35 Burst results for "Major League League League League"
Historian Michael Beschloss Suggests Trump Should Be 'Executed'
"A guy on meet the press, I was able to stomach about 5 minutes of meet the press yesterday, Andrea Mitchell was guest hosting. She's a little more a little less awful than chuck Todd. And one of the guests was a historian, Michael beschloss. He posted a tweet Thursday evening. Recounting historical figures who had been executed for sharing U.S. nuclear secrets with foreign governments. And then former CIA chief shared the tweet with his own approving tweet. So let me, let me make sure you're understand this. A major historian and MSNBC contributor. And the former CIA director. Suggested that Trump should be executed. Executed. That's what's passing for political discourse now. In August of 2022
Trump Started the Fire—Will America Burn?
"You said Democrats spent the week getting a major climate change bill passed Republicans spent the week trying to convince the country that Trump didn't break laws that he clearly broke. The two parties are not alike. Thank you. Thank you and good night. That's all we need. Okay, this has been great. Namaste, whatever. Rude. Okay. Go. For those of us to marinate in this, of all the weekends we've said this about, this is really a lot. Yeah, right? And the fact that he keeps on true thing, which is just as dumb as tweeting sounds, true thing just sounds so much stupider. Yes. He just keeps on posting these things about, you know, how he's being mistreated, how the FBI is corrupt. And he is people are dying for him. People are getting themselves killed for him. Yeah. And he's not doing anything to call them down. I mean, it's just like January 6th. Tell people, don't do this crap. Don't go and assault an FBI office. Oh my God. With your AR and your nail gun. No, we were yes. How many times how many crimes again has he committed this weekend on top of did he ever hit someone call Merrick Garland go basically it's nice country you got this, shame if something would have happened to it. I hear people are angry about this before Merrick Garland's press conference. Right. And then he's like, the temperature. This is like the arsonist. The temperature's gotten so hot. What can I do to help? It's what? You started the fire you mother. What? We didn't start the fire. We didn't start the fire. You started the fire. Let's start the fire, did we? Yeah. And you know, you know, this is something I wrote about this weekend was, you know, if he had just gone with even a little bit of grace into the end of his presidency. If he'd have said, I lost, I'm going out. He'd have gotten away with everything that he did. They would not have pursued him. Even though they should have, but they wouldn't have pursued him and he'd have been able to go on with his with his, you know, money laundering or whatever the hell else he was doing. Yes.
How Young People Are Being Targeted for Chemical Castration Drugs
"Charlie, it's hard to believe the country I'm living in. Can you help me better understand? How young people are being targeted by health agencies and psychiatrists for chemical castration drugs. I'm told it's happening in Massachusetts. I'm not sure what to believe. Thanks so much. Love the show. Okay, so I want to play this piece of tape here. It's unbelievable. This is, I want to get the exact term right. I think it's the Boston is either Boston or Massachusetts general. No, that's not it. It's some major hospital chain in Massachusetts. That is running advertisements for children to be able to get gender affirming sexual transition procedures done. Boston's children's hospital, thank you. It's the Boston children's hospital that are running these PSAs, these public service announcements about how wonderful gender affirming care can be. I mean, these people should be arrested for child abuse, let alone running advertisements. So this is the Boston children's hospital is now proclaiming and bragging that they have become the nation's first pediatric trans surgery center. This is irreversible damage that is being done to a generation of young people that will never be able to undo this. Now remember what we said about science. This is why it's all tied together. Science is not about discovering or knowing. It's about making and transforming. If science is about making and transforming, doesn't that then all of a sudden make the gene altering mRNA vaccine make a lot more sense? Doesn't that now make the focus on child chemical castration make a lot of sense?
High oil prices help Saudi Aramco earn $88B in first half
"Global oil companies are posting huge profits I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Saudi energy company Aramco says its profits jumped 90% in the second quarter compared to the same time last year That helped Aramco's half year earnings to reach nearly $88 billion for the first half of the year The increase is a boon for the kingdom and The Crown prince's spending power as people around the world pay higher prices at the pump major oil companies have a strong quarter last quarter ExxonMobil booked an unprecedented $17.85 billion in profit Chevron made a record 11.62 billion in shell shattered its own profit record Aramco says the profits were driven primarily by higher crude oil prices volume sold and higher refining margins Saudi Arabia's vast oil reserves are among the cheapest to produce in the world I'm Lisa dwyer
Every Civilization That Crumbles Has Turned Their Backs on the Young
"This new movement that you are all part of is something that has got bubbling up from the bottom up and it's not even political. It is engaging in the spiritual because it's saying to the leaders of our society that we are willing to use our power to protect those that can not protect themselves. And isn't that the great example of whether or not a society is morally centered or not. Every major civilization that falls in crumbles turns their back on a nation's young people. Always. And isn't it interesting? You know, we were told for many years, we had Pride Month in June, whatever that is. And it was super like everywhere flags, this whole thing is like, are we a conquered country at this point? Where it's like you see the gay flag more than you see the United States of America flag? And by the way, I think some of us at some point said, you know what? Okay, whatever live and let live. When in reality, it's live and let them rule, not live and let live. And it goes in these steps. First, the step is, hey, you have to tolerate. The homosexual agenda, and you're like, that's kind of, okay, whatever. I think a lot of people say whatever. But then they say, okay, after you tolerate it, you must then participate. And then you must celebrate. Wait a second. That went a long way from tolerance to all of a sudden to participation in celebration. And isn't it interesting that after all these debates that have happened over the last couple of years, that where does it land? It ends with our children.
Acuña, Olson power Braves to doubleheader sweep of Marlins
"The braves took a pair from the Marlins winning 5 to two and 6 to two Ronald Acuna junior had two hits in both games including a Homer on the first pitch of the nightcap Von Grissom and Matt Olson homered in game two helping Atlanta when its 5th in a row since dropping four or 5 to the mets last weekend Call ups Kyle Muller and Ian Anderson picked up the victories Mueller allowed two runs and three hits over 5 innings and Anderson gave up two runs over 6 frames Tommy Trump doubled twice singled and drove in three in game one His first major league action of the season I'm Dave ferry
McClanahan stops 2-start skid, Rays beat Orioles 8-2
"Shane mcclanahan worked 6 innings in the rays moved back in front of the Orioles for the final ale wild card slot ripping Baltimore 8 to two Mcclanahan gave up two runs 7 hits and three walks striking out 5 to help the raise improved to 8 and 12 since the all star break The all star had dropped his previous two starts Jose Siri had three hits and scored three runs Taylor wells belted a two run Homer in the 8th DL hall losses major league debut tagged for 5 runs over three and two thirds The birds lost for just the third time in 11 games I'm Dave fairy
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree a walk off win in baseball's biggest rivalry Tommy Pham with an RBI single in the tenth as the Red Sox rallied to beat the Yankees three two JD Martinez with three hits for Boston Aaron judge his 46th home run for the Yankees The Cardinals beat Milwaukee three one extending their NL central lead The Phillies topped the NL east leading mets to one in ten innings San Diego Padres start Fernando Tatís Jr. has been suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for a performance enhancing substance The penalty was effective immediately meaning the all star shortstop can not play in the majors this year after missing the season to this point with a wrist injury And in the NFL Cleveland Browns quarterback deshaun Watson apologized quote to all the women I have impacted After he was accused of sexual misconduct during massage therapy sessions in Texas Watson is facing a potential yearlong suspension He spoke before Cleveland's exhibition opener in Jacksonville His first game since January 2021 I'm Josh bow tree AP sports
Soto gets 2 hits, standing ovation as Padres beat Nats 10-5
"The Padres scored 7 times in the 5th inning and went on to beat the nationals ten to 5 Trent Grisham had a three run Homer in the frame Manny Machado had two hits and two RBI and scored twice Brandon drury also drove in a pair manager bob Melvin likes what his offense is doing Up and down the lineup whether it's drawing walks you know making guys throw pitches Good situations good counts to hit in and taking advantage of The Padres Fernando Tatís Jr. was suspended 80 games without pay for violating Major League Baseball substance abuse policy Craig heist Washington
Smyly stars as Cubs beat Reds in 2nd 'Field of Dreams' game
"Drew smiley toss 5 shutout innings as the cubs defeated the reds Forti two in the field of dreams game in Iowa Smiley struck out 9 and got the win There's just a lot of fun It just was so unique and different than what we're used to So just to be out there playing and just like at one of one game you know it's just the one time this season and we're all thrilled to be a part of it It was cool to go out there and give the team a chance Offensively Nick madrigal had three hits and he and hap had a pair as this was the second game played here in two years Major League Baseball will take next year off to refurbish the facility but will return in 2024 I'm David Shuster
IRS Deletes Job Posting Seeking Applicants Willing to Use Deadly Force
"They're not going to be armed or anything. Their weapon is a calculator. Their weapon is an audit, you know, you got to pay your taxes, dot your eyes, cross your T's, make sure you got, you know, a good tax preparer because you're not going to have to have armed IRS agents to deal with. Wait a minute, what's this? Wait a minute. What's this story? An online job posting for special agents within the law enforcement branch of the IRS is causing a stir on social media as Congress is about to pass the spending bill that will greatly expand the IRS, a link to a job posting appeared to have briefly been deleted yesterday following online outrage of the postings language. What would that language be? Well, let's read it together. A key requirement for applicants for the IRS in this particular job category is that they have to be legally allowed to carry a firearm and major duties include carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force. If
Firefighters combat major wildfire in southwestern France
"Emergency workers are combating a major wildfire while in many other areas in France severe drought haunts the land More than 1000 firefighters are struggling to contain a major wildfire in southwestern France a region that was already ravaged by flames last month temperatures are expected to reach 104°F on Thursday there Meanwhile in the small village of looks in burgundy assignment mentioning bathing is prohibited still stands above the empty teal river bed Yes it's dramatic because what can we do Nothing says the local environment federation's president champier saint vico we're waiting hoping for storms with rain France like many other European countries is going through an unprecedented drought affecting key economic sectors especially the farming industry I'm Charles De Ledesma
Tony & Lauren Dungy Discuss Their New Book 'Uncommon Influence'
"In the studio. Lauren and Tony dungy are my guests and they have a book out. Oh yeah, brand new. It's called uncommon influence saying yes to a purposeful life. Welcome to the show. Thank you. Good to be back with you. It's great to see you and honestly, this gets the heart of everything, right? I mean, because you can talk about a lot of you can talk about almost anything, but at the end of the day, each of us is living our lives. And we want to walk with God, we want to walk in his purposes. That's at the heart of everything. So what was it that led you to write a book specifically about? Because it's kind of a big topic, kind of a major issue. We wanted to write a book where we would encourage people to fulfill their purpose in life. And you have to ask yourself, what is that purpose? Why does God have us here? What are we supposed to do? And we know that God wants us to have a life of serving, serving others and too often we think that we're supposed to build ourselves up and serve and make things happen so that we can get ahead in life and we can accomplish things. But God says just the opposite. We're here to serve others and to give glory to him.
Braves' prospect HRs over Green Monster in debut: 'We made it'
"A monster debut for von Grissom at Fenway Park helped the braves complete a two game sweep of the Red Sox with an 8 four win The braves top prospect punctuated his major league debut with a two run blast over the famed green monster in the 7th inning for his first big league hit It's pretty surreal Like I said it's just one moment like to see actually go out was really sounds like oh my gosh Atlanta starter Kyle Wright tossed 6 innings of one run ball for his national league leading 14th win Tommy Pham homeward
Why Do We Need to Continue to Have an FBI?
"Do we need to continue to have an FBI? That is very serious and simple question. We could have state run agencies. Now the answer was the FBI came into being because of interstate crimes primarily because of bank robberies. Now, of course, there's some good things the FBI does. That's not what I'm saying. Even Ron Paul would say that, going after child sex trafficking, going after interstate, gang activity, cartel activity, but even that seems to have diminished in recent years to be more focused on moms and dads that show up at school board meetings. And this, the front page of the Justice Department website, while all this is happening, the first thing on their website is this. Justice Department files lawsuit and proposed consent decrees to end long running conspiracy to suppress worker pay at poultry processing plants and address deceptive abuses against poultry growers. Look, this might be a major issue for some of you in the audience. The suppressed pay at poultry plants, why is that exactly the focus of the Department of Justice? How about the next one? Just this department establishes reproductive rights task force. And this one, attorney general, Merrick B Garland statement on Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs V Jackson. Now isn't that interesting? By the way, if we're looking into poultry plants, why don't we investigate why they're all burning down?
Biden's Response to Russia Is Historically Weak
"Joe Biden suggested that we were pulling out of Afghanistan. This is going to free up our hands to deal with Russia. There's only one problem. The pullout from Afghanistan actually incentivized. The war between Russia and Ukraine because after all, where Joe Biden has been clear he has been wrong and where he has been unclear, he has provoked conflict. So no wonder Russia thought that Joe Biden was a weak horse. After all, Joe Biden had basically been a Russia defender in the 2012 election. You'll recall that he was ripping on Mitt Romney for suggesting that Russia was a geopolitical threat. Here's Joe Biden's circa 2012. Governor Romney's answer I thought was incredibly revealing. He acts like he thinks the Cold War is still on, Russia is still our major adversary. I don't know where he's been. I mean, we have disagreements with Russia, but they're united with us on Iran. The only way we're getting one of only two ways we're getting material into Afghanistan to our troops is through Russia. They are working closely with us. They've just said to Europe, if there is an oil shutdown in any way in the gulf, they'll consider increasing oil supplies to Europe. That's not this is not 1956. This is not 1956. It says Joe Biden. Don't worry. Rush will take care of the oil for the Europeans. Russia will help us with Afghanistan. And then of course, Russia helped us with Syria by basically taking Syria off the hands of president Obama to the wild cheers of people like Joe Biden. And in 2014, Russia invades Crimea. And Joe Biden has some words for Russia. That's pretty much all he has for Russia. So his vice president when that administration did nothing over the invasion of Crimea. Here was Joe Biden circa 2014. I want to make it clear. We stand resolutely with our Baltic allies and support of Ukrainian people and against Russian aggression. As long as Russia continues on this dark path, they will face increasing political and economic isolation. There are those who say that this action shows the old rules still apply. But Russia can not escape the fact that the world is changing and rejecting outright. Their behavior. Of course, that was a lie. It turns out that the steps that The White House pursued, under vice President Biden, were extraordinarily weak. And basically they announced a Visa ban on a couple of Russian and Ukrainian officials. And they canceled a couple of talks on trades and commercial ties. That was pretty much all of the things. And by the way, they then proceeded to deny lethal aid to Ukraine.
Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation
"Joining us now is the most canceled man in America in his own words, Alex Jones, Alex. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie absolutely. I mean, even mainline reporters interviewed Charlie Manson. Even I'm the worst person in the world. People should be able to talk to me, but the truth is they want to misrepresent what I've said and done, that's why they don't want me to ever actually be live on air. So big fan of what you do and God bless you is going to be here. Thank you, Alex. So let's talk about the sandy hook thing. Let's just start with that. I don't like what you said at the beginning. You've said now going back that it was a mistake and that you're not even allowed to correct it. They're trying to destroy your life in bankrupt you because of it. Floor is yours. Tell us the story from your perspective that the media is intentionally not covering. Well, if you go back ten years ago, the Internet question would happen there like that question, Jesse Smollett or so many other events. And I barely ever covered it like 20 something minutes they brought it to evidence. They tried to make me the sandy hook guy once Trump won. And so they just simply said, oh, he's a bully, he's stalking people. He's doing all this. None of that was true. They had Democrat judges in Austin and in Connecticut say that I was defaulted so I couldn't defend myself. I sat there while the judge said to the jury, he is guilty. You will find him guilty. So this is their new weaponization of the media. It's a very small part of what I recovered. I questioned every major event. I questioned you. I believe children died and you've all, but the head of the state police in Texas and the mayor of Yale do you say there's a cover up? They've been lied to. So they want to punish people that question things. They want to say, oh, he's not a populist leader. He's not a popular person with the people. No, he's the sandy hook man. And so they've used that like claiming Trump says all Mexicans are criminals. Well, Trump never said all Mexicans are criminals. He said some very good people come across the border. It's a very bad people we should screen them. So just like they tried to make Trump hates all Hispanics, fake news. It's the same thing here.
The FBI Raided Trump—but Where Is the Crime?
"According to The New York Times, former president Donald J Trump said on Monday that the FBI had surged his Palm Beach Florida home and had broken open a safe and account signaling a major escalation in the various investigations into the final stages of his presidency, the search, according to multiple people familiar with the investigation appeared to be focused on material that Trump had brought with him to Mar-a-Lago his private club and resonance when he left The White House. Those boxes contained many pages of classified documents according to a person familiar with their content. Mister Trump delayed returning 15 boxes of material requested by officials with the national archives for many months, only doing so when there became a threat of action to retrieve them, the case was referred to the Justice Department by the archives early this year. This is an insane thing. It is just an insane thing. So here is here is the bottom line here. The FBI is not trusted by many, many Americans. I mean, a majority of Republicans do not trust the FBI according to polling data. A majority of independents do not trust the FBI. According to polling data, what the FBI just did requires extraordinary institutional trust. This is an FBI under the auspices and a current administration rating the home of the leader of the last administration and the likeliest potential nominee for the opposition coming 2024. It seems like on the face of it, banana republic type stuff. It seems like on the face of it, pretextual, especially because if you're going to do something like this, there had damned well, better be a crime. The crime can't be something like the president of the United States when he left office. He brought with him stuff. Bill Clinton brought half The White House with him when he left office. He was never rated.
"major " Discussed on ESPN FC
"Sense? To anybody? We've had this discussion before. I don't think it's a profile player that Major League Soccer has been going after in the last few seasons. It's a certainly not a profile of player that MLS wants to be associated with in terms of a retirement league. This is something that MLS has fought against and this is exactly what it feels like. It's 37 turning 38 in August. Has he been a great player? Absolutely. He has been fantastic. Historic player for Italy, I just don't know how much he gives you right now at this point of his career. And I'm just not quite sure as to what do you gain as an organization and as a league, having killing me on the field. Now it doesn't really work on the field. Unless there's a longer term gone on behind it, we are killing wants to stay in the U.S., you know, wants to stay at the club and go into the back room staff and maybe become a manager and all the old thing with the family. But from an on field it does make any sense at all. Injuries as well has been an issue for and those things don't tend to get better with age. They just get worse and worse and worse. And whatever you may think of MLS, this is a league that is a back and forth that is not only back and forth on the field, those are back and forth in travel. And it takes a toll physically on your body. And if you're already carrying some baggage with you, I can just tell you quite frankly, I just don't see killing you out on the field with that much consistency. Meanwhile, on the east coast, the big news.
"major " Discussed on Cinemavino
"Know now looking back at some of it's not going to age well. Renee Russo, just so it was so many white people and headdresses. Yes. And Tom berenger following a gal home to find out where he was. Showing up in the middle of the party. Yeah, very awkward. And being forced to like sit down and partake. I did kind of glass was that. He got in, too. Give me a break, man. This afternoon. I did freaking love that. The little bitty stem, and then I noticed that too. I was like, what kind of glass? What is this? Fucking with him? I don't know. I don't get it. But glass we're in the 80s. Also, I would have finished that beer. And then left. I did love that scene. It was just like, oh, he must make pretty ball play. Pretty good money. Yeah. I make the league minimum. I don't know. I was like, damn. That's awesome. She's still not. Nothing to shake a stick at. You know this movie at an alternative ending? Really? Yeah. So in the alternative ending, the manager basically confronts the owner and is like, hey, this is fucked up that you're like, I know about your plan. You can't do this to us. And she basically says, oh, I'm basically doing this to give you a villain to play against. This is the only way that I could have gotten you guys to be a winning team. Is by giving you somebody to rally against him. It's working. Yeah. But if you tell anybody about my plan, you're fired. Interesting. Yeah, but it ended up not testing well and they just cut that part and they didn't use it. I like it better like this. I think I do too. Yeah, you need a villain. Ted Lasso, it works better if they humanize the owner because you got to seasons to do that. Right. You have multiple episodes. I mean, you can do that more comfortably. And I'm going to be able to think it would have played as well. Major league is pretty simple, straightforward movie. You need somebody to boo all the way through. Especially in the big game. You need to look at how complicated. Yeah. And I think that's the reason why I love this is probably one of my favorite baseball movies. And you know it is weird. I know we already did a league of their own..
"major " Discussed on Cinemavino
"Like stealing home and being like, you know, American Express, don't leave home without it. We were quoting that. We were recording this movie. It's like kids. And looking back, I'm like, man, that was not right at all. Like our parents were just like, yeah, whatever. Yeah. And I was like, I'm sure they're like, did they not watch this movie? Yeah. They just like, oh, there's a baseball movie. Go watch it. I think my parents rented Austin Powers for me on VHS one night. While I was being babysat, they left and my babysitter was like, I guess if they rented it for you, sure. Yeah. They just thought it was like another James Bond. Yeah. Yeah. I love this major league. The other two, but this one was like, I love the montages. It was like, there was just everything I liked the fans that wasn't that cousin Eddie. And one was the janitor from scrubs. Yes. Yeah, it was like, what's the cousin Eddie? Was he in a different was he a fan? No, you're thinking the player in rookie of the year. Yes, the first baseman in rookie of the year was with the janitor. But one of the fans, janitor from scrubs, he was the fan? Was he also a fan of major league? He might have been. And I think cousin Eddie was the fan and angels in the outfield. One of the construction workers. There are 6 actors in all of the 80s. Yeah. But anyway, I freaking love the film. And the ending was cool. We used to say that all the time, like sliding. Safe, safe. And even the Montage, I remember Wesley Snipes putting the gloves up when you have all these stolen. It's like, that was cool. No. Him doing push ups after flying out. Like, I mean, I don't know why. It was like for me, it was like mid game getting down. But it's like, I can't say that it was any better than like a league of their own because that one, but like this is probably the one that I would literally watch and break down if it was on TV. I was like, same with Timothy of their own, but this one, it would just make me smile the whole time. Yeah. And later there might not do that, but I would still watch it. That's kind of how we got to this season of movies that we're watching is we were like, okay, name a baseball movie. And this was, I think, the first one that came in my head was, okay, major league. Yeah. Next up was like league of their own and then rookie of the year yada yada yada. But there's so many iconic ones, but this one is probably just, it's up there in terms of like this is the one I picture. Charlie Sheen and the other two? He's in the second one for sure. He becomes a pretty boy in the second one. Yeah, but I think this one also had a little bit more relatable baseball feel to it than like, you know, obviously a league of their own. And it's like, you know, you got the third baseman. I think we've already talked about them, but I'm Corbin burns. He won't hit grounders. So they go through all that..
"major " Discussed on Cinemavino
"Fuck yes, this is on Netflix? Yes. We're viewing that as a lot like when I tried to review Casablanca. I had to kind of take a deep breath because that intimidating. Yeah, I don't know how to start this. No. It's like watching godfather for the first time. It's the toughest blank sheet of paper I've ever seen. Who do I praise for? Who do you single out in that movie? That giant giant capital T on the V, and then I went with Kathy Ireland. And one of the guys for both movies. Yeah, one of the guys played E Honda in the Street Fighter movie. Van Damme. Oh. Yeah. Oh, good to know. The more you know. Divorce communities. Yes. So this movie was part of a wave of baseball movies. And the late 80s and 90s. As we've kind of indicated in the last podcast, we're talking bull Durham, field of dreams, ain't out. Rookie of the year, little big league, angel in the outfield, mister baseball. And major league, quite a few baseball movies, not about a four or 5 year stretch. I would say this is probably the raunchiest of all, but most of those movies are either pitched towards kids or like field of dreams. No? There you go. That was unattended, but you know, it indicates my genius. Sure. But yeah, all sarcastic people, some of these people were famous when it came out, some of the famous later. I would say Charlie Sheen and Dennis haysbert who would become the Allstate guy in the commercials. Famous later, but then Corbin Bernstein was on LA law at the time. Delightful cheeks on him. My mom was a big old fan, probably a big Gordon burns and fan, too. Oh, okay. Wesley Snipes? Wesley Snipes, yeah. I mean, I would say he's definitely famous within a few years. I mean, because he did white men can't jump. Yeah. Rising sun, which probably my favorite Sean Connery quotes of all time. Charlie Schengen obviously became huge, much later for COVID. Cocaine and whatnot. Yeah. And hot shots part do. Yeah. This was written by David S Warren, who won an Oscar for writing the sting of all movies. Holy shit. Yeah..
"major " Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"So gray is great. I'm not gonna say Cray is not the best player on the board, but if I could pick one of these free agents or at least offensively, we'll get to another guy, I like. But at the top of my offensive board for the Red Sox, Nick Castellanos. First of all, put him either in between or after Bogart's endeavors. That's it. There's few teams offending the league that are matching that three, four, 5. He gives them a right handed bat, like you said, the outfield. And he's just so much fun to watch. He enjoys the game. He has one play in the game. He brings that energy. I think he'd be a really, really good fit in this Clubhouse. Like one of my wherever he goes unless it's the Yankees, I'll be a fan of his. I just personally a player I really enjoy. He checks so many boxes for them. Like you said, Craig is probably a pipe dream. Cassiano's probably is too, but man, would he be just such a perfect fit for the team for the city? Like Boston would eat up a guy like this. They would be all in on the cassia. If I could choose anybody off this list, it might be him. All right, the guy that I think you were going to refer to was outfielders, say a Suzuki, correct. I assume he's the one you would really like to see in Boston. No, it was actually, it was actually Carlos rodon. Ron Don. Ronda, yeah, Carlos rondo. But. Very unlikely. I know. Yes. But that addresses a different piece of starting picture. I'm going to stick to just the bats for now. The Red Sox, as we mentioned, need a right handed hitting outfielder. Suzuki certainly is that he's only 27, he hit three 17 with a one .069 OPS tremendous OPS and a 134 games in Japan last year. He projects to be a strong addition to any lineup in Major League Baseball. MLB trade rumors projects Suzuki would draw a 5 year $55 million deal and that's not including the negotiating fee that would go along with that, obviously. Chris Bryan has been in the mix, but again, MLB trade rumors project 6 years, a $160 million for Brian. The Red Sox are still conscious cost conscience, and they want value for what they're signing. Say is Suzuki checks that box, I think, for me. He certainly does, because $11 million a year for a starting outfielder is a really good deal, you're paying more, but posting fees not against the tax. So you're paying more, but you're not taxed on it. It really is the value signing. That's the one I, you know, the players I listed 11 players of those I listed, I think he's far and away the most likely. The one other name I'd put out there if we're talking about right handed out field bats, right? And you're talking about value as Jorge soler. It's going to be 30 years old. He really struggled early in the year last year, got dealt at the deadline, finished strong with the braves. He had two 69 and 55 games for Atlanta, gives them some pop. So he's the one other name I'd say, you know, right handed bat in the outfield, I wonder, 'cause, you know, with Chris Bryant Castellanos, his price is going to come down a little bit because there are so many good right handed bats that they could maybe get him a little below market. And do you do mention in your story on 98, 5, the sports sub.
"major " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Insulted in publicly. And now the sixers left with nothing and then get no value for sevens. And i can talk about all of those things but i wanna talk about something. That happened where i live at about three in the morning. And for those of you who do not live in washington dc. I concede that all weather is local. This i mean you live where you live you get the weather you have but at about three in the morning last night. I was awakened by two things one an enormous amount of lightning thunder but an enormous amount of lightning and rain and to that male instinct. That says you have to protect the house. And michael knows well about that instinct because he was awaken last night by the same two things. You've forty-five we had lightning. I don't wanna say the lightning ever. Maybe once or twice. I saw it so clear that i thought it was within a half a mile of me but most of the time it was just that constant lighting up the sky from distance and the thunder and rain and pouring down rain kept me up from three to five. What happened with you i. It was two forty five and it was the thunder that woke up little henry. The boys are on the front side of house so he starts crying bring him into bed and then the walkman he gets up as well so it's the four of us huddled under our sheets as we're as we start to feel our house shape so then i i was sure powered. Go off and it didn't get out of the bed. And i go downstairs and we have a sort of a a driveway walkout and i'm standing there watching the entire street light up and watching sheets of rain. This is one of those once a year now. I think it's important to remember. We have our. We have our safety. We have our health. There are other issues going on with floodwater in this country or in other more important but this again new orleans. This is what was happening to us last night. Yeah it was really something. There's nothing that that really freaks you out like weather whether in the middle of the night where you go. Whoa what is going to happen. Next is going to be a tornado or trees going to start to go down. I am very very lucky. In this regard my dog you hear my dog bark all the time. Ninety percent of dogs are terrified thunder and lightning and they whimper and they wine and they crawl under chairs and try to crawl under beds. Chessy doesn't seem to be affected by lightening and doesn't hide in the shower. No no doesn't do that so very very lucky about that. You guys are up. In the new york metropolitan area are you. When is the because we are starting around noon in washington to. We're getting twenty four hours rain. I don't know if it'll be this severe but it'll be twenty four hours arraigned. What is the forecast in new york. I say yeah. It's just been raining pretty consistently since since i woke up and before that here no thunder and lightning here yet. Though is that expected at the. Us open are they gonna play the us open today or are they going to try to play the us. Open nigel. well yeah. I mean we've all been sort of looking at this storm as it makes. Its way up to us some rain out right now. I think it's supposed to rain pretty steady throughout the day and into the night. I hopefully let off tomorrow. They've got the roofs at authorized stadium and louis armstrong. They can close them. Yes yes so. They'll just start a funnel matches into their today's the big day. The doubles begins today. So the unlikely. Who do is bump those matches to another day and just have sort of a crowded thursday friday saturday to get those matches in but yes there will be much going on throughout the day today. Will they be able to cover the pathway. So that when cincy pots has to go to the bathroom and bring his cell phone call because coach is just tracking the radar. Will that be okay. We'll sit poss- able to do that. Yes there's ever been a guy who appears to be creating a pattern of cheating it's him. It's well apparently this is. This is a larger issue with with several players and in bosses defense. Well it did or at least what to do against the letter of the law but it appeared. It's against the spirit of fair-play certainly andy. Murray was was outraged by this and should have been playing two surgeries. And he's like if you cool me down even a little bit in the middle of a match. It's very difficult to sort of stay loose and be able to continue to play if you go to the bathroom that much in your chosen profession. You ought to get another profession or a doctor's help come on. I mean cincinnati. He did this five separate times. Averaging seven minutes a shot certainly enough time to text his coach to find out what he was doing. I would be very interested in if you would look back on all the time. Cincy pas has taken a stroll to the bathroom. What was his record. After he came back how did he do in that next set after he came back and that would also indicate to me that maybe he was receiving information while he was in there. You can understand why i would feel this way. Sure no. it's entirely possible but again was a match with underneath kerber in an woman named his trump's go and they both went to the bathroom at the same time sometimes. It's not just to use the facilities very media yesterday. So it's arms. It's i've changed my outfit completely. I think that's what supports was doing was changing his outfit. Because why don't you just go to. Calvin klein go to dressing room. Yeah but this. The dishing jr. This is an issue with several ex players and commentators and the general consensus is that the tool needs to take a look at these things and they whatever the whatever the ruling is say. Look five minutes. And that's it after that you know we're gonna start ducking you points and then games so they i think they need to take a look at it because yeah we cellphones. It's very easy to just sorta text coach saying that sits did that but you want to eliminate that that don't let them in there with a cell phone. Don't let anybody bring a cell phone into the bathroom. That's all to mark in cape may new jersey. Who bought me a golf ball for three dollars. A golf ball from uncle bills. Pancake single golf ball. One single pinnacle by the way a pinnacle which i would medical gold. No uncle bills pancake house. Appreciate that very much taken up. I doubt i'll be using four to gregory mcwilliams. In new york gregory nick williams likes to be called mckee or mckee. Send me this really long. Letter closed. a card of a baseball player named rob below b. e. l. l. o. r. from the atlanta braves third baseman and shortstop. He did not have a long career but he was born on my birthday and this goes on and on about first of all he makes fun of me. Kosai said that nelson cruz would not get to five hundred home runs. And i don't think he will but he said now we get to the heart of the matter through my sleuthing skills. Inquisitive mind and a bit of luck. I have uncovered the reuss you perpetrate it. So slickly. half a century ago examining enclosed nine hundred seventy eight tops card number. Six eighty one looks familiar. The jutting chin prickly fo- hipster mustache the gleeful some might say demented twinkle in the eye. You sir were rob bollore by perpetrating. The role of a module major league player. You could collect all the scoops on all the teams then scurry off to write about them under the very convenient of being yet again. Demoted to the minors. But you would always eventually return to the majors to uncover more scoops. The concept was brilliant. And you almost got away with it to left. One critical clue overlooked. You didn't change your birthdate. A sort of a fantastic reasoning that he uses that encloses the card. Thank you for that. And then most important. Because this stuff's really really good. And this comes from kerr taylor at new balance asana official letterhead. Yeah please enjoy these nine ninety. The ones and v five from new balance entertainment marketing thanks to all the great column shows the most importantly the bandwagon. That's going back a long way. Thirty years one slight request can new balance. Be the officials sneaker the podcast that actually they can because i spend my own money and buy new balance. 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"major " Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Right again. We already there are black white women and other types swimming to bear arms necessary in whoever took their lives didn't distinguish them because of their hair color. Right do you know. The percentage of who joined the military compared to men. Were you around a lot of other women or was it a pretty small group. We're indefinitely a very pretty small group. I would say we're less than thirty percent of the military so it definitely is a profession where women are outnumbered. But i didn't have a problem with serving mood a lot of men. That wasn't the issue. The issue is how was perceived and treated by those men. Because i was a woman. I consider them. My brothers invest not say all men in military bad because they were not had a lot of good friends who a male friends. They're also a lot of men who don't think women should be imitate beginning. Should you need to be home. Burfoot impregnated or doing more womanly things. That's why a lot of military jokes women's sitting around being around in the kitchen and making sandwiches. Like i said even though we are in a very new area Our serving we are still seeing my own as inferior or second-class veterans. Well that's a damn shame and we're gonna try to work on. That aren't we everybody. Listen this right now. You hear that this is very powerful. Thank you so much for sharing all that with us. As i said i've interviewed a lot of women on the show. And this is something that has never come up. And i look for that and that is why i was so excited to meet with you today and now i'm sure here. This is painful to discuss. And i really appreciate you going there but your story is so wild and the fact that you rose above it is. What's so beautiful. But can you just take us back to when you were deployed. You were in new orleans. And i would say to hurricanes hit you honey literal one and a one inside of your body. Take us back to that moment in top. Two thousand five is probably one of the roughest years of my life. I was lieutenant army. I was currently stationed in new orleans naval support activity in. I got notified. Hey just want around. Tra- ticket to iraq and i was actually excited because for a long time when we're not always allowed in leadership positions in so i will be leading young men and women into a combat zone. I took it very seriously while the parents looked Bring my son daughter back safe. I felt that sincerely. Because i had a sign that also want his money back safe to we trained together. We did our enormous storm and inform me. Phases of a building team and we were cohesive and then in august i got hit with the i n ville we were anna for mccoy training and the commander came in and let us know that hurricane hit new orleans. If you're from that area most people don't evacuate it. Just hunker down because systems come through so frequently but this hurricane was hurricane katrina it. We know how bad a hurricane got so. I'm literally watching on tv. As i'm realizing. I'm losing everything physically iron. My son's not recycled in missouri. In i need to focus taking these men and women into a combat zone so i basically had written it off and then thirty days after that a right before i shipped tyrod i received the head neck and throat cancer. Diagnosis people always say were. Hurricane katrina Terrible actually for me. It was a perfect storm. Because i complained about not feeling willing for like something was off to my leadership but again being being a woman in terry oh you're displaying weakness and this is what women should be in leadership roles in. You're just kind of leader. Who is going to get someone killed. And i was literally dying from inside so when hurricane katrina hit then after levees broke. They did a two week pause training because people couldn't locate their family members and wanted to make sure their case to pause so people could salvage any goods in foot. Look at the feminists. I didn't care about the good smile. Sounds with my aunt. And so i went to the hospital to get a check up from that checkup. I was diagnosed with a hit neck and throat. Cancer called adenoids sixty carcinoma. I was stage two stage. Three it's very rare cancer in a very aggressive cancer. The kicker to this cancer is most or cancers are associated with smoking. And i never smoked a day in life and so i basically had to leave march spine lead. My son is behind and dan start of battling cancer. Probably the biggest fights i've had in my life. I can't even imagine getting the call because you don't feel well you don't know what it could be. Oh i have a cold. They tell you have aggressive rare cancer. How did you keep going. What was the strength that got you through. That moment i feel most people would give up and lay down and go. what katrina. take me. wash me over. this is too much. i can't do this. I had a son. And i always talk to him about overcoming your obstacles in getting to various and even on my worst days. I knew that i had to survive for him. 'cause i was a single mother and i would have orphaned him if i had not made it to cancer and so he was always my guiding light. Even to each radiation therapy is burned me hurt so bad and i was in medical center which is in texas. I was bayer for six months. Had two surgeon thirty cycles radiation. But i had to lift for my son to get through my my son. And i i had very bad days. One day. I was happening like the worst day and i went into the lobby. Lots myself out of my room. I was trying to get into the room key in as i was standing there feeling bad feeling irritated. Probably looking visibly irritated. I saw a bunch of wounded. Many women being ruled in some were burned are recognizably. Some hat limbs lost. Some private. didn't even know where they were and i was like keynote. At least you can look in the mirror and recognize herself and that was the last time aba complained about anything because it could have been so much worse than those people have given anything. Just be able to look in a mirror. In city the men or women that used to be and so i still had that so that is where i found my solis. A gratitude practice yes in water reminder in even the darkest times to find gratitude. It's beautiful camp positive self. Talk which i practice. Every day definitely helps him. Even before found spirituality. I can now look back and see that. There were remnants of spirituality exist through my life. I just wasn't paying attention right. You were getting little winks but you did know. That's what they were. Yeah definitely and you say positive self talk. Does that mean you would look in the mirror and you would say i am tough. I'm a tough lady. I'm gonna get through this. I love my son. I can handle anything got throws me or at least some of the things you were saying to yourself. Yes daily affirmations positive mantras. You call them myself beautiful. Even i felt bad. Like we may feel babich elec- amazing for anything that i could do to be positive myself. Of course the people around you are there. They have to be positive because their product job were they do feel compassion for you. But i was like i noticed that regardless of what people were saying to me. If i wasn't saying to myself. I wasn't truly going to fill it or wasn't gonna mean as much because i had to be present in my healing. Well i'll say this your smile is megawatt your smile lights up the damn room. That's one thing. I would look in the mirror. I'd be like. I might be sick. Roy but look at these teeth. I am a crest model. Nobody can take that up. They do you. Did you have braces as a kid. Where you just blessed gives you not have me santa's going into projects. We're getting this from jackie. We'll be getting braces from got me as and some baking soda. That was about it. Well you know what you were. Blessed somebody gave you those teeth and their fabulous. Thank you i. I read an around this time though you did hit a depression.
"major " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
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"major " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I'm peter segal host of npr's wait. Don't tell me that strange sound you heard on our last show was live people laughing n- applauding be a part of our next show with the alive people on august. Twenty six at tanglewood join us live and you too can finally see what are real live. Legs look like legs remember those. Welcome back to bullseye. I'm jesse thorn. My guest is jonathan majors. He's an actor. You might have seen him into five bloods or on the marvel. Tv show loki. He's nominated for an emmy for his role in the. Hbo horror drama lovecraft country where he played advocates. You can stream that show in its entirety on hbo. Max let's get back into our conversation. It must have been pretty intense to work into five bloods which is a movie about a a group of african american vietnam vets who go back to vietnam and you play delroy lindos characters son. Who goes back with them. It must have been intense to be on this like literal physical journey right. You're going to a foreign country and you have this guy. Who is your onscreen and metaphorical dad until roy lindo. Yeah who who is portraying a soldier. Evatt it while you are. Also you know. You're a few years in to try to reestablish what your relationship with your biological dad is that must've been a pretty intense experience to have those two things going on at the same time man it you know i say this all the time i think i would just start every interview with growth as an artist and growth as a human being are simultaneous. That's just that's just. I mean that's an average that was given to me in school and i've i've really held onto it and roll like david picks you know in the situation. You're and either. We're protected in a way because in a away were protected under the guidance in the autour ship of spiky. Is this whole cast together. There's no other way to go into it. You know we're going into war. Shooting film is very much like going into war. You know Sometimes you you feel like you have the high ground and sometimes you feel like you don't You know in his your crew. It's the it's the film against the elements as always a factor. You know making Making a movie as a miracle but the five bloods and working with the giant delroy. It was a personal experience. Insofar that would. David was going after something that i understood for myself to be something that i i knew i needed and in need for myself just the relationship between father and son and and what does that look like. Now look we've got into look. We were maybe twenty minutes fifteen minutes into this thing. I say a great great great great great great great Father figures in my life. You know nothing. Nothing can and does replace dad. You i mean airmont situation for any guidance in any way talk that fought against it but at a great uncle. My great grandfather awesome Now hill of mom alley bring up those familial Icons because stepping into the five. Bloods you know it was like we. It was like stepping into another family in a way and spike. Still to this day is is a guiding light you know coach and a mentor for me and delroy. I mean we really. We really really went after you know. 'cause he too has a son you know and we're really just in there. After david dave was really just in there trying to work out you know and the beauty about good art and even good art art in general is at the artists is always trying to work out the you know and here i was in a position where i look across from me and i see this is black man. You know who. Who's calling me son and all david wants in that film you know. It's never about the goal for david in any says you know i said to david we said to os say feels like it's my last time with him. You know so. The stakes are high to get to know the fall to get to know one of your origins. I think that's a very human thing to want into need. And i know this for me To this day To really get to know where you come from and from whom you come from and so david really got the work that out now entire mission to see and feel and understand understand his father's love that's deep thing and that's what the script offered me and that's really would spike was gifting me and deal with a great scene partner. Insofar that is not all yes sir no sir. When the heat gets hot you know especially when the sun has been in the world a bit in trying to find his own footing trying to find his own place. You've you push it a little bit. David does push a little bit busy pushing pool of that him trying to be his own man but also trying to find who he is through his father. He has wonderful experience. And there's a healing in that very much like Montrose analogous you know. The work has been very Rewarding and healing. Was there anything that you wanted to ask your dad when you reconnected with him. Yeah you try it you try it man. You know. I'm not. I'm not there either. I don't know how to you know. And i'm i'm very sensitive crybaby. You know all those things but you know it's a. It's a journey is a journey to to do that. I've tried to Try to announce boy and then you're at thirty two years of living. Maybe this conversation. You know because we've dug it up. May holly back adam and to say hey man what's up some of it and and here's the we report man. Some of it's understood. Some of it is understood not necessarily absolved but understood in new. Now stand apart from not individual you know share last name share blood and you are part of a attain a part of a lineage. And just because one is one way doesn't mean you have to be that way and is actually you being a different way. In being more individual is what bullies the entire legacy. I respect advocates. The legacy of freeman family. You'll know what's going on with the montross inadequate situation. You know there's a lot of A great deal of pain in that is not succumb. To actually goes and goes ego he goes to the pain he goes and gets them because ultimately is about loving and and a job. Mira song egos as you love who you love it is actually about an amorous companion you know but you love you love man and i mean those guys love their dads you know added loves his dad i would. I would say that. That's a.
"major " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Familiar there one because it looks nice. Go the reason it looks nice recently. Jonathan majors earned an emmy nomination for his work on. Hbo's lovecraft country. That show is based on a book by rough. The book and the tv series pull from some of hp lovecraft most iconic trump's dark mansions with hidden secrets huge monsters covered in eyeballs. But it also reckons with lovecraft work. Hp lovecraft has often been seen as one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century. But he also wrote essays stories and poems that were unapologetically. Racist lovecraft country confronts. His legacy head on jonathan majors plays advocates in the show. A young black man traveling across the us in the nineteen fifties to find his missing father. Atticus embarks on the supernatural journey alongside. His friend latisha and his uncle. George there are plenty of moments where advocates and the rest of the protagonists fight to escape actual literal monsters but the characters also face very real threats from elsewhere. Racist police burning crosses lynchings. Let's hear a bit from the show in the scene. Atticus is on his way to his hometown to start looking for his lost father. Atticus bus breaks down leaving him to walk to the next town. An older woman who was also on the bus accompanies him and asks about a book. He's reading what's that book you've been reading about. Princess of moss. This man named john. Carter goes from being a captain. In the northern jing tacoma washington. More starts with him running from the patch. He's in hiding in. This magical cave was transported to the red planet. That's gonna skip google. You said the hero was a confederate officer further. He fought for slavery. You don't get to put an x. In front of that stories like people of them doesn't make them perfect. You just try and cherish overlooked airflow. Jonathan majors welcome to bulls. I'm so happy to have you on the show My pleasure my pleasure brian. So you've got some vet stories. Running through your work. Defy is a story in which you play the son of vet love the love crash. Show you play a vet. Who's come home and you grew up a partly a military brat. Tell me about what you understood about the military when you were a kid. Yes sir no sir. Yes ma'am no. Ma'am i mean. It's it's the. I guess as a child as a young boy. It was Respect i mean that's what it was. It was respect posture. And then at. I believe As i begin to get older ambi moved off the basin gotta take him more life. I realized that this Military lifestyle or way being a re established decorum in my life. About how the do things a certain way. No you make your bed clean the dishes. You say yes sir no sir. Yes ma'am no ma'am you know that that it also came from being you know raised in the methodist and baptist church in and also just being a texan though we based in california for a while. I both my parents are of texas Birth you know so. Yeah the military huge Quiet impact on kind of who. I who i became as a as a man who i became as a an artist who i believe. I'm still become i think. Was it your dad. Who was in service. Yeah my father was My father was in the airforce and my Maternal grandfather was in the army and my paternal grandfather was in the navy so we almost almost got them. All and i was going to be a marine. I was ready to drop out of Not drop out. I guess. I dropped out of yale my my first year And join marines. And so i guess that would give us the The fuqua train for the us armed services. But alas i didn't come to be or maybe not. Alas you're doing all right. Oh yeah yeah hey marine either But yeah doing alright. Do i grew up going to vets. Aa meetings with my dad zone. When i was seven or eight years old. I would like sit in the back and draw and here here really brutal and intense stories about being in the military. Yeah and I wonder if you had any understanding of. I don't know if your father was a combat vet but If you had any understanding of what it was to be in the service or being war beyond standing up straight my father over me personally if you had any understanding of that oh man the ed. Some kind of it's kinda strange outcomes about wars a very real thing. You know I believe it's always kinda happening around us and some of us are enlisted in a certain war and we know it and some of us were unlisted in the world. we don't and though i never I'm not a veteran. You never soldier and capacity but being raised by soldiers and you know having the the life i lead really put me in some whatever called war zones you know Not to a point on it but being being young kid anywhere. It's tough being young black kid in the south and stuff. Being a young black male in the south is tough being a young black male in the south. Who has a certain build is tough. You do begin to learn how to a war and to protect yourself Both mentally and.
"major " Discussed on The Frug Life
"Answer the question. What should you study in school. Should i even go to college as time goes on people are getting more and more educated. Somehow abraham lincoln practiced law with virtually no formal education. And i did fact. Check this according to week pedia. His formal schooling was limited. The aggregate of which may have amounted to less than twelve months. Nowadays more and more people are going into college. You might ask yourself should i. And if so what. Should i study as someone who graduated college and got a masters degree i would have to say. I'm fond of college. I think college is a worthy endeavour. I learned skills. I use in my job every day. But i also learned things that were not directly related to my major. That helped me. I learned about geography. How the distribution of resources can impact a society in people. I learned about the scientific method philosophy politics lots of things. That don't directly pertain to my job. But i found very relevant to life. If you're considering college and i think you should. I think you should get a degree in a field. That teaches you a usable. In demand skill some degrees are less than ideal for this while he was instrumental in my learning and my understanding of reality. Bachelors of philosophy are not in super high demand. at least to my knowledge. For that reason. I say focus on stem and business majors as an engineer. With just the bachelor's degree you can make great money and one more thought about college. Consider a community college for the first two years. They are cheap. And if you don't know what you want to do you can figure it out. There pain big university. Tuition to switch around majors and fiddle around with all. These different possibilities is pretty expensive. And not very frugal. While you're in school you can also work. Which i recommend as well i lived at home for my first two years of school and worked half of it. I saved close to ninety percent of my money. And i recommend you do the same now. College isn't the only route you can go to a trade school as well by definitely recommend doing something to further your education after high school. I think what you study in school. Should ideally be related to the field you want to pursue and share. Life is unexpected and things change. But i think the question what should i study should be linked to. What do i want to do after school. Now you might be asking yourself at this time. So mr frew. What is it you do again. And of course. The answer is as an account laced with accountants. Work as account is. I like my job my job. I'm life and having fun. This job is number one as an account all right so let me give a little bit more specifics than just an abnormal place where accountants work. So while i was at community. College is when i decided by major was going to be accounting and that i was going to work in the accounting field. Now why did i decide this. There's a lot of factors an ultimately accounting was going to be a stable career with a good earning potential. And actually when i decided by major was going to be accounting. My heart wasn't set on being an accountant professionally. I think i initially chose accounting because it gave me more options that if i went in and majored in accounting versus just business in general i could always do business in general but with accounting i could also do accounting one other consideration of mine is that i actually am not all that good at math and by math i mean higher level math like calculus. So that kind of eliminated becoming an engineer like my dad. Ultimately i doubled down went on to work at a before accounting firm and to get my cpa license which i think also is a consideration for you as you choose a career. In addition to getting more education after high school you might also seek additional accreditations licenses and certifications. Everything is not always about skill or ability. You also have to have external proof that you have abilities and sometimes having a license can help with that. Additionally may be a legal requirement for some aspects of your job for me. i don't do anything that strictly requires me to be a cpa but being a cpa helped. Give validation that. I know what i'm doing. Ultimately it's up to you to find something that balances what you enjoy doing and what you're good at as well as something that has earning potential some people you know buck. This trend for instance. Dan carlin you know the podcast. Or he's huge podcast or way bigger than me has a show called hardcore history. And i think he does well for himself was a history major in college and i may have poked fun at a history type major. But i suppose if you're dedicated. You can really make anything work. I know accounting in many ways isn't the most exciting career and there's some merit to that accountants work pretty hard but i will say that it's a very stable career even a company that is losing money or is on the verge of collapse still kind of needs their accountants and they still need their lawyers so those are kind of the last people to go. So i'd encourage you to look holistically at what you want to do. Consider what you enjoy doing but also consider practical aspects. How much is it going to pay etc. Because it doesn't make a lot of sense to go to school for a longtime rack up a bunch of debt for a career. That doesn't pay very well for me. A big part of college beyond the learning is also the potential to earn more. It's been said college is the gateway to the middle class. And i think there's merit in that it. A college degree in many ways is just the new high school now like alluded to before the beginning of the episode. Apparently way back when you could teach yourself to be a lawyer today. That's not the case becoming an accountant or a cpa at least requires college as well as becoming a lawyer becoming a doctor. Doing all those things you need to have some college. And i think going to college is kind of mocked a little bit by some in the personal finance base by people who talk about bill gates and others like him who dropped out of college and say well if bill gates became so successful and dropped out of college. You should too and really. I think that's kind of fallacious way of thinking. People like bill gates are definitely the minority like such a small minority whereas most people who graduate college make more money than they would've otherwise but it's probably not for everyone while i loved it. I know others did not so. That's something to consider too. And like i mentioned before there are other ways to get more education just college. I'd also like to give a very special things to lindsey who got the rights to that audio clip. I played earlier. Thank you also to rocky for agreeing to sell the rights for this episode as always. Thank you for listening to the fruit. Life have a great week. And stay frugal. I'm an accountant. Do you work at a place. Where accountants worth. You like your job like my job and my job is an accountant..
"major " Discussed on Bible Study Evangelista Show
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"major " Discussed on Dog Save The People
"Dog that he needs to throw a ball with absolutely animals rely on us so much and so two love animal and and bring an animal into your life you know requires a great deal of compassion and ability to care for another creature which i think is very important in our leaders i love it and again i love the cover. It is so charming. And i can't wait to see all of the the incredible artwork illustrations. There's a wonderful illustrator named shaida. Abi best did that work and did it quickly just have to say that out front. Because picture books are so reliant on on the illustrations and that at all shape and what is the title again. Please champ end major first dogs. I'm really thankful to you for sharing your story with us today and now. I know that we can find your book on amazon champion. Major first dogs. Can you tell me a little bit more about where we can find you online and on social media sure absolutely i would say also. You can't find the book on amazon you can also find it at any independent bookstore Or brian noble anywhere. That you would get books. I am on twitter and instagram as at m. c. rights and then my website is just joy mccullough dot com. I'm in that has links to all my socials to beautiful. Thank you so much joy. Thank you so much Was such a joy to speak with joy about her writing this very very important book at such an important time in our social history and it's also such an important time for the dog rescue community so i'm really excited to see this book and it's incredible. How fast she was able to turn this around. It also sounds like owen meant so much to hurt during crucial years after graduating from college. And now athena and will continue to be a part of her family i really wish joy well and i'm thinking that this book is going to be a huge success. Thank you for listening to this episode of dog. Save the people a podcast about how dogs make our lives better. This shows have production of has. It should be a content studio. It is made with the support of executive producer. Scott banal eeo in our producer and editor. Jack summer special. Thanks to our composer in neighbor daniel lampert for creating the music for the show you can subscribe to dogs. The people on apple podcasts. Spotify over ever. You get your podcasts. You like the show. Please subscribe and leave reviewer raining. You can also follow us on social media on instagram. At dog saved the people. Facebook dogs saved people. Podcast twitter that dogs. The p p. l. We have a new gift shop on the dogs. The people dot com website with our first signed showed merchandise include super soft shirts in black in light. Blue color ways. We are also happy to say that. The shirts from the tiny. Tim rescue fund might foundation have also been added to the dogs. The people dot com gift show profits from these t shirts will be going to support independent rescues and shelters if you have any questions or submissions you can reach out to us on our website or on social media or email us at dog. Save the people at gmail.com. New episodes come out every other tuesday. So see you next week for another episode from dog saved the people..
"major " Discussed on Dog Save The People
"About how dogs make our lives better. My name is john bartlett and i'm your host. Joy mccullough is a book author primarily of young adult fiction as well as a playwright who is best known for her debut young adult novel blood. water paint. Jr is a new book coming out called champ in major first dogs jones book about the two dogs of president elect joe biden and it's being released in conjunction with his inauguration. They're not just any normal dogs however major will be the first shelter dog ever in the white house marking a big moment for the rescue community and champ is making his return there to show major around after already learning the territory himself during biden's vice presidency with president barack obama joy. Thank you so much for joining us. Today on dog saved the people. I really appreciate this now where we speaking to you from. I live in the seattle area. Beautiful did you have dogs growing up where able to have that kind of relationship. It wasn't until. I was in college. That i actually got to live with dogs and going through a really difficult time personally and my parents were in the middle of a really difficult divorce and so i ended up staying with some family friends. Who had these two dogs. Which were barney and nina. And barney was a black lab mix of some sort and an older dog and then nina was Astralian catalog younger. Maybe two or three and they were this incredible comfort which i quickly figured out barney. The lab mix. Just this varies steady. Soothing calming dog. He would sense. You know i was upset and sometimes if i was overtly crying but not even only that you know. Sometimes i'm i'm just down. But he would always come and put his head in my lap right there and then nino was just so much fun. She was the one to say. Let's play you know. Oh that's great. Yeah then after college. I believe that you did get your own dog at that point. Yes his name was owen. And i don't know if any of your listeners will have read that. John irving book a prayer for owen. Meany yes so many. Is this character. Who is small physically small. But he's he's very big personality. And so i had this the small dog big personality who i named owen. Oh i love it. I love that book in the name is so whenever i whenever i meet someone And it's rare. Whose name is owen. I think of character but finding rescue dogs and so we went to the same shelter. They've been gotten out which the rancho coastal humane society and ends. Anita's california this one. Little block and white terrier mix came running to the little screen door thing just jumping up and down and up and now and so i. I wanted to meet that one. And so i wanted to take him home right away but he'd been gotten as a stray with a microchip So they had to wait. There was like a two week waiting period or something to wipe the owner to respond. Finally after the waiting period. I got the call saying okay. He's your you can come. And i remember on the drive home. We had to put in the back seat and he just immediately. As soon as i started driving came up into the front seat and was trying to get on my lap and and he came home with me to my mom's house and i was pretty overwhelmed and i wasn't sure if i could handle. This was a lot. But i definitely don't regret staying with him. Your own worked his way into my husband's heart too and he really came to love him and he loves our dog athena now. I had the same experience when i adopted my first dog. You know he turned out to be the love of my life. His name was tiny tim. And he's like my hairy soulmate He's been gone now for about ten years. But when i got him i was so overwhelmed and it was because i just wasn't equipped and i remember reaching out to the guy at the shelter. I don't think i can do this. And i was so upset. And then he's like just give it some time it eventually. It all worked out at. He taught me so much and changed. My life yes. So tell me about your dog athena. How long have you had her for. Got athena and she is an australian shepherd. She was two years old when we got her and she is the sweetest. I work from home. I'm kind of always home. She's just always at my side now. Let's talk about a book that is launching a being released as we speak a book about. Joe biden's dogs loose. And i know that this was a very book because it happened so fast. Yes yes. i'm so excited about major joining his brother champ in the white house and i believe that this is the first time that a rescue dog will be living in the white house. Yes exactly. I wrote the book on the saturday morning when the news finally called the election for by them. I was thrilled. And you know sort of celebrating in my way. And i had seen come across my social media's somewhere about major being the first rescue dog which of course caught my attention and and was even more will not more exciting than biden winning but but definitely very exciting and so an app just immediately thought well. That's a picture book but we couldn't believe how quickly not just that it sold but then they moved and they had illustrator just to do the art can believe when they told us that they were going to have it out the day before inauguration. Gosh when obama was on the campaign trail the very first time. Dr jill told biden that she wanted a puppy and he told her if they won. They would get a puppy when they won that was when they got champ champ was not a rescue champ was from a breeder so the second time around when they decided to get a new puppy which was the delaware humane association had a litter of german shepherd. Puppies come to them. And the biden's fostered and then adopted anybody that is involved with rescue dogs to me is worth their weight in salt so i love it i really do yes absolutely me too. Who are fosters or such heroes to may bids really the missing link and it helps so many animals who are either in shelters in that very stressful environment. It helps them decompress in. It also gives a better idea of what they're like in a home in. So i just i can't speak about. Fostering enough and i'm always impressed when people are fosters and i love failed foster. I did want to ask you. So why do you think it's important to finally have a rescue dog in the white house. I think everyone knows dog. Shelters exist. But i think there's some people who don't realize how important it is to support them and what a difference it makes to get a dog from a shelter then from a breeder route so i think that the awareness around shelters that you know somebody in the white house can bring is hugely hugely important. It's a platform. Basically that allows people to see that. And i also think too that that a pet in the white house. I think it shows us that the president is a person you know that he's not just this office but that he's somebody who has a family and a life and downtime a.
"major " Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Means you're really good at managing distractions on one thing that is a great way to put it s perfect. Yes because that's exactly how was especially down at two hundred fifteen home you gotta do feel like Also how has it affected like your personal life in the sense of like. Do you feel like you know you're doing a startup. actually you said it you're doing a startup for for more freedom right like you. That's why the main reason you became a dentist to nobody ever says. I want to work fourteen hours every single day for the rest of my life. So do you feel like right now. You're kind of has there been a moment where you're like. Why am i doing this too much. I think about that every single day. There's no doubt about that. But obviously i do know why am doing. I do know that there's angle at all of this But obviously right now it is tough because in the in the nitty gritty of everything. That's going on But also from a like ask him about personal life from a family standpoint. obviously we have four kids When i married my wife she had two already in the. We've had to send one of which is eleven weeks old but we have another week old. We have a two year olds and then we have A ten year old and a thirteen year old so the obviously the littles need a little bit more attention a little bit more time When it comes to things especially with kovin and things like that we can't really go out as much so that's been a blessing within itself. You can spend more time at home with family but since. I'm out trying to handle all this stuff i do. Don't get to spend as much time with the kids as i really would like. But it's i always keep looking at the silver lining all. This is so. I can eventually spend more time with them. Yeah do you ever get link. let me ask you. Do you ever get this feeling where you are spending time with your kids. It could just like sitting down watching cartoons or tv or something like that. But you're like in thinking like. I should be doing this instead like right now. I just find more minutes of this. And i got to be doing this. Oh yeah yeah. It happens all the time. It's funny you ask that because recently one thing that i've been doing is trying to turn my brain turning my brain off of everything that's going on. Outside of focusing on them posing my attention giving them time So i can be in undivided sanction. Debt but that is one of the things i it's it's hard. It's hard to turn your brain off because you know you got all these things going on. You got deadlines to me. You have bills to pay a got budgets to me all kinds of things that they're trying to get loan disbursements paid out to the proper people. There's a lot going on And obviously things get missed things. Good Somethings get put on the backburner but obviously your family is going to be there for you at the end of the day and i just i always want to make sure that i'm known as that dad. That's present. I don't wanna be a a a president not prison father essentially. Yeah i get you like like he's there but he's not really there like he'll say he'll say no who cares. He doesn't doesn't matter his opinion but he's they're like the guy who eats with us ragged humanitarian awesome man. Appreciate it charles. Thank you so much for being on the show as a pleasure but before we say goodbye. Can you tell our listeners where they can find. You can find anywhere they can. They can contact me through email. My email is d. R. major dhaka major at dhaka major smiles dot com My website is dr major smiles dot com By facebook and instagram by facebook is major smiles. And they're my instagram is. Dr major smiles Don't confuse me. There is a major smiles in texas. And i know. Ashley had some issues when it came to copywriting and things like that. It's on my fingers. Crossed look through other channels to make sure that there's no copyright infringement or anything like that but don't confuse me with. Dr chuck is funny because his name is actually chuck majors. Yes crazy so yes so that blows. My mind is well to but his last name is poor. So it's made jurors minus singular major. You really do on that. Yes i did i did at. It's been Publicized my name. It's been about would by eight months now. I haven't heard anything so fingers crossed just opened. Nobody jumps on it but his it. I don't know personally. But just looking at his website and everything. He looks older Son hoping that he's on his way out and he'll just be at no worry about him so don't worry about it. Yeah i know if you start becoming like let's just say we did a series and know we started doing this lot more more is be on you and be like who's this major smiles. You know what i mean and then so. I don't know that as long as you did. you do diligence. it'd be especially listening to ashley. I said yeah. I wanna make sure that i don't run into a situation because major smells cool name anyways tooling. I'm gonna. I don't want i do not want to change my name at all. I've thought about it for a while. lend it was. it has a nice ring to it. I like it like it. A lot and the logos in everything that we've done with it. I'm very happy. So if i do have to change my name would be awful already. Met will sounds good. So i appreciate it charles. Thank you so much for coming on. And we'll talk to our. Thanks so much you take you guys. Thank you so much for tuning in that episode and charles. Thank you so much man for being on the show we truly appreciate it And guys if you want on the show notes below. Reach out to charles if you have any questions or concerns. He's more than welcome to answer them for you. If you have any questions or concerns for me you can definitely go on the show below and reach out to me as well always remember. I want to hear from you guys. So you can go onto the dental marketer dot org and click on connect and then just send me your feedback any requests any questions or concerns that you want answered on the episodes or the podcast. We can deliver that to you guys and if you want to have the conversation going all the time like i said you can join our facebook group. That's the dental market or society. And i'm gonna put a link in the shots below for that. It's a free facebook group. We talk about everything on the episode in much more depth And we talk about more things right. We have some consultants and coaches some practice owners. Who are in there just dropping knowledge and helping a lot of you guys out so and we also have a directory for other episodes. So if you're like what happened with that. Practice transition episode. I always wanted to know. Or i want to know more about startups i want to know more about partnerships you know. We have a plethora of knowledge in this podcast. so there's directory almost like a table of contents and The dental market society facebook groups. You can definitely check it out and be more organized than what you listen to as. Well so yeah. Thank you guys so much for tuning in a truly truly appreciate it guys out. Talk to you in the next episode..
"major " Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Welcome to episode two hundred eighty one of the dental market or podcast. I'm your host michael and thank you so much for tuning into the episode guys. I'm gonna put a really quick nonchalant plug in here If you want the conversation to keep going to juno that the podcast has its own. Facebook group It's called the dental market or society and put linked to that in the show notes below. And yeah you can talk to us there. Talk about episodes talk to the guests an episode and so many more things. So yeah if you feel like joining if you wanna join another facebook group. Go ahead and join the dental market society. I'm going to put the lincoln the shots below. But anyways i in this episode i am speaking with dr charles major and he had an associate's ship that didn't work out. He had a two year plan. That didn't work out of owning a practice within two years but it gets better. I mean you learn from the things right that that don't work out. He talks about how he really enjoys and likes working at his corporate office and he has done well over five hundred hours of ce and he has only been working there for three years. So this guy gets his homework done. I mean he is ready prepped and ready to rock and roll with the startup right. We discuss why he wants to do his own startup. Why joining spear study clubs can really change your life and how he got the loan slash the money for the land and the practice. It's a very different way than what normally happens with a lot of other startups that you've heard on this episode. The way he got it and we also discussed where exactly he is ordering from and how he and this is. This is a rare. Okay guys this is really rare. But he is early to open his startup. he's early. He's not even on schedule his. He thought he had more time but no he's early to open. Which is great. It's great news honestly charles but at the same time you gotta be ready man so in this episode. We discuss all that and so much more charles. Thank you so much for allowing us to to dig into your life and to be open about everything so guys without further delay..
"major " Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Garrett is CBS. Yes. Major Garrett from the nation's capital. Major fantastic. It's the takeout with CBS news chief Washington correspondent later, that's not. So major Garrett. Welcome to the greatest part of our broadcast week. I major Garrett host and creator of this program known as the takeout a conversation politics policy. Pop culture, always always built around a meal why because meals change and make better every kind of conversation, especially hours, we are relentlessly curious and steadfastly, not ideological no partisan pandering here at the takeout very special guests with us at the takeout podcast microphones, we have become intertwined professionally and personally his name is Jason resigned. Washington post. You may recognize that name. He was held on trumped up charges in Iran for a very long period of time. He's written a book about it called prisoner. We're gonna talk about the book his captivity. He's post captivity life adjusting to all of those realities and ongoing issues to the United States and Iran. Jason great to have you at the takeout podcast microphone. Thank you so much for having me major. I loved. Hearing that major that's nonsense. It's part of my family lower at this point. So I feel good to hear that. So let's just cut to that right away. The family lore is the Iran. Nuclear deal is reached President Obama has a press conference in the East Room to discuss it. His mood is undeniably upbeat. It's a long press conference. One of the last reporters called on many of the other news the day questions had been asked the president calls on me. And I believe Sarah, you can play that sound bite of my question to the president. That is number five eight. Can you tell the country, sir, why you are content with all the fanfare around the steel to leave the conscious of this nation the strength of this nation unaccounted for in relation to these four Americans. I gotta give you credit major for craft those those questions for the notion that I am content. As I celebrate with American citizens languishing and Orion jails. That's nonsense. And you should know about. I've met what's the families of some of those books. Nobody's content. And our diplomats and our teams are working diligently to try to get them out. I'll just tell you folks, I got the withering Obama stare in that long pause. You heard it. I knew it was coming and. Stand by that question. Don't hesitate have no regrets about asking asking it the way I did. And I have nothing but satisfaction in the pressure that question, and that interaction created in the aftermath because one thing became true after that encounter with President Obama that wasn't true before it. What was it? Every time the president after that question and answer talked about the Iran nuclear deal. He mentioned the names out loud of the four Americans I referred to. Placing his own voice behind the necessity of winning their release. Did I create a dynamic that didn't exist? My suggesting debilitation wasn't working on this. No, I'm not. And the question didn't either for the question did was explained to the country. Why you did this one thing and not the other Jason I'll let you take it from there. Well, for me, I heard about that for the first time when my wife came to visit me in prison just a couple of days later. It was a time of major despair in my life that this deal had been struck and that was still imprisoned. We didn't know at the time that there were negotiations going on that would ultimately culminate in my releasing the release of other Americans. But when my wife told me about that exchange, I just thought to myself. Okay. If I ever get out of here, there's another person to put on the Christmas card list right there. And I..