36 Burst results for "One Of The Guys"

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 10

Daily Dose Football

06:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 10

"Okay. This next receiver is a guy that you and i are. differ a lot on and with twenty fifth pick of the second round. The la rams selected to at well from louisville. Receive our end. I get their concerns. Ideal disguise five nine hundred fifty five hundred sixty pounds. People are questioning whether he's gonna be physical enough in the nfl. however this is a player. The i compare to markey's brown. I think that in order to be successful. He's going to have to gain a little bit more weight. But i think that to out will be able to develop especially with the la rams who don't need in the -sarily to be great outta the gecko. But i think that the upside for two atwal is especially there especially if he's going to have the matthew stafford throwing the ball and so it was back to murky brown when he was in college him and he had similar stats. Which is why. I'm bringing up the comparison the first place in his junior. He had seventy five receptions for one thousand three hundred eighteen yards in ten touchdowns. Now let me bring up to two atwal stats from his sophomore season. And they were very similar which end so to atwell in his sophomore year he had sixty nine sevens for one thousand two hundred seventy two yards and eleven receiving touchdowns and so these two guys. Besides the fact marquees brown ways a little bit more to travel or comparable. And if you're an you're seeing now to to out while falling to the fourth maybe even fifth out of your dynasty da and for me. I think that's a little bit ridiculous. Because for a guy that had a similar career to marquees brat and his cod season and similar upset that he should be considered a third round prospect for you and your dynasty rookie draft. And i'd say right now. Marcus brand is probably a second round. Pick but i think he could be worth a second or the round pick and this guy. Who's extremely fast as well. I think he's going to create separations and he's not just the speedster. He's not just the speedster he he gets receptionist as well on anyone who puts up almost thirteen hundred receiving yards in college. Season is a guy that is a good all amount of receiver as well. So don't just think of him as a speedster guy gonna occasionally break open deep here and there so yeah. I'm a big fan of to at wall of the i know Oh and one one last thing. He was picked in the second round so clearly. The rams do have a plan for two while. They're not just investing a second round pick in a receiver that they don't see being a great receiver in the long term and this by the way was the rams first pick all draft. If i'm correct so they might have even viewed him as a late first round pick. We don't know. But the fact that they spent their first round pick onto to By having good receivers shows you how much demands believe into Anyways kyle the floor is yours as to why you don't believe in to atwell. Well it says so much that i don't believe in two two at well. It's the fact. That so i am from louisville in. I watched a lot of this kid. He is a very good receiver. I agree with you. He's not just a burner. he is a good polish receiver and a lot of facets of football but my biggest problem is literally is just. This is and the fact that he's completely buried on the depth chart. I don't see any Any possibility of him getting in and becoming a number one receiver on that team like anytime. Soon robert woods. Anne cooper kupp. Both resigned extensions For last year So you already got those positions locked up now. You lose josh rhinos. But they already spent high draft capital on jefferson. Dan jefferson last year. So that position was already and then they spent another was a third or early fourth round. Pick onto harris harris could be used as a tight end. I think a lot of people saying he's going to be a tight end he he. They say he's listed as a tight end but he also weighs about twenty so if anything he's going to be like a a move titan. I don't see him being like inland blocker. But you already have tyler higby as well. You know it's just it's just a really crowded And you also have to sean jackson that they stopped they brought in you know so i. I'm just not sold that there's any opportunity for at least in the first year to now you like you said maybe a if you invest in this guy at the late third fourth round Me personally i'd rather just take dark throws on running backs. At this point you know even a third. The guys are projected to be thirds shrink or shrink. You know a rash of injuries and all of a sudden guys are going to get plight. Be starters and they're going to be valuable. You can train them. You know it would take a stream lee amount of circumstances for for you to for him to get on the plainfield him to productive enough for another team to to trade for him. It's just wide receivers just a position that you know if you don't put up stats people don't really wanna trade for him at all. I mean it's as simple as that you know and i know he has draft capital That's about the only thing. I think he has known. Form at one hundred fifty five pounds. I just don't know if it's worth the headache you know. But then again it only takes one person to trade and if you're only drafting him with the mindset of trading him than you're probably not gonna draft to tell to till In the first place. And if i don't know if it necessarily applies to atwells value the fact that the community hates him. Because there's going to be at least one guy and if you put up the stats. People are going to be willing to trade for him. So i i get that point but at the same time. I don't know if that necessarily applies to At wellness fair. Knock about the onto to at atwill. Because it's not actually something that to two at walt dead. It's more of the perception that people have about two. But it's it's what he didn't do. He didn't gain the weight which i think he will in the way he's still what in nineteen twenty years old. I think he's still

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Fresh update on "one guys" discussed on Radiolab

Radiolab

00:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "one guys" discussed on Radiolab

"Duck! Porky pig! They're lucky me. Yosemite! Sam! Long Rabbit! The pew! You smelled me out, you little sandy! Wich. Stand still. Sylvester! Tweety. Say go away, boy. You bother me Corn like horns. Your chicken? That was all one guy. Yeah, shed it. Wow. Okay, So what's uh, What's the story? Dude? I'm nowhere near done with this. Woody Woodpecker. Mel Blank Barney Rubble. Is it safe to come in Mel Blank, Dino, the dinosaur Mel Blank and on the other side of the anachronistic spectrum. You guys won't believe this. He was Mr Space Lee for the Jetsons. Really? Yes. Where's that Chechen? Let's see. Who put the speed buggy secret squirrel. Chief Captain Caveman, Okay? And 20 from Buck Rogers. If you ever watch that, Yeah. What about the bomb? Holy this guy was like the voice of my childhood voice says. Well, it sounds like a crowd. Oh, my gosh. My dad got so many requests to do so many voices. This is Noel Blank Mills Sun, his only kid. Actually, kids would come to the door literally every.

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Yard Waste (MM #3714)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Yard Waste (MM #3714)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you've listened to podcast over the last few years, it's no secret. I'm not a big fan of yard work. I've been doing it most of my life and while I love to Outsource that if I can, I have been able to the last couple of years so my wife and I have been doing it and the biggest problem I'm having these days it's the yard waste in recent years as cities. Have been trying to reduce waste in their garbage dumps. They made it tougher for you to dispose of it here in Nashville. We have collection centers for yard waste. Some of them operated by the city, or at least, we used to have some operated by the city. Now, there's only one place, you can take your call by the city. We try to do that. A couple of weeks ago. Only to be told they were full and we'd have to come back at a later date. So there is a professional place. We can take it. So, we went out and did that yesterday and it was a hassle. It was a hassle because there was nobody there to help them, they were geared more towards bigger companies, not one guy with five bags of tree, trimmings and grass clippings and well, you know the drill. It's kind of frustrating. Yard waste is not fun, but they should make it easier for us to get rid of it. It couldn't be that hard. Could It Off?

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Yard Waste (MM #3714)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Yard Waste (MM #3714)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you've listened to podcast over the last few years, it's no secret. I'm not a big fan of yard work. I've been doing it most of my life and while I love to Outsource that if I can, I have been able to the last couple of years so my wife and I have been doing it and the biggest problem I'm having these days it's the yard waste in recent years as cities. Have been trying to reduce waste in their garbage dumps. They made it tougher for you to dispose of it here in Nashville. We have collection centers for yard waste. Some of them operated by the city, or at least, we used to have some operated by the city. Now, there's only one place, you can take your call by the city. We try to do that. A couple of weeks ago. Only to be told they were full and we'd have to come back at a later date. So there is a professional place. We can take it. So, we went out and did that yesterday and it was a hassle. It was a hassle because there was nobody there to help them, they were geared more towards bigger companies, not one guy with five bags of tree, trimmings and grass clippings and well, you know the drill. It's kind of frustrating. Yard waste is not fun, but they should make it easier for us to get rid of it. It couldn't be that hard. Could It Off?

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Self-Driving Cars Might Never Be Able to Drive Themselves

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Self-Driving Cars Might Never Be Able to Drive Themselves

"This week. The california dmv said it's reviewing whether tesla is telling people that it's cars are self driving when legally speaking they're not this follows. Fatal crashes that may have involved. It's autopilot feature tesla advertises a quote full. Self-driving upgrade option. One guy has been busted tesla's multiple times for reckless driving. He hangs out in the backseat and steers with his feet. Meanwhile no cars are actually fully. Self-driving yet missy cummings. The director of the humans autonomy lab at duke university says the so called deep learning. That cars need to see the road around them. doesn't actually learn. I can show a convolution. Neural net a million images of a stop sign and it will learn what a stop sign is from those images but if it sees a stop sign that doesn't match exactly those images then it can't recognize it and this is a huge problem because if a strand of kudzu leaves starts to grow across just the top twenty percent of a stop sign that is enough to make the algorithm be dumb and it doesn't recognize it because it's never seen a stop sign with one stranded kudzu leaves across it.

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Is Craig Smith the Bruins' Most Underrated Player?

Poke the Bear

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Is Craig Smith the Bruins' Most Underrated Player?

"Think Craig Smith has a lot that play into it. And again for a guy who is signed here, who you know, I remember back in college, you know, January February, people are like, all right well for the expansion draft like this since it's not hanging around, right? This guy is what Thirty one years old like he's got just a couple of goals like where did he kind of fit into the mix? But you know it's just been a great signing for the Bruins to get this guy who I think for all of us going into it, you know, I always excited. I think, you know, a lot of people were you look at his numbers like art. This is a guy who's going to help this team, but not a lot of people expect them to be a top-six guy, right? I think he was going to be a very, very good. Third one guy, almost like oil, right? Like coil if he's your top six. You know, you'll be fine, I guess, but he's not exactly what what you want. But, but he's in a third line role. He's a very good in terms of getting those matchups to Heaven. Be your second one, right wing, and to really solidify that line but doing some of the little things it's good to see in. It's good that a guy like him gets rewarding because I think it seems like leading up to, you know, Craig Smith scored that goal was going to be another game where, you know, we talked about Taylor Hall and again, it's all deserved in terms of how great he's been. But don't overlook judging, you know how good Craig Smith? Is it? Doing the little things that help get that line. So any of those great, a chances. So he's just been fantastic this year for the Bruins.

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Darlington: Martin Truex Jr. Remains the NASCAR Dominator

NASCAR on NBC

01:07 min | Last month

Darlington: Martin Truex Jr. Remains the NASCAR Dominator

"To get your take darlington. Kyle martin tricks junior the winner. Yes only driver with multiple victories in the twenty twenty one season now. Three victories at tracks will play host to the playoff opener. That starling to the round of eight finale. That's martinsville and the championship race phoenix. He's one at all three of those places. So i know twelve races in were third of the way in the season. So it's not too early to make overexuberance yes prediction. Never too early is mark tricks junior. At this point the unquestioned championship favourite mean feels like. Oh yes and i honestly. I've not seen anybody rise to that challenge yet on a consistent basis only on a consistent basis how many years we went through. It's the big to this battle of the titans they'd coming out right and then a couple years ago. It became the big three. You know and now it's the big lebowski. It's the one guy you know what i mean. It is the one guy that's all that's really the first. He's the only guy in the first two races that has raised his hand and said. Hey i'm the gatt come get me come get me so i mean i think he's unquestionably the guy that everybody is shooting at right

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Netflix Is Reportedly Testing 'N-Plus' Service

The Watch

01:22 min | Last month

Netflix Is Reportedly Testing 'N-Plus' Service

"Working on something called n plus so net flicks plus and plus you know me and me and andy love a-plus But it's not an plus one. The molyneaux founded literary journal. It was not an station of the downtown bet. The everyone's one guys would be pretty psyched. Netflix came along and it was just like. Hey we love. We love what you guys are doing. We know feeling was a bestseller but it would be even better as a twenty part maxi's So anyway this survey was basically asking a lot of questions about what people might be interested in from this end plus product and what it essentially is is. It sounds like netflix effort to build. And what do they call that like. Is this like sidecar content. Like what is the thing. It's like content. is us clown car content. There is a word for it but is essentially con curatorial content around right there shows so whether it would be podcasts whether it would be editorial stuff whether it would be the ability for users or experts quote unquote to make playlists of episodes possibly even getting to work with the music that is in some of these shows. It's essentially like a elevated user experience. I guess and i. It's unclear whether this would be like something that lives inside the net flicks site or inside of the netflix's apper whether it'd be a separate product or whatever i imagine it would have netflix. Wants it all. It'd be in one place. I'd imagine it would be case

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The Art of Releasing Your Faith

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

02:05 min | Last month

The Art of Releasing Your Faith

"For practical example. The bible says this is what faith faith is the title deed. It's the confirmation. It's the proof that i have what god says i can have and it doesn't matter if i don't see it if i can't feel it i've got it and really the truth does is this right. Here is our title deed to every promise of god it is written in. That faith is a creative force if actually goes out into the spirit realm when you pray and you say and you add that obedient action that faith words are powerful and they got into the spirit realm and they start releasing. The power of gotten things begin to happen. Let's just take for a minute. My life are you can take any one of your lives. I've actually been a christian for a long long time. I received christ when i was nine years old. But i didn't know anything i was. I never had any education. I wasn't permitted to go to church and lived in the midst of tremendous unbeliev. So i didn't really ever understand what i had. But i look back now and i know that that god was with me and the thing you have to understand is when you receive. Christ he comes to stay with you. He said i will never leave you nor forsake you but low. I'll be with you. Always even unto the ends of the earth and i was in a terrible mess and my childhood and just had so many devastating things happen to me. Sexual abuse verbal abuse abandonment betrayal. Just one after another. So let's just let it suffice to say that. By the time. I was young adult. I was just really messed up. I married the first guy that came along when i was eighteen. He had a lot of problems that lasted five years and it was just another five-year nightmare than i finally met dave meyer. And we've been married for now. Forty three years.

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Jennifer Eggers: The Resilience Framework

Leadership and Loyalty

02:02 min | Last month

Jennifer Eggers: The Resilience Framework

"August today. Is jennifer eggos. Jennifer eggers works with leading organizations at some of the most real recognizable brands in the world to build resilience and to improve that capability and their capacity to adapt so they can emerge from disruption more effectively and faster. She is the founder of leader of leader shift insights and the author of international bestseller resilience. It's not about bouncing back. Ladies and gentlemen please put your hands together and helped me to welcome the author all the best. Thank you so much. I can't say i've ever been just like the thank you. You're very welcome. I'm jazzed good. I'm glad to hear it so where we always liked to start. Is this place which is in this of influences and everybody claiming to be an influence. Who is somebody that we might not think of my not recognize who has been a major influence on you and your leadership. Yeah it's a great question. And i'm glad i get to answer it so my dad I'm sure people don't know who he is. But he was a senior executive for a commercial Tree company actually. And what. I really admired about him is he was able to juggle managing hundreds of man in these hundred hundreds of crews all over the country And then he would go from there to a board. Meeting are negotiating with a really tough union and so you know back then they had one guy that would go from the board to the union to the men what you know today that would be twenty five different people even at all that But he he took a very Employee focused

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1 Dead, 2 Wounded in Long Island Grocery Store Shooting

Curtis Sliwa

00:38 sec | Last month

1 Dead, 2 Wounded in Long Island Grocery Store Shooting

"One dead, two wounded in a shooting at a Long island grocery store. In West Hempstead. I'm looking at it right now at the stop and shop. Think that's pretty close to where I used to live in Garden City. Uh, Set on. All right. So one guy is on the loose. One dead, two wounded in a shooting at a Long island grocery store. I don't want to get technical, but technically, that is not a mass shooting. It's four or more makes a mass shooting. But right now all the networks are covering the actually They're kind of losing interest. They're realizing it's ah You know it's bad, but

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Washington, DC releases causes of death for 4 people in Capitol attack

Chris Plante

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Washington, DC releases causes of death for 4 people in Capitol attack

"The corner in Washington. See revealed the deaths of the causes of death of four of the five people who died in the January sticks massacre. It was you know, the news media called it all kinds of things there, blood drenched and it was all this up. Two individuals died of cardio events, heart attacks in effect, one died of a drug overdose that remind me of Woodstock Woodstock. There were three deaths at Woodstock. Three days of piece of music and three deaths to drug overdose, and one guy passed out in a sleeping bag was run over by a tractor and killed at Woodstock. So at the January six, right Two people died. Medical examiner Washington DC Yesterday only took three months only took three months. But we're not done yet because we still don't know how Officer Brian Sick. Nick died. That's a secret. It's a state secret because the Democrats are using it as a political weapon. So The coroner's office in Washington, D. C is still keeping it in a little hush hush has swept under the

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Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics

The Free Agents

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics

"What's up. Everybody i wish. I love something as much as joel. Embiid loves playing against the celtics and this one wasn't fair. Boston left themselves shorthanded at center by trading daniel thais at the deadline and then combined with tristan thompson being injured lots a terrible combination with joel. Embiid come into town. They only had one guy who could guard him. And that was young time. Lord robert williams who did a decent job in the first quarter is a one point game after one but williams is known to be a little jumpy. He couldn't stay disciplined long enough. He picked up his third foul right at the end of the first then they had luc. Cornet come in to guard. Joel and beat boston wants to give luc cornet nickname. Let's slow the flow on giving nicknames to just everybody brad stevens left luc cornet out there. On an island with the mvp candidate some soft doubles. That wasn't enough. Went from a one point game to thirteen point game at half the celtics us break glass in case of emergency seven five taco fall and embiid way too late and be loves playing the celtics. Did i say that already. He had thirty five to seventy sixers. Swept the season series from the celtics for the first time in twenty years joel embiid and weighed more. Free throws than the celtics in the season series. Forty seven to forty

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Will Erling Haaland leave Dortmund?

ESPN FC

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Will Erling Haaland leave Dortmund?

"We'll kick things off with a look at the spanish papers. We spent most of thursday chasing erling. Holland's father and agent around spain the duo visiting both barcelona and madrid i head of asia potential bidding war this summer course dorfman setting at the transfer fee at eight hundred eighty million euros yawn as with all things erling haaland. I feel compelled to start with you. Does this mean that early holland's from dorman did happen this summer and not next. No it won't ailing hall on team hole on and rioted exactly the same thing. When he left salzburg they started off visiting different clubs barcelona and real madrid at that time when i did this last time. He ended up jaws. Once i guess dortmund knows the drill. They have been talked. They've been told doing so. That is no problem having said that. I think this is a win win. Situation for everybody. We're in the middle of pandemic. They are put forward one hundred and safety of one hundred and eighty million euro and dorfman show last summer with sancho. They stick to their price so i think this is a win win. Check the market. They see it. Is there anybody out there. This pandemic crazy enough to to take our hundred and fifty million euro and if not he will stay indoors anyway but still timing can be discussed decisive game coming up against frankford for doping to be in top four. It's very essential game but now this is normal. This is win win on the funny thing is and i have to give you that one. That is one guy who is always picture that everybody there are photos. Yeah that's ryo la but the other guy is a friend of alpha on helps him on the finances of traveling with him and they think that's royalist to. I'm not sure if that's the best compliment in the world for that. Young from norway are interesting so yang says this doesn't necessarily signal an exit from dormant for

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S6 E7 - How YOU can build resilience in the face of chronic conditions

Courage to Fight Again

23:00 min | 2 months ago

S6 E7 - How YOU can build resilience in the face of chronic conditions

"This is the we served now. What podcast and if you're anything like me you've had a ton of questions after leaving the military and the lack of answers looking frustrated and probably a little confused. This show is here to help you make sense of what can sometimes be well just some craziness that is post military life so you can do more than survive. You can thrive my name. Is aaron perkins. I'm us army. Combat veteran husband. Who beautiful wife daddy to two amazing kiddos and the author of resolve a step by step guide. That takes you the veteran through the process of rediscovering purpose in your post military life sue. You can thrive so the questions we talk about on the show you know. A lot of them are direct questions. You know how to use eleven gi bill. What's new for veterans. twenty one. Those are just a couple of things we talked about in the season. This is a season six episode. Seven and we're tackling a tough question today and there's no single answer to that's the toughest part about this question so before we dive into the question. I want you to think of math equations for minute. Just really simple ones. Two plus two. What's two plus two. It's four right so very simple. Very easy math equation vice. What's tuplice to. You're always going to say you're always going to know. Won't let's four but if i say what math equations when you finish them we'll have four as that end number and be like man. I don't know that's almost an unlimited number of answers. What's the same thing today. Because today's question is surrounding how you build resilience when a family member has a chronic condition and there was a virtually unlimited number of answers to this question. But i'm going to do my best to unpack those and there's a lot to unpack here so let's get started so my son. Christopher was born in two thousand eight and he had a kidney disease and still. Has this kidney disease to this day and We knew that he had some problems with his kidneys. Because they found the these problems on an ultrasound. When i was in iraq and my wife was still in germany and The the did the ultrasounds that hey you know what we recommend you go ahead and head back to the states because you know you can get you can get better medical care there in the states and so my wife moved back what she thought was temporarily and ended up being a permanent move I- redeployed early on and a compassionate reassignment and Got to fort knox kentucky which was the closest. Us army post Where to where. My son was getting his medical care and for the first couple years of his life he went through. Thing was eleven or twelve operations and Numerous other procedures to get these kidneys fixed. Now today. it's amazing it. You would never know. A single thing was wrong within the last couple of times. He's gone to the kidney. Specialists are like look his kidney. Function is great. He's doing very very well. And so that was a trial by fire so to speak. That was kind of like. Hey this this is A method i guess. A real world Test to see if you. Aaron are resilient and so. I learned a lot about resilience just in that experience. You know because again this is not just a flash in the pan you know Something one thing happened and then we had to deal with that. You know a broken limb or you know an accident or something like that. It was a chronic condition and again still is to this day but i learned a lot about resilience through dealing with my son's challenges with that disease and if you think back to military life right and this is army specifically i have to expect that all the services are like this but they build resilience in to the training plan. You know and as important as that is personal resilience all together now the past two months. I'll be honest with you. Guys have been absolutely brutal. They've been crazy because not only does my son have a kidney disease but my wife has chronic conditions as well so the past couple of months. My wife and i got her permission to tell some of her story. Her story is man. If if you ever meet my wife asked her to tell you her story because it is absolutely jaw dropping. How she is where she is today. You know based on where she came from and an all the the difficulties she came through to become the woman she is today but just in these past couple of months We experienced quite the scare and that scare It it seemed like it was cancer. Just be honest so for A while we were getting tests and then waiting for more tests and we got those tests and We said okay well. We're just going to get through this. You know no matter what happens. We're we're in this together and we're gonna stick together through this well. My wife goes to get a biopsy and she gets this biopsy. She's in recovery. The biopsy went fine. It was painful but it went fine. nothing was unexpected But it went fine while she was in recovery and this recovery was just a quick recovery. Just a few hours. She had what is called a ti or a mini stroke. And so we're like. oh my goodness how. In the world number-one how in the world is this happened number. Two how do we deal with this now. You know this is. This seems so much more serious than what it The what started out to be. We thought it was going into get a biopsy and and now here you've got to stay in the hospital. You've gotta be admitted well actually admitted to one hospital then transferred to another because at first hospital was too small and they didn't have the right doctors. There had to be transferred to another hospital and then finally a few days later she gets out. She's getting slowly better. But we still don't have those answers right. Don't have the answers in the biopsy because it takes a week or more to come back and you know she finally gets these answers and they're like yeah. Well we really don't know what it is. We really don't know what it is. It's not cancer. But we're not sure. And so they said. Well we want to send you to an autoimmune specialist and and those Those doctors are are booked up forever and well we can get you. Maybe like june july and so here we are still waiting on those answers and obviously all of this is stressing her out now. Little bit about that mini stroke just answered stress for her brings about these These symptoms where It stress basically over stresses her brain and she ended up needing to quit her job. And you talk about frustrating. And i don't mean frustrating like all you can't work anymore but she was super frustrated at like me. Why in the world is this happening. And and you know. What can i do to help and to build that resilience right but this is. This is not a story about my son. This is not a story about my wife specifically. Today's show is all about building that resilience when your family member has a chronic condition. And so i'll just tell you over. This was going with my wife. I stopped everything i could. You know some of you may have seen an email from said. Hey sorry. Our live mental health event An open dialogue mental health is going to be cancelled if your sponsor for the event. You've already paid. You know we're going to refund your money Which which already did. But there were so many things that i was doing that having a hand in that i said you know what i've just gonna stop doing those things and focus on what matters most right now focus and for me. That's my family. And and i think that is a key element to resilience is focusing on what you need to focus on and again. I know that sounds vague. Right but what is it that you personally need to focus on. Because i can't tell you what you should focus on. I can't tell you that. I wish i could but unfortunately i can't at so. I resigned my position from a nonprofit board Alabama veteran here in here in obviously alabama But also got some help from facebook in preparation In preparation for this episode and Some of you responded and told me how you build resilience in your own personal life. And i want to go through some of those responses real quick and then i'll dive into the five science backed strategies to build resilience but on facebook right. You know one of my friends. He said it. Because i asked i said look. I'm news and helping an oak upcoming podcasts. What are your go-to strategies for building resilience in your personal life and one of my friends. He's kind of a kind of a jokester but he says he says avoiding people and puts us little laughing face or winking face at the end of the comment but the the fact is sometimes that is the to do to help you build resilience and focus on what matters most to you another person. I and i love this. She said it's all about the thought life. It's about your mindset and and she also she said. I'm practicing telling myself no just to exercise that muscle while you know what that's not a bad idea and so there was a number of really good comments here but a couple of them Not a couple of them. I should say a couple of themes came out number. One was faith how my friends saying you know what. I'm learning to do what i've needed to do for years. And that's focus on my faith. You know my faith pushes me past that present crisis or would i'm perceiving as a crisis right you know made. My faith is reading and prayer. And you guys know if if you've listened to this podcast before that you know. This isn't absolutely faith-based podcasts. You know and and my my faith is that of christianity of following jesus But faith has been incredibly important for those seeking to build resilience in a personal lives and Additionally is time for self reflection so one thing is faith is the one theme that came out in the second was self reflection scheduled time for relaxation. And so using those hobbies or those Chill lacks kinda relaxing moments and building those in to your everyday life so that you can handle those stressors right And i wanna mention one of the thing this was. This was a a another theme. That that i know i said only two. There's actually three themes that came out and that's relationships. Relationships are so critically important and one guy actually When my friends here in the area said whoa to him and this is a scripture verse. Actually he's fourteen. He says woe to him who was alone when he falls and doesn't have another lift him up because look lifestyle right. It's really really tough. And the truth is we can't do it by ourselves. We weren't meant to we weren't designed to So it's really really important to have those people in our lives to help us when we can't help ourselves so having those strong relationships around us In a one one other one other comment. I wanna to point out before you get to the five science back strategies for building resilience practice resilience by practicing being resilient each time. Something happens to us. We need to put that in her memory so next time that happens to us even if even if it never happens again we we have that memory of what we did as we figured out you know kind of how to go through that process the first time now. What does that have to do. With a chronic condition you a family member having a chronic condition. All those things apply. They apply directly. Okay so five. Science back strategies to build resilience and this will take just a few minutes number one change the narrative. So look when something bad happens whether it's a single event or a long term Kind of episode right. We often relive the event over and over in our heads and it's called ruminating rehashing the pain and and it it's like we're spinning our wheels. Basically you know There's a study. Said you know what maybe try expressive writing. You know to try gaining some new insights into the challenges in your lives. You know there are a few different ways. You can manage that but that you can change the narrative But one of the one of the ways is to reframe it in another Another perspective or another light. How do you that a one of the things you can do is talk to those in your life that you have those strong relationships with another reason why relationships are so incredibly important. That's the first one number to face your fears. Sure like man. I don't know what's going to happen. In my spouse's life from my child's life because of this chronic condition face it running away is not going to help and when i say face it i i don't mean just dive headlong into a by yourself and tackle it all alone. Another reason why those relationships are so important. So even if you know it's your spouse that's going through something being able to talk to someone else about it about what's going on in your life and how you were feeling is so incredibly valuable. You can't even put a number on it so number one going to change the narrative number to face your fears and face those fears with someone else number three and i'm gonna put this link. This is a great article will put this link in the show notes. You can check out this entire article yourself but practice self compassion. Think of it. Think of what. You're going through right now and think of that in someone else's perspective like if someone else had the same challenges you were having right. Now maybe your child is a chronic condition or your parent or your spouse and they came to you and said hey i. I'm having this problem you know. My wife had a cancer scare. She had many stroke and then We sort of know what's going on. Oh gosh i i don't know what to do. What would you do. Chances are you would be compassionate with them and we know fear versity they can make us feel really alone and we wonder why were the only ones feeling this way and what exactly is wrong with us and check chances are. There's nothing wrong with us at all. You know the there's this real problem with And with i within the veteran community that we all seem to think we're alone and the truth is were not and another reason why you need those strong relationships so you can remember. Hey i'm not alone this but practice self compassion be compassionate to yourself number four meditate and. I know that meditation sometimes gets a bad rap. But i will say. I've tried it myself meditation. Mindfulness and it is a wonderful stress. Reliever i will let you do your own research on that. But there is such value in meditation number. Five and this one is critically important. Cultivate forgiveness. And here's the thing. When it comes to a chronic condition of family member whether that's your spouse or child or your parent or or sibling you can sometimes get this. You can get mad right. And what is there to be mad at. Who is there to be mad at. Well you know you can be that nature you can be mad at god. You can be frustrated but holding a grudge is only going to hold you back. And and that expands far beyond just the Know caught debating forgiveness for forgiveness. Sake right extends will beyond that in well beyond the chronicle condition idea and goes further into your entire life because my pastor says it like this he says holding a grudge against someone is like setting yourself on fire and hoping. The other person dies from smoke inhalation. I know sometimes we feel like man. I've got to hold on to this grudge. I'm not going to forgive but cultivate forgiveness. And there's an entire chapter dedicated to forgiveness in the resolve book. And so i love you to check that out Head over to kurds fight again. Dot com click on. Get the book and you can find out more about forgiveness what that looks like. In the veteran's life look stress and struggles come in many forms in life adversity trauma. Fear shame betrayal of trust. Look there's a lot of things you can do though that can help you learn to cultivate forgiveness so those five science backs strategies to build resilience number one change the narrative face your fears in practice. Self compassion go easier self number four meditate again. You do your own homework. Do your own research there. Maybe it works for you. Maybe it doesn't. But i know in my own life it has helped kaminsky and number five avait forgiveness l look. I know we have a lot of questions. We all have a lot of questions in our lives but the most important question we can ask ourselves is this have. I accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith. In jesus christ while i hope this episode has helped. I'd definitely hope that you've gotten something out of it. If you have would you go to. I tunes and leave us a five star review. That would be amazing. And if you if you didn't like the episode and you're like hey. I learned something. Would you please go leave five star review. Those reviews actually helped so much. If you're like you know what. I'll leave review but maybe not five stars both. We'd like to hear those two so again. If you have any questions for us at all that you would like us to address here own the show. Send us a message podcasts. At courage to fight again dot com. And like i said at the beginning of the show. If it's on your mind it's worth exploring. Well thank you so much for listening. I'll see you next time We served now. 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Justice Department Takes Action Against COVID-19 Fraud

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Justice Department Takes Action Against COVID-19 Fraud

"Virus pandemic predictably, has led to a rise in fraudsters trying to make a quick buck off our vulnerability. But now is mad that Patoski reports in the Washington Post Some of these people nearly 500, in fact. May face consequences, and Matt joins me on the common Who's I'm Matt. Thanks for being with us today. Thanks for having me time. The number you have in your report is 474 people charged by the Justice Department what they charged with and how much money are the alleged to have swindled? Well, they're charged with a variety of fraud related offenses, and the total amount that they tried to take was 569 million. In some cases, you know, the department intervened before they were actually able to abscond with that money, But the fraud really runs the gambit. You know, everyone's probably heard of the P P P program, which gives loans to businesses. Ah, lot of people are charged with defrauding that essentially creating fake businesses or lying about how many people they employed to get loans that they haven't Then on personal expenses. There's another loan program called Idol or the Economic Injury, Disaster Loans program. Similar concept there. People would just make fake loan applications to get money that they would put in their pocket. And you know, this isn't we're not talking about a few $100 here. A few $1000 there. We're talking about millions and million dollars. One guy who just pleaded guilty. With this week or or late last week alone, this one guy alone trying to get $24.8 million in loans for businesses that just had no employees has been a big problem. In today, the just department kind of revealed the whole scope of what it is that their seed

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Happy anniversary, Animal Crossing!

Talking Tech

06:27 min | 3 months ago

Happy anniversary, Animal Crossing!

"This day one year ago. The nintendo switch game animal. Crossing new horizons launched when we were all hunkered down at home trying to keep ourselves and family safe amid the pandemic we had this digital island oasis where we could fish build plante and simply enjoy our surroundings without worry joining us now to talk about. The anniversary of animal crossing is first time. Guest felicia wellington rebel and engagement editor with usa. Today who has written a very delightful piece exploring nine other cozy nintendo switch games for fans of new horizons felicia. Thanks so much for being here. It's great to have you. Thank you for having me so when i play new horizons. I didn't really know a lot about animal crossing. I knew bits here. And there. But i really didn't play much before this. How familiar were you with animal. Crossing before you started new horizons. I guess i'm not so different. I mean i was pretty familiar. Played new leaf that was for three d. s. Forget when that came out maybe like twenty eleven twelve and pocket camp. I was really can't probably because it was on ios. And i get engaged with it a little bit more often than like up either held or you know a conflict playing a console game and i knew it existed before that and i'd heard amazing things and the characters are in other games but i think this is the first time even outside of pocket camp that i just really like all the things. Let's all things here. I you know the thing that that struck me. When i was first playing new horizons last year was just it felt so peaceful and it felt nice to just concentrate on really simple things like i need to find another type of fruit to grow in my island or oh i need to build a new room in my house or oh and need to find something i need to build this or find this fish and it just felt so simple and compared with what we were dealing with in real life it was just so nice to get away What did you enjoy. Most about playing new horizons. Definitely all of those things. I think it the game releasing at the same time that everything shut down and i'm in a state that was one of the first Completely shut down New jersey and so it really was just. It was like a place to visit. It was a social outlet Because you can buy friends to your island etcetera but you're also just interacting there were all these new interactions in the game that yeah going on a year. You're just like you already said that twice today. My island villager. But in the beginning it was all very brand new. You're still inviting people. The goals were still fresh. It was kind of. Like what do i want my island to look like and i just couldn't get enough and i still enjoy a lot of those same things as the new releases. Come out. I really do like i know that. Not everyone is pleased with some of their choices but the very fact that it's just constant new materials over the span of not just this past year but i think they've got stuff plan for the next couple of years. I think that's amazing. And i know it's not too different from previous games. I'll take a very much been a thing to look forward to In a world where we don't have a whole lot of things we can go out and experience and so being able to go into this digital world and really look forward to some of those goals are really kind of grind away at something. Adorable has been been a lot of fun. Yeah that was one thing i love to is meeting the neighbors you know and be able to socially interact with people because it's hard when you're guaranteed you can't really see anybody in person and that was like a nice little kind of weird thing where you know you just got to meet your neighbors and hang out and talk and stuff and it was such a simple thing but it was just really great to yeah. I absolutely love it. I know that some of the same functionality and previous games where like you could find out like their favorite drink and music is isn't quite in this game yet but in the beginning i didn't care it was just like who's moving to my island because you know some of those first ones you don't have a choice And then you're traveling from ireland. Define the person that you want or even just like looking up who you might wanna. Is this person still in the game. Who were the new characters. I don't know there was just a lot of i. I'm gonna call it collection. Finding you know where it's just like. Ooh all these new opportunities. What are what are the possibilities. Which ones do i want with my aesthetic. I don't know there's a lot of fun in that almost like childlike wonder. That's there yeah absolutely. So let's talk about your piece. You mentioned nine switch games. The player should consider if they love animal crossing if we had narrowed down to three. Which would you choose bellboy. Fine giving getting to nine okay fair. There were a lot of games on there. And they're all kind of open world. So i can see why you might just want some top choices. So let's see well. Ledge legends zelda is like a forever recommendation. So i'll pick three others. That one counts though. It's like your bonus always recommended any game in that franchise that whole series So well last campfire. I think is one of my favorite games on the list. No no no offense to all the others are all great but there is something about that game. It's a little haunting but Not in a bad way but oh kind of like. Wow like a very emotional game but i just i'm so drawn to it. I really enjoyed playing it. The puzzles I don't know everything about that. Game just really drew me in and another emotional one was Spirit fair. I think that when a lot of people recommend mount one it was really good. I'm happy check that one out. At first i was like. I'm gonna cry when i play that i'm good. I've done enough crying. But it really is just a great game and i'm really. I'm really thrilled. That i tried that one. I almost passed on it. And then i should say star valley which is great. But i'm gonna say little would as the third choice and here's why you can't really go wrong with you either one. They're pretty similar like very similar and they're probably both the most similar to animal crossing. But when i pick up the switch i tend to feel drawn to littlewood a little bit more. Sorry starting valley. I just i just open it way. More than i do start started valley little would so that will be the recommendation simply because at that because ultimately when i pick it up what do i go to play the most. If that's it then that's one. I should recommend okay. I'm going to have to try little would on the switch at. It's like super indy. I think it was just one guy who i think. He had a kickstarter for it and finally got it published. And i don't know. I really i really like it

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MLB Spring training: Which Players Have A Shot At Making the Giants' Team?

CBS Sports Radio

03:41 min | 3 months ago

MLB Spring training: Which Players Have A Shot At Making the Giants' Team?

"One guy that stands out to me and we'll get to Luciano. We've talked so much about him and how exciting and tantalizing he is. But we're talking bullpen, arms and guys who have a legitimate shot to make this team and one of the parting gifts from Bobby Evans. It seems like one of these guys. Camilo dove all he's been in the system time now did we saw him against the Dodgers the other night? He is exciting, and I think is you put out carry the best hair in the Giants bullpen right now. Oh, yeah, he he does have the best care because last year they had a guy Rodolfo Martinez, who was a Johnny Cueto look like just with better dreadlocks than Johnny Cueto. If you can imagine that this year, they've got Camilo Jovel who does not have better dreadlocks. But he has died his dreadlocks, so they're like orangish Red, And I'm hoping that by the regular season he'll have in his Giants Orange, because could you imagine that coming out of the bullpen? Got weapon 97 98 with a cutter and the breaking off a nasty slider. And then all of a sudden he's got the closer like hair, Camilo Devil and you make a great point. He is a parting gift from Bobby Evans. And this is something that we should talk about. I should write about eventually is all the parting gifts from Bobby Evans because you're starting to see the fruit of the Giants International. Sign me focus coming through the system. Marco Luciano, a Bobby Evans guy, Alexander Canario, Bobby Evans Guy. Curving Castro, a Bobby Evans guy. And so the Giants are starting to see this focus that we saw in the like post 2014 2015 World Series era where they went down to the Dominican Republic, Venezuela and other Latin American countries and sign some dudes and you're seeing that those dudes who they got when they were 16 17 years old are coming through this farm system and are going to be ready to contribute and so The village of all immediately popped out the other night against the Dodgers Cubs, But there's several other players, several other young players. Several other young pitchers who have really stood out so far. Well in another one is from the left side. Jake long this kid is from Sacramento. I think you would the Sac state or he's like up from the Northern California area. So he said. It was so funny. The quote I saw from him the other day was Buster Posey called him over to throw a bullpen and he called him by his name, and he was all stoked that Buster newest name because he's of that age group beauties like you and I. If Buster called us over, he'd be like, dude, that's Buster Posey calling my name so Him from the left side. You know, I hate to do the com thing, but I'm getting I'm getting Billy Wagner Vibes. Dude, What do you think? Billy Wagner vibes? That's that's fascinating. And so the reason I say that is because the jobs are actually building this guy up is a starter there. They're thinking of him a 97 from the left side, a guy with a hammer curveball and a good change up there looking at him as someone who could actually be in the rotation. And so when can't first started? Gabe Kapler traffic trump Buster Posey. They all said. Hey, pay some attention to this Sam Long guy. He's got something to him. And we're thinking, okay, This is just, you know, a guy who threw two good bullpens. You never know that happens every spring. He's probably a double A or maybe a triple a arm who could help them out of the bullpen Eventually. Then all of a sudden, he appears in the Cactus League opener against the Angels, and he has got major league stuff. No question in my mind after seeing him. Three pitches in I turn to Mark Sanchez in the press box. I go. I have seen enough. This guy can help the Giants right now, and I think that in keeping him as a starter and sending him down to triple A or double a to open up the season, you're potentially talking about someone copes who could somehow morphed his way into the Giants top pitching prospect and maybe beat Sean Jelly or Tristen back or some things other guys. The chance to excited about to the major league level. And so it's really fasting to see Sam Long come out of the bullpen because you're juxtaposing that with guys like Camilo, Javelin Caribbean Castro, who is another guy, Bobby Evan, signed who just has that hammer curve coming out of the bullpen 97. Very little mite early experience. But there are the pieces in place and you can correct me if I'm wrong. If you've seen anything differently, the first three or four days of spring training their pieces in place for the Giants to have one of the most exciting bullpens and Major league baseball and potentially one of the best is far as electricity goes like with stuff

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Should Biden raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour?

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Should Biden raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour?

"And why are you against the minimum wage. Well because it sets a precedent that says if anybody's willing to work for less than that they cannot. Right i mean it's the federal government inserting itself into a business arrangement between two people and the idea that somehow the minimum wage in new york city or on an alaskan Fishing boat needs to be the same as somebody working at a mcdonald's in rural mississippi I know that mississippi is the poorest eight right now. So i mean this is a big country and the federal government doesn't really have any business Getting involved in people's individual deals but if it does it at the very least should do ones that doesn't get people fired at the I think it's the government accounting office I believe is the organization they have done a nonpartisan look at this and yes the people who retained their jobs would have a better life after the minimum wage was raised however some people would lose their jobs over the course of the period of time after the minimum wage was instituted. Well and think about what it does to the people who are earning currently. So you've got the eight dollar an hour worker. You've got the ten dollars an hour worker. You got the fifteen dollars an hour worker. All of a sudden they all make fifteen bucks an hour but the one guy who is making the fifteen worked hard to get more than the eight in the ten but worked hard for ten years to get there and now he's just

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"one guys" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"one guys" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Fix a lunch for you. A blind date food cutting blind. Yes well i think the politically correct term is visually impaired. I suppose seeing the title screams formula is that that would be true for romantic comedies. In general but what about this one. Yeah with people like diane. Keaton and jeremy irons. And you'd expect a lot better than this The real tip off is that it was written and directed by dennis dugan who for years has been a member of the Comedy stable shall we say of happy gilmore. That is adam sandler. So you know that there's not going to be much wit In this movie and you could tell that from the opening clip. That was diane. Keaton and jeremy irons that clip He plays a stuffy wedding planner Who is has a blind date thrust upon him and it turns out that diane keaton whose his date is actually blind and so their first meeting. She stumbles into reception. He's planning and crashes into a big elaborate glass display that he's prepared for it. That's that gives you some idea of the quality of humor in this movie Another part of the movie involves a dating game on television called crash. Couples which literally chains together People who are terribly unlike one another so you get a dwarf chain to an amazonian a woman or you get for some reason a rabbi and an arab chain together Or you get as a is integral to the plot here A man with a russian emigre who claims to be a lawyer. But it's actually a stripper that gives you some idea of the level of humor that exists in this movie Even old veterans like diane. Keaton and jeremy irons cannot compensate with their talent. Crudity the humor in this movie which is really almost unwatchable at certain going have to pass on this right moving onto a biography..

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"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"<hes> unholy and i am certainly not afraid or scared that any democrat would get wrapped up in this and get rolled up and go to jail. I hope the that's what happens dot is. I think going to be the main difference we see going forward between trump supporters and the rest of us yeah is that they will defend trump on these things they you think they can make the same argument like the democratic party used to be the party of the k._k._k. But i'm like not anymore though it's like they think we're gonna just like side with bill because he's a democrat now. It's like no he's. He's he's doing that. We're finding out about now real time so obviously you can take them but i think a lot of republicans think that democrats put up with anything just for the sake of party in fact the other way is that's how it usually works like the republicans usually overly push you out. We look what happened to franken. Totally they'll find exceptions and in a lot of people will say look democrats and republicans are the same <hes> neither moment which is not the case but you know i look i get power corrupts the problem it's also good to point out if sex work were regulated in legal than all of the shitty things that are happening totally <hes> mhm yup those precisely the truth so yeah boston necessa and legalized sex work regulate it make say if <hes> <hes> for everyone and maybe rid of the two parties is semi eventually two zero minor detail just idea of like they think just because we're democrats that this is what we stand for. It's like no not at all. You have a far less chance of stopping the two party system if you elect a republican so keep that in mind as we approach twenty twenty <hes> you know <hes> obviously i've already <hes> pledged my vote to whoever women of color supporting important the primary i've i've pledged my vote to whoever the democratic nominee is one hundred percent and then all blew down ballot. That's one hundred percent what i'm doing. I hope that you guys do the same or at least take the indivisible pledge that that's as your back. Whatever democratic candidate wins <hes> no more of this. You know a philosophical votes. I i need a purity test. It has to be one hundred percent of my candidate if not i'm not going to vote. If you're not a hundred percent period you shouldn't be expected to vote for someone one hundred percent pure and that is you know the that is not being able to see your a privilege at all think about other people when you do that. I don't think anybody who listens to this show. Is that way so you guys. Do you guys have any final thoughts before we wrap it up. <hes> <hes> there is a fund. I forgot the name but it's for whoever wins the democratic primary. There's a fun for them online. If you google it where you can donate to whoever wins apparently like preemptively preemptively holy shit remember the name but <hes> bullshit jigs hack though swing swing left behind behind that one as well yeah 'cause usually the you have to donate to a specific person because there are limits on how much you can donate yeah. That's interesting yeah. I think so it must be a packard or something yeah. It's gotta be some kind of organization that they have within themselves but it's happening so find it by people. They are so confident. He's going to get the nomination. Oh my god. I really hope he's not the one but i will but the gaff master was hard at work this week as president when he does slip-ups really important things. I'm like better than trump. Better than trump is a bad standard but you're totally this bar to be fair..

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"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Forget alan dershowitz jay z's buddy and lawyer good name for your pitch as he rep's claus claus von bulow and that movie was made about the case we all suspect allen is petco <hes> and though no proof on that you probably met him when he was hanging with jay e wow and who who sent the email <hes> a reporter for mail-on-sunday damn conservative. They're conservative right wing u._k. Newspaper wow we all suspect. Alan is a petco and they're no proof on that. You probably met him when you were hanging out with you which is emails things like that just for fun you know obviously the serious like email yeah jeffrey also testified dershowitz had sex with her at several of epstein mansions and said that once she gave him oral sex in the back of a limousine on the way to his house in massachusetts while epstein another young young woman watched remember dershowitz wanted part of the documents unsealed moser probably the parts he didn't want getting out yet then a former epstein house manager testified that a distraught fifteen year old girl told him in two thousand five. She was pressured to have sex on epstein private island. The girl refused epstein's assistant. Sarah callan took her passport away and phone gave them to his lane maxwell and she was not allowed to leave the island. Oh my god how she was detained against her will at fifteen <hes> <hes> do freeze father sky roberts was named as mar-a-lago most valuable employees in a letter signed by trump in two thousand shoe free testified that she never saw trump with epstein or you're see him have sex with girls epstein homes. That's according to do freeze testimony right. Jeffrey also testified maxwell had her own slaves would receive massages from girls maxwell denies. This and trump has re tweeted a conspiracy theory that bill and hillary clinton put the hit out of course stein. That's it's been going around to. I should have known that when he re tweeted that <hes> i think it was dubbed video of hillary clinton or someone beating up c._n._n. Or something like that. It was like a bunch of random. I'm like a propaganda but when i saw him that i was like that's crazy for the president to retreat something that random but seeing now where he's taking these tweets light to the fact that this kind of conspiracy theory is being repeated by the president. That's probably one of the more terrifying points this whole thing is that he's going to side with the crazies yeah and there's actually a lot of speculation shen that because trump often accuses others of what he himself has done since he shared this conspiracy theory that he that clinton but the hit out on on epstein fuller thinking that maybe point the finger back to back him yeah i will say this also. There's a picture that's going around of trump kissing on the cheek when she's a young girl and then epstein is right next next to them that picture doctored did not real so don't care that or use it for any of your argument appoint. I've seen yeah. I've seen trump any lanka together but not with epstein saying yeah. It's like a it's just a total..

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"one guys" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Forget alan dershowitz jay z's buddy and lawyer good name for your pitch as he rep's claus claus von bulow and that movie was made about the case we all suspect allen is petco <hes> and though no proof on that you probably met him when he was hanging with jay e wow and who who sent the email <hes> a reporter for mail-on-sunday damn conservative. They're conservative right wing u._k. Newspaper wow we all suspect. Alan is a petco and they're no proof on that. You probably met him when you were hanging out with you which is emails things like that just for fun you know obviously the serious like email yeah jeffrey also testified dershowitz had sex with her at several of epstein mansions and said that once she gave him oral sex in the back of a limousine on the way to his house in massachusetts while epstein and another young young woman watched remember dershowitz wanted part of the documents unsealed. Those are probably the parts. He didn't getting yeah then a former epstein house. Manager testified that a distraught fifteen year old girl told him in two thousand five. She was pressured to have sex on epstein private island. The girl refused epstein's assistant. Sarah callan took her passport away and phone gave them to his lane maxwell and she was not allowed to leave the island. Oh my god how she was detained against her will at fifteen <hes> <hes> do freeze father sky roberts was named as mar-a-lago most valuable employees in a letter signed by trump in two thousand shoe free testified that she never saw trump with epstein or you're see him have sex with girls epstein homes. That's according to do freeze testimony right. Jeffrey also testified maxwell had her own slaves would receive massages from girls maxwell denies. This and trump has re tweeted a conspiracy theory that bill and hillary clinton put the hit out of course stein. That's it's been going around to. I should have known that when he re tweeted that <hes> i think it was dubbed video of hillary clinton or someone beating up c._n._n. Or something like that. It was like a bunch of random. I'm like a propaganda but when i saw him that i was like that's crazy for the president to retreat something that random but seeing now where he's taking these tweets light to the fact that this kind of conspiracy theory is being repeated by the president. That's probably one of the more terrifying to this whole thing is that he's going to side with the crazies yeah and there's actually a lot of speculation shen that because trump often accuses others of what he himself has done since he shared this conspiracy theory that he that clinton but the hit out on on epstein fuller thinking that maybe point the finger back to back him yeah i will say this also. There's a picture that's going around of trump kissing on the cheek when she's a young girl and then epstein is right next next to them that picture doctored did not real so don't care that or use it for any of your argument appoint. I've seen yeah. I've seen trump vodka together but not with epstein saying yeah. It's like a it's just a total..

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"one guys" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Where i start thinking of my concern quote unquote conspiracy theory is is that did they turn a blind eye was it just negligence was at gross negligence. Did they turn a blind eye accidentally or were they purposefully not checking king on epstein every thirty minutes did they purposefully take him out of his room with his cellmate. Put him in the shoe when they're not supposed to. We haven't seen the report that is required <hes> when you take someone suicide watch and put them in the shoe were not back with their sally and so now i'm like okay well. Was this an intentional. I'm going to look the other way. Versus a we just looked the other way and i have a really hard time making that true in my head considering in who he is and that he is probably the one guy in the world. You should be watching closely for for death by suicide yeah the fact that even like just accidentally additionally they would forget. I wonder how often they didn't check on him like if the logs will show that that was the only time they managed check on him in that whole process that would be very suspicious into the camera should show it totally or to prove their case and need to prove that they don't check on a bunch of other people too when they're supposed to or something who's gonna cook the books there but then it's epstein epstein like right like that's the one guy you don't forget to check on exactly especially if you had the knowledge that you'd better tell the d._o._j. He's back with his cellmate and he's being sucked don thirty minutes every thirty minutes and not do it and not do it adds to be to be exactly yeah. Exactly it's like scandal episode. It is totally scandal episode road are i guess we should be back in one second. Hey all a._g. Here to tell you about native deodorant. I've been looking for a long time for an alternative with less aluminum and clean and green lenience nontoxic stuff that smelled great but more importantly that works and i found it. It's called native and they have over eight thousand five-star.

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"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Mean you're physiological. Theological body agrees with you exactly and that's what gives us panic attacks and does all easing all those things yeah so while you might say. I totally blame my attacker. Yes with your rational brain but when sometimes when we get into panic attack mode fight flight or freeze we're no longer thinking rationally and we might not say the words i blame myself. I blame myself but not could manifest into different physiological symptoms yeah good point. You have to remember that as well. <hes> some. I guess sort of good news news that no one but epstein could challenge the search warrant on his house in court so everything will be admissible against any other defendant without the possibility of emotion to suppress so so there's that <hes> computers in everything that he possibly store data on or in although many of them had been destroyed. There's been multiple fires et cetera cetera yeah but here's the story i was telling you about before we go to break late breaking sunday morning from the new york times sources familiar with epstein detention tell reporters that epstein was supposed to be checked on every thirty minutes but was not the night before he died. He was also post supposed to have a cellmate because he at like pre said was right. After you're taking off suicide watch march two weeks ago which he was two weeks ago the you're supposed to go back to your with your cellmate. You're not supposed to be putting a shoe and the jail told the department of justice they'd be putting him back with cellmate and checking on him every thirty minutes which is policy they neither of those things happen both will likely be part of the focus of the f. b. i. n. Oh i g investigations. That's huge definitely. The jail did not follow protocol and this is where i start thinking of my concern quote unquote conspiracy theory is is that did they turn a blind eye was it just negligence was at gross negligence. Did they turn a blind eye accidentally or were they purposefully not checking king on epstein every thirty minutes did they purposefully take him out of his room with his cellmate put him in the shoe and they're not supposed to we haven't seen the report that is required <hes> when you take someone suicide watch and put them in the shoe and we're not back with their sally and so now i'm like okay well. Was this an intentional. I'm going to look the other way. Versus a we just looked the other way and i have a really hard time making that true in my head considering in who he is and that he is probably the one guy in the world. You should be watching closely for for death by suicide yeah the fact that even like just accidentally additionally they would forget. I wonder how often they didn't check on him like if the logs will show that that was the only time they managed check on him in that whole process that would be very suspicious into the camera should show it totally or to prove their case and need to prove that they don't check on a bunch of other people too when they're supposed to or something who's gonna cook the books there but then it's epstein epstein like right like that's the one guy you don't forget to check on exactly especially if you had the knowledge that you'd better tell the d._o._j. He's back with his cellmate and he's being checked john thirty minutes every thirty minutes and not do it and not do it adds to be to be exactly yeah. Exactly it's like scandal episode. It is totally scandal episode road are i guess we should be back in one second. Hey all a._g. Here to tell you about native deodorant. I've been looking for a long time for an alternative with less aluminum and clean and green lenience nontoxic stuff that smelled great but more importantly that works and i found it. It's called native and they have over eight thousand five-star.

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"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"I've talked about this before on the show trigger warning. I was molested as of six year old kid and my brain doesn't blame him because i truly think that he is like mentally ill and she is a mentally. Ill person. I believe that no rational human being would make a rational choice choice to be a pedophile. That's like something that roger mentally believe but their implications of that for like not holding people accountable in the ways is that they need to be right yeah so i don't know for sure because i am in a similar boat with what happened to me and i totally blame them and i think that just as a really interesting difference friends there is that it could be. I was a kid when it happened so my brain thinks about stuff and i just think that i think talking about now. You're probably a contribution yet to why i feel this way. It's like as an adult people do this for all kinds of reasons but bottom line is when it happens. I don't think there should be passed anyway but you're right. There's different ways to address s someone who may have a different type of mental disorder than someone who does something less heinous. You know so yeah. I think that if he assaults a kid no matter where your brain is your mentally mentally. I mean you're you're a criminal but also there's reasons why you're a criminal. You're sociopaths. There's recent wires sociopath yeah for sure and there's something you have to like. I think needs to be addressed to is that rationally. You blame your attacker with your rational brain. That doesn't mean you're physiological. Theological body agrees with you exactly and that's what gives us panic attacks and does all easing all those things yeah so while you might say. I totally blame my attacker..

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The Daily Beans

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"And the d._o._j. Should be conducted in a transparent way so the criminal case ends but the civil suits against him. We'll go forward or his estate. I should say say and the investigations into the sketchy plea deal that he got in two thousand eight are also still moving forward. <hes> pre says there should be pretty clear video of what happened in the jail. There's cameras all over that place and he also says when a prisoner is on suicide watch that requires removal from the shoe but he was in the shoe so he was not on on on suicide watch and have the prisoners taken off suicide. Watch and return to the shoe. There needs to be a written report about it and we haven't seen that report so that would be an interesting another piece of evidence to get that. I'm sure that the i g and f._b._i. Will be looking into yeah and have they released like that. Many statements really if any the federal liberal bureau of prisons the m. f. the phobe or a or something like that yeah <hes> it's gonna be a while. I guess my point is until we start hearing ring any sort of explanations whatsoever so and probably until we see if anything was even written about that yeah and a lot of this goes toward privacy as well. They might not release a lot of information because it could go against the privacy act <hes> so we have that to contend with as well when we're trying to find find out transparently what happened here but apparently the d._o._j. Is very upset. <hes> and everyone the victims a lot of victims have come forward <hes> and survivors making statements minson. They don't feel like they can get closer now because they won't have a chance to face your accuser which could be a motive if this was death by suicide for epstein to to do it. That's kind of few narcissistic sort of thing that that we were discussing earlier you will you have to to commit such heinous crimes. I believe leave you have to engage in some sort of splitting of yourself in your actions and yourself and your conception of yourself to even continue on like as a human being that does not try to kill themselves yeah 'cause it's so awful right so for them to get to face him in a courtroom would be a merging of these two realities that he's somehow crafted in separated in his brain that just would fucking break his brain. I think yeah that's a good point but i thought about that yeah but i don't know not trying to make any excuses for him or anything but i think cognitively. I believe that is kind of what happens. Yeah and we're walking this weird fine line right now because this is an accused used sex trafficker horrible horrible p. o. s. human being <hes> but also when we'd want to discuss mental health issues that might be involved. We're you know just understand that. We aren't defending him in any way. <hes> and i'm not letting d._o._j. Or the prison off the hook in any way. We're just having a discussion about it totally yeah i don't even i'm not even necessarily bringing in the mental illness more so just like the mental mechanics mechanics i think of how sociopaths sort of work righteous things to consider yeah exactly but but i don't know i mean that's a whole argument in and of itself right are sociopaths to blame morally. Is this guy even a sociopath. What constitutes a sociopath or a psychopath or something. I think i think yes but yet questions but i think the answer is yes. He is. I mean i wonder like how much evidence you need to know if someone's a child sex trafficker or associated it's like there's so many do things that are pointing towards it just that we know alone as non-lawyers or whatever and it's like they're not necessarily rumors. At this point right. I mean there was a fifty three page indictment. Oh for dozens of of girls yeah. I feel like that files under sociopathic yeah for sure but i get what you're saying like. It's i mean there are definitions for these things but i i feel like it matches <hes> for sure <hes> yeah. He's a psycho yeah. It's yeah it's cure. It's curious to me how i have failed absolutely zero compassion for this man in the wake of something that's pretty horrifying for sure <hes> but i do also feel with my own experience with sexual assault <hes> we..

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"one guys" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"And the d._o._j. Should be conducted in a transparent way so the criminal case ends but the civil suits against him. We'll go forward or his estate. I should say say and the investigations into the sketchy plea deal that he got in two thousand eight are also still moving forward. <hes> pre says there should be pretty clear video of what happened in the jail. There's cameras all over that place and he also says when a prisoner is on suicide watch that requires removal from the shoe but he was in the shoe so he was not on on on suicide watch and have the prisoners taken off suicide. Watch and return to the shoe. There needs to be a written report about it and we haven't seen that report so that would be an interesting another piece of evidence to get that. I'm sure that the i g and f._b._i. Will be looking into yeah and have they released like that. Many statements really if any the federal liberal bureau of prisons the m. f. the phobe or a or something like that yeah <hes> it's gonna be a while. I guess my point is until we start hearing ring any sort of explanations whatsoever so and probably until we see if anything was even written about that yeah and a lot of this goes toward privacy as well. They might not release a lot of information because it could go against the privacy act <hes> so we have that to contend with as well when we're trying to find find out transparently what happened here but apparently the d._o._j. Is very upset. <hes> and everyone the victims a lot of victims have come forward <hes> and survivors making statements minson. They don't feel like they can get closer now because they won't have a chance to face your accuser which could be a motive if this was death by suicide for epstein to to do it. That's kind of few narcissistic sort of thing that that we were discussing earlier you will you have to to commit such heinous crimes. I believe leave you have to engage in some sort of splitting of yourself in your actions and yourself and your conception of yourself to even continue on like as a human being that does not try to kill themselves yeah 'cause it's so awful right so for them to get to face him in a courtroom would be a merging of these two realities that he's somehow crafted in separated in his brain that just would fucking break his brain. I think yeah that's a good point but then i thought about that yeah but i don't know not trying to make any excuses for him or anything but i think cognitively. I believe that is kind of what happens. Yeah and.

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"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Morning. When we found out he was not only as a former cop that was in for murder he was his cellmate and we were all wondering if he had attacked him two weeks ago when he he was found in his cell with marks on his neck reports say that he was in the shoe which is the special housing unit which is solitary confinement so if every was moved from his cell with tag tagliabue tar tag leone after he was put on suicide watch he was not returned to that cell and the details as i said are slowly coming out and in fact the new york times dropped that information this sunday. We'll get to that as well if his cellmate did make an attempt on his life the last time or the first time i should say wouldn't wouldn't we have heard about that. You think so. I would think so too <hes> i i would think but then of course they've said that yeah because when they said you know we haven't released that information due to privacy that to me says it was self inflicted wounds because there wouldn't be any privacy harm by another person right yeah. That'd be one of those threats. They have to report poor. I would think not unless there's some sort of jail prison privacy that says we don't talk about other insects right. What happens is stadium. It's gambling totally. There is that so i wonder if he knew he'd poss- possibly die in jail like if he ever thought that was part of his potential legacy yeah or that he would <hes> <hes> die by suicide because we know that he was very not cool with being incarcerated in two thousand and eight <hes> so much so that they left his door unlocked. They bought him a t._v. They put it in the attorneys newsroom. He had in-and-out privileges. He was out twelve hours a day working in head his nonprofit he would go to his mansion. <hes> jalili you'd reported he'd continue having sir sex with <hes> women or young girls or both while in jail supposedly jail guards that we're supposed to watch him <hes> we're actually she more of a security detail that paid extra money for the eagles his driver one of the egos. That's yeah that's exactly right. What's my job here. Just protect epstein yeah. You're here for yeah. Totally and bar was reported billboard. Attorney general was reported to have been livid when he heard the news that <hes> jeffrey stein had died by suicide <hes> and some and some of that new york times reporting we'll get to in a minute can corroborate that ah so i mean there's all sorts of theories flying if you've seen the family the documentary or if you read the book family a lot of people are thinking that that could be a connection or that you know clinton. Put a hit out on him. Trump put hit out on on him and and i don't know that i'm there i think i'm more along the lines of either unknowing or willful negligence on behalf on the part of the people in the prison. I don't know it went up to bill barr. I certainly have no trust in the department of justice not the men and women who worked there but the person at the top so it's all just sort of a speculation elation at this point yeah but bill has ordered investigations f._b._i. Investigation into it and an office of the inspector general for the department of justice horowitz..

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"one guys" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Morning. When we found out he was not only as a former cop that was in for murder he was his cellmate and we were all wondering if he had attacked him two weeks ago when he he was found in his cell with marks on his neck reports say that he was in the shoe which is the special housing unit which is solitary confinement so if every was moved from his cell with tag tagliabue tar tag leone after he was put on suicide watch he was not returned to that cell and the details as i said are slowly coming out and in fact the new york times dropped that information this sunday. We'll get to that as well if his cellmate did make an attempt on his life the last time or the first time i should say wouldn't wouldn't we have heard about that. You think so. I would think so too <hes> i i would think but then of course they've said that yeah because when they said you know we haven't released that information due to privacy that to me says it was self inflicted wounds because there wouldn't be any privacy harm by another person right yeah. That'd be one of those threats. They have to report poor. I would think not unless there's some sort of jail prison privacy that says we don't talk about other insects right. What happens is stadium. There's gambling totally. There is that so i wonder if he knew he'd pass possibly die in jail like if he ever thought that was part of his potential legacy yeah or that he would <hes> <hes> die by suicide because we know that he was very not cool with being incarcerated in two thousand and eight <hes> so much so that they left his door unlocked. They bought him a t._v. They put it in the attorneys newsroom. He had in-and-out privileges. He was out twelve hours a day working in head his nonprofit he would go to his mansion. <hes> jalili you'd reported he'd continue having sir sex with <hes> women or young girls or both while in jail supposedly jail that the guards that we're supposed to watch him <hes> we're actually she more of a security detail that paid extra money for the eagles his driver one of the egos. That's yeah that's exactly right. What's my job here. Just protect epstein yeah. You're here for yeah. Totally and bar was reported billboard. Attorney general was reported to have been livid when he heard the news that <hes> jeffrey stein had died by suicide <hes> and some and some of that new york times reporting we'll get to in a minute can corroborate that ah so i mean there's all sorts of theories flying if you've seen the family the documentary or if you read the book family a lot of people are thinking that that could be a connection or that you know clinton. Put a hit out on him. Trump put hit out on on him and and i don't know that i'm there i think i'm more along the lines of either unknowing or willful negligence on behalf on the part of the people in the prison. I don't know it went up to bill barr. I certainly have no trust in the department of justice not the men and women who worked there but the person at the top so it's all just sort of a speculation elation at this point yeah but bill has ordered investigations f._b._i. Investigation into it and an office of the inspector general for the department of justice horowitz..

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"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

"And if he didn't say, look, Andy, there's not a lot of sixty year old relief pitchers that would be that would be a reasonable request. Right. You still would let them any has the face like, I'd let you follow your dream. And do you like George Plumpton type thing? But I don't know. I don't know if I I don't know if I would I think, pruning, there's something to press. Croon off a couple of hobbies book prune off of islander don't reach for your dreams Dante's. Yeah. Some dreams. Yeah. I can't on six hours a day. Not going to have to we could to it also has to do with this focused and energy a g. Yeah. I think now we know how to focus. We don't have as much energy. But we know how to focus what energy we do have that whole period where I took sewing lessons. Just because I thought it would be like good for my brain to work with spatial reasoning. Like seriously, I did. And it was like interesting by mostly just followed instructions in like did which she told me, and then like made a thing that I never wore. But like a lot of time spent and now I sort of feel like, you know, what fuck sewing. I like writing songs is what I like. Right. I liked to do whether it's like a dumb parody song for Christmas show or a song. We've right for friend for their birthday or or something for my album or something for musical like whatever it is. I like to write songs, I can't wait to get back through ruining sauce. You love do you love writing? I like writing songs in the more the more. I like it like the more. I do focus on it in a regular way. Like, you know, like it's a job get up and do it every day, the more the more fun. It is. I'm like Randy Newman. But without the all mazing things he produced because he says he hates he hates to writing songs does. He really hate. But maybe say that the old days. Weirdly makes a lot of sense. If it just seems very crowded city, but I want to if I do write more songs I want to have fun doing it. I don't want to torture myself. I think I can do that. Let's go back to a little podcast chat about when you started comedy a friend's just said, you should do this. You started doing it? And then people always want this like when did you know that you were going to be a musician over and like there was never a HIV? It'll moment, right. Like, yes. I'm going to be a musician. You know, and it sounds like there was not a comedy moment. Like that for you. Well, it wasn't a sense that I basically quit. I'm quitting this plan. Couldn't play or anything. I hated everything. When I started to get the comedy thing going and started to have a met momentum of its own because I think there is like kind of an egalitarian side the comedy like really anybody can go anywhere and put their name. And I think I always felt music was more gatekeepers at the beginning. But I should probably just my own imaging again. No, I think you're probably right. Well, what with with with comedy? I mean, it started to get going. I would do these things and then just a career. I also came up in the eighties. When there was a comedy boom wrote. So within four years of starting standup. I was on the road thirty weeks a year forty weeks schools in western New Jersey, I did rascals in west orange club. The club owners liked me. That's the only reason why I got booked. That's the thing that people don't realize if you go ten minutes outside of New York City like on the island Jack's top of the town. Jack's top of the town..

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"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

"And then you fall into your old things of just so just beat yourself up more about doing it. Right. As opposed to you have a disorder. You can't always avoid it. But maybe you could avoid writing these kind of pitches in the future. So it was a mazing as many because I didn't see myself while owing in that I wasn't going to get out of it. Yeah. To do something different to interrupt the cycle. 'cause I Britain. She thought I hadn't been was a pitch. She had written anything I'd written fifty pages. And so it was like it was that I wasn't letting it out of my head. And I was like just yelling at myself or they're gonna be mad. I'm late again. Just like revising and revising and revising because I don't and also there's certain things you can't explain the pitch. So I was like, well, they won't understand it. I was pitching it to them. And they're going to pitch it to somebody. They're going to pitch it. They're gonna pitch the show. Right. Right. So I just wouldn't let go with the part where all all my fears. Like, oh, well, they know what I'm talking about. But once go, then the they would ask a question of when you were saying that is that what you were talking about. I have not been able to do that. I wasn't able to answer emails for years. I wasn't able to answer texts. I mean, I did the bare minimum of what I had to do. But I was scared of all these things because of the perfectionist thing because you're not going to give the right Email. You get along Email your phrase that you have to write this long responses to be perfect. And then the Email never gets answered. Yeah. That's a giant problem. I have to just go. Just right align hits end. Yes. Line spell ticket hits. In doesn't have to be perfect. It just has to be done and medications helped me a Prozac. And it's been it's really good for OCD. This is very interesting to me. Because therapy is a part of process is a real thing for sure it's a real thing that their lack of self-awareness gets in the way of any kind of creative endeavor because you just can't perfectionism especially self segment. You've just can't proceed you judge. It. You think it's terrible. Nobody will hear it you're worthless. And then and then what you know, the nothing happens. The idea that one has to maintain a level of mental illness and not be under medication to be. At once. Best creatively is utterly wrong. Yeah. I think what's what's your what's your two cents on the idea of? You know, if you get syrupy that's gonna somehow interfere with the creative process or luckily, I've been doing comedy for so long that nothing like the medicine is not affecting like my stream of consciousness or anything. It's not affecting my style. You know?.

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"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

"When I'm hobbling myself by getting overly concerned with how I'm presenting among people who are on paper more talented than you know, last night at the show for listeners. We did a Christmas show do this weekend at Largo. Andy was one of our guests. And during the first song somebody had turned the standby on my amp on. So there was no sound that came out of it totally threw me off. And it took me like half the show to come back, and it's stupid, and I should not be doing that at this point in my life and career. Well, it's interesting because that's you did feel that. I'm I'm still in the camp of I'm too far that can't by I never allow myself to have the feeling. So you if you ally. So I always it's okay. That you so they may not be your issue that electrically knows. Okay. Like, it was fine. We played this is to find those are fine. But emotionally, but you guys see I think you probably know, I think you probably don't realize nets. You do you know that you're? You're you're comfortable with your technique. So that's the thing. It's hard for me music is like I don't I haven't done enough to really understand all the things, you know, internalize it as your own language that you could speak, right. I'm nowhere near getting past this same you, man. That's that's an man. And when I when I went off tune in the last thing, I was like I'm on run off the stage because it's unacceptable that you would be off. Tune and the voices. I mean, it's not acceptable that you would be off. Tune because he'll because that means that you're bad what you're doing. Because the way I reacted to what my parents, didn't whatever or whatever it wasn't given to me was I also said, I will do it. I am going to be the best musician. So that was where the competitive thing hurt me in a way. But that's the what motivated 'cause then I kind of like just stumbled into comedy, a friend of mine asked me, if I wanted to do it, and it was like instantly when I was in music, I was in cover bands. When I started doing comedy. I was at the improv. It's like if you told me. In nineteen seventy eight and the okay just ahead on up to Madame Wong's west. And the thing was so frightening to me, you know. And so it was it must have been just everybody has a different life and how they how they do it. But it's fascinating to me that oh, you're angst is about music the road that you did not take and the and the road that was just as accidental road that an easy saying that you never imagined. You would do for a career is what do I played violin for fourteen years? And I hated it after about three weeks my God. And I had done this realized therapy that my my violin teacher who was nicer than my mom at the time. My mom was depressed by didn't realized she was depressed. So she was just not available in. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. But and I thought my violence was so great because she was focused on me and everything. Yeah. But now, I realized that she had her own issues. And I was always feel like she knew I didn't rehearse so one time, and she said it was like let me show you how would have happened. If you why wouldn't you get one point go you obviously don't seem happy with the insurance. She and that's bad because she thought I was prodigy. And I don't think I was. 'cause so I think she even got the wrong thing going in which was this kicked picks up anything easily, you know, which when I was at Atari dry. So tell students like doesn't matter how long you get at once you get it, you get it. So don't worry about that. But I was so scared of losing her approval. And I went to this also life until taekwondo thing with many times, this is one of the main things in my life with going to a third degree black buoy..

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"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

"But this insecurity this self judgment and perfectionism it doesn't come up in comedy or doesn't stop you in your tracks. Or you're able to overcome it or how did stop me say these things all going back. I was able to figure out once knowing what my disorder is. So. I spent one whole so I never doubted that I could be funny. I never doubted. I never thought much about how the jokes were coming out. And my dad was fun. I know I was comfortable. That's funny. I it's funny. You got less than your family. And you thought your father was funny, right imitated, his voice to assert Nick. So that took care of a lot of things that a lot of people starting out that actually it was the key to me in a way finding myself because I think the most problems with most artists are they're stuck in that part, not the most problems. But when you're stuck constantly worried about 'cause you need to eat food, and you need to make a living. It's like you're stuck in your head. And you get and a lot of people never find the creative thing to to attach to. So I felt very lucky that way, but I for one whole year I was on stage like this my the microphone is in my right hand. Now. Now, I am gesture into the left side the macro, and I didn't realize I had OCD I'd ever 'cause I went to get help for it. When I was twenty. Because my thing was I thought I was in the car and I hit pebble. I thought it was a person. And it was like I went to the free clinic. And the person literally said, I've never heard of something like this now when you look at both CD, but I didn't know that I could get help for this. I thought the rest of my life. I'd be trusted my head. So it did affect me my stuff affected me. But not the same way. Like now, I feel like when I could play music like the thing we did this week. And was so challenging for me because I have to accept the fact that I'm gonna be off key. Or I'm going to be whatever is cannot. I cannot stand next to you guys. And it's nice to one approval. But you can't do it. You have to do it for your own reason. And it to me it was like, I actually practiced this weekend. Because I always used to think tell me if I'm good enough to be a singer songwriter guitarist, then I'll continue, you know. And I never had that we've comedy. But all the other things we always get in my way worried about who hates me where about. Having too much ambition. Yeah. Has that been a big motivator and has that. I mean, like, I think that when people first start out there's a lot of I can do that too. Or I want I want to be special are would it be noticed or that kind of thing sort of a cocktail of all of that stuff is? So it is kind of weird to not have that extra motivation the competitive thing, but it's always feel like it's really there with musicians amazed that with every field, but I've never gotten to the point in music where I'm not aware that if I was playing with other people that would be all these issues I would be deal because it's still I just learned this two years of this maybe excited. Oh now, I can go back and play music and not have to worry. But the same thing is with me. Like now, I can have a conversation with the having the war. I'm trying to do this in every part every part of my life of trying to get over the fact that I have been like I didn't realize that anxiety. I didn't think I had. It's don't Having have. zayed. Well, I have nothing but anxiety. I could've told you could've told you. Well, you helped me a lot..

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"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

"That is your style. That is your pet style was just going to say, I don't mean to cast all iguana owners in one when too broad a brush. But I bet they come up with a lot of songs for their iguanas. I really need to know. I feel like somehow they ratio of Guana San's as not as high as like a cat or dog songs would do you? Would you think that a cat a cat dog owner is more likely to sing a parody song to their pet? I would probably say cat because I think you tend to talk to dogs more like children. Yeah. Whereas cats have the little bit of an extra thing where you sort of know, they're not actually paying attention to you. So it makes your parody song to them even funnier. Yes, says it's more like an NGO with yourself xactly at the the cash very much like why are you? What are you doing? Why why are you making noises with your mouthful at me or the dog would be like? What what what are you? I agree with your assessment. Well, all of this has nothing to do with indicate ler. No, let's talk about any anti killer. Does you know how we can link this up with Andy killer. Catchy and funny catching a funny. Yeah. He I think he would understand a pet parody song. Oh, yeah. I'm sure he he would break into one Brig into one. I've known Andy for many many years I used to see him at what we call the old Largo. So that's you know, I don't know fifteen years ago. Andy is just so funny. There's the funny thing about him. Also is if he's in a situation where he's bombing. You can tell it just makes him really happy. And he liked gets funnier and funnier not to try to win the audience over. It's like there's this perverse thing where he l- he kind of loves that. They don't get it. It's very perversity very, very funny. I feel like I've seen him do sets where he's not bombing. But he sets himself. Up as if he were precisely so that he can start critiquing himself in a very funny way. He loves to dig a hole, and then just keep digging and. Ask you Claude at the sides. So just keep widening the whole doesn't necessarily it's wider. It gets. Exactly it gets wider. It's all everybody's in it with him. It's the greatest this is interesting because I mean, I've been a fan of Andy's. I probably I became aware of him on the the doctor Katz a cartoon show on comedy, central many, many many many many years ago, and I've seen him do stand up a million times. But we only met he ni- for the first time this past December twenty eighteen when you and I aim had him. Join us for Christmas shows that we did in Los Angeles. And he was the ghost of Hannukah. No. He was like the Jacob Marley. Who's like the Jacob Marley character?.

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"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"one guys" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

"But that's the type of thing you that is great for her a for every for all of us. I'm just saying if you guys would listen to me about Twitter and my parent my permits game, it's multilevel marketing scheme if you get five people to join Twitter. Right. If you give five people to leave Twitter, look, I use less five people till five people. Right. I use lift I'm not telling you guys you got to use my hashtag. Maybe it looks a little cheesy to you. But I'm telling you we all win in the end. Amy. Hi, it's good to talk to you again. Ted. I'm talking to you via FaceTime, which meant that at some point. I had to turn FaceTime back on which meant that. Anybody could call me and listening to what I was doing. Oh, yes. They fixed that bug. That is the we right. I think that was only with group FaceTime, which I didn't even know you could do my wrong about that. Well, that's how you do it like you call someone I think I think like you call someone and then you make it a group thing adding yourself, and then I don't know. And then the let the spy let us dropping begin we sort of preempt that by actually recording and releasing this conversation to the public. So exactly listen in. I don't know. What do you think you're going to hear? I mean, I know what people think they're gonna here. But you know, I don't need to hear you Russell and around or chopping vegetables or flushing the toilet. A lot of all of that. A lot of home into myself singing to myself a lot of talking to the Kelly. Do you think to yourself? Oh, yes. In myself all the time. No kidding sing to that's really with think singing to the Cavs differ category. Like, of course, exactly of course, when sings and talks to one's pet. What do you think to yourself? Sometimes it is singing to the pet. Adjacent a lot of times. It's it's just some other song that's been in my head that I'm I don't know just be singing it out loud. Lately. If you listen to last week's episode where we talked to rich Lichtman and talked about her show network seventy seven I did a lot of music for that. Lately. I can't get some of those dumb things that I wrote for that show out of my own head. Yeah. So make sense. Those those songs are weirdly. Catchy. They're funny. And catchy. So that it's there two ways of catchy that makes sense to me. So the cat Jason songs are original what we would call original material material. I do a lot of parodies. I do a lot of parodies for the cat. You know? Okay. It'd. We like right now. I have to think of a song we'll Namias on cat scratch fever, mostly just guitar scratch. Fever. That's what that is. That's the Newton song right now. Mount mount. Yes. So I would sill let's say I had a Ted Nugent song in my head which I have. Why did I bring up early? I bring up at Ted Nugent song just because it references a cat. Yes. So, you know, I might say something like I can't I can't do cat scratch for you too. It's already cat. It's already cat reference. Those on baby blue bad finger baby blue. Okay. So for example. I might it might be time. She might want some treats might be time for her to want some play and some brush, and like a treat, you know. So I might go like you don't think that I deserve moon Denton to the cheats, you keep inside the box Papa Mike. I mean, I didn't pick like that's kind of a hard one. But you could work you have to formulate a lot a longer sentence of cat, like a logger cat oriented sentence. So. Yeah, you go deep deep with your cat parodies. I get no stranger to cap parody. I personally think that's an excellent way to overcome writer's block is just like to write a song to your cat or dog. Sure or vici-. Yeah. Fish sure fish iguanas women around round a circle swimming around or near now. See we got one going on. One. I beg wanna under shoulder..

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