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"sof" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Two Democrats Jonah Sof and Raphael Warnock. Access Steve Harrigan. Some Trump supporters not satisfied with the election process in Georgia, urging Republicans not to vote. The president remains hopeful the results of his election can be overturned in Georgia. Another lawsuit filed their claims election laws were violated thousands of times. Ah, lawsuit alleging fraud in Nevada has been dismissed by a judge. The president's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, says state governments need to step in Should be thrown right to the house, the House of Representatives in the sentiment and in the Senate in each state and they should hold hearings. They should make factual determinations and they should decide what the right voted sounded. Election lawsuits were also rejected in Minnesota and Michigan yesterday. Corona virus is now the leading cause of death in the U. S. As of this week. That's according to the Institute for Health metrics and Evaluation yesterday, more than 227,000 new infections were counted. That's a new record. A new stay at home order takes effect tomorrow in the San Francisco area in Santiago Mayor Kevin Faulconer calls the restrictions on fair and unsustainable. We've had businesses in my city that have been open and shut five times. The mayor speaking with Fox is Tucker Carlson, America's listening to Fox News. From.

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"sof" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

04:14 min | 5 months ago

"sof" Discussed on Between the Slides

"Produced neither can get incident management team members neither good project managers. Esther truth war competent special operations forces cannot be created after emergencies occur. Pretty much. Straightforward Incident Management Emergency Management Project Management of four trying to build people up after something's happened we didn't prep right so very much along the lines of this concept response partners should not be meeting for the first time after than happens or eight outside the the collapsed building right incident management team should way before have good local regional state federal partnerships. Right? They should have processes so if the balloon goes. Up as they say, we know how we're going to ask we know who's going to show up. We know who's going to be there who's going to do what or at least work some of that stuff out and you just got to include your partners in training and exercises and bring them to observers show what you can do. I was very fortunate on the central. Virginia Team I was on. The folks that built that team up to be a part of that as it grew to have great mentorship three part of good kind of showing what we can do opportunities through planned events and then through incidents. Big. Presidential debates all that kind of stuff and that's the thing is you gotta do it ahead of time you've got to have those relationships so that one stuff does happen you can show up and and you already kind of know each other at least know of each other. Number five. Truth five MO special operations required non s O F assistance right. So all the cool high speed you know to me, it has this goes directly to public safety. There is sexy stuff in public safety driving the fire engine with the lights and sirens on our police car the. Doing CPR this or that, but you know none of that happens without the logistics people without vehicle maintenance people without the people who pay the bills to pay for the vehicles like none of it. So same exact thing for instant management teams, you know public safety can't fill every roller should not fill every role with just public safety people write a truly. All hazards approach is going to have a bunch of different disciplines on finance people and finance you know, and you know we're kind of saturated with folks in the incident management team world with people who can put out fires casualty incidents make arrests. So that kind of stuff but what we need to do is to be more effective is do training deployment. Development opportunities for all disciplines, general government, public health healthcare, public utilities, whoever right and you have a very integrated team logistics is huge logistics doesn't have to be done by public, safety folks, Wade Logistics Public Health folks I work with that were awesome. It logistics that could have done logistics for any team I was on because it's the skill set and again. The non S O F Assistance Special, operations forces recognized that the tip of the spear folks in the night vision that are out there taking out bad guys or snatching them up they can't do what they do without the whole machine that's behind him right and they recognize it, and so for instance, management teams same thing you can't deploy, you can't be operate. Tactical with all your stuff without all the people that are getting you the stuff that are that are doing the paperwork that are driving vehicles. So teams need to remember that while we want to do the high-speed stuff, we've got to really take care of the people who are making it happen. So I hope this was a little insightful checkout that video it's still up. I haven't checked for Awhile Special Forces the fight against terror on Amazon prime. Again, just thinking about these troops in the thought of what you do for me, I wrote this originally for incident management teams, it can certainly apply to project manage but thing about this. So the first one again, humans are more important than hardware people, right? Like people process progress people are at as truth to quality is better than quantity we need to have really good processes really good relationships really good investment in our people. More than we have need to have a lot of stuff or a lot of people or a lot of his ability, right? True Three Special Operations forces cannot be mass produced just like you cannot mass produced good project managers. You can mass produce good incident major team members if you want them to be effective without having to look over their shoulder all the time, you just can't do it..

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"sof" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

05:39 min | 5 months ago

"sof" Discussed on Between the Slides

"This is people process progress podcast episode forty, seven project managers, incident management, and the five s o f truths. So lately, I've been reaching back into the way back machine to some articles that I wrote on link. This episode forty-seven is different. This is from an article I wrote on May seventeenth two thousand seventeen, and it has to do with a Amazon prime video. I was watching cold special forces, the fight against terror So not from my perspective as a special operations forces person because I was not that I was a Cormon in the Navy I was down in. Program brushed up against some of these folks but I just was watching something on. Amazon. Prime and this thing they talked about these five SOS truths really stuck out to me at the time more. So focused on incident management, but could also apply to project managers. So I WANNA, go through some of these and these are how they relate to good competent special operations forces in my two cents on you know we'll go back to my instant manager team days how these apply to Incident Management Team members. So let's go to the first from the first one is s o f truth one humans are more important than hardware. It all hazards, manager team world this this equates to you know vow valuing those personal and professional relationships over getting stuck on the forms and the wall charts, right. So the gadgets and the stuff and the things that you have are cool. But first we need to focus on our people just like an a project, all the tech we use all the software or the whatever is really neat but do the people understand. It are people. Okay. Are People communicating. That's what we've got to focus on. So you know it's an advantage. Again, we must always promote process over document creation, right? If we can work efficient process and we never get document one done but we've accounted for people safely we've gotten him food or whatever. That's critical. Right and you know document is a thing. The process is the core that keeps us all safe and efficient so. Truth one humans are more important than hardware apply straight across the board for Incident Management? And Project Management. Of Truth to quality is better than quantity, right? So we we want stuff that's really good more than we want a lot of things and sometimes young incident management teams or even their members have challenges when trying to build capacity, right? We have grant funds budgets we want to get a Lotta members, but do we jump to giving people and making him chiefs right away as opposed to having them actually learned the jobs and I've talked about this before at the ground level, the unit level, the second level I went to the section level I and then went backwards. So lesson learned from me if I would have. Come up as a you know in the planning section a check and recorder a resource unit leader, and then plans chief I would have had a broader knowledge base and practical application. I. Kind of worked backwards fortunately, I had great partners and mentors, and so we worked through that but you're the value of experience on an instant manager team far outweighs jumping into positions because you wanna wear the title you know or you know you gotTa do the process you've gotta go through it. It's it's really ground up can't be overstated, and that's true for any job, right whether you're in a fire station and a police vehicle. Year in a boardroom if you've come up, you know at kind of boots on the ground level, you're going to have a much better perspective, and if we put our time into those folks, build them up we are going to have both quality and quantity so that have truth to. Is better than quantity think about that whether you're on incident manager team project team. And really focus on the quality of what you're doing and you're people. STF True Three Special Operations forces cannot be mass produced. Indeed is not above right. You know building capacities one thing that building strong core of competent and confident incident professors. Professionals is another and that's one thing I found across all the different teams. I. Met. Once I was on Wednesday help train ones I partnered with there's typically the same core folks that become really really good and the same folks that show up for the same stuff all the time now does that give you a super wallowed machine so you can show up and just do things absolutely does it build? Tons of capacity at doesn't. So in your incident, Mandurah. Teams think about both you know you can't just spit people out and expecting to be really good meeting Hey, you've done playing chief a couple times we're going to sign your book off good to go that doesn't work that way same thing for project managers you can't work a couple of projects and then just think you're good at it and and go out there and do high level stuff. So you know in the aspect of Special Operations Forces those folks are. The training pipelines are one to three years depending on what what you're in. And not you know the small percentage of folks make it just like I dare say a smaller percentage of folks join incident management teams actually stick with it that get credential that stay with the team that deployed there consistent and so that's something. If you're on an incident management team realize you're not going to mass produce quality people. So look at the people you have and try and build them up and it really. Behooves, seems to focus on building up individually instead of just blanket opportunities where you might get one offs someone might participate one time and they do some cool thing. We'll think about the folks that are there all the time if that person's going to take their place meaning the person that never shows up gets an opportunity just because of who they know that's not cool..

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"sof" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"sof" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"Podcast episode forty, seven project managers, incident management, and the five s o f truths. So lately, I've been reaching back into the way back machine to some articles that I wrote on link. This episode forty-seven is different. This is from an article I wrote on May. Seventeenth two thousand seventeen and it has to do with a Amazon prime video I was watching cold special forces the fight against terror So not from my perspective as a special operations forces person because I was not that I was a Cormon in the Navy I was down in diabetic. Brushed up against some of these folks but I just was watching something on Amazon prime and this thing they talked about these five SOS truths. Stuck out to me at the time more. So focused on incident management, but could also apply to project managers. So I WANNA go through some of these, and these are how they relate to good competent special operations forces in my two cents on You know we'll go back to my instant manager team days how these apply to Incident Management Team members. So let's go to the first from. The first one is s o f truth one humans are more important than hardware. So it all hazards manager team world this this equates to you know vow valuing those personal and professional relationships over getting stuck on the forms and the wall charts. So the gadgets and the stuff and the things that you have are cool. But first we need to focus on our people just like an a project, all the tech we use all the software or the whatever is really neat. But do the people understand it are people? Okay. Are People communicating that's what we've got to focus on. So you know it's an advantage. Again, we must always promote process over document creation, right? If we can work efficient process and we never get document one done but we've accounted for people safely we've gotten him food or whatever. That's critical right and you know document is a thing. The process is the core that keeps us all safe and efficient so. Truth one humans are more important than hardware apply straight across the board for incident, Management and project management. Of Truth, to quality is better than quantity, right so we we want stuff that's really good more than we want a lot of things and sometimes young incident management teams or even their members have challenges when trying to build capacity, right? We have grant funds budgets we want to get a Lotta members, but do we jump to giving people and making him chiefs right away as opposed to having them actually learned the jobs and I've talked about this before at the ground level, the unit level, the second level I went to the section level I and then went backwards. So lesson learned from me if I would. have. Come up as a you know in the planning section a check and recorder resource unit leader, and then plans chief I would have had a broader knowledge base and practical application I kind of worked backwards fortunately, I had great partners and mentors, and so we worked through that but you're the value of experience on an instant manager team far outweighs jumping into positions because you wanna wear the title you know or you know you gotTa do the process you've gotta go through it. It's really ground up can't be overstated, and that's true for any job, right whether you're in a fire station and a police vehicle. Year in a boardroom. If you've come up, you know at kind of boots on the ground level you're going to have a much better perspective, and if we put our time into those folks, build them up we are going to have both quality and quantity so that have truth to. Is better than quantity. Think about that whether you're on incident manager team project team. And really focus on the quality of what you're doing and you're people. STF true three. Special Operations forces cannot be mass produced. Indeed is not above right. You know building capacities one thing that building strong core of competent and confident incident professionals. Professionals is another and that's one thing I found across all the different teams I met once I was on Wednesday help train ones I partnered with there's typically the same core folks that become really really good and the same folks that show up for the same stuff all the time now does that give you a super wallowed machine so you can show up and just do things absolutely does it build? Tons of capacity at doesn't. So in your incident, Mandurah teams think about both you know you can't just spit people out and expecting to be really good meeting. Hey, you've done playing chief a couple times. We're going to sign your book off good to go that doesn't work that way same thing for project managers you can't work a couple of projects and then just think you're good at it and and go out there and do high level stuff. So you know in the aspect of Special Operations, forces, those folks are. The training pipelines are one to three years depending on what what you're in. And not you know the small percentage of folks make it just like I dare say a smaller percentage of folks join incident management teams actually stick with it that get credential that stay with the team that deployed there consistent and so that's something. If you're on an incident management team realize you're not going to mass produce quality people. So look at the people you have and try and build them up and it really. Behooves seems to focus on building up individually instead of just blanket opportunities where you might get one offs someone might participate one time and they do some cool thing. We'll think about the folks that are there all the time if that person's going to take their place meaning the person that never shows up gets an opportunity just because of who they know that's not cool..

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"sof" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

05:41 min | 6 months ago

"sof" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"Hey guys welcome to a special mini episode of fear what we like to call rest stop. Today, are we interviewing Carnegie? She's a paranormal investigator who has worked with Dave. SCHRADER and Zach begs. Bree was born in Erie. Pennsylvania grew up watching shows like American haunting, most haunted with her mom, which started early interest in the paranormal. As she got older, she enjoyed going to local ghosts in cemetery tours, and as reality TV turned his attention towards goes hunting so debris. Now in her teens in an avid fan of ghost adventures, breeze attended events at immense reformatory and at the Stanley Hotel. Residencies North for having me. Be. Thank you for being on. Our so Let's go ahead and get into I. Guess, let's let's let's go over. What got you into the parental? not anything significant. When I was little, I used to watch the shows like haunting and American haunting in you know my house is haunted stuff on those those reality shows the kind of remakes where they would tell stories in have actor portrayals and all that corny stuff, but I used to watch those time with my mom and I absolutely love them. I got so into so fascinated with the idea of people living in haunted houses in dealing with stuff like that on a regular basis and stuff that I had never experienced as a kid nine very skeptical Gerson. As it is though it was kind of like a fascinated horror to me, I guess so to speak. So of you've never lived in one hundred house before I have not. No, I've stayed in a couple. A couple of hotels in cemeteries former Tory and lots of wanted cry. Activity places that I've never looked at it. House interesting, okay. I'm action very same boat kimberly into the paranormal and Okay I shouldn't take that back. I was GONNA say that I've never lived on one hundred house, either and I am envious people who have even though most of the time their stories are sound, horrible and terrible. I'm like no. That sounds like you know as the place to be right there. Up but I I for some reason popped in my head I remembered that a growing up. My mom is actually which you call sensitive She has been able to see things since before I was born. skipped my generation of course I. don't see anything yeah. But yeah, going on a mom, talking about things that she would see, and then it's funny growing up in different houses, we'd have to spend the night and they would actually see things. And I and I never saw anything while lived in any of those houses, so I guess I have technically grown up in one hundred house, but I never actually saw her felt anything so I can be as you know. Absolutely yeah I can see how that would be frustrating growing up almost. They the portrayals always make it seem like it's. It's a horrible situation that I'm sure you know I sympathize for a lot of families in some that did it, but you always say like oh I, like I would be. I would be still good at it. That's the place for me to be, but I like to think that you know. Just being cocky in that sometimes. They're not going to be that good, but I am definitely envious of people who have that kind of stuff happened to them on a regular basis, you Donna so funny because I always forget watching those shows 'cause they always You know it's an. It's our show usually and so they have to fit. All as many of their experiences, they can in our in watching. It is like man, and all that happens they they move in, but I always forget that usually happens over like a ten fifteen year period, so they're bullying teen years down to this one hour. So that's why it seems like everything happens back to back when reality happens still sporadic that they forget that happens. Yeah, nobody I mean gusts goes to like an open house and sees taunted like y'all take it sign a check I. Can I mean maybe people like you and I would not. Totally I mean that's why we're going to the investigating the first place right. Yeah, absolutely. So. Okay, so tell me about. Your first investigation ever, when was it? What was it what you do? All all the details have it so my first real investigation because you know when you're younger and you know you sit in a dark room like a scary old bandit house down the street with your friends when you sneak out of the night and nothing ever happens. It's scary because you're you know in an abandoned house in the middle of the night I real investigation that. That did was the Mansfield Reformatory now. The ghost adventures grow so they shot the shawshank redemption. What that started off as it's, it's a meet and greet, and they hold events and certain people can get tickets to do investigation. And I got a ticket to do that. My mom and her boyfriend at the time were so nice enough to paper that and take me out there as about four hours from where I live here, area and It's it's Zach Erin and Nick from Zach Pagans winning net groff, and divide you into groups. And you split up with them, and you meet Zach for the first part, and what really got me into a course? You know what I'm super nervous in super excited, and at this point on Lake Fifteen. I'm like Oh. My God sack Vegas but I would have to down into the whole, the solitary confinement of the. The Mansfield reformatory I mean like it's it's you know midnight one o'clock in the morning and we only have flashlights, night, vision, and the youngest one there, but I mean. I had the equipment I had any MFT sector had my EDP recorder, and I was into it in Zach actually locked me in one of the cells. He shut the door and you know there's there's a recording somewhere God lover my mom. Watching after the fact and she says that she hears that go I. Have Somebody here for you on. She is giving her to you. So you know if you if you want to communicate, use her and my mom's Gone Oakley's. They'll be replaced. It'll be Sakho. Zach bream also got Jesus you.

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"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

07:46 min | 7 months ago

"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"It's not we don't deal with the the U. Twenty eight Geyser Camden the stack. So. It's really cool. Special access which want you might want to do any. Other share they landed lipid you on the base you. I like you to subdued distant land I mean he? He sleeps at the same place. You know what I'm saying so. They'RE GONNA replace. Those platforms deserve a fork life cycle to replace him so the hours on those planes ridiculous, the U. Twenty eight, but three to add new capability to. Do absolutes number. One bag is focusing on being able to operate in austere environment. To this day that we had these ensure those kids would still be alive. I'm one hundred percent. Does the ISO platforms low will learn the teams way ahead, Yam Bush you know. The Byrd could could connected on fires as well just the only one I mean. I think that team. If he had known ahead of time, they could flip boot to. Different much different last night, everybody was survived. With the loss of life would have been anywhere close to what was in the injuries stuff, so it's GonNa. Give the special ops community, a capability to have a very small footprint where you have managed I s all are in Connecticut. Strike Capability in a very small package folded into the bankruptcy. Well Third Yom, it's funny. You mentioned that because we can talk. Isr Capability I know in especially without progress fours. That's one of the problems the French in the help. They're asking for our help because I guess a lot of the ISR comes from our birds. They don't have much of it. is they're going to be enough for us to share with our partners? Great Question. When I was in Afghanistan Free Special Forces had rover five. Health state they are operators head, but their their birds there platforms are. They could not. Send Rhode Revive. So they had to use our to get received, any feeds from there is sewer. Personally despite writing on the French have a task, force a special forces task sports. Forty, five hundred. Next month. July they're gonNA put another forty five hundred. Task Force in there, but going to focus mainly on mentoring. What is Connecticut like you saw killed the head? Guy. Now at a focus of forty, five, hundred, just on training mentoring of believe law staffer like Makita fossils. Over. The government refused to allow anybody to help. Finally opened their doors this support three weeks ago. When you've lost seventy five percent of your terrain. That's not easy. Go to back, and so this is not you know. All these tankers is a special apps environment that go. out there, but we were struggling now. RECEIVED ISIS in in al-Qaeda move down through Central Africa in heading into southern Africa is creating delivered. Then you mix in the Russian mercenaries on the Wagner Group. Are there in the Chinese are doing the support to the African Union forces. Kelly's heroes. You know you gotTa grow smoking tankers, the a will. Do got banned graves. Registration dudes. It's not. Crazy of. Just Is All is the UN. Mission is an African Union mission. There's national missions. There's a NATO mission. His Energy Five Suhel mission young EV-. Everybody's running around. What the Hell is going on it, so he's just. It's considered a real mess. Frankly nobody has stepped up and said look. We're going to sort this. I think from a US perspective. We ought to be in the support role, and if given a Maya Sar all we can do, you should do it. We have the basis You know we might as well not going anywhere. We might as well fly at you. Don't WANNA kill beautiful. Go do that, you know. Absolutely. On some of the other imperatives that you brought up this year. The other. There's a bunch of those you don't armed over watching the under secretary to big working with seventh. Special Forces Group to your child about senator. Put on put on a base salary. Seventh Group was bract out of Fort. Bragg right you know deal moves down there beautiful facilities. They decided to put the Child Development Center on the middle of so for anybody that's never been to is still one of the largest military installations in the US. Instead of the north. Of Your. I Increased. will get onto big Eglin proper main Ken be. Over an hour drive to rose so if you're a spouse, you're trying to work, and you gotta drive an hour. One way our plus sometimes one way to drop your kids off. Didn't go to work and pick them up is. The amount of drama stress. It's putting off the wives and the spout is is ridiculous. We all know what happens when they're under stress right? I mean I was told they are people getting divorces. Because family doesn't have enough money to survive, they're all junior enlisted and so lou disrespect to the air force, but you know they're pilots man until the flight pay eight hundred dollars like day, so they're all out of the beach right closer at Eglin closer to the Amenities Ola junior enlisted in north he. Live So the people that are people who need childcare is not some guys I. Names, major or Lieutenant. Colonel is some guy who certain that he needs. The childcare was by work, so they can pay their bills. So we're busting, asked to get fifteen million dollars for this thing. It's of course you've got a unit on a air force installation, so it's just a you know. It's a complete shechem trying to get this done I. Don't know how successful will be this year, but we've got. It's moving forward cooler. Funding the thing we don't be this year. I feel pretty good. We're GONNA get it next year got gotta do. It's call, Sharad new design and scope it out. You know they'll they'll. They'll do all surveys of the lane, and then he's just really about funding. You know the contract contractors grounds how long it takes! Slap the batboys together. You know there's one hundred sixty eight families on a waiting town, four hundred and forty some kids. Everybody's learned in cody. Educate get your kids out of your house. It's not good. Killed Kids, man is too much children too often. You know you can't your kids that. You know that's why we have teachers off. You know they're. They know how to handle educate. It'd be meeting with the parents of that long. It's not. Just became. Entertain them at work. You know means just not. It's not fair to ask them to do that, so we were. A. Bunch of the big things right now is that they're? They're the deterrent issues like so you currently have. Everybody Remembers Obama's speech about the five million dollars for you calm. Everybody loved the idea. They were pissed Obama because he just stood out on the table. Trump blank check. To the girls, everybody freaked out. He'd consult with today now it's five point, nine nine billion dollars and stuff so what we're doing. We're running around. We're asking hard questions like sock. Your gets eighty-five million out of that this year as one point, four four percent of for five point nine nine dollars. For irregular warfare. One point four.

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"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

06:37 min | 7 months ago

"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Your mouth certain way in Rita script card. Instill Journal Chronic Enjoy Jones's. Let me rolling there in being neat. And, that was not probably the smartest thing. Those four stars ever did, but the staffers appreciate it right. You just cut the bullshit. Tell me what I got. You know they're like. Hey, dude! I got a lot of work to do so just tell me what the answer to test until I wanted to. And most people are fake. Turn them. Do this right here holiday so. So in Twenty fifteen we're up on Capitol Hill ask the Mac. Thornberry in this House Services Committee and one of them said hey do. Would you do a platform document for special APPS NEEDS FOR US lapse in my response was. Schilling anyway you know and he goes Oh. Yeah, they do. He said every congressional. Every senator has a military alleges like military legislative affairs, person and they read the National Defense Authorization Act like to New York owners. Seen staffers twenty two twice. Also reached the Military Intelligence Program, which is to more phone books of New York, so they're huge and they got every line means what you know why it's important in Alex. certain things so by reducing his platform dot. We really simplified down at no shit, especially for us. I can't assist your. Make stuff up, you know. Students, so what we do, we said Hey, look. We have a network we have, and we can't speak on behalf. The USO come, but we should. We can send out a survey to our partners on our members of and we can say. Here's what we're hearing. Here's what's out there. In the last thing on the surveys. Anything else you want to go at night in. The survey. Yeah, we usually have good results from it, and since you know over half the people are active duty we get. We get a lot of things Congress can't legislate. They can't fix you leadership. Congress can't give. Age I can't. The whole world will make that. Congress had fixed it, so we focused. Refined it. To this? His beautiful brochure we go to distribution time and my personal network, and the network of the foundation permission and We were values. You didn't have a Capitol Hill background, so we partnered with Phil Anderson in the navigators global. They've got. Gerald Tom Traffic former vice commander so calm to General. Tire John Boho got curl retired Mark Mitchell over fifth group commander see whether former acting is solely any form, the national security team size of news. No, the community. They have their stuff together. You know they can help us this. This company in part can help so this year. We had be creaming. Call the of. In its results from the survey goes out to Capitol Hill this year are two big things are we are trying to elevate The Assistant Secretary of Defense Special Operations Low budgeted conflict to an undersecretary. Gonzales. It's about the policy cut. Look. Special laughs can't do its job. 'CAUSE IT never gets authority to do. Shit been that way for swimming stream like salmon and the grizzlies are just. ORLANDO! And the only way that's ever GonNa change is someone from specialized community is at a high enough position to be in the room when the decisions are made. Now Nineteen eighty-seven, when Cohen not amendment came out before so common before, so there were Danny Assistant Secretaries of defense I was a powerful. Do you had a lot of influence? But over time there's what seventeen or nineteen days these nap. Tuneup. The Hill career gets a Chinese assault with. There's too many. They're not invited into the room for the for the senior decision. So what's happening is the soft response or a soft course of action has never considered. It's missile strike. Secure your task force of do not. So in order to change the narrative, we put someone in the room. That's a high enough level that they can ensure that we get the authorities. We need to do our jobs. That's that's A. Political Bullshit yet, insurance man, you want somebody who's it. Got Enough juice to be in the room when the president makes the decision, same boss. That's wrong. And the undersecretaries direct love I'm surprised they didn't do that. You know so. Has Service Light service like responsible so two thousand seventeen in the national defense authorization that Congress changed every, and they subordinated USO to the Assistant Secretary of defense for Special Operations. conflict as still. For All things not outrageous so for manpower funding procurement all that stuff they report to so that people don't like that. The law has been law since two thousand seventeen. The Department of Defense didn't donate. Bay Sat on that they didn't do anything. So in twenty eighteen defense authorization at Congress, thank. You start, moving we WANNA report, nothing twenty, nine hundred same thing. Twenty twenty same thing. We've seen three warnings already so since twenty sixteen. We have been advocating that. Just elevate the person to an undersecretary position taken out from under US policy did all this twenty seventeen, so let now works directly for Secretary of Defense. He doesn't work for undersecretary. So he should therefore be designated as an under sector anyway for us in the soft community if you're on a team Disney's. This needs that special ops course of action that you sit around going. I don't understand why these jackasses don't let us do our jobs. That could change overnight. You, the thing is I a lot of people on Capitol Hill. And they all like the draw of buzzwords, right, they go. Hey, you know great power competition. And so the first question I asked him as you. Guys are Red Chinese in Russian Dr. Not. Long like twenty thirty pages it. Needs a note. I said well. Let me help you out. We'll give you the reader's digest very..

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"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Make no way he goes. I'm telling you. You're on the list. So I was by Ray cubs for instance talk year loaded flew back that evening and the next day I got back in went into the. Wins Office. ME! Show me my secrets number. That's what I realize holy Shit I'm going to curl. Ready to get out everything I've been doing was preparing me to get out of the military. Renoir okay, this changes things a little bit. The retirement pay from colonel to occur pretty good. I was working in soccer and they said Hey. He's three places. You could go pick one. General Jones the marine sack. Your a binding requests for to come up there and stand up. The NATO saw tacklers at thought you could go. She ate with your personnel officers. I call do. Dollars but I wanted to replace Rosengard is the three here can I move from deputy, because nominated as you gotta binding request? Jerry Jones has the highest rate of any four-star in our military include chairman. So, let's secretary of Defense Intervenes on your behalf and he goes. That's probably not going to happen. You're going to Belgium. We're going adult. And, so I served there I would two year tour came out five years back in. South take residing in. Go to State College for. It's the longest. Anywhere in my life. We left there and I had been working with bill. Mikhail Creighton Holiday Sealand SF do partner. His I can't explain to. We've got some very interesting tires. You know we've. We've done things that you probably. I should share, but it's good I mean he's a normal dude. He's Redneck. He'll get a bar fight heartbeat. Drop of the hat you'll get into a in so many of its when I get ready to leave Belgium he says. Hey, you WANNA come back Tampa was. Tell everybody I want to get off the plane with him process paperwork. What hand retirement paper in the other? Don't ask to do anything hard, because probably drop it, but I agree to. Work for him for three years so come. And I. Retired out of so common twenty four team with thirty two years, and that's how you got into the global soft, because wasn't an admiral mcraven. That kind of convinced you to go that road. Who had been called Global Soft? Network we were building, the to was willing to institutionalize everything. We were doing it so car right and there's a thing called Dot Milky F so. You have to go the Jason's process. So you take your idea fuller all the services everybody votes on it and they. Wanted to prove. By the by the force, it's implemented everyone's Dr, Joint, Doctrine Army Navy Marine Corps. Becomes part of the common lexicon of military. A lot of people are lazy city process that it's hard to do. Not. You know it can be getting nine months. We actually had a great Marine One star up at the Pentagon wives thing through because he was a big believer in it. Me At one point struggling to do something like this so. We got it through in. A team of ninety folks, we had different pieces of parts. Vulnerable handled the admiral's engagement piece right so he would go to DC to gauge a think tank. Folks we do show a four hour close session in a room where he would talk, I mean people dropping yet. Bombers full-contact and people that you see on all of a sudden talk show. Any intent was is for him to socialize his ideas. Truly kick of a rap I. Mean People. All that he learned a lot changed a lot. You know kind of helped us reformulate some of the things we were doing it also. told us when we were right where we should go forward a lot of times we were going as fast as people thought. We shouldn't certain areas interesting. Ambitious tonight about team of five or six people have managed that we do that every quarter. And that was it also allowed him to build a network of human beings DC can help him spread his message if it's just one guy behind a podium, just lecturing people. You don't survive so even Jesus had decided right so you. You get key loud and build a network and you. You get people to be your. You know your agents of change. So that's what we. But one of the things group does as they do big events. They helped with the International Saas Week. It's part of sophomoric when we didn't have it, we end. Gio at down here at advocating told me to help him. Form Gio guy the key. Was the president of US Geospatial Intelligence Foundation. Is is soft doesn't have a professional association should not working fifteen hour days six days a week about looking for hiding under the Gaddi. Notifiable One C.. Three Bucks mean I him before Not Nonprofit. You didn't money. I mean I didn't know I didn't know any young about. Tell you what so over eight months working with them to institutionalize is big event. Tampa British soft community into. 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"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:41 min | 7 months ago

"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"In coach. I'd never been to Hawaii, and they told me I would operate out a Hawaii. Go to other places, and I just say yes fast enough as a man of dignity. I laughed at unit because they over assessed officers. And so they said look, everybody's not going to get a command. Can all stay good? Who wants to lead? SF, bread says will let you pick anywhere you WANNA go. First tied to a Special Forces group at that time was nineteen, ninety-five five Bosnian kicking off, seem like of begun fine so nature. Nigeria everything else. Was Tom so I figured? Go that direction seem like a great place. I spoke Spanish Portuguese German last time I love those languages, all originated on Europe's overqualified, and had a great time of the battalion and I battalion for twenty bucks I commanded Charlie Taylor for twelve thirteen months, did everything in reverse that went to work at sock year for about eight months because I was selected to go to school of America's Stat College, the only school has. Anyone in the world just landed. I came out of air and was an instructor at Leavenworth at the Staff College I actually tried to get. I did that for three years and then while I was there I got promoted to lieutenant colonel in the towers fell. And your lieutenant, Colonel. I was not only at this I kept coming up on the alternative list that was honorable mission as I was saying. You. Try to get into the fight in. Any capacity in so I was selected is what they call a G on. Originally supposed to pay come at the last minute change owners to to sock your. Lower back. There was the deputy j three a soccer for three years. Ryan Raider, captain so eighteen hours days, not a big deal for me. I was edited Advanced Auto Parts Store on Dale Mabry vote wire down here in Tampa Florida I got a call from my boss. Mark, Roe, guard another bus, Stojan, and he goes. To. Your list. Go what you popped up Yo six list. Make no way he goes. I'm telling you. You're on the list. So I was by Ray cubs for instance talk year loaded flew back that evening and the next day I got back in went into the. Wins Office. ME! Show me my secrets number. That's what I realize holy Shit I'm going to curl..

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"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"sof" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Get started. We'll talk a little bit about. You, know Personal Fila and our listeners about your. Basic military career because I know you've got a pretty varied career. You serve in a lot of different places. To Do So Army Brat I was born in Nineteen, sixty nine. My father went to Korea for eighteen months five days after I was born, which is probably a good thing for all, but I grew up follows on active duty when I came on active duty I kind of started my military career considerable when I was an enlisted man in south, Carolina National Guard an honorable discharge from South Carolina National Guard, but I was nineteen. Delta Cav Scout when I came in in Nineteen eighty-four active duty, originally going to be a lawyer. About. Four months prior to graduation I walked in and said I can't do it. Man I mean everybody was meeting with a lawyer was. Though the cool law was prosecuting criminals and I want to do that came in the army's armor officer wanted to go eleven th armor regiment. Too Bad her still, Germany in order to Pascal tuna had to go to read your schools. Did Ranger School Jump School? How could stuff? Clyde. Exile Special Forces. Oda again the approval everything got owners sending me to the Q. Courses. Soon as I got older in my hand, a moratorium or director came down from Dod. Say could move under your three year window. So basically those orders vote. Later I minute all my stuff, special forces with standing up as a brain. To that time, I was in the first recruiting class as an officer in nineteen, eighty seven captain Mark Taylor was. Recruiting officer that got through the Q. Course I would advance. Course got the Q. Course with a third of the seven for you, and I served together. I was in three seven for what twenty six twenty seven months went back to A..

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"sof" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"sof" Discussed on Security Now

"In Ip four UDP component. That's DNS when handling packet sent by an unauthorized network attacker. This vulnerability may result and remote code execution and I'll just tell everybody that you fragment a UDP a DNS packet, and you get to run code on these devices. For also ten point, oh, improper handling of length parameter inconsistency in Ip. Component when handling a sent by an unauthorized network attacker, this vulnerability may result. Out of bounds right, so you get to write. Over areas that you're not supposed to again executing code nine point, eight improper handling of length parameter, and so forth anyway, there's nineteen of these and anytime you see improper. Handling a link parameter is very much like the problem. We just talked about in the web server in net in the in the seventy nine net gear firmware instances where you're able to provide the. The length it. It is the case that reassembly of fragmented packets is fraught with problems I. Don't know why, but it is in in the old days that was a constant source of errors, and these guys at trick made the errors, and unfortunately they're code has been widely adopted. It's written in C. They advertise. It runs on everything any microprocessor any embedded platform. With or without an underlying operating system on our toss or not, you know I mean it's like everybody's answer, and it's probably affordable, so it got widely adopted, and now billions of devices have it, and as will be detailed black cat Further detailed. Are you know insecure? J. Sof attempted to be as responsible as possible. They said that they're disclosure had been postponed twice as please. Of for more time came from some of the many vendors that they were able to determine were affected, and of course they have limited. Surveillance abilities with some of the vendors voicing covid nineteen related delays for the reason they weren't able to act more quickly so out of consideration for those companies, the time period was extended from ninety two over a hundred and twenty days. And even so some of the participating companies became, they wrote difficult to deal with as they made extra demands and some. Their perspective seem much more concerned with their brands image than with patching the vulnerabilities in other words. They want it to be you know. Not mentioned as being there, they were a company or their stuff was vulnerable. So we know today that hundreds of millions. In, the best case of. Devices scattered all across the globe will almost certainly never received security patch updates to address these critical ripple, twenty vulnerabilities we are. Truly in probably looking the into the future, a world of hurt. And in some despair, and not knowing what else to recommend ICS cert recommended consumers and organizations..

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"sof" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"sof" Discussed on Security Now

"In Ip four UDP component. That's DNS when handling packet sent by an unauthorized network attacker. This vulnerability may result and remote code execution and I'll just tell everybody that you fragment a UDP a DNS packet, and you get to run code on these devices. For also ten point, oh, improper handling of length parameter inconsistency in Ip. Component when handling a sent by an unauthorized network attacker, this vulnerability may result. Out of bounds right, so you get to write. Over areas that you're not supposed to again executing code nine point, eight improper handling of length parameter, and so forth anyway, there's nineteen of these and anytime you see improper. Handling a link parameter is very much like the problem. We just talked about in the web server in net in the in the seventy nine net gear firmware instances where you're able to provide the. The length it. It is the case that reassembly of fragmented packets is fraught with problems I. Don't know why, but it is in in the old days that was a constant source of errors, and these guys at trick made the errors, and unfortunately they're code has been widely adopted. It's written in C. They advertise. It runs on everything any microprocessor any embedded platform. With or without an underlying operating system on our toss or not, you know I mean it's like everybody's answer, and it's probably affordable, so it got widely adopted, and now billions of devices have it, and as will be detailed black cat Further detailed. Are you know insecure? J. Sof attempted to be as responsible as possible. They said that they're disclosure had been postponed twice as please. Of for more time came from some of the many vendors that they were able to determine were affected, and of course they have limited. Surveillance abilities with some of the vendors voicing covid nineteen related delays for the reason they weren't able to act more quickly so out of consideration for those companies, the time period was extended from ninety two over a hundred and twenty days. And even so some of the participating companies became, they wrote difficult to deal with as they made extra demands and some. Their perspective seem much more concerned with their brands image than with patching the vulnerabilities in other words. They want it to be you know. Not mentioned as being there, they were a company or their stuff was vulnerable. So we know today that hundreds of millions. In, the best case of. Devices scattered all across the globe will almost certainly never received security patch updates to address these critical ripple, twenty vulnerabilities we are. Truly in probably looking the into the future, a world of hurt. And in some despair, and not knowing what else to recommend ICS cert recommended consumers and organizations..

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An Interstellar Wanderer Is Coming Our Way

Short Wave

01:52 min | 1 year ago

An Interstellar Wanderer Is Coming Our Way

"This Sunday December eighth in interstellar traveler an an object from outside our solar system known as the comment too I bere- sof will make its closest approach to the sun it's only the second interstellar object we've ever ever detected hence to I and the comment was discovered by a man in Crimea named Gennady Borisov. Now gedney's actually discovered several comets already. I hit seven discovers the comments and then back in August just around sunrise. He was looking through his telescope peering into space and just lost in the corner of his field of view. I looped moving object a little different direction from their Ossa Asteroids. At first he thought it was just a regular smuggler comment from inside our solar system. But it wasn't Gennady Borisov had discovered covered in interstellar comet is new and have your name. The Hubble telescope even published an image with his name on it I happen Kabul's dilatot take images this and I see on the four My name but sometimes fame can be exhausting after discolors hours I have many many telephone many video TV comment and I have one. I want to rest. Defendant hugging get some well earned rest. We'll get the low down onto I- Barista from a shell bannister. She's a planetary astronomer at Queen's University Belfast.

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"sof" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"sof" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Not to mention the cloud game play delivery that XBox stadia have in the works. Excuse me. An imminent Nintendo, and Mike sof and imminent, Nintendo. Microsoft partnerships backwards compatibility, so how does Sony seek to compete last month, the games with PlayStation plus dropped from six to two month and PlayStation has fallen out of the conversation. With a lot of the big swings. Xbox game has been taking an assuming a few years down the road that streaming has become more fully implanted Sony has to take a few steps to maintain the lead. Right. What do you think? I mean, I think that the the game speak for themselves. You know, PlayStation for had no problem. Destroy the XBox in terms of sales. And that's both software and hardware based right? So going into the next generation, I think that there's going to be a lot of a lot of cloud services a lot. There's a lot of stuff that I don't think is going to be Sony's focus. I think it's going to be in addition to. Yes, it's commitment to a streamlined quality game. I part. Game focus strategy that will see continued from the PlayStation for into the PlayStation five. Yeah. That was my Rian situation. Because yesterday, they really dug into the fact that PlayStation five it's going to be a high tech machine. Again, got kind of those Xbox One XBox? And frankly, the vibes that I always get from PlayStation, which is they are hardware company. They love high tech. And they're really to me they believe that epic cinematic games in your living room, Allah got war. That is where they believe, you know, we saw it with red dead GTE stuff in your living room. Overall is is huge for them. And I think they still believe that future. So yes, I believe the cloud is like another thing. And we know that they're preparing we know that they've already been doing PlayStation now, it's not they bought a long time ago guy. They have stuff in the works. My biggest note is I don't know how you compete against Google, and Microsoft, it's like I mean. Do have games the people wanna play like well, yes. Honestly, all they need..

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"sof" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"sof" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"To cooperate with prosecutors his lawyers Muller's office, they periodically need to check in with the judge in his case to keep that judge apprised of their progress. Basically to let the judge know when Rick gates his cooperation period might be coming to an end when they're done with them. So the judge can go ahead and move forward with sentencing. Rick gates for his crimes that's where tonight's news comes in the last time, Robert Muller's office and Rick gates lawyers had to check in with the judge in his case about his cooperation deal and how it was going. And when they might be ready to finish his cooperation. So they can move on with sentencing him the last time they checked in before today was in August August tenth at that time Muller sof Muller. Office told the judge that Rick gates continued to meet with a special counsel's office that he continued to cooperate. And that they therefore we're not ready to go ahead with sentencing him yet. They said specifically quote the investigation, which includes the possible continued need for assistance from the defendant. The investigation is ongoing. The investigation he is helping with is ongoing. And so they told the court back in August. They've needed another ninety days with Rick gates before they'd check in again. Well that ninety days is now up and now today Muller's office filed a new update with the court about Rick gates and in the new update just filed molars office says they still are not ready to finish with Rick gates. They've asked the court for another sixty days with him. They want to check in with the court about him again in mid January. But this time this is interesting this time, they say the reason they need more time with him is because Rick gates quote continues to cooperate with. Respect to several ongoing investigations. Oh, so ninety days ago the investigation. Rick gates was helping them with was ongoing. The investigation now today it's several investigations that he is helping them with and they are all still ongoing. So we don't know what those investigations are that Rick gates is cooperation is helping the special counsel with. We have no transparency at all. As to whether the newly-installed Trump loyalist at the top of the Justice department is already messing with the special counsel investigation. Somehow. Right. But today the special counsel's office did pop its head above water to tell the court about its several ongoing investigations. And to tell the court that they expect to be working with one of their major cooperators at least into two thousand nineteen..

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"sof" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sof" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Sof to up the crash of the crowd but then i guess there's some unwritten rule the you gotta stop playing music because it's going to distract people from the players second putt drops whatever wherever they are in the song they just cut the song wherever in rush limelight you hockey game which for us i mean that's what we grew up on a lot of classic rock and whatnot but in la we go to the i went to the la kings game la kings versus the saint louis blues to cr because we grew up in saint louis we to see our team play there so they the the music they're playing as they're circling around to get ready for the face off is all the small things great amazing okay and great and the crowd is going nuts and then something having that i'd never seen ever happened ever before music shuts off because they're like we can't continue to play the music and i think he got through one verse and the chorus as it was kind of playing and then the entire crowd with the music off it felt like the entire crowd sang the next verse nice by themselves and i thought oh my god this is these are all the people that are here huge fans of this band i've never seen that before for any other band and it just to me was like what an unbelievable non scripted life moment that's great really psyched for you and proud of that that's really cool i like the people did that in that crazy crazy i mean i'm sure people do it when you play it.

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Benedict Cumberbatch Saved a Man from Muggers

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Benedict Cumberbatch Saved a Man from Muggers

"You don't have to worry about them lists new york so smaller town in new york state that's different the suburbs that's then that's like a fourth of the price i'm sure he can get a space by himself for five hundred bucks a month so here's my point though right you don't have to go airbnb you start living but anyway there's there's those they're going to have papers exclusive to that small town he's the superstar there other it's notorious or not and the wife to be is saying i don't know about this we'll do it but you know yes crazy and i'm going to have a kid should you change the diaper like these indecision cz now we're going to now this has become the soap opera in the newspaper a story came out back in the van bor benedict cumberbatch she's huge now for playing doctor strange sof four people beating up somebody on a bike beating them up to rob him jumped out of the o'byrne and save the day yeah wow how'd you do that with four people beating up on someone when you hear something like time benedict cumberbatch you wonder like okay this this even happened but then that it happened in november and happen to leak out you believe more than i hear the wife was also in the uber and to me i'm like oh okay then then you have to jump out to your wife will remember that forever i think a lot of wives or maybe fifty fifty would be like why did you have to jump out there for people and i married to you you know what i mean like why are you putting yourself in such great danger without even thinking about it i wouldn't trust your words a jump out i can't believe that i mean i would jump out with you if you're jumping out i'm not gonna let you attack for people by yourself i would knock you out as a favor but only a few after you witnessed my bravery you're kind of prick this hero shit lots happening.

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4 Palestinians killed, including teen boy and disabled man, in Gaza protests

Hero's Talk Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

4 Palestinians killed, including teen boy and disabled man, in Gaza protests

"Member fdic an iheartradio station thing farewell to a former first lady hunkin duffy fox news with candid and comforting steadfast and straightforward jon meacham biographer former president george hw bush talking there about the former president's wife barbara who pass away this week meet him one of many speaking at the funeral held in houston where bush was remembered as the first lady of the greatest generation her son former florida governor jeb bush eulogized about some of our tough love she instilled in her children you see our mom was our first and most important teacher sit up look people in the eye please say please and thank you do your homework quit whining and stop complaining each your broccoli yesterday at she said that in houston mike emanuel bach's news i knew uproar in the middle east whereas rayleigh soldiers shot palestinians trying to cross into gaza in protest one of those killed was a fifteen year old boy four weeks running now palestinians went friday prayers led out they gather at the fence that separates israel from gaza they tried to approach her swarm the fence when they get too close israeli troops opened fire israel does use crowd dispersal tactics like tear gas and rubber bullets but oftentimes they use lethal rounds four people were killed yesterday more than one hundred wounded including the boy we're talking about fox's mike tobin in jerusalem palestinians insist the demonstrations will continue through next month culminating in a final march to coincide with the seventieth anniversary of israel's formation and mitt romney now has his work cut out for him the senate hopeful in utah failed to secure the republican nomination at the state convention so now romney will have to try and win this nomination the hard way during the state's primary which takes place in late june you'll have to face sof against state representative mike kennedy in that closed election fox.

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"sof" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sof" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"Well we got rid of this guy because i don't like him whatever seems very uncapped in the of me that seems like something that you know again if d would try to get away with d is definitely a little a little weasel me and joe live by the monster that snitch get stitches so we police are locker room with the long arm of the law that we lay down all right transition here amazon's all or nothing it shows jason garrett calling the cowboys line sof following week to broncos loss what are the kind of coach that you best responded to joe if if the old line coach came up to you and to the broncos and he calls you soft nosetonose in your face is that the kind of thing that's going to motivate you or or is it time to get to the fisticuffs i never found that motivating if i didn't deserve it i i felt the best coaches that i ever had were coaches that told me xactly what they felt about me exactly how playing how i could play better and if i'm grading out at one hundred percent they tell me you're grading one hundred percent keep doing what you're doing on the ninety five percent and five percent of my game i can improve they tell me what i need improve that was the best way to get the most out of me and additionally if if i cared about the coach and i wanted to please him and he would be disappointed if i didn't play up his standards for me those are the guys that i felt over my career i played the best four but i guy that's just going to try to yell at you and tell you your soft when maybe the film tells a different story is a guy that i would lose respect for it now i don't know what the situation was with jason garrett in his often to line because i didn't see that game but i imagine that they probably didn't play that for lee maybe it was just his way of trying to motivate them but a lot of times it's grown men that doesn't work well right especially when you're the best office of line league i'm like you i don't i don't think i don't do the yale thing don't do that like there's been a couple of times.

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"sof" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"sof" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"I wanted to be on the same platform as all the other swimmers with legs and i think that gave me an edge as well i think that's really powerful that you would say that was one of the hardest things that you've ever done given that you've done things and accomplished feats that none of us even imagine without our without our bottom limbs and it shows to a degree the emotional impact that we can have the the fear of owner ability or relating to others or worrying that others might be judging us and so what was that experience like for you when you were first pulling your prosthetic sof across from other olympia getting ready to get in the pool and why do you think that was so hard oh wow i mean you know as my whole life growing up as a paralympic athlete and i remember being at media summits in two thousand eight when the paralympics wasn't really still well known being in the corner with one of like two other paralympic athletes three the paralympic athletes and seeing all the olympic athletes and it was before it was really meshing together the olympics and the paralympics and so goes even deeper standing in that corner is a little six year old girl thinking one day all these olympic athletes are going to even know who i am you know we're all going to know each other when it because we are team usa so when the opportunity came it was out of my comfort zone and i think that that's so important for everyone to hear is getting out of your comfort zone and it's supposed to be uncomfortable i was living out at colorado springs at the olympic training center trading with a group of paralympic athlete.

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