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"rob jones" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

06:07 min | 8 months ago

"rob jones" Discussed on The HT Guys

"All right. So our next email last emails from Stan and you know I remember the. Not Story. But the con- the subject matter from back. In College I was taking a class called communications ten at UCLA. More Hall. It was five hundred people and for whatever reason I remember this exact subject. So anyway, paramount consent decree could change the movie exhibition business and so there's a ruling that says They are now allowing studios to own movie theaters and that in the forty s there was a antitrust suit that went on and it didn't allow they had to divest. So if you want to watch a paramount movie, you watched it in a paramount movie theater, and if you wanted to watch you know MGM I. Think GM came into it later but there were other. Warner brothers or something like that. They own their own movie theaters and they own the distribution and the production. So that was deemed a monopoly because they could control how much you ended up paying for the movies. If you know paramount had a blockbuster in the only place you could see it was in their theaters, it really. You know I I guess they were allowed to price gouge. Okay. So then they had this thing where they had to divest and I remember United Artists they kept the name for United Artists for the movie theaters and the distribution and. And they sold that off but they sold it off with the name, and then the studio was still producing movies, but under a different name and eventually that the studio got bought by GM. So the bottom line is they're doing away with all this because the covid nineteen and allowing. Customers to watch movies in there you know sorry allowing movie studios they have their own theaters and one of the reasons they said is because now you have this digital streaming technology. So studios now just stream their content they don't even need to have a movie theater and I don't get why they eliminated the consent decree but I do see where the theaters are just becoming less important and there's not as much money there. So I I don't know maybe they're thinking this might save the theaters. but the studios would end up buying them instead of going to a regal cinema. Disney cinema I I don't understand that but That's kind of where we're going with this leveling to the article I probably butchered it but. That's kind of what was going on. Yeah, it brings up some very interesting questions about the future of movie theaters. If that's the case because theatre owners and operators can't you know make it happen because of people aren't going out, do the pandemic and and fears of getting sick and all that. You know even as soon as they they open it back up again in the let the theaters you know have a audiences in place The problem with the theatres right now is at the studios take a massive percentage of the gate. When the movies are popular, they take up to eighty percent I think in some cases when the movies are popular and then the theatre. Owners only to keep a large percentage of that as the movie sort of wanes in popularity. But if the studio the WHO's taken, all the money is the theater owner they're basically getting at all, which means that they could do away with all the crazy stuff that they have to do for concessions, which is where the theaters make all their money. They could streamline the whole operation. and. They could give you a movie theater experience. That's much more. I guess appetizing for people because you know it. In you get out, you watch your movie in the theater basically the theater owner being the studio. It's all gravy for them and they don't need to do all those other things around it and show commercials in the movies and everything else. But at the same time, like you were talking about, you know when paramount or Warner Brothers or whatever owned the theaters, you would see the paramount movies in the paramount theaters and not the warner brothers movies with that mean that they would try to find a way to show each other's movies so they could make money on the other studios. Movies or would you end up having to go to Disney theater to watch marvel movies, Star Wars movies but you couldn't see you know I. Don't know Columbia or brothers movies in those theatres seems like there's a lot that would have to figure get figured out. But the idea that you know it's not being stopped any more at least allows business models to pop up funded by the theater or the the movie studio. So I think it's kind of a cool idea as long as it doesn't get away with us being able to stream day and date I'm a fan of it. Yeah good talking about. Washing Warner brother movie in a Disney theater. I don't know that they'd WanNa. Do that because now you have to work out. Okay. What percentage of the gate receipt do you get in unless they make it like reciprocal? Say Okay it's fifty fifty. So you can show the Disney movies we get half you get half we'll show the paramount movies you get half we get half then it's almost like what's the point? What's the advantage to the studio to do that? Because as you said, they're already getting eighty percent during the most critical weeks of the movie and then towards the tailing parts of the run the movie run then the studio started getting more but sorry, the theater. started getting more but in the in the meantime, they were making a fortune on the concessions as you said, so I don't know how that works and think about how it would also make it a little bit more disjointed. Now, if you WanNa Watch any movie, you go to your your cinema plex right and they have Disney, they have marvel whatever it is that they're both Disney actually have Disney they got warner brothers it's all available one spot now let's say family wants to go and say, okay, the kids you're going go watch that mom and dad are going to watch this. Now you might have to physically go to two different cedars..

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"rob jones" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Thanks so much come in the showman. They happy to be here. Thanks for the opportunity. Yeah I'm excited to To have you on and yeah I know you have a very interesting story. There's so many different things you've done in your life. I mean I'm going through your bio here and there's like twenty different things you currently doing or have done just in the past few years. It's very interesting uh-huh and why don't we pick it up from your time in the Marine Corps. We'll start there and then just kind of take it from that point forward. Yeah sure I joined the Marine Corps in two thousand six during my junior year. Virginia Tech was after I read the book of Brotherhood of Heroes About the battle of pay Lou and my original plan was to Joined the reserves after my junior year Finished my last year. Virginia Tech and then apply to go to OCS in the Marine Corps. And I did that. I finished my last year finished Virginia Tech and then but before I got a chance to go to. OCS Or apply even even my reserve unit was sending a volunteer between into Iraq. So I volunteered for that deployment in Iraq arrack my My job was combat engineer. And so what we were doing primarily there was building Iraqi police stations in also so going out and finding a buried weapons caches in we kind of work. Is You know we'd get intelligence tip from a local Iraqi and and they'd say you know over there there's a very weapons cash so we patrol out there in. The imagery guys would set up security for me another engineer and we would to sweep the area with our metal detectors until we either found. Whatever was there or we were satisfied? There wasn't anything thereafter all. And so we did that for seven months and in came back and before I knew it Or pretty much by the time we got back. My my company was sending Another platoon volunteer between Dr Ghanistan Where volunteered again? And so that's kind of where things get get Interesting yeah so what what ended up happening that one fateful eight full day. Can you walk us through De Particular Day in the events surrounding it. Yes sure so Like I said I was accommodated near and so part of that A role is historically has been placing and clearing minefields and so we get training with metal mine detectors metal detectors actors are for that role And so when the Taliban and al Qaeda started using IUD's the kind of naturally fell to us to be the ones that go out and do these kind of route.

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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Interwebs CBS on twitter instagram and on demand frozen Bouc heck was that Charles I am at Jock Rob Jones Okay so rob Jones for Congress Dot Com facebook is at Rob Jones for Congress. Twitter is at Rob Jones. Va Right as in Virginia Virginia cracked it was owed PVA in Ramadi News. Oh PVA is Virginia Okay but you could have thought it was the VA yeah exactly I wanted to make it Rob Jones for Congress but they don't allow it to be that long for twitter so we had to short got it Instagram Rob Jones for Congress Youtube Rob Jones for Congress Echo or anything else. Thank you for coming again rob any final thoughts. Yeah you know I've I've been lucky enough. There've been kind of three main influences in my life external influences Marine Marine Corps Jim Jones which may we can talk about some days well. I had a big impact me at the right time. Finally you you know trim ownership Jaakko Echo you know the podcast and everything and I've been lucky enough to not only interact with all all three of those become a part of all three of those befriend. You know all three of those you know I'm just I'm just remained incredibly grateful. Oh that I've had these opportunities so thanks for having me on again looking forward to the next time already well as you can imagine the door's always open anytime you wanna come on just knowing you hear your story. Get to see the way that you operate now in the world. I throw that out there. He's an inspiration urine an inspiration bro. I mean the fact of what you've done what you continue to do. It's awesome and it's all it's you might think it's cool to be here. It's even cooler for us for me to have you here and hang out and get get to talk to you and hang out with you so thank you for coming back more important. Thanks for for the service and sacrifice that you've made for our country and that you continue to make and what you're going to make in the future you are. You're a leader you are a warrior and thank you and to the rest of our warriors out there that are face to face this with the forces of darkness in the world. Thanks to you all and to your families for your service and your sacrifice in here at home thanks to you are police and our law enforcement and our firefighters and paramedics are. EMT's and our dispatchers are correctional officers and our border patrol and and our ice agents in our secret service and all the first responders out there. Thank you for protecting us here at home and everyone everyone else. That's out there. If you think you've kind of you think you Kinda maxed out on what you can do if you think maybe it's time to back off the gas pedal a little bit and relax. If you think you've given everything thing that you can give right now well while you're thinking that once you take a moment and think about Rob Jones think about Rob.

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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Shirts. Let's face it when and you see someone representing the Good but yeah you get free T. shirts hoodies lightweight and heavyweight heavyweight hoodies trucker hat or flex fit rubbed Jones. What is a flex fit? The one that fits inflict the fitted finished caps. They're fitted but they stretch the truckers bro. Yeah I'd have to go to rutgers but not by a wide margin. Apparently there's certain instances where the flex might be better right. You're Ralph outside. You're going to be sweating a lot but we're not against Saas both had to choose one. It was very political answer. Mr Congressman take one of the rest of my life there. We go thank you. Here's the thing I don't wear hats at all anymore to speeding in this debate branca's when I used to wear hats what made you stop. I don't know I think he was like get hot. In the Sun. Yes then you don't wear at written because no no lack of hat lack of preparation for the hat hottest scenario good. I have a hat with me everywhere. I go I. I don't wear it all the time because I'm not one of those guys what guys the guys who dig it I don't think about it if ahead is it hot out on think about it for whatever reason but nonetheless okay we got a boat. That's that's the Good News Rob Jones. We have both feet and get a good thing. Yes yes Sir Yep. You're one hundred percent wrong and I am one hundred percent better. If you don't like truckers at your evil the communist Joplin store Dot Com yes for you communist or otherwise you know whatever Joe Communists no communists allowed no yeah but coming. This won't represent like that anyway seems saying so they're gonNA. They'RE GONNA they're gonNA scroll cool. Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast which apparently you haven't done yet. According to Echo Charles you've listened two hundred hundred whatever podcast you didn't subscribe according to Echo Charles so he says you should subscribe if you want if you want in there so it's like does that mean thank you don't have to this optional really at the end of the day also where he kid bought guests subscribed to Alan my daughter what are the question for Uncle Jake by the way told her last night that Uncle Jake recommended strongly that she just call him on facetime or whatever since she has direct direct line she felt real good. I sat her video today by the way yeah yeah. She sent me a video. I okay from Sarah Charles's okay cool. She's bringing where the where your kid to school cool yet show and tell you yes it is nice. She sent me a little video this book into school thing and then she was telling me a little bit about the book and then I said Hey because she she says she said there's even a picture of you on the back and I informed her that her dad took that picture Echo Charleston. It's really the meat of that book. Is that that photograph that yeah. That's what I thought a lot of people and I guess there's some cool lessons or whatever but yes you are right that picture you podcast where we are in the process of recording a couple right now which is good. I have a story in my brain rain for the Uncle Jake story so we're getting there. It's a warrior could podcast subscribe to that and also don't forget about warrior kids soap. We Got Aidan up in central California. Speaking of farming farming lives on a farm and so it's awesome it is it's it is very much so just totally legit so go to Irish oaks ranch dot com in that way you can stay clean also youtube channel. We do gentle fishery. A Rob Jones has a rob has rob Jones for Congress Youtube channels forget about that cool videos up there. That's another way to or like what kind of video so far the only anyone no explosion done. Don't worry we'll. There's a real life explosion and then stores the actual is that you set off now. No no I was GONNA say we set it up. Hold that is stepped honoring their cameras out during those situation uh-huh there's people that had footage of everything like some some guys put cameras on the rifle camera the rifles on their helmets. There's videos everything nowadays I mean when when we had ron sure on here who day like assaulted this hill and he's a medal of honor recipient they'll almost the whole thing is on video. It's on Youtube you can watch it and you watch it and as bad as it sounds when you read about it as bad as the situation sounds when you read about like I'm thinking man. This sounds absolutely horrible. You Watch video and you go. Oh my God I mean I was. I was laughing about it with these guys. Get out the valley. It's not even valley. It's just it's a it's a it's a ravine. No it's a IT'S A it's a canyon yeah they get out at the bottom of the Canyon assault up a hill a frigging giant reinforced castle out of prehistoric medieval movie and that's why they did they didn't make it all the way up because it was an impossible task but yes there is but that's why when you said Oh there's exposed. I remember watching that video yesterday but yeah not the explosion explosion the explosion but what as far as like videos or whatever like I'm GonNa Subscribe Must Mash the button all that stuff would What am I going to be watching? You're going to be watching stuff like that. You get mostly. The videos that we're going to be doing is just getting people to know who I am. What I'm about so there might might be some personal stuff on there where I'm going around the district and kind of talking about Oh you know this is where I went to elementary school? this is where I used to go hiking on the Appalachian trail and stuff stuff like that so just getting people to know what I'm all about as a person so yeah. There's going to be a lot of that stuff. If you need footage from the podcast ask you could take little clips of your statements and stuff. Let go. No you know you could what edit some of those yeah definitely do that but yes we. We do have our youtube channel talk podcast. You Interested in what Rob Jones looks like if you don't know already which I will be sorely disappointed. If you WANNA know man eh psychological warfare. It's a bunch of me in little short recordings about how the decision that you're about to make which is the wrong decision. The you know and you need a little something to get you to make the right decision psychological warfare. We'll get it done for you. Just press play on your smartphone device and you will literally make the right decision yeah what that does really. I know literally overused for us but I'm seeing you will literally make the right decision. It makes sense because it's you talking about them almost making a short term thing thing that we covered on machete season win the first thing that when a revolution happens they take over the radio stations because they want to get right into the thoughts of the people no. You don't have to read it. You don't interpret anything. It's going into your brain. It's words that's a psychological warfare. It's going right into your brain yet but words are saying hey right now. You're about to make short term play play. Let's just shuffle that over to the long-term. That's all we're going to do to make that decision but instead of short term the long term that's all we can do right now in the abortion well. That's what we're GonNa do and then you go do it. That's what it does effectively by the way yeah yes you do that. You can put secure the dot your ever heard a cure the dawn a cure the dona because you could just listen to the tracks sure eight-minute tracks. It's what's a music in the background talking that weird. No People Yeah I. I like music in the back of talking. I like that that's what the good video is and people love. That did all the music. A lot of people think it's maybe what's get said but most people think the video w cool you've told me a lot yeah. I'm one of those people but you know hey. Let's all all right. 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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"That I can be I have the JJ tie buckle attributes to be a person that can go to Congress and and how a positive effect on I'm not going to do it all by myself? I'm not going to go in there and be the one person that saves the world or anything but I I do think that I can start taking back in that that other direction you know get within Crenshaw renshaw get with Brian Masse inform. These you know these coalitions that we can start having a positive effect on on the way things are going in Congress so there's a couple of different ways that people can help they. Can you know there's volunteering. If you do live in my district you can volunteer you. Can we will need people to go out. Knock on doors and pass out stuff and make phone calls and that kind of thing eventually you can just tell people spread the word about you know who I am and that I'm running but I think the the way that people can have the greatest impact is what we were talking about before the fundraising you know if I could. I hate asking for money and if I could fund this whole thing myself if I had millions of dollars than I would but you know I'm I'm from humble means. I don't don't I simply don't have you know I don't have the money on myself. Your Wife's run the farm right now right. Yeah Pam's run in the farm and so guys selling. Are you selling selling food or you guys. PSA goes down to the farmer's market every Saturday and she sells vegetables and she'll be selling eggs soon so yeah we're how many chickens we got forty we started getting. They just started laying eggs so we're we're starting to get like seven eight. I only eat five every day so I can't keep up with them. We're GONNA start selling eggs and then so yeah. The farm has really taken offer Pam and she's obviously she's incredibly supportive of what I'm doing and I wouldn't. It'd be doing it without her support. yeah so we're we're. We're a humble family and you know it simply. Don't have the money and we are talking. My the you know the the current representative. She's raised over a million dollars already just this year because he has those apparatus in place and she's the incumbent so she gets a lot of support so we are talking about that kind of dollar sign where a cost millions of dollars to buy the advertising on the TV Levi on facebook on instagram on twitter and all these different places by the road signs by the flyers buy cars all these things that takes millions and millions of dollars so if everybody that listens to this podcast if you know a lot of people write in questions saying when is is Joe Jaakko when Leith GonNa Start running for office you know everybody asked that and listened the hard fact is Jacko's not running for office he leading in a different way in just just as important way leading in society and in business too and so he's not running for office in life isn't running for office either but so this is your opportunity here. You've heard what I think I've been on the podcast three times of read the books I'm on board with the extreme ownership mentality and the attitude so this is an opportunity opportunity for people that want to see somebody that has bought into this in Congress. This is your opportunity to help make that happen and so if you want to donate go to Rob Jones for Congress dot com slash donate and even if it's a dollar ten dollars whatever you do you still get around in a million download the podcast so let's say a million people donate a dollar. That's a million bucks at is huge that puts me way way way far ahead in the game and the game yeah and so that's the best way and you know do it now. As you're listening to this. Just get on your phone and do it right now. It's it's pretty quick. Don't make me like be like my my friend frank after after chase him three times frank you know don't be frank and do it now and if you really can't do it now set you know send your cell phone notification that you remember or call Your Wife Syndrome voicemail and say hey reminded me to donate when I get home so do you know take ownership of that as well and so this is your opportunity so that's the that's the best way and that's the way that people can help the most something I noticed yesterday that you have so you had your facebook twitter your instagram and your youtube and your old one used to be called Rob Rob Jones Journey Yeah Yeah right now that is gone now. That's still there. Now you have Rob Jones for Congress in on Facebook you out at Rob Jones via on twitter and in Rob Jones for Congress on the Graham. The grads Charles Calls so the reason that I'm trying to keep Rob Jones journey the and the political stuff separate because I know the people that follow me on Rob Jones Journey. Don't necessarily WANNA see political stuff all the time some trying to keep those two things separate so that's why I have the different handles else for you know for this project and yeah interesting call. I don't agree with it yeah. Definitely you know it'd be. It'd be a bonus to have the eight eight thousand instagram followers that have all getting my political stuff but I can't do. I kind of want to make sure that I maintain that that separation yeah so that's another things just follow Rob Jones. Follow me on all these things super smash the follow button sure awesome man well. That's that's like that's what we gotTA. Do you gotta give you some support and get you the funds that you need to make this happen. Yes and yeah like I said I asked for money but it's the unfortunate part. It's the way the system works right now. Is the game works. It's the way you play the game and we play to win all right echo. Yes Rob Rob here. Obviously he's on the path on multiple ways. Is there anything that we need. We do kind of get on the path over here. I bring up a few more things like just a couple of funny things. At the end now there were no support weren't supports mode. Okay my first thing. This is directed directly at Echo Charles sure you know how you guys were talking. You were doing the The the Marine Corps you know grading system for everybody. What was the seventy four eminently qualified below that what was the one below owed lose? Well Yeah School Anyway. I'm sure a lot of people have this problem where I'll be listened to the podcast and you guys will be talking about something and I want to cut into the podcast go. Oh here's something funny that I could say so. I'm sure a lot of people have that problem and the vast the majority of the time I'm listening to the Pike as when I'm working out or driving in the car or something so I can't write it down but this one stuck in my mind and so it was when ECO trials he was talking about and he said the expertly qualified Mario Player is the is the the mad person that can go through the entire Super Mario game with one guy working on by the way without warping and I just wanted to bring up that the eminently qualified Super Mario Brothers player would be the people that can do the whole game one guy in less than four minutes witches the world record yes so that's a good thought but when you don't be rob any money forget it triggers. I'M NOT GONNA. I'M NOT GONNA disagree all agree but with additional stuff so I wouldn't say that would be the standard because you can go okay. I can go for time for sure or I could go for points. Get all the coins Hussein then you could go. I can go for for time and coins or time and so because if you just go for coins you're not killing everybody. If you went for timing coins yeah same yeah yeah but if you went for time in points you're going for coins killing everybody as fast as you can. Well point assume saying and maybe we'll let the let the listeners decide and the thing is I know that because I've tried that for the time and I remember you know I didn't do. It did not break the record but I do you remember hey. I didn't kill anybody I skipped so many coins which I usually get because they care about how many men and seems seeing one hundred coins. Get an extra man. How can I say I don't really I? I don't know how this ties in one hundred percent but it does tie in some percent so when we would be when I first got in the teams we would do shooting competitions and you'd have to run to this spot shoot here shoot these number of targets run two different spot throw the put on a rucksack dragged whatever you do this stuff and then he shoot more targets and and if you miss the targeting certain deduction right and there would be somebody that would just go you know what they would figure it out in their head that the shooting didn't really if the person didn't set up the course correctly I could just run through this thing just don't browns and with that is one hundred percent and alien and then everyone would look at that guy that did that and just think loser just not eat too just hey. I'm just GONNA I'm GonNa win the technicality of this game but without without really truly encompassing the spirit or embracing the spirit of the game so that would almost be like if you did that you were GonNa get a shunned yes from the group yeah condition. It doesn't have that spirit of like killing everything you do kind of because you have to or whatever so I get the time thing and four minutes. I don't think you could do all thirty two levels informant glitches in the game kissing that's defeating the dispirit yeah yeah so we're all we're kind of on the level level than right yeah we are fully and so I guess and I kind of get to like okay. You're just going to run through the course throw rounds down range and you don't care but you're going to win right. You could save the best save the Princess Look at it and say you know what Hey I won. Whatever the Prince Yeah but then we get back to where we were talking about earlier? Are you really GonNa Throw Your Morals Charles out the window. Just get their W. just to get the world record Laurie. My recommendation is no. Don't do that okay you. You play the game correctly. Yes my recognize okay so our debts off point that point number one okay the next one is a story and I found it to be interesting but stop. Stop me if you've already heard it and there's a story about an African American boy when Washington was was crossing the Delaware see it's come across the Delaware on Christmas Day and they were the an African American man and an African American son and he the man man wanted to join the army to help general Washington and the boy wanted to fight as well but he was too young is about eleven general said you're you're too young but what you can do so for us. You can stay back here on this side of the river and you can mind the horses and you can hold this. You can make sure that this lantern stays light to to be it so that we know where we can go the guide us back after the after we win the battle and that night they they went in they they won the battle. It was freezing cold night and that little boy they came back he had frozen to death but the lantern was still lit and that little boy's name name Jaakko oh so that's your that before you know. I don't know I hadn't heard that before you know. Have you ever seen the little jockey key yeah. That's where that's yeah. I know that that guy is on Jaakko. That's the legend came with a little African American little jockey Dude Yeah uh-huh apparently general Washington this is all you know legend or whatever. I don't know if it actually happened but I know this sounds like there could be some urban led to this the whole thing so apparently we don't know if this is true apparently general Washington he had a memorial memorial statue built. That's what the little jockey statue is and then and those statues were supposedly used in the underground railroad to tell people for their safety okay so that's that one okay and my last one one kind of serious because actually have beef beef. I know it's so here's what happened. We need to squash it. Here's what happened. moved into a nice little town called Middleburg are actually I was having a house built in Middleburg and in earlier this year was finally finished and while this house is being built I was living in Vienna Virginia and then Leesburg Virginia Kenya which are all kind of around Middleburg.

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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Many of them have begun venturing down a path that can only be he characterized as the opposite of true leadership a path that displays a lack of respect for anyone with a different world view from them a path that involves deal dehumanizing housing and demonizing people simply because they are a member of an opposing party. Many of these legislators have stopped viewing people's individuals and have instead applied a group identity and used it to apply group blame Jordan Lord Peterson Line that I kinda stole. I heard him say that one time I thought was related line well the the that is a true statement yeah and notice I said many. I didn't say a all or anything like that either because it's kind of what we're talking about just now the maybe sometimes the only only think that the vast majority of people are doing because the only hear about the people that are that are being kind of naughty or whatever so yeah so it can. NBA maybe you can be said that maybe it's the minority of legislators that are you know kind of under going onto this kind of behavior but I think it's there's a trend starting to where more and more and more it's it's happening. Yes Oh you also get you also get the mob mentality just a straight up mob mentality thirty where it's blood in the water and the sharks are gonna go crazy and who was it was Dave Chapelle. I saw a little clip of Dave chapelle Z- new net flicks special and he's making this joke. He says he says guess who I am and if you you do something wrong ever in your life and I find out about it. I don't care if it's in five years ten years fifteen years twenty years. If I find out about it I'm going to ruin everything everything you have and he says guess who I am and people were yelling out different names and he goes you know what everyone does. That's what everyone does nowadays so we get this mob mob mentality of Oh you made a mistake or you said something that was out a line or whatever the case may be cool. We're GONNA crucify you now. That's that's that's what's going talking and unfortunately in Congress anyway. They're all kind of peers. They're all kind of equals so there's no one leader that can kind of come in like the meal I massacre and put a stop to things so yeah. There's there's no way that that can really step forward and do that kind of influence. Almost you just take the moral high around and people start to see that that's the corrective example yes to start leading laterally and I think like Dan Crenshaw is doing a great job of that he he's just respond. He's not emotional. He just kind of you know states. His opinion recognizes that there's other views tries to explain around. It doesn't get personal with people he's just just doing a great job from that. Perspective doesn't get fired up north face just keeps normal face. All the time is not getting crazy and you know it's it's hard. I remember explaining this. When we got home from Ramadi you know there was in inside the seal community? There are some people that were looking at the operations. We did in what we did. That fought a worry that it's going out in the daytime. Why are you guys supporting conventional operations you? They're asking these questions and basically it's. It's my fault that they were asking those questions. Because it means that I didn't do a good job of letting the community know why exactly we were in that position and what the strategic impact of those missions were and all most things but I remember talking to Leif and seth because I mean coming home from Ramadi. No we suffered some significant casualties and to hear someone someone say you know. What were you guys even doing? It's real easy to get emotional. I sat those guys down on like listen when you discuss this with people. If if you get emotional your your argument goes out the window because now you're just there looking at you go he's super emotional. That's the only reason he he's he. It doesn't make any sense. We can't listen to what he's saying. He's emotional and so I said when you when we talk about this with people we have to just get unemotional detached and just explain it. Hey this is what we're doing. Here's what was going on so what the conventional forces were doing what the strategy was. Here's how we were able to help. You just have to do it like that because if you go what are you talking and another thing that's related to deduce your but they're like really fired up and we can't do that so I think Dan is doing a good job of that and hopefully that example will continue to spread and I know you'll you'll be doing that as well moving down the path leads to an end point of limited to no effective active communication. A lack of communication produces an environment in which no meaningful work can get accomplished a workless environment in Congress means that a miracle go will stagnate the processes and systems on which our country runs will not be able to improve the result is that Americans will suffer. Yeah people can't even talk people can't even talk to each other in Congress. If you can't come back the way it's crazy. The fact of the matter is that the vast majority of the time it's going to be you know close to fifty percent Democrat Democrat fifty percent Republican and you rely on these other people to pass legislation to do the job of Congress which is to pass bills tools that can improve America improves the lives of Americans so people can't communicate so I could have I could go into committee or whatever with the cure for cancer like this bill will cure cancer guaranteed even if it is you know what I said before. You don't know I know for sure this. We'll cure cancer but I go into committee that day of the week before you know representative Charles I went on twitter and I said would idiot stupid. You know. I just did a tweet like that. He's got cancer voting for all. His friends aren't voting for because they're on his team so that cancer bill. It's even though it's going to cure Ganz is going to be the best thing ever doesn't see the light today so it's like you might as well not even have it continue on but there is hope despite them getting next to no coverage in the media are true leaders in Congress. We can learn from their example apple. A true leader recognizes that every person comes for unique set of experiences including their upbringing education struggles and environment that forms their worldview including values alleys priorities and perspectives the leader also recognizes that even if an individual's an individual person's worldview is wholly opposite than that of the leaders it is nevertheless equally valid and worthy of consideration. The leader knows that the worldview and the person must be shown respect. The leader gives the other person the benefit of believing that they have good intention and fought for now and falsely analyze their ideas before coming to a conclusion as to their viability ability. I gave an answer I think he was at the last monster. Somebody asks this big crazy question about leadership. What are you doing this and and I said Oh we know what you do with that and one of the most underutilized tools in all of leadership is to listen actually listened to what other people are saying actually listened to the people below you in the command listen to people above you and the chain of command listened to your if you're in a family listen? Listen to what your wife listen to what actually listen to what people have to say and that's what you're saying right here instead of as soon as your mouth opens up. I already the judging what I think you're going to say shutting it down as it actually listen. I always when I'm listening to people. I always think why I don't I don't my my first instinct. When you start saying something isn't why are you wrong? My instinct is hey. What does this person know that I might not know? uh-huh what what is it what what about this. Person's perspective is correct that that doesn't make sense to me or that. I don't understand continuing on a true leader of Congress recognizes that America relies on the teamwork of people with opposing viewpoints the idea of Republicans not to have fifty one percent of the people cram an idea eddie around the throats of forty nine percent of the people nor is it. The opposite is defined solutions that as many people as possible can be happy with when they go to bed at night leader knows knows that the only way to achieve this is through working together and I think that's you think that that was a common sense statement. Hey somewhere there's a happy medium that will work for for a majority of the people yeah right. It's not way over here and it's not way over here. Here's a little dichotomy between those that you have to balance as a leader yeah anymore. It's like everybody on either size. Don't move in inch. Don't give up an edge. Yes like this country was founded on something called the great compromise back in you know when they were right in the constitution yeah well that idea of that. Every single thing is a slippery slope is something that's very hard to contend with right and I think the reason it's so hard to contend with is that folks on the extremes are so ravenous that when they do get an inch they go oh cool we got an inch. We need to take a foot and we got a foot now. We'll take a yard and so both sides have that attitude instead of someone come to the table putting there you go and check back and saying okay you know what we we trust that you will do this and you know I think one of the things that makes America stable is that it's tough. It's a big bureaucratic system. That's right. It's a big bureaucratic system. That's hard to move. No one person has a massive effect. They just don't I mean like you can steer some stuff. You can make some things happen. You can make some put some laws into place but those laws might get repealed. I mean it's a hard place to move around and if people understood how hard it is move around and maybe they can can start looking at other viewpoints a little bit more like let's let's actually move forward yeah in some direction that teamwork relies allies in turn on communication between these people. The leader knows the leader knows how to effectively communicate with both people that agree with them and those that don't they communicate hey directly with the person they explain their side and genuinely attempt to understand the other person's with humility with respect without insults they don't sling mud in the public space effectively forever alienating that person on whom they rely for teamwork a true leader act selflessly in the performance of their duties they make the decisions and implement the the actions that they've truthfully think are the best in the best interest of the people they represent and of America America they do so even if the result is damaging to their career they don't care about notoriety and are happy to happy in the simple knowledge alledged the people that do know them believe in them wholeheartedly and they are making a difference. The good news is that we have leaders like this throughout our country summering summering Congress but if America's going to continue to be the greatest country on Earth Congress needs more pretty straightforward yeah I mean we need people to step up and that's we talked about it before. That's why I decided to do it. you somebody has to be the one to enter into the arena and it's better to have somebody that has this kind of attitude and I think then allow somebody else to do it and I think most people with this attitude are going going to be able to need to prevail and we need to move away from the extremist viewpoints that come out a even in Congress because you know it's a it's a it's a tough question. Will the want the when you say that you look at the other people people as their intentions are good right. Yeah you look at someone else and go. Hey look what they want is.

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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"You can't say before you announce. You can't say you're actually running you. You can only say I'm strongly considering running for Congress Congress. Would you donate if I do decide to do this even if you've already decided that you're going to you can't actually say it because then you technically you'd have to file so you can say is I'm usually go to your mom. Your Dad your close friends and family. I'm only considering laughing because in my family those are the last most people you'll be asking money. I don't ask you know that's not happening. We're zero to two calls where my dad and my mom so they were support support and then you just kinda slow call through friends and family like every phone every phone number you have in your phone you like so I started with kind of people that I talk to regularly would you donate and they say yes and then you kind of just go through. That's kind of weird too 'cause now. You're asking the question but not even close exacerbate going to go back. You have to go back to the purpose of saying that what's the purpose just to do you go back to your consultants and say hey listen. I'm getting a I'm getting a fifty percent feedback that people will donate yeah well. The thing about asking people for donations is I had a I had a good buddy. James Frank that I called him I right. I texted him or call them or whatever beforehand I said. I'm reading about running for Congress will you don't he's like Oh yeah. Definitely I will definitely donate and then I'm saying okay well. We're trying to get everybody to donate on Monday. We want everybody donate eight on Monday because we want to raise a bunch of money on day one so that's kind of a thing in the political sphere you'll see like recently a couple of the Democratic presidential candidates it's they announced and they said Oh we raised hundreds of thousands of dollars on day one they think that's really cool and it's kind of a big deal and so I say trying to get everybody donate on Monday July twenty second. If I run or whatever so then my fun I gave my fundraiser all the text messages that I contacted acted. She sent them all tex Monday. Reminding them. Here's the link and then this Guy Frankie didn't donate and then so I call them again a week later like I just wanted to remind you you know I've announced now raising money and he calls me back a couple of weeks later and he says okay finally donated and I said and he he the yes and he runs the rowing program for Uva the men's rowing program and so he has to get get a Lotta donations. I said so well. You got any any tips for me on on raising money you know how to ask for money. I'm not very good at it. He said listen you gotta remember. I'm a close friend and it took me three weeks and three reminders to donate to you so you hit somebody up the first time and they want to do they. They want to support you but you just hit them when you know when they're about to get in the car or you know they're take drop the kids off at school or something like that and they just forget you know and so you got to remind him again so you kind of have to make extra hit them at the right time whether okay I'm just sitting around watching TV or whatever I'm eating dinner. I can do it right now. So you kind of have to just keep following up with people friends family first and then once you get through all that then you start calling people that have donated previously previously so you kind of get these lists sitting here trying to think if you if what you hit me up for you know you hit me up. I think you said Hey I'm gotta run or I'm thinking of Congress. Maybe I could come back on the podcast knows like Oh absolutely yes yeah I think I don't think you actually hit me up for the cash. Though oh I didn't hit you up for the cash because friendship capital like leadership capital yeah I figure you're kind of already helping me out so you felt me out so much which already with me on you know before the marathons after the month Maryland's and all that stuff and now you're GonNa help me out again with this podcast and I just kind of figure you know. I don't want to ask too much of you. Were right on but you're not GONNA get anything. If you don't ask exactly what I'm saying remember too that you have you have to ask even notes uncomfortable so yeah product. Can you sell a t-shirt and and use that the profits offers from that. I don't know I don't I'm not sure I'd have to personal money like you rich politicians. They spend as much as you want you can donate to your campaign as much as as much as you want but if you're doing I I don't. I don't have enough money anyway so it wouldn't really be a drop in the bucket for me to going carrots not enough care. It's a start getting eggs so maybe that'll be you know something that we can add into it but yes simply just don't have enough money but yeah there's some there's some people that take mortgages out on their homes and they kind of loan the campaign two hundred three hundred thousand dollars and then they get paid back after they really start raising money. I can't do that either because I don't have a mortgage on Oh my home because it was given to me by a wounded veteran charity so there's no mortgage and I can't take out a mortgage for five years as a part of our contract but yes so you asked the people close to you donate and then you start kind of going through these lists of people that have donated to campaigns before they're politically active a a lot of times. They have a little bit more cash to spare you start calling them but that's unpleasant too because a lot of the times it's as cold calls and you go. You know you have this this. This is the edisons me so my fundraiser. She just basically sends me call sheets so she gets these lists of. It's all publicly available if they donate a certain amount it's just goes online they oh they donate to this other Republican candidate or this other Democratic candidates so they might like you so you just kind of and there's a bunch of phone numbers on their a lot of the times it doesn't work or like a main number to their business and you kind of have to go in and go into the directory and call it and you call among you just go. You know you do your little twenty-second Spiel. How many of these calls have you made and it's like my schedule has nine to eleven campaign? Fundraising phone calls workout at eleven eat lunch at twelve one two three make phone calls. What are you doing from four thirty in the morning running until nine four three eight four until nine usually four thirty to six thirty cutting logs and then the seventies usually when I start I'll start reading? They're all start doing some writing kind of flush out my thoughts on things and then between seven and nine because you can't call people before nine o'clock so so so nine to eleven year making phone calls and you said from one to three you're also making phone. Calls have just hammering through a list so my fundraisers still semi twenty twenty five at a time and these less than you just kind of look at it. This is what's the contact rate. Mary love you make one hundred calls. How many people do you talk to? I'd say maybe ten like directly. When I call ten percents the the chance of you have of me picking up a phone number? I don't recognize zero exactly zero and a lot of what you do is you call and the vast majority of the time you're calling their place of work and so they have an assistant so so you have to kind of you know you have to you have to kind of craft a little script almost dir that gets them to that kind of intrigues them and it has to be short because he can't be too long when I first started out I was doing. Let's say thirty seconds okay. What's your all right so ring ring being rain? I'll call echo ring ring ring. Hello Oh hi. This is Rob Jones. I'm calling for Mr Charles Charles. My Name's Rob Jones. I'm wounded marine from Middleburg Virginia and call him today because I'm running for Congress in Virginia's Tenth District and just hoping you might have a few minutes to speak with me about my campaign in to see if you might be willing to support me and that's when I say pretty straightforward yeah so I kind of and it's it's been kind of and fundraiser Andrey's they're kind of good at that so they can advise you on what to say and so I when I first started out I kind of had like this minute long bon along like hello hi hi. I'm Rob Jones in Iran thirty thirty one days and I did all this stuff and by the end of it you know it's they haven't spoken like a minute and a half. You know you got to bring that down we when life and I wrote extreme ownership then we did our first event that the book was that it was a big event or it's like maybe a thousand to fifteen hundred people people there and we got done we got off stage and they had a bunch of books for us to sell and people are going to buy and then they could we could sign them and and as soon as we got off stage it was like mayhem everyone was really fired up and here's this brand new book and the big messages come from us and so the the they got the two little tables for us to sign on. There's a stack of books for us to to give to the people and in the very first person Leif like the joke is that life is like a nice person. I'm not and so the first an I and immediately is I looked at the line this was you know one of the one of the few things I'm naturally gifted at like looking at a scenario and kind of figuring out really quick what needs to happen into to get this done so I see people lined up and I say to myself all right. I need to be signing these books as fast as humanly possible so I immediately we start signing the extreme ownership book just own it Jaakko. That's that's all I'm right yeah so I get like two three people. Hey Nice to meet you. Jim Jim own Jaakko boom handed the twin boom next person I get through five or six people and all of a sudden there's all there's a there's a there's a road block right next to me. His name is Bob and he's such a nice guy that he says Jim. How're you doing whereabouts you from any person's I come? I'm from wherever I'm from Maryland. I went to the Naval Academy at Third Man. What a what do you do for a living and he's having legit conversation position and then he's right Jim so good to talk to another person that grew up in the state of Maryland and appreciate the sport that Y'all gave us when I was up there the Naval Academy and I hope everything goes well? If Your Business appreciate it leading win and man it took him it was like it took him by by the time he handed him the you know seventeenth book and he wasn't done with his first one he just started writing lead wait.

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Why Rob Jones Is Running for Congress

Jocko Podcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Why Rob Jones Is Running for Congress

"What led you to make this decision to make this political run. What what what the hell happened because let's face it signing up for politics that that is like signing up for just extreme punishment extreme mental punishment of of people coming after you all the time people don't care about your the way it affects you the way it affects your family? I mean it gets crazy in politics. So what was it that made you say to yourself okay. You know what it's time for me to do this. Yeah you know I've just noticed over the last few years the deteriorating environment in in Congress in the federal government and I just saw that we need leaders there and the only way we're going to get leaders their leaders step up and they put themselves into that arena. Take the risk of you know being under fire from these people you know kind of hearkens back to I think I talked about this. Last time taught I talked about proof the lane kind of how I was you know when you when you searching for you have to go out there and you have to step on the ground and make picture that there's not an iud there so you just Kinda step on it and if it blows up well guess what there's ninety there if it doesn't get to take another step and what I learned from that is is that in Afghanistan there's every every single day and Iraq to every single day. There are times countless times where somebody buddy has to step forward and do the dangerous thing do the difficult thing for the good of everybody else and life is no different and you know politics is no different somebody step forward and take that risk enter into the arena. If we WANNA see meaningful change so you know in in with respect to what he said. I'm just trying to continue my service in that way and have the best impact I can

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Southern governors declare emergencies ahead of winter storm

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Southern governors declare emergencies ahead of winter storm

"Two southern states are declaring emergencies ahead of an anticipated intense. Winter storm Virginia governor Ralph Northam says he wants to help state agencies prepare for the storm that's expected to hit hard especially in the southern part of the state, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper issued the declaration yesterday saying the impacts of the weekend. Storm will vary across the state with forecasters calling for up to eighteen inches of snow in the mountains and possible flooding at the coast, Rob Jones is the manager at the French broad food co op in Asheville North Carolina. He says people packed up story packed the store yesterday. Stocking up on supply, we ordered up on all kinds of extra bread and milk. You know, the standards, and so there's definitely selling out of all that stuff. And most people were kind of staying in today. The national weather service says a prolonged period of. Snow is expected starting as early as tonight and lasting until Monday growing

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"rob jones" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"One marathons thirty one days double amputee marine will run in kansas city for other wounded vets this comes out of kansas city it's just one of the city's the marines name is rob jones this is unbelievable this story so rob jones lost both of his legs to an i e d that blew up and took away both of his legs nf ghanistan his right leg was amputated above the knee his left at the knee he was honorably discharged two thousand eleven six years later he's going to run his twelve marathon this is coming from a kansas city paper in as many as twelve days he's already twelve days in and he's running twelve marathons that's twenty six point two just for the record folks that's unbelievable and he's running with those prosthetic legs that you've seen it kind of look cool they've got that angle to you seem the paralympian these things unbelievable he plays around thirty one marathons in a single month that's a marathon a day for thirty one straight days unbelievable it's all to raise awareness his goal is to raise one million dollars through one dollars through rob jones journey so you can search his website search rob jones journey and the support the money is going to coalition to support america's heroes tunnel to towers foundation and the injured marine semper fi fund so i share the story because here's a guy tragically loses his legs you talk about a marine tough guy it's whole life gets just absolutely rocked he recovers and now he's doing superhuman stuff why he's actually figured out what that passion is you know so he wants to help he knows what probably wants to solve and he's going how do i do this let's see i don't have legs some approved people with limitations as you can overcome limitations and raise awareness man unbelievable heart last story teen steps to help blind deaf man in random act of kindness this omitted from chris doing colour facebook thank you guys by the way if you want to submit your story ask a ken coleman show dot com or you just posted on my twitter feed at ken coleman or on our facebook page i don't have time to get to this joel someone hold off on the story i just realized i'm having so much fun in the show today so this this i'll tell the story of the time we'll save this next week how about that because we close.

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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Awesome and of course thanks to everyone for listening to this podcast thanks to these service men and women that are holding the line day and night day and night fighting against evil thanks to police law enforcement firefighters paramedics other first responders that are always on call always on call to protect us here at home in to every one that's listening i want to refer to one last journal entry that rob wrote in something that we talked about the last time that he was on the net was using the weight because the way to the world can be heavy the weight of the challenges and the trials of life can drive you into the ground and that weight can wear you down in break you but instead of letting the weight where you down instead of leading the weight break you you can use the weight tim make yourself stronger to make yourself tougher to make yourself better and that is what i recommend everyone does just like rob says use the weight now get out there they'd get after it and until next time this is rob jones and echo and jaakko out mm.

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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"We are on the interweb 's we are on twitter we are on instagram and we are on batch facie boy echoes attacl charles i am at jarkko willie can of course rob jones is at rob jones journey and he also has rob jones julie dot com and on top of that rob jones has his own podcast now bore all we episode he's one episode deep pool one episode deep wants he's all the time off the podcast is called used away yet god hottest good yeah i remember the way which is ctc the logo death yes yeah so you can get that wherever mp three or sorry podcasts are available if i've listened to the first episode you talk about getting after it elliott and yet you talk about how to get through i think so it's it's it's awesome can i add to that and if you don't have an advice style uh podcast right now are people ask me questions so all those people listen to this you know if you're in question after question to jaakko he just refuses to answer he is is he reads it and then this thursday than the track held um but yeah if if anybody has questions that they want to get answered uh by me then send him to me at two rob jones journey gmailcom or through my website or through social media and i will answer the eu's gave out your website on this that's awesome yeah i'll fight email tired of young my that's my special email it's not like white person that's my uh mail that i give out uh first stuff like this it also helps to keep it kinda separated so they're all my questions like this check out at lawyer feeling going to sift yes slapped a sip or what could wear half the sifting yeah gonna learn that listen to.

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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Worse in the long run and feels good right now which what are you gonna do take that into a binary decision but using hittings releasals simple which ones important me an answer it's almost like a black or white we all is well let's which drives you what's driving your behavior and then you can even take another step like again like the uh losing the weight example here you you will either want to have the milk shake or you want to be able to walk around gets even if you don't care about and you know being overweight or not being able to move your body around you know you can still lose the way by figuring out what even if you don't feel like going on a diet like what is it that necessitates you to go on the diet and for me so i didn't want necessarily to train every day for the paralympics aydin necessarily want to ride my bike everyday on my bike rider run i didn't necessarily enjoy doing that i didn't feel like doing it but i had to do that because my gold necessitated me to do that so if you're struggling to get motivated to lose weight for the sake of losing weight find something that necessitates you to lose weight that really manage see like no not dying when you're 55 a heart attack that'll do it um there's there's three things that you talked about on the web at well we talked about olaf's podcast but i kinda breathed breezed over them and i and i realize when i listen to it again i i should have talk to you a little bit more indepth because i think it's helpful for people to here again to hear from you who's overcome incredible challenges there's three things that you talked about uh and it's actually in the journal which which you have a journal online uh on on rob jones journey dot com but and this is there as well but no it won't number one is writing down goals number two is celebrating milestones a number three is overcoming rationalization so let's just break those down a little bit how strict were you with writing down your goals and do you still do that.

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"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"But who has not let that stop him in any way from driving on with his mission and his life and doing more than most people could ever even a match mr rob jones a marine a wounded warrior and an inspiration to any one that's lucky enough to come into contact with him rob jones welcome back to the show hey you know what it's a an honor to be just a single time guest on what i consider to be the best podcast on the airwaves but to be a twotime guest is purely rarified air and i'm just appreciate you guys deeming me worthy of a of a second visit so abbas he compared to that gentleman is uh even greater honor so yeah you know i read that a wild back and was one of those things is owed reading it i was thinking i was thinking about you think about you know i was thinking about jody uh thinking about travis thing about you guys that were were wounded bad manned and i've heard that before eight another is another book i read about world war one where guys they wake up they think they're in heaven because they see white sheets and they see veto there's a nurse there that's talking icy to them they think they're dead they think there and have it and that that reminded me you know when i read that i was thinking about you and in and haven't where waking up you know in a in a hospital somewhere and i know you actually woke up you're not supposed to wake up in germany but you did now you're not supposed to but uh yet for whatever reason i woke up i think i need to drink water so you.

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"rob jones" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on RobinLynne

"No this maroon but not defeating castagn not the east raw bad times don't under but i believe it's turning on rao from the lady pets an then uh none felt so well know some mobbed remains day let me down but i still believe it's turning down from me allow me oh well known for me oh around turning oh rob jones from me for you to say it into the atmosphere oh brown turning oh wrath sir.

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"rob jones" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"No this maroon but not defeating castagn not the east raw bad times don't under but i believe it's turning on rao from the lady pets an then uh none felt so well know some mobbed remains day let me down but i still believe it's turning down from me allow me oh well known for me oh around turning oh rob jones from me for you to say it into the atmosphere oh brown turning oh wrath sir.

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"rob jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In ted on his second tour core sergeant rob jones lost both of his legs after stepping on an ied will ever since he has made it his machine to raise awareness for our wounded veterans and he has now taking on his biggest challenge yet with thirty one marathons across thirty one day in thirty one different okay iran ran marathons back and ninety five and ninety six and i'm still running out on that guy is how pathetic the marine corps than they are don four met four hours four minutes uh that was my best time not bad for the need my 30s it was not as hard but now be hard but then i think what am i saying rob jones unbelievable marine vet has run all of these marathons and keeps running as as uh made so many proud of course this time in iraq and afghanistan in 2010 a horrific injury turn that into an opportunity an opportunity to inspire others he's join us now and i'm delighted he's with us rob how are you congratulations i'm doing great how are you if they have me on the uh the show i'm dumped do agree it then i i want to know how you're doing i mean all these marathons later uh it's enough on on two legs but you do it on uh prosthetic limbs how how is it possible how did you train and and tell us how it's affected others you've man who may you're going through a tough time especially ptsd there are other physical concerns after being deployed i think it was awful because that was doing it for my fellow veterans.

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"rob jones" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"We james akama ginger chan you on air with ryan seacrest on a 27 because of well it's gonna be beautiful today temps now upper 70s mid '80s tomorrow into the nineties by sunday and triple digits yet little bit of a heatwave at the beginning of next week so enjoy it right now it is sixty four in hollywood and pay your bills in the next ten minutes this sale you're on air with ryan seacrest see point seven his these guys are one direction here see how talented individually they are today's niles twer we out his aim there with area day to day is nial there he's got his new sean he's here next kiss up down concern me your local similar to focus on communal good evening john members to come through kerr sooner rob jones laura dern we were exams warned awhile forward your witnesses noonan made his new order there were no for all eu air the lawyer teaching there was for you so jerry mr mr daems go lord owen your new so you're.

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"rob jones" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"rob jones" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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