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Iranian Hard-Liner Ebrahim Raisi Wins Presidential Election Vote

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:03 min | 6 hrs ago

Iranian Hard-Liner Ebrahim Raisi Wins Presidential Election Vote

"After the election of hardline presidential candidate ibrahim racy this weekend. Big questions now about what it means. For relations of the united states and a possible deal to rein in iran's nuclear program were to take those questions of president biden's national security advisor jake sullivan first. Let's check in with martha raddatz in tehran. Good morning martha good morning george. Nuclear talks are resuming today before they take pause as iran prepares for more conservative president overnight celebration in iran as a new president is officially announced. The ultra conservative racy the favourite of iran's supreme leader i a- tola ali khamenei. There had been a vigorous get out the vote. Campaign with posters depicting the severed hand of military leader qassem soleimani killed in the us drone strike last year urging voters to do it for him but fewer than fifty percent cast ballots. The lowest turnout in the history of presidential elections after the nineteen seventy nine islamic revolution. Many staying home believing the election was rigged. You did not vote dinah. Why not betting kit. If i had both that they wouldn't have counted my book but ryan. Uc's supporters believe he could help rebuild iran's devastated economy. You voted for racy because you think he can help. The economy is your yes. I believe because he has the experience in the judiciary. I'm sure he knows the ways to make things better. The economy crippled in part by heavy sanctions imposed by the us. When former president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal rice. He has voiced support for reviving that deal but it could be more difficult for president biden to get a tougher or lengthier deal from the hardline. Cleric the trump administration also personally sanctioned for human rights abuses sanctions that have not yet been lifted.

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Ibrahim Raisi Wins Election as Iran's President as Nuclear Deal Talks Resume

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:03 min | 6 hrs ago

Ibrahim Raisi Wins Election as Iran's President as Nuclear Deal Talks Resume

"The election of hardline presidential candidate ibrahim racy this weekend. Big questions now about what it means. For relations of the united states and a possible deal to rein in iran's nuclear program were to take those questions of president biden's national security advisor jake sullivan first. Let's check in with martha raddatz in tehran. Good morning martha good morning george. Nuclear talks are resuming today before they take pause as iran prepares for more conservative president overnight celebration in iran as a new president is officially announced. The ultra conservative racy the favourite of iran's supreme leader i a- tola ali khamenei. There had been a vigorous get out the vote. Campaign with posters depicting the severed hand of military leader qassem soleimani killed in the us drone strike last year urging voters to do it for him but fewer than fifty percent cast ballots. The lowest turnout in the history of presidential elections after the nineteen seventy nine islamic revolution. Many staying home believing the election was rigged. You did not vote dinah. Why not betting kit. If i had both that they wouldn't have counted my book but ryan. Uc's supporters believe he could help rebuild iran's devastated economy. You voted for racy because you think he can help. The economy is your yes. I believe because he has the experience in the judiciary. I'm sure he knows the ways to make things better. The economy crippled in part by heavy sanctions imposed by the us. When former president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal rice. He has voiced support for reviving that deal but it could be more difficult for president biden to get a tougher or lengthier deal from the hardline. Cleric the trump administration also personally sanctioned for human rights abuses sanctions that have not yet been lifted.

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Martin, Pulock help Isles top Lightning 3-2 to tie series

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 18 hrs ago

Martin, Pulock help Isles top Lightning 3-2 to tie series

"Josh Bailey Matthew bars on men Martin each scored some inviolable stopped twenty eight shots and Ryan Pulock made a game saving play in the final seconds to secure three two islanders win over the lightning the game four victory evens the best of seven series at two games apiece as the series shifts back to Tampa Bay bullock made a diving stop on a last second attempt by Ryan McDonagh to keep the Tampa Bay defenseman from sending the game to overtime Bailey called it a special place in the patience to just stick with it yeah I think it was just a a great play by him coming game saving play obviously and huge rating point extended his playoff goal streak to seven games and Tyler Johnson also scored for the lightning Andrei vasilevskiy made twenty seven saves in the loss Christian Arnold Uniondale New York

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Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Press Executives Charged Under New Security Law

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Press Executives Charged Under New Security Law

"Two senior employees of Hong Kong's pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily have appeared in court charged with violating national security. Both the editor in chief Ryan Law and the Chief executive, Chung Kim Hyung, were denied bail. And he, Vincent is in Hong Kong. Dozens of Hong Kong residents lined up outside West Callaloo in court to support the Apple daily executives on Friday night. Three of the five arrested were released on bail. Today. The court heard that the chief editor and CEO of Hong Kong's most popular newspaper stand accused of conspiring with the paper's owner, Jimmy Lai, in requesting foreign nations to impose sanctions against Hong Kong. And the Chinese government. Mr Light, is already serving time in prison for his involvement in the 2019 protest movement and is awaiting trial for national security law charges.

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Hong Kong Newspaper Editor, CEO Denied Bail

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Hong Kong Newspaper Editor, CEO Denied Bail

"Two senior employees of Hong Kong's pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily have appeared in court charged with violating national security. Both the editor in chief Ryan Law and the Chief executive, Chung Kim Hyung, were denied bail. And he, Vincent is in Hong Kong. Dozens of Hong Kong residents lined up outside West Callaloo in court to support the Apple daily executives on Friday night. Three of the five arrested were released on bail. Today. The court heard that the chief editor and CEO of Hong Kong's most popular newspaper stand accused of conspiring with the paper's owner, Jimmy Lai, in requesting foreign nations to impose sanctions against Hong Kong. And the Chinese government. Mr Light, is already serving time in prison for his involvement in the 2019 protest movement and is awaiting trial for national security law charges.

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US Open: Richard Bland Shares Lead With Russell Henley at Torrey Pines

BBC Newsday

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

US Open: Richard Bland Shares Lead With Russell Henley at Torrey Pines

"Golf and Russell Henley of the USA in England's Richard Bland share the lead on five under par at the halfway stage of the U. S Open at Torrey Pines in California and the reigning Olympic shot put champion Ryan Krauser has set a new world record at the U. S. Olympic trials. Breaking the previous best by Randy Barnes by 25

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Republicans Should Talk About Impeachment After Biden's Illegal Immigration Plot

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 1 d ago

Republicans Should Talk About Impeachment After Biden's Illegal Immigration Plot

"And his comrades. They're pushing the edges of the envelopes. They're jumping outside the box. They're doing things in ways that are utterly lawless. They're trying to change the constitution without amending the Constitution. They're loading up the bureaucracy. With Reds. And not a single Republican talks about impeachment. What? What? What We are We can't do that. That's bad politics, Karl Rove says. It's bad politics Paul Ryan may not like that. What about Peggy Noonan? What about the Washington Post? The New York Times and we might get bad press. Besides, we'll lose Romney and sash and Krakowski and The weak underbelly of the Republican Party. Just hold on. We'll win. Just give us anyway. Not a word about impeachment. He's dumping illegal aliens in the communities without giving them a heads up. He's trying to change the demographics, particularly Red states. Everybody knows what's going on. And he's also doing other things he's making changes. To the Iran deal. But you're not going to be presented to Congress. He's already lifted sanctions against a number of Islam a Nazi Theocrats in Tehran without even consulting Congress. And it's his Congress Democrats. Nobody brings up the

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A Big Week for Global Tech Policy

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:08 min | 2 d ago

A Big Week for Global Tech Policy

"New chair of the federal trade commission a raft of bipartisan legislation aimed at big tech and an agreement to collaborate with the european union. It's been a pretty eventful week in terms of global tech policy here to break down what all happened and what the landscape looks like going forward is our policy reporter ryan tracy. Hey ryan thanks for coming back on the show things for me okay. So let's start with the f. T. c. biden named the prominent big tech critic. Lena con as fdic chair you know. We talked about this earlier in the week. With our colleague brent kendall but remind us of the significant of khan's appointment. She's been very clear that she has concerns about the behavior of big companies in a lot of sectors tech. It's been a particular focus for her confirmation hearing she basically said everything's on the table in terms of big tech. Senators asked her a number of questions about areas where the ftc could become more aggressive in terms of looking at the marketplace for news or looking at the marketplace for a smartphone apps all these different areas where we've heard some concerns about the impact of big tech and her answer was almost invariably. Yes to those questions now. There are limits to the ftc's power but mistaken has an expansive view of what that power is and so we expect her to push those limits and so does this signal sort of shift from the obama years to the biden administration potentially signals a much more aggressive approach to antitrust policy. And that's obviously a big deal for the largest tech companies. Who are under. A lot of antitrust scrutiny. Right now and it's kind of amazing when you step back you know. They had a lot of power under the obama administration and a lot of influence and had the biden administration asked for who they would have picked to lead the federal trade commission. Liikanen think it's fair to say would not have been near the top of their list. Just given that a lot of things critical of tech companies in the past so the fact that the biden administration chose her clearly shows their influence is more limited than it used to be.

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South Carolina Executions Stopped Until Prisoners Get Choice of Firing Squad

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:19 sec | 4 d ago

South Carolina Executions Stopped Until Prisoners Get Choice of Firing Squad

"For later this month because the State Bureau of Prison says It hasn't been able to put together a firing squad under the name New States. NEW Capital Punishment Law, inmates must choose between firing squad or electrocution of lethal injection drugs are not available. America is listening to Fox News.

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Semyon Varlamov, Islanders Beat Lightning 2-1 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Semyon Varlamov, Islanders Beat Lightning 2-1 in Game 1

"So any of our alarm off made thirty saves in the islanders got goals from Matt bars Alan Ryan Pulock to beat the lightning to one in Tampa fire alarm off blank Tampa Bay until Brayden point netted a power play goal in the final minute we were focusing on our game today and then at that that's why had a success Marcel scored for the fourth time in five games making it one nothing on a breakaway in the second period following a bad pass by lightning captain Steven Stamkos not for the most part one we had a chance to make the right play we did and can didn't give in give too much pull out double the York's lead with the shot from the point that alluded Andre that's left in the third period the islanders will carry a four game winning streak into game two on Tuesday in Tampa I'm Dave very

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Ahmed Bouzid: "Audio Is a Lot of Bang for the Effort of 30 Seconds"

VOICE Global 2021

02:26 min | Last week

Ahmed Bouzid: "Audio Is a Lot of Bang for the Effort of 30 Seconds"

"Audio station is something where You could have your own bespoke content on your site. Somebody could click on that station and just hear the audio. That's coming out. So it's a little like your own customized radio station but it's an audio experience so in our case Where the conference. It could be audio of talks and as opposed to Just watching the video you can click it and suddenly you can listen to somebody's conversation. Is that right exactly. One one like the lowest hanging fruit. We're just watching this show in learning beta mode right right the lowest hanging fruit we've discovered right now is audio testimonies right ryan ask so i am. A fan of of voice was global summits. Right and i've been going through a conference for the longest time so i could go undergo thirty seconds of me saying good things about you right up and your conference and you could ask you can send an email say please leave a voice that's montiel and when somebody goes through your websites on this is one thing we learned is a marketers. Website is the center of their life. Right right you know social media all of it is part of it but website is very important so you go there. And you're able to listen to the money's. You're looking at webpage. Though as opposed to a video or or tax testimony people reading here. You're listening and you're going up and down the page and you're able to do those things at the same time at the same time and also voice right. You're hearing the person's character and emotions and will somebody expresses their appreciation of you using their voice. Right that's sort of more compelling than text only and it's less heavy than even ask than a video so if you ask ask me in your recorded video it's bigger I love you know. we'll do it right. I will do it but it's an ask that's heavy on but if you just say go hand to court thirty seconds of you saying something good about us all right. I would do it in a write in a heartbeat. People would do it. Who have relationship with you. So so that thing that balance or that sort of the biggest bang for your effort right is is what makes believe audio so compelling so texas is easy you just type video is heavy but it has a lot of value because rises voice insurance but audio is a lot of bang for the effort of thirty seconds.

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More Details Emerge on Man Who Killed Florida Grandmother, Grandson

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:28 sec | Last week

More Details Emerge on Man Who Killed Florida Grandmother, Grandson

Islanders Beat Bruins 6-2 in Game 6, Reach Stanley Cup Semi-Finals

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Islanders Beat Bruins 6-2 in Game 6, Reach Stanley Cup Semi-Finals

"The islanders are heading to the semi finals for the second straight year following a six two win over the Bruins the islanders took control with a three goal second period entered the semifinal rematch against the lightning the game was tied one one in the second until Brock Nelson scored two straight goals in a seven nineteen span place is rocking tonight the fans are feed us energy team played great Kyle Palmieri made it for one with a stuff shot against two Carrasco who stopped twenty three of twenty seven shots Brad Marchand second power play goal of the night through the Bruins within four to early in the third but the islanders I stood on empty netters by cal Clutterbuck and Ryan Pulock I'm Dave Ferrie

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LeBron James to Change Jersey Number Back to No. 6

Nightcap with Ryan Gates

01:03 min | Last week

LeBron James to Change Jersey Number Back to No. 6

"James reportedly said to change his number from 23 to 6 next year, the number he wore during his four year run with the Miami Heat. Is this because he wants to rekindle the success of that run in Miami. Is it because He's going to don the new number in space jam, a new legacy that seems like a wild decision. I mean he's changed numbers during his career before he's worn number six before, but changing it for space jam. All right. Is this a good move? I'm going to swipe down. I hate it and look on the one hand. I always look at an athlete say where whatever number you want, But in the world of like chasing the Joneses and everybody trying to get the LeBron swag. It's keeping up with the Joneses. Probably more accurate and it's been testimony different, But, yes, you know, I think that at some point you've got to look at the cost for this for so many people that their kids are going to come in and want like my heart breaks for families. It struggled for an NBA jerseys. They're not inexpensive and I got to go out and buy all the new LeBron stuff because you don't want to get to have the old LeBron stuff because they don't want to feel dumb. Like so I just the heartbreak heartbreak for me.

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Mom Committed, Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Kids' Murders

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Mom Committed, Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Kids' Murders

"A man at the center of a grim saga of alleged murder doomsday believes in missing children has pleaded not guilty in Idaho courtroom appearing before judge Steven Boyce Chad day bell pleaded not guilty to murder charges handed down by a grand jury in connection with the death of his late wife and his new wife two children eight felony charges of them filed on the grand jury's indictment day they'll rent a small publishing company with his wife Tammy Dave bell who died in October twenty nineteen authorities grew suspicious when he remarried Laurie valoe just two weeks later police began searching for lorries two youngest children seven year old Josh with aloe known as JJ and seventeen year old Kylie Ryan the hearing was on the one year anniversary of when the children's bodies were found buried on day bills property in eastern Idaho the day bells espouse an apocalyptic system of religious belief on Tuesday afternoon Lori day bell was committed to a mental health facility if convicted Chad day bell could face life in prison or the death penalty I'm Jennifer king

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CNN, Amazon and Other Major Websites Down After Global Fastly Outage

Wake Up Call

00:46 sec | Last week

CNN, Amazon and Other Major Websites Down After Global Fastly Outage

"The New York Times. CNN Twitch British government. Hulu HBO. Max Amazon, You name it. They got various error messages this morning like Unknown domain. No, those domains are out there. But dozens of websites around the world went out this morning because of an outage at a cloud servicing company called Fastly. Fastly says it's investigating the issue and as of right now, Well, Fastly says. It's a technical issue. They still haven't said No, it was not some sort of cyber attack hack. So that's what we're going to be watching all day was. What was this? And how could one single company get hit? Take down all of these information sites will be following up on that right now Jim Ryan. And speaking

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Titans Agree to Deal With Falcons for Julio Jones

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Titans Agree to Deal With Falcons for Julio Jones

"Seven time pro bowler and five time all pro Julio Jones is now a Tennessee Titan in an effort to shed fifteen point three million dollars in salary cap space eleven falcons traded the wide receiver to the Titans on Sunday for a second round pick in twenty twenty two and a fourth round pick in twenty twenty three Jones at thirty two years old isn't in the prime of his career anymore but is yet another weapon for Tennessee attacked that already boasts two thousand nineteen probable quarterback Ryan Tannehill twenty twenty offensive player of the year Derrick Henry and back to back one thousand yard receiver AJ brown Jerry takeover Nashville

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Feast of Fun

03:00 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Channels That elisa doolittle character in my fair lady which i imagined that every speech pathologists every voice coach is intimately familiar with that musical and the beginning of it. They're showing her as a as a poor flower girl and she speaks and people can understand what she saying. Did you say comes. We don't say can't in the united states because that sounds like something. Naughty can't can't can't maybe throw was not supposed to my ears. it should have been. Yeah absolutely well. I mean at one and i ain't old so it caught me whatever to the entree idea it's difficult. It's very difficult Although today you know geographically speaking Levels mobility are suing extraordinary accents or dialect saw beginning to be ironed out. And so it's much easier to be able to specify where people from. Although i find it very interesting that when i'm in the back of a cab in new york city often the driver says to me wearing from where do you think i'm from noon. I put on my best down to the abbey voice. They say south african australian. Have you ever watched downton abbey. Oh my god here. English everything new york city. Everybody's so used to you. Know that sort of sound that ricky as makes we'll open lot roaster s joy. English was your as opposed to allowing each file to have third enunciate to ten dollars. Stewart could be from iowa for all we know in part of it is like you're right now in american culture popular culture. Everybody's very obsessed with ryan murphy's miniseries halston where the great legendary designer who was born in iowa grew up in indiana and talk like this very sophisticated and part of it. I started thinking about this david. Sedaris wrote in his book me talk pretty one day about how common it is for gay men to get speech. Lessons fix their gay lisp. But we've also observed in films like the king's speech where british aristocrats or even the monarchy. And in that film in your life hired voice coaches to get them to speak clearly indeed. Yeah absolutely yeah. I i watched The netflix halston the other evening. I haven't i haven't completed it often in the series. I thought it fascinating the way the the name of the actor. Why does the namely urge thank you so much. Who's yeah smoke. It's like you know any very key found this wonderful turn. You obviously

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"And found kito recipe, and now you tell me I didn't know this was an entire diet plan. did I ever open the email that I? Know I did not. It is still in my inbox have been there for about six or eight months. Now did open water to go back from Keane's. Home I got fallen. This weekend was so bad. We had we went to swerving we had pizza. I had the Cuban dog we had Buffalo Wild Wings on Friday night. We had TACO last night. Oh my God I'll trust me. I can't even look at myself in the mirror anymore. I like. We'll be like you know what? Why not bring me the liquorice lead one is what I think. One more big fat meals duck in a hurt. I'll start eating healthy like later in the day tomorrow. So good for like three weeks, and then I just went to shambles. Really. Yeah. As soon as we started like doing the house stuff I started getting stressed stressed stressed, and then bit by bit letting the Diet and exercise go to the point of just there may not be a return for me I got I got to get better because I signed up for. The medtronic God ten miler and I went to run like three times. Last week's I. Two times we're a disaster I got about two miles in an I quit this time I got all the way through three miles but I still got a ways to go to build up ten miles an issue when people ripe there little drum legs on your body as you're sweating and running because of the sauce that comes out. The problem. Parmesan garlic. Yeah. You think that these days were nobody's going anywhere foam or fear missing out would not be a thing but according to experts. Has Not, gone away just changed instead of looking at other people's vacation pictures from exotic locations and feel terrible about your life. Now, people look at pictures of people doing amazing things during their time at home while they're just sitting on the couch it's Kinda shape shifted. They say it might not be looking at pictures of somebody's vacation or their parasailing trip or swimming with dolphins. It now becomes Oh look at that. They're making sour starters. Oh, they're going for a hike in these woods with their family and I'm on the couch doing nothing and surviving and trying to find my breath. So now we're not jealous of their pictures of going to what's that the blue lagoon in Iceland. Anyone's doing that right now anyway because that's travel right but there's no travel. So instead it's like Oh look at that they made homemade chocolate chip cookies. and. So now we have the foam o of not doing that I want you to look at what I learned to do. It's on my instagram open by instagram right now Dave Ryan Katie be and Susan, and I did something at Excelsior Bay on. Saturday. Were walking around and I had Susan lay down on the picnic table and then I did a push up handstand above her and then came down to kiss her and that he did a couple of push-ups you can see the photograph IRA on Instagram I thought Dave and I'll tell you you sign your suit Jim finding up for the twin cities marathon actually pretty cool off it's romantic and it's also athletic at the same time it's so romantic I never knew how in shape you dave yeah. Well, usually I wear big sweatshirts, hide it well. Do Hide it well, I kind of stick my belly out just to make sure. Modest. Yeah. Go check that out Dave Ryan kwb on instagram and go check that out. You're going to be so impressed with Dave Yeah I. Am what a great the pictures is a great angle I. Mean you will. You'll younger you look healthier happier. Twenty five years younger. In other dirt thanks to the corona virus has been shortages of toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and coins now. There's a shortage of pepperoni. It seems meat processing plant had to cut back on production. So we are looking at a decrease in the PEPPERONI supply and higher prices for Pepperoni get not just you know how convenient I just get a pizza oven and this happened. I'm sorry valid. Four. Brought to you by Arthur's jewelers. There's kind of a little story kind of a good news little story. This is a fifteen year old kid in Jacksonville Florida. He's refurbishing old computers and then he gives them away first of all brilliant enough kid. He is like make bird refurbishing old computers. I was happy that I was able to be tech savvy enough yesterday to downloaded extension for a program I was working. It's like ever worked on some psycho. You can't do that when you get a download an extension to my dog give up. It works yesterday this must be pop up or something right. Here's the story about the fifteen year old kid. Had An epiphany when I realized that not everyone can actually afford a compete in a retired machines. One businesses kept him busy those poppy doing above four to five machines a day. I am old various. NHS like email browsers that added thing I ensure that all of them were working. One great thing that I learned from was kind of the importance of recycling I really liked the feeling that being a difference. Hitting. Is. Very. Cool. The oldest person in America got a big drive by birthday in Charlotte North Carolina this week and her name is Hester Ford. Guests. How old she turned on? Saturday at five one, hundred, sixteen. One hundred sixteen that means she was born in Nineteen. Oh. Four about the same time. The Wright brothers flew the airplane for the first time and Jake said something to me. You know one of those things he read that like someone alive today. Could live to be two hundred years old. Okay The the like technology that will continue to happen over the next however many years someone that is alive today by science could eleven till two hundred could i. think the average life span of like Americans are people I don't know a hundred years ago it was like forty five years old. So I have to mention the state fair t shirts round to are up. So we still round one shirts but now we have a new back. He's doing it online this year. So we can have more options including.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

08:17 min | 10 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Ten roughly. So late Sydney even for me. Okay. Here we go. Number Four. What is it that one's? HP. Intel is it Intel. Microsoft Davis correct in town. Is. Similar. Excuses excuses to correct so far found one in Sydney is one. Goes get a slowdown here at shut up. Here we go. Oh Dude. Again. Oh, I know what it is still going to be mad at myself. Get found him surprise. Oh I can hear it. It's like there's something the state there's like Boom Boom Boom Zoro is Zorro or not sorrel. These are actually all from the current time of twenty. Just. And I'm really surprised. You don't know this one. Barry. At Sydney any guesses? I have? No idea. Let's TMZ Oh. Dude again. Today at least twice a day that's I wasn't even going to some like that it was going TV or computer I. Think I don't know. Can you imagine think about the person who had to come up? It's like, Hey, can you write us a little logo sound And they came up with that and it works. Yeah I don't know mazing gel gale wasn't. Really jail closing the bars you'll billy okay. Next One K. Chime with your name on this one because I think you'll all get it. Balance Yes. I don't remember it one more time. Balanced. Yes netflix. Yes. Yes. That's what. Every last week. We were talking about how they were. The original sound was going to be a goat bleating. But then they decided. Maybe not. Yeah. Now that's just the og sound. No go to not only guy side note when we went to the big stone mini golf place this weekend they have like a big huge horse and a cow on a goat and I actually got to hear a like goats screaming and I hadn't seen it in person I was like. What was going on video now, I was being a horse at care act. I was GONNA eat all of his leg and I got roll nervous. So. Yeah we have more of these jennings that's at. The Sydney want to run something by. Okay. Let's here. So, I'm out of the suburban suburban is in excelsior on Saturday afternoon. And it was me and Susan and were sitting there at the patio table for two outside and four dudes. Sit Down next to us and they were probably twenty twenty one you know sketchy looking with the gauges and things like that. Go God so scratchy then guess she's GonNa ask you if you tried to put me on with them but that's not my titan no, no, no no. So what happened was were sitting there and we're you know we're just having lunch. And every other word, these guys mouth top of their lungs was at this. That's a bunch asked. Urine Hafer. F You owe it was ethin- cool dude dude. S. S S., and then they said, yeah I. F- and hated here America's sucks. I. WanNa live in Canada Yeah Dude Canada Ethin-. Rocks and I was I don't care about what they say light Canada I was more like can you guys not swear? Kenya not yeah and I'm a big fan of swearing you ever listened to our after the show podcast you big span of swearing Sydney. It depends on what kind of mood I'm in. Okay. All right. So would you said anything to these guys because I did not I was very passive aggressive I muttered Susan. How annoyed I was, but I didn't say anything to him. Would you said anything I would have absolutely just giving them a dirty look like I would've just been staring at them like I can hear you and you're making me really mad. Yeah. They would've probably thought that you'd like I dunno available but the dirty look maybe not I know I'm really good at making facial expressions. So you'll know if I'm like into you but you're going to know if I really hate you. I appreciate that about you. I think I feel like I. Give off that Vibe. You know if I like you or if I dealt but I will say that would you said anything to him would I I the I am this kind of person I am a imitator. So. When someone does something super annoying I imitate it. Yes sort of been like, what am I right Jay. that. You like. Other people around. So ever thought about that too. But then I didn't want to be like the jerk to other people rather handles, but they're probably thinking the same thing Sidney. It's always that he's telling you this story by the way because he had a much more exciting story happened this weekend. He went to go to the ukulele store and they were closed and then he went to the bird feet store and they were closed. Through. So annoyed. Devastating. I literally have never laughed so hard on one of your weekend update and I know you weren't trying to be funny and I go jake listen to Dave weekend update and it made me laugh so hard because it was literally like. Young. Kids being annoying at the suburban. For This is why I got to retire soon. My expiration date is coming up really soon it was just an off weekend. It made me laugh so hard. Stay at the table you're the suburban. There's four dudes F F F as America socks moved to Canada, what would you've done I would have ignored it not said anything. Yeah. I worked in the restaurant industry long enough to know that there's people out there that are road and they don't have any acknowledgement of the people around them and they just don't care I wanted to. And they don't get it. I WanNa do the thing I took a picture of my stealthy picture and it's GonNa Post it. But then I didn't really thought I don't know really one of embarrass him if somebody recognizes them I know this is a little bit different than what you're saying but you've refine like okay. So I have a friend WHO's really loud and I find myself talking quieter in hopes of pick up on it and go quieter and they never do. So like I was like. That's so crazy like to a soft tone and they pick and there's like. You. Hear your voice or there's like someone like all of we sleeping. There's this person that I've I've seen multiple times and they'll come over and I'm like. I mentioned the baby sleeping and just they are very unaware of the register of their voice. It's so loud. They don't get it and I'm allowed person by. person. Hey Sydney thanks for being on with this I knew go back to bed. Got To catch up on some sleep. So thanks for talking to US see. Sydney, on Instagram, give me your instagram one more time and is Sydney Monroe if to is at the under Sydney. Okay. Very Good Sydney. Thank you so much. This has been this week on campus with a little extra thrown. There's actually change plan. We're not doing good news now. We this is a moment. We need it. We need to. Geneva Confront you about something we do. Jenny called me into her studio the second ago she's like, did you see this and I said I actually did see it and I was like what is happening but I just let it go because you're strange person. Dave. Is Thought. You WanNa say yeah. So Dave has a new email signature. It used to be just likely written with voice to tax please excuse anything that doesn't quite make sense. Well. Now, there's an addition to it. Yet I didn't know if it was part of a signature if he just wrote it to us, but I saw wide is it what it is dave quote my diamond hat is too tight quote Ryan. Yes are we supposed to know what that means that reference? Is it your new email signature I was referencing Guys is so annoy. Joke? Because what was the subject of the email? It was about somebody who's talking about how they always have trouble with Oh, my God, it was in.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Was Not, a match to her husband Jeff but to Fred Andrews Investigators Dow had a problem on their hands a husband. WHO claims to be working on his relationship with his wife and a wife that was clearly lying And still having relationship with her lover. So who killed Bassett? We'll find out next. On murder Monday true crime stories, the Div Ryan shows.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

07:57 min | 10 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"She is very good at cooking. I was impressed by his brahmin skills, but he's also a good cook. So you say the highlight was the drive in on Friday Jenny says. Then Friday it. Okay. Very good What do you planned this week? You guys are GonNa go to the drive in again. What are you doing Andrew? We don't have any plans. Yeah. So do are you? She says, you do have WHO's. Tomorrow what's happening? Tomorrow Andrew. I can't remember Oh. It's your brother's birthday we're going to his MOM's. Grill out. Thank. Berlin right now. He's. True Week. Okay and here's comes little miss charming and. that. Her title will miss charming. Susan my and. I wanted I couldn't wait to talk to today and I texted you but then I thought, oh, I might be I'm gonNA use this so. I am so excited to tell you that on Friday when I got home. and Dave was in the kitchen. So come in, he can't see me I was actually pretty quiet and he was singing I believe I can fly. With making ice tea with. Fact. Believe. Me Speaking his. Hard to videotape it but then Josie Sanni, he knew that like I was busted. Higher. Kelly story on the news. It's like. I should make some ice tea right now I couldn't help it that it came into my mind I believe I can fly. Believe and I was thinking about to 'cause. Nobody's around the house. I was just going I believe I can fly. I was thinking the top of my lungs. And Watson Middle Miss Charming fumbling with a phone. Downstairs, real fast. All right so I wrote down. Thank you. I wrote down. You're welcome Susan. I wrote down the highlight of my again. What do you think that I wrote down is the highlight of my weekend. New. Talking Little Miss Eva while she stared at, you lovingly wrote down baby. Ava came over. That's Allison's little daughter. She's like ten days old coming up on two weeks and we haven't seen her since she was two days old they changed a lot. Much more alert here Susan. She's like well, I have. Well. She has. She's been over there harassing higher time. Brought over yesterday, we had all the masks on wash our hands and everything and I held her and she would look around and open a rise and I played. You are my sunshine on the UKULELE. Yeah. For her because that's going to be our thing and I think that she looked at me and smiled, but I'm not sure you probably gase. Yeah. At that age, they don't smile for any reason other than gas. Probably true. Okay. Diaper change days like I'm out. Of Change Diapers. No there's like there's like three people around the house go out change I'll change her I'll change I'm like okay see yeah. Do you know other than in a day forgot to include that moment and his weekend highlights that we all share them and I made fun of Dave this weekend because his list of things was the most like Clint Eastwood get off my lawn update for a weekend ever. How could you leave off that you are making your iced tea while singing r.? Kelly. This weekend is a highlight really highlight. day-to-day happening. Hey, looks like look at the time we gotta go. Bye. Bye Dave's dirty coming up in a second murder Monday right after that hang on. There's a lot on the way here on Katie WB got unless you know also brand new kwb state fair t shirts on sale eight o'clock this morning. So I'm GonNa give you a heads up because there's one that people have already asking questions about. So there's wants his AO MINNESOTA CHECK and a lot of people are like, what does that mean? I'm new old ha ha ha it is a Tiktok thing just you know. Yeah. So I tried to explain Engineer Cook Mike Crony Aol was kind of high but not really. This is like Heo Minnesota Chack, and then you do like a list of things like mini ha ha falls like mccaw Scott and stuff like that. I. Don't get it I don't like it. Get the Retro Katie WB logo. Out One. All right. Coming up. There's a new fad in Hollywood including people like Jennifer Garner Morgan Freeman Leonardo di Caprio David Beckham, Chris Hemsworth. All of these people have jumped on this fad. And I'll tell you what it is coming up on Dave's dirt in a couple of minutes. Stay here. Dave by country hearth breads and There is a new fad sweeping through Hollywood. All of these celebrities are doing it. Aaron Paul. Sophia Bush Jennifer Garner Morgan Freeman Leonardo di Caprio. David Beckham Chris Hemsworth Samuel Jackson. Carl Johann the before what is it thank you know. Beekeeping beekeeping new fad in Hollywood. So you were ahead of your time when you start beekeeping about five years ago, I am always setting transfer Hollywood elite. Always like literally deadly. They're all gonna be talking about their favorite drink and it's been the same one that I get and we. Don't you dare your diabetic girl that means delicious MacAulay. Culkin tweets a lot of funny stuff like this. He says, I feel bad for all the burglars who never had the competence to rob a house on Christmas. Thanks to me. It's true. Thank you, Macaulay Culkin, and let's see what else is going on here Bolt Jason Mraz and Taylor Swift spoke out about president trump's alleged attempt to slow down the mail for the upcoming election. Brad's is a former mail sorter and he said do not think for a minute that this time tested system would fail us during an election. I'll be honest I haven't really followed that but I did see Taylor tweets angry angry. Yeah but I tried to follow it and it just didn't really quite understand I did look at Jason Whereas is old photo when he worked for the post office postal mail sorting. That's cute. They all had it like the most celebrities have like some random job. But other people. Yeah. Not Taylor Swift. But my favorite celebrity video of all time is still who's the guy from Dr. The Guy he is I'll gotta Kanthi was named right now I don't know like Dr. To marry Moore he's dancing in like silver hammer pants. He's about ten years old. Of Other Girls Ryan Ryan Gosling Ryan Gosling. It's the best celebrity flashback ever because you realize this kid grew up in show business he's and he's really good. He's like ten years old break dancer. It's crazy Brad Pitt. So chicken had to dress up in the in high. Oil Loco, that's the rumor anyway I to know that verified it but it sounds like it's good that he had to resume up as a chicken I believe that athletes. How a blame you this kind of good news this guy waiter, a thousand dollars then gives the host four hundred bucks on his way out everybody on all muscles to media to. Every fifty six and we're going to go out and tip a random server just sloppy person and took care of you. Well. So we raised a thousand dollars. Out. The host too. So it's On the way out the door, he gave the. The host. Four hundred dollars more. That's so amazing like you can. You can hear her voice her crying like how much that means to her amendment Selah Mason totally new. NICKELBACK. Stay thanks for coaching found a cover of them doing heavy version of the devil went down to Georgia. This is for you, fallon?.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Three four and it's brought to you by jewelers. Here's a little story for you. Hot pockets delicious little microwave things go with some sort of red sauce screen, delicious lucious They've been around since the nineteen seventies, but they weren't called pockets back then. They were called Chunk stuffers back then. Yeah, that doesn't sound very tightly with Steve's mom's nickname necks which? Takes that nobody does funny Chung. Ho Chunk stomach coming over. A little party. Mom. Okay. We've already talked about how most of a seventy six percent of US impact on some delicious pounds during the quarantine, and now is the time we're starting to get serious again. We're going okay. We can't keep going up so if you packed on some pounds. You are not alone. Three quarters of had don't feel bad about it. Just don't let it get too far out of hand. Because then it's like mulcair are Josh Gold Care here's some healthy foods to eat vegetables. Would your favorite vegetables Stephen? Anything that's fried now. Right now I kind of like I guess green beans. Salad thousand easy one because the Dow's dressing. That's not a vegetable salad as addressing or is it? Not Lettuce that's like saying. A casserole is a meat. It's not it's led okay, blood, lettuce lettuce. Yeah, lettuce know didn't make the list number one favorite vegetable. POTATOES THAT'S NOT A? Star I know, but they say that it's the vegetable, even though we always fry it. Drown buttering Gravy, so next one is carrots Broccoli. Peas. asparagus Brussel sprouts. I like routes actually up for reels, even without anything special audit like honey or anything I like Brussel Sprout. Sprout. Are you serious not on it, but it's like you cook it with honey evidence that like Bacon and honey. It gives you a sweet and saw it salty taste it. Have you ever heard of? Making asparagus Jenny with honey. Now I have been Bacon Bacon Right eggplant. Don't know honestly that I've ever had eggplant entire WANNA hang. On. It's my favorite emoji on. artichokes, radishes and Okra. Raido I've heard of it, but I don't know what Okra is basically and like Gumbo and like souped like that. It's not really something you eat. Vegetables and it's a weird consistency like you don't know how to cook it. which I don't I tried to it with ribs because I was like Oh. That's you have ribs and there was a weird thicker something with. And it was like bit. The place, not couple of the things that that we wish they'd asked about. Tomatoes did not make list cucumbers, green, beans, onions, lettuce and spinach. A couple little stories about your fifteen minutes of fame people. People on Reddit or sharing the stories about how they got their fifteen minutes of fame, and here we go with some their favorite stories. I was on the news. Because I fell down a ravine and had to be rescued new station helicopters. The whole Shebang another one. I was the waitress walking between tables when Martin Freeman is doing Karaoke in the movie Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. I was little baby. My parents took me to see world, and they sat me on a chair. Eat a banana. The big screen kept cutting to me in the audience would go Baby with a banana peel. Minutes of the entire neighborhood came to my house. Because an ambulance was there. It was just stuck in the washing machine during the competitive game of hide and seek I can see how that would happen happened with a cat that I saw the other day to he got hit and during a cat during a spin cycle anyway, he survived thankfully making this up. No I saw it on the Internet okay. Here's another one. I had a comment on Youtube get one hundred thousand likes that was her fifteen minutes of fame now. The one I played the rule, the role of hervey manager in HR video that was used for years by a major corporation new man. pervy manager and agent video they. Somebody sees you at target like okay watch over that guy. here. COMES MR hands well, that's how it is I. Always feel like Steve Shamir like some of those guys that are always bad guys movies, because if I saw him on the street cross. If you'd like evil, even though he can be the nicest person ever all right, we'll be back with Dave's dirt coming up in a second. This is Lexi from Leesburg Virginia listening on Iheartradio, and now it's time for Dave, sturt on one one point three K. D.. WB Shoutout Katherine Elizabeth, who is thirty eight years old and she listens to our show and we love so thank you happy birthday Catherine, also happy birthday of fifty cent who WANNA say forty five years old. And it also Ringo Starr is eighty years old. You know that you know. He was in the Beatles. He was the governor. The Beatles back in the seventies. Somebody the Beatles two hundred fifty million dollars to reunite two hundred fifty million dollars to reunite and they obviously they turned it down. Why no, because the guy was just kinda like I. Don't know hard to work with or something because he would weirdo million dollar I want so because they had money problems, I heard once like around. Around the eight late seventies early eighties I don't know I think that I think they definitely did because they didn't know the rights to their music, so just like Taylor Swift complained that she writes her music. Guess what the Beatles didn't own their rights to their music. Either when raising gets, it doesn't actually Michael. Jackson bought up the rights to a lot of the Beatles songs and but it was just like shouldn't. The Beatles owned the rights of their own songs? You thank tracks and I. Also by the way the dirtiest brought to you by country, Hearth Bread d like watching Dr Pimple Popper Jenny. Do You Watch Alabama? Not by saying YOU CAN'T WATCH IT Steve I sometimes like yeah, the right thing ask is because with the fourth of July. The doctor Dr Pimple Popper. made a fourth of July POPs and fireworks spectacular. It is a long video on Youtube. I think he does that. Every year of just pimple pops and I just tweeted it out. If you WANNA, fog, go check it out. It's sad. Checkout Dave Ryan, Katie would be on twitter. also I. Wife loves it. That's why radar the time it's like whatever default shows. If there's nothing on, she'll go find that. That or porters or my six hundred pound life. Oh, that's one I can't watch. It's Kinda like dance moms where I feel gross. Like I'm watching like I'm making fun of someone that has it is kind of like that ain't really my thing, either the doctoral communists like so tony going to do a bad accident. Erna where he's from so Tony You said that you've been trying to lose weight, but you've gained forty two pounds. Since our last visit was laying, he'll be like doc. Swear to God I haven't eaten nothing. I only had like a couple of carrots. He's like Tony our line to me, because if you had only a couple of carrots and follow the Diet that I gave you, you would have lost at least twenty pounds and he's like Gosh. Where'd God? DACA had nothing but carrots because they have to lose the certain amount of weight before they can do that gas. Bypass every not every time once in a while. They have somebody on there. It's like Whoa. Thank God. He actually did follow the Diet so I don't know. Suck me once in a while and other dirt just let you know because there's other things going on as well last week and Katy Perry in Orlando. Bloom enjoyed a baby moon. She's reportedly due next month, so days are numbered before life with a couple of turned upside down to hear that my daughter Allison Katie and Orlando traveled along the Carolina coast to the charming seaside town of Santa Barbara. They were photograph taken a Romantic Beach Stroll. They wore face. Coverings round their necks. Just in case they cross paths with strangers, which was unlikely. The Santa Barbara beaches were supposedly closed over the fourth of July weekend. I guess they're not supposed to do fireworks, because there's really really dry in California and they had one of those helicopters that fly over L. A. and it looked like the dope is firework display ever seriously not safe because I believe the California governor was like no fireworks because the drought. But I will say it looks pretty cool. Right It's e post posthumous juice. World Song came out yesterday called life mess with Halsey and his new album legends never die comes out this week on Friday, I'll play a little clip of it for you. All the we played it earlier. Nobody was really blown away by it, but let me just play it, so you'll know what is juice world collaboration with Halsey and here's local..

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"I'm not. GonNa. Use it for that, sorry. Okay now introduced onto. Now, entering the Arena Hailing from Fond du Lac Wisconsin. Who could take down a talk faster than you can say beer? Graduate other prestigious University of Minnesota. When they heard you all over, eat because I can rule whittard. Who is not shy to shoving multiple things are mouth at once. Did you write this, Jenny? Weighing in. At one hundred and none of your. Business the lead mead Taco eating machine. any the. Giants. That's what I want with. My Nick what did I write down as? Dave. The Demolish Ryan got it okay. Who wants to start the timer. K. I'll. Hang? Timer all right? We have tacos in front of us. You can watch this on facebook live. Rule talk with a TACO eating contest on the radio thousand going to work we at ten minutes. We're going to dig in play a song a few minutes in comeback and see how the thing ends. Okay, so guys good luck any last words Jenny before you begin to set this record Davis going. Going down, good really our okay. Okay here. We go on your mark. Get set. Taco Dave is actually taking his first bite into a regular Taco right now I see the tomatoes coming out of his mouth, and not a lot too much of it is coming out at the same time. Jenny bent over still on her I talk. The Talk Taco actually shattered as she took the first very first. Taco it's okay, it's falling apart, but that's part of it. She's not letting too much of it. It fall onto the ground Dave bent over shoving the meat into his mouth. Something that you can tell he knows what he's doing. He's a thumbs up. That is going well. some people online on facebook live or saying you've got this. No, Dave better win this as gladys and I mean so team Dave. Really pumped up to see what Dave the Demolish Ryan can do with the time that he has here. I mean this isn't really neck and neck right now. I got one down Dave ads that your first one down Dave has. His first went down a report again. The first one down. Jenny also has her first one down right now. It looks like her idea is to work her way to the Dorito Shell. TACO that's going to be her fourth TACO as Dave is devouring. We should not be calling Dave. The demolish should calling Dave Devour Ryan new song to play her I got it Yep I. Have it here now halfway talking to this? Dave halfway through talk number two all day. Dave Kelsey says this is silly and. JEMMA says Dave don't breath. Bad idea, but it's OK Dave. Continuing to devour number, two were Jiang Tacos are falling. They are falling apart. The beef is extra greasy on this I can see lots of orange congealed facts on the ground beef, but that's okay, because they're going back and forth they both have sour cream. They have led us. They have tomatoes on this. They both have chosen to use the Ortega mild sauce. How much time is. One forty, two, forty, two, another's pacing I, love about this Dave already has more on his shirt. Then he does in his mouth. I see large. Spotted Grease stain on his plaid shirt, but it's okay because he's moving onto the next one, so where I think we're going to do is about thirty seconds. We're GONNA play a Louis Capacity Jammer. because. That's what we do here. On Katie WB, someone had a good point. I think that soft shells would've been easier something. That I pointed out yesterday Dave do leg having hard shells. You can't hear US part of. They're harder to each the okay I'd like. Could we turn on music if you could hit it for me and I'd like you to bite your next bite into the microphone because I haven't heard any of them. All that's a good bite by Dave. Now Jenny is now on her third TACO. Dave is also just about tim done. With Taco number three gave is just about done. Here Dave is things. The Tim volunteer with big answer. We have right now. We're at two minutes and forty five seconds, so let's see what's going to happen. You can watch US along right now on facebook, live and see what happens. Dave the demolish. Is Right now neck and neck with Jenny in the next. Okay I don't know what they said, don't worry. Louis don't forget thousand dollars giveaway at ten thirty here on Katie WBZ. Better, we're on. We're on number six right now. Dave is on number. Six is just beginning and Dave I. Think it's something that was very wise. Eating contests talk leading contest. Sorry I'm sorry. It's the Dave. Ryan show on one one point three Katie. WBZ Dave is right now in the lead. They're trying to see who can eat the most tacos in ten minutes. I'm on sex. And as they continue to eat, you can actually watch us on facebook. Live point people are pointing out. The Dave is talking more but Johnny's doing something that that's a bad move which is. each and every once in a while. She wipes her face with a Napkin, which wastes time that she has and doesn't have very much. Time left if I do, are they really that greasy slowing down I? Don't WANNA strike you out or anything, but do you think they'll go ahead and quit? I'm not a quota I'm happy that you're not a quitter, but right now we have. The Q touch the phone. I'll touch it. shoot. Locked it for me. I'm sorry. Short TACO number seven chief Dave is on number seven. Can you put up I? Do have music playing in the background, but I can't touch the buttons at the same time. Yeah, so, Dave right now. TACO, number seven Jenny. You're on number. Six's done, but Jenny. You are far behind. Is that number six? Dave talk number seven reading. That seven Jenny is trying to make seven now see this is what I was talking about earlier about making some choices, she is now waiting until she was done with six to make her seventh Taco so now she is struggling to put it together. We'll be able to do it. She only has. Two minutes, guys, two minutes left in this competition to see who will actually win as the TACO eating a champion. I mean right now. Dave almost. Wrong low I love the sound, so keep doing the south nine hundred and fifteen people now watching. On facebook live I'm so hot. I, can't I can't. I'm so hot. Yeah divers time. I feel really good I'm I'm still in like? Back Day people are saying. Go, Dave, go, Jenny! You can do this Jenny. Do this just really stick it in your mouth and don't swap. Don't just swallow us. He's going on day. Go make another one while. Also making when someone says, Dave is on number eight, Jenny. This is the time for you really to dig in. Right now we have one minute from right now is the completion date. Are you going to do tortoise and the hair? You're gonNA, sit back. What number are you on right nowadays? Bird! You're gonNA always one more. How do you feel physically right now? You feel woozy. You feel strong. That's good because good White Jenny. You're going to need to really make something happen here. Jenny made her way over to the pot. obeef Andy Ortega where she is trying to come back. So if Johnny if you eat this Taco? In the next forty sack thirty, second..

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Damn Debit. Where's devil went down to Georgia? It's gotta be in there somewhere. what else says this is a guy. He's out driving and stopped and saves a woman from a fire. Let's check it out here. Regardless doing what any American would. We all have to look out for each other? I noticed that there was no first responders they are and yes, there's people on the front lawn, but you never know if someone can't get out if there's a baby, your kid, so it's the right thing to do. At least go chat to make sure. Everyone got out good for him. Good News, okay! Commoner by the way dirt brought you by country hearth bread. Shout out, Jedi. Or you ready. Ready Are you ready for anybody? You know what WE'RE GONNA put our game faces on. Because Jenny and I are doing for Taco Tuesday inspired by the Nathan's hot dog, eating contest, a TACO eating contest and We're GONNA, take this break year. We gotta go I gotTA. Get the CROCK POT radio. The Hamburger, the TACO filling. We got the lettuce tomato. The TACO sauce were each gonna make ten Tacos I. Don't think either of us will be able to eat more than ten, but we'll see. We're GONNA, find out either who eats their ten, the fastest, which I don't think it's going to happen, or who can eat the most in Tan minutes me or whether Girl Jenny? Excited to say I guess pumped up. Are you ready to go? Right now who they think is gonNA. Win this petition over under Agassi let's see what they. Do tend to one odds or two to six odds. That Dave might win. I don't understand odds tax. We'll be right back. The Dave Ryan show this might be a really bad idea, but we're GONNA. Do it anyway has bad ideas have never really been against our plan anyway. Weather Girl Jenny is here. I'm here with Jenny versus Dave four a Taco eating contest now. I know it's radio and he really could. We could be taking the whole thing, but we're not. On facebook live right now, so go to facebook live. Dave, Ryan in the morning show. Up for the TACO eating contest, weather, Girl Jenny but tall, blonde athletic about five foot ten big eater they. Throw your comforter away the other day because you sour cream on. US It. I'm just throwing away, but there's a big sour cream day in on it, so yes, it needs to be thrown away. She eating a Burrito in bed is okay because it's not crumbly. Yeah Vida Taco in bed. It's crumbling crumbles in. There's going to each make very uncomfortable so I've got in front of us now each six TACO. If, we need to make seven or more than we will, and it's going to be on you on you I love that your wife is now watching also my wife is yeah. She's on facebook. Live watching because I'm sure she's going to shame you because you're going, I'm going to do. I need to show March. And then what do you do you do a talk. Inspired by the Nathan's hot dog, eating contest, the fourth of July weekend, and the fact that well we don't do. But we love tacos in. It's Taco Tuesday so Jenny's putting the final touches. Let me describe the TACOS. They are regular Ortega Taco shells, although there are four dorito Shell tacos in their little flavoring on there. Then we have TACO meat. Then we have simply tomato and Lettuce Jenny said I'm not gonna eat any cheese then. We have TACO sauce on there, too. If you want taco sauce so again, the rules are you have to complete an entire? TACO for it to count as a completed TACO, so well falls into the plate. A bunch falls into the plate. What do we do then? You're. GonNa Cookie Monster. It yeah, chew at Your Legs Cookie Monster! There's GonNa. Be Crumbs everywhere. You don't actually swallow any up. If I see more than fifteen percent of the tacos filings on your plate that it will not count now you are also responsible for counting because I'm also going to be doing video at the same time so right now you both have six. As you continue, you will make your own. TACO. wrecked. We need to continue continue, and then you will also be responsible for consuming it. Let's do our entry song ready for our entry. Song here. Steve, video, K.. You've got here. We go here by entry regard. and. Megaphone on vk. Late. A. Data on. Where they brown. Hungrier. Hasn't Minnesota where. The dairy Derek jeter is Bible. I Walter..

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Talk About Susan Ryan. Colorado, Nah, who so? So As Davis, girling Tammy, she dumped me for an Air Force Cadet Future and I was a DJ journey she was sleeping with his air, force cadet and shut me. She said she brought Oliver Stuff mall of my stuff back to my house. On you and the guy told you about it, or is that different different one Zara and so we went out. I went out with his real name Andy Short for Andrea. One night and all I could do was think about I am site I wanna go home. Argo want to do this right. And he's like really I'm like Yo just want to go home and pout and drink my period away. What do you think you should? What should you tell Callie or maybe been a situation yourself? Maybe you're in a situation right now where you're seeing two guys or two girls. Is that okay? What would you tell Kelly? Kelly has got a little bit of situation. Kelly likes this guys. She'd been seen for awhile. And he finally said Yeah, I don't really WANNA get series, but she really likes this guy this. He know how much you like him. Have you said anything like that? I really wanted to see a future I. See a family. Be done anything like that or if you've been pretty cool about it. Now! I think the moment the he started to Kinda. Cool off by I wanted to just lay low about doctors. I don't know if I'm seeing like wedding. Bells funds like that I can. My forever. Love I just think that I really liked it and I think we had something I think he's afraid to admit it. you know what I don't know about that, but okay. Maybe but I got a plan for you. Okay? During the commercials I thought of a plan. Do you WanNa hear? This other guy that you're seeing and you don't really like him as much, but he'll do until guy number one comes around round. Jealousy is such powerful emotion and I wanNA. Tell you how to use it now here we go. Okay. Take Guy Number one out to guy number two out somewhere probably somewhere to a beach or a lake where you can wear like a swimsuit, and you look super alluring for lack of a better word and he's. Is He a good looking? Guy Guy Number Tuesday. Good Looking Guy for sure Hong So. This is what you do do that. Pose I picture you now. You Got Sunglasses on your lake. Lake Minnetonka. You're a boat. You're having a great time. You do the Pos where you've got your arm around him. And you're on your hand on his chest, and you're smiling right at the camera like I liked this guy a lot. You've posted up on everything that you can post on. He'll see it. Jealousy rears its ugly head and all of a sudden. He'll be interested. What do you think? I don't know if that's GONNA. Make me feel more or less guilty, but only way you're going to get this guy. Come around thinks he's losing you right now. I thought about it. You're going over to his house to hook up so once or twice a week. How often are you hooking up with guy? Number One. Probably wants to play the so you're going over there having a good time, he's thinking. Yeah. I got no strings. Love, and right now you're going. I hope he comes around you stop doing that post. Pictures of you sprawled all over guy number two on a boat somewhere and guy number one is going to be like weird circuit or water Kelly Jenny. What do you think? Now Kelly onto that. You? Know. Bill Way that it works, you can post something with him in the background on like an inside story, you can post a picture of the two of you together with your hand on his chest that. Screams I'm in a relationship with that person. Jealous yet, I, if you're if you're looking good for covid. The big! Things aren't negative for you. I've seen it before. I was with dinner with a friend once and the girl that he was kinda seeing walked by with another guy, they weren't even on a date there on a business thing, but it was enough. It drove him. Nuts became serious. LLC Works Galley, but I could be wrong talked to him houses at Your Name House from Minneapolis. Tell me. What she? Did that terrible idea. Great Idea House good. How how long have you been single house? I'M GONNA. Go House. Are you still single and we're not talking about me? Exactly. What you want. Head! But this guy number one if he's saying he falling back and he doesn't WanNa be wholly committed. That's fine, totally fine, but the choose on how to put. Jealousy is a big thing. Don't hide it, but if he's typically add to. Oh. That was my other guy friend, and then if he's insincere or you've got a little led is got a you know be like. Insecure Jealous. That's what I said House you. Know you take a picture at the beach. Take a picture. Speech posted now. Drayton yourself all over him jealousy. How long you've been single house. Get off. What is Allie anyway? I don't know. Little a word word. Okay? Thank you. What's that they should be on. Let's talk to Max in Orna Max. What should she do what she do to get either get rid of Guy Number one get over him or to woo him over to win. Guy Number One. What do you think? The I. I'm not here to tell her what to do, but I just think she's. She keeps saying she feels guilty I feel guilty so I. think she needs to make a change, so she can be happy with herself. Because the guilt is probably the pro is the guilt the biggest problem would you say Kelly or is the biggest problem the fact that you don't have guy number one fulltime. No, yeah I don't really WANNA be with the first guy, but yeah, it's it's the guilt. I've never done this before, so it feels really not in my nature, you know. Okay. Let's go to Gina in red wing. What do you think she should do? I'll give you the missed the story this, Kelly. She'd been dating a guy guys that are not really to get serious, so she still goes over to hook up with him a couple of times a week, but now she seen a new guy that she likes, but he's not really that interesting, and she doesn't Hook up with him. She feels guilty. What should she do Gina? I think she should move on and. Remove herself from the whole situation and attract tractor right guy. So get rid of both of them. That's always good advice. It's like Oh. You put out. Played Games in relation. Yeah, do you ever liked like somebody? But you pretend you don't like him, so he'll like you even more. You ever done that before. Years Ago I've been married for. Twenty five years and I'm getting divorced so I'm the last person you should probably get advice from Fudd, but you've been through it all though rows. Can I tell you though Chino? When when I spent Julie Julie was way out of my league, and Julie would come to like these parties. The station through and I liked her as crazy about her, but I didn't want to let on. Because every I was crazy about Julie. She was used to guys throwing them at her. She was way more. More tracks way more attracted the knees. I pretended like I never saw her. I talked to somebody else Julie would stand behind them like over their shoulder to try to get my attention like she just happened to wander over there, and I would try really hard not to look at her, and it worked because I just made her like jealous, but it's a weird line where it's like you'd WanNa make them too jealous. Because at the same time you can find out that they're a little bit. The controlling and crazy like I can't. Find, that word weathergirl Janney. I will say everyone tax. To ditch guy number one. There is one person that says that she is the exception to the rule where that person did not commit, and now they are married, but that is one person out of about thirty. We've gotten who have said. Him He is not going to commit to you so I think. Leaning towards lagging him more than guy number two, then, maybe Gina, who was just on the phone has just start fresh. That might be next move and get rid of that guilty feeling. Made a lot of sense, there's problem spend the next six months thinking about guy number one good point and you're gonNA. Regret the fact that you did not take my advice Dave's advice post. The Lake Selfie your arm around him. You're both swimsuits. You got your hand on his chest. You Got Sunglasses on. You're looking.

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"ryan" Discussed on Absurdity with Ryan Becker

Absurdity with Ryan Becker

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on Absurdity with Ryan Becker

"Be helpful to just give them some of the ways in which that can add to the painter confusion infusion so oftentimes people don't speak about. Did you get a job offer. They'll ask you. Did you get a call and when you say it in that way what it it does to young impressionable men and women is that it makes you feel like oh either God called me or not. But it's not really that it's a job offer because for for those of us like Ryan and I who have a commitment and a calling to edifying and helping spiritual growth happen my status as an employees of a denomination or is it doesn't change that. Yeah and I say that knowing that it's true but my gut still gets. Because it's there's something about out being able to be fully associated identified with the denomination that for someone like me does something it provides a sense of validity and in the end and a communal support. That means something and I know that it's abstract and maybe should it mean as much as it does but it does and it's just the reality so those are some of the ways in which you kind of grow into understanding what it means to work for the seventh. They haven't his church urge. And you have this language like calling. Did you get a call versus. Did you get a job. Offer then can become confusing and painful when you don't get a quote unquote call which is just the job offer. Well and then you've got you've also got the structure side of it because hiring for us is a little bit more centralized than further denominations. Because it's it's not a local church. You're not a local church higher. In most cases you are a conference higher so conference wolf anything. Literature tires are maybe looked down upon. Yeah absolutely there are or less opportunities for them unfortunately.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Know everyone is right on top of each other and the truth. There's like most of the big picture decisions or creations or or or work that we do when you think about where it came from. It wasn't like in in a busy coffee shop. It was quietly i. I came up for the book. I'm GonNa Right next. I came up with on the beach vacation right like I was not totally alone own but I was alone and away from the vast majority of distractions that usually would would prevent me from thinking about this and so people have to have in some ways the confidence in the strength to go like no I know you probably think I should spend the next week at the office but actually the best investment I can make myself in this business. Business is still a hunting trip or go on a week bike ride or you know just just stay at home for a few days like if if the leader of an organization is not taking time to sit quietly by themselves to think big picture. WHO's doing it? You know the janitors not doing it. Yeah I thought that was. It was pretty telling that Bill Gates goes out there and he doesn't I mean I guess he does do some of the mostly reads as well as that. What you found out is is reading and he reads? Books is a lot of academic papers and he. He's not white affirmative. She's sending emails in his writing. Memos like he's very engage but he's just doing it in a fundamentally different context than you could from even the CEO's office or even from the founders office how how would you recommend someone find time for solitude when they're like listen Ryan like love you but I'm just trying to pay the bills you know I'm like you know I've got a Oh you know forty plus our job kids like wh where does one find you know no. We can't take a certainly. I can't take seven days off. My wife would kill me. Brian Court Cabin for seven days. No definitely would you recommend Ivan the easiest place to get solitude and silence is is in the mornings like just wake up a little bit earlier I again again as someone who has young kids. Okay I will give it six fifteen this morning because that's when my son woke up but thankfully I have a job. Result is a little bit easier and I can afford help and he does the daycare but I could have gotten up at five thirty and had you know forty five minutes to stink or pray or work out or do any of those things and so you you like. Let's say you already work out an hour a day With your someone who goes to the gym every day. Reorient your schedule so instead of doing it from five five to six PM where the work is ongoing. You're getting emails other people are around. It's busy it's bright outside to it from five to six. AM It might change when you go to bed. You're going to be much more present for that experience. You're going to get more out of it because your phone's not going would be going off. You won't have already started your day. You don't like the morning is the easiest place before everyone wakes up before the amounts have come in before the schedule. Oh has started. I think that's the best place to get solitude and silence. Yeah Kalemie. I love sleep so much I just like I have to wake up at seven every morning to take care of my my little girl and Kinda get the routine going and I'm just like every morning on Mike Is. Let's take one more hour. I mean what what I what I do. It's not like so. I take the mentioned this earlier but we go for this long. So this morning we buy We did like eight miles per hour. We CBS last the House votes still a little bit. Dark Karma got back. It was bright outs. So I'm not technically in complete solitude but I was riding up and down at dirt road road It's just me. It was just him. We watched the sun come up like that. That was like a profoundly meditative. immersive experience ends that Sen.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Know everyone is right on top of each other and the truth. There's like most of the big picture decisions or creations or or or work that we do when you think about where it came from. It wasn't like in in a busy coffee shop. It was quietly i. I came up for the book. I'm GonNa Right next. I came up with on the beach vacation right like I was not totally alone own but I was alone and away from the vast majority of distractions that usually would would prevent me from thinking about this and so people have to have in some ways the confidence in the strength to go like no I know you probably think I should spend the next week at the office but actually the best investment I can make myself in this business. Business is still a hunting trip or go on a week bike ride or you know just just stay at home for a few days like if if the leader of an organization is not taking time to sit quietly by themselves to think big picture. WHO's doing it? You know the janitors not doing it. Yeah I thought that was. It was pretty telling that Bill Gates goes out there and he doesn't I mean I guess he does do some of the mostly reads as well as that. What you found out is is reading and he reads? Books is a lot of academic papers and he. He's not white affirmative. She's sending emails in his writing. Memos like he's very engage but he's just doing it in a fundamentally different context than you could from even the CEO's office or even from the founders office how how would you recommend someone find time for solitude when they're like listen Ryan like love you but I'm just trying to pay the bills you know I'm like you know I've got a Oh you know forty plus our job kids like wh where does one find you know no. We can't take a certainly. I can't take seven days off. My wife would kill me. Brian Court Cabin for seven days. No definitely would you recommend Ivan the easiest place to get solitude and silence is is in the mornings like just wake up a little bit earlier I again again as someone who has young kids. Okay I will give it six fifteen this morning because that's when my son woke up but thankfully I have a job. Result is a little bit easier and I can afford help and he does the daycare but I could have gotten up at five thirty and had you know forty five minutes to stink or pray or work out or do any of those things and so you you like. Let's say you already work out an hour a day With your someone who goes to the gym every day. Reorient your schedule so instead of doing it from five five to six PM where the work is ongoing. You're getting emails other people are around. It's busy it's bright outside to it from five to six. AM It might change when you go to bed. You're going to be much more present for that experience. You're going to get more out of it because your phone's not going would be going off. You won't have already started your day. You don't like the morning is the easiest place before everyone wakes up before the amounts have come in before the schedule. Oh has started. I think that's the best place to get solitude and silence. Yeah Kalemie. I love sleep so much I just like I have to wake up at seven every morning to take care of my my little girl and Kinda get the routine going and I'm just like every morning on Mike Is. Let's take one more hour. I mean what what I what I do. It's not like so. I take the mentioned this earlier but we go for this long. So this morning we buy We did like eight miles per hour. We CBS last the House votes still a little bit. Dark Karma got back. It was bright outs. So I'm not technically in complete solitude but I was riding up and down at dirt road road It's just me. It was just him. We watched the sun come up like that. That was like a profoundly meditative. immersive experience ends that Sen.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Know everyone is right on top of each other and the truth. There's like most of the big picture decisions or creations or or or work that we do when you think about where it came from. It wasn't like in in a busy coffee shop. It was quietly i. I came up for the book. I'm GonNa Right next. I came up with on the beach vacation right like I was not totally alone own but I was alone and away from the vast majority of distractions that usually would would prevent me from thinking about this and so people have to have in some ways the confidence in the strength to go like no I know you probably think I should spend the next week at the office but actually the best investment I can make myself in this business. Business is still a hunting trip or go on a week bike ride or you know just just stay at home for a few days like if if the leader of an organization is not taking time to sit quietly by themselves to think big picture. WHO's doing it? You know the janitors not doing it. Yeah I thought that was. It was pretty telling that Bill Gates goes out there and he doesn't I mean I guess he does do some of the mostly reads as well as that. What you found out is is reading and he reads? Books is a lot of academic papers and he. He's not white affirmative. She's sending emails in his writing. Memos like he's very engage but he's just doing it in a fundamentally different context than you could from even the CEO's office or even from the founders office how how would you recommend someone find time for solitude when they're like listen Ryan like love you but I'm just trying to pay the bills you know I'm like you know I've got a Oh you know forty plus our job kids like wh where does one find you know no. We can't take a certainly. I can't take seven days off. My wife would kill me. Brian Court Cabin for seven days. No definitely would you recommend Ivan the easiest place to get solitude and silence is is in the mornings like just wake up a little bit earlier I again again as someone who has young kids. Okay I will give it six fifteen this morning because that's when my son woke up but thankfully I have a job. Result is a little bit easier and I can afford help and he does the daycare but I could have gotten up at five thirty and had you know forty five minutes to stink or pray or work out or do any of those things and so you you like. Let's say you already work out an hour a day With your someone who goes to the gym every day. Reorient your schedule so instead of doing it from five five to six PM where the work is ongoing. You're getting emails other people are around. It's busy it's bright outside to it from five to six. AM It might change when you go to bed. You're going to be much more present for that experience. You're going to get more out of it because your phone's not going would be going off. You won't have already started your day. You don't like the morning is the easiest place before everyone wakes up before the amounts have come in before the schedule. Oh has started. I think that's the best place to get solitude and silence. Yeah Kalemie. I love sleep so much I just like I have to wake up at seven every morning to take care of my my little girl and Kinda get the routine going and I'm just like every morning on Mike Is. Let's take one more hour. I mean what what I what I do. It's not like so. I take the mentioned this earlier but we go for this long. So this morning we buy We did like eight miles per hour. We CBS last the House votes still a little bit. Dark Karma got back. It was bright outs. So I'm not technically in complete solitude but I was riding up and down at dirt road road It's just me. It was just him. We watched the sun come up like that. That was like a profoundly meditative. immersive experience ends that Sen.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"I already said that in all ready complained blamed about that. And you know like having fresh prompts you to put something in I think is a pretty powerful thing. Go to your point about devout devices Obviously not to diss the the opposite sound interesting. One of the reasons I use paper journals and I made a journal for days call. So that has the prompts but one of the reasons I'm really bullish about a paper journals is the tactile experience great. But what I've tried to do in my part of my daily routine is pushed back. Whatever my first interaction with with with my phone is and so? I don't use the phone as an alarm clock. I go for a walk and I don't take it with me. Even though there might be cool photos to take you know then I go up and journal. I WANNA use that when I check my calendar for the first time I wanted to be on the desktop because I've sat sat down to work not on my phone at breakfast so I like I think I do have a somewhat old school argument and now of like just because your phone can do. It doesn't mean you should to it under phone. No I agree. Yeah this is this is actually what I do. is I- quarantine-off. Certain things like I don't have even those. Jor The journal. APP works on my phone. I don't have it on my phone. Only have it on my ipad that has a keyboard And then on my IPAD. I don't have anything else. Turn off almost everything. All the notifications are turned off. Like everything is off of that. There's no calendar under in like that is. Were my drawing APPS. Are you know 'cause I can use the pencil and so if I want like to. Sketch Ideas For one journal. So it's very very much a device for creativity and not one for distraction email and everything else but Yeah that's kind of by design but I'm one hundred percent with you like if you it's so easy if you have an APP like that on your phone you'd be like okay. I'm done with that now off instagram or off to her. Whatever so it's mm-hmm it's like once you have that devise open? It can lead to all different types of temptation. So I'm I'm very I. I tried to like you know firewall. That stuff low bit totally in in the mind section. You have a whole topic round cultivating silence. Can you talk about that a bit. Yeah I one of the reasons I don't live in your city. Aside is that I just couldn't stand how noisy was like. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night like jarred because I hate those trucks where it's like a dumpster on the back of the truck you know and they go through an intersection in the sort of the dumpster comes up that smacks down like the all the noise like in my chest cavity comedy and and now when I go back to New York having like now I live out in the country and then I just realized what the fact that the sensory overload I was experiencing so I think generally people live lives. That are waging Totally unnatural environment. But then I think we're also just generally afraid of silence so people are like yeah. I wake up put on headphones and I start listening to podcasts on two x speed and And then go straight like you're like wow you never had like any moments of silence throughout the day like you you you had noise been injured body at every the available a second and then of course you don't make great decisions and of course you feel on edge and of course you have less patients than then you you otherwise might and of course you miss a lot of the wonderful things that are happening. Because you're just you've to tune them all out and gave a talk in Helsinki a couple couple years ago when I was walking around. There's this weird building and I walked into it and I'm forgetting the name of it but it's basically a a nondenominational almost nonreligious church and it's like completely silent. That's it's called the Church of silence and everything in it is about muting. Sounds so like the door. War doesn't make any noise and no one's allowed to talk and there's no it's just like this wonderful building that you just walk in and it's like completely silent island what you find when you have that. Silence is what John Cage found The the experimental composer is that when you remove all these external noises you start to share noises. That you didn't even know existed in Yorkshire you're GONNA share your own body and you realize that you've the keeping that at a distance. Yeah in in you know. What's funny is I find that once? You can quiet the mind in that way. So many people think I think that It will make them less productive and I find it to be the absolute opposite and that you are more creative and clearheaded. When you you can get into that you know have a little bit of a break in a little bit of peace you know? I think you said it in your book but there was something about you know. There's a reason why so. Many great ideas happened in the shower our yeah. Do you WanNa talk about that a bit. Yes I am my my routine sort of goes along these lines like what I do. Is I take a long walk doc. In the morning before I start my day I take my son or sometimes. We'd do a bike riding bikes to ride a bike trailer. But the point is we go outside. We're not listening to music music. Only thing I hear is him talking and then when I start my day I work and You know I try to keep things mostly silent. I turn off alert say I I like to work in the dark often but then in the afternoon I do some form of exercise that God runner I swim and I find. It's Austin that the really good ideas come when I'm like actively trying not tour and it's sort of humbling me realize like oh the mind is one of its own thin. When you're trying China's sort of consciously control all the time maybe you get eighty percent of what it's capable of and then oftentimes it's when you're not thinking about it at all When you've completely let go your present that you get these gifts of inciter inspiration or connection that you never would have considered an and I I got his like each one of my books are very specific words that I remember just just popping into my head? I don't know where I wasn't working. And they became an but the intro to the obstacles away came to me as I was running up the east side of Manhattan along the along the river at at like eleven o'clock at night and so it's it's just it's not about. What can you should squeeze out of your minds of nuns? It's what what what is allowed to happen. Yeah you go into a few routines in the book. Cover Fred Rogers of Mister Rogers like routine eighteen. which I thought was fascinating? He makes an hour available every morning for silence are he did you know which was I guess he was. He was devoted. US doing prayer at at the same time right. That was kind of his own little meditation the morning. I think people should start to think of prayer as a more Western form of meditation. Like it wasn't GonNa go apprai- because it's good for me but it that there when you read the routines of really religious people or or holy people you you find if they had these long periods of silence and solitude and sort of meditative exploration and obviously they believe. I believe there was a a you know a sort of a deeper spiritual part of that but I think that the Schuman state that they are getting in is very similar to what all all of the philosophical schools are pursuant. You know. I'm really really curious about that. I have never done the research but I'm curious have you have you looked into what prayer historically was like when you think about you know like the biblical sense in the Lord's prayer and there was a mention of Jesus going often in kind of like you know praying into the night like yeah. It was that more of a meditative kind of repetition like Some type of You know thinking that they would say over again or was it a juno. What the contents of those types of prayers were back then? Historically I think there's a there's a Awadh variation because it was up to the individual but you do see there's there's the some people who would just repeat the hill Mary over and over again or they just go through a Their Rosary you had other people who might have sort of almost long dialogues and then there are other people who were they say. They spent an hour in prayer. They meant you know sort of sitting there quietly reading their Bible so I think it's all and then obviously there's orders of monks that would do chance. There's obviously singing for some in different phase. So I think it's all over the place but when it it it's about sort of it's about practice right not in the like the sports since it's about practice in Mike ritual and repetition and and and giving oneself over to a kind of a pursuit that's just fundamentally different than the state of mind were in when we are working or Trying to make money or relaxing axeing or or or sleeping. Just it's its own sort of state and I think one of the sad parts of the decline of religion obviously see there. I am not a particularly religious person. Mostly agnostic so. I'm not like you know bemoaning the decline of organized religion but I think that was adding some structure and that experience into a lot of people's lives and has some people feel adrift risk. Having lost that can see how especially some of the. The repetition is almost like very eastern in a sense of. It's almost like a mantra based meditation. Tation away right. It's going to your brain into that place. I I had taken transcendental meditation courses and after doing some research. I'm not a big Fan on the organization his Asia but I will say the the technique of Mantra based meditation. I found to be some of the most powerful out there was especially when when done for at length. You Know Our plus Really really puts you into a deep state pretty quickly have you. Have you experimented with mantra base. Meditation I've done a little bit of meditation here or there is probably seems weird for someone to write a book about stillness not to be a sort of a big fan of meditation but is actually deliberate in the book. I wanted to write a book about Tis idea and not. Just give the same solution that I feel like everyone gives and like the research shows that like people just most people just don't seem to want to meditate right like even as overwhelming as the. Ask the pros us into be. It seems to be asking something. If people that they're they're not super inclined to give and so one of the things I served taken from this as a marketer and as a thinker. It's like okay. Well we'll don't just continue to to sort a beat the same drum and so what I what I wanted to do in the book was go okay. What are other ways to get stillness? Because you know it's it's lake if you were talking to a really really unhealthy obese person and you could give them all sorts of weightlifting techniques and you could tell l. them about their macro nutrition and their micro nutrition and you can tell them all these different things that they they should be doing if they want it to be healthy or you could be like look. Why don't we? Why don't we go from one whole bag of Oreos till it back like? Why don't we just like? Why don't we just start by not eating candy for breakfast? And so I think there's a lot of people who would benefit from meditation but like even if they were meditating.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Everybody Kevin Rose here. Welcome back to another episode of the Kevin. Rochelle follow me up on Instagram at Kevin rose. I'm really excited to have Ryan holiday back on the PODCAST. He was on on. Probably ten. Or fifteen episodes ago He's the author of several amazing books. He goes the enemy is probably my personal favorite but he also put out obstacles away which is another great book and now his new book which we're talking about today is called stillness. Is the key in this book. We talk about combining mind spirit embodied in a very kind of ballistic way to create the sense of inner personal stillness We cover journaling cover. How to cultivate silence we we also talked about the personal habits of the Winston Churchill? Talk about John. F. Kennedy a little Bit Tiger Woods He really is good incorporating these stories piece of other really famous people on how they were able to create the silence into his his writings. Still Philosophy as well is in the book In the moving onto the body we talked about saying no Taking a walk in the forest and forest bathing which I'm a big fan of Seeking solitude and the importance of getting great sleep so we cover a whole gamut of different topics here. A lot of really good insights are in this book. So I know you're going to enjoy this podcast This is Ryan holiday. Thanks for being on the show Ryan I appreciate it. Jeff course thanks for having me. I'm glad the at the bus. This is awesome. Yeah yeah it was I was one of those things. Where when you're a dad is always hard to find time so I got you know almost halfway through the book and then thank you for sending audio files because I was able to multitask and juggle? You know an almost two year old with listening to audio. So that's always nice. It's funny because I think when people saying you know obviously the books about stillness but when they think about these sort of philosophical ideas I think they think about them in the Mr to bury abstract or they think think about him as like becoming a monk or whatever to me it's like how do you manage having two euro 'cause I so having either three year your old and a like a four months old and so like all the ideas in the book At most of my writing. Now that's the primary Lens through which I'm looking at things eggs like. How do you manage to do anything of? It's the complete chaos and uncertainty that is having a small tyrant. Live with you. Yeah it's it's so true. It's funny as building a meditation APP called Oak. And we've been working on it for the last couple of years and the idea was just to have a free alternative to a lot of the stuff stuff that was out there and we started adding more complexity in internally. We're testing out. Doing you know like a live video version where you'd have like a live instructor. ONSCREEN and build the Greek people's are coming in and we never launched it because the feedback. We guys that people are just like the average person is like I don't even have ten minutes. I don't have time to be still bill. I don't need the added complexity of having to schedule a meditation and figure out how to make sure it's buffering the right way and you know so shirts it you forget That people are you know with kids and everything else going on that. They're really crunched for time. But you know the the way I wanNA start off with this interview is. I'm always curious. Yes you know. I Love Your books and I've been obviously you know obstacles away. Ego's the enemy had been a big fan of everything that you've been writing What insights did you have? Have this time around. That brought you to writing this book like what was that a ha moment. You're like okay. I've I've figured out something new that I gotta put it down and actually produce something thing. I think the big connection or light bulb that the created the book. Was this idea that still. This appears here is in both Western and eastern philosophy far enough back that we can be pretty confident that they came to independently when we think of Western philosophy. We think of it as the antithesis of eastern philosophy in a lot of ways particularly the sort of creek and Roman philosophy because they're so active and it's almost militaristic and and it was used by. You know these people that we think are very differently than we think of Buddha or or you know someone that we would describe as then and so the the idea that there was a connection sort of set off this complete sort of re understanding ending or new understanding of Stoicism for me. I mean even just the word stillness like an appears in Marcus realistic over and over again. And I'd read the Book Probably Thirty or forty forty times and I just never noticed it because I wasn't looking for it. And so that the big breakthrough in the book is the idea that pretty much not just the eastern and Western philosophies but even the religions and all the traditions sort of hold this idea of stillness up as like the primary. Sorry in of what we're trying to accomplish. It's it's a millions Annan end but like if you were to sort of describe like your stereotypical wise man from from east. Your stereotypical wise men from the West. If you're a described Jesus and socrates and you realize you're just like describing the same person with like slightly different close right. Yeah that is like the the foundation that I think that they would all certainly agree on. You know it's just that idea that stillness and the connection action evolutionary. I was like. Oh there's all these different species that do really similar things but they don't share a common ancestor but it. It shows the responding to some fundamental part of their environment. And I think that's the conclusion that I came to philosophically as the like they just involved volved. The schools evolved to the same the same truth by from from different circumstances. In when you think about your urea that's I'm GONNA pick up this book and you think about how you know. Some of US have certainly lost our way. I mean I I I feel like the stimulation and everything that we have in our lives. These days is is just even so much different than when I was a kid. Where did we go wrong? Like what. What is what they have figured out that we don't today? Yeah it is is weird. 'cause I I have a quote from Blaise Pascal. At the beginning of the book and he says all of humanity's problems stem from our inability to sit quietly in a room room alone and now he's said that like six hundred years ago or five hundred years ago so I'm not sure if I we definitely have gone wrong but I think it's also interesting when you look backwards you like. Oh wait blink. People always been struggling with this. And and there's a there's one letter from Seneca which I opened. Open the INTRO. The book with where Senecas like in this. Basically this apartment in Rome. And he's trying to write and he's talking about all the distractions now. His distractions distractions are not digital. You know he's not like and then. I have instagram posts and I have text messages. You know but he's he's like it's noisy outside and this vendor won't stop shouting and there's Hope someone's getting arrested and and I can hear my neighbors moving and and and this there's this construction and he's like it's so so hard I can't focus and and you're like oh like it. What looking backwards? Rome wasn't dislike or Greece Greece. 'cause I obviously we see Rome as being a bit more modern but like the ancient world. Wasn't this magical peaceful place where no one no one was ever bothered. You know no one ever like no. There were gossips and there was breaking news and there was there were mobs and and there was you know so annoying neighbors and there were people who scraped their teeth on four. You know. There's all the things that drives.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Everybody Kevin Rose here. Welcome back to another episode of the Kevin. Rochelle follow me up on Instagram at Kevin rose. I'm really excited to have Ryan holiday back on the PODCAST. He was on on. Probably ten. Or fifteen episodes ago He's the author of several amazing books. He goes the enemy is probably my personal favorite but he also put out obstacles away which is another great book and now his new book which we're talking about today is called stillness. Is the key in this book. We talk about combining mind spirit embodied in a very kind of ballistic way to create the sense of inner personal stillness We cover journaling cover. How to cultivate silence we we also talked about the personal habits of the Winston Churchill? Talk about John. F. Kennedy a little Bit Tiger Woods He really is good incorporating these stories piece of other really famous people on how they were able to create the silence into his his writings. Still Philosophy as well is in the book In the moving onto the body we talked about saying no Taking a walk in the forest and forest bathing which I'm a big fan of Seeking solitude and the importance of getting great sleep so we cover a whole gamut of different topics here. A lot of really good insights are in this book. So I know you're going to enjoy this podcast This is Ryan holiday. Thanks for being on the show Ryan I appreciate it. Jeff course thanks for having me. I'm glad the at the bus. This is awesome. Yeah yeah it was I was one of those things. Where when you're a dad is always hard to find time so I got you know almost halfway through the book and then thank you for sending audio files because I was able to multitask and juggle? You know an almost two year old with listening to audio. So that's always nice. It's funny because I think when people saying you know obviously the books about stillness but when they think about these sort of philosophical ideas I think they think about them in the Mr to bury abstract or they think think about him as like becoming a monk or whatever to me it's like how do you manage having two euro 'cause I so having either three year your old and a like a four months old and so like all the ideas in the book At most of my writing. Now that's the primary Lens through which I'm looking at things eggs like. How do you manage to do anything of? It's the complete chaos and uncertainty that is having a small tyrant. Live with you. Yeah it's it's so true. It's funny as building a meditation APP called Oak. And we've been working on it for the last couple of years and the idea was just to have a free alternative to a lot of the stuff stuff that was out there and we started adding more complexity in internally. We're testing out. Doing you know like a live video version where you'd have like a live instructor. ONSCREEN and build the Greek people's are coming in and we never launched it because the feedback. We guys that people are just like the average person is like I don't even have ten minutes. I don't have time to be still bill. I don't need the added complexity of having to schedule a meditation and figure out how to make sure it's buffering the right way and you know so shirts it you forget That people are you know with kids and everything else going on that. They're really crunched for time. But you know the the way I wanNA start off with this interview is. I'm always curious. Yes you know. I Love Your books and I've been obviously you know obstacles away. Ego's the enemy had been a big fan of everything that you've been writing What insights did you have? Have this time around. That brought you to writing this book like what was that a ha moment. You're like okay. I've I've figured out something new that I gotta put it down and actually produce something thing. I think the big connection or light bulb that the created the book. Was this idea that still. This appears here is in both Western and eastern philosophy far enough back that we can be pretty confident that they came to independently when we think of Western philosophy. We think of it as the antithesis of eastern philosophy in a lot of ways particularly the sort of creek and Roman philosophy because they're so active and it's almost militaristic and and it was used by. You know these people that we think are very differently than we think of Buddha or or you know someone that we would describe as then and so the the idea that there was a connection sort of set off this complete sort of re understanding ending or new understanding of Stoicism for me. I mean even just the word stillness like an appears in Marcus realistic over and over again. And I'd read the Book Probably Thirty or forty forty times and I just never noticed it because I wasn't looking for it. And so that the big breakthrough in the book is the idea that pretty much not just the eastern and Western philosophies but even the religions and all the traditions sort of hold this idea of stillness up as like the primary. Sorry in of what we're trying to accomplish. It's it's a millions Annan end but like if you were to sort of describe like your stereotypical wise man from from east. Your stereotypical wise men from the West. If you're a described Jesus and socrates and you realize you're just like describing the same person with like slightly different close right. Yeah that is like the the foundation that I think that they would all certainly agree on. You know it's just that idea that stillness and the connection action evolutionary. I was like. Oh there's all these different species that do really similar things but they don't share a common ancestor but it. It shows the responding to some fundamental part of their environment. And I think that's the conclusion that I came to philosophically as the like they just involved volved. The schools evolved to the same the same truth by from from different circumstances. In when you think about your urea that's I'm GONNA pick up this book and you think about how you know. Some of US have certainly lost our way. I mean I I I feel like the stimulation and everything that we have in our lives. These days is is just even so much different than when I was a kid. Where did we go wrong? Like what. What is what they have figured out that we don't today? Yeah it is is weird. 'cause I I have a quote from Blaise Pascal. At the beginning of the book and he says all of humanity's problems stem from our inability to sit quietly in a room room alone and now he's said that like six hundred years ago or five hundred years ago so I'm not sure if I we definitely have gone wrong but I think it's also interesting when you look backwards you like. Oh wait blink. People always been struggling with this. And and there's a there's one letter from Seneca which I opened. Open the INTRO. The book with where Senecas like in this. Basically this apartment in Rome. And he's trying to write and he's talking about all the distractions now. His distractions distractions are not digital. You know he's not like and then. I have instagram posts and I have text messages. You know but he's he's like it's noisy outside and this vendor won't stop shouting and there's Hope someone's getting arrested and and I can hear my neighbors moving and and and this there's this construction and he's like it's so so hard I can't focus and and you're like oh like it. What looking backwards? Rome wasn't dislike or Greece Greece. 'cause I obviously we see Rome as being a bit more modern but like the ancient world. Wasn't this magical peaceful place where no one no one was ever bothered. You know no one ever like no. There were gossips and there was breaking news and there was there were mobs and and there was you know so annoying neighbors and there were people who scraped their teeth on four. You know. There's all the things that drives.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Everybody Kevin Rose here. Welcome back to another episode of the Kevin. Rochelle follow me up on Instagram at Kevin rose. I'm really excited to have Ryan holiday back on the PODCAST. He was on on. Probably ten. Or fifteen episodes ago He's the author of several amazing books. He goes the enemy is probably my personal favorite but he also put out obstacles away which is another great book and now his new book which we're talking about today is called stillness. Is the key in this book. We talk about combining mind spirit embodied in a very kind of ballistic way to create the sense of inner personal stillness We cover journaling cover. How to cultivate silence we we also talked about the personal habits of the Winston Churchill? Talk about John. F. Kennedy a little Bit Tiger Woods He really is good incorporating these stories piece of other really famous people on how they were able to create the silence into his his writings. Still Philosophy as well is in the book In the moving onto the body we talked about saying no Taking a walk in the forest and forest bathing which I'm a big fan of Seeking solitude and the importance of getting great sleep so we cover a whole gamut of different topics here. A lot of really good insights are in this book. So I know you're going to enjoy this podcast This is Ryan holiday. Thanks for being on the show Ryan I appreciate it. Jeff course thanks for having me. I'm glad the at the bus. This is awesome. Yeah yeah it was I was one of those things. Where when you're a dad is always hard to find time so I got you know almost halfway through the book and then thank you for sending audio files because I was able to multitask and juggle? You know an almost two year old with listening to audio. So that's always nice. It's funny because I think when people saying you know obviously the books about stillness but when they think about these sort of philosophical ideas I think they think about them in the Mr to bury abstract or they think think about him as like becoming a monk or whatever to me it's like how do you manage having two euro 'cause I so having either three year your old and a like a four months old and so like all the ideas in the book At most of my writing. Now that's the primary Lens through which I'm looking at things eggs like. How do you manage to do anything of? It's the complete chaos and uncertainty that is having a small tyrant. Live with you. Yeah it's it's so true. It's funny as building a meditation APP called Oak. And we've been working on it for the last couple of years and the idea was just to have a free alternative to a lot of the stuff stuff that was out there and we started adding more complexity in internally. We're testing out. Doing you know like a live video version where you'd have like a live instructor. ONSCREEN and build the Greek people's are coming in and we never launched it because the feedback. We guys that people are just like the average person is like I don't even have ten minutes. I don't have time to be still bill. I don't need the added complexity of having to schedule a meditation and figure out how to make sure it's buffering the right way and you know so shirts it you forget That people are you know with kids and everything else going on that. They're really crunched for time. But you know the the way I wanNA start off with this interview is. I'm always curious. Yes you know. I Love Your books and I've been obviously you know obstacles away. Ego's the enemy had been a big fan of everything that you've been writing What insights did you have? Have this time around. That brought you to writing this book like what was that a ha moment. You're like okay. I've I've figured out something new that I gotta put it down and actually produce something thing. I think the big connection or light bulb that the created the book. Was this idea that still. This appears here is in both Western and eastern philosophy far enough back that we can be pretty confident that they came to independently when we think of Western philosophy. We think of it as the antithesis of eastern philosophy in a lot of ways particularly the sort of creek and Roman philosophy because they're so active and it's almost militaristic and and it was used by. You know these people that we think are very differently than we think of Buddha or or you know someone that we would describe as then and so the the idea that there was a connection sort of set off this complete sort of re understanding ending or new understanding of Stoicism for me. I mean even just the word stillness like an appears in Marcus realistic over and over again. And I'd read the Book Probably Thirty or forty forty times and I just never noticed it because I wasn't looking for it. And so that the big breakthrough in the book is the idea that pretty much not just the eastern and Western philosophies but even the religions and all the traditions sort of hold this idea of stillness up as like the primary. Sorry in of what we're trying to accomplish. It's it's a millions Annan end but like if you were to sort of describe like your stereotypical wise man from from east. Your stereotypical wise men from the West. If you're a described Jesus and socrates and you realize you're just like describing the same person with like slightly different close right. Yeah that is like the the foundation that I think that they would all certainly agree on. You know it's just that idea that stillness and the connection action evolutionary. I was like. Oh there's all these different species that do really similar things but they don't share a common ancestor but it. It shows the responding to some fundamental part of their environment. And I think that's the conclusion that I came to philosophically as the like they just involved volved. The schools evolved to the same the same truth by from from different circumstances. In when you think about your urea that's I'm GONNA pick up this book and you think about how you know. Some of US have certainly lost our way. I mean I I I feel like the stimulation and everything that we have in our lives. These days is is just even so much different than when I was a kid. Where did we go wrong? Like what. What is what they have figured out that we don't today? Yeah it is is weird. 'cause I I have a quote from Blaise Pascal. At the beginning of the book and he says all of humanity's problems stem from our inability to sit quietly in a room room alone and now he's said that like six hundred years ago or five hundred years ago so I'm not sure if I we definitely have gone wrong but I think it's also interesting when you look backwards you like. Oh wait blink. People always been struggling with this. And and there's a there's one letter from Seneca which I opened. Open the INTRO. The book with where Senecas like in this. Basically this apartment in Rome. And he's trying to write and he's talking about all the distractions now. His distractions distractions are not digital. You know he's not like and then. I have instagram posts and I have text messages. You know but he's he's like it's noisy outside and this vendor won't stop shouting and there's Hope someone's getting arrested and and I can hear my neighbors moving and and and this there's this construction and he's like it's so so hard I can't focus and and you're like oh like it. What looking backwards? Rome wasn't dislike or Greece Greece. 'cause I obviously we see Rome as being a bit more modern but like the ancient world. Wasn't this magical peaceful place where no one no one was ever bothered. You know no one ever like no. There were gossips and there was breaking news and there was there were mobs and and there was you know so annoying neighbors and there were people who scraped their teeth on four. You know. There's all the things that drives.

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"ryan" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ryan" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"You know you know what i'm going to give him a shot you know he young guy i'm young guy you know all this what's really starting to pissed me off is that i'm getting older and he's staying the same age and i'm realizing that like the older i get less and less people are telling me how young i am and so all these things are bothering me but i do think it's amazing what what a what ryan is cheat and building this community and and really in putting on on this event the very first event that we did trapping divergent summit had about half the people that were at this one and so amazing amazing work that he's done to build this communities let's give him another big around the process for that is truly really impressive so my name is ryan dice how many you guys have no idea who i am perfect i'm going to assume that you don't care who i am so i'm going to dispense with some of the with the introductions if you're interested at the end i can maybe tell you some more about me but portable i'm gonna talk about today's he is the importance of building guy you in advance and and a big aspect of that is the acknowledgement that no one cares who you are in so you first explain why you deserve to exist i in particular this dichotomy in and really decide this idea someone talk about branding that's cells but but this distinction between direct response and branding in particular so i on digital marketercom and digital market outcome we talk about digital marketing weird if we talked about anything else right so digital market itcom we take all the cool stuff that we figure out running all of the other companies that we run and gets one of the things that makes us different lots of people talk about digital marketing the difference with us as we actually do digital marketing.

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