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"pena" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Then he starts telling me some about, you know, he's going to turn pro soon. He's got an amateur MMA fights whatever. So whatever the vote is, they go through. And he's talking about the fights the night before. We will talk about the fight from Saturday night and everything else. He was supposed to write his name down. He never wrote it down. I believe if I remember it was Steve Wilson, because I know he's I know in between his three jobs had been listening to this and hopefully as he has a real good career. Real smart kid. The first thing he said about Derek Lewis, he said, teddy, that guy hasn't learned anything. I said, yeah. He's like Deontay Wilder and my sport. Just depends on that greater race of the power. And all that. So anyway, it was good. It was good to see that kid. It was good to be reminded and just humbled, humbled. But kids like that was working three jobs just to make ends meet. Really? Really, with the price of things. And so you can do that there. You can do it, but you got to be willing to do it. You got to be willing to go and do at this point, whatever it is, you know? And here's this kid willing to go out there. He wants to follow the MMA. Can we? He's got to work three jobs. You know, and he does. Well, teddy, that reminds me of the fact that anything you want in life that's worth having, you probably going to have to be uncomfortable to get it because no growth, nothing good happens when you're chilling and relaxing on the couch. Just think about it from a practical standpoint. You want to get muscles. You got to suffer in the gym. You want to be a faster runner. You got to suffer by yourself on the road. It's just a fact of life. The best grapes are grown in the harsh climates where the hotter in the day cold at night produced the best wine. Anything that is going to make you get better requires suffering and you have to be uncomfortable being uncomfortable. So I just want to bring that out by those a great little introduction to our show. You know, we're human beings. And we went into the fight business, but we're into the human business more, you know, we both have families and we camp out people and so I always, as a prelude to our shall always to just have a little chat like two guys sitting in a bar, you know, sitting somewhere in a park, just talking about life, talking about something that came up, talking about something that we have in common with our audience out there, besides their love and passion for the combat sports. And that's why I always feel this time to first 15 minutes to just touch on some things like that. The other thing I want to imagine, all the MMA fighters, they all watch this show and we're very blessed and they've all come on the show and they know why it's been on the show and so and in the boxing tool they all watch in the commentators and everybody and we appreciate all that even though some of them steal some of the stuff they hear from here. But that's all right. But I got sent to tape recently of MMA fight a young fighter 7 and O Haider ammo, a.m. IL a meal. I guess it's a milk haida a meal. Somebody to watch for Ken the open to get to the UFC of course the big time, which I think they're not far away from. This kid's exciting. Well, just a little bit I've seen of them. Real good striker, well rounded, good on the floor. Tough as hell, granted, and you know, like a lot of these guys in MMA. You could be talking about about 20 of them just saying that. But very confident, as I was saying, ESPN all the time, fan friendly style, which a lot of them have, but fan friendly style. He's fun to watch. I hope he makes it to the UFC. I just wanted to give a little shout out there. He just fought he actually fought on Friday. My birthday in California on a carton he won. And I just want to congratulate him and his manager, Jim, and wisdom future success, and maybe comment on to the fight with us one day. Well, teddy, I'm glad you mentioned him, but I want you to know that you just opened the floodgates every single week I get people sending me messages like, hey, do you want to interview my buddy? He's two and zero. And I always am tempted to say. You watch the show, right? You see the guests that have been on the show? Have we ever had someone to and on the show? But I love promoting the younger fighters and we'll keep an eye on him. And before we jump into things, send out a quick prayer for my wife, she was driving home today with my four kids from visiting her sister in South Carolina. So if you know about geography, South Carolina, we're in Nashville. She's going to drive home 8 hour drive. I'm talking to one of the phones. She goes, wait a minute. What am I doing? It says I'm entering Florida. I said, please pull over and please look at the map. She goes, oh, I put in our address and apparently our address is in South Florida too. So I've just driven four hours south of 95. I said, we live in the northwest from that place where you're at. When you will go and south on 95, you never thought like, I don't think I'm going the right way. And she was like, well, needless to say, I've paid the price. So now she's driving home from Jacksonville, Florida instead of instead of Charleston, South Carolina. Two things I have to say. One, no, no. I pray that she gets home and she will. She gets home safely, a little late, but you're going to have to make dinner for yourself at once. So as you can tell I'm a little late, it's okay. You could take extra athletic greens, that's all. Fits right into the commercial. But the other thing is, see, that's what happens when you own that many homes. I didn't even know you had a home in South Florida. That's what happened. Neither did I. That's what happens, kid.
"pena" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Striking on Ken Ryder joined as always by the voice of combat sports, the great teddy Atlas, teddy, how are you doing? Good, how are you, Superman? I mean, but I think I'm talking to like Superman or clock kind. I'm making you I'm making you those guys because your clock can't now and then you become Superman Superman when you start doing all the time. Those unbelievable runs that you do. Cochran universe with your marathons. But I'm okay. You're good for my confidence, teddy. Thank you. I'm good. I mean, I hope everybody out there is good. I had to make an unexpected I had a birthday on Friday and I got a lot to say happy belated birthday. Yeah, I got a lot of birthday wishes from you guys and from really all over the place. From people I hadn't heard from him in 30 years, so it's like somebody's leaking his info out there, you know? Not every day you turn 50. Yeah, thank you. That's why, you know, that's why you're my man. Yeah, that's why you are my man. You have all the great qualities of being a great partner, you know? You know, my age, you know, the prop age. You know, a few years younger than it is younger than I really am. But it's amazing. This Internet thing that I heard about, that they put your birthday up there. So everybody is like, really, it's nuts. So you get all these messages. I appreciate them though. You know, I joke around. I appreciate it. But I, you know, some things come up in life and I had to make a sudden quick trip to Florida for something that happened and I had to take care of. So I was actually down there for a couple days for my birthday. And me and my wife, we shut down there. And it was, it's amazing that people we were we went out to eat and it's amazing that people that watched this podcast that, you know, most of them know me just from boxing, of course, ESPN. But now people coming up and say, teddy love your podcast. Tell can keep killing it with the runs. I mean, it's like, wow, we are, we are really, we're kind of popular. And we're growing. And I want to keep that going so we can keep doing this, but appreciate all the people out there. And I just want to mention we were getting ready to go there for yesterday. We were at a place called Bradley's. It was Palm Beach and nice plays outdoors sitting there near the water beautiful. And I really like Florida. It's like, I feel like I'm sometimes in the United States of America when I want to call it the United States of Florida. I don't know, I mean, they play the Pledge of Allegiance. And people wonder what a why I'm feeling that way. They actually play the Pledge of Allegiance during lunchtime. So I just think that's great. I really do. And everyone stands up puts their hand over their heart, you know, I had to be my most of the words. But there's way to come over. And it reminds you of how fortunate you are in life and how tough it is out there with the price of things. And just everything going crazy the way it is in this country. But there's always a way. There's always a way. Here's this young kid this way to real polite, nice kid. It's been a long time since somebody called me, sir. And he's over there and he's waiting on us and one thing leads to another. He's telling me to order, I asked him about the crab cakes. I want to die. Do you guys know about it? And so I never eat crab cakes in my life. I'm eating crab cakes now, and stuff like that. So fancy. Yeah, a little bit. So it was the day of my birthday. So he says, he says, well, don't get this one. Get this to sandwich. I'd say I can't get to sandwich. I can't eat bread. He goes, oh, so he said, but this one is too expensive. It's $60. $60 for crab cakes. I looked at I looked at them. I said, it was very nice of them. But I said $60, it goes there, because it's insane. I said, oh my God, I said this is crazy what's going on here? I said, so all of a sudden, he says to me, yeah, people got to work three jobs. To survive. So I look at them and I said, how many jobs you got? He said three. I said, what are your jobs? He said this. I'm a firefighter. And I do a EMT with the fire department, down here, and I'm an MMA fighter. I said, you and MMA fight and real good shape and everything. Clear, clean car kid. And he goes, yeah, I said, listen, and I'm. Embarrassing at this point in my life where I never talked about any stuff like this, especially to do with me. But now when it comes to the podcast, I have no shame. I immediately say, you want to and he said, no, I said, where's your phone? He takes her phone because being a prehistoric man I am. I only know one way and I'm proud of it. I'm proud of it. One way to tell people how to get, I know this is a me and platforms. iTunes or that's crap. But all I know is get on your phone on YouTube and put in the fight with teddy Atlas, pops up. And then I actually watched him hit subscribe. I don't let them leave my site. Subscribe. So this poor kid, you know, and the managers are looking at them probably. And so he pulls out the phone and I said, the name is the fight. He goes, I know, I know who you are. And I before I could say my name. He goes, I know who you are. He goes, I just didn't want to say anything. I don't want to, I don't want to bother you. And I said, that's nice here. I said, I get the click. I got to get the click. So he goes, he bang, he hits it, you know?
Astros start fast, batter Ray for 3-game sweep of Mariners
"Other momentum the Mariners generated from a 14 game winning streak has died in their three game sweep by the Astros The last being an 8 5 victory by Houston The M's were down by two in the blink of an eye as Jose Altuve and Jeremy Pena hit consecutive homers off Robbie ray to start the game Martin Maldonado had three RBIs for the 9th spot in the lineup helping the Astros earn their 5th straight win From bravo Valdez improved to 9 and four and had a shutout until he was chased during a three run 7th Ray was tagged for 6 runs and ten hits in three innings I'm Dave
Vogt, A's wrap up shaky first half by beating Astros
"Stephen vogt came off the bench to drive home the tying run in the 6th inning and the winning run in the 8th as the Oakland athletics beat the Houston Astros four to three The wind gives the a's a series win against the first place Astros who they trailed by 29 games entering the weekend For us to close out you know two out of three against the best team in our division It's a good feeling and kind of makes these flights home or back to the bay wherever guys are going and make them a lot more fun and you know we've been playing really good baseball the last couple of weeks and so now we can marinate on that for the next three days and show up Thursday ready to take it Jeremy Pena hit a home run for the Astros Adam spole in
Peña delivers in 10th, Astros hold off slumping Angels 3-2
"In extra innings the Astros beat the angels three to two Jeremy Pena singled in the go ahead run in the tenth It's awesome to come through for the team You know we were kind of scuffling These past few games but I speak a lot about our team that we find a way to get it done The angels had plenty of scoring opportunities but failed to cash in They stranded 14 base runners Ryan Presley pitched the last two innings to earn the win He is now three and two Aaron loupe tagged with the loss now Owen three Mark Myers
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 9:24 p.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton The Astros continue to soar Adam Spillane has details from Houston The Houston Astros have won 6 in a row after Jeremy Pena's 9th inning walk off two run Homer sent them to a four two win over the Los Angeles angels It was paying his fourth hit of the game and second home run Oh that's my first multi home run game And send that on a walk off it's unreal In that game Astros pitchers tied a 9 inning major league record by striking out 20 angels The guardians humbled the Yankees to nothing Tristan Mackenzie dazzled allowing just one hit over 7 innings enough to impress Cleveland DH franmil Reyes I love the way bitch is attitude He's very focused in every woman and today was a great performance Tyler wells was superb over 6 innings as Baltimore won at Minnesota three one It took me a little while to kind of get back into that groove and that mentality but over the course of the last two months like I've really kind of started to get back into it and I'm feeling pretty good about it Other American League winners were the royals raise Red Sox White Sox and Mariners In the national league the Padres scored all their runs in the 9th to defeat the Dodgers four two Elsewhere Brandon Woodruff went 6 stellar innings boosted by an effective changeup as the brewers blank Pittsburgh to nothing When I can you know go to it multiple times and make it look like a strike as long as possible I just think it helps me out Other NL winners included the Marlins reds mets rockies and Phillies golf JT poston led wire to wire to win the John Deere classic for his second PGA Tour title and a spot in the British open I've always wanted to play in an open championship and for it to be at saint Andrews in the 150th is pretty special and pretty hard to draw it up any better than that Tennis it took four sets but three time defending Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic defeated a wild card entry to move into the fourth round Bruce Morton AP
Trout's slump worsens, Astros strike out 20 to sweep Angels
"The Houston Astros have won 6 in a row after Jeremy Pena's 9th inning walk off two run Homer sent them to a four two win over the Los Angeles angels It was painting his fourth hit of the game and second home run Oh that's my first multi home run game And to end that on a walk off it's unreal Faber Valdez allowed two runs on three hits over 6 innings while striking out a career high 13 hitters for the Astros Louis ren he foe hit a home run for the angels but Mike Trout finished O for four and went zero for 11 with 9 strikeouts over a three game series Adam spole in Houston
Verlander wins 8th, Peña, Altuve homer, Astros beat Marlins
"Jose Altuve is 8th inning three run Homer helped the Houston ASTRO snap a three game losing skid with a 9 four win over the Miami Marlins Four unearned runs in the 7th inning enabled the Marlins to pull within a run after trailing 5 nothing so Altuve was able to steal back the momentum with his third hit of the day Laying the game is always good to score some runs Obviously they were playing really good old series around So taking it for Romney was I think at the moment it was what we needed Justin Verlander earned his 8th win of the season holding the Marlins without an earned run over 7 innings on three hits Brian de la Cruz hit a three run Homer for Miami Adam spole in Houston
Astros slug 3 HRs in 4th straight win, 11-7 over Blue Jays
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Peña's 2-run homer in 10th leads Astros over Blue Jays 8-7
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President Biden Defends Afghanistan Withdrawal as an 'Extraordinary Success'
"The president yesterday bellied up to the microphone at the white house. And he We're gonna use cut. one here. Guys talked about his botched afghanistan. Withdrawal is the biggest humiliation of this country in the history of our military and yet he calls it. An extraordinary success through united states ended twenty years of war in afghanistan. The longest war in american history be completed in one of the biggest airlift's in history with more than one hundred twenty thousand people evacuated to safety that numbers more than double what most experts though are possible. No nation no nation has ever done anything like it in all history. The only the united states had the capacity. And the will to do it and we did it today. The extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible bravely and selfless courage. In the united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals the extraordinary success of this mission keeps using that term ban. no disrespect to our fine president. But i'd hate to see an extraordinary failure if this is an extraordinary success. Thank you joe. For leaving a what. He's now calling around a hundred number keeps dwindling by this afternoon. It'll be fifteen is left. Hundreds of americans behind and we know what happens to americans or held prisoners when islamic radicals take over a country. Anybody who's seen the history books remembers what happened when jimmy carter was humiliated for four hundred forty. Four days with hostages being paraded on tv and used for propaganda by the ayatollah khameini. When mr pena was president now we've got another one being set up here. It's unbelievable
Mike Discusses Gallagher's Heroes, a Fund for the Families of Fallen Officers
"From the radio show. My passion is gallagher's heroes the fallen officer fund. We we try to support the families of law enforcement. I spent a lot of time in my time here on this planet with police officers and first responders spent hundreds of hours writing with cops ride alongs at night seen what they go through day after day a ridden with paramedics middle of the night calls in the middle of the night and of course our foundation the mike gallagher show charitable foundation is called gallagher's heroes for reason. These are heroes men and women of law enforcement our heroes. There are very few professions. Where you literally take your life in your own hands when you go to work. Every day in fact we used to be called gallagher's army and share a little personal story about one of our big donors and supporters was a like the first couple. I like to think of jack pena templeton. As the first couple of philadelphia they were philadelphia royalty but not royalty in the way that you would think of pretentiousness. These were such good people man. I miss pena. i miss pena. She was like my surrogate mom and we lost them both over the last few years sadly and for a long time the the templeton family was sort of the the silent angel donor keeping our foundation afloat and it it it their assistance and their generosity. As as well as yours over the years helped us send checks unexpected funds to grieving widows and children of law enforcement killed in the line of duty
"pena" Discussed on You Better You Bet
"Of course they can now intellectually. If i'm gonna make a smart bet maybe that's not my choice. Carlos our choice is going to be. 'cause you've been amazing. We're going to keep at the very least we're going to keep asking you to come on you better. You bet. been amazing with the bedding breakdown. Your actual baseball breakdown. I do wanna close with this. And i don't how often you get asked this question. My apologies if it's a lot here we've got about a minutes ago. Impractical jokers by my favorite show of all time. I've literally seen every episode probably multiple times. I've seen the one where you're on right with joe doing push ups in the back. I laugh every single time. It's on your hilarious in it. What was that experience like for you like you ever watch it on tv. Because i feel like. I've seen that episode. No joke probably like five to seven times. I've seen it a couple times and yes. I stopped on the street in the city. When i walked in orlando i live in orlando people in orlando stubby everywhere. Okay and they go. Hey you are impractical jokers. You know and it's so funny. Look you know what what makes me. Laugh is thinking back on what was going through my mind. This was going on everything that occurred to me when this was happening. I'm like in my mind if you would have been able to take a seat and and watch my thoughts if you think. This was twenty new. That was absolutely hilarious and so thinking back on that. I wanted to kill joe. I really wanted to rip set up and i could not be. I was going to be a professional. I was trying to be proper and to be quite honest. I thought he was just hired like a near. And if you don't want to get him fired. This is the worst record ever in the history of no would do in this breakdown of the people that don't know like joe was like the was he added you push ups like in the shot while they were trying to like mark rosa right. It was absolutely hilarious. Carlos but you were so good on the show man. We love watching. That will be now. We'd love to have you on again. Stay well and we look forward to touching base with you down the road here on you better. You bet thank you very much. Porch was well. Thank you guys. That was that was so awesome pain. Yeah your favorite show. I mean literally like my favorite show probably of all time all right hours down two more to go next hour. Adam chernoff titans and colts. It's you better. You bet from bacterial for the latest line movement and edges to beat the spread download rebecca. Hugh al app today..
"pena" Discussed on You Better You Bet
"Milwaukee does have the hitting the fielding certainly does have the pitching but then i liked that x. factor that the braves have against the dodgers. So if i had to choose one or the other. I will stick with the braves in one of those short series Anything can happen there but Yeah milwaukee's most definitely capable but my pick will be the braves i love. I've got carlos pain coming up. Firing with some of the takes on the major league baseball season. This has been awesome. The braves plus seven hundred win the national league. The brewers right now plus three seventy five now carlos. You did say that you like team. That can take a punch that can take a couple setbacks and come back even stronger that leads me to my next question. My favorite team. My hometown club the new york yankees playing exceptional baseball right now. They may never lose another game. I'd love to see you know. Hate me for saying this the yankees eleven to one right now to win at all. Where are you at right now. Carlos with the new york yankees and the balance of power in the american league. So there you go. You see what i'm talking about. When he teams able to recover from difficulty when i see teams that are able to go to the tough times when they have injuries when they have they have covert. I l going on This is what me that. The team has to grit to fight through difficult moments right in a in a series so any team either. The bad news bears. they're hot. They can beat anybody right but we're not talking about being hot. We're talking about that that team that even though they may not be at one hundred percent still are able to pull up some wins. And that's why. I think that you you're a yankees have shown us that despite all the hardships they still rice to the talk. So now if we go forward are they my my You know world series favorites On paper i would agree with you. I would agree with you now. You know a fan i. I'm gonna go back all the way to san diego and have you on us. I think san diego to win the world series. But let's not forget you know right now. They're almost out of it almost out of it. Which is astonishing to me. Did not expect this collapse. By the san diego padres. But if you ask me what would be the one stumbling block for the new york yankees. You know. i'm going there. You know i'm going there guys chicago white sox you have to watch out for this. This is a very dangerous team. They have everything. They need hitching their their plays defense. They run the basis their electric got power. That's a dangerous ballclub right there and yankees brains tonight by the way so both of your answers there you like the yankees you like the braves so to maybe give the dodgers series potential world series preview. Going on this week. I want to ask you about the raise real quick as you said you go. You know who. I'm thinking of to beat the yankees and you know what i'm going to say it in my head i go. Oh the rain. Every nice setup there that was pretty. You're like the white sox like right. Wait a minute. I wanna ask you about the raise. They've been they. Were in the news. a little. bit today Tom verduci from sports illustrated. Who we've had on the show before we love tom. He wrote a piece today. Basically about how tampa plays they use. A million pitchers sending them up sending him down the number of pitchers they use..
"pena" Discussed on You Better You Bet
"It's nick costa's and ken barclay on you better. you bet from bet q. L. one conversation about pro wrestling in the last segment. Adam chernoff coming up to start our number three from the simple handicap talking. Nfl week one. Maybe a little preseason from cherney see if he the jaguars saints game tonight. Two days continues with the tennessee. Titans and the indianapolis colts as well next our pinal power our final hour of the show with all our beds for tonight major league baseball and the nfl preseason but right now we turn our attention to major league baseball. We're very pleased to welcome to the show. The great carlos painting a fourteen year major league better all-star gold glover over silver slugger and homerun champ. That's that's a pretty good list of things to introduce somebody with. That's pretty good for our guy. Carlos pain and you watch him of course on the mlb network joins nick again. Gain here to break down all things major league baseball. We're going to bet this board moving forward carlos welcome to the show beck. You'll hear on a monday. How's it going into so much for ami guys and thank you for that very kind and generous introduction of course carlos. Let's just start with this. We've never had you on the show before we have about forty games left in the season right for each team. We've got division races. Cy youngs or still kind of undetermined. Mvp and the national league is still undetermined. Gimme the one thing you're most excited to kind of wash and see play out here over the next forty games you know. I really thought. San diego is going to be in a better position. I started to see whether or not they're going to be able to turn this around and get back playing the way they should be playing I've been extremely excited to watch autonomy Finish the season and possibly hit fifty home runs. That's not out of the question. This is already amazing what he's doing but i'm not just i'm you know fifty home runs to me. It's just that other echelon that if he wants to do that. I don't even know it's going to have our heads just flipping. I mean. this is amazing what he's doing so I i would say as far as the teams are concerned. I'm i wanna see san diego bounce back.
Urías 5 Extra-Base Hits, Piña 6 RBIs, Brewers Rout Cubs 17-4
"Louise seriously many Pena were the catalyst as the brewers clobbered the cubs seventeen a for rheostat in major league record with five extra base hits including home runs in the seventh and ninth innings he also doubled three times drove in five and scored five this one was the best game of my life anyway you know it was funny was one of those days that that I felt good and I mean I think everybody was feeling it today senior provided six RBIs for the grand slam on a two run Homer helping the NL central leaders completed a four game sweep Jace Peterson added five hits to the route losing pitcher Kyle Hendricks was tagged for a career high nine runs over four plus innings I'm Dave Ferrie
'Locker Room Syndrome' Drives Men to Think Big
"There's actually this. Study is a study by annabelle chan and they looked at data from forty three different countries with men. Eighteen seventy six years old and what they found was that they're actually more concerned about. Their penis is outside of the bedroom so they called it locker room syndrome. So they're kind of more concerned about what other people think as opposed to actually concerned about how pena size affects sexual function or sexual performance or how they're perceived sexually all. I would definitely agree with that. I remember the first time playing hockey and showering in the in the locker room and being so uncomfortable about it. But i played on a competitive team and we traveled and your parents eventually the point where they saying. I don't want this stinky thirteen year old kid in my car on a wednesday night for two hours reading. Take a shower after the game So then you started taking a shower and it was just this awkwardness where you're in the room. And you know perhaps some of the guy and again. This is a long time ago. Some of the guys which our some of them wouldn't and there's that initial kind of discomfort of getting naked in front of other men and again. This is a while ago. And i feel very differently now and then the funny thing is is. I remember my grandfather growing up. Who was very quote unquote macho and and all those sorts of things saying to me. One day when i- cowered in a room getting changed putting on a swimsuit. He's like we all have the same stuff he's he said. Just no one's focusing on it. Just get changed. It's not a big deal. You don't have to go hide in the corner but it's this weird being pulled in different directions. You're supposed to cover up all the time you're not supposed to show it. You're supposed to talk about it. You're supposed to say how big it like. These silly games that we play and again this is just reflecting on my experience. Grew up playing hockey and being a kid and the whole peanuts conundrum. If you
Royals Top Brewers 5-2; Early Start for Fans to Watch Bucks
"Brian Hernan Jorge Soler homered for the Royals in a five two win over the brewers or herniated tie breaking two run Homer in the seventh Mike minor allowed one earned run and five hits over six innings snapping a personal for start losing streak many Pena hit a two run single for the brewers who moved up the start time for hours so fans could watch the bucs host the sons in the NBA finals losing pitcher Brett Anderson gave up two runs and three hits over five innings his first start of the second half have a sale Garcia had three hits for the NL central leaders on the ferry
Beatle Drops Penis Ringo Legal Battle
"Former beatle ringo starr drops his legal battle against ringo penis springs. That's right you heard it. Beatles drumming legend ringo star has dropped his legal battle against screaming. Oh pleasure products a line of peanuts. Rings called ringo pena's rings. He filed a suit against the company. Two years ago objecting to the name of the penis rings. you can't use ringo pena's strings it's mind name we you. It's more name you. You can't be using aim on the penis ring. People think i'm endorsing penis rings. I've never seen appeanas ruining really. I've never used a ringo penis random online. I've never used a pain is wrong. I don't know what's the deal with venus rings. Does they bring you more pleasure. Maybe i should try now. I'm on my. I'm on viagra. Trying that out right now. Yes you know when you get my age and you get the old. Ed you can you know. I think i think polls got the as well. We had a conversation about it. We're both using the virus you know we got to use those pills. I joked with him. I said paul written a song about the little blue pill you know yesterday. All my pena's work that day you know like maybe there's something like that paul. What do you think. I'm sorry guys. I had to do that. So the suit was filed and twenty nineteen in the complaint. Ringo claims the brand is identical in appearance. Sound connotation in pronunciation to his own damn name. here's a crazy thing about it. It's not even your real name bro. You have you have a regular name. I assume yeah. Your name is richard. Just looked it up. Richard you wanna choose a name like ringo. What do you expect you know. Companies that make pleasure products. And i don't know candy are probably going to just use. Ringo what did you
Why Circadian Rhythm Is Key to Health
"Today we're having a special episode of the doctors pharmacy with dr toddler. Pena's our house call episode. We dive deep into issues in the function medicine. Space and help you understand your body. A new way understand to access health using the framework of functional medicine. Welcome tun thank you. Mark is great great topic so years ago. Our mentor. sid baker who is one of the genius mines medicine. I believe on the twentieth twenty-first century basin he wrote this book called the circadian prescription. And who was the first one who really talked about the role of rhythm in health. So can you tell us why rhythm and circadian rhythms and chronology is actually so important in. What is it all about anyway all right. Well you know you're absolutely right. I i read the book That's that said. Baker wrote says chicane prescription. That's sort of where the sir lightbulb went off my head said you know this is really important stuff. And it's sort of the fourth dimension of health which is time and understanding that you know we have rhythms in nature. We have the rising of the sun in the setting of the sun and then the lunar cycles and we have the the months in the seasons in the year so it only makes sense that our body has its own cycles and own seasons and understanding that We have these internal clocks and we have jeans. They're called clock genes and they have to synchronize Just like an orchestra got a lot of different pieces You're talking earlier in a podcast. About how many different chemical reactions are going on the body. You have chemicals being made you have chemicals being broken down. You have chemicals being detoxified in you have all these rhythms going on in the body in their happening In in harmony if you will and just like when you have a an orchestra in order for an orchestra to make really good music what do you need. You need a conductor and this is understanding that the bodies conductor Is synchronizing the whole body in terms of the liver and the heart and the muscles and they gestion all of those factors so our body's ability to have a good rhythm is key towards health
Reese's new peanut butter cup has no chocolate
"Is rolling out a new candy for peanut butter lovers. I cannot wait for this. It's going to be called the rhesus ultimate peanut butter lovers cups. This is the first time. This is the first time in. Like i guess the ninety year history of reese's candy that they have made a peanut butter cup without chocolate tasting. So it's peanut butter in the middle with peanut butter coating on the outside and it sounds amazing. It's just a global peanut butter. It sounds like pena middle peanut butter on the outside. The coating is like the chocolate coating like the texture of the chocolate. But it's peanut butter so it's two different
Houston Fire Chief Peña urges residents not to use grills or propane heaters to stay warm during power outages
"At noon. The record setting single digit frigid winter storm is almost shut down. Normal life in the state of Texas. Jeff Man also has the latest Winter storm and freeze warnings across Texas with millions of people still without power statewide, including 1.3 million customers in Houston alone is going to get cold tonight. Be very cautious. Do not use grills do not use propane heaters. Or or generators too close to the home. Houston Fire Chief Sam Payne knows his crews have already responded to about 90 carbon monoxide calls, including two deaths. Roads are slick. Some are closed and shelters are maxed out as Texas now stairs down 2 to 6 inches more of snow and ice
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"pena" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job
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"pena" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job
"Was Oh. The book and I think might be one more and in a lot of people have to understand that. A lot of people that orig-. They don't own just one company. They might have ten percent of e companies where they. Were they have their investment and that's where they make money so if One, company fails. We still have nine other companies that you're getting revenue front. You have will book, which is which is good and then gets totally your consoling. Setup is great. I'll have to learn or ask you about. You know all that stuff is I signed up for your I in our on the thirtieth in it comes back and tells me that. I'm all signed up all that kind of stuff, and that's those things are skills that you have to learn you know what's fascinating. Find Out. This is bannered as calendars best better than this one. And that's what I try and tell you to tell people that listen you know. You've gotta try different things, and that's where you as you stated how you improve. It is not just this. I think improving would be the more positive way to look at it as you want to improve L. set. You said you. were. What's that positive thinking? Positive Language Paloma? Right. Yeah he was getting all get negative. I mean it's. It happens why. Improving. The, Key term to? To keep thinking about, is you have to improve so, but does that sound? We should off about. Streams would be a good one because. I don't know the book and so forth. which would be the best one PODCAST IS GONNA. Take a while Philly markings gonNA take. A while the book. I. Don't know if you're having a lot of luck with that or how you have to market it, but any student is books or whatever you just can't learn sifter. aftermarket Nice..
"pena" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job
"At it. You know you talk about. Her I think the other thing while passion. If you can figure out your passion and your purpose that is going to be a drive, your motivation, your Your Cup of coffee or caffeine to really put in the time. It takes to learn how to do certain things, so you're able to get that work out there, so if you WanNa podcast because you really WanNa, get some information or topic out there is that passion for that topic that should motivate you. Failures going to happen I. Think I was always I was raised to be afraid of failure. I don't know why that's just something I've always had inside me and so many people have taught me that failures. Part of life is actually failure. We need a new name it's it's when you try. Something doesn't work out. You learn a lesson, and you try a different way or you try something different you figure out you know what that's not really. My passion I thought I liked that, but it's not and. I think we were so scared of failure and I mean you don't want to lose all your money in your house and everything so you have to strategic. You want to go crazy either everything one pot. By and some people do I just I. I don't have the guts for it by failure. It's okay I tell myself. It's okay if I put a book out there and it doesn't south at I tried immediate learn something from it. It's okay if I put a podcast and. Something goes wrong or it doesn't succeed or I don't get listeners. Maybe it's not maybe I do something wrong. Maybe it's not the right topic. What do I tweet? What do I do and you know we have to? We have to be comfortable with failure. I'm not I'm learning to be comfortable by part of this idea following our passions in our dreams and doing. Doing stuff whether it's a side hustle. May We unite talked about I? Maybe we keep our full time job in we face. The Nets are side-hustle, or maybe we leave our job, and we go full in in some adventure or some economic venture I should say some kind of a small business You know we. We shouldn't be afraid of failure we should. Do I learn and get better always about continuous improvement. I think that's that's a better term. High continuously improved. I'm not failing I'm learning to get better..
"pena" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job
"What's that I'm so sorry? I said the same thing with zoom I purchase. A more pro or Pack Edge there's a fee version, but you can't have more than one other person for over forty minutes right. Right well, and you can also have you have like a video or so you did something with. On a certain topic and it's like three minutes long, then you can bring up and everybody can see then you get back to the interview again so. I'm still learning with it but I like it because the audio. I can pull out of it and put it on. On anchor and everything, and I, when I registered for like fifteen different podcast. Sites my download just went through the roof. I had light free weeks ago. Sixty downloads and I'm up to seven hundred eighty while we can go over that later on. If you want to go over that later on how to put your podcast all these different. I go to POT NEWS DOT COM. It tells you everything that's going on. and. I could see the drew writing down. That's I. Take a Lotta. I have so I take us to help me focus because I have focusing issues learn, also I take a lot of notes because I'm always learning new things, and and I appreciate that people always teach things. while. That's the way the girl I do. The same thing I do a lot of research and I have notes all over the place links, and all that crazy stuff and. Trying to get youtube. I do like a lot of my races running cycling. On Some of the videos I do are some of the people that Ron and it's tough to get a thousand subscribers like if you WanNa monetize on Youtube, you have to have thousand subscribers unlike whole mad. I don't know how you do that. You really have to push it and I'm not there yet. With all the different things on Youtube, everything flashes across screen, and this comes up and subscribed comes up and I'm like having these people do this stuff you know. They just have to keep going and going because some I listened to let me five years to get to this point, so you gotta keep going the. Way I look. At that that's made a about monetize subscribers and you were about to say. I'm sorry I interrupted you..
"pena" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job
"The networking is very very important. And then you can expand on that so I lay continue learner, and you have your doctorate in I forget Neil Nets okay I did it in curriculum and instruction. Masters in English lit. Kennedy's person English lit, but I wanted to do more in higher. Well I still think buzz of this are continuous learners. I think you have to be like back. To engaging your Pat Ashen because. We discussed this before we got a line is there's a lot of people who when I called the Plan B. There a fear of failure is so much that they. Worked so hard like there's some podcasters. Wait a whole year before post is saying. Because they want to get it perfect into me Oh. Is that what of Oak? I. It regnery here it is all Justin I. Even sit on my pike as he said I know I apple bloopers in here, you know. Learn and when I tell them as I said I, jumped in side, I'm just not talking and I'm walking and I said you need to jump to and try it and tweak it as you go after live. But yeah you if if you try to make perfect, that's fun. I try and learn as I go and do it that way. And it works for me. How when you say perfect what you wait a while to get something. Published or change a new. Protocol or something? Great question and also talked about now. Working I wanted to talk a little bit about that as well, but in terms of I think my fear kept me from starting the podcast. It was a dream I knew January twenty nineteen that I wanted to start a podcast. I put it on my west side coming soon in February or March, and I didn't officially twenty nineteen and I didn't officially lounge until June twenty twenty. It's an amazing I've met so many amazing people and And I I didn't go the perfectionist way I'm I'm trying to make it better as I go, but I had to like all that fear. Fear just holds me back from getting started and I noticed that that's true for a lot of us. We want to write that book, but we our own worst enemy. We want to start that podcast, but we don't start evening because we wanted to be perfect, because we have all this ear that holds us back and Telugu that fear so yeah, so so yes, so that's that's the perfectionist parts more fear I wanna get a Ray, but you won't get her affect. Perfection doesn't exist. While I'm on anchor anchor, you can use your phone there. His new broadcast will the first time. It is very good first time on like this. And I'm like okay. Say something you know is really tough..
"pena" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job
"But I really wanted to get out there and keep helping as many people as possible in pursuing their dreams, and succeeding whatever endeavors they're trying to succeed in its what my focus was, and my purpose, and Higher Ed, and it's what I continue outside of that, and and so the books are meant to do that, I do a consulting with schools and organizations on whether were building some infrastructure, because I love the big picture in the smuggling apart so hr, and all that but I also work with the humanities with research with the criteria and all kinds of work with schools, and that's my consulting side, so I got to do all those pieces I love. Love and then in my coaching side, I work with a few clients one on one whether we're looking at career changes or trying to look at long-term goals and prioritize them, and then set up our lives in a way that helps us meet those goals, so I do a lot of that coaching as well and then and then the publishing the podcast seeing it's my way of putting content out there I drive as much content out there for free as possible resources, so that we can access no matter what and then the the books themselves, which I try to Polish low cost, and I do some giveaways virtually in Instagram facebook as well. Well looking at your setup, your web pages great. Web Pages is like water and oil I. I imagine to juice it up that webpage. You have somebody doing yeah so I, did it? I'm actually GONNA. Keep trying to make it better. Here's here's some those tits for anyone who's interested in in pursuing their own adventures career. Wise or you know professionally. The two of US Craig I mean. I took time to learn how I try to figure out how to use wordpress and created a website and I keep learning new things. He stays same thing with podcasting I. I did a lot of research and listen to our people in and then I just said you know what let's just started and I got started so so yes I. Did the website myself I'm trying to use this time to learn as much as I can with all the activities I'm doing. Well. Me All try, but eventually if I get into, it'll be lights. You know one know so. I did look on your slate and you have like link. Tree is called linked Yes, yes. it. It's it's weird. It's like ally N.. K. T. R. DOT E. If you're, anyone's listening an interesting. and it's a great way for any of us to have multiple links on Instagram, but if you don't have one website that can be a website, so each tab is a link to something, so if you're selling something Amazon, that can be one link as a way of bringing multiple links or web pages into one space, and since instagram limits you to link, it's a great way for you to have multiple links. Stay there. I like to. Do that before the web page hell. was in. I can put my races on Air I could. Put Patriot lane and buy a cup of coffee. All that stuff in one place and I really liked that. That's great and that. Leads me into what we're doing. Is the networking and Jalan Porton Network News because. I might have fuel. Is You haven't heard about vice versa like I'm explaining stating the late trading, some of the things that you do I didn't know anything about so..
"pena" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job
"Hi Dr Craig and Onboard actually broadcasting from motel rooms down here in. Hot Gainesville on where temperatures like ninety eight degrees yesterday. So I'm going to interview. Jacqueline Pana waiting for her to get on board here. using stream yard in I'm going to take the. Audio from streaming. Ardenne putting into my podcast. So, we have A. Few things to talk about today Dr Jacqueline Penna. Has Role podcast. She does consoling. in a lot of other interesting things with ritual into your, she is Neil. I..
"pena" Discussed on How Good It Is
"Ooh. Already, pretty low and because of throat singing makes your voice lower the to Vince call him share, Sh- imager, which means earthquake penal. Once said, my voice is lower than most to vince. They have a style that makes your voice, and when I use that, there's a slow song when I hit a note that's four white keys from the left of the piano. If you'd like to see Pena's journey to Tuva, look for the nineteen ninety, nine film call. Genghis. BLUES IT WANT A. A documentary award at the Nineteen Ninety Nine Sundance Festival and it was nominated for an academy award in the documentary feature category, good stuff. But not everything was awesome for him during this time in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven, Pena was badly injured due to a fire in his house and he wound up in a coma for several days because of smoke inhalation and he also dealt with a long pancreatic illness. Originally, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and was given six. Six months to live. It wasn't until sometime later in two thousand that he was correctly diagnosed with pancreatitis. But also in two thousand finally came the release of the new train album. I'm not sure exactly how that happened, but the record came out on a label called hybrid recordings, which was a subsidiary of a larger label. So presumably bears was bought out by that label and Pena being back in the news with the newfound popularity because of the documentary meant that there was. was something suddenly in their archives that people wanted again, it's just a guest, but it's pretty solid one. But all this was a little bit on the late side for Pena. There are only two other albums credited to him after nineteen seventy, three one is a tube in singing album, and the other is the soundtrack to Genghis Blues. So more toobin singing in two, thousand, five peanut died of complications, pancreatitis and diabetes in his San, Francisco apartment at the age of fifty five. I, wish I had a better ending for the story, but unfortunately, I don't. This isn't a story like share was huge in the early seventies and then made a big comeback in the nineties and early two thousands or or Tina. Turner who broke out in the sixties, and then again in the eighties, it's not even a late bloomer kind of act like Sheryl Crow who didn't make it big until her mid thirties or fits in the tantrums. Their first album came when founder and lead singer Michael. Fix Patra was forty. It's essentially the story of a man who's popular music career was ruined by somebody's Ego, and all we have left to consider are a few pieces of work and a lot of speculation about what might have been. And now it's time to answer today's Trivia question back on page two, I asked you about what the names Nelson, Lefty Charlie, junior lucky and Otis have in common, and then I threw in the name's spike, Clayton Muddy, and boo to make it even easier. Did you get it? While they're all pseudonyms Nelson, spike belong to George Harrison Muddy, and Charlie junior or pseudonyms for Tom Petty, lucky, and boo or more commonly known as Bob Dylan. Otis Clayton are usually identified by the name. Jeff. Lynne and lefty would be Roy orbison..
"pena" Discussed on How Good It Is
"The following year? Pena side with Bears Ville records, which was run by somebody named Albert. Grossman Grossman is perhaps better known for being Bob Dylan's former manager was at bears bill that he recorded his second album called new train, and it was produced by Ben Syndrome. And on new train, we find the song called jet.
"pena" Discussed on The Schmidt List
"Developing impactful products and building engaged teams and now here's your host Kurt Schmidt Ryan thank you for joining me on the show today it's going out there that that's him else want the real him to be the be the what that goes out there because I know it will be received that way it'll be more authentic versus a deer in the headlights you know and so I'm trying to bring out that in other people and I I don't know if I'd call it talent but I I'm usually successful getting them to sound like themselves and to other there's whether their leaders or colleagues and it seems to be working so I'm slowly I you know I don't mind being the face of the brand but I'm trying to have maybe the inspiration of the brand getting other people to have that voice of what the brand is always find it interesting when I'm talking with not just other sooners but people who work in product management or these other types of things where they're very self conscious about sharing their stuff right now and get it like I understand like some people are like no I wanNA keep my instagram on private and do this and any other thing but I do have folks that come to me and say like oh I couldn't do what you're doing thing with the show and and this and that even though I mean it sounds like fun or whatever you know and you know I too like you I try to coach them around owned just put yourself out there and see what happens it's funny I tell the story I probably told that too many times in this podcast gonNa tell it anyways is like when I first launched the show I got all these notes people congratulating me and I'm like I didn't win a prize you know like I didn't I just made I just stuck a stupid microphone in my face and started talking Schmidt right but then my wife catering like congratulating because you put yourself out there and he's like oh I didn't all I see doing something that so many other people can never imagine doing yeah or maybe just can't get over themselves enough to do something right right so how have you coached other people like so let's say I'm listening to show Ryan and I'm like you know I probably could beef up my presence may be unlinked in a little bit personally maybe maybe I'm in sales or marketing but maybe maybe I'm just a lead developer lead designer and I wanted to I want to be more of a thought leader yeah you know we're we're should I start right that's a really good question I do get this question asked a lot I honestly do so so the first thing I like to sort of level set with them and and while there they may be coming to me with that ask which is a good first step I'll usually kind of backtrack a little bit and say first and foremost you have to really ona what you're comfortable with and what you're not comfortable with yeah you might have to step out of your car for its own a little bit like you said you know you had a stick Mike in your face and just do it you know but but you know if you knew that this is something that you're not comfortable with at that moment time but you're willing to to try it and just get started then that's I think a lot of people sort of ignore that like I'm not comfortable with this but I guess need to do this because everyone else is doing this or maybe on social media because everyone else's on social media and started doing in doing into it but they don't realize they're not this is not authentic to them it doesn't come naturally to them it's likely not going to look authentic to the people that are receiving right he's not gonNA look natural to them so you need a I just like call that out if that's the case that's totally fine I'm usually not going to tell people like eating to be all these social networks because they're the most popular social networks out there let's I you know think about linked in what's going to be the best for what you're trying to accomplish and then when they get into the other tip that I'll tell them is you know you typically will want to go.
"pena" Discussed on KOMO
"Colin Felix Pena pits the combined no hitter after the game Mike trout pointed out that they scored seven runs in the first had finished with thirteen Tyler's birthday is seven thirteen definitely looking over us tonight you can't make this stuff up Tyler Skaggs would have turned twenty eight today Todd ants ABC news I'm Rick fansites will become extra imagine two superheroes named Barack Obama and Joe Biden of fictional crime fighting do based on the real guys last year author Andrew shaper hit it big with the concept in his best seller hope never dies and is returned with his new seek will hold rides again the mystery novel within as sort of your Sherlock and wants it okay in this mystery Obama's blackberry phone vanishes there's a murder and then a refusal by Barak to endorse Joe for president with all the success writing bromance is like this will Schaefer consider a trump pants crime fighting duo a couple years ago I wrote a book called day of the Donald about Donald Trump becoming president and this came out before he was president and nobody wanted to read the book there like that is so ridiculous that never happened I can't even believe you waste your time on that and so now you know and like well the AP it came true so you know I don't know what I'm going to do with this sort of new found clairvoyance that I have what we do know is the current book is out now and it's called hope rides again Rick fansites como news we have the propellant charge money a business.
"pena" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"News. The Pena's timely Silla, Sarah, Fox News, share the House Judiciary committee, Jerry Nadler, issuing them, for the former chief of staff of one time, White House counsel, Don Mcgann, and another former member of President Trump's inner circle. Donaldson is like the note taker in cheap when it comes to the special counsel investigation, she was the one who's not documented these interactions between then White House counsel, Don Mcgann, and the president over these allegations of obstruction. So her notes are really part of the record of the backbone of the special counsel report. And then hope Hicks also had a ringside seat, if you will, as the White House communications adviser, and directed visor to the president on all of these issues related to Russia. Fox's Catherine Herridge in Washington hoping is now the executive vice president achieve communications officer for FOX corporation, Mcgann was supposed to appear before the committee today chairman, Nadler called on embassy. Correct. What he called his mistake. State maybe queer this committee will hear Mr. mcgann's testimony, even if we have to go to court to security, we will not allow the president to prevent the American people from hearing from this witness ranking Republican on the committee Collins Democrats are trying to desperately make something out of nothing as tensions between the US in Iran. Continue to escalate top administration officials held a closed-door meeting lawmakers as afternoon. I want the situation to escalate. This is about deterrence, not about war acting Defense Secretary, Patrick, Shanahan's, speaking to reporters after the meeting, but Democrats say they have more questions than answers. Some are skeptical of the administration's strategy set of California's suing the Trump administration to keep it from canceling nearly one billion dollars for the state's high speed rail project. On Wall Street, the Dow gained one ninety seven as Dak plus eighty three the s&p rose.