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"nobile" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"Like you said it's what you kinda gotta do. And yeah i look back now and the first the from last deployment to ramadi. We got home we were. We were pretty What's a good word here. We're pretty wild. When we got back we were pretty wild but we got back and and but you know we kept it under you know we kept. We look out for each other major that we were wild without doing anything. That's gonna cause irreparable damage or cause some kind of major significant problem. But we were definitely wild. I mean there's no doubt about it and then you know. I don't know if it was maybe six months. Maybe a year or something like that you know we started getting back to kind of just doing what we were doing a little bit more normal. But yeah we're we're pretty wild. Got back. well you know if mall excuse was laws. Well you've got pretty drunk lash aviator yeah we we had some we all kind a bunch of lived in to kind of the same area to same little neighborhood. So yeah we'd go out we'd meet up and we'd go. We'd go pretty hard. I think i think for me i'm still at it. It's amazing the older. I get now and i'll be seventy six in august. The the memories become more vivid now. i dream about this more I'm hearing from people. We have our own common show website and You can tell by the comments that lam son seven one nine had a major major psychological impact on our guys and there were some guys. That measure thomas service hours. Oh i came after seven one more. I left just before seven one nine. So see that similar nama became an anchor to describe where one was at one. Time flon with the common shares And when when. Matt call me up and asked me what i do. Some collaboration on this book in some ways. I was plays in some ways of a little frightened to bring up the experiences and i'll be perfectly honest. I had a lot of anxiety coming here today. though i have read this book number of times red daunted valor seven when non quite a few times of earmarked it I read after action reports on it that that hopefully mad and he did he had some of these After action reports that he took his data from but still sitting here. Now and talking about it with you and you weren't there. I can talk about somebody that was there and but and not have anxiety. But you weren't there and often wonder i'm telling you this but what are you actually hearing 'cause you weren't there and you can tell me about what you did and i can listen to it but i wasn't there and so there's a difference the yeah. There's there's always gonna be a little gap or a big gap depending on you know the person's experiences and what one thing i think is interesting about you. Know when you start talking about coming home and what you're going through. I think the one thing. That's good is if people actually understand what they're feeling a little bit and i remember like you get a new guy that's overseas and i'd look at a new guy that's overseas you can tell they're nervous right and you know to say something like hey man. You're you know that feeling you get in your stomach and you try not to tell you then they admit to it and i go. Yeah you're just nervous at your at your body getting ready to go fight. It's totally normal. That's what you should feel like and they'd be like. Oh okay oh you. Oh by the way. You won't be able to sleep tonight. 'cause we got a operation tomorrow. You're not gonna sleep tonight so that's the it is. Don't worry about it and same thing coming home. You know it's like oh oh you're going to get you're gonna get sad sometimes doesn't mean you're week doesn't mean you're trapped in the past. It just means you miss your friends and that's okay and so if you are thinking about something and it and it makes you cry. Yeah that's what that's what happens. you know. yeah that's the way it is. And i think if people understand that that that's that that's normal then they're all okay. Well that's that's just what's going to happen. It's okay and i think what people don't think it's normal and all of a sudden they think i can't control my emotions or i'm scared i'm sad. I shouldn't be sad. And i shouldn't be scared. It's like no time nobile. That's just the way it is. You do your job. You know you're going to be scared. You got the you got the queasy stomach. You can't sleep at night okay. Cool yeah guess. What a bunch of other guys. It's not sleeping tonight either. Nobile nobody deal. Oh you get home you. You're gonna feel sad you're gonna miss your friends. Yeah we all miss them. That's the way it is that that's okay and i think that helps people out a lot to be able to just say okay. What i'm feeling is not an isolated thing. It's just the way human beings process the the tough experiences that they go through. But you know we both served in the con of service that.
With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return
"Lincoln Center, held its first concert in over here on Wednesday. As Jeff Lunden reports. It was the first concert of restart stages, which will fill the art center with outdoor performances and rehearsal spaces it over the coming months After speeches by Mayor Bill de Blasio and others. Members of the New York Philharmonic's brass section played a fanfare. Ah, a small invited audience of first responders sat masked in socially distance pods of two under a grove of trees to hear the short concert. Doctor is male. Nobile of Mount Sinai Hospital who'd been on the front lines of the covert pandemic, said he was grateful to be in the audience that Z such a treat Such incredible treat trombone player Colin Williams of the New York Philharmonic said he was grateful to completely forgotten what it's like to perform to have an audience and to stand up and feel that energy again for
"nobile" Discussed on It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers
"Do here's where your struggle is. You're so disconnected between the authenticity of your story. In the us that you're trying to make up it's so contrived it's no wonder why you can't attract anybody because there's nothing about you that signals to this to this target demographic what i find a lot of people try to do is they try to say what they think thing right you know like oh where is the opportunity already like in my own head which may or may not be the reality but the truth is you really don't need many clients. How many times have we repeated this. Like you need thirty clients in two hundred bucks a month to make seventy two thousand dollars. A year is the trainer. Is the trainer show. Should in podcast baseball. The other day and something that i realized about baseball was like a batting average of three hundred is considered a really really good. So what what. I'm saying if you follow. Is that like three zero to ten. good episodes. basically famous would be sneaking exactly basically the ted williams of podcasts. So went live this morning. I was listening to it on my jog again. Why the hell do i do that. Oh my it's such wasted time. I know i know. But i was listening to when i was when i was doing that thing this morning that i don't understand. Why people do you get nowhere fast. Like just try to bite. You know it's a gloriously. Inefficient mode of transportation. Jogging makes no sense but it was the episode where we had the gloaming positive review like five stove. You with a postseason commented and said that the only knock on it was that we needed to let the women talk the females. Talk more right right and we were just we would just given him aho crap. Because they're like calling out landon. I would not allowing them to and didn't even know their names and you know who to women just know. They need to talk more ice sentiment. The sentiment embarrassed that. I haven't listened to it. You went off. You went off in a good way but you went off you. Just you recognized an opportunity. Can i tell you my doctor story. Because at an annual physical yesterday oh tell me about that is this okay. I mean it depends. What happened in the physical. I assume you had to turn your head and cough but as long as you going to be a really really coughs call involved in this in this story. You know out for those out there too that listening. Don't allow my boyish looks to be live my age. I'm i'm a gentleman of a certain age. Forty seven am the forty six at this point training around rounding that rounding that corner late forties. So i'm sure you all can understand. L. won't be healthy prioritize my health that included an annual visit to the doctor at the very least checkup. Amber amber is all already cautiously optimistic. For what's actually both achieved cautiously pessimistic. I almost six forty seven year. Old talking about his annual physical. Never a good thing. I never ever talked. Cast all of a sudden amber realized what about talking about and it just watched right over face any case so in the medical care system here they have these things called scribes. Are you guys from me. With the scribe. What i know. It ascribes like it's not what you're talking about. I mean describe as somebody who liked write stuff down absolutely absolutely ascribe so they have medical scraps and medical scribes are people who take the burden off of the doctor but just taking the notes. Oh wow so. There's somebody else in the room. Just sit in a corner. And somebody else enroll like wearing a shabby jacket with like a scraggly beard. Just know out which a very nice lady i think whose name was mckinsey or michaela. Something with the mta. Those mix one of those our seem to be in our twenties Getting an education is assume. It's gonna say probably medical scores. Somebody probably not a doctor yet. So the scribe takes the notes so that the doctors didn't have to take those. They'll they'll like the court stenographer right you know just sitting there and have my exemptions so the doctor at the top of the Zam says hey you know dishes are scribe mackenzie mckenna michaela. Mcdonald's i dunno as we just talking about knowing your name i'm sorry to. I listened out near the female going. Show russia so he said well. Mr jones is it. Okay if michaela stays in room three as shore mate. I'm a swell enough guy. I like people. Did you just feel like at that point. You need to just take a step back and be like michaela mckinsey. Michelle peyot champion. Who s ready esto doctors. I remember the last time we spoke mr jones a personal trainer sort of i wanna get your credentials may sense of people your wave. They you know the So we're having this conversation about exercise and fitness and things like that so he says Okay so wanna take you. We've got your blood pressure. Looks normal. Everything was good. Let me let me get you to breathe in. Breathe out okay so i need you. Take off your shirt miss jones. My okay that's cool. i'm trying nobile take. He's like actually we need to down to the underwear now. I'm having second thoughts here. Because the doctors one thing and i'm thinking is describing actual medical professional or is this your some young lady who was looking for a job during the pandemic in here. She is now with the scantly clad forty six year old male is about to go down to his boxer briefs being able to maintain who profession. I'm going to be able to maintain as a patient. My patient is at risk here. You know no big deal. I just before. I'm used to being down to skivvies. Nobile basically basically a tighter pair of swim trunks so he says. Please stop tensing up your abdomen the I'm sorry i'm ticklish. Calvin saying you know. He's the st. What's going on with me to see if there's any issue any day now no pain at all very gentleman. The doctor was you say tummy. Yeah push pushing in my tummy jetsons. He said dummy your doctor said tummy heated say tummy. He says he said your abdomen is what he summit factory and he's got very warm has i don't know if he had his hands in his pockets together. No those up is misdemeanor. Danielson at the end of karate. Kid one about the hill me so i can go through the crane king. So any case thing michaela she just grabbing away. Michaela michelle mckenzie shoots. He says. Let's get you stand standing up. And i just want you to bend over and rotate. So i can see respond. Elongate your spine. He said okay. Can you give me give me one swat. I just want to check for Very good squad. Mr jones will take pride in my slots he said. I don't see that you have a large battery of vaccines recently. I say it will have in in a little while. It lasts day that i was traveling to canada. Oh what were you. Traveling candidate for not told him the story that we told here. What do you know strong summit just having casual conversation intimacy that casual conversation. He says two things back to back. He says number one are really loved toronto. I've been there a couple of times ahead and drop your underway down your knees member.
"nobile" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Are just find that fascinating that somebody as bright as Nobile could have been, you know, taken in by something like that. Well, there Ah, the information that your average Muslim believes Has been filtered for them by their leaders by their scholars and sullen and if you believe The information that you're given because you trust your leaders. It's really seems like Islam is obviously true. They're told that they're all these scientific miracles. There's all this information packed into the Koran that couldn't be verified until today, because it's so it's so scientifically brilliant and they're told that Mohamed just had this perfect moral character. He's perfect in every way. He's perfect in every way. He obviously can't be lying or deceive her things like that. So I I want to get into the details, so we're going to be right back. Folks talkin a David would he's with acts 17 apologetics raining. Hey, folks taxes here. You've probably all heard of his best dose and you know it's dangerous. And you may also know that exposure to his best us is the on ly known cause of meself Feel Yoma, a deadly cancer. People who were exposed to his best is decades ago are being diagnosed to this day with Mississippi Leonie. That's because it could take a CZ, many as 30 or even 50 years to develop. But did you also know there's money to pay victims of his best this exposure from years ago, an estimated $30 billion is available to help compensate victims and their families. If you are a member of your family have been diagnosed with Mesothelioma. You may be able to receive some of this money without ever going to court or filing a lawsuit. Get a free legal review today. Call cycle of law at 1 809 93 24 30. That's 1 809 93 24 30 Sokal of Law At 1 809 93 24 31 809 93 24 30. If we've learned anything during these turbulent times, it's that all human life has intrinsic value worthy of love, care and protection, and that includes life in the womb..
"nobile" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"And I do find it hysterical and and hypocritical that on both sides now you've got both sides say well, if you don't follow the law, you got a problem I mean Republicans who have demanded that illegal immigrants follow the wall or else our our Cena this hatch act nobile in Fraley it really isn't a big deal. It is a big deal. People don't care about it but if you're all about law and order, you should be about law and order the Democrats meanwhile. Her screaming that the president broke the law, the hatchback, the hatch, the hatchet, and you've got six hundred people activists have come forward. Or you you've got democratic politicians are coming forward saying it in Atlanta. The six hundred people charged with crimes riding don't charge them with crimes don't prosecute them the law the Hatch Act matters to these people but actually destroying businesses does it. There's a level. A collapse of intellectual honesty on both sides. But I really I. Just I genuinely truly do believe that if Donald Trump is able to pull off the selection. that. You're going to see Democrats react violently in the streets and then pack up and leave burn stuff down on their way out the door I. Just I'm Meg thinking that's going to happen unfortunately but that's where we are as a country right now. I got to read for you this this Babylon be headline. Headline Babylon be, of course, the the the humorous site that's like the onion but actually funny. Powerful protesters spell out love with burning homes and businesses. It's a scene from an airplane looking down as as as a city Burns with the word love spelled out in flames that that's Kinda. What's going on in some of these places and it's Kinda why the y the people are so upset and moving rapidly towards the president on the stuff it is it's You'll I just see people like so ron for near who I know he was the head editor of the associated. Press for a while He's out there calling rand Paul a bed-wetting snowflake. For Rand Paul Complaining about the you know ran poll Y was beaten badly. By his next door neighbor and the protesters last night were harassing Rand Paul threatening violence because his wife they had to have police protection walking out of the White House, and you're for here is attacking him as a way says, he's just been been broken. So many people have been broken by the politics of the I mean the the the path forward for people here is to not lose your sense of grace to other people even when you disagree with him politically in this country, and unfortunately there are a whole lot of people in the country that are completely losing. Their their grace, for example. So Ivanka trump last night told the story of her child building the the Lego White House set. And there are reporters attacking her today for that statement saying that can't be true. It's not true. One reporter for PROPUBLICA put in a fact checking request with the white. House. To See if it was true they've released pictures of the the Lego White.
"nobile" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
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Explainer 187: Who is Kais Saied?
"December Seventeenth Two thousand ten a twenty six year old to nece- and fruit seller cold muhammed boozy and held no rallies preferring trudge door to door to speak to voters directly. He's message was simple he's clean his own man not on the hook left was an unfair advantage while getting elected as an outsider candidate anywhere is no small accomplishment it is also relatively speaking the easy getting sites proposed reforms onto the statute books will require a two-thirds majority in Tennessee as parliament also under Tunis's system as it stands country ten days after that Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled the country he had ruled for nearly a quarter of a century the which point some biographical buck ground president-elect saieed he'll be at least but if it was a success anywhere and we will come back to the size of that if presently it was in the Arab spring's birthplace this past week she to get things done at home it will also require him to apply for his first pass Bolt welts siders who often show up at these things to make some point or other rather than being a serious contender indeed he claimed he'd never even voted before city of Tunis he helped draft Tunis's new post Arab Spring Constitution but displayed little aspiration to political office until two thousand candidates backed by the established parties he turned the nickname. Robo cop from an insult into a compliment side ran almost no advertising president-elect side now has to try governing while toting a considerable burden of expectations and without a party apparatus to support him ends and which side very much wants to change the presidential purview is limited to national security defense and foreign affairs which may limit sides ability Kende Tunisia held its second free presidential election since the Arab spring second free presidential election in its history this one brought forward a few being charges of tax fraud and money laundering the result was inevitable even though site refused to campaign while his opponent was in the clink full swearing what he believes eighteen when he declared himself an independent candidate for the presidency initially cited looked and may have suspected himself to be one of the improbable committee huge field which contested the first round of voting back in September sides austere even do a presence set him apart from the noise generated by the so I need is not regrettably an altogether fresh new liberal broom in the didn't isolated act of desperation he's hostile actors are in the pay of foreigners who felt soles to extremism and terrorism manipulated from outside the country by parties rights as men it is Richard indeed in that context of Middle Eastern politics that he nevertheless appears a stretch better than the average but side account for the moment at least on Tunis's impatient youth roughly ninety percent of eighteen to twenty five year olds voted for him attracted by his detachment context of Middle Eastern politics he is keen on the death penalty much less so on gay people and believes that women should not get to enjoy the same inheritance in the end of this month is a sixty one year old former professor of constitutional law with a modest profile as a public intellectual who taught mostly at the universe to anybody when he made it to the to candidate runoff against nobile career a brash media tycoon who spent much of election season in prison pen who do not wish well on a country determined to persevere how does an island I'm room with over the Arab spring failed in general to promote the blossoming of liberal democracy across the don't to terrorism Tunisian people know how art and culture are important to understand and appreciate months following July's death in office of the previous incumbent elderly political veteran Beigey tweed essentially genesee is new president elected with a from the establishment he should also be helped along by the robust civil society which has helped prevent Yunessi from descending into post Arab Spring Kale it has made considerable progress since Mohammed boozy made his stand and his sacrifice it remains however a considerable stretch from where many unisons would prefer it to be president elect side faces both a challenge and opportunity Monocle twenty four I'm Andrew
"nobile" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Talking about. Well, I'm not going to go through the whole piece. It's, it's voluminous. I posted on Facebook, maybe the second maybe third post on, they weren't actually going to Facebook, but just the first two paragraphs. This shines. She's talking about replacing Martin Luther King day, with Thurgood Marshall Nobile over this is an over Memorial Day weekend. Some shocking news broke about Reverend Martin Luther King, junior, David garrow Pulitzer prize winning king. Biographer came across some new details about the FBI secret bugs of king in the national archives. The full tapes are not scheduled for public release, for about another decade. So they're sitting on information about Martin Luther King, that you will not know about until everybody now was they are hoping at least from that era dead. And why would they do that? Why would they have to seal information on Martin Luther King? Well, I would argue that if they unsealed it would make him look worse than Donald Trump in terms of, let's say, grabbing women by the imagination. Exactly, exactly. Listen to this. Donald Trump never did anything like this to vilify Martin Luther King. I thought the Kingston look pretty cool dude. I thought it'd be great to hang out with him. Go for a party burn a beer. Whatever seem like a great guy, the guy, he's a man fallible man, but he had some pretty some pretty bad things. I'm sure he has made his peace with Christ about that. Needed fabulous, work, and trying to get people to be free free at last real Esca God almighty, you want him free at last didn't work out that way, did it. No. As a matter of fact, a lot of people are using Martin Luther King to hijack and bring about his legacy, and bring about a race in America. They are Al Sharpton is one of the most guilty. But listen to the Jesse Jackson to okay? And goes on to say then, again, this is his autobiography David garrow. He just uncovered some information that very let's say comfortable information, share with you. I can't use a couple of words on the radio, but I'll give you a pretty strong is what it's all about. Now, this is Martin Luther King during an orgy and Martin Luther King's room, what? An orgy in one of Martin Luther King's hotel rooms, the Willard hotel in Washington DC, Martin Luther King was noted for like in, like in him. Some women big time. Kennedy to this isn't just Martin Luther King. I'm sharing with information during his orgy. Oh, an Orgeon king's room Willard hotel, according to FBI summaries and FBI did bug him. They filmed him unbeknownst to him, this Jagir Hoover. Hoover looked at Martin Luther King as being a Marxist, communist influence on America. Any wanted to take him down? That was the at, at the time that was it. That's where deaf be. I was at. And you could argue in some cases, rightfully so in that we were trying to fight a war against infiltration communist revolution America. And he thought king was a leftist. So keep an eye on there. Also big time, racist back then. But the point is they weren't, they weren't after king, because he was black or after Kim because if it was a communist Hoover, so during their bugging, his room, they got they got bugs in his hotel room listening to what he's doing. Having an orgy in there. And how would you know that? Well, how about this Cording to the tapes? These are tapes recorded tapes, Martin Luther King watched and laughed, while one of his ministers, raped parishioner. Yeah, there's been good old boys back in the day. This was standard operating procedure back in the forties. Fifties and sixties on many sexual fronts. Kennedy same kind of thing he washed it laughed as a rape took place at an orgy. Another time he jokingly referred to himself, this king referred to himself as the head of the international social of sociation for the advancement of what was that thing? Donald Trump said he was going to grab can you remember what it was? I give you started with a P. So Martin Luther King is saying he is the head of on this tape from a hotel room international sociation for the advancement of the new fill that word eaters. Yeah. Martin Luther King, there's more, but you get the gist. So there you go. Now, why am I telling you this? My trying to shock you might trying to be crude. Am I trying to why are you talking about that? They run. That's not relevant. You're, you're Smerch. Ing, Dr Martin Luther. No, no, no. What I'm doing. I'm telling you factual history. And I'm telling you that Martin Luther King, although, great guy great work was just a fallible man. That's it. No more. No less not a God. So when they're ripping down robbery Lee statue and they're not ripping down mountains or king's statue. I would argue that points that they shouldn't be ripping down. Anybody statue most assuredly should not be ripping down, Martin Luther King statue. But they shouldn't be ripping down, Robert Lee's, statue either. Every one of these mo- foes, a, fellow man, and served a purpose in their time as that fallible man for good or bad for better for worse history. So there you have that's up on. We're on Facebook. I want to get to the rest of this insanity that's trying to up Rupe. Mister civil aviation and, you know, here's the main takeaway on this piece, pieces, titled white women can now go to dinner so they can be shamed for racism because daily caller, the reason I seized on this today is this is the kind of language that gets people murdered not somebody coming up on the street and shooting somebody because they say you're racist. This is the kind of thing that when they ever get power if the progressives ever get power, don't, don't look away from this. This is the kind of talk that gets a country to say, you know, this group of people is expendable, this group of people needs to be put over here in this holding situations holding scenario, otherwise, let's call it a concentration camp. They'd be put their concentrated here because. Well, they're not the right kind of people. They're, they're they don't. They don't deserve because they're not the right kind of people this. Kind of language is already being run out in America. It's big run out by many in Hollywood and many in echinacea around what they call client climate, deniers climate deniers. That'd be the people that think that this whole run-up toward no fossil fuel anymore. Those people are trying to keep fossil fuel they're evil and they need to be done away with, because they're not thinking properly, not just reeducated. They done away with if you discount this, then you don't know history. And it's ironic almost like a God thing that I have been put in close proximity with five different people the past year, come from countries where this kind of stuff happened, and people were pointing camps, and we're murdered and mass older. People been through this children. They say the same thing kind of language, you're hearing in American now scares us because parents used to talk about this in the countries we came. Now, what does that say allow me to tell you, what, that says, I'll make it real simple? And I'm right about. This says that the progressive mind is the progressive mind and never changes, no matter what culture, it's. You're on the edge..
"nobile" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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"nobile" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"The Republic of mutual saved to go to the hell in the west coast. All number as well. This one is number seven one. To this chart this league. Straight ahead. Yeah. That would've been very important those times would Nobile not. No. And then something just happened recently where there was a plane that crashed. And then the there were people that survived, and then they ended up in the local tell us that story. Jordan, the second World War one of the planes actually crashed on a beach nearby for both the men play in the plane survived the end up in a pub on the go to win the next morning. They were safe enough. Right. And there's men aren't here any longer. The memory of them stories living, and that's why because you know, how the Irish are. This story comes to life where every day. They didn't you know, it just happened. Somebody just said that to me, and I'm like what plane crash? So yeah, it was a few years ago when that happen. But there have been other things that if that happened here like for example, tell us the lure of the lighthouse because if you look at these clips you'll see this one little section where way off in the distance. There's a lighthouse and there's two there's a couple of interesting things about one that there's nobody manning the lighthouse no later. Later. She would have played very important rule. Nearly all of the fish go into Killybegs would have been passion by this late. Wow. And so the lighthouse hasn't been manned since what later hasn't been notions nineteen seventy four nineteen seventy four. But then there was some kind of curse or something that was put on the lighthouse was a small called DASA was banished to the Houston Patrick's or special into trouble. He spent seven years living on the pre and then repent today at the request only. He said that they ever come on how it will be three tragedy. Or the so when nineteen seventy four tomatoes keepers left the became on an habit. Litter Boulton crew or lost just behind the island. Year after that the third law just read in the corner to survivors from Houston of one of them living locally here. Wow. And that does.
"nobile" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warriorâ€™s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"I have to say that didn't serve me or any part of who. I I automatically. Am it didn't serve the women. I was in relationships with it didn't serve the friends of mine that asked to cover my trails. So break the good and bad perspective. Just break it. Stop telling yourself. You're not good enough. Stop telling yourself. You don't deserve things. Stop saying you're going to try to do something and just fucking start doing it. The reason why that is so tough and I'm going to sound like a broker record. But I will not apologize for it. Is because you don't have mentorship and accountability towards your plan. And when left your own devices you on the same old patterns that have gotten the same old results. I understand points as podcast come off as preachy. But I'm literally trying to get you understand. What has made me successful? I stopped saying try I started showing up for myself. I I stopped saying, yes. To other people. I started pouring in this shit. The matters for me, and I still don't have it all figured out. I posted this week on Thursday. I was shot. I haven't made enough time for myself. I don't have all that all worked out. I guess I'm doing tomorrow on a Saturday. I'm shutting off my damn cell phone and doing whatever it is that I wanna do all day. If you try to get hold of me, it's not gonna work that my wife, doesn't like it. God lover. I don't care. I'm doing me. 'cause I know I have to recalibrate it. Not I'm going to try to do those things I'm going to do it. So instead of me beating my drum right now sending on my soapbox. I must ask you where life or you trying to do things versus just making commitment either way. Are you trying to eat better when it's convenient? And the moment gets tough you throw in the talents. I adds Nobile just jump on my diet tomorrow. But then looking at yourself in the mirror in the evening and saying like address discuss it with how I look. That's the version of you that realizes you're capable of doing more that showing up to remind the old version of you the needs to go away kill that old version. You do it had me help you do it. Find somebody else to help you do it. Make it go away you deserve better. Semi was branch over into relationships. What you're gonna you're gonna try to show up as better, husband or wife? You're gonna try to be home with your family more. What I hear from that? You're going to do when it's convenient. When it's comfortable you're gonna show up when it becomes simple. Never going to my friend on to make it a priority. Stop trying just throw in the towel. You might as well. Go home tonight and say, I'm like a divorce. Because if you don't make a big change in your life. That's where it's going. Gotta porn of the people that matter. And maybe it's business, right? Maybe that's the thing. Like, I'm gonna try to go make forty phone calls a day. I'm gonna try to go on fifteen appointments. I'm gonna try to get this other stuff done. Are you really? Or are you just figuring out a way to justify mediocrity? Because I'm encourage you to realize that you truly deserve to be better than that. You're not mediocre your divine, and you deserve all the things in life. You possibly want. When you stop saying try, and you realize you deserve all the gifts. Life has offer. You figure out very quickly. How easy it is to get shit done.
"nobile" Discussed on The Writers Panel
"Sure. First and foremost shout out to the stage three production team. If not for my friendship with Phil Nobile junior who is the editor in chief and Gloria who's here tonight. This probably wouldn't be thing. I'm glad we were able to put our heads together. And I'm glad that Kelly also three believed in this vision. And I'm really glad that Danielle was able to help on board to really bring this together with the rest of the team. So I really appreciate them. I just want to say that first and foremost, so can I just jump can. I can I jump up because you're on the people that when we start doing you did the Friday night horror. I don't know if you know this. But once a month, she does something called Friday at her, and literally we get together this on Netflix, or it's on Amazon prime, and it's a bunch of us all over the world, and we watch horror movie, and then we live tweet. And then we talk trash, and then we have fun, and we have our libations. And I remember one of the earliest ones, I remember doing was the craft. And I remember we were live tweeting and all of a sudden Rachel she just jumped on to our feed, and we almost had a heart attack. You thought you were trolling this ain't really her from shale Ashley. And I were all ready also reached out and another thing, they know, some your filmmakers. I'm sorry jump in. When some people really actors like these esteem people, and they will up on them like sup. Can you help me with film? That's no, no, hi, my name is this is what I've done already. I've been in school. I've done this. I've done that. I did this short film. I show us what you already done before your bore these people with your lack of knowledge me too. I'm including myself in that like when you approach a stranger. You've got to think about how you're doing it, you know. So Ashley approach me in a really nice way. And that's probably why jumped in. Oh, okay. I was just there. We do the live tweet. And all of a sudden it was like, that's really Rachel. And it was and it was exciting. And I remember one of the things we say it was like how amazing your on. How how important your rollers, and it I don't know if you're comfortable talking about it because I know is in social media. Why not? Talk about that now. But I'll say the reason we had this film is we wanted to show our contributions have been so I don't know if you guys know there's another sides for Horace stuff is you know, there's the con- world where you go out. And you meet the the the fans of the movies and stuff. So I put out a tweet. I forgot people read my tweets. That's what happened. But I'm not sad. I did that because you know, I'm gonna group with four girls and I'm often excluded back from the publicity back in the day. I was excluded down I'm excluded. So I just spoke up for myself. And it was amazing. Thank you for doing that. I realized like I'm gonna hold eighty now. I can see it what I want. You need to stop. Because when we were doing that we were like tweeting on there's like, you know, she vampire because she looked the same. She did in the movie, and I think it's really rude that you can just sit up here. And just look that the same from that. Moment, if you knew about the contrive ac-, I will say this first of all called me, and I were friendly. She's one of the girls in the film. We had a lovely conversation. And she said to me, Rachel. It's just weird. You'll you look very similar to when we shot at your vampire, and then I said, oh, it's just a glamour and retreated lines from the movie we shot twenty three. And it was a real sweet moment, and that's awesome. So let me let me to hear low bit..
"nobile" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men
"She sort of the ultimate cool kid nineties. Nihilist? She talks a couple times about how. Yes, she knows that every time she uses her powers, it could basically end the world or at least mostly in the world, and she doesn't give shit. So I feel like she probably wouldn't have the patience to go to class and take notes and stuff. And that's why when push comes to shove alchemy will always win. I was gonna say that's why captain America's cooler than ironman because he's all about earnestness iron man's all about irony in iron man, can suck fuck that jerk. But they are also both about understanding the forces they're working with. Well. That's very true so Sienna blaze. Basically, you're not as cool as either of them. Speaking of understanding the forces you're working with when a move onto strategy the situation that exude your storm in cyclops in reeds to me like some kind of incredibly complex word problem, you're stranded in a deadly environment with concussed paraplegic telepathic the person who could repair any of your acquaintances. Functionally blind and has maybe a couple hours before his injuries become life threatening. You are in the remains of a plane, which are too heavy for your weather manipulator to move even where she not severely compromised by the side effects of the blast. Took you down. You have no means of contacting the outside world wants Nobile at not nearly enough fuel to reach anything. Even if you knew anything was also at least initially. You're all separated and the wind is too loud to carry sound over any significant distance sounds like the world's most expensive escape room. Oh, God, the world's most expensive and unpleasant escape room. I don't know. I was in this sort of serial killer saw themed escape room awhile back, and that was really scary. So I prefer this one. Although it was also really fun. So maybe I wouldn't well as in any good escape room. The answer. Here is basically really good teamwork which these three execute from the moment of the attack and in particular teamwork that's aided by the fact that they know each other really really well, in addition to all being brilliant and fairly different strategists. And that's one of the things I especially appreciate about this issue cyclops and storm haven't really been on the same team in a very long time. Like cyclops was X factor. Forever storms leading the X men. And even once they were all ex men. They were the leaders of different squads and everybody forgets Whelp. Some people forget that storm cyclops have an enormous amount of history. Together they worked together for ages. They the whole thing were storm took over the X men from cyclops got complex and Tanglin. They're all these emotions, and it's so nice to see the two of them working on a goal together. Without a bunch of other character, stealing the spotlight we've seen that a lot on an offer the years, just how close the two of them are as friends something else. We haven't seen a lot of those exhibitor in basically appear relationship with either of them, as, you know, another of the x men leaders, which is very much the case here, I'm not gonna go into the details of every stage of this because it's basically a lot of long running problem solving. And honestly, you should all go read the issue yourselves. It's unmarked unlimited. And if you're not on marvel limited it's very very easy to find physical copies of for very cheap. But I will give one really good example from the beginning of of the issue after they've crashed when cyclops wakes up unable to see because his he doesn't have his visor anymore in the snow. His voice doesn't carry enough to call out to anyone? But he's able to basically think as loudly as he can which wakes exhibit here up and then exert your has cyclops piggyback on. Executor site to go get to storm. Yes, cyclops is seeing himself move toward his own field division because he's looking through Xavier's is it's so cool. Like, Scott lob dole as a writer..
"nobile" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"So my friend group is kind of going through this right now where there was one guy and two of my friends met him at the same time and one friend ended up dating him. And now they're in a super feud. It's splitting everybody apart. But only one person is dating him was the other personal hurt. I don't know. I can't answer these questions. We're all asking we're all looking at each other going. I don't know what's happening. But it's not good. Yeah. So listen, it's complicated. You know, how it is? If you're dating someone and they break up with you sometimes down deep, you know, this wasn't gonna last anyway. Okay. Nobile, but another part is like, well that means I was dumped right? That means I lost some kind of game. And I think this sort of has something to do with that. Well, there's two of you who are friends one of you chosen one of you doesn't person you're both going for. So the person that doesn't feel slighted by the other one's great butthurt. And you wonder why what did they have that? I didn't have a wide. Why are you tell you? We're all striving too. This is also the reason why when you knew. Find out that like their dating somebody else, and they broke up with you or whatever. That's the reason why you're like, well, I gotta look good. Like they have to see what they're out on. That person have that. I don't right. I haven't do that with like once you've broken up with somebody on the other side of it. And they start to date the new person. Oh, let me just a quick little Google on this. And then you go like, yeah. So much better. You scary. What happened? I was on this awesome date. Once it was a great dinner. We were having a great time we gelled, and then I said, oh, let's go to bar. Meet my buddy of mine, bad move. My buddy starts connecting with her better than I did. And next thing. I know he's dating her. He just left me that wasn't a bad move for your buddy, ain't no he dated, but the flex six months now what about the girl that straight Nate dated that you took her out on a date. Yeah. I know about this. I must have been doing Howard show that day. I don't remember that like, okay. Well, it happened at what happened was Nate was dating this girl. And then the next thing you knows he finds out scares dating him. And I'm telling you train now, you're eskimo brothers. No both made out with the same girl redo, that's nasty. That would make when you kissed her lips. Did they taste like Nate? Did they take like murderer taste murderer? Oh my God. The new show.
"nobile" Discussed on Upgrade
"If someone's forcing some company like some display manufacturer to make these displays full them is at least beginning the process of going down that road to where it could be a good product. Right. So I think that that everybody needs it as well. Because you never know what's going to take off. And it might be some widow design like catches the eye of someone somewhere else, and they make a bet of of it. So I like it because it's interesting, and I applaud these companies for taking these swings. Even though most of the time they end up in MRs. But I think twenty nineteen we will remember it. This is the year of the first flexible phones. Yeah. I I draw a line between there are the companies that are really trying to do something unique and and they fail because the tech not ready yet. And they were they were too soon. They were. Really enthusiastic, but they just couldn't get it together. And then there are the companies that are just shamelessly shoveling garbage trying to jump on a bandwagon right down. I respect I respect the first group though, I feel bad for them. And I I guess I think you're right in the sense that this is part of the evolution of technology. Is that you get this first generation of tech that somebody some manufacturer comes up with and they sell it. But they know it's not very good. And everybody knows it's not very good. But at least it's new and they'll give it a try and eventually like everybody learns and it gets refined. I think I might argue that if you didn't have if you only had kind of like, the major prestige manufacturers and the game instead of these smaller companies that the pace would probably be a little slower because they might be a little more reluctant to put out something that is nonsense just to see what happens, and and the truth is like if if apple were the only one what would happen is that nothing would happen for like three years. And then they would be like now, we've got it. And we wouldn't know whether they've got it or not because I do think apple does learn from the mistakes of others, and that's one of the reasons apple around. So yeah, I think any end it's a it's a entertaining time, and it's you know, mostly necessary. Some of it is unnecessary, and those are the ones that are probably the easiest point and laugh at but. But no, I think it's I think it's fun. We're entering a period. Where if you're a smartphone fire, the right thing to do may just be to do nothing and sit on the sidelines while this goes on because that's quite frankly, why they're doing it is they're trying to get you off the sidelines to buy new phones by giving you shiny new features that you didn't know you wanted, and you may not actually need, and that's where we are with smartphones. Now, I think. Jason I wanted to tell you too. I have any favorite ipad, stand of bell. Hold in this one for a bit dim wanna talk about it until is completely convinced. But I think I may have found the perfect type stand. Okay. So I've been spending most of my time with vise on stand by that other stand the Tabah that you recommended which is which can get slightly taller. But I don't like it as much because it's more kind of weird and fiddly to put it in in the stand. So here here's before we get to this. So I saw your Amazon link in our shared show document. And I went and looked at it. And it looks interesting this this stand, but the question I have is always the question. I'm going to have which is does it make the ipad go appreciably higher because the one problem I have with Vyas on stand is as much as I like it, and I use it all the time. It's not you know, I it could be higher. It's not the most organically appropriate height on my table. Yes. Eighteen. Eighteen inches from the table. It is wild. I can sit table now in publicly straight and the ipad, isn't my I with this thing the clear look stand a found an Amazon Nobile Lincoln shown us clearly with a K eve eighteen inches the standard surprisingly stable like I can tap on the screen and look there is a little wobble..
"nobile" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"If she fact it. Sixty seven days to go. The country deserves better than a massive game of chicken in the Tory party. When will the prime minister recognized she needs to move. The. That she talks about the issue of not deal. It is not is not good enough simply to say that somebody doesn't want no deal. You could only deliver not having known deal as I've said in two ways, the maybe members of the liberal Democrat party, how the different view from me on whether or not we should stay in the European Union. I believe we should honor the result of the referendum in twenty sixty. But the only other way to ensure that we don't leave with no deal is to leave with a deal. It's pretty simple. No, come the prime minister's recognition of the difficulties that have been raised around. So when the prime minister goes to Brussels. Is she prepared to reopen? The texts of the witch in order trashy address, many of the concerns that she has many many members of the house because. What we are doing is talking to members across this house ought to identify the various ways in which it would be possible to address this issue of the fax number of options have been raised with us. And we're looking at all those options that are being raised. Leslie when the promises says, there are only two ways to rule after no deal story. Why does she keep leaving the option of a people? It's true that would involve extending seeking six fifty. I would be for a very specific reason of the democratic sense of the British people rather than seeking to extend. Article fifty for no specific reason. So on this issue for her and for the labor party from bench, isn't this? Now, a time for leadership and decision making and not prevarication and delay. The decision was made in two thousand sixteen while the British people we should leave the European Union. And that's what we're delivering. David james. Mr Speaker, the Irish government has warned of the likely adverse economic and social impact on the Republic of Nobile Brexit, given the extent of that country's reliance on the economy. Since the fax stock is probably the greatest impediments to. Negotiated. Brexit Cammarata friend confirmed that she maintains bilateral discussions with the Irish government with a view to acetate if at all possible, we can put forward an agreed position to the European Union. We will do continue to talk to the Irish government about their position in relationship backstop. The forward position, of course, is that this issue of customs across the border dealing with the border isn't a you competence and therefore an individual Member State competence. But of course, the position that the Irish government takes will be an important element of any consideration to any proposals that we put forward, and we will continue to talk to them. Rachel reeves. Thank him to say, the prime minister says that she wants to find a way forward, but without allowing parliament to vote on different options. It's.
"nobile" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"We're delivering. Mr Speaker, the Irish government has warned of the likely adverse economic and social impact on the Republic of Nobile Brexit, given the extent of that country's reliance on the economy. Since the backstop is probably the greatest impediments to negotiated Brexit confirmed that she maintains bilateral discussions with the Irish government with a view to acetate if at all possible, we can put forward an agreed position to the European Union. We will we do continue to talk to the Irish government about their position in relation to the forward position. Of course, is that this issue of customers across the border dealing with the border isn't a you competence and therefore. An individual Member State competence. But of course, the position that the Irish government takes will be an important element of any consideration is to any proposals that we put forward, and we will continue to talk to the British Prime Minister Theresa may. Thank you, Mr Speaker. The prime minister says that she wants to find a way forward, but without allowing parliament to vote on different options. It's unclear how we can discover where consensus lies truth any alternative to the prime minister's Dale, whether it's the noise. Canada customs union, or indeed the people's vote all of them require more times, negotiate. What's it got back to the country? The prime minister says extending who fifty is just putting off the decision, but the truth is failing to build a consensus only way that we can leave without a deal. Now, her deal has been roundly rejected by this house is to extend Article V eight and either this late stage will the prime minister not now agreed to do that. Relating the we are continuing to work to see what would secure support of this house deal was accused of this house such that we could leave the European Union with a deal, but also saves the honorable lady the extending articles fifty is not just the sort of great hope that she has sold. Everything it defers the decision point that needs to be taken. There are limitations to what will be possible. This is not a decision for the United Kingdom, and the EU would be highly unlikely to agree an extension to article fifty unless they had the prospect that there was an agreement that there was a deal that would be delivered talks to ensure that we can identify. What deal can be delivered is what we're engaging.
"nobile" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We're here today is still with us. One of our Bloomberg colleagues over there in the UK, so Maria, not a huge surprise is where we thought it would go anything jump out at you. As you heard the results. I would say a just went according to script we need at the same antiques who voted down to her deal with vote today. The kids the conservative skin want to see the opposition and power. It is clear as day to really not gonna go anywhere. Would I would say as mold just after the result with announced that that she wants to have cross-party talks with members of the opposition? And again, this goes back to the idea, which would just mentioned about the that. She knows the deal. She has now it's not going to clear, the UK parliament and the way it is. And she will probably have to reach out to members of the opposition to try to get something in between. So I gotta ask you started to talk about this a little bit earlier. And then I think we were we had to jump but talk to us about the EU and their position at this point. What they're saying what you've heard and kind of what they do. In the meantime. As the UK tries to pull another deal together. Right. So let's say I'm that from things from the eyes of the European Union. They know and for them. It's very clear that the deal they have and the deal that took two years to make stress up. It was a deal that was for two years. It's not gonna fly at stop simple. And they really want to hear from me who could be in Brussels this week. What is it that she needs to get it done? But in a very specific way they wanted to hear from the prime minister, I need ABC NBC to get this done until now they feel the because a country so divided and because the country has really struggled to define its relationship with the ease. They still haven't gotten to that point until they do that. There's nothing there's nothing that can flex two hundred five against me yesterday to two hundred votes in favour now. And then Secondly, I think the conversations now switched to the breakfast deadline. If you remember the UK was supposed to. Leave the European Union and marched, right, right? Special thing. This is not gonna happen. We'll have to stay longer Maria put it into perspective. You know, we're watching the Bloomberg live blog and Jeffrey Corbin of the labor party coming out and saying that the government the UK government to remove the prospect of a no deal Brexit before he can talk about anything further with the UK, prime minister, prime minister may has declined to do. So what why is that such an important provision to get there as these talks, go back and forth? Why why is it so contentious? Right. Has said that they want to send a very clear message Nobile ready as not in competition. I have to say in the eyes of the European Union. They think this is an empty threat. There's just two months ago, the UK cannot afford NBA is that the EU to go deal. It's that simple. But for prime minister may and you have to consider that there are many of her own colleagues. He think you should just go for a clean break. The voice stats. She's been very soft. Because she should've said I'm walking out. If you don't give me what I want. It's no deal on me. Then this is something that she's not done. But she continues to say, well it still one of the options. She obviously worked to keep some of the hardcore Brexit is in line, and they want that threat to stay alive because they think it might be an impossibility prime minister me for two years made it very clear that she wants to get the deals out. Well and Maria this is after all Bloomberg. And we've been watching this. We're talking with our boss John Mickel played about this yesterday. The market seemed to be at least so far sort of. Taking this in stride leading this all play out. I mean, I was looking at the pound not moving too much. It was a little there's a little turbulence throughout the day. But you know, it's it's up a fraction of one percent at this point versus the dollar. What do you make of how the markets are reacting or not reacting here? Not reacting. I think it was a good way to put it. I would say three things one is the fact that he is there is no majority hate to get over. There is no majority go no deal and for the market that is a moist. I would say severe scenario. The fact that every time we pick something to vote becomes clear that the vast majority of MP's don't wanna go dot way. Kinda makes them feel relieved. Okay. Is going to be a deal freedom. No. But everyone wants to get the deal. And I would also say everyone probably after yesterday's, thanks. This is just gonna go on and on and on and on really not faith in a real deadline in two months the ears already operating on the basis that the UK will ask for an extension of article fifty that is the Brexit date. And ultimately, even for prime minister me if she wants to leave, and she's made it clear, she wants Brexit. It's very difficult to get legislation done in two months. That means another extension for the market. They'd probably think no deals probably not going to happen and anything beyond actually points, your Brexit. All right. We're gonna leave it on that. Now Maria today. Oh, thank you so much. Bloomberg news reporter there in London with an update on the latest on that confidence vote for the UK prime minister. But it will continue the wrangling will continue. Well, and we're seeing some wrangling going on right now as we look at parliament, we continue to they are journeyed it appears. We have been hearing from a Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the labour opposition party there. He and Theresa May going back and forth, but to recap UK's may winning a vote of confidence in her government the parliament voting today. And now saying that as soon as tonight, she is going to gather up some of the opposition party multiparty talks to try and get a new deal and said they will reconvene on Monday potential with the new deal to present to the parliament. And there's an interesting thing. Let's not forget that. There are no rules on when the next no confidence vote can be held in the government. Theresa May is safe as leader of her party. Because of that previous no confidence vote in December. It's another year before that can.
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