35 Burst results for "Rick I"
International Community Calls for Calm Following Clashes at Aqsa Mosque
"Hamas fires rockets into Israel, Israeli defense forces are striking back at Gaza. The escalation comes after days of fighting between Israeli police and Palestinians in Jerusalem. The international community is really alarmed by all this naturally and they're calling for calm, But it is not clear this moment what could achieve that and the situation is so volatile and unpredictable. We've seen very fierce clashes around the El Aqsa mosque
Meeting Your Internal Family with Susan McConnell
"Would love to kind of start at the beginning with you and sort of go from there. So i gave as you said kind of a little rundown of the basic premise of it. But obviously you know it and much more detail that i do ad for people who aren't familiar with it. What's this internal family systems model. Well like you said the basis of the model assumes that we're not a unified personality but we are Multiple and that is how we talk. What appreciated about learning from dick schwartz. Back in the nineties was that he had run the same time that i was exploring different types of movement and body workin different therapies and dick was getting his phd in structural family therapy and then trying out and finding limitations to it and he really had mired about him is that when faced with ways that what he had learned in school and worked he just sat down and brought his curiosity as well as his compassion to listening to his clients. Who were talking about well part of me extra time. He was working a lot with bulimia patients beginning theory. Was that if you heal the then. The symptom and one person in the family will. You will become better. He found that oftentimes the
Bill and Melinda Gates Are Splitting Up
"And finally little sad news in the marriage department guess you heard about bill gates and melinda gates. They are getting divorced thank you. That is the exact appropriate response to that But know they lived in a sixty six thousand square foot house. It's so hard to keep a long distance relationship together. And you know they were having problems and bill gates said. They were traveling problems connecting and he called his. It guy and he said they just weren't compatible
The Simple Life: Sweet Home Croatia
"Tired of the rat race mid western mom. Jennifer wilson decided up route or young family and seek out something simpler so she moved her husband and two kids to the croatian mountain village. Her great grandparents to learn what they would have taught her about life. Jennifer makes sense of her family's adventures in her book called running away to home. She joins us right now from the iowa public radio studio in des moines to tell us what she and her family gained from living in croatia. And how it's changed them now that they're back in america jennifer. Thanks for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. So you took your family from iowa to croatia. Set up the story here. When did this happen. Why did you do it. How long you stay well. It was in two thousand eight when the economy was melting down here in america we were really feeling a lot of restlessness at the time. So we sort of collectively decided as a family to take a big risk. We decided to get rid of all of our sort of consumerist lifestyle stuff and we took our young family to the ancient croatian mountain village of my ancestors in it was. It was a pretty amazing. Right how long did you stay in. Croatia trump. We were in the country itself for about seven months. The majority of that in the village itself is your husband croatian. Also he's norwegian alsacien but he sort of adopted my ancestors for the time we were in the village. It was really like hitting the reset button for our family. They're in what way. Well jim and i have a fairly modest lifestyle here in the midwest but even a family like us sort of in our american culture tends to super size everything and we were just ready to kind of get away from the american buzz and we went back to the most basic way of living. We were living in a small pen sione in this very small village that felt like it was suspended in amber since my great grandparents left and it really gave us the time and space to connect as a family we wanted less business in our world and we thought there can be no better way of doing that than going to a place where there was really nothing going on We had heard a few things about mirka pie research and a scouting trip and indeed. It was sort of this quiet time outland. It felt like to us
What’s the Best Water Source?
"Call it. Like water quality ascension. So we start with you know. We've got the tap walker that that's coming through people's faucets at home. It's coming to showers and what's happened to this water is it's it's been so process you know we. We don't look at water as a living pretty much life sourced you know. She's like i think we take water for granted so we put it through these pipes and it goes through unnatural processes that it doesn't really need to go through. Maybe but we're doing it because we want to take out all the toxins and stuff like that so that's tap water and imagine if you are trying for the rest of your life you're gonna eat frozen dinners and fast food. But you're expecting it to nourish your body the same way that produce and natural foods that occur in the world would nourish us So that's like tap water and ever i. It's awesome. Because i think everyone is kind of starting to wake up to help bad. Their water is that they're drinking so then. We moved to bottled water and bottled water. Obviously you're in the single use plastic bottles So that's like knock great for the environment but it's also it's going through the same process. That tap water is going through. It's basically recycled tap water. In these companies they do usually process it. Goes through reverse osmosis They're taking it also from you. Know small rural towns and country and basically having. They're selling it back to these people. They're almost like stealing their water. And then selling it back to them at like a thousand percent markup which kinda sucks next year. Bpa sake toxins in there too. Oh my gosh and like think about how how long the water is actually sitting in those bottles before it reaches the shelves like sometimes it can be like eight to twelve months or something like that. I think and obviously the the plastics in the water. It can leak into the water. It's just a total mess but Then you moved to bottled water. You know it's not. It's not that much better than tap water and then you move to like a filter filter which okay now. We're we're kind of in the same area but we're using less plastic. So that's great. I love that And it's it's a good option for people at home. It's a good start. Then you move to things like reverse osmosis or a rookie Burke's kind of. I don't fully understand how they work But then reverse osmosis is taking everything out of the water right which is also a good start. But it's it's taking the good stuff out of the water so think about this. If you are drinking reverse osmosis. There's nothing in your water. there's no minerals. Nothing water needs minerals. So we're drinking. It's almost like rick drinking it. And the reverse osmosis starts pulling minerals of our body and then we p it out because we can't really absorb it
Bucks Rally in 4th to Beat Nets 124-118, Clinch Playoff Spot
"The box used a big fourth quarter rally to upend the nets for a second time in three nights a one twenty four one eighteen Bucks win Jana son of the couple had thirty six points and help lead in eighteen to one fourth quarter run to put the box in firm control down the stretch the nets had an early six point fourth quarter lead before the box got red hot on a couple says for regular season wins in recent weeks against the contending nets and Sixers means little to him nobody's going to movies games when the playoffs on me personally doesn't mean that the box of also earned a playoff bid for a fifth straight year hi Rick Irving had thirty eight to lead the nets Kevin Durant had thirty two the nets have lost three straight Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
How Legal Psychedelics Work to Deepen Our Self Awareness
"Explain for the audience. What the of psychedelics is. Why are people so excited about it. Now why is it come to the forefront of our consciousness and conversations around shifting your mind. Stay in positive ways. There's a doctor status love grow. Who's a check psychiatrist. Who lives in the united states now in germany. But he said something that helps explain the value of psychedelics. He said that psychedelics. The study of the mind with the telescope is to astronomy and the microscope is the biology and what he meant by that is that is a word itself that means mind manifesting and so psychedelic drugs. Are those drugs some of years old. Some more modern like lsd invented in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight but really discovered forty-three that bring material to the surface. That if you could say that. We all have a psychedelic experience. Every night when we dream that there's a little bit of a barrier between the conscious and the unconscious mind that barrier is made more permeable were dreaming and say do something very similar ring emotions thoughts feelings sensations since surface both things that have been repressed difficult or also thinks that we've never quite yet experienced. Both you can say therapeutic trans- personal mystical spiritual what we're talking about. Now in terms of medical applications as psychedelic assisted psychotherapy. So we're doing work with them. They may other. Groups are going work with cilla sivan or we're trying to do work with. I began but you could just think about all the things that psychotherapy is good for and say delegates assists
Supreme Court Affirms American Indigenous Man's Right to Hunt in Canada
"The supreme court of canada friday ruled seven to two in favor of a washington state man who was charged with illegally hunting and canada more than a decade ago. Emily swing reports in two thousand ten. Rick data crossed the us. Canada border into british columbia. Where he intentionally hunted for elk without a license back in nineteen fifty three the last surviving member of desautels ancestral tribe. The cynics passed away in british columbia three years later. The province reclaimed cynics lands and canada's federal government officially declared the tribe extinct does to wanted to prove his people were anything but extinct. He was acquitted in two thousand seventeen but the province appealed twice and lost now. The supreme court of canada has sided with denzel via zoom defense. Attorney mark underhill delivered. The news to desa tell his wife linda and dozens of other cynics who had gathered to celebrate the rooms on behalf of canada. Welcome we want. This is the first time. The supreme court of canada has interpreted what it means to be an aboriginal peoples of canada in the majority opinion. Judge malcolm rowe wrote but cynics rights are protected by canada's constitution and that to exclude aboriginal peoples who were forced to move out of canada would risk perpetuating the historic injustice suffered by aboriginal peoples at the hands of europeans loggers miners and white settlers who moved into british columbia in the nineteenth century proved to be hostile. Neighbors and many strikes were forced to move south across the border onto the reservation of the confederated tribes of the call ville in washington state. Rodney causton is the call chairman. He's also cynics. He says his tribe will now work to protect cultural resources and sacred sites in canada. We will begin looking at are averaging title back to orlando are traditional homelands and also the recognition that we do have rights as the first nation in canada.
The New Normal with Dr. Jennifer Ashton
"Today we have the real privilege of being joined by practicing doctor for the last twenty years and the chief medical correspondent for abc news. Dr jennifer ashton. Dr ashton received her medical degree from columbia university's college of physicians and surgeons in two thousand and six. She became the first female medical contributor to the fox news channel and from two thousand nine to two thousand and eleven. She was the medical correspondent for cbs news network and since two thousand twelve. She's also been the senior medical contributor for good morning america and world news tonight. Abc news in october twenty seventeen. Abc announced dr ashton as chief medical correspondent and health editor during the pandemic. She's played a truly critical role in keeping americans informed. She's appeared on the abc network sometimes up to fourteen hours a day in order to bring viewers important medical information and she's widely considered one of the most trusted health personalities on television today. She's also the best selling author of six books including the self care solution and her recently published book the new normal a roadmap to resilience in the pandemic era. It's a real privilege for us. To have dr ashton on the show to talk about the coronavirus pandemic and what we can do to support our own physical and mental health during it. So dr ashton. Thanks so much for joining us today. How are you doing. thanks for having me you guys. It's really an honor and a pleasure to be with you. And i'm doing well awesome. Glad to hear that. That's great so. I want to play off the title of your book. The new normal. I'm in california forces here to without a lot of ups and downs estate. The definitely there's a sense with more and more people getting vaccinated people kind of stabilizing. There's this longing yearning to get back to the old normal and even kind of prickliness said any sort of restriction on a return to that former sort of equilibrium that people were used to and yet you're talking about the new normal that we just have to face. So why do we have to face and deal with a new normal. It is kinda wanna ask the naive question. Why can't we just go back to the hold normal. What's pushing us ended as a new normal. Well as you guys know. I'm a medical doctor. Not a psychologist but in medical school we do have to learn some psychiatry and some mental health and mental illness Unfortunately we learn enough but in speaking to a lot of mental health professionals. First of all your question is a really important one. Because we're not just seeing that people want to go back in time almost magically in the setting of a pandemic. We tend to want to do that in
Talks Narrow on a Compromise to Changes in US Policing Laws
"I'm Julie Walker negotiations are narrowing not compromise for us weeping police reform bill in Congress though passage remains uncertain democratic representative Karen bass who introduced the George Floyd justice in policing act says she's optimistic about passage I believe that we can get there I absolutely do what's most important is that we come up with ways to hold police officers accountable Republican senator Rick Scott says he'll negotiate but what I'm not going to do is put our law enforcement community in a position that they've got a second guess themselves when they're trying to make sure people are staying safe you want elements of fellow GOP senator Tim Scott's bill included in his bill we had incentives to you know to stop choke hold both spoke on ABC's this week I'm Julie Walker
Making Athens Neighborhoods More Evironmentally Friendly
"Let's start today's travel. With rick steves increase hosting the olympics in two thousand four forced that famously chaotic and polluted city of athens to invest in more pedestrian and eco friendly alternatives tour guides cars and pastas doris joining us. Now to look at what you can expect when you scroll the neighborhoods their city by the way we recorded this conversation before the pandemic shutdown international borders things very much. What's it like when you hear. An american. say athens used to be terrible today. It's changed big low. We are old enough to remember what you mean. Because i grew up in the nineteen ninety s where we had these serious problem with his cloud. Above athens was pollution cloud. Yeah but then a they introduce measurement which was not. All cars are allowed to enter the city center the yukon enter Based on the you and your license plates so this improves the today. Absolutely yeah and athens benefited a lot from. That's an apostolakis. There's more sensitivity for pedestrian zones. I think from syntagma square. You can walk downhill on on. What used to be a very crowded traffic street and now it's like a park weekly unification for q logical sites so he can start working starting from sedan west and you can make your way old down to get me. Cost the asking symmetry of otherness. It's beautiful walk without motorbikes. And there's this beautiful pedestrian sort of park. That goes to me almost all the way around the acropolis also the hill that the city is built around. That just seems designed for people and it's beautiful in the evening. It's beautiful in the day.
Clyburn Fined $5K for Metal Detector Violation
"Fine from the House Ethics committee. Failing the pastor up metal detector outside the House chamber. New House rules find members $5000 for a first defense and $10,000 for a second offense. Sources told Politico. Clyburn exited the House chamber to use the bathroom and went around the metal detector when he returned fly Bernice, the first Democrat to be fined for a violation, Three Republicans have faced fines for not completing the security screening. Jared Halpern, Fox, New Texas business Closing numbers
Senate Blocks Bill to Allow Cruise Ships to Restart Sailing
"It was one step forward and two steps back for the cruise industry as two bills met very different fates on thursday in the us. Senate the careful. Resumption under improved safety enhancement act or the cruise act designated to essentially override the conditional sale order put in place by the cdc was derailed by senator. Patty murray the bill sponsor senator rick scott expressed disappointment reiterating his belief that the was not treating the cruise industry fairly. Meanwhile the florida senate voted to overturn a twenty twenty vote by the residents of key west to limit the size of visiting ships and the number of cruise passengers could disembark at any given time next. The bill will face a similar vote in the florida house of
Olympic Bodies Launch Competitive Series in Virtual Sports
"Has been launched by the International Olympic Committee. The Olympic virtual Syria's one clued five sports baseball, cycling, auto racing, rowing and sailing. The IOC says it hopes to mobilize virtual sport e sports and gaming enthusiasts all around the world in order to reach new Olympic audiences. Sports attendant 40 minutes
Prince Fans Pay Respects at Paisley Park 5 Years After Death
"To Prince fans marking five years since the legendary singer died. The sanctuary where Prince lived and worked, has turned into a museum since he died in 2016. 1400 fans were custom clothes, left flowers and pay their respects at a statue outside. Then again inside in the atrium or princes, ashes were put on display. Monica Ricks CBS
Four members of Sikh community among victims in Indianapolis shooting
"At this hour. The coroner's office has released the names of the eight people who were fatally shot when a man opened fire at a FedEx plant in Indianapolis yesterday. For the victims of the shooting were from Indianapolis is Sikh community. The mass shooting marks another blow for the Asian American community in the United States. Shooter has been identified as a 19 year old former employee of FedEx. Police say he killed himself after shooting his
NCAA Hits USC Basketball With 2 Years' Probation, Fine
"A nail Southern California men's basketball with two years probation and a $5000 fine. Ah, former Trojans assistant coach violated ethical conduct rules when he accepted a bribe steering players to a business management company. Sports A
Sen. Scott Calls for 2022 Winter Olympics to Be Taken Away From China
"Senator Rick Scott is looking for international cooperation in his effort to get the Olympic Games moved. Senator Scott says he asked Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to join his call to move the 2022 games out of Beijing. Scott says he's made similar request of President Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The Republican wants the game's moved because of what he calls China's horrific human rights record.
"rick i" Discussed on How I Built This
"Always thinking. I'm talking to my parents and their friends. And when you were you know leading these lectures and talking about going to europe. I mean were you just saying look you can do this. I don't speak french. German guidebook you can make your you know you can make it work. I think that's part of my How i was successful. Part of my appeal is. I'm not a scholar. You know. I mispronounced the words. I don't know how to say perry you know I say paris. I speak only english. I remember interviewing my students. That was a fear knepper. I don't speak the language and tell them well neither. Do i and i write guidebooks i make. Tv shows. i lead tours and have great vacations. Going to portugal. So i i have to imagine after you publish to the back door self published for. I think the first edition came out in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty is that right. That's right I'm assuming that it was clear to you because you had you had established business right you. You called it europe to the back door a few years earlier you probably filed an llc. But i it's not clear to me that you thought this was still going to be the way you were gonna make a living up until one thousand nine hundred and would i buy filed anything. I'm kind of laughing at that. Because i was i was so klutzy i was just having fun teaching and selling books out of the back of my car when i had books to sell but i think back on it friends and loved ones and relatives. Give me these ideas in my gut responses. it's crazy. And then i think about it and it's actually a great idea and a good friend of my parents. Petty price said you should take bus tours around. And i just thought that sounds horrible and then i thought god is huge efficiency and sharing the rental cost of minibus. And i'd love to you know love to help organize people's trip plans at the table and the dormitory over lunch and i'd love to take people around europe on these minibus tours. And so i. I was giving these talks and it was very easy to talk. People who are enamored with me because of my finance stories. I could tell about traveling. They kind of natural they would. They'd be interested in traveling with me. If i made that possible and i did and there was no there was no promises. The minibus tours were is like a commune on wheels. It was it was not profitable except to cover my costs waking the over there longer and you know everybody had almost sign a little agreement. That says they wouldn't complain about the lousy accommodations. Who was so upfront. So you basically would you drive the bus. Yeah i drove. The bus was just. That was a beautiful four million people. Wanna get into the travel business and make some money. I say you know. I think the best thing is just to have a forte. Just you know you are. You know you are. Mr scandinavia. You are mr bajaur monsieur california and just do that specialty with eight people on a minibus and The economy of sharing of a vehicle with eight people is wonderful. The fact that you don't have to take care of a driver and a guide but the driver can be. The guide is wonderful and That's that was kind of my original formula there and this worked really well at the time i was. I would actually have a day. Where i would a announced my my minibus tour plans for the next year and i would give the talk i i would. I would say okay. I'm gonna explain the tours. And then i'll take deposits for the tours on that day and i'd have you know four or five tours that i would doing the minibus. I was always the guide and the driver and that night all those tours would before they would sell out there would sell out. That one was like what ten or twelve people per per tour. Eight people per tour news usually twenty two days spec then i only did twenty two day tours. I was on a one man crusade to help. Americans have a longer vacation of just amazed that we put up with such short vacations and so is twenty. Two days and britain twenty two days in germany austria switzerland It's funny because now you know forty years later it's evolved where that's way too long for the american market and the longest tour is twenty days in our best selling tours or ten or twelve days. So i'm trying to. I'm trying to picture this. I mean you are like inner late twenties. You're offering these minibus tours with a people and it's you're driving the minibus and you're the guide and you only speak english so i mean that's a lot to take on like you didn't have a local guide. Was he was just you. Oh yeah and. I didn't have the sophistication or the appreciation of a local guide or or the money for local guide so we were just bumbling around together. You know. I remember we the craziest things. We'd we'd go through the the. There's an oak forest where admiral nelson used to get his masters for his ships in southern wales. Forget the name of the forest of something very romantic and we would take turns sitting on top of the bus on the on the luggage rack and a couple of people up on the top of the luggage just so they could look at the oak forest as we rolled through it slowly every night. We'd in the youth hostel. We'd pull out the map in debate. We would actually debate what we're going to do the next day and this was a formative time for me as a tour organizer because again i was learning what the market wanted. I was learning how many how many hill towns can immortal tour find worth climbing up How donnas and children can immortal tourist be excited about After a while it doesn't matter if it's raphael's greatest. They're going to stay in the busing else because they're burned out on madonna's and children. It's interesting i remember This is this business kind of philosophy. I think of mine. I would have the handbooks for those tours laying around in my lectures and the handbooks were designed so people could be independent in the context of the tour that was. There's always this focused. Everybody got a handbook who joined. That's right yeah and time and time again. And i was so so impressed by honest mike mike. My students were in these classes. I gave i never checked. Id for checks when people were giving me any money for anything and and just didn't need to. They're just great people but they were stealing this book these books and i. I thought these two handbooks are driving decent people to theft. They need to be available for sale. So the next year sort of a radical thing to do. I put everything. I knew about doing the tour in the handbook for the tour intending to give people the information necessary. So they could do. The rick steves tour without rick steves. They could buy the book for five bucks and do it on their own and some people said. Oh you're giving away all your secrets. No it was a great thing because it turned people onto the tours and it opened up my teaching people that wouldn't take the tours anyway. And then i could stand in front of these groups of people who were taking my classes for free and say i don't care you can take my tour or you can buy this book and do al but just do it and do it right. When did you start to think of yourself as the real deal. Because i think a lot of people including myself have had an subtypes. Still have imposter syndrome. We we're like how do people listen to me. When did when did you start to thank god. I i'm not an expert. But we you kinda you kinda grow into it. Yeah i remember a big breakthrough for me. Was arthur frommer. I mean he was the granddaddy of all this. He's the guy that that that inspired the the democratization of of international travel. You know europe on five dollars a day right as classic book. Yeah and i was just a kid and I mean i must have been right after. I sell polish my book. And and he hadn't even know he knew who i was he. He had me fly all the way to new york and beyond his radio show and ours a tv show. I think maybe and He's he put his you know he kind of effectively. Put his arm around me. Said ladies and gentlemen. I'd like you to meet the next temple. Fielding eugene fodor and stephen birnbaum of the travel publishing world well those were the big household words in the fifties and sixties yielding guides for door guides birnbaum guides. And eventually me you would do. You would do your own. Like rick steves guides because you'd get a publisher and start publishing them. But i mean for a while. I guess you were. You were pretty much hawking that the.
"rick i" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Let me tell you something real quick. Rick, you girls cutting the check. You girl was on the road last year, fucking sweating in Tallahassee. I don't need to check in with man's to get permission by myself a frigging car. Also, what I realized is I'm the kind of person like I'm getting in the car and and some of these places corona not going on a test drive with you, which is actually kind of Nice but. But then one place you know the guy gets in the back scenes like you're kind of doing my job for me 'cause at this place. I, took my mom with being everybody's in the car. You're masked where the windows down. But like my mom needs if I'm going to buy your car, do she needs to know with the feel of the car. And this guy's like I'm telling my mom Schoener, the features like, okay. Mom Now, this is you know has apple carplay that is. You know she seventy seventy-two Bitch just needs an interface I want her to feel like it's her IPAD. She can you know press one button call Pam and fucking calls Pam, or she doesn't need this complicated bullshit. That's an all these cars. This guy literally at one point just goes man. You're kind of doing my job for me I mean, what do I need to be here for I'm like, yeah. What do you need to here for wreck? You do in the bare fuck and minimum. All of these guys are like Letitia Velde, none of them of brush their fucking hair I mean put a little fucking click click of some Davidov cool water Cologne at least if you're coming out, don't get in the car with me smell in like three day old axe body spray dry shampoo that shit. If you got to rick I, mean the misogyny that I have experienced with being at the car dealerships is fucking wild. Now, this kind rick was younger I'd say he's probably on the like forties, and then I went to another dealership where the guy was maybe in his late. Late. Fifties, he's a season core salesmen and this guy could not have done a deeper. I. Roll when I came in there now, I, don't throw around my weight in the sense of like who I am that I that I have followers, your engage predominantly female audience i. don't ever do that and it's so funny because he's older guys don't know who I am, but then I'll get one. But like the lady running the finance department come out, she's like, Oh, my God I can't believe you're fucking here. I. Love. You ask pleased by a Mazda or whatever. I, just couldn't believe it. I'm like play the fucking game. Mark. It's ladies night and I'm feeling right. But tomorrow I don't WanNa feel wrong and I might. If I wake up with a hangover, you don't. I'm talking about face down ass up on the couch like I'd away too many rum runners guess what you're going boy that by taking D. H. M. Detox, they've been great sponsor by cast and they're doing the Lord's work why you take two pills when you have your first drink and it's going to help your body breakdown. Breakdown the toxins that essentially gives us a hangover from alcohol. You know a lot of people think it's just because you haven't had enough fluids right now. It's because actually alcohol is poisonous to your body, and if you don't want to have the next day nausea, the brain fog that hangs -iety as they call it or fuck the headaches, kill me then take detox a uses science to help boost your body's natural response to alcohol and break down those taxes. So all. All, you gotTa do is just like take a little convenient packet. Put it in your purse. You know if you're social distancing in the backyard having a picnic, take a couple after a couple of glasses of wine and baby, you will be feeling good..
"rick i" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"The absolutely, not podcast where we do the most the at the same damn time I'm your host Heather McMahon. Hello, everybody. Welcome to the absolutely not gas and you're headed nickname. Hope, you're having a blessed wonderful beautiful day. You know I feel like we're in August, and I just keep staring outside my window. Kind of looking at the clouds go by as if it's the little particles of sand are falling down for each second each minute each moment to count the hands of time in an hour glass clock thing. It's not a clock. What is it? It's just an hourglass sand timer thing. y'All twenty twenty has made me so fucking stupid. I'm telling you right now. So fucking stupid I. can't form a sentence. I don't know where an half the time the brain fog is real. Again could be connected to my gut flora, which is a personal conversation. I can't stand when people were like, how is your gut health, how your gut health rick none of my fucking business. So anyways, we're here where in August I really can't believe we're in August. This is fucking wild lots going on I'm out pitching this show and listen I don't know if the fucking if I'm supposed to even fuck tell anybody this. You know it's putting the cart before the horse prime just transparent is fuck. Fuck with y'all lane. You know what I'm up to what? I'm doing I'm stressed out trying to sell the story of my life. You know all these huskies and networks dealing with a lot of Rick's, but then a lot of wonderful people. So I've been kind of in this passion project of really baring my soul on zoom calls all day, and you know how any of this shit goes. I've been working story for four years than it took a year with my writing partner and I to get it contracted through big production company in our team into the networks, and we we signed on a fabulous show runner Shana to Kathleen Georgia. She has a new coming out. She's our show runner. She has a show on Netflix coming out literally, I think next week called the teenage bounty hunter and it is so fucking funny and amazing, and she's incredible and I want to support other. Amazing. Bad Ass. Women Making Shit. Any entertainment industry because guess what we're not creeps. Let just like breakdown. What exactly like zoom pitches. Breakdown the story characters What's the motivation behind what these characters are trying to accomplish the Ark of the season. Yeti, Lia Bullshit Bullshit, and literally at the end of all of these pitches, I. Just WanNa. Say like an, hey, you should pick our show because we haven't molested anyone. You know what I mean. It's like all these male comics have gotten a GIG and it's like I'm not a fucking creep. By Shit? I'm great anyways I say that like I know that's fucked up. But that's literally what I wanted to say like, why should you buy our show guess white because I'm a nice person. And do my little tongue motion right now. and then just really take it to the next level, but shut out to Kathleen. She is incredible show coming out on Netflix's I'm so excited the trailers fucking sick and we need support other women making bad at andt. anyways, she's connected to our project, which is exciting. Cheddar. To my writing partner. Jin Zabriskie. Who's just the fucking shit and yeah. So that's were doing you up to date catching up to speed on what I'm doing I, sit at zoom in my closet and I fucking sweat all day and try to impress people, and here's the thing. This is an interesting segue because I love sales like me selling myself is my favorite fucking thing I have always known that I'm overly confident to a fault like I've gone out and outfits that I'm really just. Just trying to sell the world. My Mom's like you have a fucking severe camel toe. You should have not left the House and then outfit and I'm like, Hey, mom be the you today you WanNa. Be Tomorrow. Still my fucking favorite phrase if somebody didn't put on my doom zone, be the you today that you WanNa be tomorrow, and then it's like dot dot dot dead. I'll be pissed because that's fucking funny on Tim's up I. Have a lot of things I want on my tombstone, but be the you today that you WanNa. Be Tomorrow. which is dead is fucking Great, Oh, God. It's fucking great as the Segue is I love sales me going in and like selling in talking about myself and my passion project in creative and selling those ideas. Super fucking fun to me like I would have fucking three right in any kind of pharmaceutical sales situation, and that brings me to my car salesman situation. Now, here's the deal I'm in kind of keeping y'all for the ride. Literally as I've been searching for a new vehicle. Now mostly would be like Abbie figure out what they want I want the Land Rover I'm GonNa, go get it. We'll deal get a good deal. Walk out the door I haven't had A. A car really like I love my fuck in two thousand, fifteen jet and I had to give it to jeff to take back to New York. So he would have a car, and so I'm pissed like I, know what I like I've loved fuck and Jeddah I'd be like ludicrous who drove his gold Acura is ninety seven accurate to the wheels. fucking fall off. It's great. It's reliable. It's super comfortable. I got the souped up one beautiful sun roof like live the best life. But now that I have to basically start from scratch I'm like, okay. I. Worked my ass off the last year. I'm GonNa Upgrade to cross can get something like a nice low whip. But the more I start doing. You know my frigging research more. I'm like. Skin bamboozled. Then I started. Going to different car dealers because I'm like I, WanNa test drive some things I liked tight. The way a German car drives tight of had a BMW. You know we've had a Jaguar Porsche, all those things that level yet. So I've been out test driving getting a feel for something, and I'm really in the situation where I really needed by two cars going to upgrade my mom's VW, take one which we love. Love it, but it's just time to upgrade it and I'm GonNa get myself something. So it's two major purchases and I'm never really made that crazy purchase. Yet. I love to spin a fuck ton of money on vacations and you know I'm the kind of bitch will go to a restaurant and dropped five hundred zero on an appetizer just because I'm like, Oh, it's on the menu. Let's fucking get it bitches. Twice when it comes to an experience, but a car, I don't know why I'm just clenching my asshole. So fucking tight and being such a cheap bitch about it anyway though. But I really just needed to figure out what I WANNA drive like, what is fine? What do I want to invest my money in because it's not an investment? We all know the cars appreciate as soon as you drive off the lot. So I'm like I gotTa make sure that I like love this law, bad baby y'all. y'All I'm telling you when it comes to fuck and sales, I'd be the best fucking car salesman on the planet sales woman. Excuse me I'm in all of the places. Now, I've had some really great success with testing out some cars started that peanut butter is stuck in the back of my throat I note I, add some nut butter, look a scoop of almond butter before I started recording, and it is literally lodged in the back of my throat hormone as coffee break. Yes. Thank Praise Bay. Okay. So here's the situation I realized though the difference in having a woman, show you a car and test drive something with you and give you the rundown of like kind of all the features on a vehicle is night and day. It's so fucking different than getting some guy. Name Rick I'm not gonNA throw this car dealership under the bus, but I was at a car dealership last week and I'm looking at it and I'm about I'm like, okay. I. Think this might be what I want to purchase and Kind of check for quick fifty five, it's not like I'm getting a twenty, three, thousand, whatever I mean. It's all still a lot of money to me. I'm just being honest with you. I'm new money. So I'm just trying to hold onto it. I'm like, just take an uber, but I realized I need to get something this dude. Literally, I'm asking him, what's The you know? What's the safety rating was the five year warranty today. I'm coming in a mine and my PS and QS dot. My is crossing my tease and this guy goes. All right. Well, here's the paperwork great Let me know talk to your husband and figure out what you WANNA do. Literally, you could hear the tires on a fucking car. That's a Tokyo drift fast and furious..
"rick i" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"The songs ready. We have to find a way. That when the moment is right to make it, we can make it and I can think of very few times in my life where it hasn't worked out where at a time I might have been making five albums at the same time. back in the days when I'd have to go from studio to studio. It might be. We're doing overdubbed with this artist and I'm working on just vocals with another artist on a different album at at same time. Maybe I do noon to noon to three with one artist and three to six with another artist. That way or maybe I'm doing pre production with one and working on mixing with another, and it could be as many as four or five or six going on same times, not unusual because some of them could go on for years, you know. Game going. I work with engineers and each project usually try to have an engineer dedicated to that particular project. Okay, the TAG team partner. So and also I like to work in the old days. They used to work all night drive home. His son was coming up now modern early schedule, so I like that session. Start at like noon or one. And I like to be done by six now. That doesn't mean on strokes album which we just made recently just came out. Three weeks ago or something right? I would from. Noon to six. And then I would leave a list a to do list, so the band could go on working as late as midnight. If you know they banned could work as long as they want and have a list of things to do in addition to anything. They WANNA try on their own. And then the next morning I would come in. We review what happened the night before, and then we would start on the day's work. I try. And I've also by making a lot of albums of come to realize. When my voice is particularly helpful in the process and Sometimes, it's in pre production. It means a lot in the basic track. It means a lot getting the vocals that means a lot but many of the other times during overdose during Guitar Solos. I usually I trust the artist I. Let them do it. Then I might come in like with Tom Morello for doing on either of rage record an audio slave record. She'll do Solos on everything, and then and say you know those are all great, and this one's not as good like we got and then maybe. Redo this or if there's ever ones where it's like, let's work on this one together for some reason. If he if he can't crack the code on his own, then we'll do it together, but I i. don't like to hold an artist's hand I. Don't like to alternate if the artist feels like they've done everything themselves. That's the best feeling for me like. I don't want I. Don't want to. I don't want the process to be about me. Life lessons. WanNa Noli Life Lessons Rick Rubin. Don't make you about you and walk first thing in the morning. Don't want the process to be Agra for you..
"rick i" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Yeah with McCartney talked about making something has not yet happened, but you never know. I would be. Interested to see how that works. A major settled down into podcast world, and was it the allure of doing it with Malcolm glad well, and was hetland like why? Why is that now? Another Part Party your? Can give a small preface for this question, so I. Did you very first podcast? was that something like that? One of one of the first the pilot, but yeah you're you're in there. Okay I literally had no idea what I was walking into 'cause you know sometimes my business. Be just little bit Janke. So. I was I was on my way to studio thinking. I was doing ACCUA LS episode. ooh, because it was the same studio wherever we interviewed. Heather Hunter or that Jazz Studio that Steve Recommend. I got there and I was like Oh shit I'm here to do a less episode with Malcolm Glatt well. I was like wait. Where's where's the in everyone at and then I was like wait. Rick Rubin you're on this episode to and I just winged it about twenty minutes into it. I realized. Oh I'm here. I gotta read my emails better. I'm here to deny the interview. You've got to prepare for. Ryan Amir like being interviewed by at least those two, sometimes the seat. Would just freestyle and a podcastone having no. Clue what I'm there for and just getting lucky so when I did their episode I literally went to that building. Thinking it's a Malcolm. Glad well episode of course Love Supreme. Even want to Rick Rubin's face on the television thing because he did about monitor I was Hella confused I was like wait a minute?.
"rick i" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"What's left? Supreme is a production of IHEART radio. Gentlemen welcome to another episode of course left Supreme. Love. We're here today with a lie, you Steve. Pay Bill and fun TIKOLO. What I? Love I will say that our guest today is world renown. He's a world reducer. His words, not my words. Now reducer from establishing one of the greatest hip hop labels in history Def Jam. To working with all the greats from rats, pepper Tom Petty Their slayer, there is the whole is Kanye West, dixie chicks. There's Mick. Jagger Neil diamond is. The Roots I'm putting up here anyway only. Welcome the guru of music to quest supreme the one and only. Rick Rubin. Our show today. Finally. Are Are you currently right now? Rick I. Am Right now in Hawaii on lockdown. Is that's. Luck now. Do, you consider. Is that home for you, or is it just like okay? If I have to be on lockdown I'd rather be in this particular environment. We mainly live in Malibu and spend some time here. Usually in the winter and this year, the winter extended because of the lockdown. So seem like a better place to be on lockdown. Okay. Are you able to? Operate under your your sort of your creative guys at least. In! Or are always always in La. Toys R. IN LA? But we have a setup here. That's working working wealth. You have You have an extensive, so I was debating with myself whether or not to do the normal chronological thing, or should we just go? Kamikaze because there's so many stories I want to learn about. Your production, but I do want to know about your introduction to music first of all. Where were you born Long Beach Long Island Long Beach Long Island. Is is that where you're born on pay bill? No I was just born in Long Island shout-out loud. Okay right birds of a feather is. What was your very first record that you purchased? I remember buying I. Don't remember what was the first one, but I remember the experience.
"rick i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It's your best friend Rick I'm spending vacation working on a worldliness by ours after being openly mocked on your radio show Rick it was not mocking you those morning grants it also cannot rule his **** no I I you know you the care you can so not not Rick yeah yep Hey we will last those online right now to to be patient Jim Rooney is gonna join us there Jim's authored a new book entitled a different way to win it is about his dad Dan Rooney and the the leadership style of it the the mystery employed in some of the things that that he encountered during his illustrious career for happy to welcome Jim to the show Jim is Dave Logan Julie brown with good morning how you doing Dave Jill it's great to be with you I cannot roll my R's either well my partner who's off today Rick Lewis he he would love to hear that because he he cannot do that at all I lived in Chile and South America right after college for about two years on and off and it was embarrassing to be altar where that's important and I had no capability of saying certain words I I hear you for sure so when when did you come up with the idea how did how did you reprise this project because it it's certainly I've yet to read the book but it certainly looks like it's going to be a great read a different way to win about your dad right so I yeah we actually started the the you know the idea about the the Rooney rule which is the NFL's diversity was hiring policy we're just gonna do something for you maybe the Harvard Business Review or or you know a magazine like they are are at the business journal like that where where we talked about my father sort of work on that initiative and my father passed away and and commissioner tag with you know with the commissioner before Roger Goodell and I had a couple of meetings set up to talk about this project and he sort of encouraged me to you know tell more of his story and so we we got into the work he did at the in the NFL and I think Joe Ellis was was in in many of those meetings were my father was a lead negotiator for a labor a certainly Pat Bowlen of my father worked on a lot of things together they were very very close the work with the Steelers yeah the Steelers before you got to Cleveland the Steelers were pretty bad team and then you got there right when we we got pretty good to see how I think tried to do things since then and then that my father's work in Ireland and and when you get there so we we try to tell a story you know can you be a good person and win and and we try to show that you know their warts and fumbled along the way but I think over seventy years my father did a pretty good job at that I would I would completely agree with that what what was it like just in a in a concise way to be Dan Rooney's son to grow up at a time that that Dan was exerting his power after losing his dad in terms of the ownership of the Steelers but just to grow up in in that time period what was it like for you as a kid well it is harder to put that concisely because it was it was a special time and the I don't have a lot of really special people many you played probably within against and and great coaches and and I remember being at some of the NFL league meetings and and you know I remember John for the cowboys you know who are pretty good team in the seventies and as well and just saying yeah your father is really the guy that gets the important things done and DO just never forget that some from the cowboys would say something like that to me so yeah that kind of gave me a sign that that he was doing things right yes you know I read a couple things about your dad about he really wasn't for him to be a good person and when would you just alluded to how did you see him how's that tested for him I mean that you know big business sometimes make makes people act in different ways well it was you know it was he was he was always a test for him but he tested all the rest of us do you know if he would always say never make a decision based on money he said if if the decision making is based on money it's the wrong decision he said if you do things well you know if you if you concentrate on on your job your responsibilities the money you need will come and that was you know he he was at odds often with would be even important friends at the NFL he wants and I talk about this in the book and and you know Roger Goodell was someone he was very close with but he said I'm a Jersey wants to the Steelers Jersey but he had it looked like a NASCAR Jersey where you put your logos all over the Jersey and he said you know this is the direction in the league is headed we we shouldn't be going this way so you know there's always that that balance of of what we eat you gotta take care of your business but but he feels sometimes we we forget that we felt we forgot the game a little too often and maybe got a little too caught up in the money side we're talking with Jim Rooney Jim of course part of the Rooney family his dad Dan was the was the owner of the the Steelers for a long time inheriting that from his dad the Rooney family has been involved in the NFL in a in a class way for such a long time the the title of the new book is a different way to win I would think well let me just ask me when when when your dad was involved the ownership capacity after losing his dad I mean would you would you go to Steelers practices were you did you go I mean how how involved were you growing up in that particular kind of scenario with respect to interacting with the players or coaching older various members that Steelers organization right I ate you know whether it was a special time and and my father you know it was a job for all of us we we what we we've never were allowed to get autographs there were there were no cellphones and she did really take pictures but you never lie to get autographs but we all had to work as ball boys and you know pick up the the socks and jocks is is you know what sweat it out all the other stuff my father Giuliano was a was a smart guy because he had all the boys we worked in the locker room and all the girls work in the ticket office where the money was since he knew what he was doing you know I wanted to your dad did so many things but he really is up to a lot of people known as the creator of this the Rooney rule what do you think your dad would think about the Rooney rule today well so there's a couple things obviously going on this week but but first and foremost you know if you look at the early days of the role it really did change the whole conversation in corporate America about looking at diversity and diversity in the hiring process is is maybe the most critical points felt I think you change the conversation for all of us for the first fifteen years while he was alive and we're certainly a lot of people involved but but you know his advocacy really did drive numbers that were significant and then you had this did happen and that there's a whole lot of reasons for why we're only at four coaches and and to GM's but you know I know he would not think that was where we should be when we look at what's happened this week I think there was some progress on the process I know you've you've you now have two in the poll also so that all the data shows if you have more than one candidate in the poll your likelihood of of sort of the responding to unconscious biases blasts in and an exponentially last we've yeah we've gone to the assistant coaches which is important for the pipeline standpoint and then all the other jobs all the non football jobs you know there's women also included Joe Rooney will now is required when you do a a vice president of of communications accounting except try and and and that's not only for minorities but for women so I think we improve the process this week but yeah we'll see you know there's this process and then there's execution we gotta make sure folks are are executing if you're gonna make those changes Jim Rooney is our guest the title of the book a different way to win final question Jim as we sit here today on the twenty second of may as best your gut can identify what will the NFL season look like this fall well Dave you know we were we were sent a big member we're not allowed to speculate on that I think that you know they're gonna look at at youngest safety the players number one safety the staff number two yeah safety of our fans and and other public health consequences so smart people make those decisions and and I think they'll make the right one you know what I did not know you guys got the memo about not being able to speculate on that I I really did not and I'm not trying to get your fine because I know the living even though your last name's Rudy I know the league would find you if you if you stepped out of that deal exactly yeah Hey Dave yet another minute thank you I went to I went to a bark my brother RT the president's team and I went to a boarding school in Cleveland called Gilmour academy Sir and I think you were I think you were there right at the tail end and so there was an agent in Cleveland named ed Keating yes of course Browns players you have deep dive Doug deacon was his yeah one of his you know so I don't know if we ever ran into each other because his kids went to school with me but I'll be darned at yeah I I remember I remember the boarding school it ed Keating you know was it was iconic back in the day in terms of his representation of a variety variety of players so we probably did cross paths in in it then let me yet let me ask course what year was it when the terrible Powell came into existence because lord I hated those well it's funny you know because I because of because of Keating and and and deacon and and you guys I got to meet you guys as well I couldn't hate the Browns anymore because you guys were all such good do bless your heart bless your heart broke my heart yes you had plenty of people that went to three rivers that did however it exactly so Myron cope you know who did so in the seventies as you go into the nineties he invented it for the first playoff game I think I think.
"rick i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Can you do that you're sort of did it the recorded nobody's trying to make you feel inadequate Rick I know you make yourself feel and I know where you're going well thank I cannot do that I've never been able to practice that you're gonna come over tomorrow well it was like like twenty minutes we'll sit at the kitchen table I work with all right that would be good I would love to learn how to do it from the three oh three eight oh eight Dave they came from Japan Hornets don't even have the decency to die after stinging you so these things sting you and they live on like these job I just read where bees kill a hundred people a year it's a the murder Hornets they're not as prolific killers as the the bees I guess they kill fifty you said fifty a year to pay fifty okay mmhm Joshua is going from Bloomington Illinois another another rolling your **** comment hi Josh are you doing good I I I do just wanna make Rick still better in my family I can't roll my R's not built inadequate for years my my sister can but my mom can't quite yet yeah and then the Mike Manley my wife can I can't and one of my two kids can't but the other one can't thank you try to learn that I'm sorry no you don't learn it yeah I I took Spanish in high school for like three years and I said I just couldn't pick it up I couldn't I could not roll my R's well we were in Germany last year and I was so curious about it because rolling your RC German is important for the language I asco German lady about that much and would you do if you can't roll your **** she just laughed and said there's a lot of German to can't can't roll their R's bill still speak German so it's a genetic thing the other thing that's genetic the baby ties there's you know you can't I can't roll my tongue like a taco you know you stick your tongue out but to my family members can't so maybe it's tied to that you might check your family not you can roller tongue can realize tongue ical interesting yes so I guess I can do that you know what I just was told by mom tells the story of a course I don't know if it's true or not but she said when I was born I was tongue tied for real and so when I was crying the doctor noticed it and then clipped my tongue yeah I know anything underneath yeah because it I don't think they call it they call it something else whatever it is maybe that has something to do with that yeah I don't know maybe the doctor should have put that in that I could not I could **** like Bobby Boucher everybody's talking is naturally gluten okay what you're talking about the users we've we've been at this through a you know we we got the we look at it this way too long I mean sometimes it gets the best of us it it just does stick your tongue out Dave how long is it long enough things are getting weird how long are we ready for a vacation Dave I now I've done is I'm feeling she tried to make you feel in that area now she's already well I guess they're talking about good.
"rick i" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I'll let you go eighty six year on that team. Did you want the Lakers or did you just want to win the chip. You didn't care well. Everybody pretty assumed it was going to be the Lakers. Under forget I was in a restaurant watching game one of La Houston and the Korean. Got The ball inside. And he went up for Hooky got fouled. He scored and the camera the camera pans over to Jack. Nicholson and I could read. Nicholson's lifts he said ballgame and it just seemed like this is how it was going to go and then Houston got on a roll and beat them. I believe four consecutive games culminating in the play where you know. They allowed the ball to Samson and he ebb simultaneously caught it turned and one timed it in from whatever it was twelve fourteen feet and and all of a sudden it was us and them and they played well in the final series. We one in six people remember that series as a walkover walk over and it wasn't there was a couple of things that happen to believe in in game three that that allowed them to to wind game three and then get to game for you know with with only one game difference. I believe we won game four and then plus game five and then we went home in one game. Six game six was not close. You know that was all time Larry. Yeah that was you know that was just a a wild old in crazy Boston Garden and you know Houston was a team that was they were probably best described as an upstart star team. That got to that point. But they really weren't ready for that moment whereas makers certainly had a history in would've been but it Hey that was that year and it was an amazing run. It was an amazing group of guys. Like there's at least five hall of Tamers possibly six. If you count you know Wallenberg Mikhail Parish Dennis Johnson. Maybe only five and you know it was a brand of basketball. That was just absolutely beautiful to watch last. One couple of your old head veterans said I have to ask you this and I think they know the answer so there may be putting me in trouble spot here said ask rick why. He used his ankles before coaching games. We we don't played. I always take my ankles. And what a world what happened. What happened was it was a little bit of A? You know I let the players in on it metaphorically a little bit just to let as kind of a symbol of a wrapping up and getting ready to go here you know but the truth was I. I think I had some new shoes and I have very long narrow feet and so when I get a pair of shoes the break in period was sometimes a little longer than normal and my heels. Would sometimes blister up so I would applied elastic tape. You know so that my my heels wouldn't wouldn't get shredded and so that's that's inside scoop on that and you know fortunately now I've I've found a shoe company that makes us at a pretty softening. I put them on. And that's that saved the team a lot of expense on tape. Look at that you guys shoes you got a room full amount and do your hotel good stuff. Rick Carlisle Good luck. It's going to be a really interesting seem to really interesting team and it's been fun to watch over the years and it's it's really appreciate that you took some time to come on the pleasures okay..
"rick i" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Wins dot com and Rick I see eyes light up I know what you think and you're already thinking ahead you know about the big three at all that's coming up about a ton no doubt about it but I just want to make one more point before we go into that you know Sunday week released on a recorded message last week ladies and gentlemen week number for the NFL the scenes on Sunday night anybody who called the freeway caught one last week whatever goody teddy providing look yep Saturday and Sunday got the New Orleans Saints and that was another proto typical example of a line shifting all throughout the week now everybody we know was bitten on the cowboys in that game and you know what you're looking at it on paper you've got the cowboys three and put not ridiculous numbers on the ground in the air Prescott's look fantastic Ezekiel Elliott's running it down everyone's throat the defense has been playing I'm telling everyone talked to Dallas was going to go into the dome and the light it up and it just wasn't the case we saw the line coming down on that game even though all the public money was coming in on the cowboys and that's because the deeper I looked the more I saw all the sharp money out there the big institutional bats in fact it was more money placed on the saints than it was on the cowboys and that's rightfully so because let's face it was the right side of the game and anyone that actually knows what they're doing guys like me and you we made a fortune a boat load on that match up and guys this is again like you said a proto typical type of game that we were able to find the inside lane on the line and no we were on the right side from beginning to end most people wouldn't do it because teddy Bridgewater just wasn't enough out there to know whether or not he was going to be able to handle things and let's face it managed the game well the defense played great you have the running game was you know in in full shot I mean a kid acres looks fantastic what's going on it does game and how great would it have been for a lot of people out there the last week we also talk about the top four teams in the league with New England Dallas the rams in Kansas city all had winning records against the spread and they went all one for last Sunday so people needed the scenes on Sunday night to bail themselves out guys listen just get involved with the program right now because you can rely on J. R. when it comes to the Sunday night game especially the Sunday and Monday night games we have all week to track the lines and without resources believe me we are razor sharp when it comes to reverse one movements just like that New Orleans Saints game you got free on the recorded message last week call right now to get this goal key release free of charge Joe once again the number.
"rick i" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Wins dot com and Rick I see eyes light up I know what you're thinking you're already thinking ahead you know about the big three at all that's coming up. about a ton. no doubt about it but I just want to make one more point before we go into that you know Sunday week released on a recorded message last week ladies and gentlemen week number for the NFL the scenes on Sunday night anybody who called the freeway caught one last week whatever goody teddy provided a look yep Saturday and Sunday got the New Orleans Saints and that was another proto typical example of a line shifting all throughout the week now everybody we know was bitten on the cowboys in that game and you know what you're looking at it on paper you've got the cowboys three and put not ridiculous numbers on the ground in the air Prescott's look fit and tastic Egill Ellie it's running it down everyone's throat the defense has been playing I'm telling everyone took the Dallas was going to go into the dome and the light it up and it just wasn't the case we saw the line coming down on that game even though all the public money was coming in on the cowboys and that's because the deeper I looked the more I saw all the sharp money out there the big institutional bats in fact it was more money placed all the saints than it was on the cowboys and that's rightfully so because let's face it was the right side of the game and anyone that actually knows what they're doing guys like me and you we made a fortune a boat load on that match up and guys this is again like you said a proto typical type of game that we were able to find the inside lane on the line and no we were on the right side from beginning to end most people wouldn't do it because teddy Bridgewater just wasn't enough out there to know whether or not he was going to be able to handle things and let's face it managed the game well the defense played great you have the running game was you know in in full shot I mean a kid acres looks fantastic what's going on it does a great game and how great would it have been for a lot of people out there you know last week we also talk about the top four teams in the league with New England Dallas the rams in Kansas city all had winning records against the spread and they went all one for last Sunday so people needed the scenes on Sunday night to bail themselves out guys with. just get involve with the program right now because you can rely on J. R. when it comes to the Sunday night game especially the Sunday or Monday night games we have all week to track the lines and without resources believe me we are razor sharp when it comes to reverse one movements just like that New Orleans singing you got free on the recorded message last week call right now to get this goal key release free.
"rick i" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"Rick i was reading her bell always right there just publish a story about a trip that the washington redskins cheerleaders were required to take to costa rica in two thousand thirteen they were taking pictures for a cheerleader calendar and then the writer says that the cheerleaders told her that they were required to be topless and there were all male sponsors from different people that were sponsoring the event and they were allowed to be quote up close and access the photo shoots and then one night of the trip there were thirty six cheerleaders according to these women the squad's director told nine of the women that they had been picked to be personal escorts at a nightclub to go out with the sponsors the trip didn't involve sex but when this was announced some of the girls started to cry now the redskins cheerleader director says that none of this is true but the cheerleaders say that it's true it's a she said she said situation apparently some of the girls left the squad when they got back because they were so upset and so they were saying that they didn't feel safe because they were on the squad sunday felt like they were supposed to be protected and then they were putting these really really uncomfortable situation step up new york times is basically put a link on their website said hey if you're a freshman cheerleader they can you could submit information they're gathering these stories in vetting them before they publish them this is exactly what happens they wanted an exotic location for their calendar shoot they went down there and we've all seen the quote unquote tasteful topless pictures where you can't see anything in the photograph but in between the photograph everybody sees everything and self these sponsors redskins sponsors were able to sit in on a photo shoot that's absolutely ridiculous and then the article says that the men handpicked for told the organizers which cheerleader they wanted at the club event and so even though it wasn't sexual in nature they still like my favorite cheerleader is susan i want susan to be escorting me to this sanctioned event it's ridiculous and on top of that one detail that is found crazing the story the the organisers nfl team said we're not gonna pay you for this but you get free airfare and free food at the at the.
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"Rick i i'm reading from the study here stay with me okay so you in the audience i'm worried about you today i know y'all encouraging okay males who shared meet with females their percentage of mating rate went up almost two times those that did not they doubled whereas the females who had difficulty obtaining meet on their own increase their caloric intake without suffering the energetic cost and potential risk of injury related to hunting just like women they're like oh sure i could go out there and round up my own steak dinner and pay for it myself but what a hassle why why not get a do to take care of that for me and that's what the female chancellor going you know what we're out there hunting to and having to round up all these monkey arms and legs i like it better than the guys golf and pull that off they come back they give us a steak dinner and you know what we thank hey we thank them it works the meat for love hypothesis is a plausible explanation for male female meet sharing in the species as chimpanzees are highly frisky they have a certain degree of female choice in hunters can usually control the sharing of their catch according to the report that was published online males now follow this were more likely to share their food with females whose bodies showed they were in a fertile period so they even knew which wants to take the state and there was one was in heat it's right go ahead continue it can continue rick we also see this same phenomenon in the human species yes you know this does explain something though i was actually taking my wife out for a steak dinner the other night.
"rick i" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Had your car stolen have you ever had your vehicle stolen truck car whatever the case may be i don't mean property talking about car that you drive in and what was it like if you got it back was it awkward was a disconcerting did it feel strained i've never had my car stolen but i know rick i would feel not vulnerable but i would be like if someone broke into my house which i'm not aware of happening either knock on wood but you do feel yeah violated was the term i was gonna see abused burglarized twice in the lower forty eight not fun had a car burglarize never had it stolen there's been a couple i wanted someone to steal and they did yeah that's right that was my first and second the same i had someone lift my tires all four my tires and put my my member you asked what was my coolest car mustang i said gt five point yeah that's why i go with crappy rims i liked him but it just it was like gain eight hundred twenty it's it's mind boggling.
"rick i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Jeff leopard get enough credit for how they stood by you when you had your accident and joe had a recent quote recently about the acd situation which i'm sure you heard the kind of racism news about saying hey you know and i said this myself right after the ecdc thing happen i am was on the air and i said wait a minute a hearing issue and he's gone already like this is a guy that gave you thirty two years of back and black and i remember rick i said this on the argo for god's sakes death leopard had a drummer that lost an arm and they stuck with him and he still in the band how do you so let's talk a little bit about your thoughts about that about what joe referencing that recently but even at the time of the accident which was what eighty four the was there any any fiber in your mind recovering from that that hey i'm just i could still be the drummer deflected for the next here we are thirty some odd year well when it when it first came round a it was horrible un i thought it was all over an just did did the the amazing love and encouragement that i go from my family an dumb an radi the guys in the band as well and then just hundreds of thousands of lives from all over the world um it was classy because they never once put pressure on me to make a decision whether i wanted to do this o'neal it was like will come on and you know times up what it what are you gonna do nobody ever gave me the ultimatum and i think that was the part of it the ridi drew me by king because it was on my terms where they they they allowed me to just you know discount of integrate what had just happened to me was pretty major it you know and they're at and then and then radi uh make the decision myself whether this was something that already won.
"rick i" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"That what whatever he did didn't resonate in his mind it it it didn't did didn't fit he there was nothing he could drink it away even even if he did something for charity wouldn't make would make good i can a facebook message from rick i asked the question if you considered suicide what was it that brought you back from it wave you've if you walked right up to that edge and thought about doing it what was it that brought you back why did you choose to not go through it i all the answers are great by the way uh rick gets me on facebook says i pictured my mom sitting up my funeral and how devastated sheep field i like that answer because it kept rick alive joey three three six thirty seven hundred if you've considered taking your own life what was it that went through your mind at made you decide to not because there are others who need to hear that shelman live and local seventy warning if you're drowning in debt you can't afford do not look the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you to.