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Howard, Jokic Lead Nuggets Past Pistons 104-91

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Howard, Jokic Lead Nuggets Past Pistons 104-91

"Markus Howard scored a career high twenty points in a coli okay each had a triple double in the nuggets one oh four ninety one decision over the pistons you okay check twenty points fifteen rebounds and eleven assists for Denver which is three now on its regular season ending four game road trip your kids finished off the triple double early in the third quarter and he and Howard both finished the period with twenty points as the nuggets pulled out to an eighty seven seventy four lead that allowed coach Michael Malone to rest his starters for most of the second half the pistons lost for the eleventh time in thirteen games I'm Dave Ferrie

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"markus" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:27 min | 4 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"To love this thing. Not bullshit love either positive regard. The way carl rogers loved that cater the way that mr rogers are mr rogers to real. But you know we all started doing. My i i do. I do think that like we're getting the car in front of the horse. If we think the way to stopping collapse is through going to war with ourselves it's just not gonna work. We're part of the earth do and house divided up on itself cannot stay so we have to figure out a way to stop the war inside and then maybe from that all the other stuff maybe absolutely one billion per cent and we're gonna end this podcast on that note. Stop the war inside ourselves. You know i did a podcast with a fantastic Monk from the topic not hun tradition tongue lou and he went on about that very thing what what happened to him. Since he was with in plum village with pick on for seventeen or something as a monk he said. I was the best monk you could ever be doing. Everything exactly right and he said not. Nothing happened to me. Nothing so i dropped my robes. He said that's when it happened of its own. I was just too much of doing doing doing doing and he talked about while i was there as a monk. For seventeen years. I'll i had was a war going on inside myself just while we were just talking about and then once that left then suddenly that realization came and that war started to evaporate. And that's what it's all about for all of us as far as faster. And i'm so lucky where france i love you. Your best never mind. We have a mutual admiration society. Thank you so much donkey anytime this saying i mean you know. I don't even consider this a podcast. We do this by the way. I can't folks out there. I can't tell you how many times we get on the phone. We're just talking over and gets into extended conversation. And i go well. This is the same thing is a punk. We ought to record the damn thing. Whatever we get great conversation like let's monetize this but we're now we're not gonna we're not going to get into ourselves and go you cheap piece of shit tower. We're going to get from yes. We lovely little mischief guy. That's the world. Call this little miss little mischief man. All right thank you for letting me be on this show. We'll throw some stuff up. Everybody you know Show notes and links and yeah be here now network. It's we as happening in. Okay we'll see later than thank you big. Thank you to argue. Covid the show. Check out his podcast. Mind rolling all the links. You need to find him. We'll be doug russell dot com tremendous. Thank you.

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Boulder police officer among 10 dead in Colorado supermarket shooting, suspect in custody

Here & Now

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Boulder police officer among 10 dead in Colorado supermarket shooting, suspect in custody

"Lesson 12 hours after families were notified. Boulder, Colorado Police have released the names of the 10 people killed in a mass shooting at a supermarket yesterday in Boulder. Their ages range from 20 to 65. Among the fatalities, the first police officer to respond to the shooting. Colorado Public Radio's Ben Markus has please have a young man in custody. Authorities have released the name of the shooter to Mod Elissa. They've charged him with 10 counts of first degree murder. We know that he's 21 years old. There is no motive. Known at this time we're being shared with the media. Ben Marcus reporting. The Boulder attack was the second mass shooting in the US in less than a week, amplifying calls from the president and congressional Democrats for tougher Gun control

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:20 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

"They don't see it necessarily as oportunity yet so right now if you ask him he'll probably tell you want to be a fireman. I can see that curiosity around technology. I gotta fill in just like me. He's gonna get bit too. Yeah i mean now. I mean it's it's interesting. How much kids now. I wouldn't even call them really digital natives like that even feels like an archaic term to say like they are a product of this time they know about tiktok and they know about you know all these other apps and things like it's such a an intrinsic part of what they do you know probably exacerbated now by the pandemic but even prior to that technology is such a part of everything that they have to do and everything that they work on that. It's it's probably difficult for them. Even think i would even think of a time before technology because their their but like i mean i typed in highschool on a typewriter like i didn't really have access to i mean unless i went to school type on the computer but at home it was like i was pulling out the brother type of these papers up. You know it's wild you know were with us at our as like we can think of a time prior to this big proliferation of tech and everything you know. So it's i think we're like the last generation that really has that perspective. 'cause everyone after us there steeped in it. They're steeped in tech absolutely absolutely. It's so true. I remember my daughter. She's the youngest. Gotta hold on my laptop now. She couldn't get into work because she was so busy to was swiping. A screen keyboard before this keep. What does this keyboard so it. Just it just goes to so you know. It's just innate in these young kids and it's going to be interesting to see what the future generations is going to do with technology. Oh absolutely absolutely especially now with you know the kind of stuff you mentioned before with like machine learning and ai and all this sort of stuff like it's going to be amazing to see what this current generation really comes up within the next like twenty thirty years absolutely absolutely. What do you want your legacy to be definitely want my legacy to be one. Obviously i'm going to be a outstanding father to my kids. So that's very important is important to ask down some of the traditions and things that i've learned from them from my parents from my grandparents to my kids so got responsibility to be a great father. But i also believe like i've had so many great mentors i've had so many great folks who have helped me in my personal development but also in my career development and i feel like i have a responsibility to do the same for others as well so i would love for my my legacy to be that there was never a person. Mark did not help. He taught me what mitt to be successful not only as a person but also as a business owner and also as a in corporate america as well so if i can leave that that legacy that he was he was helpful..

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:00 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

"Oh there's no doubt we wouldn't exist if it wasn't for them so i definitely think it's gotta be each of us kind of reaching up and helping each other and inspiring. Each other is awesome that we could have just helped out in a little bit right. What is tech like for you now at the stage in your career. To be honest it's one of the most exciting is just crazy. Exciting a more exciting than i think. It's been these new technologies if we were to talk in two thousand seven about artificial intelligence that would have never been a topic of conversation right and so how easy it is to touch it. How easy it is to get started on it. We talked about how in the beginning when you had to put in a lot of work just to get your program star now to be able to tap into some of these. Artificial intelligence libraries makes things so much easier. I think this is some of the most excited i've been around technology and man just be college around. This time would be amazing because have a bunch of time on your hands. You know some of your best ideas and now the technology is you could reach it now and it doesn't cost you a billion dollars to host the server nowadays. I'm pretty excited. Really bullish on technology and i just think it's not only great field to be but it's just it's one of those things that it's always changing and there's never a dull moment if you could go back and talk to like young marcus like fresh out of high school. I always afraid. We'll say fresh out of fam- you if you go back and talk to marcus from back. Then what advice would you give him. I think the biggest advice. I would give is to get you. You're not too young to start anything. You know what. I mean like back in those days my thought was. Oh i can't start a business you have to be older and you have to be more experience..

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

"Jay smooth or barra tune day bears. Yeah and jackie joe. Politics was never there. Blog outside to that cheryl cheryl and even even you got up. Jason tony and and you know i can go on for days. Just naming people who like they welcomed. You almost like you were headed to the black really like you would just go onto the black family reunion and you would comments on their blog and they would respond and then they would connect with you and bridge gaps and say okay. I need to introduce you to this other person you know. They were connectors they were. They were creators as well. And so just like when. I remember those days was just help. Open and honest and friendly and family oriented. That black tech community was and almost kind of envy. That i feel like. We've all kind of grown apart grown in different areas. And we're doing different things but it was just like to see what limb was doing a her blog and in for her introduce the angela. I just hope that there's places of people in the same things could happen through those communities. You know what i mean. Yeah and i'll tell you what you know. This'll make you feel like it's interesting because these people that were like you know jason leonard cetera. Were older than us like. They were probably like in in their thirties. And we were in our twenties like just trying to figure this out and like it was like this. Yeah this family feeling this helping hand of people from the generation before you that wanted to see things through because they kind of helped pave the way so they wanna make it easier for you now. We're the lens and the jason's like we're in that position now and you know i'll be honest like even with all the people that i've interviewed for the show and stuff like that that feeling. Is it really there anymore. I mean there's some people that i certainly will talk to and help out with if someone contacts me do the show and they're like if there's times where there happens but like that feeling is certainly not the same that it was back. Then i know exactly what you mean. That is like we didn't have that wasn't facebook right. Not the way it is a twitter and so the only place we had to be the only community we have was through blogs right. And now you know we're just connected with all these disparate have all these big connections through these largest social networks. It just feels like there's conversations happening. We're not as together as we used to be. And i i do miss that old feeling. I like i said people. I still talk to to this day. But our shout jason not too long ago because when i took over the data team was already running over a cbs or somewhere and resell to home and it was like hey take over the team. would love to pick your brain. I'm talking hit me right. Back at maurice zion k. Let's don't want to call. And i'll talk you through everything you need so still those relationships that developed in my black web. Two point zero days still leverage to this day. Yeah what did black web two point. Oh a platform itself and working on and everything. What did that teach you. So i think probably i gave me the.

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

"Then when i worked for florida state my biggest thought was. I was thinking that i wanted a free education. I wanted a masters degree. That was my thought. I wanted to get an mba and about workforce florida state of time. I'm not sure if the same way. If i work with them i would get free education. They were paper. Modifications follows a full time employee. So that was kind of my thought process in taking the position there as started working there. I found that one. I'll learn a lot happened to get hooked up with some really great mentors people that i would say helped mold me shape me into the person i am today to be working alongside of some amazing mentors but in addition to the the entrepreneurial bug kinda hit me and so that's you know i don't know if you wanna go there now with the black web two point zero days. All of that kind of stuff happened. While i was working at florida state but like the biggest thing for me was i came out of florida state. Not thinking that this was going to be my forever place but it was more of a place that was gonna give me a free education but to also just happened to connect me to two mentors. Who really helped mold me to the person i am today. Actually let's talk about that. I mean i don't know if a lot of people know this or remember this but you are one of the co founders of a pretty influential black tech website called black web two point. It was you and angela. Benton which people. I'm sure have heard her name because of the new me accelerator. She's currently ceo at stream. Lennox new company. How did you two end up meeting each other and starting the site. It's so funny it was through. I don't know if you remember. Lyndon johnson was throwing lindy arm ever been. Yes yes yes. I've c- linens so god that the last time. I was in october. When the last time i saw lynn. It's been a minute but no yeah go ahead. Go ahead sorry. Yeah absolutely so like lynn. Back in those days and probably still is to this day. She was like a great tech connector. And so back in those days it was all about the rss feed you. Know what i mean. So i happen to be subscribed to all of these wonderful blogs lynn had hers was just so many different black tech entrepreneurs folks who just talked about interesting technology ideals and so i happen to be connected to lens blog and reno lens blog and then angela and i just happened to be up in commenting on the same post. She just had some really interesting. Ideas saw asked linda of to introduce me to angela. And we started talking. She happened to be working on black web..

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

"I had this thing. And this love for this Technology so glad. I made the decisions the best decision ever made. So what was the program like fm. I don't know if it's still the same but we have two options was it was computer information systems. They had the business and science options. And so i happen to be a business option. Major which means not only. Did you have to take the computer programming. you know. C. plus plus java advanced database so you learn sql and. It wasn't any pretty gooey. Interfaces that you had a code pure sql and so you learn sql but in addition to all those courses. Well you had to do your business. So you had to take accounting economics and all of those as well and we had looking back on her Had great bunch of teachers still talk to dr edwards. Who is the chair of the cis program. Just like they're such like those folks not only do they have but a lot of them just had a whole lot of like really strong working knowledge and so they kinda school does not only to. Here's how you code. Right here's cody. I think they prepared us on what it meant to actually be successful in a workforce one of the most important classes. I think every person in the computer science department takes its professional development which is kind of silly but but looking back on it so important. But it's just everything on how to present yourself in her interview to to conduct yourself in a boardroom. Meeting when the program have fam- was a well rounded program. It definitely was technical enough for you to hang with the best of them but they also did not forget about some of those other skills you would need to be successful in corporate america. Nice and the reason that i ask that. Is you know as you know in your kind of stature right now. Interactive one but just also because of the state of the industry companies are looking at hp. See us a lot to try to find. People that are going to diversify their workforce and you know one sort of..

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:31 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

"It didn't spit anything out in the console. The let you say. Oh this is what you did wrong this. Is you know so there. There's just a lot of trial and error and you having to really figure it out. You just have to figure it out absolutely. I was even thinking like you mentioned notepad like even the the i v.'s of the text editors nowadays are so much more advanced than we had. You know. i was using notepad so even like if you had an errand you didn't close your damn tag. You just had to figure it out. You didn't have a way of collapsing code to figure out exactly what's missing. You just had to go line by line. It was painful but it also. It was almost like you came out stronger. You know become all along a lot stronger than aren't they probably didn't. We had to be an important look. I'll completely date myself here. I was using notepad all the way up until probably freshman year of college so like nine hundred ninety nine because those was there. I think there was macro media dreamweaver but even that i think for for a high school i was in high school. I there was really no way to access that unless we had it at school which we didn't could get on like kazaa lime wire and download or something. But i was using that up until i got some more house and then i was using i. I discovered something from computer. Science student called meta pad which is like notepad but they added some programming like features like line. Numbers like that. Shave the game for me when i saw the headline numbers and akkad actually sorta debug. What was going on a gave you some. I gave you something. Don't pay gave you nothing. It gave you a blank screen cursor. That's it we have color color and meta pab was kinda purple and they put a little bit of designed to it. And i was like okay. This is something that i can use. That's different from notepads. Because i could actually did some kind of a not necessarily like code coloring..

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

"On a simple wordpress theme i think is testament to like a great developer community. Because it's easy to grab somebody who were press expert because wordpress is probably be largest. Cms platform in the world. So scaling is pretty simple. I think wordpress us recording this powers. I think at least a third of the web. I remember when it was only powering. A quarter of the web. Yes that's wrong. Yeah oh. I think that's open source at its best. Rioting were lyrics. Are the champions of open source. But i think it's a testament to what happens when community works together to achieve something. Yeah and so speaking of that. I kind of want to shift here a little bit. Because you and i go way back. And we'll get into that. But i know that you grew up in florida's that right that's correct. I was born and raised in fort. Lauderdale florida and with the florida and m. university in tallahassee. On nhpc in tallahassee. Okay we'll get to you. Tell me like what it was like for you growing up. Were you exposed to a lot of technology as a kid. Yeah have the same story as most of us. I got introduced the technology through video games. I have a brother who's an entrepreneur who is twelve years older than me which is awesome because he was in college while i was in basically grade school and he brought home a commodore sixty four for school and at that point it was. It changed my life forever. He happened to go to a technical college. Well so you you still come home with all this. You know these new video games and those new video games made it attractive for me to understand. How do how do. I make my own video games. And then i learn how to code alert how to code and basic and learn you know how to do. Some things from the dos. Prompt which i don't even i don't even know if dawson's around back user now but but learned a lot of that stuff because i.

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"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:52 min | 5 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Revision Path

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Guentzel's winner lifts Penguins by Capitals 4-3 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Guentzel's winner lifts Penguins by Capitals 4-3 in shootout

"J. counsel was the lone player to score in the four round shoot out and did so before Casey DeSmith stopped Alex Ovechkin to preserve a four three shoot out win for the Pittsburgh Penguins over the Washington Capitals Evan Rodrigues Colton CV your and Markus Paterson all scored their first goals of the year for Pittsburgh dismissed made twenty saves as well as for more in the shoot out as Mike Sullivan penguins won their first game of the year to give ourselves the best chance to win each and every night we we need to have that sort of effort but also playing with a sense of purpose nic Dowd a veteran and Nicklas Backstrom all netted goals and Ellie a Sam song off the twenty four saves but Washington dropped to two oh one one Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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"markus" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

09:51 min | 7 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And trauma and so then they start identifying themselves with the thing covering that place new instead of the place itself and then of course you would hate that in the same way you would hate. If you're a prisoner you would probably hate the lock on the door. You'd hate the prison. There's an there's almost like a natural sense that this thing is me. You think something's off and you you want it gone and then that leads to depression which sadly leads to suicide and this is this is because people have become so disconnected from the thing. That's covering up and the thing that that's covering up which to me recently. Listening to me your concern working with david to connect that heart compassion space with dimensionality so to speak with space like that. It's not just compassionate. Some gooey feeling that makes you give bread people literally like an the dimension you're in that is filled with pure potential impossibility regardless of causes and conditions around you that blew my mind and And and this is. I think even more so i. It can become so frustrating when i you know when you're in the beginning of these things are good. It's your fault you can actively with. Nick turn but you know in the beginning of these things you start feeling your heart and you get past the place where you don't wanna feel it because that's how it used to be was like. I don't feel that that hurts too much. And then you get past that place in all you wanna do is feel that and then you become really sensitive to all the things keeping you from being place and it becomes really frustrating. David was saying it's like a tale of something. I mean but you wanna grab it and hold it and you can't because of circumstance like how the fuck going maintain the state of like vulnerable compassion. That's literally seems like finding a new. God i ruined everything like you find that. He didn't even know you had a clitoris or something like shit. I've got another is on your channel thick. I gotta shake my head. Gotta shake that off yet but not not to get too complex with the buddhist thing he who david nixon who we love you know. He's very wise The reality is there is a simplistic thing here. Look you recognize that. you're selfish. Shit ninety nine percent of the time you do something about that or not and why would you do something about that because maybe you know a little trip maybe a little Visit teacher says something you know. You hear duncan say something like that and everything switches because suddenly there is a big intention. That's one of the biggest. Things of buddhism is intention to change. And how does that happen. That is a question of deep complex. Karmic stuff and lifetimes. Yeah all carmen reincarnate. So it's and we won't even go there but the reality is someth- some where along the line here you just. Don't i mean it you and i have been talking about it through this thing. We've been working on for years just this. It gets to a point where you cannot stand looking at these motivations and not making some kind of addressing. It got to address it because it's too painful. That's the thing that changes. That pain changes everything. Yeah that pain changes. So you want to listen to rhonda's meditation about how to get out of your ego mind and believing every bullshit thought that you have into a place. That's much more you know. The buddhist call spacious forgiving compassionate to oneself. Never mind anybody else at this point. You know i'm not that shit. He'll that. I think i am and at the same time it's gonna take real practice here on a day-to-day basis to move that perspective out of from upper aspen. Basically oh my god yeah. That's the real problem. I mean that's the problem. That's that's the pro- the problem the philosophically. It's like there's no problem but the problem is that it's it's this is not you know this is when ramdas i remember when i had discount when he when we first met and he pointed to his ad. We've gotta get you from here and pointed to his heart and said the year said we can do that. And i said any minute that was it by itself which is a big relief then i said to him. It's it's difficult. I can't it's hard to goes. He got this big fanis that no. It isn't but i think he was. I don't know why he said it was hard because it is our is like it. Sounds so fucking easy on paper first of all. It sounds ridiculous if you're me because if you're somebody is really in the past. I was successfully numb down. So you hear this idea of compassion or opening your heart or something and you just because you're out completely in your head you intellectualize that and you come up with an approximation like a mental configuration of i. I know what you mean. But you don't know what you can't you can't know what you mean because it's not coming from your head it's your heart and so but then what then so but then this is. The problem is that you have to spend a lot of time just to get to that point where your heart starts opening up like it does take a practice. I think or or great dna and that doesn't last and you get a hangover. Yeah right but boy boy. Oh boy round us with this. We started this conversation out around. You know the the intense moment that we are in right now and the reactivity that we have on all sides of the equation and again if you have any kind of awareness and that's the big the big word right and awareness comes through practice. I don't think anybody wants to continue to hoard. All of this selfish motivation. I think if it's and we're seeing everybody's getting a look at it in a way that they might not have gotten before so that's again back to the thing of. It's it's dangerous opportunity. So i keep thinking about that but you know can i. I mean i everybody out there i wanted. This is completely self serving. I want you to know that but one of the things that I said dunkin. Can we talk about. Can we get up and have a chat on the podcast. But i also wanna let people know about ramdas new memoir being ramdas which is out This week you don't fuck yeah and so but the literally youthful. The covers beautiful. Yeah i send it to somebody a professor. We're doing some course at penn state. Actually this first announced ramdas be here now kind. Of course anyhow. I send it to the professor professor rob over there and i said you know. Take a look at this and then let me know what you think. And then he didn't say anything for a week. And i i wrote him back. I said any idea what you think about this this book. He said well to be honest with you. I haven't got past the cover. Beautiful it is. It's so it's rhonda's completely utterly presidents. it's a fantastic thing anyhow so out of this. There was one thing in this book. That i wanted to read. And duncan said. I could what it's about. It's about really. The fact. is people go well okay. Rhonda's became very compassionate and loving and did love everyone. And but that's just ramdas and so. This passage is is the moment that he was driven by his friend bug on dos to the himalayas to meet this the guru and he describes it and he describes it in a way that we all of us can absolutely relate to the fact that we are cynical. We start out cynical. We've got cynical. Dunkin has represented at our retreats cynicism. Although it wore off a little bit then yet start faking. It which is really weird. So can i read this little thing. That's just sort of a really. It's called this..

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Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coordinator Markus Paul Passes Away At 54

Business Rockstars

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coordinator Markus Paul Passes Away At 54

"Conditioning coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys passed away on Wednesday. The 54 year old collapsed Tuesday in his office at Team headquarters. He was treated by team medical staff and transported to a hospital in placed on life support. He was surrounded by family as he passed Marcus Paul was in his 21st season, is a strength and conditioning coach before he joined Dallas in 2018. He spent 11 years in the roll with the Giants prior to coaching. He played for Syracuse, where he was team captain and a two time all American defensive back market. Paul's cause of death is still pending from the Texas USA Radio News Bureau. I'm Val d'Or. US radio

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Dallas Cowboys strength coach Markus Paul, 54, dies

Chris Salcedo

00:17 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas Cowboys strength coach Markus Paul, 54, dies

"Dallas Cowboys strength and conditioning coach Markus Paulus died at 54. He was rushed to plan a Presbyterian hospital Tuesday where he was put on life support. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones issued a statement saying the loss of a family member is a tragedy. And Marcus Paul was a loved and valued member of our family.

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Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coordinator Markus Paul Passes Away At 54

WBZ Morning News

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coordinator Markus Paul Passes Away At 54

"The death of strength and conditioning coach Marcus Paul, who died a day after collapsing at the team's practice facility. What was in his third season with the Cowboys. After being a strength and conditioning coach with the Saints, Patriots, jets and Giants. He was 54 Alabama

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Dallas Cowboys coach Markus Paul dies after medical emergency at team facility

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas Cowboys coach Markus Paul dies after medical emergency at team facility

"Of hate to say. But we kind of saw it coming on Tuesday when they canceled the Dallas Cowboys cancel their only main practice of the week. Because of medical emergency. I I texted how Jay on the side and said, I think somebody died because you don't practice. You don't cancel a practice like that. In a short week unless there's a tragic situation and this was nothing short of tragic. Marcus Paul 54 years old, a strength coach wasn't here in Dallas very long. He's a very good friend of Marcus of Mike McCarthy, the head coach. And a lot of cowboys reaching out. He actually played with Moose Johnson, the former Dallas cowboy fullback at Syracuse. He also played with Washington's head coach Ron Rivera, in Chicago in the NFL back in the eighties, So it's I hate having to start the show something negative. Thanksgiving. But unfortunately that's going to be such a big part of the game today and how the Cowboys to respond to that. Okay. Nicole mentioned

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Cowboys strength coach Markus Paul dies suddenly at 54

Dave Ramsey

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Cowboys strength coach Markus Paul dies suddenly at 54

"A death on their coaching staff, the Dallas Cowboys Wednesday announcing that Marcus Paul, the team's strength and conditioning coach, since 2018 had passed away. That's after a medical emergency at the Cowboys facility Tuesday, where Paul was rushed to the hospital. Canceling Dallas is practice and team activities. Cowboys, in a statement offered their love and support to Paul's family, remembering him as a pleasant and calming influence in our strength room and throughout the Star, which is the team's training grounds. Marcus Paul, one from an all American defensive back at Syracuse to a five year career in the NFL, followed by multiple stints on strength and conditioning crews throughout the league dating back to 1998 Marcus Paul was 54 years old. And Napolitano.

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Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coach Markus Paul Suffers ‘Medical Emergency – Undergoing Medical Tests’

KILF Morning New Podcast

02:23 min | 8 months ago

Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coach Markus Paul Suffers ‘Medical Emergency – Undergoing Medical Tests’

"Paul the cowboy strength and conditioning coordinator was rushed to the hospital early yesterday after collapsing in his office at the team's frisco practice facility about seven thirty yesterday morning and he was of course they They called they called medical emergency responders and was was rushed to a hospital right away and the cowboys didn't release a lot of information. I decided that it happened. You know and that he was undergoing medical testing and and that while even even mentioned the testing errors that was part of what led to the problem. A rumor that that spread that that he had died and a lot of outlets published that he had passed away out. Part of the part of the problem was the fact that they had. They cancelled practice yesterday. because of this and no explanation was given so people thought. Okay this is this is more than just somebody not dislike covid nineteen or something or somebody somebody who had a heart condition and had to be taken the hospital. I saw it on a tweet that my daughter reid tweeted because marcus. Paula graduated from syracuse. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and they were outlets in syracuse reporting that he had died and his daughter issued a statement on facebook saying her fifty four year. Old dad was on life. Support in the family was praying for a miracle. That is apparently still the situation this morning. Although we don't know but yes. A lot of a lot of people did report That he had died and apparently some of that and again now. Now we're now we're wandering into You know rumor and speculation but apparently some of that came from one of the cowboys players. Who posted a tweet strongly implied or said that marcus paul had died and they were praying for him and they hope that he was watching over them. And and that sort of thing Tmz reported at ten forty six yesterday morning pacific time. of course. it's two hours. That marcus paul in fact is not dead former new york giants offensive. Linemen tweeted rest in peace coach. Paul you'll be missed so there was a lot of confusion.

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Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coach Markus Paul Suffers ''Medical Emergency – Undergoing Medical Tests''

Rush Limbaugh

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Dallas Cowboys Strength And Conditioning Coach Markus Paul Suffers ''Medical Emergency – Undergoing Medical Tests''

"Cowboys. Reporters describe the scene at the Star and Frisco was emotional after police say a Cowboys coach suffered a medical emergency this morning. The Cowboys have since said strength and conditioning coordinator Marcus Paul had the medical emergency. And is undergoing medical tests. Today, a team canceled today's practice. The Cowboys play Washington at home on Thanksgiving two days from now,

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"markus" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

06:19 min | 11 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Hanging cabinet I guess hang up and then Just, a couple of little things like shoe rack or booed rats and I have made I I primarily. Concentrated on making Chop Furniture I. As you do. Yeah. But. That's pretty much it. It's all they can remember I. Guess. We'll. We'll I I love that will shaker table. Well, it's not little. It's kind of a big shaker tables got drawers on both ends it looks like from. It's still quite I would say petite quite all have it looks big. Yeah but that's cool. Detail work you did on that with tanks, the pen tendons in all of all of that really nice. That was the project I just wanted to make by hand there's certain projects tell myself from the beginning no power to it's nothing. And then certain projects like if there's too much resulting involved. Then it's Benso. Shaka tables a good project like that. Because everything's fairly small. No nothing's too long too wide too thick and I love that it has everything involved in has the. Half Line, Duffield's it has the the the runners, the Mortis, intent, and everything. Yeah that is very project. Well, that's cool. So so what is the door front? There's Cherry. Cherry and then the doors are poplar was a pint bottom. And Dresses Maple Maple. It's really distinct to like that. Yeah that's cool. That's cool. Well. We'll next, of course, I'm going to ask you about your chair make that. That's. That's At some affinity for that and Yeah. That's fantastic. You've done So you've done, you've done a lot I mean windsors course of wealth stick chair, and you've done at least one or several setis. Correct. Correct. Well. How. Did you get into share making? Do you really want to here. Yeah it's it's pretty much it started. Very early on actually was the first year in. Wood working two, thousand, sixteen. So. Late that year I I. DO BELIEVE I watched an episode with Roy Underhill am Christopher Schwartz was. Talking about the little model was to wires you know. or I guess he was talking about them. Yeah. Designer the Reagan stuff and it just instantly hooked. I was like if I want US continue making furniture I can't just stop it flat work I have to make sure enough I cannot succeed make an a chair I'll stop this. Pretty much. That's how it went and then obviously I bought the book and it's designed book. Then I built the estate chairs. Just without stretchers just as simple style and obviously for me. It's it's a little bit hard source certain numbers so that chair was perfect. Just use just normal lumber excuse the Jack. Lane. To to build Charon I built those two chairs and then I was like that's not enough and then I wanted to build a windsor chair but sourcing green lumber here is very hard. So I put my own twist to it and then. I just used a dry lumber. And I don't know I. I made some templates designed came out, and then I need one chair and I had to make four more for the kitchen. So that's pretty much where it all started. So well, that is cool. So so you never took any classes or anything just kind of I. Yeah. No I wanted to. I still want to like I met Peter Gilbert last year at liles events. The only event away too. But I know it's amazing like to to, you can sit in an actual like I'm not saying anything bad about mine I, love my chairs but like I'm still so inspired to hopefully soon, one day to take class with Peter occurred or anybody just because I don't know they stopping about Greenwood that make spoons once in a while and even that gives me a kick. So I just will go ahead. Well, it's. It's amazing that the work you've done here. It's just incredible. Yeah. Hats off to use. Now what are you? I'm particularly looking no a while back a year ago set I guess black chairs with trim so. Finish his. Dad's. Man I gotta remember but. It's pretty much what I mostly use them. It was for those. Who owns it was I do believe it was four coats of yellow mill paint the old fashioned thing Then it was can remember two or three coats of the black. And then I just finished him with the I do believe it was the WASCO Danish oil. Okay. Five so and they turn up. Pretty good. So Galley look they look fantastic and then I got I got three young kids while three kids in. Yeah they were stand that craziness. All milk and all the soup and yeah. Well, you know this. Protein PETITA looks better with age. Absolutely absolutely. Well, yeah. Data some excellent work. Thanks yeah, and It's amazing. What you've done there with with donal your chairs, but I mean just a winter's as well. So stick share. So that is fabulous. Thanks. Yeah. See sometimes like. I mean, yeah, I have a day job and stuff in the family. So sometimes, I can't. Because I don't have a production shop I can't just push furniture. Yeah sometimes I do I mean my workbench took me two weeks but but some project is Kinda nicer to just take your time do it right and then and yet at least satisfied with it So yeah now you you do make furniture for an for commission for sale. I don't know if it's on commission furniture to sell. So what's a percentage between making it for yourself and was part of a business? explained more like a percentage.

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"markus" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"markus" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"New ski of the Corner Workshop Today we're visiting with Marcus Tolbert furniture maker chair maker Blacksmith from Alberta Canada. So are you doing Markus thanks for having me? I'm doing good how about yourself? Good good boy this is going to be interesting because as good friend of mine since. Middle School is named Tolbert A-. They're. Not The people do work to the always put the islanders. Yeah. Yeah. So I will. So if I say Tolbert Apology. Not. Apology. accepted. and. It is Tolbert Tober or anything like that. You know it's. It's German. So it's toll bit so it's An it's Tolbert Tolbert. Arrogant just you just put the Ellendale if it's easier. It's like try to say with silence the Ellen, exactly how you're have to. Just over. Just. Swallow that L. Well, this is great. So you're from Alberta candidate in. So we'll get into a little bit of your background. But that's great. So we're back on our international swing. Sean Excellent. I. Love It. Well before we talk more with Marcus, let's see what's going on in the news. So there's only a few things that that I found and one of the might not pertain to a lot of folks out there but it does to me because I do occasionally a spray finish it and there's a company called paint lie and they've come out with a new portable spray and It looks fairly interesting I know there have been these portable spray boosts that are kind of like a glorified camping tents that you can pop up. But they but they're kind of small and they don't have a floor on and this one's like six foot by eight inches of both high with n depth. So you can really actually do something inside of the s private. Unfortunately, it's not inexpensive at six, hundred, fifty dollars. Yeah and other than the floor looks largely to be pvc and plastic I think. Yeah, I think. So aluminum and PVC and plastic. So. But you know it's interesting option it all fits in a bag and weighs about they said about forty five pounds. So that has some interesting concepts to as far as you know, it's something you don't want to try to build something you now at six hundred and fifty bucks a dig on their website and I got it's brand new. So they got one hundred dollars off. So it's five hundred, fifty dollars now but. They do have a lot of accessories for it's like. Up A, air filter to would and blower to suck the over spray out of the booth and like that. But it's something that you know interests. You have thought I'd put it in the show notes because it kind of sounded Nice I've looked long and hard on those little pop up with urges small to in my mind, right? And have you ever used those Zip Wall Zippers So I did that when I was finishing my son's room you just to keep the dusty inside the room and not the rest of the house and I mean that almost would do it. You'll. You, your fashion, your ventilation. However you want. But you couldn't make this thing just to fol down do y'all mean there's always a. Way of doing things right but. I think that would be another another feature even in that it looks. Is it all like how do you get in it? Wants to open William. This picture is just opening opening. Plastic. Okay So depending. In case yourself with g good negative flow and just draw you know draw drier out with a fan of boxing in the back corner and. never thought about it because I don't spray anything but yeah. I've I've looked at luckily I have a fairly decent place to spray outside but. I'm always worried spray outside letting nature, find its way into what I'm. Tall trees pine tree of maple tree just outside my door anytime I go out there and try to dodge they can ideally I'm I'm spraying on a warm fairly windy day anyway, just keep the fumes away and and hopefully it dries quickly but I've definitely had Paul Needle. Fall This motion where spray in I quickly. Pick everything up from the underside and Russia insight officer. Let it dry there, and then you know back and forth. So you know this. This would be a solution but what was funny is the place that I spray is right under my. Deck. And I got plenty of width and height than it's all covered but I was out there spraying one day. Wow citing it's. It's over spray. Like I, guess I better put a tarp against that part of the house too so any. Specific. Time but subsequent times to start building up now. So, now it's a whole tarp setup probably like I said, sure six, hundred and fifty, five, hundred, quite a chunk of change. Looks. Like it right. It looks pretty pretty thin. You know but for you yeah, I mean and outdoor elevated deck and I know what you're talking about I've been there You know you could put some some I'd go up there and just hang a tarp and hang a shower occurred for that matter and you've gotta you gotta go so anyway but you know anyone that sprays you might you might WanNa. Look at that. If not to buy at least called usher anyway, we'll moving right along we got things I wanted to highlight online classes. The Austin School of Furniture Design has now put on a online on demand. So they have special website for it and There's a bunch of courses that they already have out there that you can. You don't sign up for and they even have a few courses that are at zero dollars. They had one on Kumiko. That's listed on there zero dollars and I went well, maybe they have some sort of donation things. I WANNA hidden purchase that they didn't. But so I need to buy t shirt or something from them But Yeah. They have a couple of courses out there that are that are free, and then they have some others and the relatively fairly inexpensive like they have an infrared tapered coffee table looks pretty interesting forty five bucks sharpening one Oh one course like thirty, five dollars. So and most of these courses have several things so anyway but I would check that out. You can find that it Austin School of furniture dot online. So Austin School of Furniture Online. We'll be able to pull that up but yeah, it's pretty interesting. Eric. And I think you're gonNA see a you know I've seen a bunch of this. You know a lot of schools are doing a lot more stuff online. There's some teachers out there for instance, Elliott Bizarre and is doing some. Teaching. In the chair making World Peer Galbraith's had some courses out there I. Think he's got one painting I think he's got an and. It's got some else coming up to, and then he had A. I think it's a free online seminar. If you're part of the fine woodworking, Picabo did on spoke shaves shown that but. Anyway. So go out there and take a look at it pretty well. Yeah. That Kunihiko for free s like I got to check that out But anyway, next I wanted to highlight of Mark Hicks you may know him from plate eleven, dot com sales, and build benches and shave horses and stuff, and he's putting out a series on his shave horse It's a free video series. I. Think he's He's got the first episode up already on his I believe it's one aside played eleven dot com or or on his youtube.

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Wirecard's former CEO Markus Braun arrested after $2 billion scandal explodes

Balance of Power

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Wirecard's former CEO Markus Braun arrested after $2 billion scandal explodes

"Jeremy's Wire card is rally 30.5% after plunging the past three days by a total of 87%. The payment processors former CEO Marcus Bron was arrested as part of a probe into an accounting scandal that involves $2.1 billion. In missing cash.

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Wirecard's former CEO Markus Braun arrested after $2 billion scandal explodes

Balance of Power

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Wirecard's former CEO Markus Braun arrested after $2 billion scandal explodes

"Jeremy's Wire card is rally 30.5% after plunging the past three days by a total of 87%. The payment processors former CEO Marcus Bron was arrested as part of a probe into an accounting scandal that involves $2.1 billion. In missing cash.

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"markus" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"markus" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To to Markus sees I don't buy it but I know you might I am actually a card carrying member of the deep state trilateral commission in the Mason so I disagree Ian you should listen to it sometimes it really works days five to seven or eight D. W. L. S. but you didn't hear it from me now here's a guide hired by Obama hates trump is making stuff up Chris for working for the Democratic Party against the interests of the United States government doing enough to protect the country this year he happens to be completely insane and so he just keeps saying that we are going to sign endless tracks the people John how I don't know where it came from but frankly this perfect complicity to sell books all right side of conversation let's get into this nine T. W. L. S. Schering allies J. for Esther impressionist mornings with men cal can get a little crowded rock basically showing and a Y. con ESA presidency because I make what are you doing R. Kelly had used to R. Kelly back in the day racing card you want to see more details around in order to go to church to every two times a year the truth is important you like our C. sixty nine W. I. L. S. C. M. eight ninety on fixing the media it's not a pleasant thing when people in the media pretend their political views are not influencing the coverage when it's so obvious that those political views clearly are influencing their cover after Rush Limbaugh it's been shipped here from two to five nineteen and there's a reporter on C. N. N. C. N. N. Singh is in the bottom corner of the crawl there's nothing I can do as an observer but say okay we'll see and then may have a bias afternoons two to five Ben Shapiro on W. L. S. HM eight ninety let's go to Donna Donna how are ya no moral how are you I wanna get your name right Donna road tunnel road to now right to know you got it I went to dinner with your friends I heard quite it knows what your friends and I didn't know she was going with you well yeah I we don't know who the hell I am but cargo and I did know that yes so normally start up look I I don't even know where to begin before you hang up on me hear me out okay I think Harvey Weinstein is probably a scumbag I think everybody knew Harvey Weinstein was a scumbag it's kind of like this because of the stuff I lived in San Francisco everybody knew about Bill Cosby we know about these things in the industry you know people knew that Weinstein like girls what you brought out I thought was fascinating okay first of all is it fair to say he's a scumbag no I think it's fair to say that he made decisions that maybe we wouldn't lock that in may right the question for me was what what the error rate and I continue to say absolutely not I'll tell you what this is really open up a lot of conversation with my daughters and it is and it is the same thing with Kobe Bryant whatever any of these stories you don't go to some guys hotel room at two o'clock in the morning are you just really had an interesting defense I don't know what the other defense would be but I look I think he was very smart to get you I think a lot of people are talking about you and talked about you you know why are you writing love letters to this guy he raped you for five years I couldn't agree more and I think that's the problem I'm having reconciling I think the jury thought that they were sort of splitting the baby and and finding him not guilty of the more alkaline guilty of other counts but in the end it is sixty eight years old next month he's got you know a guy who is in failing health and and I think any sentences judge gives them that there's probably going to be a like say.

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Toppin, Howard, Powell among finalists for Wooden Award

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Toppin, Howard, Powell among finalists for Wooden Award

"The finalists are competing for the John R. wooden award the winner will be announced next Tuesday the top five are doka as a bouquet of Kansas Luke Garza of Iowa Markus Howard of Marquette Myles Powell from Seton hall and OB tarpon of Dayton voting for the finalists took place between March sixteenth and March twenty third because of the pandemic related cancellation of March madness the voting only took into account a player's performance during the regular season I'm Bruce Morton

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Top Flyer: Dayton's Obi Toppin leads AP All-American team

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Top Flyer: Dayton's Obi Toppin leads AP All-American team

"After averaging twenty points and seven rebounds per game this season Dayton sophomore obi Toppin was selected a unanimous college basketball AP all Americans topping who helped the flyers to its highest ranking in program history this season is the first Asian player to receive first team honors I was Luka Garza Marquette's Markus Howard Oregon's Payton Pritchard in Seton hall's Myles Powell rounded out the first team all American list the second team consisted of divine Dawson and you do okay as a bouquet of Kansas Duke Vernon Carey San Diego state's Malachi Flynn and Michigan state's Cassius Winston I'm Josh Rowntree

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Sounds Week Morning Interview: Sound Engineering

Chompers

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Sounds Week Morning Interview: Sound Engineering

"Start brushing on the top of your mouth on one side and make sure to get the molars all the way in the bathroom. Three a two one. It sounds week so today. We're talking to someone who knows a lot about sound. Marcus yes hi I'm Markus and I'm the audio engineer for Chompers and what is an audio engineer. Do An audio engineer is someone who works with recorded. Sounds sounds so We're talking about trumpers. I take all of the sounds that make up an episode of choppers so the switch bells and all the talking and all all the farts music and I put it all together and kind of get it ready so that when you listen to it at home it sounds the way that it does switch to the other side of the top of your mouth and don't brush too hard. What are some of the different ways that you play with? Sounds so sometimes in trumpers we want to change the way that the voices sound to sort of suggest a space so if you WANNA make it sound like somebody's in a big cave we use this effect that called weaver. It sounds like this so it sounds like my voice is going off the walls and it makes me sound like I'm GonNA K- Eh switch to the bottom of your mouth make sure you're brushing the inside outside and chewing side of each. Okay okay so you said that you take all of the heart sounds and bells and stuff. So what are those sounds called so those sounds are called sound effects and we use sound sound effects to help tell the story right so if the story that we're telling takes place at a baseball game we want to find a sound that'll put the baseball game. So maybe we take you know the sound of the ball hitting the bat and then a crowd clapping and those sounds make you feel like you're out of baseball game switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and give your tongue a brush rush to so marcus you make a lot of the music that we use. Why do we even use music on chompers sue US music to help bring the story to life and help you feel what the story is about? So if we're telling a story that's really happy. We might have happy music great mighty music. That's really fast and exciting. Maybe something like this and if we're telling a story about a mystery maybe we'd put spooky music helping you feel the story

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Baldwin's flurry leads No. 13 Butler past Marquette in OT

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Baldwin's flurry leads No. 13 Butler past Marquette in OT

"Unranked Marquette could not stop Butler's camara Baldwin as the thirteenth ranked Bulldogs pulled off an eighty nine to eighty five overtime win Baldwin scored twenty nine of his thirty one points in the second half and overtime including the last nine Butler points in regulation markets Kobe make you in hit a three pointer with four seconds to go to send the game into team the Bulldogs then went up by eight and held off the golden eagles for the win which snapped a three game Butler losing streak Markus Howard had twenty six to lead Marquette Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Majority of Brazilians Think Lula's Release from Prison Was Fair

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Majority of Brazilians Think Lula's Release from Prison Was Fair

"Fifty. Four percent of Brazilians Fink that the decision to free Lula was fair And forty two percent disagree agree. But that's quite interesting. Marcus when Lula went to jail in April French thousand eighteen. It was the opposite fifty. Four people actually said yes he should go to jail so I think there's been kind of a change of mind among Brazilians about that topic has brought that about well. I wonder if it's because the the the slyly and popularity clarity of variables scenario. Because there's being another question here if you trust You know what's Jacobson says. Forty two percent of people of Brazilians. They do not trust anything. They're both Sonata. Says for Lulu thirty seven percent so so it's quite interesting numbers and people are already predicting that you thousand twenty not to our next presidential election will be again a battle between both scenario and the Workers Party and who knows if there will be kind of a more centrist force in the country. So are you basically saying that now having joined ables Dinara in power makes former lead Seem more viable options a bit more interactive. I guess you gotTa Markus. That's exactly the point and always the Brazilian public feeling about abortion. Well again there's been quite a few polls released by full at some Paulo. I think the country is divided. Oh I didn't. Three at third of the country hates in third of the country still loves in and a third of the country's don't care it's literally divided like

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"markus" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

14:36 min | 2 years ago

"markus" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"What's your defense techniques and that is the thing I'm just learning now which I find doc vacillating is this undefended heart concept being attributed with the that's a warrior is hold on for one second who cares about a little mark in Tokyo embarking on every point okay here the the the so the Association of this undefended heart or this supreme vulnerability with a warrior that a warrior is someone whose whose heart has become completely open to the reality of existence itself which is on one level heartbreaking and but you have to go through the heartbreak to get to that love part? You don't get to have the love before right. You have to feel that whatever you WANNA call there's heartbreak. There's delight. There's ecstasy. There's agony it's it's you no the hundred thousand beautiful visions and the hundred thousand horrible right right but these were. I think I understand what you're saying. When you say the undefended hard it's it just letting that truly be as it is right now with whoever you're with and you're not trying to paint it coverage and that is an incredibly vulnerable position to be in is untenable a lot of people but it's only untenable? If if you're coming from the place that we identify all of us which is our mind ego the I I'm going to do this. I'm thinking that whatever from if feud coming from that place you're lost we are lost and the that's what becoming nobody really means it means. You realize this and you're gonNA okay. I just want to get my identification out of that story that me into something. That's a little bit more universal. It's not just me I know I'm connected to a certainly the people that are around me and my friends and loved ones and families and Co workers and so on and then I kind of I kind of get that yeah I think I'll go for it because it's is too painful to come from this other place yeah and you and judging myself and the kinds of things we do to ourselves cells which is way worse than anybody can do to us from the outside right so you start to do that process. What do you do? It's like you're the best last example how how many times when we first met meditation not really good at all at least thoughts are coming all the time and I keep following them. It drives me crazy and then it's boring as hell yeah. Also you know it's just in now all the way to what five years later still board you're still board but here you are working with David David Nick turn and Brunello it's wonderful and yes and it is and I think that's kind of a really exciting and that this is one of the possibilities he's in an incarnation. Is that you can't. This is what's so wonderful. Enjoy full about which any of these paths is that you you enter into them. Initially with some skepticism some maybe massive skepticism I rolls and fuck this hippie. Shed head or a bunch of bullshit or here. We go again with these nonsense but I'm going to well. Let's just see what it is like that. We'll just see and then something it does start changing in a way it's different from like the normal way things might change in your life and for me. It's always kind of like the sense of I o Holy Shit what this thing is that were in is so vast and so for me unknowable that it's like realizing my God. I'm still in an egg. There were like our identities are like eggs eggs or something. We're like we're we're just stating inside this like psychic shell called us and then that Shell breaks one way or the other dies it gets crash forming it gets transformed and then in the implication being in the same way like you see a little egg and then you see the bird. It's that big a difference difference and I think when you're on an overnight nearly Baba you're seeing this bird. You're seeing this hatched thing that is speaking for this fastness and being kind enough to translate for you fastness in a way that makes it workable but I think back to me. This is what's so cool about your store with Rhonda's that I think about is sorry. I'm rambling a little bit here but I was talking to a friend of mine and he was saying then he was out on a date and he and his date were having a conversation about how they didn't think they were gonNA have children and and they laughed and it gave me like toasted that right and I said I did that toast. I know that dosed I know that thing when my mind were that I'll never have children and then I met Aaron and it was like dipping my toe into one of those raging rivers and you think think it's not that powerful images sucks you in and that's what happened to you. It seems like with Rhonda's you got. CD but to me that's what's so cool about being alive is that you can one day. You're just going through your life. You're at a radio station. You're into sports. You're fucking looking cool. You're going to see amazing shows. I'm guessing you were taking some acid back then just having a cool line and then the next thing you know you're you're being sucked into India into this crazy crazy experience that to this day you think about every single day you got pulled out to sea man. That's what happened. Yeah and you know I was really really miserable before that I mean as as a teenager and into my well this all happened to me in my early twenties so up to that point it was awful I mean family was tyrannical father mother who wasn't well and and you know upwardly middle-class upwardly mobile kind of lifestyle in Montreal which was freezing was killing me everytime take yeah I was pretty miserable where you angry really angry miserable yeah and you and I have talked about that as being and sort of the hallmark of what we're dealing with the centrally on a day-to-day basis yeah many people are and that's that's why so the flip got switched yeah as soon as I met him and then I knew okay acquisitions asa says it best list after I met Ramdas. I knew that Shit was real yeah because somebody was actually living yeah right. So then I had had great confidence. I could let go a little bit. I'm just GONNA follow this. You know and that's what that's intuition right. That's a huge ass. This thing intuition intuition can lead to real trust in the deepest part of what's going on with us yeah and it can really help us. It's a fork fork in the road of depending on that I that story we tell ourselves about who we are what we like what we don't like all of it that you know everyone gets that little sudden switch in big. Gosh comes in your light like you. You said with Aaron Right. You knew totally in that moment that was going to happen yeah. You may have fathered a little bit more but you know yeah yeah do and it happened yeah and so yeah right right. You connected really it's to me. It's a big deal because as I said connecting with intuition wition starts to lessen the pendants you have on the me okay. I'm going to get this right. I'm GONNA do it. I'm going to do this. I'm going to to do that if I don't do that. Then I'm going to write and suddenly there's a little shift over to take a breath here sure yeah I have a real feeling. Suddenly you're getting more inside of feeling and less inside a the intellect is do this. I think one of the problems I have with intuition is when is it intuition. When is it impulsiveness? When is it intuition? One is laziness when is an intuition. When is it good very good very good? I'm thinking I'm just thinking about myself because I think the exact same stop this bullshit. Your fucking can projecting to get what you think you want it. I mean I just went through. You know we were discussing before we got live a major transition and and and I said to you in the deepest part of myself. I really feel like I've done the right thing yeah and at the same time I'm still having lots lots of guilt recrimination all that stuff I you know I could've done something different in this situation and yet in the deepest part of me so you trust I really I trust that deeper part of me and I'm allowing that I I have this stuff going on negative thoughts going on and I'm I embrace them the best I can and and then I I'm trusting in and the Universe is GonNa take care. It takes care of us. What are you want to call it? The Guru you want to call it the Universal Intelligence the boundless undefended heart guy a Gal who whatever it is. There's not a thing it's beyond you know it's not it's absolutely non on dual. It is nothing you can talk about. It is ineffable. Whatever you want a COUPLA like calling? It's nice to call something so I've got the unbounded undefended heart yes. I loved intelligence wisdom intelligence so ability so you you gotta you know you end up. What are you gonNA? Do you trust more of that. which you do get on a daily basis? There's many different things that happen in life that really really support your who you are as a kind compassionate loving giving a shit about other people being yeah. I mean all the time. Do you want to trust that or do you WanNa trust the I that in the movie Ramda's says when is what you want enough it was just it was so funny just talking to a friend of mine and he he was saying that to me not about me but him because you know he's like doc doing great and he's he in his mind. It occurred to him okay. When what do I what what am I looking for here? I've gotten so much more than what any most people will ever see on the planet and yet there's still the drive. There's still the ambition there's still like thing that many of us feel even though we can just be sitting in the wreckage inch of your life caused by work all ISM or whatever and you haven't gotten around the corner that the thing you keep keep turning the corner of success and every time you turn it. You realize it's further down. It's further down and then this this. I don't know what you call Harlot. This hurt well. It's I know you call it. It's the heart path and the crazy little experiments so you can do in this kind of intuition which Hey. I like what well it's your for me. It means like doc having to initially crew construct a kind of I guess yes you could say crutch. I build a temporary trellis Serb place that I can well. It's like the baby. The baby needs like right now. We have things where the baby can push up on. You know the baby has to he he's learning how to like like push up so we need things at his level so he could pull up and push up on it and said some one of his great toys. It's also to push up on. It's a temporary thing he'll be walking soon enough but this temporary intermediary devices really good so I have to build that for myself so I I haven't thinking a lot about their own. Dos movie particularly the and what we talked about at the time becoming nobody. I think that's a little bit of confusing way to describe it but for me. It's like okay wait a second. This is a very.

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NHL suspends Blues' Barbashev for illegal check

CBS Sports Radio

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

NHL suspends Blues' Barbashev for illegal check

"Stanley Cup final will resume Sunday night in Saint Louis eight-game six blues lead the Bruins three games to two. Meanwhile, Saint Louis Ivan Barbas Chev. He's been suspended for one. Game for an illegal check to the head on Boston's Markus. Johannesson from game five. Again. Sunday night game six and Saint Louis. The blues one win from their first ever

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"markus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"markus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Markus Karlsson, Markus. That's very much not there's growing concern here or the UK that Theresa May is looking to push Brexit talks to the very last moment in an effort to win concessions from the EU and support in parliament. Bloomberg's rob Hutton reports. That's what had chief negotiator Ali Rubin said according to itv's news, which reported on remarks. They ever heard him make an abrupt spa on Monday night. He apparently said Ben Pease, we'll get a choice between a renegotiated may deal and a very long extension negotiations. It's a report that has the potential to rip a hole in the prime minister's delicate balancing act why she's trying to keep as much of her conservative party together as possible. In London, Robert Hutton, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Italy's prime minister Giuseppe Kante has faced a backlash in the European parliament for the populist actions of his two deputy premiers. Bloomberg's John Elaine has the details. Speaking to the European parliament in Strasbourg contests at the UPN project seems to have lost momentum. And he again complained that EU countries should deal with migration flows together. Not as a crisis Enron. Jon Greenberg, daybreak Europe. You was vice President Mike Pence is attending a summit in Warsaw where he's aiming to build an alliance against Iran among EU nations. Bloomberg's Marx's lucky reports Mike Pence will meet polish president and prime minister. Visit he was soldiers on Friday traveled to the former German. Death company breaking out in southern border has the visit begins. The spotlight is caused by US officials urging eastern Europe countries to avoid buying commodities equipment amid concerns about its safety in were so modest ski Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And thousands of volunteers will organize relief caravans will enter Venezuela on February the twenty third national assembly leader Guido made the announcement yesterday setting up a direct confrontation with President Nicolas Maduro truckloads of food and medicine is piling up just over the Colombian border after Maduro barricaded entry points. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at take talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm carlson. This is Bloomberg Anna. Thanks very much markets. Now with your morning sports. His Joe Lawson, Manchester United can't take us all ain't gonna soul show. His side have been.

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"markus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"markus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Markus Karlsson, Markus. That's very much not a fire in Paris has killed at least eight people left around thirty injured. The city's prosecutors suspect the criminal act and says one woman has been arrested the fire broke out on the seventh and eighth floors of a building in the sixteenth our small and the west of the city and firefighters warned the number of victims could rise some people inside scrambled to nearby roofs before being rescued Theresa May stall day visit to Northern Ireland today, she's working to secure changes to a Brexit deal by next week's vote in parliament Thomas penny reports she's spending two days in Northern Ireland. Emphasizes the importance of the province in this border with the Irish Republic to her chances of success as she speaks with politicians and business leaders in Belfast and pledges to keep the border. Open opponents of Dale in London will be discussing technological tentatives to the backstop guaranteed. She has agreed with the EU. The block has so far refused to budge even the slightest movement might allow her to claim success in London. Thomas penny. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. President Trump is preparing for his delayed state of the union address with the new government shutdown back on the agenda. Congress has just days to find an agreement on border security, and the president has repeatedly said any deal that doesn't fund his wall will be a waste of time. He's also suggested declaring a national emergency to circumvent congress and us military money to pay for the wall. And the Greek Prime minister, Alexis tsipras will visit Turkey today as ties between the two neighbors have been particularly strained in recent months. Bloomberg's Symond on looks at what the trip hopes to achieve all set to address all areas of bilateral relations, seeking to improve cooperation. The two leaders may also make. New push the peace process. Another issue that could be discussed is the case of eight. Turkish officers who fled to Greece following a failed. Turkish to in two thousand sixteen in Istanbul. Seven democrat, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at take talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Markus Karlsson this bag Hannah. Thanks very much markets. Now with the morning sport is William tesla. Westbound boss manual Pellegrini was left restricted by what he felt was a clear offside by the linesman last night, his Cidre warm.

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