison that they're reaching out to republicans hoping to cobble together eight to ten more of them and hakim jeffries could become speaker now let's be honest the chances of that are probably slim but the slim part is real that's actually happening that's a real it's not a conspiracy theory this is why i'm telling you you need to email and his office today because if they think you're not looking and they pull a let's screw matt with the democrats here i mean it would probably be the end of their political careers but there are some of them in swingy districts that'll try to portray this as some kind of look i'm a bipartisan guy we couldn't come to an agreement so we're going to try to solve a problem and hakim jeffries guy is the only who can cobble together voter can you imagine that that's a potential again slim chance but but not totally zero and i don't like it when it's not totally zero at the some of the audio actually let me address a couple things first the trump speaker thing i'm hearing that lot a ladies john was not going to happen okay trump is not going to be speaker it's not going to happen around on cable last night trump is not going to be speaker i'll tell you why trump's not going to be speaker donald trump is running for president if donald trump is running for president he doesn't want to be speaker he would be doing speaker stuff all day and not presidential stuff forget forget the donald trump is speaker stuff it's just clickbait he's not going to be speaker again is the chance zero no it's not zero but the chance is slim donald trump is not going to speaker be he wants to be president united states you can't be president united states while you're doing and stuff he addressed some other stuff too a lot of people are saying and especially the establishment swampy's and again it's done because they hate gates which is just as bad as people who just hate mccarthy and are doing stuff to destroy conservatism just because they hate mccarthy it's equally bad all you should care about is the football going down the conservative field not who's throwing it the flashy guy always looks good oh oh look at a spiral on that guy and he throws seven interceptions in a game there's a lot of establishment types out we there can't stand gates like oh this could impact the next election it's not going to impact the next election folks the news cycle's 15 minutes long what were you talking about last week does everybody remember the classified documents case in mara lago you realized there was a break in that case like three weeks ago not one person's talking about it why because trump's in new york on a different case the border exploded and kevin mccarthy was ousted his speaker the news cycle's 15 minutes long nobody is talking about that it is not going to impact the next election please stop the nonsense now if have you don't a speaker till next election it might but next week they're going to start to vote for i think they're going to have someone and if they don't this is what democracy looks like nothing that happened yesterday was chaos they were perfectly appropriate parliamentary rules that they'd all agreed to that they did they agreed to a motion to vacate and they did it i that's it just heard something that was pretty good jim say something to down me the line oh yes it works i can hear you jim i'm hanging up the phone now this i can hear you i mean this is awesome good job ke everybody thank key keep calling to the rescue today good job buddy if it wasn't here thanks for figuring that out don't sweat the stuff don't fall into idol worship don't fall into panic mode don't believe the chaos stuff and twitter is not real life okay everybody on twitter telling you this is the greatest thing ever is lying everybody on twitter telling you it's the worst thing ever they're lying there's a middle ground to this this is where we are we'll find out next week if there's a new conservative speaker this will be news in just a couple days all right the other side of the break i want to get to some of the audio from yesterday because again a lot of people who hated mack gates for a number of different reasons some justified in their eyes some not ignored what he said yesterday on the house floor and what he said on the house floor yesterday was right a lot of it more coming up next we'll be right back this
Hunter Biden Admits Laptop Belongs to Him
"I want to work on connecting the dots with some of these cultural issues. Tying or connecting the dots with the corruption. All right, so what I was telling you about the Hunter Biden laptop, we were telling you about the $3 million that would split in three ways between the Biden crime family. There was another partner involved whose name escapes me at this point. I'll get that back to you later. Halle Biden is the new Biden member that got a little bit of that Chinese communist cash. And then there's still an unknown Biden. So we'll have to wait and see if Joe Biden is named, but listen, we know that Hunter Biden is not going to make money, we're not for his dad being the vice president or being the president of the United States. Now, they pick on this guy, John Mack Isaac. Isaac said a man who believed who he believed to be Hunter Biden dropped off three laptops, all right? At his store, this was in April 2019, only one was salvageable. He repaired the laptop, and then that's where he when he discovered the disturbing material. He said the customer did not return. We now know that customer is Hunter Biden for 90 days, all right? He couldn't get in touch with him. So Isaac said he first searched the emails by key word in June or July of 2019, according to Isaac's account, the FBI first made a forensic copy of the laptop, then returned weeks later with the subpoena to confiscate the laptop. When he stopped hearing from the FBI, the FBI, they're still holding the laptop to this day. You know, ran by Christopher wray, the not so not so moral FBI today. When he stopped hearing from the FBI, Isaac said he contacted several members of Congress. They just simply didn't respond. They didn't respond. So at that point, his intermediary reached out to Rudy Giuliani's attorney, Robert Costello. Now, Hunter Biden has seemingly acknowledged our admitted that the laptop was his back in February of this year or last month, but I don't know what gave it away. I don't know if it was his body naked body being all over the freaking thing that gave it away or what, but he finally admitted to it. These people are morons.
Hunter Biden Files Counterclaims Against Computer Repairman
"I want to play an audio clip for you because I said that I wouldn't totally forgot to ask Sean to play it. So I do want to play audio clip number three Sean of Hunter Biden fouls a countersuit against the laptop repairman. So John Paul Mack Isaac is the guy who ran the computer shop in Delaware and he's been countersued as of an hour ago apparently. Hunter Biden's team is arguing that they had no right to he had no right to copy his private information from the laptop and distribute it. Remember that laptop was there for more than a year. I do believe, right? And he was like, when's the guy going to come and get it? So now they have launched their own legal suit too. That's also the laptop that the media said didn't exist, or wasn't theirs, or was Russia disinformation. Now, his legal team is saying, obviously, that was his property. That he left there. And they don't have a right to do anything with it. We'll see how that holds up in court. But you see a new sort of posture of led by Abby Lowell famous lawyer in D.C. to punch back and push against Republican efforts to try to get information on this. Okay. All right, so that's what they're going to do. That's what the left is going to continue to do. They are, these are people that are going to squash dissent. I'm telling you, we'll get into that into the in the third hour, but they destroy the culture. They are a corrupt bunch of people.
Why Couldn't Catherine Herridge Verify the Hunter Laptop Sooner?
"I want you to listen to the process by which Catherine herridge says they verified the laptop And I want to ask you a simple question as you're listening to this What is it that they did now with this suspicious timing that they could not have done 769 days ago to verify this story What is it Tell me one thing Take a lesson These House Republican investigations are coming and that could be a challenge for The White House as we head into 2023 and 2024 The laptop data we had analyzed showed no evidence it was faked or tampered with Digital forensic investigator Mark lanterman was previously a member of a Secret Service electronic crimes task force There was one thing that got my attention and that was a voicemail spatter called and turned out in the world I kind of get some help That voicemail apparently from Joe Biden during his son hunter's drug addiction is one of many findings lanterman used to authenticate what is believed to be Hunter Biden's laptop data Your confident based on your analysis This is Hunter Biden's data and that it's real Yes This Delaware computer shop is where the laptop's backstory begins Their records indicate in April 2019 Hunter Biden took his laptop in for repair Okay What part of that you've now heard this story That's the CBS breaking news story What part of that could not have been done 769 days ago What part The secret serve former Secret Service guy Who worked on the electronic crimes task force Well what part of that The laptop repairman John Paul Mack Isaac who we had him on about his book yesterday American injustice which flew up the chalk yesterday by the way Thank you for picking that up You couldn't have gone and talked to him
"mack" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dot com slash Financial executive sees himself and I feel like I honestly recommend that you read it. I feel like it really will really stick in my memory. Didn't John Mack when he was getting the check to save basically Morgan Stanley during the Chris, I think he was in short and he had a borrowed jacket because it was a Japanese bank. That is a great memory Carol. It's a wonderful memory that John mcelroy shorts because he chews out a colleague running shorts. But you know, Carol, the things that really sticks out in my mind is, you know, he depicts himself as a really, really intense guy. He has a piece of art in his office that's like a head being impaled. By something between the eyes, you know, between the eyes, he really does give a wonderful sense of what he must have been like to work with. And speaking of Andrea ruskin's book and financial crisis, the thing that I felt disappointed by was that he sort of snaps his fingers and takes us from Christmas in 2007 to basically Lehman weekend. And I wanted more from him. I would have loved to hear what the beginning of 2008 was like, which is my memory that's too big to fail is about. I wanted more of that. Not less reading a book. I agree. Like, right? Because I think that's what I loved about that book because it felt like you were flying on the wall in terms of when the financial crisis was coming down. We're speaking with max abelson, he reports on Wall Street's money and power, his latest about John max new book, up close and all in. Max, what about the time period that Mac kind of oversaw on Wall Street? It goes from a state business as you write a quiet corporate adviser to a multi $1 trillion industry of globe trotting trading giants that became too big to fail. It's so nice to talk to you too about my journalism. Because you both are obviously such close readers of the story and really a really makes me feel good to feel I can really tell how engaged you are in the writing and the reporting. He's lied to me. Well, let me answer your question this way. When John Mack gets to Morgan Stanley, the company has like a hundred people or something like that. I mean, don't hold me to it. It might be 95 or somewhere around that. But it's a small company. For decades, Wall Street was really the stuff of advising corporations or advising rich people or advising governments. And, you know, there was not they had not yet become these multi $1 trillion essential companies that we think of or too big to fail as it were. And max career is really fun to follow because we began by mentioning like a Lewis book in the 80s. His career sort of takes us from the early 70s when it's a much different business to the sort of smoky curse word filled halls of the 1980s. And then of course, the reason that we think of Mac is that he returned to Morgan Stanley in 2005, and in those years, 2005, 2006, 2007, he oversaw a company that took a lot of risk and that is not the reason that we had a global financial crisis. But max era at Morgan Stanley really typifies an era of risk-taking that obviously led to bad results. And you know, I have to say he does address that. He addresses it briefly. You know, he moves on pretty quickly, but he does say basically apologizes for taking excessive risk, which I thought was really memorable. That's max abelson, Bloomberg news, finance reporter. The story worth a full read, which you can find on the Bloomberg terminal, and of course, at Bloomberg dot com slash business week. You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek coming up, it's time to go skiing, and we've got from ski to shining sea. A lot of places you can get ready to go to. If you can afford the tickets this year. It's all coming up next. This is Bloomberg. At Bloomberg markets, our guests know where to get the answers. Just to put a good word in for Bloomberg, one of the few systems you can easily use to figure it out is right in front of you. Inside. Analysis. In the best from the Bloomberg terminal. The Bloomberg terminal is like a Ducati Panigale. I can extract maybe 5 to 6% of its total. I don't think you're even close. I think it's like sitting on top of a Saturn B 5. Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney
"mack" Discussed on Career Relaunch
"Care. So I hope you enjoyed hearing melodies perspectives on how leaving a job can feel like ending a relationship. What it's like to let go of the business you created and how taking an honest look at yourself is so important. Now it's time to wrap up with today's mental fuel, where I'm going to share examples of when I thought my job dissatisfaction was being caused by my job, but actually related more to me. Before we get to today's mental fuel, I just wanted to thank a two hosting for supporting this episode of career relaunch. A two is the web host provider I use and trust for my own websites. They even offer 100% carbon neutral green hosting. For an easy fast and affordable way to get your personal website online today, visit career relaunch dot net slash a two to get 50% off your web hosting plan. This is the part of the show called mental fuel, where I finished the show with a brief personal story related to one of the topics we covered today and wrap up with a simple challenge to help you move forward with your own career goals. So for today's mental fuel, I wanted to pick up on something melody mentioned about her carrying the issues that plagued her during her past roles into her present role. And I thought this was a really honest admission she made that her struggles weren't entirely due to the job itself, but could actually have more to do with her. So I thought I'd follow suit and share examples from my own career of when the issues I was struggling with had more to do with me than my environment. But first, as someone who majored in psychology myself way back in my undergraduate university days, I couldn't help but think about how all this relates to something I used to study in my college textbooks called attribution theory. So if you'll indulge me for a minute or two here, let's just do a quick crash course on what this is. If you're not familiar with the term, attribution theory is a topic many psychologists have covered, but one of the very first psychologists to coin this term was Fritz Haider in the 20th century. And he proposed that when making sense of things, people tend to either use dispositional attribution where the cause of something is related to a person or situational attribution where the cause is related to the situation or environmental factors. getting into too much detail here, the gist of what psychologists have found is that when observing others behaviors, especially negative ones, we tend to think of it as dispositional, but when we think about our own negative behaviors, we tend to explain them away and justify them as being a result of environmental factors. Now, I'll admit like most people, I tend to do this myself and since this is a show focused on careers. I'll just mention three issues I faced in past jobs where I initially thought the issue had to do with my team or organization, but actually the issue was me. And my perceptions and my own hangups. So three issues I struggled with in my career were feeling like my projects weren't progressing fast enough. Internal politics being a little draining. And organizational processes being a bit too arduous for my tastes. I'll just give you a few specific examples here. So going back to my days working as a marketer at Clorox. I remember getting really frustrated by feeling like I'd been assigned to a project, typically handled by more junior employees for way too long. A few years later, at General Mills, I remember getting frustrated by the nature of my work, feeling like it was focused on trying to please my managers manager rather than the marketing itself. And at pretty much every company I've worked for, I remember getting really frustrated whenever I had to jump through hoops to adhere to organizational processes that I felt were kind of drawn out. There was actually a specific moment in my career when all three of these came to head when I was having a kind of confrontational conversation with my manager at Clorox. About why I hadn't yet had an opportunity to diversify my projects or brands I was working on, in spite of the fact my job performance had been fairly solid. And this was important to me because diversifying your experiences was actually a precursor to getting promoted in the brand management world. And I remember almost being mad about it. And I sent a kind of aggressive email to my manager about it. And to this day, I regret doing this and Linda, if you're listening to this, I actually still kind of feel bad about this to this day. Because I only later learned that one reason I was being held in place was because behind the scenes, the rest of my team was about to be laid off and the only thing that was preventing that from happening to me was the fact that Linda my manager was making the case I needed to remain on to manage some key projects assigned to me. Now at first I just blame the organization or the team or the dynamics of the company culture for my frustrations. But over time, I started to realize the issue was actually more to do with me than the situation I was in. I realized that I myself was a bit impatient as an employee, which was kind of hard for me to admit to myself because I actually pride myself in my personal life at least as being someone who has a lot of patience. But in a work context, I found I had less of it. I realized that I also just don't deal well with politics in general. It's sometimes just felt like a game I didn't want to play. And also I think I actually just struggled to fall in line sometimes to navigate long organizational processes when I deep down don't feel like those processes work well for me. Putting aside the fact that they may actually serve the organization quite well. Now once I've realized these things, which took me a long time actually, I decided that the only real solution here was for me to either drop these hang ups that I was holding on to myself. Or branch off on my own. For me, I ultimately decided to do the latter. The reality is that job frustrations or career dissatisfaction are a result of both your own preferences issues and baggage that you might be carrying around and the organizational environment or job situation you find yourself in. The question to ask yourself is whether you find that the issues that may be leading to discomfort or dissatisfaction in your life or career are just following you around from job to job or company to company. Blaming it solely on your situation is probably easier to do and in fact, more natural to do, but if you can bring yourself to take a long, hard look at how much of the issue may have more to do with you. It might enable you to make some professional choices that allow you to feel more at peace. Less conflicted and certainly less stressed. This takes me to a quote from Deepak Chopra. When you blame and criticize others, you are avoiding some truth about yourself. So my challenge to you is to try and take an honest look at one of the persistent issues you've been struggling with in your career, that seems to have followed you around for quite some time. How much of it is genuinely a result of the specific organization you work for? Or the specific environment you're in at this moment. And
"mack" Discussed on Career Relaunch
"I'm speaking with melody Mac, who left a successful career in healthcare as a provider and business owner so she could focus on project management in a different industry. One thing she's learned is working hard in a job that doesn't give you joy is just not sustainable. I caught melody in the middle of her figuring out her new path and in spite of facing some tough challenges along the way, she's still very hopeful for the future. Now, I first cross paths with melody because she sent me a very kind note on LinkedIn one day. After being a longtime listener of this show. And inner note, she talked about how she was feeling burned out by her last job. The challenges of walking away from a lucrative role, and the complications of transitioning into something totally different. All of which are universal challenges, many career changers face, so I thought I'd get her onto the show so she could share in her own words. What I think is a very relatable career transition journey. You can get all the show notes from today's conversation at career relaunch dot net slash 88 melody spoke with me from Denver, Colorado. Hello, melody. Welcome to career relaunch. It is great to have you on the show. Thanks for having me. Let's get started by talking a little bit about what you are up to at this moment. Can you just give me a glimpse into what's been keeping you busy in your personal life and also your professional life? Actually, this is the first time in 14 years that I haven't been on call in some capacity. So my greatest joy is being able to not have my phone on me. I'm spending time reading and taking long walks and I've even started taking cooking classes. In my career, I am a senior project management consultant for a small group out of Denver, Colorado. My current contract is with a school district. I'm having a lot of fun working with some incredible people and learning every single day that keeps me very much on my toes. And you mentioned that you were on call a lot in your past life. We are going to get into more details on your past history in a moment, but what sort of things would you be on call for? I was working two leadership roles one as a provider in healthcare and one as a business owner. So at any point in time, either there was the fire to put out for the business or I was actually on call to provide services for a hospital. The other thing I wanted to ask you about is just like personally you said you've got a little bit of space for hobbies right now and to kind of have a little bit of breathing room. What are you enjoying doing with your free time right now? Naps are great. Never hurts, yeah. Reading and I've been looking for new opportunities to learn something that I haven't done before. And a lot of it is interjected with just fun. For example, there's an event in a couple weeks where there is an outdoor movie being shown, but they'll also have goats running around. So things like that that are a little outside of the norm, but something that will just be fun. Okay. I had lost a little bit of joy in my career and now I'm just seeking new opportunities and having fun. Very good to hear. Okay, well let's talk about your past and let's talk about your previous career chapters. You have not always been a senior project manager. Could you tell me a little bit about your time back in the day when you were working in neuro diagnostics? And then we can move forward from there. Well, I got a great opportunity 14 years ago to apply to be an intraoperative neuromonitoring technologist, which is a healthcare technology position where you work in the operating room monitoring brain and spine. And I got that opportunity without having a graduate degree, which was a dream for me to be in healthcare. It required a lot of call, a lot of travel, and a lot of agility, but along the way I got a chance to cofound a company with one of my bosses and that's where that second role came in, where I was working as a provider, but I also cofounded neuro diagnostics company. It was exciting. It was something I never thought I'd get a chance to do, but it was good old fashioned hard work. And you mentioned that you were really excited to work in healthcare when you think back to when you were a kid, was this something you wanted to do when you grew up? It was, I was that little girl who said, when I grew up, I'm gonna be a doctor. I got the chance to apply for medical school. And I was most interested in alternative medicine. I applied for a program. To get a doctorate in alternative health and the estimated cost of the education would have been $500,000. Oh wow. And that was the biggest barrier to entry for me in hindsight. It was the right decision to not take on the debt, but it did leave me thinking I could not be in healthcare unless I got some sort of higher degree. You move into this area of neuro diagnostics and you also cofounded a company. Can you tell me how things started off for you, what you enjoyed about that role? Well, first and foremost, I love science and getting the chance to integrate technology and caring for patients was exciting. Being in the operating room behind those doors that a lot of people don't get to see. It was a dream come true. But again, it was very demanding and a lot of hard work. I compare it a lot to what it's like to travel on a plane. If you're not the first flight of the day and you get delayed, you never know when you're going to leave or arrive. That's how a lot of the operating room time schedules work. So there was a lot of times where I had no idea when I would start or end my day. But everything becomes routine after a while, and a lot of the work I did was elective. So I wasn't saving lives. I wasn't the one doing the operation. I was ancillary to the team. Which was good, but it was also stripped some of the meaning of being a healthcare provider for me. But the business side was where I got my project management experience because there's no way to set up a business if you don't look at it like a project. And I got the chance to try something that on paper I probably wasn't qualified to build or do. Because I didn't have my MBA. But you could pick up on the theme that I was always worried about lacking that degree that higher degree to prove that I could do something. But I was given a chance to do it without. And it was fun. It was exciting, and it was really, really hard. What was the most challenging aspect of that period of your career? Wearing multiple hats being in the operating room, but knowing that I needed to attend to a business matter. Also, staying focused on what was right in front of me, I had a really hard time being present in caring for the patient in front of me while I was also thinking about my business meeting that was happening shortly thereafter. The more I learned about healthcare for profit, the more out of love I
NY Post: Hunter Biden Laptop Repairman Says FBI Agent Threatened Him
"This is just breaking Literally just breaking New York Post Hunter Biden laptop repairman John Paul macisaac Says the Federal Bureau of Investigation an FBI agent threatened him to hush up This is by Miranda divine boy she good And Emily crane the computer repair shop owner who blew the whistle on Hunter Biden's infamous laptop claims in a new book that an FBI said in a new book that an FBI agent threatened him to stay silent John Paul Mack Isaac said two federal agents came to his Mac shop in Wilmington Delaware in December 2019 to recoup the laptop following a subpoena He details in his new book American injustice my battle to expose the truth Now let's just stop a second What damn businesses of the FBI is to get Hunter Biden's laptop back mister producer Why are they getting and getting the laptop for a hundred Biden And why are they getting the diary for Biden's daughter If it doesn't affect Joe Biden in any kind of a federal criminal way why is the top federal criminal law enforcement agency involved securing the laptop or that diary
"mack" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"How detailed would you expect Belichick to be in that meeting with butler post Super Bowl? I actually Nick, I actually think and I may be wrong with this because I forget exactly what was said after the game and things like that. But knowing Bill the way that I do, I would have expected that either from Bill or through a proxy like say map Patricia who is the defensive coordinator at the time. I would have figured somebody would have been honest with him before the Super Bowl. On like, look, Malcolm, you know, not only his role in the game and the game plan. Remember he was sick and flew out late to Arizona for that Super Bowl. And I think that even before the Patriots left, they had the game plan done they were probably practicing and already in Foxborough. Malcolm understood they probably explained to him what the deal was with the game plan or at least he brought it up with them. And I think it was hashed out, and I think it was made clear to him, which is why we saw him emotional during the national anthem. I think it was made clear to him like, look, Malcolm, this went on, this kind of stuff can't go on here in a team environment. For that reason, you're not playing other than special teams in this game. And I think that was probably made clear to him even before they boarded the buses for the actual game. Now Malcolm said today that he doesn't believe the year off is going to hinder him much. What do you think? Do you think it will, Greg? I think it will get off to a slow start. I think Nick, if we've learned anything from watching these guys, especially since we have the COVID year, where some of the guys took off, even with the Patriots. I mean, look at, look at Dante Hightower and Brandon Bolden, who came back. Both of them started slow. I mean, Brandon Bolden remember when we were watching him early on in the season, his feet looked like they were in cement. And then fast forward, not even four or 5 games later,.
"mack" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"And I thought to myself, this really is Belichick doing what he says he does, and people think it's just cliche, but really doing what's best for the football team. Like Belichick knew that this would cause some kind of a stir with the media. He couldn't care less. He saw his debt chart at cornerback and knew that he had a guy in butler that if he could play the way he played the last time he was on the field he could help this team. So it was Belichick who actually reached out and made this thing happen. What you take from that? Well, a couple of different things. I think that it was important in this circumstance, especially that Bill needed to talk to Malcolm, even though Malcolm later on in the press conference talked about how him and Belichick actually sort of squashed the Super Bowl thing like right after it. They talked, they talk like many said. So that wasn't the issue. What the issue was is that Malcolm butler went from Tennessee to Arizona a year ago. Last off season, I think he announced a one year deal. It was worth up to 6 million, not very much, march 25th. At some point, I don't even know if he got to camp. I think he might have gotten to camp. But he essentially quit. It wasn't COVID related. It was Malcolm and he dropped some kernels today, some nuggets as far as it really sounded like he was for whatever reason. And these guys are human beings. We don't know what the deal is. It could be at home, could be where he was as a player after leaving New England, whatever he was not in a good head space, and he talked about that. That was the right that was the right decision for him at that time. And I think number one, Bill needed to assess where he was because he already sort of quote unquote quit on one team. I know the Cardinals weren't very happy about the way things went down. So Bill needed to assess that. And but he also needed to assess he needed to understand that Malcolm, look, you took a year off. This is not going to be easy for you, especially where you left off in a National Football League, but are you ready to put in the work? That's going to be required. And once Malcolm said, yep, I'm ready. I'm ready to go. I'm all in. I understand the situation. I think Bill was like, okay, let's go. And it'll be interesting to see if Malcolm feels the same way a couple of months from now because, you know, as you said, Greg, I would think he thought he was going to play with the Cardinals and then all of a sudden he decided that was not in his best interest. And I do think there's one of those things where if you're the Patriots, you've got to wonder, all right, yeah, he says his heart's in it now. Absence makes the heart grow fonder, but maybe after he gets out there, he starts running around, starts playing. Is he going to feel the same way?.
Willy Mac Was a 14 Year Old Golf Burn Out
"Give me the Willie Matt from 25 years ago right out the shoot. Back when Willie Mack had nothing. Not two nickels to rub together. Give me that Willie Mack till now. Well, I mean, it's a long story, bud. But hey, we gotta start bro we'll just start with Clinton golf real early. At 14 because I burned out and I ended up playing other sports through high school. And then those four years, you know, graduated 18 high school, I was so far away from golf at that point that there was no chance I was ever going to play again. It was just, I was something else. I was a total different person. And so it led me to go out to Montana to go snowboard and sewed my seeds, so to speak, and fell in love with it. And it just time just hit. First little realization, 20 probably you party hard to hear about 20 to your graduating college, basically it was my college career. And then you're like, your dad, or whoever's like, son, you got a freaking step up and you got a figure out what the hell you're going to do. Yeah. And that was kind of what I was doing at that time. And mine went a little further. I was 25. I didn't start playing golf again until like right at my 25th birthday.
"mack" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"On top of that, Luke Murray worked with guards a lot. And I think that losing Luke was probably a bad choice for Chris. And that was obviously, along with dino gaudio, that whole situation, which resulted in Chris Mack being suspended for 6 games to start the year, I think that the way he handled that situation last year with the assistance was disastrous. There's just not another way to put it. You lose two guys that you're very close with, who have just not done a good enough, you know, who have done a done a good job by you. I would say. Yeah. Like Luke Murray brought in a lot of the kids that Chris Mack coached at Louisville and at Xavier. So that wasn't great. His substitution patterns over his time this year at Louisville..
Mac Jones, Justin Fields Jerseys Among Most Popular in Final Weeks Before Season
"Polly has jersey sales in the nfl. You wanna play the best jersey sales in the nfl since august first game. Okay there's five jerseys that have been sold the most in the nfl since august. I can you name any of them. Trevor lawrence nell liar. Nope he was big in april. May june okay. One is dak prescott. No liar some. Don't make sense because you'd think they have the jersey already. Tom brady tom. Brady's third over raid mahomes. his fifth mahomes is fifth. Okay all right. A couple newish quarterbacks new quarterbacks baker mayfield junior the third justin fields is fourth answers sales. Andy dalton is not in the there. Okay number one. Josh allen who makes a lot of sense and number two this guy is surprising starter. A surprising starter. Teddy bridgewater two weeks ago. It would've been a surprising starter now. Everyone says oh. I saw that coming. Mac joe mack jones.
LaVar Arrington Makes Case for Steelers, Ravens Making the Playoffs Over Patriots
"Restart the rookie taking the pats to the playoffs. You agree with him patriots. It pains me to do this because so many people are on the positive train of of mack jones. But i just don't see him leading up to the playoffs. I don't see them being a while. If i'm looking at it from a critical critical perspectives Just i think that you can't count out the ravens to win the division for for one. You can't count out the steelers ever because it's just not on the record book. Their their resumes says that they win. under my tomlin. So you can't just write that off and say that the browns are going to be the division chad's it looks like it lines up for that because they have injuries and baltimore. They had age issues in line issues for question in pittsburgh but nonetheless. These are still a big brothers on the block. And until cleveland proves that you'd have to assume that cleveland could be a playoff team but could ultimately slip into being one of those wild card teams as well. So when i look at what what the patriots are going to have to do. In order to qualify. I just i see teams more teams that make more sense to make it to the playoffs this year. Then a rookie led new england patriots team. To look for that people may not be discussing right now. I wrote them down. Or the broncos make sure you pay attention to the broncos. This could be a dark horse team to pay attention to get them way more but an opportunity to make it to the playoffs Oh in a while. Car bid over over the new england patriots.
How Cam Newton, Mac Jones Fared in Patriots-Giants Preseason Game
"Just a little bit even with the preseason. Officially the books last night's win over the giants was his yet to name. These starting quarterback for the patriots. Hippies miami we want now all signs point to cam. Newton started every preseason game pot. Mack jones overall really nice progress completing thirty six hundred fifty rose. Three hundred eighty nine yards and a touchdown in the preseason so bill what do you think ahead two regular season games. Have you made a decision on who will start at quarterback in the regular season. Yeah no we. We still have a lot of decisions. You think you've played well enough to be a starter of. I mean i've done a lot of opportunities to play in. I can improve on everything. I want to improve on. So i think. Just learning. From hoyer. Cam jared anybody. I can just listening to josh. And his coaching. There's a lot of work to do but I think i've made progress but honestly just the only thing that matters is today Tomorrow focus on tomorrow. But i think the past is the past and we're kind of moving onto the new new season here okay. He has the right mindset but check
Louisville Suspends Basketball Coach Chris Mack for 6 Games to Start Season
Newton, Jones Star at QB for Patriots in 35-0 Rout of Eagles
"Night's preseason action in the nfl it was an absolute blowout a trouncing. The patriots had a quarterback controversy. But everybody looks good against the eagles. Campbell good mack jones. Look good jalen. Rose what you think about cams performance. I i think if you really you didn't lead a game saying fly. Eagles fly by nothing you saw in that game. I'm happy for cam newton. We talked about the patriots improving their roster this off season we wondered how he will look as a passer. I talked about them primarily being a rush t. They look like a balanced team now again. It's the preseason never overreacted at as alliance fan. I learned first hand. Because i saw rt go undefeated in the preseason go winless that same season. So i'm not going to overreact per se but i was happy for camp. Did he left last night's game with the ability to talk trash to the team. That was getting on him about being. Check down guy practice. I mean can't exactly go deep in this game but he didn't have to and cam looks good but you know who else look. Good matt jones like they seem to. They always say like two quarterbacks. You don't have one. I think the thing is just have two quarterbacks like they might just have to good quarterbacks one rookie they're going to develop and then one season better who's going to be that week one starter this to me after watching last night again. I don't wanna take too much. Wavering preseason game but after watching last night this is cam newton's job until it's not and i think cam newton is successful in. This team wins that he will continue to be the starting quarterback for this team however because the other way i can see mack jones playing this
Cam Newton vs. Mac Jones: Where Patriots QB Competition Stands
"The other side. I it's a more interesting. Quarterback is a quarterback competition in new england. What is the sense. You get the dynamic between cam. Newton and mack jones. Yes quarterback competition. We can call it that cam. Newton is the starter plated limited amount of time against the washington football team. And then as you mentioned mack jones and it's very important not only to listen to what bill bella checks says but what he does and what he did was put back jones out there with the first team offensive line for a couple of plays at the end of his at the first half against the washington football team and then he had max jones run the two minute drill the no huddle offense and that he did with command and obviously precision and they were very impressed with that but right now what he wants to see what bill belichick wants to see and he said this the other day he to see the whole team but particularly the quarterback play faster react faster execute faster and what better way to do that than enjoying practices with the philadelphia eagles and then a preseason game on thursday night but yes there is a competition and we'll have to see how this goes in the next couple of weeks but my money is on cam. Newton starting the season and mack jones quickly getting up to speed and pushing cam newton for the starting job.
"mack" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Do we end up. That was tanking seven jenkin. So now we're onto most valuable non quarterback and we will throw back to connor. You know again. I mean the Sort of the difficulty of being the laziest person in the group. And thus the last two. The google doc Both jenny. Gary i had phenomenal answers. But i'm gonna go with khalil mack. Just because i do feel like there is still an element of this much like we were talking about dalvand tomlinson where he has the ability to interrupt things. That other teams do well at kirk. Cousins gets rid of the ball really quickly but khalil. Mack gets into the backfield really quickly. And you know. Aaron rodgers is going to be bootlegging allot khalil. Mack fast enough to get over there and bring him down he still at singular force kind of player. And so. I think that there's a lot of value there and with the right imagination on the defensive side of the ball can still be that player also you know connor any opportunity to kind of digging another team that plays in the afc west. Just saying aclu. Mac doesn't have a nickname by the way i was. I just looked so. Yeah i mean what a player. And i like. Whoa who would trade the guy like that you know. It's in all seriousness. Like a look i. I know like there was an analytics community. That light gave an award to the raiders for that trade and that stuff and i do understand the value of of getting the is cheaper contracts et cetera et cetera. But part of the reason that you would just fight trading khalil mack. As he'd be like well you know what when he hits his late twenties. There's going to be a decline. He might be good but he's no longer he still at that level. He's thirty now. This this will be age thirty season. But i mean the bears have gotten like every bit of khalil mack for three seasons so far in that is that is i yell. It's unless you unless you drafted a khalil mack. Which the raiders did not. And it's very difficult to do. That's more valuable than than young getting those lotto tickets absolutely and you look at the rams they find a way to keep the star players and build a roster out that way.
Alabama SEC Football Predictions for 2021
"Feel like discussions of national championship should be perfect segue when we looked to break down the defending champion from season ago and paint. I don't think it'll surprise anybody. When you look at alabama fan duel sportsbook there less than two to one to win the national title there an overwhelming favorite to come out of the sec west at minus four fifty. And when you look at their win total. It's eleven and a half shaded to the younger. Of course we know that the most electric offense that we've seen in tuscaloosa will not bring back a lot of their key. Playmakers nausea harris and of course devante smith taking their talents to the nfl combining for fifty five touchdowns last year. Mack jones get gone of course as well. But it's rare if you're a team in college football you bring in two former. Nfl head coaches and bill. O'brien and doug marrone to help pass the baton to the next heir-apparent embrace young under center. I don't know how much they're actually going to do. Or how much you actually want him to do. Listen nick listen. Nick and hope that they can keep players on the straight narrow that are collecting seven figure paydays at least on the books under an i l. arrangements compared to Bitcoin trust and everything else. They used to collect in the past the one thing with alabama that they've adhered to under this offensive. Change the last few years is that our offense is not changing. If you're coming into the sabin rehab program you're going to adapt to our offense or guys aren't constantly learning new systems and it seemed work but when i look at alabama's dominant they've been with nick. Sabin the only one back to back championships wants it. Feels like with his system. Continuity plays a large role. And that's something alabama's offense that you alluded to just doesn't have this season now. No one's feeling bad for alabama the way they were crew. But you're replacing. Six players drafted in the first twenty four picks five on offense and totally replacing three starters along the line to starting receivers a tight end and a quarterback and it's not just the players four offensive assistance. Four offense of analysts. They've all moved on. So alabama's offense is gonna regress. That is not a question. It's happening the real question for me. Is how large dip.
Legendary Florida State Football Coach Bobby Bowden Diagnosed With Terminal Condition
"The clock is about to run out for him. Bobby Bowden revealing to the Tallahassee Democrat Wednesday that he has been diagnosed with the terminal medical condition. The longtime Florida state head football coach telling the newspaper quote I am prepared for what is to come. My wife and and our family have been life's greatest blessing. I am at peace. UNC head coach Mack Brown weighed in on the news from the media Day Wednesday, has touched so many lives and coaching and as a player, and, um, I just say thoughts and prayers are with he and the family 91 year old Bowden is the second winningest head coach in Division one football history, taking home two titles with the Seminoles. I'm going on to reveal to the Tallahassee Democrat that had actually been hospitalized last month for five days. That Napolitano Fox News that on
"mack" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Hits teenagers like that hasn't grown up yet and it's like you just gave them like a candy bar now you get ten candy bars e at a time and now they're like on crack a shift happen was in college you've got to complete compete with the guys Tell me how did how excited were you. When you finally got to be where you want it to be You know Being at being affirmed in your career as athlete. How did how did that steal and how to tell me what the results were. It definitely was nerve wracking at first justice My first time competing with the guys was going to be like On a team that was relatively pretty good like for my first time and this was how like. The team was disliked for this year for my freshman year Ever since then it was like kinda smaller. But when i got my dot there my freshman year there was like over a hundred guys on the team. I got there and i was nerve wracked. I was like these guys are huge. Like oh my god. Like what i get myself into first of all second like am i going to be like i was doubting myself. I was like i am. I going to be able to do this. Like and i was like. Nah that's who you are like. You gotta step it up like you got to like bring it like you gotta bring. It's the place and like my coaches behind my back. One hundred percent like no matter what it was hard and i was like myself i was like i'm gonna do it. I was like. I don't care i there's no turning back now as soon as i stepped on that i on as soon as i stepped on the mat. I was like there's no turning back out. I this is it. After we started going through practice now is like this is. This is cool. I was like this is. This is nice like this is an atmosphere. I want to be in everyone's on an elite level where i need to be because unlike in high school it was like you got like the team captains and like you got your like your top four or five guys like in the room and it's like you know you got like that little group that you keep around even then like i felt like i was the oddball with like being one of the like the athletes in the room and when i got there it was like we all had a common goal. We all had a the idea to be champion. We all had the wants the needs to just not succeed in on the map all succeed in the classroom and it gave me a do perspective of like. Everyone has their lives that their living differently. It district on transit doesn't mean that everyone has their own hardships. Everyone's here for reason whether if no matter where backgrounds that they come from and i was like. I'm just work hard. I was like i'm gonna just be bad ass and i'm just for work hard. Also lake i practice like we dispensing my coaches like nice man. Any always called me mack. Truck that first tractors like mack truck. And i was like a and i and i was like One month Post op from top surgery and out of such a bad idea. Such a bad idea..
Alison Mack Tired Very Hard to Avoid Prison for NVXIVM Sex Cult Crimes
"Alison Matt tried very, very hard to keep out of prison. You know, she'd sit in that chair and she twist her hat in her hands and she bat her eyelids at the judge. It was getting gross. She wanted no prison time. And she thought, hey, if I rat on Keith raniere, the mastermind of this cult, that's got to have the effect. I'm hoping for it didn't. She was hoping to avoid spending time in prison. Obviously, for her role in recruiting trafficking, branding, and abusing women in NXIVM's secret sex cult. To 38 year old woman, arrested back in 2018, in case you guys forgot, pleaded not guilty. Meanwhile, her fucking initials were branded onto women's vaginas or a very nearby. Victims like Catherine oxenberg's daughter, India, they have Allison and Keith raniere's initials branded into their bodies. There's not much room for any he said she said bullshit when people have a branding kick. A hot poker. That they use to see their initials into your fucking skin. And when it was obvious that Keith raniere and the rest of the horrible people that around him, lord women into NXIVM secret sex slave offshoot, people going down,
Actor Allison Mack Gets 3 Years in NXIVM Sex-Slave Case
"A TV actor has been sentenced to prison in connection with the scandal reading cold white group hello cemex played a close friend of a young Superman in the TV series Smallville but a judge in New York has sentenced her to three years in prison for keeping company with Nexium and the cult like group spiritual leader Keith Ranieri naked pleaded guilty to the charges against her and help prosecutors build evidence showing that ring you aerate crafted a secret society of brainwashed women who were branded with his initials after her sentencing mac renounce the self improvement guru saying she is filled with remorse and guilt that didn't cut it with one victim who told the judge that Mack deserves no mercy because she is quote a monster cut from the same cloth a predator and an evil human being I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Actor Allison Mack Gets 3 Years in Prison in NXIVM Cult Case
"Smallville actor Allison Mack has been sentenced to three years in prison for her role in the scandal ridden cult like Nexium Group. Mac had pleaded guilty to charges she manipulated women into becoming sex slaves for the groups. Spiritual leader, So she cooperated and took responsibility for helping him create a secret Society of brainwashed women who were branded with his initials. Mac is best known for her role as a young Superman is close friend on the series
"mack" Discussed on Higher Learning Potcast
"But yeah if so We just rode out there. The gps aladdin. They're gonna be a few of their brand matter there and Attached you know entertainers that will be doing advertising and marketing pizzas with We've believed and we believe in single source farming here The problem with that has been. There's just so many growers not enough processors and we don't want to happen happen In oregon where in the market. Because of you know Ceo product old product moated products. You know people are just have any firestone so it it bottoms out the market okay. So we've been we've been working with about three or four farms to be specific Method they were formerly known as ryan cannabis farms We work with freedom wheat botanical And a few other entities where we process all All of their at critic material into concentrates we do a lot of white labeling and You know processing outside of the edibles. Okay all right so i know that you guys are working on. Cbd products nags Be you think that this is the way to crack into i. Guess what. I wanna call big america like we know that eventually we hope that there would be a world where federally we'd would be legal all across the board and then all these businesses can open up and then we can really go but cbd being legal and cd being something that a lot of people are using for you know alternative medicine more than on the recreational side of things. Do you think this is the way for brands to start. Establishing themselves on the higher level of like media Short answer is gonna be yet long. Answer would be. We built our our company around the mars corporations so mars has makers twig big five dumb. You know all the all the different different brand products that literally that on a show next to each other and they compete among each other without really competing with each other on democrats although that how that probably build our brands. And you know we see the cdc asset. Dvd play as a a barrier entry to get into a market that is considering legalisation jet legalize or is about to go adult use So there's a lot of targeting that that goes into that specifically like the we're targeting Taxpayer is mississippi. We the anna. The state that i've gasoline is about legalizing where they may do. Some sort of adult us type of tackler and with that allows us to do is to get the brand into their market brand may not be the direct market up market. But it's getting into the market and the winning goal time. Were able to just flip that. Switch it non you know has a option available to it and they. They trust it because of the brand identity. They've seen in that they that they know bertha. You know Somebody new or big harmless or something coming. You know with.
"mack" Discussed on Higher Learning Potcast
"Was on Clubhouse and i was going into all the different We'd rooms on clubhouse and then you were in this one room with like john from high times in this one dude hawaii and some other people and i heard you in. They're talking. You're talking about your brain and i'm basically where you guys specialize with like the edibles and Different awards. i wouldn't look you up. And i was like all right. This and i knew. I was getting ready to do season three this week. Podcast while i was like well i'm a hit. Some people up. See if i can get some interviews. So i can actually get some people who are in the business to kind of jump on the show. Get some background information. So it's not just me telling people chip that. I went and research in learn myself. Let me talk some people who are in the business that we're trying to get to so gotcha gotcha are right so for those out there listening. This right here is chili. Mac of mr. Max by has your said i've met him on clubhouse. I've been talking to some people from his team trying to set this whole thing up right here. Is the breeder founder of the. Mr max brain Some of their strains that they're most well known for our blue's clues in his eighties yet. We were i so where are you from. And how did you get started. originally from alike allegory year. i been consuming than follows about eleven like thirty four years. Now yeah yeah yeah. It was one of them days. Where you know like my dad and my uncle and for anybody that like me you know coming up. My uncle was one of mar living legends. Living idols and emma. My dad they were smoking this joint. And i'm standing behind pop and i'm acting like you some acting like a joint doing his laugh. All that for my uncle star laughs. My dad be blasted. It looks at me and being funny my daegu to like ham. Eun joint and national heller. Quick my head and That was my know love affair experience. Where your with the plant From know from a personal perspective those that you know that far from a you know a professional perspective It's you know. I would probably say i grew. I.
"mack" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"Peer reviewed article. Several times was rebuffed. Let me set this up a little bit. Introduce correct me. If i'm wrong john. Mack writes a book abduction human encounters with aliens. As you mentioned he's already been on the circuit at harvard in terms of making presentations doing this stuff. But now he really goes public. Oprah winfrey larry king. He's out there in this way that you're talking about as open like hey. This is what happens. Aliens are abducting people and having sex with them in order to hybrid humans. That that's the newsflash hair from harvard. Harvard doesn't like that so he doesn't like that now. I make the point in the book. Alex that harvard is no stranger to anomalous research. I mean william. James was talking about seances at harvard hundred years ago. And they were okay with that. They don't disowned. William james but there was something about john mack that rubbed the wrong way. And i think it was as you mentioned is appearance on oprah He was all over the media and he was kind of open. Guy about it and Maybe that that disturbed them apart from the subject of alien abduction being so she aided with harvard and harvard professor so anyway they convened the secret inquiry which I call and they call at one point and they mentioned as an inquisition. now they said they. this is not an inquisition. But he's a harvard. Psychiatrist says well if it's not an inquisition. Why do they use that word to describe what it isn't so it's about the money this is not about the money right so it was an inquisition. It inquired into his finances and quiet into his mental processes. That he believe in. Ufo's all of these things that really should not be part of an inquiry of a professor Join academic freedom at a at a major university. So they called in his experiencers. They called in his colleagues a lot of people they called and colleagues who were not particularly friendly to him because he took some of their patients and treated them. When the when you know fellow psychiatrists wouldn't deal with the teas so there was some people who had an ax to grind and The committee spoke to them and the committee was also a very weighted towards scientific. Materialists if you can't touch it in a measure it tasted in ain't it ain't it doesn't exist and john. Mack was trying to tell them that. There are things that we don't understand in the universe and even physics is beginning to grapple with these now. spoke action at a distance. And all the things that are supposedly impossible so he was trying to explain to them. That things we don't understand but it doesn't mean that they're not real and they said well. What's your proof any said..
"mack" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"We sure working with and for you. Well it was great. Now we're going to give the audience a little taste of that. We have comedy set from back in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty coming up So mac junior. Thanks so much. Ladies and gentlemen the podcast audience. Sit back and enjoy some of the best standup comedy by comedy team ever. Thanks guys it's been a real pleasure to have you on the show. I look forward to listening to what we did. Ladies and gentlemen sit back and enjoy the comedy of mack and jamie alley eight rain we have. We're example anybody remember when bowling all night crying. Your is at getting.
"mack" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"Every waldo like syria greta buckle times. Right let you go man. I really really appreciate have you back. We chop it up about something else man. I really really enjoyed the conversation Finished watching this impeachment trial that we all know is he going to get off You know which is which is madness. But you know it is. What it is your. What your thoughts about that before. I'm afraid he's gonna get off. I was stop being afraid. It's going to happen. Like is is not only did he be impeached Be brought up on charges and he's gonna get slapped on the wrist and fortunately there are states Georgia's looking at a new york is looking at him for all these different tax type. Things georgia's looking at him or for attempted Election voting tampering. and all. That kind of stuff. So i think that they are really realized. The the senate isn't going to do their job and And so they're going to try to get him on some other stuff that he's not so i'm hoping i'm hoping they get them because i think what he did was ver- was vicious dangerous. And if you don't stop him you'll have somebody worse than him. Somebody somebody who's more smooth. That was the thing with the hitler he was smooth. You came out. It was smooth. He was good order. Hit the people where there were. This guy was was a smoothie sandpaper over iraq's he he was he was obviously when he was saying. But you get somebody who's really really smooth about it man to damage that you got. We got to cut the song. So how low absolute by the that. I really appreciate it man. He's my brother Let's do this again. I would love to have beyond here again. you'll be backed by them. But i gotta come out to get you in stacey on you and you and your wife home. You'd boggling gives more warm. I going i. I go to minnesota with his zero. I went outside the day. It was like twenty degrees minutes the coldest weather. 'cause i'm always in house. 'cause we're retired. I'm like cold twenty two degrees. But i obviously it gets cold in connecticut. We get those negative degree to me about this. It's really really bad. I like yeah i saw. I was telling myself a little girl. So so i definitely not going to minnesota. When it's like that all right brother. Right i thought..
"mack" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"So if you want to knock out that you wanna fill your fill yourself up with nutrition juice in the morning juice in the evening. It is the absolute best way to succeed it. What you're trying to do whether it's the way you're trying to look feel or actually be in terms of your health and love that i love that are let's talk about because we're we're just going on. We might have to have you come back and do part two three. You know who. I love this as so but i wanna get into your six weeks super you program because this is something that you launched last year on. It's a newer program based off your b. y. I'm gonna say that. Byu program right talk to us about what this is all about will be. Why bees your is my mantra is my motto. Is my lifestyle. Be your best daily just incremental steps. How can you improve your life a great day. If you have seven of those you have a great week yet for those who've had a great month yet twelve of those you've had a great year you've had ten of those you've had great decade and so on a sofa through the day right so it is. Time is finite. I can train but so many people. I can only talk in so many places. It's i realized man. I'm games point hitting capacity. But i've got a world to help impact positively in some like with the program and i didn't know what to do. I just sat back and thought about what are the cornerstones of my program. What are the cornerstones of what i do. What what are the. What are the pillars. And there's a super trio super facts superfoods and super moves. Can't that's based on science legitimate real researched and And walked out. You know in practical with my with my work Superfoods foods that just get you where you gotta go quickly and don't take you your program and the super moves. Are the exercises exercises. That don't waste a lot of time. Don't necessarily need a lot of equipment. Don't need a lotta space but are just as effective as you go into the gym or doing whatever you have to do typically and then took off about the things that are in common that tended to be the issues. That clients had detoxification energy. Just just just getting energy. That's why starbucks make so much money you know they sell sugar and caffeine but people want energy obviously Building strength lot. People just want to have more activity limbs in command over their body stress relief. I don't see that emphasize enough in in the fitness realm stress biologically destroys a stress reduces our immune system. Stress makes us more susceptible to things like kovic. Stress makes gays the impetus of these right ballots as people mature in life. You know this one thing. We kind of forget about this balanced being able to bounce our body. Bounce arm attrition. There's.
"mack" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Support it safe and secure and were more apt to reach our goals. This is exactly what we had in mind. We recreated our roadmap to wellness club. Join us now for our monthly membership group where we host weekly meetings hosting live to as and content created top view transform. Your health as well as monthly expert speakers go to transforming women's health dot com and click on roadmap to wellness club. Oh absolutely i. I was absolutely amazed at what happened to my skin when i got off. Sugar i mean it was like whoa what i'll tell you a funny story so i have a young daughter and you asked my mother got married lay and so you got it. I got married late immigrant moms so anyway. I've got a young dr way young in my peers and The funny part about it is she'll see pictures of me from like eighteen years ago when i was a record business executives at my desk or no with an artists on tour with him. And the fighting's not guy looked old then but when she looks those pictures she'll be like who's that guide looks like you elegant of your uncles enabling our that's me. Nah you like that guy. Looks like older than you and these eighteen years prior. The difference was magician. Yeah i agree a hundred percent. I have my classmates from from school. They see me on there like your aging in reverse. How.
"mack" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"I digress and so and so happens is as my yes. My as my cholesterol taking up i was thinking. Oh now forgot one other thing. I'm an immigrant so my family all immigrants with typical immigrants. You know when they come here they go to college and they become doctors nurses pharmacists etc and zero one. One year during my starving artists as now is actually a musician. I- moonlit at my uncle's pharmacy How medicine worked Mesdames prescribed saw people were hooked on certain medicines are people were dependence especially blood pressure and what i noticed was once you got on. Cholesterol meds are on blood. Pressure meds is very difficult to get off and you need them to keep you alive and the weird part about it is typically in an medicinal culture. You have a headache. You take a headed goes away. You don't need to take more pills with blood pressure meds. You have to take those leads to keep you regulate if you break that up any conway or stop that cold turkey. You're going and that happened to some of the people who were coming to the pharmacy the one gifted i've been given by god is just sennar jizing to despair things whether Pity end rhythm or medicine and exercise nutrition. Right so i see..
"mack" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"And every room of your house and create a healthy home environment. I'm so excited. You guys are tuning in with us. Each and every time. We go live on mondays and thursdays. If you are watching us and you've been watching us make sure to leave a review of you'd like what you're hearing and if you're new to watch the shaw no matter what platform you're on. Make sure you're hitting that subscribe button so that you get each and every episode now this week we've got a really special guest coming in with us. Cudi mac is a certified personal trainer. Like you can't tell that by looking at him he is also a certified nutritionist. He is a motivational speaker. And he's so passionate about marrying all this with philosophy. He's got the nickname of the fitness philosopher. Because it's really all it's in between those two little ears that that makes all the difference in the world. He's the creator of the six weeks. Super you program and we're going to hear more about that as we dig into the show today Also we're going to hear his personal story you know. I love to hear base people's personal stories on. Why do what they do. Because there's always a story behind it and we're going to hear from him as kinda something has detox tips. An de-stressing tips boy. Can we use that today. So could in q. For coming in onto the show today. Thank you so much for having me looking forward to this. It's always fun when you come on the talks. Terminator show talks terminated. Houses like i should king with that. I should've could've what would aid the baptist out. There is enough to bless me like okay. Somebody's getting the right absolutely You know there's so many toxins and we're gonna get in to all of that. And i know you're about that but i wanna hear you know 'cause you kinda in the music industry and are you still in the music industry. Every time i think i'm out i give pulled back with the godfather so actively currently i am still a voting member of for the grammys. The grammys are coming up soon. I still vote for the grammy's So i'm still involved in that in that way..