35 Burst results for "One Times"

How the US, Iran match up on the pitch as tensions rise off it

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 hrs ago

How the US, Iran match up on the pitch as tensions rise off it

"All eyes are run Iran and the U.S. in the soccer World Cup as they head on to the pitch in an environment of tense geopolitical undertones. It will be the first time the two nations play each other in the world renowned competition in 24 years. This match is expected to be more politically charged than ever. Iran's nationwide protests and its expanding nuclear program amongst other issues have pushed the match beyond the stadium and in geopolitics, denying there are any political tensions in the game Secretary of State Antony Blinken said. Let's let the athletes do their thing. Despite the denial, he did admit he would be watching. I will be cheering

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How John Belushi Met Manager Bernie Brillstein

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:02 min | 9 hrs ago

How John Belushi Met Manager Bernie Brillstein

"So the first time Bernie brillstein met John Belushi was 15 minutes before the first taping of SNL. Two days before that, NBC's legal department sent Belushi an employment agreement and Belushi was worried because of a small clause that said NBC had the right to cancel his contract if he were disfigured. Now, you have to understand that cameras are ready to roll. And John still hadn't signed the contract. And an NBC executive was like pleading with brillstein and John to sign the agreement and Belushi leaned over to brillstein and said, would you sign this contract? And Bernie said, I designed the fucking contract, sign it. You can always break it. Let's make millions. You're just not going to find guys like that anymore. So that was the beginning of a very long and close relationship. While almost like father and son,

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Art Ally: Are You Investing Properly?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 23 hrs ago

Art Ally: Are You Investing Properly?

"Art we're coming up on the end of the year, a lot of people trying to figure out, okay, you know, times are tough. We still need to be able to invest and plan for our futures, and how do you recommend people do that? What kind of questions are you getting from people that are struggling right now with whether or not they should even be investing? Well, Todd, you know, we're not getting those questions. Right now, anyway, and as that should you be investing is are you investing properly? And if you're investing properly, there's a three step process. Number one, before you worry about investing, get out of debt. Totally. And then build up a cash reserve fund, and that's what you can operate on when things like this are tough. And then begin investing. And I think people are finally starting to do that. For the first time in my 45 year career, even up to now, people are investing more money into Timothy than they are withdrawing and that is highly unusual from my 45 years. Yeah, I was about to say that it sounds unusual. What do you make of that art? Well, I make that people are starting to get it. You know, number one, it isn't going to go down to zero. So you're not going to lose all your money. Number two, why would you want to sell your positions when they are at the low end of a range and number three when they're at the low end of the range? Why not put more in and get a better overall return over time because these companies are not going out of business in spite of what's going on in Washington, D.C. are various states.

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Dan Bongino: The Market Will Correct Itself

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 1 d ago

Dan Bongino: The Market Will Correct Itself

"I'd spend a lot of time in college setting psychology and economics and business a lot You're citing your education you're probably a diploid so Dan you're a diploid I'm just asking you for a dispensation this one time Because I'm telling you this has been my life I love this stuff I'm passionate about it I study it all the time on my off hours on my on hours and my sleeping hours in school out of school I love economics as much as I used to love baseball in the 80s And what I can not figure out is why people continue to insist that the iron laws of economics are difficult to understand Build good products and people want them They'll crappy products and they won't Don't spend money you don't have because you've got to get it from some from someone If that someone doesn't give you the money then you've got to find it somewhere else Don't create too much supply for a product that outpaces the man Or else you're not going to have enough people to buy the products you just supplied and paid to create None of this stuff is hard Reminds me I thought it was an LBJ who told the Arthur raccoon who said I want to one armed economist because economists would come in and say on one hand and then on the other hand these are not hard answers There is no question we are in a massive economic bubble because the government printed a lot of money that people want to spend on houses and stocks When it corrects I don't know but remember this date market It's one 11 Eastern Time They say never read the time live on the air because some people listen on tape I don't care I hate stupid radio rules One 11 Monday November 28th Eastern Time that is Market it's going to correct itself It's only a matter of time It's not a matter of if it's a matter of when

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Hawaii’s Mauna Loa starts to erupt, sending ash nearby

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Hawaii’s Mauna Loa starts to erupt, sending ash nearby

"The world's biggest active volcano has started erupting for the first time in nearly 40 years. Mauna loa began erupting late last night on Hawaii's big island. It's not a time to be alarmed. Hawaii county mayor Mitch Roth says the lava flows are contained within the volcano summit area and are not threatening any communities. We have not had to do any evacuations. Still, Hawaii's civil defense agency has opened two shelters amid reports of some people self evacuating. The Hawaiian volcano observatory Ken Han says history indicates some eruptions do not pose any danger to people, but they should stay vigilant. There's nothing to be concerned with. I'm Sagar Meghani

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More Than 50% of Bitcoin Addresses Are Now in Loss

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:36 min | 3 d ago

More Than 50% of Bitcoin Addresses Are Now in Loss

"I am leading off today with some bad news. We keep starting the week off on bad news, but that's kind of where we're at with crypto right now. It's a bear market. Grayscale Bitcoin trust is down to a discount of 43% of its record high. And that's because look at this on the right there. Bitcoin is not doing so great either. 50% of wallets are actually in the red in terms of purchases. So if you look at the longevity of coins and purchase since Bitcoin's inception, 50% of those coins have been purchased and now we're at a loss that's a huge negative note for investors out there who probably purchased during either one of the bull markets and are now sitting on a stack that's underwater. And that leads to different accounts in Bitcoin or different products in Bitcoin that aren't doing so hot either. So we have the grayscale Bitcoin trust, which I mentioned in the second go is down at 43% discount. Of course, coin desk is now owned by DCG, so we'll make a little disclosure there. Why does this matter that this product is at a discount? Well, a lot of people have it in their 401k. That's the reason this trust product actually gained ground and why it's actually a bedrock of crypto is because people had access to Bitcoin in their traditional brokerage account for the first time ever. So it's sort of like a very it's a good metric to follow in terms of Bitcoin. So when it's trading at this high of a discount, you have to start asking questions and wonder what is next. And it is everything okay. The one thing that really should be noted in this is the reason this is trading at discount is because a lot of people thought this would be converted into a Bitcoin ETF. That does not happen because SEC has not moved forward with allowing any Bitcoin ETFs. So we're still just waiting.

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America to Compensate Poor Countries for Environmental Challenges

The Trish Regan Show

01:42 min | Last week

America to Compensate Poor Countries for Environmental Challenges

"To this climate thing. We'll get to inflation, but we know about that already. It's just really, really bad this year. But I want to get to this climate thing because this is a big deal. So they're meeting over there in Egypt. And for a long time now, a lot of these countries understandably that are poor and are still in their developed stages, are saying, hey, we need money because of the climate disasters that are happening here because all you people, you were using all these damaging things that affected our climate. And so consequently, we need more money to deal with this. And for the first time, for the first time, it's been set up. It's a big deal. So what's happened is they've put together a fund effectively. Their earmarking money for what is known as loss and damage when rising seas more powerful storms and other things that scientists link to climate change cause destruction in these developing countries that is possibly irreparable than the bigger countries, like the U.S., the wealthier countries will need to step in and provide for lack of a better term, a kind of reparation like system. So this is flawed on a whole lot of levels. And by the way, this had been resisted by a lot of countries for quite some time until Joe Biden and John Kerry got in there and decided that this would be really good. The fear was, of course, the legal liability, right? You have this risk of lawsuits because anything that happens, that might even be just totally out of anybody else's control. Now suddenly, the wealthier countries are going to have to step in. Now,

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Kelly Tshibaka: Still Waiting to Find Out Alaska Senator

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last week

Kelly Tshibaka: Still Waiting to Find Out Alaska Senator

"What the hell's going on up there We are still waiting to determine the final outcome of the election as you know the actual election was on November 8th I think we have the least amount of votes to count in the 50 states and we will take the longest to count them And a large part of that is because they implemented this ranked choice system that George Soros funded organizations are trying to push throughout the United States There are only two states that have it statewide at this point That's main and Alaska and we know what those two U.S. senators have in common And we're dealing with it for the first time up here in Alaska One of the things that we saw as an effect is one of the lowest voter turnouts that we've seen in decades And unfortunately I think that that has had a real big impact on the results So for ten days or so I was leading substantially over Murkowski and then just here recently it is flipped She has a .7% lead over me the election is not done yet They still have to run the ranked choice algorithm where the fourth and the third place candidates will drop off and depending on who they ranked as their second place in third place preferences That's ultimately going to determine who wins this race So we're still in this fight This could go to a potential recount This could go to people filing lawsuits So I'm asking your listeners for help Please help us at Kelly for AK dot com I don't know what twists and turns will come next but I will need help So Kelly for AK dot com we've also had to pay for staff costs this whole time for doing the ballot observations for weeks now and that's been pretty pricey as well So if you can help I'd appreciate it Kelly for a K dot com

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Some Bad News for This Bearish Crypto Market...

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:37 min | Last week

Some Bad News for This Bearish Crypto Market...

"I'm leading off today with some bad news. We keep starting the week off on bad news, but that's kind of where we're at with crypto right now. It's a bear market. Grayscale Bitcoin trust is down to a discount of 43% of its record high. And that's because look at this on the right there. Bitcoin is not doing so great either. 50% of wallets are actually in the red in terms of purchases. So if you look at the longevity of coins and purchase since Bitcoin's inception, 50% of those coins have been purchased and now we're at a loss that's a huge negative note for investors out there who probably purchased during either one of the bull markets and are now sitting on a stack that's underwater. And that leads to different accounts in Bitcoin or different products in Bitcoin that aren't doing so hot either. So we have the grayscale Bitcoin trust, which I mentioned in the second go is down at 43% discount. Of course, coin desk is now owned by DCG, so we'll make a little disclosure there. Why does this matter that this product is at a discount? Well, a lot of people have it in their 401k. That's the reason this trust product actually gained ground and why it's actually a bedrock of crypto is because people had access to Bitcoin in their traditional brokerage account for the first time ever. So it's sort of like a very it's a good metric to follow in terms of Bitcoin. So when it's trading at this high of a discount, you have to start asking questions and wonder what is next. And it is everything okay. The one thing that really should be noted in this is the reason this is trading at discount is because a lot of people thought this would be converted into a Bitcoin ETF. That does not happen because the SEC has not moved forward with allowing any Bitcoin ETFs. So we're still just waiting.

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John Paul Mac Isaac Did Not Initially Recognize Hunter Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | Last week

John Paul Mac Isaac Did Not Initially Recognize Hunter Biden

"Congratulations on the success of the book I think the story needs to be told again folks it's called American injustice You should pick it up today It's his story of dealing with this Hunter Biden fiasco which the John Paul you did not ask to be part of this You were going about your work in a store you run you're the sole proprietor from what I heard you say on Fox this morning And a guy walks into your store and you didn't immediately recognize him as Hunter Biden correct Correct Yeah I have a visual impairment So I can't really see too clearly past about four feet Right And I heard you say as well this morning that you weren't you really didn't care that much about the Biden family to go looking up what his family members look like and I thought that was a pretty good line I was listening to you on with my buddy Bill hemmer this morning So there was no incentive for you to for you to react any differently than you would have to any other customer when he walked in correct No you know and it's not the first time customers have come in with deceased family members devices seeking to get the memories recovered off those machines And when I saw the Bo Biden sticker foundation sticker on one of the laptops that's what I assumed It wasn't until the next day and after verifying the data that I realized that these were in fact hunters laptops and then after his father announced his candidate candidacy for the presidency I realized that well I was in danger because there was a lot of compromising stuff on that laptop and I knew somebody was going to come looking for it

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"one times" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

05:39 min | Last week

"one times" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"They embraced <Speech_Male> it as <Speech_Male> let's move on let's <Speech_Male> find another <SpeakerChange> leader. <Silence> <Speech_Female> Yeah, and I was thinking about <Speech_Female> what you said about childhood, <Speech_Female> I guess for me, <Speech_Female> growing up in the 70s <Speech_Female> in the <SpeakerChange> UK, <Silence> <Speech_Female> it wasn't <Speech_Female> expected that <Speech_Female> being <Speech_Female> black could do particularly <Speech_Female> well. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Male> you would <Silence> <Speech_Female> did. <Speech_Female> So you took <Speech_Female> those precautionary <Speech_Male> steps <Silence> <Speech_Female> to make sure you <Speech_Female> did do well. <Speech_Female> So I suppose thinking <Speech_Male> about it, because it <Speech_Female> becomes embedded <Speech_Female> to check <Silence> twice <Speech_Female> to make sure you <Speech_Female> thought of everything. <Silence> <Speech_Female> Make find out <Speech_Female> because when you go to <Speech_Male> people who don't <Speech_Female> agree, <Silence> you learn <Speech_Female> awful lot about <Speech_Female> how you're going <Speech_Female> to sell the end <Speech_Female> result anyway. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> one they'll check <Speech_Female> they will do the <Speech_Female> check in about your thing <Speech_Female> because they'd be keen to <Speech_Female> find out <Speech_Female> the parts that you've <Speech_Female> done wrong so <Speech_Female> they're like, but what about <Speech_Female> this and how about this? <Speech_Female> And as they are <Speech_Female> talking, you're learning <Speech_Female> about this thing that you <Speech_Female> want to get done, but you also <Speech_Female> learn about what you used <Speech_Female> to do to sell to <Speech_Female> somebody else like that. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> Absolutely. <Speech_Male> It goes back to <Speech_Male> another common theme, <Speech_Male> right? There's a lot of people <Speech_Male> that avoid conflict <Speech_Male> in the workplace. <Speech_Male> I think <Speech_Male> conflict is great. <Speech_Male> Productive <Speech_Male> conflict, not like fighting <Speech_Male> and screaming. But <Speech_Male> to your point, <Speech_Male> conflict <Speech_Male> is showing you what <Speech_Male> other people's <Speech_Male> perspectives are, <Speech_Male> which can only make <Speech_Male> your decision and <Speech_Male> your effectiveness better. <Speech_Male> So don't <Speech_Male> avoid it, actually, to <Speech_Male> your point, bring it up <Speech_Male> front in the process. <Speech_Male> And learn more. <Speech_Male> Absolutely. It's <Speech_Male> like more datasets <Speech_Male> to help you <Speech_Male> understand the situation <Silence> better. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> I think we <Speech_Female> think a lot <Speech_Male> actually. Because <Speech_Male> I mean, I'm very much <Speech_Female> when I talk to people <Speech_Female> and you say things <Speech_Female> like conflict <Speech_Female> or whatever. For <Speech_Female> me, it's <Speech_Female> a neutral <Speech_Female> word. 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I see it <Speech_Male> as a positive <Speech_Male> word, is don't <Speech_Male> just blindly <Speech_Male> approve it. <Speech_Male> Question it, right? Is <Speech_Male> it answering the right question? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Are you getting a diverse <Speech_Male> perspective? Do you have a bias? <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> I think you hit the <Speech_Male> nail on the head. Those words <Speech_Male> shouldn't be seen <Speech_Male> as negatives, but <Speech_Male> we grow up seeing them <Speech_Male> as having a <Speech_Male> negative sentiment. <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Speech_Female> Yeah, a lot <Speech_Female> of the questions, one of the <Speech_Male> things I say <Speech_Female> when I'm trying to <Speech_Female> work things out with <Speech_Female> the team is say, <Speech_Female> what's the consequences <Speech_Female> of this? And <Speech_Female> then explain consequences <Speech_Female> are good <Speech_Music_Female> or bad. <Speech_Male> Again, it's not neutral <Speech_Male> word. It doesn't necessarily mean <Speech_Male> it's a bad thing, <Speech_Male> but what are the consequences <Speech_Male> of this action? <Silence> <Speech_Female> That we're about to take <Speech_Female> and get people. <Speech_Female> And I think if you can <Speech_Male> take people away from <Speech_Male> thinking negatively <Speech_Female> about something, <Speech_Female> then it's going to have <Speech_Female> a much better <Speech_Female> outcome because they're <Speech_Female> not hanging up with the psychology <Speech_Female> of being wrong. <Silence> <Silence> Brilliant. So <Speech_Female> before we end, Kevin is <Speech_Female> there something I <Speech_Female> should have asked, you know, <Speech_Female> some glaringly <Speech_Female> obvious thing, or maybe <Speech_Female> not even glaringly <Speech_Female> obvious. And then <Speech_Female> you can tell <SpeakerChange> me all about <Silence> it.

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"one times" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

05:07 min | Last week

"one times" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"We take all of our previous experiences. We apply it to a situation, the brain says what's relevant, what's not relevant. The brain doesn't know what changed yesterday today. So I might make a decision where common example I give is decades ago. I bought a subscription to cable, and I had 50 channels, and I could say, do I want the premium now or this? Now with all these streaming components, it's a different paradigm. And so the brain doesn't necessarily realize that until it's too late. So it's, we have bias, we have these checks. So to me, making better decisions is how do we overcome those? And one of the big things from a leadership perspective is getting those diverse perspectives because everyone thinks differently, using Myers Briggs type indicators, you might have an introvert and extrovert, you might have a thinker, you might have a feeler. People from different cultures and backgrounds are going to have different perspectives of how to accomplish a task and the more the inclusive around those you're going to avoid those biases or those traps where something's changed and it's not relevant. Yet I still see a lot of organizations hiring people with the same exact background coming from the same companies coming from the same universities and it almost encourages the opposite of diversity. We say it, but we don't active. We don't look to get inside perspectives from different people. That makes better decisions to me. If there's one thing you could do differently, is listen to more actively. Listen to more people. Yeah, I like that. One of the things that I see with maverick leaders is that they don't do in a confirmation bias. So as soon as the whole lot of people are starting to agree, you started to go around looking for that those voices that don't agree and interrogate that to say, oh, maybe they have different viewpoints. So you go with what people don't agree and you upload those questions and you challenge it and then you go, okay, I agree with the disagreement or actually now I'm even firmer and I'm agreeing, but you go with an open mind. Do you have like a decision methodology or something that you use? I do. It helps with that open mindedness because I'll get to the decision framework. But what you said, the reason that has become a huge problem in society today is I feel that we kind of coach out people from being curious and challenging, meaning the culture doesn't allow it. So as a kid, I have four kids, they ask why, why, why? All the time, they want to learn. And then you go to school and you ask why, and they send you to the principal's office because you're challenging the teacher. And then you become an associate at a work office and your bos says something and you ask why and it's seen as a sign of disrespect. So we forgot how to be curious and creative and challenge. And so part of it is educating the leaders that you're going to win better and make better decisions when you are openly allowing people to productively question. But then we needed to put a framework in place that allows people to go through the steps so that they don't miss, for example, like you mentioned confirmation bias. I don't want people to think, okay, I found the answer because the interesting thing about this is no one's doing it maliciously.

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"one times" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

05:36 min | Last week

"one times" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"Is Kevin hannigan, hi Kevin. Hey, Judith, looking forward to this pleasure to be here. Thank you. I'm looking forward to our conversation too, but before we begin, tell us a little bit about you. Yeah, thanks for asking. So I think kind of an unusual background, my passion growing up was technology. So actually computer science and math major at university and as I started getting into the workplace, I was starting to see a lot of things where maybe I learned better as a kid and I wasn't really learning things that differently as an adult. So I actually went back to school and learned a little bit more about psychology, how the brain works, making decisions, how adults learn different than kids. And it kind of put me in this perfect triangle, where now I work with companies and organizations helping them make better decisions with their data and analytics and part of it is technical as understanding that the tools and technology. But the part I really like is kind of that human element of technology doesn't solve everything. There's a psychological and sociological aspect of it that really interests me and piques my interest. And I think it's important because there's so much misinformation out there that people are overwhelmed and they don't know what to do with it. Yeah, I totally agree. And I'm curious, why did you decide to actually go and do psychology, what was your thought process there? Yeah, so I started out individual contributors started getting into leadership and realized that I'm a servant leader. And in today's world, I think that's the way to go. And to do that, you have to understand everyone is unique and individual, but at the same time, there are some key philosophies of what people what their needs are, what their warrants are. How they process information, and what better way than to go back.

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Christ Gives Boldness in Faith

The Bible in a Year

02:46 min | Last week

Christ Gives Boldness in Faith

"Let's go back to the acts of the apostles first. Oh, goodness gracious. Okay, so at the beginning, what do we have? The context, of course, Peter and John, going into the temple. There was the man who was crippled, right? He couldn't walk. And in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the lord heals him through Peter, and this is incredible. Now, what happens? Is there being brought before the priest, the captain of the temple, and the sadducees. Now, I love that this says they're annoyed because they're annoyed. The savages are annoyed, captain of the temple, priest, they're annoyed. All those people are annoyed. Why are they annoyed? This is the interesting thing. They're annoyed because they were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead. Remember what the sadducees? The difference between the pharisees and sad duties. I mean, there's a lot of differences, but the sadness is the only believed in the first 5 books of Moses, right? The sadducees didn't believe in angels, the sadducees did not believe in the resurrection of the dead. And one of the ways we can remember that, of course, is that the pharisees and sadducees, the pharisees believed in the resurrection and the Sagittarius didn't, and that's why they were sad, you see. Old joke. Okay, but it says merely that they were annoyed. And I think that that is interesting. Anyways, here is Peter and John that brought before the council that's the same people that they were both Peter and John were in the presence of essentially during Jesus trial, which is remarkable to remember, because the first time we don't hear anything about John, we know that John went all the way with Jesus to the crucifixion, but we did hear about Peter, and we do know that Peter, he failed, right? In that moment, he was not bold in that moment he cracked and he denied knowing Jesus at three times and yet now this is incredible. First 8, Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them, rulers of the people and elders, if we are being examined today, concerning a good deed done to a cripple by what means this man has been healed, be it known to you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified whom God raised from the dead by him, this man is standing before you well, and goes on to say this is incredible. This is a cornerstone line, not only because it speaks about the cornerstone in first 11, but in verse 12, the line is, and there is Salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. This is, this is huge, because Jesus himself had said, I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me. And here's Peter, who's making it very clear. There is Salvation and no one else. There's no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. And now the key word I think of chapter four is boldness, right? Keyword of chapter four is it says multiple times that they're filled with boldness. And this is remarkable. Observing them to be common, ordinary, uneducated men, and yet they have this new quality. And the quality is not theirs. It says they recognize that they had been with Jesus.

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Uniswap Introduces Universal Router

Ethereum Daily

01:03 min | Last week

Uniswap Introduces Universal Router

"Uniswap introduced permit two and universal router to new smart contracts focused on unified at token approvals and aggregated ERC 20 and NFT swaps permit two standardizes token approvals and introduces signature based approvals and transfers, approval management is also shared across applications. Currently, most applications request users to approve the maximum token allowance for an infinite period, which puts user assets at risk in the event of a hack permit to enables time bound token approvals removing the need to revoke approvals instead one time signatures only permit token allowance for the duration of the transaction, permit two is also integrated into universal router, a new smart contract that unifies ERC 20 and NFT swaps into a single gas optimized router. The router can be used to swap multiple tokens on uniswap and by NFTs across marketplaces in a single transaction. The new contracts are non upgradable open-source and deployed across 5 chains.

Williams leads Lions to 3rd straight win, 31-18 over Giants

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Williams leads Lions to 3rd straight win, 31-18 over Giants

"The Lions won their third straight game surprising the Giants 31 18 New York was leading 6 three midway through the second quarter when the game suddenly turned as 8 in Hutchinson intercepted Daniel Jones deep in New York territory Jamal Williams scored three place later on a four yard run the first of his three rushing touchdowns giving Detroit the lead for good Williams capped each of the Lions next to drives with short scoring runs expanding the lead to 24 6 early in the third quarter Grateful for three wings but we still got a lot more Now we know what winning looks like what it looks like on consistent basis And now we just got to keep it going and make it a standard here It's the first time the Lions have won three straight and 5 years Tom arim east Rutherford

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Kim Jong Un reveals his daughter to the world

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Kim Jong Un reveals his daughter to the world

"North Korea has unveiled the little known daughter of its leader Kim Jong-un who attended a missile launch with her father and mother North Korea's state media released photos of Kim alongside his daughter watching a soaring missile from a distance Other photos showed her with her hair pulled back wearing a white coat and a pair of red shoes as she walked hand in hand with her father by a huge missile the photos and announcement mark the first time the Norse state media has mentioned Kim's daughter the move has drawn keen attention on a fourth generation member

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When Will Ryan Gosling Marry Eva Mendes?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:21 min | Last week

When Will Ryan Gosling Marry Eva Mendes?

"These two are very famous. Famously private, they've never revealed whether they're married or not. I don't get this kind of horse shit. What's the big deal? But the other day, Ava Mendes, who's now 48, went to Instagram, and I've been on Instagram. All she does is post pictures of clothes she wore for a certain event. She doesn't answer anybody's not that I wrote her. There's no way the writer back. She just posts pictures of clothes she wears. It's really like, are you in prison? What's going on? So she showed off a tattoo that might offer a clue about their relationship. It's in her inner wrist and it spells out de Gosling. DE Gosling. So in the Hispanic culture, married women often add their husbands last name to their own using deep, DE, which means of, you know, so Mendez might go by Eva Mendes de Gosling after marrying him. Who knows? We don't know. It's not the first time she's flashed this particular tattoo. She did it two years ago. Dylan September again. But it's very prominent in his most recent post. These two have been together since 2011. They met on the movie the place beyond the pines, good movie, really good movie.

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David Berlinski Describes His Early Years

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | Last week

David Berlinski Describes His Early Years

"David, you know, I think I want to ask you a little bit about yourself and your life, I can't help myself. I do this instinctively. People think it's some interviewers hat that I wear, but I did this long before I ever had any kind of show or something. I just want to know what are people come from? Where do they get? So you grew up in New York. Oh, I grew up. I was born in New York in 1942, February 1942, just a couple of months after my parents arrived in the United States. And I don't think I went to kindergarten. I don't think the work in the gardens when I was growing up. But I went to elementary school and then I went to Bronx science and then I went to Columbia and then I went to Princeton entirely in New York experience. First time in my life, I left New York. It was to go to Stanford in California as an assistant professor. Okay, so you were in college in the early 60s. Late 50s or early 60s. Late 50s, early 60s. When did you know and I don't know if you can answer this question, but I'll ask it. When did you know that you were intellectually remarkable? Was this something that you knew already in grade school or that your parents knew to go to Broncos? No, I was a terrible student. That was lazy. I was indifferent. I was completely occupied with anything but the curriculum. And that went through Bronx science and once most of Columbia. So only when I got to graduate school that I said, you know, there's something interesting here. It was a very you don't get into Colombia by being a dunderhead. You clearly cared enough to go to college and to go to an Ivy League school. That was expected. What was your major as an undergraduate? It was history. History, especially medieval history. Did you have or I should say, did you ever did you have a sense at that very young age of what you might want to do with yourself? I mean, if somebody said to you at age 18 or 19, what do you want to do when you grow up? Well, you have to remember how different the academic environment was in the late 50s and early part of the 60s. And academic career seemed just terrific to me. You could do very interesting work, you were protected, you were an academic environment. You had interesting colleagues. And you could teach. That just seemed to me like a very good deal.

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This Has Happened Before - Trump Is Electable

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:23 min | Last week

This Has Happened Before - Trump Is Electable

"It's hard to say, we even on our show between, you know, a lot of our regulars have different differing views on what this is this a real campaign. I mean, clearly, he's told people he thinks this will help him avoid indictment. But does it matter if it's a real campaign? It's no less a threat to our existence as a democracy. His first campaign was not a real campaign, and yet he became president. So we need to take this seriously and we need to make Republicans own it. I think they're likely to nominate him. How old that thought is that time in the morning when I'm having them. So you guys talk about yourself. I'll be right back. We were on a good hi, Carl. Hey. So that empty chair across from you with Stephanie's and she's not there right now. So let's keep going. Keep going with your point. I mean, you have to you have to worry. You can not expect that because the American people are soured on Trump and that his numbers are even worse than when he left office. That he is not electable. He is electable. He's been elected before. Yeah. And, you know, by that stretch, he starts with a leg up on desantis. He does. We were talking yesterday at home, you know, everyone's coming out LOL Donald Trump's announcement LOL, but they did this. The same thing happened. The first time he ran. Exactly. And they got in line. You know, Ivanka says, oh, I'm not having anything to do with daddy's campaign until dice campaign takes off and is doing well. And then she'll be in there because she wants her patents in China. Yeah. I'm sure we'll get the articles talking about how she and Jared are writing the ship. Yeah, it's not a given that he's gonna face plant. Who, Trump. Trump, yeah. What did I miss the first time? See, now bob suska doesn't have to think it's just him. I made extra strong coffee for the guy that owns the show. Upstairs. That's your excuse. Anyway, I think it was all my conversations about how Trump could win again. Well, that's it. Yeah, that gets everything moving down there. Does that really what you said? No. I got to go back down. I know it does have the feeling of an acid flashback, like we all laughed the first time and we all were like, oh, this can't. I said I left a lot. And he certainly has a shot at winning the Republican nomination. And after that, 50 50. That says so much about the state of this Republican Party.

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Karl Frisch Hopes The Youth Vote Will Be Rewarded With Policy Change

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:54 sec | Last week

Karl Frisch Hopes The Youth Vote Will Be Rewarded With Policy Change

"Carl, it really is the story as a campaign strategist. This Gen Z turnout is what you've been hoping for probably all your life, right? Yeah, I mean, how many conversations have we had during an election cycle where the question has been whether young people are going to turn up at all? Never ever expecting that young people would turn out in a number comparable to the oldest and most reliable segment of the voting population. It's a big deal. It's a game changer. And political leaders need to adjust accordingly. We always say that members of Congress push policies that favor the people that show up and vote. You know? And I think that that's a great opportunity. This is a great opportunity to change what we're pushing. And give those voters who did turn out for the first time, a reason to become lifelong voters.

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"one times" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

07:55 min | 3 months ago

"one times" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"I've actually, you wouldn't know it from all the ignorant shit I've said so far, but I am a changed person, believe it or not. I am. I had an experience earlier this year. This is all true. Now you don't think so. Some digest your bullshit. Are you saying bullshit, sir? Because you don't believe me, or because you don't want me to leave. Is that what it is? The little angry circle that you're in? Don't be going to get happy now. Don't be going soft on me. Don't start hug people and loving yourself. Then crying when you see some cute hang on to it. Lash out at people. Reach for your pistol under the seat, do it. No, I took mushrooms back in February. For the first time ever. This is the perfect state to tell this story. You guys should literally have mushrooms on your fucking license plate. All right, so here's the deal. I never fucked with anything like that. I was always a booze guy. I was a booze guy. And yeah, you know. All right, relax everybody. I was getting like, I was getting nervous when I get white guys going like, yeah, all right. Build the wall. I'm fucking around. Relax. It's frightening to listen to, but that's what being a guy is. You're not allowed to have emotions. So that's all of that shit comes out when you drink. Do something dumb, so I don't feel stupid. So, yeah, I was always like a booze guy, so like I never fucked with like psychedelics or whatever. So I figured you know, it was just one of those deals. I was out in the desert man, and I was like, all right. I got somebody watching my kids, everything's fine. I'm in my 50s. I gotta do it now, or I'm never gonna do it, right? So this person who may or may not have been my opening act tonight goes, all right, man. He's a good man. He's a good man. He says to me, he goes, all right. He goes, okay, just, you know, just take like, you know, it's always just like, all right, so like how fucked up do you want to get? And there's always like a square, and it's like, okay, don't eat the whole square. Just like bite one corner, lick the other one, and then rub the other ones. Let it absorb in your face or whatever. So I'm like, all right. He goes, how far into it do you want to go? I go, I just want to trip a little bit, nothing fucking crazy. So he goes, fine. So I ate just a little bit. So I get a little nauseous or whatever. At first it feels like I ate some wheat, but then all of a sudden like I noticed shit that's not alive, looks like it's breathing, right? Like the refrigerator looked like it just did a lap around the house. It's kind of. Nothing threatening, you know? It's just like, you know, I need it, you know? TV started getting bigger. It's looking like it's gonna fall on me. All right? And I was doing fine. I was fine. I was like, I know that TV's not getting bigger. And if it is, I don't give a shit. Go ahead. Spill that pixelation all over me. I don't give a fuck. I know I'm tripping. I'm having fun. I'm giggling. I'm laughing at shit. I'm putting things together, right? And everything is fucking great. And all of a sudden, about an hour in. All of a sudden this profound sense of loneliness and not feeling loved just washed over me. Yeah, and I was just like, I fucking knew it. I fucking knew it. This is why I didn't do it. I knew I had too many demons. I knew I wasn't gonna see God and fucking unicorns and slide down the rainbow and roll around in the grass. I fucking knew Satan was coming up. It was gonna be a guy with a knife and shit. I was just like, all right, go ahead. Drag me into the abyss. Let me see how fucked up I am, and this feeling. It just, it just enveloped me. And I don't even know how to describe it. It wasn't even a feeling. It just was. It just was. So I'm freaking the fuck, I'm just sitting there like, what the fuck, I can't get out of it too. Like I could walk a hundred fucking million miles. I can't walk out of it. It just was. So I didn't want them, everybody else is like trippin. I don't want to fucking ruin their trip. So I'm just like, all right, dude, I'm just going to go to the bedroom, you know? And look at her refrigerator. I'm just feeling a little nut. Just playing it off, right? Going in the fucking bedroom. And I'm just laying down in the back of my dude, what the fuck. What the fuck and every time, every time I thought I felt the bottom. It would just just further into the bed. Further into the bed. Further into the bed, so half hour later, my wife comes in. She's like, hey, how you doing? Typical guy. Good. It's gone great. So she's laying next to go, I'm feeling a little nauseous. This is a little bit much for me. And she just laying down. And I'm just feeling this feeling. Not feeling loved, profound sense of loneliness. So now I'm just looking at my wife. My brain just starts going like, oh, fuck, did I marry the wrong person? Why am I looking at? I know that seems fucked up, but once you're married long enough, even not on mushrooms, you have that thought every fucking 6 weeks. You just do something happens. When you just look at the side of their head and just do the math and just think, why did I ever talk to you? I could have just walked by. I didn't have to say hello. We had no relationship. We were nothing. Why did I ever talk? What would happen if I just never talked to you? Every 6 weeks. You think that's a healthy relationship. That means you still held on to a part of yourself. That even though you love this person, you know, you're still, you know, you still want to fucking run around like a Mustang a little bit, right? So anyways, I'm like, okay, I was like, dude, I was freaking me out even more to think my wife and be feeling that. So I was like, fuck, fuck, I need to pull the rip cord. I got to get honest. I gotta get out of this fucking, it's like a giant bean bag. I couldn't get out of it, right? So I was like, oh, fuck. Think about your kids. Think about your kids. Now my kids, I love my kids. And I know they love me. There is no fucking question. And I start thinking about my kids and I still felt that feeling. And I was like, all right. What the fuck is this? Because I know that's bullshit. And I just sort of laid there. And I relaxed, and I went, oh, fuck. I know what this is. This is how I felt growing up. Yeah. This is what the 70s and 80s were like. Both your parents work, you gotta set a keys to the house when you were three. I guess I get the fuck out of my face, though. Watch Bill Burr live at red rocks on Netflix.

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"one times" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"one times" Discussed on The NBA Show

"That's been part of the reason and better because hunter was out for about two months this year. I think he had a risk, I think it was. He's had a few different injuries off and on, but yeah, he's back now. He came back and like mid January. And Deandre hunter, he was the number four pick three drafts to go in 2019. I think that he's just always been a really good player. He's very versatile. He's very big, 6 8 two 35. He can guard three positions. He's become pretty much a knockdown shooter. He's really developed as offensive game two. I would say that's from the big jump for him from college. This is the guy you can tell has put in work at his game. He's gotten better and better each year, pretty significantly. And Kevin herder is another guy that you and I both have been pretty high on. A guy that was in that 2018 draft and whenever people talk, I know it came up like, I think a big Twitter discussion I saw was like Colin Sexton or Kevin herder. I was like, I don't even hesitate. I must just scrub bang. I'm pulling the trigger on that one. Kevin herder. Because of all the different things he gives you, I think that he's like a really mobile fluid shooter. 48.9% on open catch and shoot this year. He's a lethal three point shooter in transition. 41.6 off the dribble as a finisher he's gotten a lot better this year. Kevin herder is a 70% finisher, which is a huge leap for where he was in the past. He can get a little I mean, the elevator pitch for the hawks is that you have this dynamic like, and this is something I want to talk more with you about the offensive flow of the hawks. Ideally, you have these three guys in bogey, who's a little older now. He doesn't really fit our discussion. He's 29. But herder off the catch, you can shoot it, but off the catch, you can also operate it and pass a little bit. In 5 years, what do you think Kevin heard or ceiling is? Is this a guy who could get into the like all star level? Is he could he be that good? That's a good question. I think really high level starter on an elite team. And I think it is said bogey, one change they've made also in the last few weeks, is herder is starting now. I think he's already a better player than Bogdanovich. He's better defensively. He's bigger. Got a lot of legs. And they've moved bogd into more of the point guard in the second unit role. And they're playing herd or next to Trae Young. And I just love herder is such a good fit with Trey because it's kind of like the classic Golden State thing. We're harder can guard multiple positions, high tray on defense, and then our offense, when the other team puts their big defenders on TRE, herder can punish them. So you go back to that Philly series last year, this might, I think it's kind of been forgotten about the history. Kevin herder had 27 points in game 7. They don't win that series like Kevin herder. And that's because Philly was put in Ben Simmons on Trey. And that was even Seth curry to guard Kevin herder. Kevin Hart is 6 foot 7. That's what makes him such an interesting prospect player. He's freaking huge for a two guard. He's legit 6 7 6 8. And they got Seth curry on him, and right now in South Korea can even do on Kevin herder. Can't go over and keep his chair basically. Yeah, he had a huge series. That was a really interesting series. I want to ask you more about that in a bit, but I mean, in terms of guys, the way the way this roster is built, we talked about having a few things that you do really well. Sometimes that can factor in or be driven by what a player thinks of themselves. Like you said money is really important to players. Obviously, money is important to everyone. That's just like what are you talking about? For sure. Well, I mean, I'm just, you know, big ball buster charts over here. But the one player that has sort of been a hinge in this discussion has been John Collins. John Collins is a guy, I'm very high on. I know the other day they were talking about Jeremy grant or John Collins. I was like, if you hesitate on that, that says to me a lot about what you know about basketball. I'm sorry, but that's strong. It's a good player. I like Jeremy Graham, but I think John Collins is a significantly better player. I don't even think it's close. I think he's his applications are more malleable. I just think he's I'm a big fan of John Collins. So you can discuss that. Because I think John Collins looks at Jeremy grant. It's like, dang. I wanna do that. Jeremy grant left an elite team to be the man somewhere else. And John Collins just put it out on the I think two weeks ago, he said, I want more touches. I want more shots. I want a bigger role in the offense. And that gets right to your point about how like John Collins would make him good, I think, is he's such a versatile player. He's really ground so he came into the league as a pure remron or athletic big. He's become a good shooter and prove us a ball handler and proves a defender. And now he really fits well on this team because he kind of fits in the cracks in a lot of places, but it kind of seems like based on what he's saying is he's tired, as LeBron once said, he's tired of fitting in. He wants to fit out somewhere else. Well, he said that about Kevin Love. He said, you need to fit in. So get your quote right there just to fire back at you there. Anyway. This is how we interact for anybody that doesn't know it's just constant.

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"one times" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

05:23 min | 10 months ago

"one times" Discussed on The NBA Show

"I'll save that. Before we move on to talk about a team, a really interesting young team that's made up of mostly on players, the Atlanta Hawks, we are going to take a break. All right, the Atlanta Hawks. A team that surprised people. I mean, at the beginning of last season, I know you and I talked a lot. You as a Dallas fan, I'm sure Dallas fans in particular sort of like the sons pay attention to the jazz because Devin Booker and Donovan Mitchell that whole thing. I feel like the Dallas Atlanta dynamic has been fun to watch because they had the tray Luca thing, which is gonna be one of those like legacy trades we talk about forever. But the way that they've built their roster in the past few seasons has been intriguing. And in last year's playoffs, they kind of shocked people because they were ahead of schedule, came out. I mean, kick the door down, you know, and shot a few rounds in the air like Yosemite Sam and were like, hey, we're here to play ball. And it was really impressive. So we come back to this season and we think, okay, the hawks are here. They're a great team. They're firing on all cylinders. They have all this young talent, we expect them to hit the ground running and become sort of like sort of like those OKC teams always compared to that in the early 2010s. Remember how good they were and they were just like, we're here to kick ass. They didn't do that immediately. Why do you think that that is? Why did Atlanta fail to get out of the gate quickly as this season started? There's a couple things going on. I think they've been one of the most interesting teams in the league this year. I would say number one, we can go ahead and throw away the Oklahoma City cops. Team at Kevin Durant. I don't see Kevin Durant on the talks team. You don't pick three MVPs in a row. That was like, that was just an all time or never going to happen again. No. Yeah, so in the hawks as you kind of mentioned, they started off really slow. They were like, in the bottom of the east for the first two or three months of the year. And I think reason we wanted to talk about them isn't the last three to four weeks, all of a sudden, they flipped a switch. The number, there are 7 three in their last ten games. And all of a sudden it's like, this is the team we all thought they would be coming into the season. And that's 7 and three, they didn't beaten a lot of good teams that I think they'd be Milwaukee, they'd be Boston, they'd be Charlotte, Miami, like they've been going through the league pretty handily, beat the Lakers. There have been really fun to watch. And it's hard to know where to start with the hawks. I think we'll start here. We talked about the cameras train a few weeks ago. And I think a lot of it too, the hawks were the classic, there were too many guys on this team. Especially with young teams sometimes it can be, there's too many young guys who want touches who want shots. And what will happen is when there's everyone feels like it's almost like literally it's like there's too many chickens in the coop. And they're all kind of bunched up together and I can't be comfortable and their minister getting cut. And when they do get the ball they want to force up more shots because they're not getting the opportunities they're all playing for contracts. After they've tried it, so I said 7 and three, that sends the cameras trade. Is there 7 and three? And I think it's allowing Deandre hunter, Kevin herder, they're both really getting more opportunities to show what they can do with cam gone. Yeah, and I think in the NBA and maybe just in the broad sense in life in general, it's better to do a smaller amount of things really well than to do several things like okay. You know, like when you got a bunch of guys and I think this is the case where just focusing on a few, you'll see you'll see good teams you'll be like, why are they lowering their rotation to like 7 guys? Doesn't it make sense to play more guys? To have what I think happens is if you have a lot of good players and they're not getting to contribute to a certain amount to a certain extent, I feel like their effort is kind of impacted by that, you know, instead of on the flip side, if you have like a few players, if you have like 7 or 8 guys who are consistently knowing what they're going to be doing knowing what their role is, they're buying level is going to be a little higher. Don't you think? Yeah, I think so. I mean, I think it all comes back to money too. You get paid off your stats, right? If there's too many guys eating into your stats, your money's gonna get hit. And it's funny sometimes, I feel like NBA media and NBA teams too. They speak out both ends of their mouth. Well, let's say something like, it's all about winning. You gotta sacrifice, did you come for that contract, they'll say, well, I'm looking at your points per game. That's that doesn't seem too high to me. How much money do you want exactly? Is that right? It is. It's a league that cannibalizes the spirit of the sport. I've said this before, that we talk a lot about how winning is important and everything. But then all the incentives are driven by awards and awards are driven by counting stats a lot of the time. Even the conversation you and I just had, you asked me about Jaron Jackson and I was like, well, you know, you hesitate you're just like the numbers don't fit this template. It's like basketball's designed to be this certain way. Anyway, that's a digression, but I said we wouldn't get off the interstate we did. But talking about the hawks, reddish being out of there has led to more involvement for a few key guys. Who do you think reddish is the absence of cam reddish? Who has been impacted the most by that? Hunter, I think, is the bigger name. Hunters a guy..

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"one times" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on The big d zone

"Okay. This is dj. Okay for god to do a rant because my supporter let me know that. Okay so let me. Let me make this story more interesting. You see. I was trying to do my campaign funding because he couldn't go out because of the pandemic and then we're limited on what to do because you've math mandate than the wanna be vast all plays what you could still get the violence vile bath but nonetheless So i would alerted that using go fund me illegal only for the federal side. You know if. I'm for standing or congress or the president but it doesn't affect me state statewide. When i'm run for lieutenant governor. I still have that go fund me page. But i'd like go from me because a is popular. Be a lot of people go from me. See if followed the law and any other place that will do fundraising like You know making sure. Donuts list If available and then have people having the option to opt out. It's very legitimate. It's been around for years. It not even go nowhere. The why the the ethics commission on fundraising say that. It's not allowing any candidate. Any candidate to use a goal for me pay. When did this happen. How long will this along with this done. I mean the news about gofundme me. Somebody people made the money on gopher meal even Somebody let's raise money for a funeral are raise money for a trip or something like dan. But you can't leave money for federal campaign on gofundme page. I mean when his public nature is publicly known. I mean just as good at service that you have to pay for now locally. I'm amusing is free with optional. To pay for but it has a better looking layout s exciting most. That's the one that i was forced to using. I mean it's ridiculous to me take a like we have no freedom and stay as a federal candidate. Federal office candidate on what we can use for fun rated. I mean we're gonna look a last year did to to kennedy. I mean we wasn't able to do much because the dependency. Okay s. t. All over the place. I mean it was possible to shake cam vote. If he made it possible. I mean now me when my hearing i couldn't even hear what the was saying when when they wanted Complementary or wish me well or anything like that you know. I mean it's ridiculous absolutely ridiculous that you can't you a popular site like go fund me but now when my support of an and he showed me one of the pages and i was looking looking around for a little while and then i was like well how come i can't use the win. You know everybody's doing and state gulf politicians are hewlett and he showed me another site where Where and it's on my facebook page and it's on my To put for senate page by the way as toll go from not allow in the federal or a federal what is presently run for credit for senate him for legal like what the cat. What do you have against fund me. I mean give with the damn twenty-first-century what do you have and especially with this. Pandemic get with the twenty-first-century century. I mean it's ridiculous. I've already had been on drivers to try to get me different places. I mean you know. This is ridiculous. I got sped ramic nuclear and it's about the campaign the medium not spending awareness. There doing a terrible job. They're doing other candidate when they're not doing my campaign or they're not they're not letting people know about my campaign i ever had to tell. My landlord was running. I had me. I had to my own landlord restraining my lease the other day. I had to let him know does that. I was running within. And i got an instant vote for my landlord doing a terrible job at nit picky on who candidate support. I'm already legal at the legal annonay. I'm already signed up to run federally. But i'm just not on the ballot yet until i get to the city to officially flyer and happen to by march. Then we'll have a denver march twenty twenty till so i mean if i got you a bornstein fundraising i mean. I can't can't even sell to a cat now. I can get people to from the end. But i can't even sell to damn cad or dog or narrowed. I mean at that gate. i would min- money right now. I wanna miss struggling right now. Won't be worried about a government The federal government moved the money because stupid non vote on the debt ceiling and late indeed if they vote on it yet. I wouldn't have to worry about that crap. I am not so all of dana federal ethics commission on saying. Please let the candidate be able to whatever funding online that they have used to get the word l. Okay to clean them as you can't. It's a one one-sided band as a popular well popular started. there's always on the noon and not fair. That one side. Is dan literally banned from being used at the way of fundraising phasing. Fun for campaign. I mean he can't help big camping from raiders because of the playpen demi. I'm out now. i'm still running. But i'm out the program. Ah i'll see on alcyone the next day on that as jag. -ment out the program. I'm staying in the race but the program done. I'm still running..

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"one times" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on The big d zone

"Acting. It's not the same but yes by constitutional law the house and athena artist saying it that these voting districts are separate congressional district congressional district dot the house. Not the senate dial when you hear congressional district. I stayed for that bo congressional district fifteen of a senator is jeff holly so to speak or canada. Just congressional district one. Okay you live in another state. That has two different data so ample my steak house at cop bush end the two senators like jeff holly and the retirement of white blood. So yes the same. But it's more you know different way it's different and in voting language is different and both sides of the team but yet they're in the same building but they also have different died and different Voting procedures and the way they pronounced bill and everything the way day for half committees and stuff like that pole. Yes i understand that congress thing but is in devoting language. Okay and the way. The team working out in dallas. And i'd say that term limits should be for both congress and the senate i mean it and i did vote. Wrote that in england but i will be a cat if somebody tied to misjudge my interpretation. Oh the way. I think that sometimes the split Congress is split. okay. I will be chat intelligent. You know being played for. Because i mean not my rodeo okay i have to declare or i had the boring history class or you know. I even run praying for the house. In the state of midori i ran for the jefferson city. Blows death house district and kennet district in indata minority. I'm pretty sure you have one two thou- don't do that to me. Don't do that. I had done by my mother. I had abused by my mother. Don't do that to me. Don't now that answer. That question and i answered that publicly okay. 'cause i told the portent to i don't know the president listened to my show. I'm gonna put it on my group page as well. Because i thought that question the answer to in a way that. I'll talk to that person. Or if i were talking to that person but i think being talent mentally thinking that i will doubt me don't do that don't do that. Don't tell me like that. I'm a limited life forty seven years. I've been here. Forty seven years of my life by the by government.

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"one times" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on The big d zone

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"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Know there's more than a j. o. B. i want you to make the income that you desire and the impact that you long for eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Let's go to ryan now in south bend indiana ryan. You're on the ken. Coleman show cannot go ryan. I'm living the dream what's going on. Hey so here's my situation. I work factory right now just to pay off debt. The reason why is factory. After i was gonna pay off the debt which would take about nine months right now. After the day. I was going to and go to an entry level job in industry that i want to be in good. What industry took finance great. So my question is knowing that because of the hiring market right now and you said it was use. It should last now another six months or so. Should i try for that entry level job now in the industry the finance industry or should i stay in the factor with a high paying job to pay off the debt. Well let's just say this if you can get in the finance industry in that entry level job which gets you on the ladder. You wanna beyond. And you're making as much as you are now or more no-brainer but if you can't get in or let's let's put it this way. If an entry level position in the finance industry pays less than this factory job right now that i would wait and stay where you're playing nine months. It's going to be here before you know it. And for that matter. Get your mercy. Fund fully-funded three to six months. So i don't think there's a lou. I don't think there's a losing proposition if you stay for nine more months and get out of debt. And maybe even get that emergency fund funded before you take an entry level position. That's a good decision but Yeah i'd prefer you look what you know. There's nothing to lose if you find something in finance that pays the same or more. Yeah jump makes sense. Yeah so then yet. Not convinced. I just feel very underqualified to to get a job that makes as much as the factory job right but wait a second. Is that a fact. Or is that something you feel I guess it might be something. I feel you might by the way. Let me just say this. Your feelings might be right but let's go get some facts. Let's go find out. What an entry level position or two or three or four or five in the finance field looks like and find out what the qualifications are. Are you qualified if you are in his truly entry level which basically like. We'll train you on the job and it meets the requirements that i pointed out. Pays you the same or more do it. If you find out well this position this position position these all injured level and something. I'm interested in it. Gets me on the right ladder. But it's going to require some certifications or some online courses or associates degree or whatever. Then you go get that and you got a good paying manufacturing job factory job where again. You're getting out of debt. You're saving money so either way. You're in great shape. So don't say well i don't know well then. Why don't you know you need to go find some facts. So find out what it's gonna take. It's that simple and if it's going to take some Additional training and again don't assume it's a college degree but it requires some additional training. Do your research on that. How much is that going to cost. And in based on the fact that for nine more months. i'm throwing everything at my debt. How long is it going to take after that nine months to get qualified. There's your plan yes you sure I guess the thing that's just stuck in my mind is. I don't know if this changes the equation that you just laid out for me but This factor drive right now. I just i really dislike it and hated every day. Kinda hit it. I get it but until you can replace that income. Buckle up buttercup yeah i mean i'm with here i listen and it's not forever. Okay suffer eversholt. it's for right now. Go find something better. That autumn motivate you to do your homework. You called me without any answers. All got her questions. You need to go do your homework go. Go find out facts over feelings. Let's go get some facts and our feelings will adjust themselves your sharp young man. You got a great future. The best is yet to come. This is the ken coleman show Helping you go from paycheck to purpose. This is the. Ken coleman show and speaking of moving from.

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"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Bundle my brand new book. Why you're there because the get clear curse us but is the compass from paycheck to purpose. The clear path doing work you love. The book is the guide up the mountain kit clear. And let's get you moving. Okay is this is gonna last. It's time to move. A lot of people are gonna be flooding the job market and the next month two. I think five six more months all right to the phones. We go eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. John look is joining us in jacksonville. Florida jam like you're on the. Ken coleman show. Hey thank you for having me how are you. I'm living the dream. What are you doing Just i'm actually in the middle of work right now. But i just wanted to call you because i have a quick question. Okay are we is there. Is there any chance you their leader's gonna come by and see you. Do you need to get an undisclosed location here. I'm actually quite fine. Thank you once again. Man what's up You know so Okay so right now. I currently work at a company and they Put me through school. So i can get my radio so i deal and i actually have An interview with another company Tomorrow and i'm just kind of having a little bit of difficulty trying to decide what to do. Because i've been with my company for a little bit over a year and i feel like we like offer a lot of things for me and some of the things that i wanna do. They actually would pay for it about ninety five percents For my teacher okay But right now. I kind of feel like i need to Make more money. So that i can just get out of bed and Just kind of have more financial freedom so I'm just trying to decide whether i it's just an interview so it's not. Let's fast forward. Let's fast forward because this is the heart of your question. Let's say the interview goes great. They offer you a job and it's a substantial amount of more money to you. Were you leaning Yeah it's It's come on. John like i know john answer. You don't have to say it in a pretty way or smart way. What is if they offer you a job. This new opportunity this do company and it pays you substantially more you get to fill in. That is which way would you be leaning more towards that company right because you already told us why because you're trying to get a bigger shovel and get out of debt faster right but the that you're and i. This is what's interesting. I think this is a wrestling match between your head and heart. I think your heads says one answer. Your heart says another in my right. I'm right let me take another. Guess your heads telling you to take the new job with more money to get out of debt faster. Your heart is telling you stay where you are. Probably because they've been very good to you and there's a sense of loyalty but also because it's the ladder you're supposed to be on or want to be on and you can continue to progress that way if you stay exactly. Golly how do. I know all these things did i talk to you ahead of time. Here's an here's the deal. I'm always going to tell you to follow your heart okay. Now let's play this out a little bit. Let's invite our brain over to the heart discussion. Shall we say if you stay where you currently are and they continue to train you and they'll pay for this according to you right and they train you and they make you more. Viable is it also presumably bill. They'll promote you as well yes. They're definitely an interesting so it's also presumably to believe that you're gonna make a lot more money if you stay and climb the ladder that you actually want to be on true or false. It just means you're gonna have to be a little bit more patient. Get you'll get more money. Presumably faster at the new opportunity. But when it's all said done you probably make more money and you're on purpose doing what you were born to do. If you stay absolutely it's a no brainer. Okay well thank you so much dude. Hey listen listen let me let me just give you one. Last thing is very natural for you. And i'm glad you considered this and i'm really glad you called me because this could have been a big temptation and it would distract you. It feels good to be wanted and it and it and it looks good on the check the paycheck but you need to be patient and stay with it. You can still pay off debt where you are. It might take you a little bit longer. But in the end you're gonna be way happier and debt for you. Got me your third. Actually thank you so much. I like it. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven. Seven is the number I i wanna unpack this a little bit more because it really is truly a temptation so let me break this down. Another job opportunity that is offering promotion and a bigger paycheck. I'll stay with me. Promotion and a big paycheck. Those are two really enticing. Thinks why promotion makes me feel good. Feel good they want me my shoulders. Go back i. i'm proud of myself. I can tell anybody. And everybody. I know i know this open. And they overran opportunity. It's promotion. i mean. It feels good by the way. I'm not making fun of that. I'm saying i'm trying to give you the emotions so you get to see what's happening.

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"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Folks. Welcome back to the. Ken coleman show where we help you discover and do what you were born to do and I wanna remind everybody. I think we've got about a six month window. maybe a little bit less. it's a total total educated. Guess but it's still a guess as to how long this hot job market is going to last. We're at ten point. One million jobs available right now. Eight point three million unemployed. But here's what's coming to an end. It does not appear as though congress is going to extend the federal unemployment insurance benefits pass labor day. So that means the last. And there's twenty. Six dates already discontinued. But that means the last check coming in is going to be september. Four five so you see a lot of people who have been on the sidelines collecting unemployment checks. They're going to go out and get back and there's all kinds of restaurant jobs. I just saw on the news today. Damon by the way dame of the brain leaner has made an appearance as always very exciting. Always have to call that out. He is descended from the tower on high down here To the control room with all the little people including me But i saw today that a chick-fil-a and alabama has had to close their dining room. Drive through and it has nothing to do with covert. It it well. It kinda does but it doesn't because they don't have workers now folks. It's been a pretty sucky year and a half but if chick-fil-a has to shut down the apocalypse is near okay. Okay at least. I'm speaking on behalf of millions and millions and millions appearance in the southeast. Okay i mean like i'm i'm a pretty positive guy that everything's gonna be okay. We're gonna cycle out. But when i saw that news i officially tell people all the time. Be careful what you read. You read these headlines. Can jack with you. I'm pretty much impervious to negative news. But when chick-fil-a is shutting their dining room because the keg your workers. I started to go a little nervous i kid. Here's the reality. Those jobs are going to be filled. But but but watch what happens. So here's all. I'm saying i wanted to start off the segue to let you know if you're thinking about a move to a different job it's hot is. It's going to be the next.

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"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Go get a four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Let's go to peoria illinois where veronica joins us ronco. You're on the. Ken coleman show. Hi ken thanks for taking my call. You bet how can help. So my husband recently turned fifty and he is a small business owner and has been in the same industry for twenty five years and a lot changed with the pandemic and He sees himself needing to leave the industry within five years but at only being fifty five years old and having done the same thing at that point for thirty years of his life. He doesn't know what to do next. And he's a little scared and a little hesitant as to how to move forward with Felling his business not knowing what is waiting for him afterwards. So i'm hoping that i can him. Yeah so let's real quick. I'm gonna walk you through what to share with him and then a great tool to use But if he sells the business of any kind of idea does he feel. He's going to get a pretty big windfall from that we'll be break. Even what's the possibilities there He financially everything is going to be. Just fine oh He more than likely will not have to work. Full-time plan is for me. To reenter the full. Time workforce to cover our health insurance until we can get on medicare and he kind of wants to work part time. He's in a very emotionally charged Industry and compassion fatigue has That then and he's ready to to do something that that brings him smiles enjoy. Good okay do you have any sense what that is before i walk through what the processes well i know. He loves to be outside and he has started to find An interest in Flying drones and he works very well independently. Obviously being a small business owner. You have to be a self starter but he does not want to have to be at a certain place. At a certain time. He wants to be able to have some independence because of the industry that he that he comes from okay. So here's the reality. He's got to get clear right. He may be clear than you. And i know all right. So here's the seven stages. So i don't know how long have you listen to the program so let me just re let me just set. The stage is here stage. One is clear so for him. I gotta get clear on what it is. I could do and what it is. I want to do part. Time as i move into this next face right. So it's gonna mall passion gaining. Of course he's going to be good at it but it's really what does he want to do. Okay and so talent is is is what he's good at. Those are the tools. He's got a lot of talent. He's also got a lot of experience so passionate. What work he loves to do. An admission is worthy results. He wants to create passion in michigan. To be really huge. For your hubs in the reason is is because he's a guy that's very talented and so it's not going to be hard for him to sit down with you or anybody else and go. This is what. I'm really talented. That that's not going to be a question for him. It's really what do i wanna do. What's the work. I want to do and so passionate mission come together. I love this work. And i love this result. So how can i do this work and create this result. That's where he's really gotta get to. Because from a part time standpoint it it takes a lot of pressure off. He doesn't even need the money. So it's really about just. I'm going to pursue this path and do this work so get clear stage one. That's what he's gotta do get qualified as stage two. That means if he wants to fly drones what would it take for him to actually get qualified to have people. Pay him to fly drones. Well i doubt there's even a course or certification that might be in this day and age probably is but Bottle is you've got to go. Get drones are flying it. that's just one little example get connected. Is he starting to get the word out telling people. Hey i want to do this so he starts hanging around with people that are doing it getting in places where it is being done. That's my proximity principle right. Then he get started he starts doing it and again because he doesn't have any financial pressure. This is a huge deal huge. He just doesn't start doing it. Is money's not an issue and then the idea of getting promoted and he works his way up. Builds may be a side hustle and he builds his thing and blah blah blah blah blah. And next thing you know. He's in his dream job because as all these doing and he's having a blast so that's those are the six the first six ages the seven stages. He's given himself away. He's just working for legacy. So that's the path all right. He's in that position now where he's got to get clear on what i could do and what i want to do could do should do could do one. Everyone look at that right so because of the outdoor nature in him because of the he wants to kind of set his own schedule. It's probably a service that he will provide probably not a product. But i don't know that. I'm just saying maybe it's a service that he provides right and he's he's in the service industry now interesting and i ordered the bundle last night outmoded. It has taken assessment to get clear three assessment. No not yet okay. I want him to take it okay. Now here's the deal when his purpose statement when he gets he's going to see his top three talents and he's gonna see his He'll see where he scores on the on the twelve universal talents. He'll see this how he scores his top three passions work that he loves. You'll also see where he scores on the rest of the fifteen types of work passion and then he'll see his number one mission will driver and he'll see where he scores on the other six. I mean on the other five six of them so then he's going to get that in a purpose statement anyhow wanting to read it to you. Okay this'll be fun. Okay always say hey babe or whatever you call it i want you to read me purpose statement and let him read it to you and he reads it to ya. I want you to look at him. And i want you to go..

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"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Conversation and all important conversation about you and your purpose and we wanna look at your professional purpose. Were taken on. The worldview quite candidly. That says that you work to live. That's all it is. It's a four letter word that you have to do to be able to survive. Pay the bills and hopefully you can get a good job if you get a good degree and well make some memories have some toys and just try to make it through and there are a few fortunate souls lucky folks who get the dream job is just by pure chance. There just lucky as good things happen to them. This is what most people think about work as opposed to realize wait a second i was created a fill unique role in my work. That means i'm needed means. I must do it. I can make the income. I want and the impact that i want in the same job this is life is too short to just go through life with j. o. b. It is possible to doable. Can pay off debt. Live the dream. Eight four four say seven four seven two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Is the phone number to jump in. We'll get your phone call shortly. I wanna talk to those of you. Who are about to step into stage. Five which is get promoted so many of you are in stage one. You're trying to figure out how to get clear. Some of your getting qualified stage to somewhere in the process of getting connected in stage three and then hoping for the opportunity to step into state forty to get started all right so this is for those that are in about ready to start. You know what the latter is that. You wanna climb. Because i want to speak to a reality. That's going to come your way. And that is that as you get promoted to move up at stage five or you'll spend a lot of time climbing the rungs on the ladder to get to the dream job. You're going to get promoted into leadership some role where you are on some level managing somebody or small tea or even a large team leadership and it's terrifying for the first timers. It really is. I get it is a lot of unknowns. Can i don't know if i can lead should've taken i've never led before. What do i do. So i really want to own it on this three things. I want to address three practical steps. Practical actions rather is really what it is that if you're doing on a daily weekly monthly basis. You're going to do a good job even as an inexperienced leader here we go number one. Ask frequently listen carefully. That's it boom. Just do that. You come in to lead a new team you're gonna have people inevitably that are older than you've been there. Oh we got to connect their you get you know Guess the people that may be new. The team never liver because people been there a long time and they're used to one leader. They were close to that leader. Leaders gone now me. There's all kinds of nuances to this and so in order to start a well as a leader. You've got to ask frequently and listen carefully. Ask a lot of questions at listen. Well i mean if you're not taking over a a flooded situation or the house is burning down type situation. You're not an emergency mode as the leader. That's been all my time first. Couple weeks just asking lots of questions and listening everybody on the team number to build relationships also early on build relationships right one on one conversations. When you're asking frequently listen carefully. You have an opportunity to learn more about them. You're team and so you can build relationships connections. Have over to your house. Do team building activities build relationships number three get easy winds quickly now all three lease build on each other so if i'm asking frequently and i'm listening carefully. I have the opportunity to build. Relationships is going to build relations. And then i'm going to get the easy winds quickly now. Here's the deal. New leaders are always tempted to come in with a big splash. And i think that's great. If you can get it here's the realities big leadership splashes early on are very very difficult. They take a lot of effort and a lot of time as opposed to the easy wins. If i'm a new leader and i've been asking frequently listening carefully. I'm going to see some opportunities to kind of come in and get some easy winds and get them quick stack momentum so let me give you an example of one of my favorite shows now on. Tv is is ted lasso about this. American football coach in this wild scenario takes a job overseas. In britain. Coaching a premier league. Soccer team knows nothing about soccer. And so he of course. He's a doofus calm. You know these guys. He's due for seizes southern yoko. Play by jason today because right and in one of the very early episodes is he's kind of you know trying to connect with his team and to build a relationship he does this right here so beautifully all three of these things. He asked a lot of questions was carefully. Comes up with this comment box. It's a shoebox takes into the locker room so say anonymous. Tell me what you want to change. And so everybody gives all these recommendations and to that jump out more the snack machine or the snacks in the in the locker room. And then the shower pressure until in the show he gets both of these things addressed quickly and the team. It's not like they're all of a sudden in love with him but he begins the fav out a little bit towards him and it's the beginning of a real connection that he makes between himself and the team. It's a beautiful example. He does all three ass wriggling. He listens carefully. He builds relationships and he gets some easy ones quickly. Got the shower pressure. Change got the snack thing done boom. Oh he listened us.

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"one times" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Like twelve three beers. Oh my gosh. I think mike the tampa guy gets drunk and like the hardcore stuff like we. All drink like the fruity stuff in the fun. Things like that. mike. Woody time you streamline cocaine right so i grew up in in a very small town so it's no surprise that my girlfriend building. My first time i was drunk was to natural light. Natty lay yes. It was christmas vacation. I was in probably close to my senior year in high school And i remember all. I remember about the night that we had family staying the night like saying the week with us and that we listened to the rough riders anthem. Bmx like a million times. so much. so that i came home talking like what like talking then puking in a paper bag the whole night in my room until my mom finally walked in and goes we'll talk about this in the morning. All i remember about that entire now. There are more flavors. Natty light right. You can actually pick up right. Mattie lay mike calls it natural natty ice pink pink lemonade have like different flavors of natty. Light yeah i think so. I think yeah here. Yeah they're trying to compete with. I love how excited i am as a new mattie last basically flavor dirty water so how did anybody else drink foods. Farm pass around in a circle. Somebody needs to tell me how you can get drunk on jello shots. You must have had to have a lot of jello shots. What are you talking about if you have to jello shots. You've had more alcohol than a natty light really. Yeah i could have so many jello shots. And i never would get it. Would it would not affect me and your probably making him run in jello..

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"one times" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"I'm happy with designs and everything for the posters and then there was a mass Stickers and matt yet msa was making the posters and then we got. Jj with central valley ditch rolling was central valley. It's made the shirts yes so to everyone will sell. Yeah and victor did such an awesome job on those shirts. Those shirts stickers two percent of the money. Yeah that were that were made. They were so pro high-quality recycling dude. We're better than the usc so bring on us the high clouds i oh man we they they they spent. They spared no expense. I love the quality high quality stuff right right so. Let's let's paint a picture for the for the listeners out there It started off with a little beef between the couple of white. Let's call them yellow belt couple of yellow bell these belts. They're both season. Why these these are some young that year no they just started messing around on the mats and one thing turn into another in a coach asked him if they wanted to have like a super fight and then from there were like what they're going to. I wanna a super too so people kind of just started channel. Eight other or coach suggested certain matchups and it just not from there. You know there was a guy at the gym. Matt hunter shutout who does awesome fucking work. Do your an awesome fucking graphic designer. You made some kick ass posters. You made some kick ass. Chat hooper the printshop. French who made imprint shack. Thank you yeah imprint jack. All right man. We've had that due to shadow and get him some more work duties kick ass. Yeah david soto. Central valley stitch did an awesome job on fairy had a good quality shirts to shirt out. Quick designed came out. He's out the oh. They came out awesome. They came out. Awesome you know. And and not only that he also worked as the mc. And i thought he did a banging job he will he jeff jenkins. Yeah dude yeah. He said the app and david was like like the anchor off. Dude high no right. Hey dave hold my home. I to zero quick while i run this shit. I'm going to run. This is reprogram bro. Just don't touch anything i. It was a solid solid van. Big d was out there. Dillion a also. Why taking some awesome picks. You know we got area. We got all pictures. Mj photography oh shoutout is that what is that. Her handle nj photography ground jay for titles. Yeah we got to tag her unplugged because she is what we're going to have to do it for a tournament and just have her follow us because she has some great victories. You know amazing picture. Yeah so we're for sure gonna have to booker for for a tournament. But so landry. I heard jenkins in hook it up. Don't be gasman. Luke photos gas package. That should be a party peers and photos and you get picks we've made we've been talking about the super fights that went down just a couple of weeks ago march twenty seven. Th i wanna see those two saturdays from from where we're at right now though and you. You both competed on you. Guys both had a match irving you said. This was your first match at bluebell. Tiffany this was your first match. Ever right of aguila. This come about did you..

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"one times" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"one times" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"Right win like maybe a match to before mine was. I was going to get a gun compete. That's when it started hitting the nurse. Hit and everything. And i try laughing august playing around. You know just having fun with it. So i go there and line up and To get ready to compete that schwinn you feel it. You feel it code. Find out the guy doesn't show some like who are you know a guy didn't show up. He gets tq and so like making jokes about it. How is it tough match ever done. You know just kinda just playing it off the nerves and stuff and instill i you know. I'm like okay so my next match is like in ten minutes sock okay. So i'm thinking my i feel like my nerves have gone like all right. I'm good. I'll be good for the next one. Second match comes up. I get there and i feel the nurse comeback son of a bitch the nurse her back but before i go to the corner why was before and before it can get there this all just like walks in and gets in illinois spot. I'm like okay baucus. Some going the other side so i go to the other side of the table. And he's like ready to go like he's all right. I'm ready to go. He's like on the mat. Ready to go like holy shit having taken off my fucking flip. Wash it and so nervous. But i didn't have time that it really like being nurse when everybody. Yeah it was like when. I was in the military and had jump out of the play for the first time. They're just like okay on the wage. Took me out before. I could even be nervous about it so So i get out there accounts whatever and we start to roll in and the the nerves were there goes nervous but he was and at some point in it. I remember thinking..

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