35 Burst results for "Oliver"

Stars beat Kraken 2-1 in G7 to advance to West final, Johnston scores day after 20th birthday

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Stars beat Kraken 2-1 in G7 to advance to West final, Johnston scores day after 20th birthday

"The Dallas stars defeated the Seattle kraken two to one in the decisive 7th game of their second round playoff series, advanced to the Western Conference Finals against Las Vegas. Jake gottinger stopped 21 of 22 shots for the stars. Dallas coach Pete deboer now 7 O in game 7s in the playoffs. It was our best team game of the playoffs. I knew our group would respond to have all year individually and collectively as a team and they didn't disappoint. Rope Hanson, why a Johnson scored for the stores while Oliver Björk's fan got the lone Seattle goal. Bob Stevens Dallas

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 2:14 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 2:14 a.m. EDT

"AP sports and Mike Reeves three game 7s were on the pro sports docket Sunday, including in the NBA where the defending champion Golden State Warriors got 50 points from Steph Curry to defeat Sacramento one 20 to 100. It was the first time in NBA history a player scored 50 points in a game 7 in game one of their Eastern Conference semifinal series, the heat won in New York against the Knicks one O 8 one O one led by Jimmy Butler who scored 25 points but suffered a right ankle injury late in the game. The other game 7s were in the NHL where the Florida Panthers defeated the bruins four to three in overtime Boston set league records for regular season wins and points this season Carter verhage scored the game winner Seattle beat Colorado two to one eliminating the defending Stanley Cup champions Oliver bureau strand scored both kraken goals. Tony finau won the PGA's Mexico open and Taylor gooch won the Liv golf invitational in Singapore in a playoff against Sergio Garcia, rain postponed the NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover motor speedway. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.

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Oliver Darcy: Tucker Carlson Made Sean Hannity Look Like a Moderate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | Last month

Oliver Darcy: Tucker Carlson Made Sean Hannity Look Like a Moderate

"Here's a clown at CNN He used to pretend to be a conservative Oliver Darcy He already gets it He's got it down He's already he thinks he's noticed the wink and the nod here Check this out Listen He is so extreme I mean the things that he was doing on this program make Sean Hannity look like a moderate I mean it started off more as he was a mainstream conservative figure but he has really been radicalized in recent years and he's also radicalized his audience I mean the things that were promoted on his show used to be what you would see on InfoWars which is that far right company hosted and founded by Alex Jones He was also facing over a $1 billion in legal problems but it was being mainstream to the Fox News audience which is obviously very dangerous And so it's potentially possible that Fox thinks it can get away with some more like Sean Hannity who promotes a lot of conspiracy theories himself but is a little bit more mainstream not as radical as talking Do you understand they had the exact opposite position Just a few years ago when John was backing Donald Trump and a lot of mainstream Republicans were backing Ted Cruz they had the exact opposite position Oh my gosh these other people on Fox are okay but how did he so crazy This is what they do They flipped the script based on who's got raiden

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Special forces swiftly evacuate US embassy staff from Sudan

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Special forces swiftly evacuate US embassy staff from Sudan

"The U.S. embassy and its personnel have been evacuated from war ravaged Sudan. As the warring military factions in Sudan continue fighting for control of the country. U.S. special operations forces swoop down into the capital, Khartoum, loading up some 70 embassy personnel into helicopters and flying them out. There were no shots fired. And the military was on the ground for less than an hour. British, deputy prime minister Oliver dowden did not want to discuss any operations involving his country's nationals. Make sure they stay indoors that they stay safe and that they get in contact with the foreign office. Once the American diplomatic staffers were safely out of Khartoum, President Biden called for an end to this unconscionable violence. I'm Jackie Quinn

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UK bans TikTok on government phones on security grounds

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

UK bans TikTok on government phones on security grounds

"British authorities say they're banning the Chinese owned video sharing app TikTok from government to mobile phones on security grounds. Following similar moves by the U.S. and the EU. Cabinet office minister Oliver Daven has told parliament the ban will apply to work phones and other devices used by government ministers and civil servants. It does not apply to personal phones and devices. The moves were prompted by growing concerns that TikTok's parent company ByteDance would give user data such as browsing history and location to the Chinese government or push propaganda and misinformation on its behalf. The U.S. government, mandated last month that employees of federal agencies have to delete TikTok from all government issued mobile devices, while Belgium and some other EU countries have also temporarily banned the app from employee phones. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Bjorkstrand's OT goal gives Kraken 5-4 win over Red Wings

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Bjorkstrand's OT goal gives Kraken 5-4 win over Red Wings

"Oliver bjorksten scores a pair of goals, including the overtime winner to push the crack and pass the red wings 5 to four. After squandering a two goal lead, Seattle hung on and drew a penalty in the extra session, which led to the orchestra's 13th of the season pushing the cracking into a third place time with the oilers and the Pacific. That's huge. Sometimes she's got to find a way and it's one of those nights we found a way. And you can look at the standings, it's closed, so we can't really afford to lose many games, so these games are huge. The right wings gave up three first period goals playing their fourth game in 6 days and first since trading away Philip Veronica and Tyler bertuzzi. Denny cop Detroit

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Tottenham adds to Chelsea's woes

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Tottenham adds to Chelsea's woes

"Titan and solidified its hold on a Champions League birth with a two nil win over reeling Chelsea. Oliver skip and Harry Kane did the scoring for spurs with Kane adding to his team record for career goals. Skip open the scoring in the first minute of the second half. Spurs of four points clear of 5th place Newcastle, which has two games in hand. Meanwhile, Chelsea has scored just once in its last 6 games and is one just twice since mid October. Chelsea is tenth in the league and 14 points out of a Champions League birth. I'm Dave ferry.

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CNN: FOX News Saw Newsmax, Election Fraud Claims as a Threat

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 3 months ago

CNN: FOX News Saw Newsmax, Election Fraud Claims as a Threat

"Morning, some of the biggest stars and top executives at Fox News were privately making fun of for president Trump's claims about election fraud. Even as the network was allowing those laws to be promoted on air, that is according to damning messages damning messages in a new court filing that was out yesterday, the messages are included in dominion's $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News, they show that Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, loring room, brutally mocked the 2020 election lies that Trump and his allies were pushing at the time. And one exchange, Carlson, texted Ingram saying that Sidney Powell that attorney who was in and out of the Trump White House was quote lying and that he had quote caught her doing so. Ingram responded, Sydney is a complete nut. No one will work with her. Ditto with Rudy. He continued, quote, our viewers are good people and they believe it. Joining us now with his reporting on this lawsuit is CNN senior media reporter Oliver Darcy. It's remarkable to see these text messages, but also to have seen what was being said publicly. You know, I was covering The White House at that time to see how White House officials were watching to see what Fox was saying about the election. I think these messages really just exposed Fox News as a propaganda network. That's what they do at the core. I mean, they show in excruciating detail that the highest ranking executives at Fox News, Rupert Murdoch, Suzanne Scott, the CEO, as well as some of the top hosts like you just mentioned, Sean Hannity Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, they knew they privately knew these election claim frauds, a fraud claims from the Trump team were nonsense. They used very harsh language to describe them, but they allowed these lies to take hold on the network's air. And they show these messages show that the talents over at Fox News and the executives were very worried after the election of the audience rebelling, that they were going to newsmax. You'll remember that Donald Trump was attacking Fox News saying, turn the channel, go to this newsmax channel, which is saturating the airwaves with election denialism.

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Tarasenko thrills crowd with goal in Ranger debut

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Tarasenko thrills crowd with goal in Ranger debut

"Vladimir tarasenko scored in his rangers debut, a 6 three verdict over the kraken. Tarasenko opened the scoring just two 49 into the game. One day after being acquired by New York from St. Louis. And the mixed game for us, but just a good day and a great day. And I'm very excited. Capo caco made it two zero just two 12 later. Capo Ryan lindgren and Vincent roch each provided a goal on an assist to back Igor shishkin, who handled 26 shots in the rangers fourth consecutive win. Oliver Björk's friend had a goal on an assist for the kraken, who went zero and three through the New York area this week.

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Classical Liberalism vs. Libertarianism With Jason Pye

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Classical Liberalism vs. Libertarianism With Jason Pye

"Said a buzzword earlier that I was trying to get a word in, but you mentioned the term classical liberal. And that's largely how I identify my philosophical views these days is classical liberal, which is not modern liberalism, is actually more in tune and more in line with what the founding fathers believe and so I would refer to myself as a classical liberal. We don't have everybody heading to Wikipedia on this. Yes, we are. But no, but which the modern day, the classical liberal and libertarian have been somewhat intertwined. I am not, I am no longer a member of the Libertarian Party. For precisely this reason. And it's because the Libertarian Party does not take itself seriously. And I'll get to just give me one to indulge me for a second here. Okay. There are two very good liberty libertarian candidates who are running. And if I were still a registered voter in Georgia, I would vote for them. And one of those is Chase Oliver, who is the nominee for U.S. Senate. And the other one's Ryan Graham, who's running full lieutenant governor. Both very good guys, both very smart guys who are talking about issues from a classical liberal libertarian perspective that I tend to agree with. Shane hazel should not be in this race. If he had any dignity, he would drop out. And the reason reason for that is is precisely what the things you said. He's belligerent. He says random stuff. He is not a serious candidate if his goal is to throw this into a runoff, then why are you running? And you're right. It's going to cost taxpayers in Georgia millions of dollars statewide. Because in these counties, some of these small counties who are already facing budget crunches are going to have to find the money to do a runoff. And this is fundamentally my issue with libertarian candidates. They don't run to when they don't, and because they can't win. And

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Washington Post Staffers Livid at Fred Ryan, Impending Layoffs

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Washington Post Staffers Livid at Fred Ryan, Impending Layoffs

"At CNN Oliver Darcy Staffers at The Washington Post are livid at publisher Fred Ryan Freddy According to conversations he said I had on Wednesday with nearly a dozen employees at the compost Who expressed fury at the way Frederick Ryan announced in a town hall that the company would undergo layoffs in early 2023 was never sort of a people person Freddie Ryan I never met him but I understand he was never a people person He was trying to kiss some donors asked to get donations Ryan said that the layoffs would only amount to a single digit percentage of the workforce Yeah but what if you're part of the single digit like your IQ And that the overall size of the company would not shrink given there would be reinvestments in other areas but none of that quelled outrage from Stanford You know we're only cutting 1% It may include you and we're going to reinvest the money So think of the big picture What an idiot Now the staffers at the compost were already seeking answers over the way their colleagues who worked on the now canceled Sunday magazine were summarily let go last month

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Don Lemon: Does Elon Musk Want Us Talking About Twitter Rules?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:25 min | 5 months ago

Don Lemon: Does Elon Musk Want Us Talking About Twitter Rules?

"Now he's on in the mornings, cut number four. I think this is going to have a major chilling effect actually on Twitter because now there are no rules. It's clear there are no rules. If you irritate Elon Musk, you can get banned from the platform. But Oliver, we're talking about it. We're talking about, is this what he wants? That we are talking about it. It doesn't matter, and then all of a sudden, donating everybody's going to be reinstated and it's a whole Trump thing where you own the news cycle for it. The next 24 hours and then you do something else that is hyperbolic and outrageous. And then you own the news cycle. Why are we doing it? I think it's what's important. It's one of these cases where it's difficult, right? You don't want to give someone attention if they're just looking for attention. All right, and it goes on and on and on. Everybody's all upset about this. CNN putting out a statement they're threatening to pull all of their reporters, all of their accounts off Twitter. You've got all these other people at AOC is now accusing Elon Musk of being a fascist. So you've got Congress involved now. They're demanding investigations. It's unbelievable. It's off the charts. They're hyperventilating ladies and gentlemen. And they actually do believe that what happened on Twitter last night is worse than 9 11 and J 6 combined. It's horrible. Horrible. That's an evil man. Well, all right, you may think that, but you know what it just platforms. CNN, you don't want to be there fine. Goodbye.

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Nelson scores 2 to lead Islanders to 6-4 win over Devils

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Nelson scores 2 to lead Islanders to 6-4 win over Devils

"Brock Nelson scored twice as the islanders handed the Devils just their second regulation loss in their last 21 games, 6 to four. I'm just trying to get out there and impact both sides and offensively for sure on the power play trying to take advantage of some more shots and more opportunities and then 5 O 5. Cal clutterbuck had a goal and an assist to help New York win for the 8th time in its last ten trips to Newark. Casey Suzuki's and Oliver wahlstrom scored 34 seconds apart early in the second period, putting the islanders they had four one. Jack Hughes had a goal and an assist for the metropolitan division leaders. Nico hsia scored 5 and a half minutes in to give New Jersey its only lead. I'm Dave ferry.

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Parkland school killer formally sentenced to life in prison

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Parkland school killer formally sentenced to life in prison

"Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz formally received a sentence of life in prison without parole Families of the victims at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school spent two days saying what they feel about Cruz People like you don't deserve a space here Manuel Oliver objected to the jury's decision not to sentence Cruz to death He says Cruz killed his son in 16 others for fame Whoever takes care of you Will own that fame And someone Cruz also heard from survivors of the shooting Without your stupid gun you are nothing Student Samantha Fuentes told crews the community is stronger than the hate that he gives I assure you that I will be excitedly anticipating your demise And I will assure you that you will remember my face And it will make you sick Crew showed no emotion in the courtroom I'm Ed Donahue

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Bailey, Nelson lift Islanders past Hurricanes 6-2

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Bailey, Nelson lift Islanders past Hurricanes 6-2

"The islanders even their record at four and four with a 6 two victory at Carolina Josh Bailey scored the go ahead goal and it's 1000th NHL game all with the aisles I was able to put a good move on them and put it in the back of the net certainly certainly felt good Brock Nelson scored twice in the third period for New York which also received goals from Matt Martin Zach Paris and Oliver wallstrom Ilya siroc had made 33 saves in the islanders set an NHL record for consecutive games without allowing a power play goal to start a season Martin Nietzsche Brent burns scored for the hurricanes who were coming off a three one and one road trip I'm Dave ferry

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Jason Pye Shares His Take on the Warnock-Walker Race in Georgia

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 8 months ago

Jason Pye Shares His Take on the Warnock-Walker Race in Georgia

"Real quickly, your take on the walker Warnock libertarian, why do you say, I mean, Warnock, I mean, there's been a lot of arguments, but he can't get over 50. Walk right and get over 50. You know, you know, you can sort of say, well, walker's had these other issues, but Warnock's had some other issues, but walker, he's also spent a $100 million using income, but any ideas? Ultimately, on that race, I think if it's a runoff, if it goes to a runoff, which I don't know where I come down on it, it will or not. But if the consensus month behind the behind the closed door consensus is beginning more and more on the Republican little walker camp and the Warnock camp, I've had some contact sort of endometriosis about they are now setting aside substantial thought to a runoff. Interesting. If it goes to a runoff, you know, I'm going to give it to walker. I think he ultimately wins. But when someone like chase Oliver, chase, and this is part of being involved in a third party and having a third party background because I was back in 2000 6, I was 2005, 2006. I was state party chairman for the Libertarian Party in Georgia. At the age of 25 years old, I don't recommend that to anyone by the way. With Chase Oliver, he says things from a perspective that I agree with. On both markets and social issues because Chase is the first gay Republican Senate nominee in Georgia history. And he brings that interesting perspective, which made scare off a lot of conservatives. And I disagree, but I respect it. But with Warnock, I think the biggest problem he's facing is. I'm a George bulldogs fan. I don't have my Georgia bulldog. I'm not in my office, so I don't have much. All my stuff. I got my Kirby smart ball there. There we go. Yeah, I'm so jealous. So with walker, I respect him and I thought he was a great running back for UGA. I mean, prior to the last national to the championship, they just won. The last championship they won before that was the year I was born.

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Why Jason Pye Identifies as a 'Classical Liberal'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:56 min | 8 months ago

Why Jason Pye Identifies as a 'Classical Liberal'

"Preface this conversation by saying, you know, Doug, you said a buzzword earlier that I was trying to get a word in, but you mentioned the term classical liberal. And that's largely how I identify my philosophical views these days is classical liberal, which is not modern liberalism, is actually more in tune and more in line with what the founding fathers believe and so I would refer to myself as a classical liberal. We don't have everybody heading to Wikipedia on this. Yes, we are. But which the modern day, the classical liberal and libertarian have been somewhat intertwined. I am not, I am no longer a member of the Libertarian Party. For precisely this reason. And it's because the Libertarian Party does not take itself seriously. And I'll get to just give me one to indulge me for a second here. Okay. There are two very good libertarian candidates who are running. And if I were still a registered voter in Georgia, I would vote for them. And one of those is Chase Oliver, who is the nominee for U.S. Senate. And the other one's Ryan Graham, who's running through lieutenant governor. Both very good guys, both very smart guys who are talking about issues from a classical liberal libertarian perspective that I tend to agree with. Shane hazel should not be in this race. If he had any dignity, he would drop out. And the reason reason for that is, is be precisely the things you said. He's belligerent. He says random stuff. He is not a serious candidate if his goal is to throw this into a runoff, then why are you running? And you're right. It's going to cost taxpayers in Georgia millions of dollars statewide. Because in these counties, some of these small counties who are already facing budget crunches are going to have to find the money to do a runoff and this is fundamentally my issue with libertarian candidates. They don't run to win. And because they can't win. And

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Brian Stelter Is Excited About the Funding for IRS Expansion

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 10 months ago

Brian Stelter Is Excited About the Funding for IRS Expansion

"Here we have Brian stelter On CNN you would think he would go the way of Jeffrey toobin Not yet Cut 17 go Oliver you know we've got short shrift this week The house passing that historic climate bill the inflation reduction act One of the components of the bill is a lot more funding for the IRS to hire He's in talks like a it's a historic Bill ladies and gentlemen Historic Until CNN cleans out the radical Democrats the low IQ dummies It will always be viewed as the constipated news network to us Go ahead The more IRS agents in order to try to make sure people are paying how much they're supposed to pay what was that called on the right It was called a terrifying overreach by the government The reason I'm bringing it up These guys are perfectly fine with tyranny totalitarianism Abuse of power violations of the constitution and all the rest as long as their team quote unquote is in power Not me I see no use for doubling the IRS And undermining the border patrol He doesn't talk this way when it comes to police officers How come the IRS agents aren't a white dominant systemically discriminatory bunch mister producer How come IRS agents Aren't part of the white dominant society Um But the cops are But the border patrol is even though half of them are Hispanic Go ahead Let's just call it what it is Maga media is hatred of government Shut up you moron

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"oliver" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"So all you gotta do is look at what makes you stop. If you stop at a picture that's bright red, then you can safely assume that other version of you who's out there figuring it out, trying to get to where you're at. They're going to do the same thing. So it's not as difficult as we make it sometimes to get people to stop. And just like you said, when the algorithm hits, if you get them to stop 5, 6 times, then it's going to just push up, push up, push up your thumbnail, push up your video. So the first thing they want to do. And then God forbid they start clicking on it. Oh, lord knows, they start clicking on it, being you're definitely going to definitely got to be set. But it all starts with figuring out who the avatar is figuring out who that person is you want to talk to. And just build the conversation to talk to them. Yeah. I think it's important to pause for a moment. Definitely to talk with you, Oliver, but also to make sure that the listener completely understands. This is not a real estate investing show. Oliver's mentioned a lot of times like all these insider things. I wholesale properties or I want all these doors. He's also mentioned a couple of times like examples. As real estate investors, we do this. And I know you're probably not a real estate investor. You're probably a life coach or you have a different type of business. You serve podcasters. Whatever it is that you're doing, these things can apply to you as well. So I don't want anyone to feel like, hey, you're left out because you're not into real estate. You don't have to be into that. This is the podcast on podcasting. And about anything that your podcast is going to be about or is already about..

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"oliver" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"More on met pro later in this episode. On today's episode, American film director and screenwriter, Oliver Stone. The point is there's no mainstream media has covered this documentary that no one's dealt with the facts in the document, and I've had a few mainstream articles that slam me as an idiot. I'm not a conspiracy theorist. I've never followed conspiracies on the truth. I'm a true seeker because it's an important probably the most important issue of my lifetime and I realize that now is the older I get. Hey, welcome to the dose, a show dedicated to deep and engaging conversations highlighting individuals that are in the pursuit of authentic and courageous leadership who approach life with insatiable curiosity bull action and common sense in these divisive and uncommon times. It's my hope you take something away from each and every one of these conversations and apply it to your own life, as we all intentionally attempt to become the best we can possibly be. By living out our purpose and calling, committing to life a service and helping make this place better than we found it. All American screenwriter and director Oliver snow doesn't need much of an introduction. You certainly probably know who he is, became prominent in the 80s and 90s for all his great films platoon born on 4th of July, the doors, natural born killers, and of course JFK. That's a big reason why I brought him on the show today 'cause he's got a brand new documentary called JFK revisited through the looking glass available on showtime right now for two hours in additional two hours, so four hours gonna be available wider in February on various streaming sources. I highly encourage you to check it out. I've been a big fan of all her stone forever. And I wanted to bring him on this show because this is about having conversations with people who are insatiably curious. They're bold in their beliefs and their actions. That certainly describes Oliver Stone. I haven't always agreed with them, but you don't have to. But what I love about him is that he always gets me to think. He knows what he stands for, and he stands for something. And in today's age, standing for something means a lot. It's easy to tear people down or to tear creatives down or to be against something. That's easy. Oliver Stone is always taking the more difficult path of pursuing truth. He wants world peace he wants truth, and that's what is reflected in his work, and I'm just a huge fan of him and it was a great honor for him to come on the show..

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"oliver" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

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"oliver" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Coming up on this episode of the dose lieutenant colonel Oliver North. And I want to just encourage people, don't just think about running for Congress for the senator. President or governor. Start out with your school board. Your county board is supervisors. Your city council because that's where bad decisions are being made all the time that lead to even worse decisions being made at the national government level. And so my hope is that what the result of what we're doing right now is to encourage people. Because the guys in this book we're talking about. Encourage people to go out and serve their country or their community or their state or the local jurisdiction of some kind. And it's some capacity. You don't have to strap on a gun and badge and put the arm around with Velcro, which what you need to do is get engaged in the process so that we end up with good people at every level of government in this country. Hey, welcome to the dose a show dedicated to deep and engaging conversations highlighting individuals that are in the pursuit of authentic and courageous leadership. Who approach life with insatiable curiosity, bold action and common sense in these divisive and uncommon times. It's my hope that you take something away from each and every one of these conversations apply to your own life as we all intentionally attempt to become the best we can possibly be, being drawn towards our purpose and calling, committing to a life of service, making this place better than we found it, and living true lives of consequence. Today's guest fits that Bill, lieutenant colonel Oliver North, such an honor to have him on the show. He is a combat decorated U.S. Marine number one bestselling author for 17 years, he was a syndicated columnist and host of war stories on Fox News. Born in San Antonio, graduated from.

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"I never ever rarely rarely rarely get a bad mood right. Come into the last time it was but something happened. That put me in a foul mood. And i found myself speaking fowley k. I saw myself speaking family and a new y que and all i could do is become aware that this was why not affect the other people around me to the point where they say. We'll strong review way being like that. So controlled it. Before that happened years ago that would normally happen. And then i check myself. Yeah why am. I being like that. But i knew i was like that because how it was speaking change tone changed and i realized why and i became aware and i wasn't speaking within going out mason now. I felt i was being aware that i need to speak differently. Otherwise my my feelings right now. We're going to be projected. In a way i don't want to be. Projected is not fair. If it affects you could just my problem and the synergy becoming jack. You just have to keep becoming check and benchley. Your energy will balance back down. Eventually you get over yourself. You don't know how he didn't win. You just do things that relaxed she paying piano. Go for walk. Having some water may be going to the gym but yet it's some is interesting interesting. That's important oliver. Ah got. that's one of my like my rules myself. I don't have many roles but this is one of the like i just refused to not to have a conversation with someone. If i know that my energy is all the things that come out of my mouth like mama works Admirers fast and is not a pleasant energy. I just want to say things. If i know energy shit so you i just preferred like. Let's just finish this and it's not always possible. I can't remember many times in the last few years rob at conversations from his place. But i've actually share can think of incidents in the last month where very grateful to someone that i just went to sleep because i was a partner of mine and i was willing to sleep just energy. Which is wasn't often. I knew it.

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"oliver" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Starting to get higher. Heart rates started to rise incrementally sixty something that would go down and it would go up to seventy then it would go down to sixty eight and it kept going higher and higher and you were not conscious certainly you work on just because you knew i was there because all babies know that their mothers are there and that called the nurses and the nurses and the doctor came over and said goldie if more mothers knew that they had the power to heal their children pricing this before And we drive to get more. Moms all the way up into nick nick. You more often because this is very important for them and so then the days went on. I was discharged. But i would come back to see you because they weren't ready to let you go yet. I came back three times a day to feed. You slept all the thing for me. I would have gone on all think. Something new and when i was washing my hands i would say i was in the nick. You i would think. I'll ever oliver hut sound. And you turn your head toward me and you were all the way across the room and one finally when you were released and long there. You thing is about three weeks and you were released. The nurse who the neurologists said he's very developed and he does something. I mean you'll be happy to know. His neurology is very good. She said you'll be happy to know that every time you came in he recognized your voice and he turned his head toward you. Because i wasn't aware of that So that was in their report right. So that connection was very strong. Was there a turning point. Was it breath and turning turning point was like. Oh my god okay. He's on the mend. Meaning we're outta the woods announced just a matter of time before he come home yes. It was about a week and they started great improvements and that was the Sign right and i would then come in and i would Breast teach you as well..

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"oliver" Discussed on The Accidental Creative

The Accidental Creative

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on The Accidental Creative

"Creative today and now back to our conversation with oliver berkman. So you also talk about the efficiency trap and this is such assist so insightful. Because i do think that there is there. You know you even hear organizations if you want something done. Give it to your busiest person right. It's totally true because you know they're gonna get it done but the reality is you know as we do things. We just create space for more things to be done. Did you describe that efficiency trap to us and how it affects us. Sure yeah. I mean i think the sort of most abstract way of putting it first of all just that any system if you render system more efficient without concern for any other guiding values except efficiency all else being equal it will fill up more and more and more with more stuff and probably with junk for various reasons that we can discuss it with less meaningful activity. Good analogy just before i get into the daily work. Example is when they try to ease traffic congestion by adding elaine to a freeway and that makes the freeway incentivizes more drivers to come and use the freeway because it's no longer so congested and more cars and in many cases ends up just as congested as it was before so efficiency has just been totally self-defeating in that case if you work on your own work your your response to e mails your production of whatever it is. You produce writing videos podcasts. What if you work on it all driven by the idea that you want to fit more into the available time just as a value on its own. Then then what's going to happen is you're going to generate more stuff to get through and you're never going to feel like you're on top of it all you're never going to feel like done. E mails really obvious example. If you get really good announcing email. I discovered this from times when i have been ready to go downstream. Now you just get tons more email because people reply she replies and you apply to those applies la la..

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"oliver" Discussed on The Accidental Creative

The Accidental Creative

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on The Accidental Creative

"Do it or something we haven't you need to take some more training sessions before you get if you see that. It's absolutely a universal that putting things into reality will fall short of perfectionist fantasies. That's kind of freeing to me because then you're like well i might as well start it because it's off the table that it could be perfect as opposed to you. What we usually do is well. I think it could be perfect. But i am not quite ready to make it. Perfect if you see that like it's built in to the relationship between your projection your mental projections and and brinks drowsy. Then i think it's a lot easier to okay. I'm just going to send out this email newsletter. I'm just going to finish preparing this talk and be ready to give it now because because the standard that i was yearning for is just actually not one that humans can can reach and i think the other part of this is just to understand like be quite forgiving of one self and see like this is hard existential stuff right bringing your fantasy ideas into the world of real reality. It makes you anxious and uncomfortable. And it's not gonna feel super great the first time i think all of us who do sort of things like writing and other kinds of creative work and tapping aware computer constantly subject to the objection often from ourselves poverty. Well it's not like being a coalminer right. It's not hard in way like get over yourselves. And i think that's some truth in that. We probably should get over ourselves but it is hard in this kind of deep way. It touches your deepest desire to be in control of things to let something go into being created and then being released so i think again knowing that it's not gonna feel super great is really powerful because then when it doesn't feel super great at first you don't immediately call it often. Something's wrong here. Because i feel slightly out of my debt to like know somethings right here. If you feel slightly out of your depth yeah absolutely well and you know to the extent that means that same phrase like what's not digging ditches right. It's not more difficult work in the world for sure but yes and usually the form doesn't come over at the end of the day and say well it's not the best ditch i've ever seen and into the one arrived at damaged packaging right. Exactly which as okay is the author. That's inside joke. That you've gotta love people giving you a one star rating on your book because there's something completely unrelated to but there is this sort of existential dread rate of creating and i don't mean over blow it make it sound like oh. It's so awful that means a privileged to get to do the work that most of us listening to this guy to do ended the same time. There is a unique pressure. End it is. It's psychologically hard. I think you creative work touches the deepest most vulnerable party yourself and you know it would be possible. That a very grueling physical job would not do that for somebody like tina. They can keep their deepest fears. Neuroses hangups she's out of it but you can't probably when this kind of everyone we're going to dive back into the conversation with oliver berkman in just a minute before we do one let you know. Today's episode is brought to.

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"I sleep all the way through like a baby. I do not wake up during the night. I sleep all the way through like a baby. I gotta sleep left right. And i'm done a wake up no lying in no like no lying in because your brain goes into another deep sleep right and often. That's two hours long. I found if you thought off again you go into a deep sleep which is like a minimum of two hours right and then by that time. Your brains like it's a mush semes- is too relaxed. So i find if you get up get up right and just start doing whatever i'm doing immediately whereas if i k- -sually dislikes of lyon again fleck an extra whatever i'm a mess. I'm sitting on my bed. Look far. I'm just drained. Can't think of anything lions snooze in that alarm very bad idea if you wanna get extra sleep. Go to bed half an hour earlier. Do not fucking snooze a half an hour. it's over on the wrong way. make sense no. You're quite. you're such a sleep expert oliver. We don't a lot of experiments on yourself. When i was young when not to rats was really really bad which is excessive thinking. I actually remember guy into bed at say one. Twelve o'clock looking at my clock is three four o'clock. I was thinking analysing questioning. He's ever god. How's our god is in the sky. Jesus did you the bible have you the bubble. It wasn't a pen offering nice for three hours literally. Three hours of just tossing and turning thinking thinking kay go midnight snack three hours every night. He's takes me sleep right. I know what it's like not slave and wake up us a tune the often in the next day it was fucked. Yeah and hd. You remember going to sleep fifty minutes earlier every single night. And i kept waking up at the same time because my body clock was used to waking up at whatever. See keep waking up during the night. Eventually you probably realized is this. Is the tom again to bed. Do not bother waking me up at this time. 'cause i'm getting up at this time right and eventually i start to wake up at the same time. Eight hours later wherever there was no way up during the night Because i know what it's like to davos shitty sleepers and also. I don't wait until it either. Why i stopped reunited log. Stop drinking eight o'clock and you go for eight o'clock right and you're the piss an hour before bed and five minutes for bed into eleven o'clock the next day. Even if i have a green tea or peppermint tea or coffee that's not enough aloof mate for me to piss tonight right and go into the toiler getting up. You fly with sleep.

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Incredible. I sleep all the way through like a baby. I do not wake up during the night. I sleep all the way through like a baby. I go to sleep left right. And i'm done a wake up no lying in no like no lying in because your brain goes into another deep sleep right and often. That's two hours long. I found if you thought off again you go into a deep sleep which is like a minimum of two hours right and then by that time. Your brains like it's a mush semes- is too relaxed. So i find if you get up get up right and just start doing whatever i'm doing immediately whereas if i k- -sually dislikes of lyon again fluck an extra whatever. I'm a mess. I'm sitting on my bed. Look far. I'm just drained. Can't think of anything lions snooze in that alarm very bad idea if you wanna get extra sleep. Go to bed half an hour earlier. Do not fucking snooze half an hour. it's over on the wrong way. Make sense no. You're quite. you're such a sleep expert. Oliver don't a lot of experiments on yourself. When i was young when not to rats was really really bad which is excessive thinking. I actually remember guy into bed at say one. Twelve o'clock looking at my clock is three four o'clock. I was thinking analysing questioning. He's ever god. How's our god is in the sky. Jesus did you the bible have you the bubble. It wasn't a pen offering nice for three hours literally. Three hours of just tossing and turning thinking thinking kay go midnight snack three hours every night. He's takes me sleep right. I know what it's like not slave and wake up a tune..

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"And live every day like it's a holiday and you're going back home and see weeks. See you want to skydive bungee jumping on a guy who miss sharks you against the red light district. You know. It could actually do the opposite. I do believe that it's nice to know there's another life but you become complacent he become too relaxed. It's almost like if there's another another relationship that will come your way. So of of she. She fox off. This was another one and it's like no how about. I thought something and make it last longer because normally doesn't really last it can what both ways. But that's what. I came to the conclusion if there isn't an afterlife what does that mean. It means that. I haven't got much long left. I need to get. It's much done now and then once you've i'd oh. Benny can believe there's an afterlife and be excited for the next and then you realize you've actually still got the ears left so that's facing death can be a good thing because it makes people just come out of the head and just get everything done so around watching tv. You're not just sleeping in day. It could be a wakeup call. I think facing death is true and everybody out there. Just know that if you choose to live like oliver described or choosy led the opposite..

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Our like if i didn't have something to look forward to in the next day or two like all excited about that aren't excited about that. I've been a move. Because like i would say things like i'm so bored are there is nothing back to do all this stuff we see. And we've all done this and what's can get rid of bats whereas i needed something to look forward to once. I got rid of that and then there was lots of things that happen in on. It need like today. i think to this schedule with. I'm just going to move. Just because like i knew i was talking with oliver today. Due to the world after that and see where the day flows Jobs to a good mood today. I didn't have what specific reason yet. I want said. Oh somebody wants told me whatever you know what's more important pace or happiness and as a difference being at is just accepting whatever is here right now and just embracing it and people have died embrace if no water embrace it. If you're you're fridges. Fox is line to leak embrace it. That's peace happiness is something additional to what you have now say you should already be happy with peace right say if you want happiness than wanting something else so actually piece comes first and once you have peace happiness comes second was if you haven't got happiness you should have peace whereas if you haven't got pace and you'd think you'd go happiness you really have anything because you're still missing that crucial fundamental core substance of life which is monk on a rock meditating until he dies that tree to sitting there in the winds just the backout in the scientists laid laying around on the floor and that squirrel. Just go a tree is not. He's at peace he's happy he doesn't know what happiness is. He's just doing what he's doing is at peace with himself to pieces pieces fundamental. And then when you have that seek happiness..

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Fm to get started. If you are interested in what you may speak at live event. Please messy burn instagram. Telling me way round the world. And then when i'm there i shall reach out to you. Give any more information about how a way you can watch me speak. It's yes king. Oliver chase so i woke up this morning and i decided to have a little liar which i never normally do. An as i was trying not to a line. I was thinking if you'd in now you're gonna be less tired tonight and if you're gonna try and get sleep at your term and not be tired enough and minogue artistique about say an hour later and then you're going to wake up and it's going to be an hour later and do wanna fuck up the cycle and i realized that th reason why suddenly got the urge to have a little lion is because more normal routine of checking my phone for crypto currency trading was the reason why couldn't wait to get up to put whilst waking up like half an hour earlier because when i was like check the krypton now of just put in a corner and just forgot about it. There's nothing to get up for so when your brain unconsciously stomach to do you're mentally ready for it like traveling see say colorado from texas off hour drive you can get mccall w- going for dr. You'll i'm going to say. I'm not mentally there was if you've got a dry for hours your minds like already. This is just one moment in time. It's just the same thing so really comes down to prep your mind for something and it and it would seem like you've it's just one thing one action like i need to do something and i've done it rather than it being twelve hours long three hours long so yes really incredible when you have like running a race marathon or i think about how mothers do what they do their kids taking the school comeback fight cooked the washing..

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"I've just made myself become aware of something else is like from at present moment you can't think of past lives and future lives. You can only be present in your body of thing of the past life because you don't know who's going to you don't need yes you energies vibration frequency someone else on the planet is eventually going to be the same frequency right and say hundred years time. My energy is going to be the same frequency as that person is going to merge into one. They got the same floors as me right. Only them leave league only then will. They know that they had a past oliver. But i can't think of a past life of what's out working hard to because it's like what is time because if you look at a lot of like these universal sciences they're saying there is no such thing as time is it past lives or is it. Simultaneous lives is there and is awareness. Like are you just like it's like you only have access to all of our awareness because perhaps the television is on the channel of oliver. And this is oliver's life and i'm never going to get any other information. Aside from this limited perspective of what it means to experience. life inhumanity as oliver unless fully. Change the channel right and so do you have to die in order to change the channel. This is where like a lot of mysticism you know has always been alive from way beyond where we are today years and years and years ago where they would have these like mystical experiences of being able to allegedly hop into different dimensions. Different lives different experiences You hear it. People like no stress for example. Who was literally talking to future people in the past at like simultaneous times like and making these predictions about the future based on what he was able to see through looking. He had like the obsidian mirror. He had spells and rituals practiced and he was into kind of some of those. Like what you might dark magic but where is he getting that information from and why was he so accurate. You know it's like what is time. Like i think i think what's hard is that we are trying to figure out what is completely ineffable. It's not figure out a ball because we're limited by oliver's consciousness jesse's consciousness by our five senses which are so so limiting because they they are defining for us what it means to see which means we have no other no other way to look at what site is whereas if we were to talk about the third i what is that. What kind of site are we getting from that. Is it real. Is it hocus. Pocus like where. Where does all of this stuff come from. So what came to be new saying that as at present one can only be aware of its past life. When i die and i'm reincarnated that person can only do where obits pass life which is me right now for example right. Because you've got as you said you've got to change that china you gotta die in order to their process to start again because maybe if everything gets bigger and gross from the last one that tree growth in the last acorn i've come from that my dad sperm come.

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Hey follow me on instagram. Yes king oliver and make sure you follow and subscribe you get notification whenever least episode. You have a great day guy my brain in my dream because billion and share just a hated life because nothing was ever going away and so therefore my dream it was like me been able to do exactly what i wanted to do dejan the days if i could fly swim sex of people who'd never look at me twice at school. I could do anything. And there was just always free to the point where i suspend all day sleeping all night. Our became too unhealthy. And i guides better five and then getting up at one and i said spent so much time dreaming and then as on to meditate theresa meditation. I realized that we only dream based on what thoughts are during the day. So you've got no force during the day then. There's no foot in the night because when you're asleep you're the same person whether your eyes are closed or not. If there's any brain activity in your brain during the day it's going to be in the night it doesn't just switch off as if you have non during the day you left during the night and i find that i don't dream anymore because i don't think during the day of course cheese thank but that continuous washing machine thoughts of just chatter that come commentator all the time that doesn't exist anymore i don't dream as a result like tell you the last time i dreamt of what it was because i just literally fall asleep with. Nc five minutes literally. I just all the.

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

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"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"oliver" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Hey follow me on instagram. Yes king oliver and make sure you follow and subscribe you get notification whenever released a new episode. You have a great day like bread. Does he put bread in some water. Disperses you for yourself up for that two seconds until you were acids break it down and it's like whoa if i got to eat and so you put banana an apple which is just an app was just like water's just like nothing. You can crush a watermelon and it's just like nothing so you get that spike from the sugar but there's nothing inside you lace with enough or like you've got some physical things to work with and it will take a long time to break down and again you could say the same. As wanting to get rich quickly doesn't exist. You get rich time by building up businesses. it's kito makes more sense. You know like he does more fast got it makes sense in you know the communists conception as people think that fat to meet fat is source a stat but fat action doesn't stores fat carbs do which are.

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