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"Against what's going on out there in the markets will clinch OUGHTA. Pullback yesterday. Unsuccessfully. Really. Look. Like I say H die that we can solve it and there's five days now one, two, three, four, five minutes I can solve I mean we have really gone anyway you know we sort of bubbling around in a bit of Ryan. So, what are the main to me was I should say We'll aged either we bubble. The moving criminal a little closer back to where process currently now you know. I looked at try pullbacks. Pullback. We saw I saw as consolidation that occurred back fall looks pretty much from the twelfth of October to the seventeenth of October just Assad Roy. Zippy zippy's easy ZAP. And and then we saw that little bullish candle now that bullish was on the seventeenth of two. and. What we say from, there's a just a really great run. You know it's just a bloody good move simple as that. That's it a really, really really strong move. Sorry From here. What are we were? Options will as we consoled Loa well, it doesn't look at this moment. Look things can change very very quickly bitcoin strong right now let's not forget it. You know the clothes that we had yesterday. Is the highest close that we have ever had on the x shot, but we haven't closed that high. Let me tell you the last time we close at home that that close. Thirteen, six, full five. That's the the loss close that we had high was the eighth of January two, thousand and tank. That's a long time ago. You know that's that's a long time ago. So. It's it is looking incredibly bullish and we could certainly say bitcoin just tackle and just say you know what? Thank you mother for the rabbit shot the guys hold Shot the guy the horses bolted and off we go on I, rip. Of A? So, these are the realities of our marketing aged. As we consolidate, we get closer to having an opportunity where we look to be too overboard. And then. We can. Off Again. Tell you the truth. I love a little pullback really would. Pay The guy. Nor what what Bitcoin Golf Forever said why? But I wanted to get up with simplicity why because I tried? The a trade for living radio. So what I want I, want to pull back because pullback software paternity PULCHRA breakout. It'd be fine. The three strategies designed around pullbacks or breakouts. That's it. Boom Shaka Laka Saunders. Whitening say what does on? Basically. I didn't come in on the fifteen but tell you what? He a little bit sleigh for the time being. So what happened yesterday was we did move down. We moved down to a low all who are twelve, thousand, seven, hundred, seventy, six, hundred, close at thirteen, thousand, sixteen army closed above the thousand wants gang. With currently ops fraught now half percent the one to thirteen, thousand, one, hundred and twenty dollars and I'm just keeping an all out a pull back into that twelve pullback level. You starting to increase you know back in that cradles on the top of the crowd was on, which is a ten is now twelve, six, five nights a pretty close. Keeps creeping up as the market continues to console that bitcoin is looking of super duper bullish. What else have we got on the odds right now theory and pulled back to that four hundred get a in their took a tried yesterday. Da. On the sixteen hour. Said I wasn't gonNA try brought my rule pretty dirty I'm a cellphone that but high. Go to just go to shopping up. About decision I wasn't feeling good. That's why site when you're not feeling good, you shouldn't be trying I did the wrong thing and I pay the price of intimate down on that down myself but just down that I might have. I. Mike Errors I am. So. This wall doesn't make it. Any easier doesn't get any better way artist therion brought now's rod licking cradles. Any trades there on the day. But tell you what if we can push out from here? It's going to be such a beautiful Trenton thinking they'll be lots of good opportunities yesterday down three point five percent now currently at three, hundred, ninety, four, Dole seventy, seven off hop a half of a percent right now law on excel paste over the correct that twenty six, mock yesterday we were down two percent we counted twenty four point nine cents I just below twenty, five Dan points to the rave of. BITCOIN cash did reject the two seven, five resistance. So he bounced off to I three, thirty five, the lower end of that channel had talked. I don't try channels, but it's a very simple horizontal plight, very simple horizontal level that I look at to help me. Rebounds Twenty Three Thirty Five, and we raised up to two, hundred, seventy, five, sixty, five, which was the brand of that resistance that will now back in a to sixty point three, five, Selah full point. Three seven percent yesterday. So we are still in a very nonstop translate what bitcoin up trying to see our even exile pay it's not trend, but it's pretty crafty bitcoin cash beautiful uptrend onto lot coin next, which is also in love looking up trying to pull back three point four, five percent. Yes, I currently. It's at one point three, one point one, percent, fifty, seven dollars fifty. The wake he's only starting to look a little bit better. The daily the daily does look good or going to be honest. It does look pretty Nice right now, the fifth diamond aloe basically can be touching those lower timeframes just yet fitting seven, forty, six percent. They vate look it's pretty average rotten a popped up through that one, hundred, eighty, two mock and the NFL strike back through yesterday closing down. Three point nine percent. He's up point to today's one hundred seventy four dollars sixty two days really clear out through the LAS Haw, which was yesterday's Hot out outer ninety five, dollar sixty, one Bayton perform really willing to get to involve
Fresh update on "saunders" discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"Get everybody welcome to the crypt type podcast. Have you well Well. Got A great guy and. Kicking goals raw now Dumont Melvin listeners, congratulations you've done it. You're out of your period. You can go on as Dan Duva, say get on the bees. So I go and enjoy go heavy salvage NAS brought. Old Die. Eight restaurants if you can get it on that his and enjoy. Your newfound freight of it's good. I only might start stronger I really happy to hear that number of my friends businesses back up and running in that back and start to. Ease up a little bit by really good news here in Australia. Especially, those of you living in Melbourne. So yeah kitchens up get back to work and get on the bees. Against what's going on out there in the markets will clinch OUGHTA. Pullback yesterday. Unsuccessfully. Really. Look. Like I say H die that we can solve it and there's five days now one, two, three, four, five minutes I can solve I mean we have really gone anyway you know we sort of bubbling around in a bit of Ryan. So, what are the main to me was I should say We'll aged either we bubble. The moving criminal a little closer back to where process currently now you know. I looked at try pullbacks. Pullback. We saw I saw as consolidation that occurred back fall looks pretty much from the twelfth of October to the seventeenth of October just Assad Roy. Zippy zippy's easy ZAP. And and then we saw that little bullish candle now that bullish was on the seventeenth of two. and. What we say from, there's a just a really great run. You know it's just a bloody good move simple as that. That's it a really, really really strong move. Sorry From here. What are we were? Options will as we consoled Loa well, it doesn't look at this moment. Look things can change very very quickly bitcoin strong right now let's not forget it. You know the clothes that we had yesterday. Is the highest close that we have ever had on the x shot, but we haven't closed that high. Let me tell you the last time we close at home that that close. Thirteen, six, full five. That's the the loss close that we had high was the eighth of January two, thousand and tank. That's a long time ago. You know that's that's a long time ago. So. It's it is looking incredibly bullish and we could certainly say bitcoin just tackle and just say you know what? Thank you mother for the rabbit shot the guys hold Shot the guy the horses bolted and off we go on I, rip. Of A? So, these are the realities of our marketing aged. As we consolidate, we get closer to having an opportunity where we look to be too overboard. And then. We can. Off Again. Tell you the truth. I love a little pullback really would. Pay The guy. Nor what what Bitcoin Golf Forever said why? But I wanted to get up with simplicity why because I tried? The a trade for living radio. So what I want I, want to pull back because pullback software paternity PULCHRA breakout. It'd be fine. The three strategies designed around pullbacks or breakouts. That's it. Boom Shaka Laka Saunders. Whitening say what does on? Basically. I didn't come in on the fifteen but tell you what? He a little bit sleigh for the time being. So what happened yesterday was we did move down..
"saunders" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Right I mean. Surrogate. Say something I was going to say. To your point about. This. Truth. This moment of truth it is there were some painful moments in these interviews I conducted, but the key is framing these interviews and you sit down at the top client and say, Hey, in this case, a real store when I did Mike I said Mike I really have been so impressed with how union business partners operate run your business over the years. I want to get better at what I do and how I can engage with you and help you grow your business. I'd love to get your feedback on how I operate. So I can improve and that framing completely changes the complexion of the conversation instead of just asking them this sort of awkward questions about yourself. Now they complimenting now you're deepen the relationship and I would argue changing complexion of it forever, and in fact, it did and I'll never forget that very individual asking him. Mike. I remember, I got rid of the so vividly, Mike, what's the best thing about working with my company and I I remember thinking myself this is where he tells me how amazing I am. Can I tell you something and he did not mention my name once in the next two or three sentences that came out of his about and I was blown away blown away. And when I remember driving home a driving out of his office that afternoon. Realizing holy cow. This is what you're brandis. Right. Your brand is what people say that too. You're not around to poke. At that moment brand became very clear to me and that I needed to manage it better with him and all the things done with him and his team over the years and making more aware of it. 'cause it was always my head I knew I did it. But clearly wasn't that evident to him. It was a great brand awareness moment for me. So John when you're writing this book somewhere in the process of writing this book or thinking about it, it's like I wanNA write a book that when. Someone reads it they do X. Like what is the end result you're looking for for let's say twenty percent of the people that read it. If they got this I know I did something amazing. What do you want them to get what you want them to do? Thank you I. Really appreciate that it's this book ultimately is is for leaders and contributors, but I would argue for contributors, it eventually want to become leaders because helping build that mindset what I hope people can do from getting this book is. I build trust that's a huge part of the story from from making this all happened I don't think any of Michael Cabins without building trust. There's a whole chapter dedicated to that Gutu then going out and Dobie, his process system to unleash all of these gives that your team numbers have and make them feel safe to execute on them in and leverage them because if you. Don't create that trust in that safety. It's very difficult for people to break out there their their box, Utah performance or already in that mindset but they're not the usual folks. It's the other end of the middle and end of the Bulker I think need more help as a leader I believe with a few of these states, steps and processes put out you can help make that happen. Brilliant. Because I think at the end of the day, that is what we all want and a lot of people that work for corporations that might actually enjoy going into work do not feel safe and but what I mean by feeling safe is if they think something's going wrong, they don't feel comfortable saying, Hey, I think we're going in the wrong direction because they don't want to be seen as the bad person or be attacked or whatever. If you create an organization where people feel safe saying, Hey, I think we're going the wrong direction then you can have. A conversation I realize oh no, we're not everything. Okay and is settled right in then or you realize John's doing something wrong. You go ahead no idea let's fix that and what I'm describing there seems like commonsense but in most corporations that simply does not happen. What happens is I go to my friends in the company. Can you believe what John's doing they go I can't believe he's doing that and it creates these silos and poor communications and makes the slower than we are. So hats off to you for releasing this book John is going to be available everywhere. It's going to be online in. December seven th the week of December Center. Just around the corner and go out there get this book and drop John. Align, let him know how this book helped you build a stronger organization. John thanks so much being on the show. If you enjoyed this episode. Please go to I tunes of Viva Five Star Rating, and if you're looking for more tools, go to my website at no limit selling dot com I've got free mine training course there. That's going to teach you some insights on the world anura ristic programming, and that is the fastest way to get better results..
Fresh update on "saunders" discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"It and it's just not always a perfect path forward Sinali pivot, but it's so hard to focus because it's easy for me to tell you hey, johnny focus. But when you got like your baby and you can help like a small companies and in unity funds and this is like, no, no, they all need me and I need to do this and we talk ourselves into that stuff that we'd never let a friend do that but somehow we delude ourselves that were so awesome we can do it. Worse lies we tell more of these other ourselves aren't they absolutely. So going back to the early part of the story, one of the things that really turns me on is what you have someone who's chemist and they know when you have a catalyst, you do this and this happens then they go into leadership and they take a concept frahm chemistry and they bring it into another discipline and it just shines brings a new thought process or insights into the new profession and would you described about him being in the kitchen and being prepared for any disaster and bringing that mindset and that confidence to his leadership role is how we move industries forward. Right. Having that ability to adapt I I think it was darling. It said it's not the strongest who survived at the Windsor Most Kennedy's school. Yeah. Can adopt them. He's a great example that. For for Jillian. So you had also spoken to the folks at Motley Fool's. So tell us about how did you get connected and what was that interview like Shaw One of my men tease actually was pursuing a career at that firm. He met founder one of the cofounders through that process and I met him through that he had the CO founder committed to a presentation to to our business school program that he's ended a mentor for. Met. The gentleman through that Serbs on zoo because the world today but I. Agree chopped him afterwards and said boy I I knew a little bit about the mountain full story. But after hearing it through that I thought man this, this is a perfect fit for the story. Was a story. You can sort of they started back in the nineties. This. Better way to invest in stocks. Wall Street is this big machine, these big Goliath and they just thought, and there's gotta be a better way to get this done. That's more on it's not so suit and tie in this kind of thing. So you think about the name ended up itself right the Motley fool what is the Motley fool famous for right? They went they were the ones that's sort addressed goofy entertained everybody but more broadly stroke spoke choice to power spoke the truth to the king right in power, and so these guys very much Both cofounders are majors and love Shakespeare. That's basically how they came to the name. They. Wanted to be that. Speaker of truth to wall. Street the Goliath Wall. Street. And boy, have they done it and big of all over Gosh Twenty since ninety, three, ninety, four, they launch disturbed out on AOL chat room believe it or not I mean. Who Does anybody know not any? Worse than it was a lesson that they shared with you like this was our lesson that we learned was that lesson yeah were based figured out was one you've got to make work fun engaging people don't want people spend most of their lives at work. Why don't they want to show it'd be told what to do and not have a little bit of fun and what they landed on after a number of years was an extraordinary mission that drives what they do every single day in. It's so simple and so prophetic we wanna make the world richer smarter happier. You think about that they don't they didn't say rich smart and happy right which are happier smarter and so there's no end to it. It's over does for their people is it helps them live in this constant state of innovation or optimizations I looked call in that if. If if you're ever thinking about trying this or doing that or trump taking on a new challenge, is it thrown fulfill our simple mission and it makes decision victim very simple for people but it also gets the constantly thinking how do I do this? How do I? Hope the world can richer smarter happier brilliant. As you were interviewing these folks for your book a lot of times by interviewing other people we discover things about ourselves on this writing a book and some of those conversations what did you discover about yourself? That question. Thank you rescue When I went into starting this book it actually started out with a mixture on innovation and discovery for me was I haven't really been innovating my whole life in career I've been optimizing and so but I didn't I never recognize that until I started to talk to all these folks have realized that that was really the word been centering my wife's work around. That was a big discovery for me. It sounds simple but it changed the direction of the book in many ways. Brilliant. So as you look out into the world, what's one of the techniques you could share with listeners to entice them to get your book to optimize their lives that they could use right now sure. The biggest element. Of the whole book is really the principles that make the optimize your mindset, it's being vulnerable. It's being a problem solver. It's being customer centric and it's happening extraordinary excellent focus on excellence, and after talking to all these folks in my work over the twenty five years or so those are the key elements found is he'll as leader one need to try to find people with those skills and seek them out in the interview process and as a contributor need. To try to think about how to develop these skills to to really I believe have this mindset in unleash your gifts are unleash your potential to the organization and drivers all to tell me about word moderable that you used in our lexicon in business. We give it like we talk about it. But nobody ever practices it because it's seen as weakness tell me about one of the people you interviewed or in your life where you vulnerable ended up saving the day. I'll tell you as a so I was salesperson for many years for Return Wall Street that was a leader for many years. So I'll never forget this I'm sitting in a sales meeting in the sales field field filters guy for six or seven years rape one but I I kinda class vote flattened out sitting at the award ceremony end of the year and I remember sitting there anxiously and thinking Oh man is is it need issue and they announced the person's name. It wasn't me and it hit me right and there more I wasn't even in the running. And up until that burn moment, I was deluding myself that I was I remember just this. I can actually feel the chills get right back to me tell me Mr Wagon was ten years ago I was so mad that I got my let myself to that and get so complacent and so the guideline the big award for the company that you're one guy gets the biggest company gave out. I went right to him afterwards and I said, did you do something differently this to help kind of change the complexion of Your Business and he said yes I, went to my best relationships and ask them for feedback on how I operate. Now, I get approve how I operate and I thought holy cow who does that Please your survey that you created I tweaked it marginally and I set off on the same mission and I'll tell you what you want an amazing start stop continue exercise go out and serve relationships on what it's like to work with you. I did it. I literally got a survey within a week went out and started executing survey within days, and in fact, the next year I won the same award he did it was unbelievable turnaround. That is brilliant. Thank you for sharing that because at the end of the day, we are so scared to ask that question because what if they say we don't like this and the only person we're scared of is how we're GonNa feel because if the feeling at they're already feeling it anyway and a lot of times we get trained that you know don't show weakness I was doing a training and there was a couple that were in the training that would just not getting the results. So Meyer expertise is how do you change mindset and they will working on a? Problem, they just weren't getting the results and it's like he's sure like what's going on Oh we didn't want should tell people are real issues. So we just made up an issue so we wouldn't look so weak because I need we have this demeanor we need to put on people and it's like, okay that makes sense I never. WanNa. Go through life where I'm like pretending to be someone I'm not do I still do it once in a while absolutely a catch myself by the way that's why God invented spouses to keep you in line and tell you the truth..
"saunders" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Hello everyone today, I had the privilege of having John Saunders here he's the optimize her and John I need optimizing welcome to the program. Thanks for having me marks for to be here. So you've got this book coming out that that's one of the reasons I wanted to talk to you because ultimately at the end of the day, no matter who you are where you are we're always looking for that edge and how do we optimize ourselves and our organizations so tell me about the book. Sure I just say that my inspiration for. Was Thinking back over my almost twenty five years Working Wall Street and I just saw so many people that had this incredible ability but it was hidden for years and what I found was partially were maybe a little bit complacent and oftentimes more afraid to kind of break out of their shell and think there's a variety of reasons why they are afraid some internal, some extra driven or tab is if you can help unleash that gift and help them think in this optimize their mindset, it can really deliver powerful results for an organization. Absolutely you brought up the word fear and fear is the enemy of success on one hand on ask you a question and answer as best as you can. Sure. That, what is if we have love on one side? What's the other side of that coin? What's the counter emotion? Do you think of love interest in our field at the therapist officer? I suppose hate. Would think that and in mind worldview hate is a symptom I think what's on the other side of that is fear fear is the counterpart of love and then we act out in ways from fear of not committing whatever and the reason I bring that in is this is that when we go to do things to be sales people or leaders or whatever what gets in the ways fear as well, and so it's just kind of interesting that fear is the heart of the human condition that stops us from having those relationships. You want people we care about as well as showing up in this world in a powerful way. It's really interesting point I appreciate that also not limited just a few. I think there's a few other major emotional factors that I talked about the book as well On. Well tell us about those what are the other ones you're up to list them all out fear Moss, and certainty in a really powerful one of doubt Beaupre Brownies made the most famous in chain and just share my thoughts on after minute. One of the things I found in my research just experience over the years was two elements of shame. Shame is a very powerful force that will keep people will stop do they will not do something. Because, they're afraid of feeling a change you tried something you took a risk, didn't work naive to go your boss, your spouse, your partner what have you and tell them you failed and people feel at Shane. That's one that's internal. There's a second one that hasn't gotten a lot of precedent in my view and that is external in you have to lead a big change initiative and I saw this my own life where you're trying to drive change and the messaging on the has to be critically is critical important. You can't commit and say, Hey, the more early been doing the last ten years has been a mistake. And that happens that's how people fame change sometimes as opposed to hate there's extra forces changing industry and we need to head will be done great things for ten years, twenty years whatever. But there's these extra forces taking place we need to address, and therefore we need to all I mean think about their messages. So I'm going to push back on the shame thing because what you said I think is absolutely true that shame can be so debilitating that it stops us dead in our tracks. So there's another gentleman out there his name is Don Jamaica and he's a bunch of books. One of them's called the code of the executive. And he found a manual training manual for the Samurai. Interest. joined. The Samurai and you do all the training and you'll cooling you're ponytail and you got the big sword and everything is like amazing till you go into battle because when everything is just training, you can be pretty brave. But when you go into battle this other Samurai there and a lot of people newbies were run away from the fights and what the uses sham as a motivator to bolster courage that it would be so shameful to run away in battle and they used shame as a way to empower people to be more courageous, which is a just depends as leadership, right? How to use the emotional landscape to create the change that you want kind of any thoughts on that. I mean. So I think the Samurai stories hundreds of years old. Ancient. So I think maybe there's a more modern way to to get through that I would agree I'm a big believer in Iran a sales team for many years that posting the numbers that the scoreboard if you will is is one way I guess to bring about change. Not so subtle. Some people when they're at the bottom of the Board Day get crushed and other people like dammit. I'm number three I need to be number one, and that's a shame gives them the power to move forward. So absolutely, because ultimately the end of the day when you go to business school, teach you all about these are the processes. These are the strategies and that human element what your books about is not really taught or taught well at all and you've been to a lot of people leaders out there in the space and Philip Holt was one of the people that you spoke to. So tell us about up his company and his story. Sure. Phillip was a guy that earlier out working as a kitchen that was one of his first jobs yet a big passion for Food and learned very early on that sooner or later something's GonNa go wrong if his the APP to work in was a owner operator said if you know the guy cooking in the kitchen place and he taught him very early on the. GonNa, go wrong right. You're going to run out of this girl with down or whatever, and you've got to be able to adjust on the fly. So he taught Gary early. Very. Early, on this whole idea, you know if the heat's to bigger kitchen to to get out if you will, and he embraced it and he figured out ways to adapt on the fly, and then he took that knowledge and apply it to a corporate life were you went under the ace for a number of years and then landed a job actually recently is running a big game studio Microsoft. So. Did he tell you about one of his failures like this was going wrong and this is what I learned this high transformed it. Yeah. He he's in the midst of between EA and Microsoft he worked he actually started the company and raised nine million dollars to start a company of Game Company and data and Lettuce Company and a a big lesson humor through that. Was We're starting a company and building a business you have to have focus and he attempted to do early on was run really to companies a data analytics company either gave puppy and Willie investors. He he tried to get money from the didn't that he didn't get mine for said. You've yet to pick on the other and he said I right I got this you know and. Should remember had to shut down one of those businesses and eventually got they didn't quite get it. Needed to be a native, they had to shut it down but I think the big lesson he took away from that was knowing that sometimes you do have to pit.
L'Oreal Introduces Lipstick Able To Withstand Getting Hit By Bus
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"saunders" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast
"Wake up from the nap and start talking to my husband and he jumps out of his skin because he was there because she took the first time I was like one or like I look like lunch. I don't know like what is happening special Saunders household camouflage. I know I don't how to just blend undisturbed with the laundry. And I think it's the same as the corn when I took the first time I was like God actually and then the second time I was like literally what is wrong with me, even though oh my gosh, you guys I have to tell you when she wrote this on her pre-interview found. She said when my husband mistook me for laundry two, maybe three times and then in parentheses she but why am I so pretty like my bathrobe outfit with the towel is like this my most attractive outfit. I'm always like wearing and he's like, wow love it because we both know I looked I am like walking laundry off. Yeah. I love to put way that pretend like I'm so beautiful. Oh, yeah. Oh my gosh. This reminds me of something that's recently happened in our household, which is where we have this garden and we have all these new trees. So I was always going outside dog. During but I don't ever wear shoes in the house and then I have to go outside and water and I'm like dang it. What shoes am I going to put on? I don't want to bend over, you know, so Mom told me. Oh, I have these Garden clogs that I don't wear cuz they don't fit me and so she gave them to me. Well, they are I'm sorry Mom. I love you so much, but they are the ugliest I think she knows and really ugly. They're like Crocs with no holes, but then they're like this table color and they're just so like lumpy and shapeless and I put those suckers on and my husband's like, I don't know about those children like these are my sexiest shoes. I'm not trying to turn you on. What is the matter with you? I know it's kind of like the robots it. Yeah. So then last night we were I was standing there with my sixteen year old daughter and I remember why I started shaking my butt and smacking it. I wasn't doing something my dancing at the kitchen. There was a reason I didn't just spontaneously do this, but I can't remember what the reason is now. Reasons you might have done that anyway, so many I know I can't even narrow it down. She goes mom. Why don't you go in the bedroom and show that move to Dad and I'm like, oh honey. I'm not I don't want to cuz I'll get them started and she's like really Mom you think that's going to turn down on and I'm like, honey. Do you realize how easy it is the bomb long? It's kind of like, yes, that's hilarious. She was just like wow. Okay, Mom. I don't really think about it. But this is my nightmare. Oh my gosh. Okay talk to me about the most impressive Maneuvers that you did a lot of your boyfriend slash now has been in high school twice..
Market Update with Alex Saunders, Nuggets News
"We just recently had bitcoin cross twelve, thousand dollars it ran up you know to to grand over the course of a weekend pretty much. While big money was asleep in, you know out on their yachts. And then it came crashing back fourteen hundred dollars in five minutes who's responsible for these kinds of moves behind the scenes you've been around forever. Can you give us any kind of insight into why bitcoin can be you know more exciting than ever pay pals on board US banks have been cleared to get on board why would there be a fourteen hundred dollar price crash in five minutes? So. As you say up in which the charts like daily, since two, thousand, twelve and. Becomes always been volatile because it it's hard to like get specific value and it's always despite some sentiment narratives. But now we've got these hundred x leverage which dominates trading in markets in volume and a lot of other things are getting their prospect. David from from mix in the lock. So I really try to particularly begin did not even look at that price m a lot of people always say that and not to worry about it but honestly that number on the screen now that we're getting from these hundred exchanges is just not relative. So if you arrive with negotiating OTC you, as you say, we'd probably be negotiating around eleven thousand dollars somewhere in the middle, but we're not wired about the day-to-day process if I'm going to buy million dollars of becoming a few on the weekend and it feels funny. Way Not rookie out Monday in on paying twenty percent less negotiating on seven I average price or something like that and that's why people really need to think about it because these big wild and try it is that you know the K levels that everybody's watching they know everyone stops even some of the exchanges that had against their own customers or whatever. So they can push the crossed this level of volume in liquidities inner on weekends where we've seen a lot of this stuff. You low time it gets pushed up on the weekend, and then he gets sort of smashed back down by Monday morning and it's just these guys. They can push markets around. So Tokyo don't worry about it too much. Yeah outlets, good advice and I think these derivatives exchanges is probably the biggest difference between this bull run and the last one. In fact, the very end of the two thousand seventeen bull run is when bitcoin was launched on Sami futures and bit. Mex- came to live like the literally the day of that was the top of the market. So with these with the huge money being able to make profit in both directions and manipulate things almost in three. D.. As opposed to two D now is holding dead or is that still going to be a profitable strategy for people that are just trying to get into crypto? Absolutely holding is still the most profitable strategy in Atto Ole as I really think you should just be dollar cost averaging into to join the May I'm a huge belaboring Theorem as well, but I guess that's up to you whatever ye locked. But over time these markets growing to an enormous market cap and when you zoom out, it's almost slightly SOCK on as low shots that we look at because of the exponential growth and people just. Tied down in the Diet a diet. All should aboard here or crippled he. Never, GonNa beat the bottom never gonna peak the top and you're getting get shaken outy few wiles. Enjoy the ride, use it to your advantage. You know set some low beads exchange, review the computer. When we have these thousand crash, you know just by a little bit extra from adult cost averaging stack because over time the wires cannot manipulate the process. It's it's going up into the rot as long as we continue to grow, which is going to grow into the trillions of dollars among cap for Bitcoin for these other leading particles. So use that. To your advantage Derby August football, even nowadays fustrating. one-sided caught a thought that we've got to leverage bitcoin people. I'm going to speculate outside D two, thousand, seventeen. That's something that was seeking is GonNa play out but then we saw excited like FDA at high leverage on these outs. So it was like a guy will allow people to. Try to outs on one hundred times leverage will I guess of course, the gravy and you might afford you in Allah and that sort of Chinese and now it's like twenty seventeen on steroids I think he's really going on honestly think that we're about to say all the robinhood tried his diabetes detritus. Most. Countries than we sold, the nasdaq-listed Company mockery strategy put money to bitcoin notes. It's to be I and now wants to be lost. We've seen that now with legendary invest poultry to giants I think we're GONNA say we'd State actors like governments or Central Bank somebody's going to be first and then that he's GonNa, stop the peaceful run lost
"saunders" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"This is Robert loss of welcome to another episode of cars that matter today we're joined by Dr Curtis Saunders, , Mechanical Engineer Researcher at Johns Hopkins University Tower Things in Baltimore today, , Curtis agreed Robert. . It's a beautiful sunny day here in Curtis is here because he's the owner of a nineteen fourteen Ford model t now I guess I could make all kinds of jokes curtis about how you really need a PhD in mechanical engineering to work on one of these. . But I'm sure it doesn't hurt. . I we're going to dig into the history of the Ford model teachers to understand a little bit better. . Why was such important automobile? ? The Ford model t is often named the car the century. . Obviously, , it's an important car. . Why is it important to you? ? I should say while I'm a mechanical engineer I've always loved history. . I'm always been a student of history and history has always been a passion of mine. . So the model t important to to me. . One of the reasons is just the impact it had on American history and just the general in addition just to manufacturing in general the manufacturing methods behind the model. t . some of the things that Henry Ford merely pioneered with the car I was just really fast anyhow had in areas as well as the impact car itself had in American culture from what I understand. . They made about fifteen million and they had quite a lifespan and first one came. . Out in Nineteen Oh eight is that right? ? Yes. . That is correct Kinda wrap things up by one, , thousand, nine, , , hundred, , Ninety, seven , when by that time was almost as much of an antique as it is today it's amazing how long the car ran and even through its cycle while the appeared. . So the car changed a lot of the underlying the chemical structure while had some changes remain basically the same, , the same four cylinder engine, , the chew speed transmission. . The bones are really did run twenty years I remember years and years ago in my former life I worked with the operating engineers, , UCLA. . What do we have these emergency generator rooms now ucla campus was built back in the nineteen twenties and we actually had an emergency generator that was still powered by a Model T. engine this back in the eighties imagine that that old engine was deemed reliable enough and competent enough to be working all those decades later. . Really Testament to the Durance of that particular design you talk about Henry, , Ford and how the model t was really the first mass produced car but I almost get the feeling. . Henry could have been making washing machines or vacuum cleaners in a lot of ways the model t was sort of a test bed for the whole production line process actually rates moving assembly line process was not unique to model ts and applied to so many different types of products from airplanes, , trains, , cars, , like you said, , also goods washing machines TV's. . Of that type of process, , we take it for granted now, , but someone had to think of it I in there had to be a pioneer that type of industry that really started this whole thing not only introducing a whole new way of making things it was done. So . efficiently and relatively inexpensively that I gave any American with a halfway decent paying job the opportunity to own a car or it's eight a here's rolling car off the assembly. . Line every ninety seconds from what I understand though maybe you can correct me if I'm wrong the model t was such a grand vision of Henry Ford's that he actually set up manufacturing facilities or plants all around the country, , and even in other comments, , he truly believed it was the car for the masses I. . Don't think he really viewed it as just something for a specific region or even a specific country her specific time thought he'd really. . distill down essential components vehicle and that that's what anyone in the world would what I guess. . There was more than just one model T. everything from pickup trucks to delivery vans they made a whole bunch of them didn't they? ? Absolutely, , there is various types of cars from to Cedars. . Cedars even enclosed cars and open cars later and the whole line of trucks. . You can even buy a model t rolling chassis and build your own body for it. . If you didn't like what Fort is offering, , you could just build your own. . You're not even limited cars like you said, , the power plant could by the Ford engine, , the Ford, , power plant and just apple sorts of other applications that would make a nice Margarita blender wouldn't it just about the right amount of horsepower to get that is just just right. . Everybody knows what one looks like but I suspect most people don't really understand what it takes to. . Make one move got a little engine. . What is like three liter inline four or something like that it's a little inline four and it has a two speed transmission. . What's the horsepower output on that engine? ? Would you figure it was rated at twenty two and a half horsepower? ? Wow. . Okay. . There's a lot of lawnmowers. . Today might a riding mower hardware store that has more horsepower than this little novelty
Curtis Saunders and his 1914 Model T
"This is Robert loss of welcome to another episode of cars that matter today we're joined by Dr Curtis Saunders, Mechanical Engineer Researcher at Johns Hopkins University Tower Things in Baltimore today, Curtis agreed Robert. It's a beautiful sunny day here in Curtis is here because he's the owner of a nineteen fourteen Ford model t now I guess I could make all kinds of jokes curtis about how you really need a PhD in mechanical engineering to work on one of these. But I'm sure it doesn't hurt. I we're going to dig into the history of the Ford model teachers to understand a little bit better. Why was such important automobile? The Ford model t is often named the car the century. Obviously, it's an important car. Why is it important to you? I should say while I'm a mechanical engineer I've always loved history. I'm always been a student of history and history has always been a passion of mine. So the model t important to to me. One of the reasons is just the impact it had on American history and just the general in addition just to manufacturing in general the manufacturing methods behind the model. t some of the things that Henry Ford merely pioneered with the car I was just really fast anyhow had in areas as well as the impact car itself had in American culture from what I understand. They made about fifteen million and they had quite a lifespan and first one came. Out in Nineteen Oh eight is that right? Yes. That is correct Kinda wrap things up by one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven when by that time was almost as much of an antique as it is today it's amazing how long the car ran and even through its cycle while the appeared. So the car changed a lot of the underlying the chemical structure while had some changes remain basically the same, the same four cylinder engine, the chew speed transmission. The bones are really did run twenty years I remember years and years ago in my former life I worked with the operating engineers, UCLA. What do we have these emergency generator rooms now ucla campus was built back in the nineteen twenties and we actually had an emergency generator that was still powered by a Model T. engine this back in the eighties imagine that that old engine was deemed reliable enough and competent enough to be working all those decades later. Really Testament to the Durance of that particular design you talk about Henry, Ford and how the model t was really the first mass produced car but I almost get the feeling. Henry could have been making washing machines or vacuum cleaners in a lot of ways the model t was sort of a test bed for the whole production line process actually rates moving assembly line process was not unique to model ts and applied to so many different types of products from airplanes, trains, cars, like you said, also goods washing machines TV's. Of that type of process, we take it for granted now, but someone had to think of it I in there had to be a pioneer that type of industry that really started this whole thing not only introducing a whole new way of making things it was done. So efficiently and relatively inexpensively that I gave any American with a halfway decent paying job the opportunity to own a car or it's eight a here's rolling car off the assembly. Line every ninety seconds from what I understand though maybe you can correct me if I'm wrong the model t was such a grand vision of Henry Ford's that he actually set up manufacturing facilities or plants all around the country, and even in other comments, he truly believed it was the car for the masses I. Don't think he really viewed it as just something for a specific region or even a specific country her specific time thought he'd really. distill down essential components vehicle and that that's what anyone in the world would what I guess. There was more than just one model T. everything from pickup trucks to delivery vans they made a whole bunch of them didn't they? Absolutely, there is various types of cars from to Cedars. Cedars even enclosed cars and open cars later and the whole line of trucks. You can even buy a model t rolling chassis and build your own body for it. If you didn't like what Fort is offering, you could just build your own. You're not even limited cars like you said, the power plant could by the Ford engine, the Ford, power plant and just apple sorts of other applications that would make a nice Margarita blender wouldn't it just about the right amount of horsepower to get that is just just right. Everybody knows what one looks like but I suspect most people don't really understand what it takes to. Make one move got a little engine. What is like three liter inline four or something like that it's a little inline four and it has a two speed transmission. What's the horsepower output on that engine? Would you figure it was rated at twenty two and a half horsepower? Wow. Okay. There's a lot of lawnmowers. Today might a riding mower hardware store that has more horsepower than this little novelty
U.S. extradition trial for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange begins in London
"Judges allowing the U. S fight to extradite Julian Massage to continue the Wikileaks Wikileaks founder facing espionage charges for leaking confidential US files outside the court today, supporters demonstrating songs his father, calling him a publisher and journalist condemning the charges against him. It's oppression of journalism on free everywhere in the western world. It has to stop Saunders attorneys unsuccessful unsuccessfully seeking a delay in today's hearing.
Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico
"Double trouble. In fact, this will will be be be historic historic historic historic Marco Marco Marco Marco Marco in in in in in in the the the the the the the Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf of of of of of of of Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Laura Laura Laura Laura Laura Laura Laura about about about about about about about to to to to to to to enter enter enter enter enter enter enter the the the the the the the Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf That That That That That That That hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't not not not not not not not happened happened happened happened happened happened happened before before before before before before before in in in in in in in history history history history history history history to to to to to to to hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes at at at at at at at the the the the the the the same same same same same same same time time time time time time time in in in in in in in the the the the the the the Gulf right now, just tropical storms again. Here's Katie are H is Cliff Saunders? Yeah. Marco is a tropical storm now downgraded from hurricane stand is targeting Louisiana going to make landfall today. Any impacts tow us are still two days out, but just goingto be rain. Stacey Stewart National Hurricane Center, says the one that watches Tropical Storm Laura, which could start impacting US Wednesday night. Could end up with a system making landfall somewhere between Vermillion Bay and possibly as far West as the Houston Galveston area as a strong Katou, possibly even a major hurricane parts of Texas. Still in the cone impact will be felt outside the cone because off her field, she's expected to gain strength preparations underway. Governor Greg Abbott declared a disaster for 23 Texas counties, including Harrison, Galveston. This will help the state meet critical emergency protection requirements, including evacuation. In in sheltered, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says Stay informed. Don't go to social media for your hurricane information so opposed where someone predicted 200 Mile an hour winds that is not a legitimate forecast. So stick to your station. Credible news sources Ignore Facebook. He's going to join us at 7 47. We should have a better feel for Laura's track tomorrow when when the storm is done with Cuba and firmly in the Gulf of Mexico. Yeah, has been bottling and changing direction. Sam Really bower by our
Lexington, Prague and Life inside the US Open bubble
"Tennis is back and it is back courtesy of to tournaments in Lexington and Prague. which have taken place over the last week that meant that Katherine Wichita was presenting tennis on television once more Matt's round of applause for Katherine. How good was she? Splendid. You've made me do around of applause well, holding microphone in one hand is difficult but Katherine. Presenting, tabby look very, very easy as she does. Did you do it. Yeah I really did I mean total shock to the system I had to wear non elasticated wastes I had to. Get up before nine am and. Work. That's D Work I mean a lot of that work was watching tennis and talking about it, which is no hardship expertise violins out for me, but it did take. A couple of days of adjustment and I did I did parise my tally wardrobe and veer towards the items that did have elasticated waste say no longer in the suitcase, which now is buying up yet it's been the Kobe. Pack the. Case. To take to St Louis Park. Containing my my tally jvm. Isaac. is any impact through week Stockley Park is where the video assistant referee job isn't it for the football? Yes I've had a va or seminar at Stockley Park. I've you know from? The the BBC. SNOOKA, coverage is coming out of the an adjacent studio at the time. So I was I was mingling with Ken, Doherty and Stephen Hendry all week. So blockbuste-. TENNIS PUNDITS CATHERINE was presenting Amazon prime videos coverage of Lexington We will talk about that. We'll talk about Prague, we're GONNA be talking about the USO and people that are playing people that are not playing other pullouts this week Rossi GonNa talk to Dan Evans. The British number one on life in the bubble he arrived over the weekend. A chat with him last night. So we'll hear from him about what it's like over there. 'cause we can't go this year, which is going to be a bit weird but. At least it looks like it is going ahead from a sports playing tennis playing perspective. At least we'll be something for everybody to watch. But the the event itself in. Lexington am I right in thinking that that was Put. Together in about a month's yeah I believe four weeks. Was the time line. Say, John Saunders, the tournament director over there they had some from Octagon, the management company and they do or they haven't passed hosted a challenger event. So they do have some experience of hosting tournaments but it a very very. legit respect, low level and they they three together this this tool level event four weeks notice. which. ADDS the eyes of the tennis world's on it. The top seed Tennis Club which. Is positioned adjacent to retirement home and with a fairly main road running across the back of the center court. Along which there were. Removals, vans and cement mixes and pickup trucks. Interrupting, interrupting the days tennis frequently. And it was all delightfully quaint and so apt somehow because tennis is more humble. Now upon its return in tennis players are having to be more humble and so it felt kind of really perfect that status his return I know we had Palermo last week in. Pro Pro concurrently, which is a more established tour van but to meet just felt really perfect that it was as as humbling as it was a setting. And even more perfect. He had kind of tennis's biggest superstars at the moment Serena Williams, coca golf and Venus Williams who emerged as they. See Pistol once again,
New York Judge Nixes President Trump's Bid to Delay Lawsuit from Woman Alleging Rape
"Trump's bid to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman alleging rape. A New York judge has ruled against President Donald Trump in his attempt to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman who accused him of rape, pointing to a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling that the president isn't immune from a criminal investigation by the Manhattan district attorney Judge Virna Saunders said the same principle applies to Fiji in Carol's defamation lawsuit, Carol says Trump slurred her in denying her claim that he raped her in the 19 nineties. Trump attorney Marc Kasowitz argues the Supreme Court ruling was limited to the criminal context and did not extend to civil matters. I'm Mike
Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a New York judge allows a defamation lawsuit against the president to continue judge verna Saunders is allowing a defamation lawsuit brought against president Donald Trump to proceed Saunders ruled the presidency doesn't shield truck from the case brought by former elle magazine advice columnist E. Jean Carroll who accuses trump of rape the judge pointed to a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling allowing Manhattan district attorney Cyrus R. Vance junior to subpoena trump's tax records for a state grand jury investigation Carroll who seeking trump's DNA as potential evidence says trump slurred her in denying her claim that he raped her in the nineteen nineties hi Mike Rossio
Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a judge denies president trump's bid to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman alleging rape a New York judge has ruled against president Donald Trump and his attempt to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman who accused him of rape pointing to a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling that the president isn't immune from the criminal investigation by the Manhattan district attorney judge verna Saunders said the same principle applies to E. Jean Carroll's defamation lawsuit Carol says trump slurred her in denying her claims that he raped her in the nineteen nineties trump attorney Marc Kasowitz argues the Supreme Court ruling was limited to the criminal context and did not extend to civil matters hi Mike Rossi up
Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a judge denies president trump's bid to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman alleging rape a New York judge has ruled against president Donald Trump and his attempt to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman who accused him of rape pointing to a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling that the president isn't immune from the criminal investigation by the Manhattan district attorney judge verna Saunders said the same principle applies to E. Jean Carroll's defamation lawsuit Carol says trump slurred her in denying her claims that he raped her in the nineteen nineties trump attorney Marc Kasowitz argues the Supreme Court ruling was limited to the criminal context and did not extend to civil matters hi Mike Rossi up
COVID-19 reshapes and reduces back-to-school spending
"Covet nineteen has reshaped and reduced back to school spending back to school shopping is usually a gold mine for retailers but due to the corona virus sales will be down compared to last year grew predictions this year good spending will be down by around six point four percent retail expert Neil Saunders on why this back to school shopping season is so important retailers but watching it very closely the what happened and to see if there are any trends that they can discern as we go into really important occasions of Halloween and thanksgiving and Black Friday to back to school shopping season for retailers is second only to the Christmas holidays I surely after
Microsoft discontinues Xbox One X and Xbox One S digital
"Soft is discontinued the xbox, one x and the xbox. One S digital editions or Digital Edition this from Tom Warren at the verge who writes Mark Stop is officially halting production of its xbox. One X and xbox one s all digital edition consoles. As you ramp into the future with xbox series x? We're taking the natural step of stopping production on xbox one. And xbox. As ULCHIN and quote says a Microsoft spokesperson statement to the Verge Xbox. One S will continue to be manufactured in sold globally reports of ex and xbox. One S shortages have service in recent weeks, and there has been an increased demand in Microsoft and Sony's current Gen consoles during the pandemic or production is ending on the xbox and the xbox one s digital edition. It's like that stock for some retailers will still be available in the coming months. Quote Gamers can check with their local retailers for more detail details on xbox, one hardware availability and quote says America spokesperson. The xbox one s all digital edition was only launched in April last year a disc less. Version of the xbox one s reports have suggested that sales were strong for this particular console and Microsoft even bundle it as as part of the of the nineteen ninety nine monthly xbox, all access description that includes xbox game pass ultimate access Mark Saunders planning to continue its xbox all access all access subscriptions for the xbox series x launch later this year, offering subscribers opportunity to to upgrade the new console. Software maker is also expected to lodge cheaper, less powerful next. Gen xbox code-named Lockhart this this second xbox is likely to form a big part of Microsoft's pricing approach for. Gen xbox plans Greg. What's your reaction to all of this awesome? I think that. There's I don't want there to be for xbox going forward too much confusion. You've had all this time to buy these boxes to by the xbox one x right. Why would. We worry about that at this point. Right like you are about to launch the series that is GonNa take the place of the xbox. One X in this a pantheon of xbox is in the xbox ecosystem of Hey, for at least a couple of years. You'RE GONNA be able to play every all party games on any one of the xbox is so who cares I think that it makes so much sense to start eliminating some. Some of them make it easy when you go in. There is the xbox series x which is on the high end of the spectrum. There's the xbox one s of course. That's still happening like they're talking globally, but then really the question becomes whereas Lockhart. Is that Lockhart prediction. You know what I mean. The the streaming box the no disc, no, whatever just get it and have a thing for your xbox. Is that even? On the other end of the spectrum? Is it past the xbox one s where it is like hairs one for ninety nine bucks. Yeah, and and that is the big question. But I'm with you there. I think this definitely points to lockhart. And the place that they expect that council to take between the XBOX, series x, and now we have as the base, xbox one or xbox one.
"saunders" Discussed on Ologies
"Rainy day with sub high price I appreciate that also hello to majestic worm. And why do I need a? A nickname who both Dr, delivery trucks and are tuning in, so let's keep these good vibes a Roland with apology and it just did not have a specific apology. I looked at every quarter of the Internet for one. It didn't exist, but this is someone you heard on the black AF in stem episode. We did last month and I love his work so much. I just wanted to know more about his wildlife macro photography process. He has so many fans who are all listeners so I asked Patriots on what Allah Gee? This would even be in Zoltan and Sarah boasts suggested nature picture taking allergy rob over offered Wildlife Portrait Allergy Emily's Dad and And Rachel, the Gulf Coast said close up all gist, but then patron Ellen Silva suggested a from the Latin. Pero meaning to open or reveal and Ellen wrote of this. Guests work that these photos certainly reveal a world detail also bonus was like yes, a Pero, an aperture of the camera, also opening different spaces, both physically and culturally for more people to be included, so yes, apparel it is. Thank you, Ellen. A word was coined just for this episode never before. Have we done that on allergies? I'm usually very strict. The allergy exists elsewhere, but this one is just a very rare special occasion and I'm thrilled that there is now a. So we're going to be chatting about the magnificent art and science which you can see on his website again. Para Herbert LOGICA DOT COM linked in the show notes side note. A macro photo is technically one in which the size of the subject on the film or the image sensor is life, size or larger, so his artwork is larger than life. Scientifically speaking his instagram at reels on wheels is just a gallery of pensive Prang Mattis's and dead on stairs. From Beatles the cutest spiders with the most cartoony is and more, and as a lifelong bug lover. I was hooked on his work as soon as. As I saw aunt, he now has thirteen thousand followers on instagram most of them just from the last few weeks. It's climbing so fast. I wouldn't be surprised to see him. Break like one hundred thousand in the next three months, so follow him on there, and also by chance this episode coincides perfectly with Disability Pride Month as we celebrate the July nineteen ninety passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, so let's celebrate that with a glass of ICED tea and listened to his process, his relationships with animals, why we should appreciate the slithery Scaly, the Buggy, the creatures lenses, cheap gear hacks which spiders are. His macro photography mentors the best place to photograph invert and more also you may hear some beautiful chirping in the background, and you have to listen to the whole episode to find out what kind of bird it is just think of it as a lovely, hello from nature, so get ready for your eyes and ears and world to open with the wisdom and the creativity of wildlife photographer, and the world's first ever Ah Perry Allergist J. D.. Monroe on. A Chef Saunders. I'm so excited to talk to you I feel like you're my ansel, Adams you're like my any Lebed. My favorite dog over so this is kind of a big deal. I need to I'm going to have to play it, but cooler than us because I'm like seriously so so start to talk to you. So how long have you been doing photography? Did you like the outdoors in nature I? Or did you like photography I? I've always been a Herp at heart I grew up in San Antonio Texas. Also a just a quick aside. I'm actually it was originally born in California. I, don't know if you're from California. But I realized that you're out. That way was born and tinker air force base in Fairfield nowhere. I know exactly where that is. How long were you out in California? Before you moved to Texas not long enough to have any memories I think I moved from California when I was about three so i. really don't remember any of it. My upbringing really resides mostly in San. Antonio and a little bit in Phoenix Arizona but so back to San Antonio San Antonio. Chelsea one or the other members of stem. She studied knows, and that's that was my spark animal was. Like the the green, an old guy me completely obsessed with reptiles, amphibians, and all that stuff there are everywhere Antonio. Grena knows and Mediterranean Geckos. Go back to my brothers, who still lives there and like I cannot wait to get there because I just start searching around his house looking for an old, so I can, so my nieces and nephew of course growing up in the desert in Arizona in San Antonio that must have been like the best kind of animal to seize lizards, so like the crazy thing is an I I slept myself every time. It comes to mind, but I also remind myself A. Reason to be grateful. I was not really involved in herpetology are up. BECCA culture in any kind of way when I lived in Arizona. I went to high school in Arizona. My mom got stationed at Luke. Air Force Base I'm so grateful for it. Because the friends that I had there, they were the generation that followed a lot of the conflicts between the war on drugs, and the history, surrounding that in Oakland California how and a lot of them left Oakland like seeking a better life and they taught me so much about black life that I had no idea because one was raised by white parents my mom. My biological mother is white. and Also in the military so I mean we're like completely like cut off from reality we our entire bubble is just air force. That was my coming to reality. Moment was my friendship with them and I'm so grateful to them to this day because you know. They they. Opened me up to learn so much more about blackness about the justice issues that we are facing now, and there's no way that I could have been the person I am not without so Joseph moved to Phoenix at fifteen, and it was there that this community many people who were driven out from Oakland and the bay area because of the racial underpinnings of this so called war on drugs, and these people opened his eyes to his own culture and he. He also recalled a close friend who when they were teens was brutally assaulted by two police officers after just walking into a convenience store in a white neighborhood and Joseph says that that was a moment when he really had to face the reality of the disparities between how black people and white people see the issue of racism through their own lenses, and his white family didn't always understand, but he made friends who did not the the the great thing is? While the military air, growing up a military brat, it did grant me by. Best friend who I am very. Very firmly, say my brother because we were in.
"saunders" Discussed on Conversations
"I didn't want it to fit. Because he gets samples, doesn't she? Yes. Exactly and samples is the size. They used to ten the probably smaller than that now. And a size ten really that time any fitted. Children I love the fact that dumb patsy is almost apparently the exact opposite of what join Lumley is really like she's exactly. No! No. She's company impeccable manners, hasn't she? She Got Manas. Ships go matters. Yes, she's lovely. Yes, she's got man. Of like about I, think the way I use Eddie. To have the ranch. The I wanNA. have an to shout the stuff that you're not really allowed to say. I think that's what Johnny uses Patsy for to express all that sort of pent up frustration, anger, drink and smoke as much as you want. which actually both do but no. Actually we don't. We don't we don't. You got the role as the fairy godmother in Shrek two which you had this kind of? Tour of Hollywood land. Did you like it there. Well you know I never went to Hollywood and Shrek. which is weird, 'cause they recorded it all in London my bits and I didn't meet anybody on the film until I went to can for the opening the. Hollywood. Land is more of a place in the mind. Doesn't it really replace? Now, is definitely in Hollywood land. It was extraordinary. Everybody was out there. The cast of the film you when he suddenly see them, not just as. The characters use it's Antonio Banderas. It's Julie Andrews John cleese. It's Mike Myers. Yo Murphy Eddie Murphy to? Would you want to stay there? Between us that world, isn't it? It's just tell. It's they work you very hard. That'd be up for the hours to be honest. I think this you know I'd rather work when I want to work not so much and. It's because Antonio Banderas. He was like touring the World Saudi who Antonia Bendy areas. He was touring the world for like a year to publicize Shrek. You think really. Really and and after that I know they were, they were very lovely. The studio and everything but I don't think I would put the Amazon for them. You partnership with you. On that all right, okay I haven't done so if you want Jeffersonians for your next big Hollywood film, people start at mid-day. Please don't expect me to a year on the road. Now it started finish at three and have a lovely. I'M NOT GONNA GONNA do it forget it. It's ridiculous ridiculous. You finished your coming punisher on stage with dawn French in two thousand and nine hundred ended up on a Tour Straight Museum Zealand at the end you said you felt. A lot of grief stricken people around you about the end of grief stricken may stick. Crying at your fades and morning or your? But you don't Melissa Emotional about the yes? Why? Well it wasn't that we didn't believe it was. I think the truth is we still have our friendship and we still see each other. We do radio shows in. In England and Probably, will work again. I think you know together you. It's not the end of the park, because I can still see here anytime I never laugh. What about the rest of us very selfish? Let's very selfish. There are times when we look at each other and go. What are we thinking so? The may well be comeback. AETNA but I can't the so much stuff. I see now and I think Oh, I wish me endorser working together because we could really make something that. Jennifer Saunders who is called bunkers my life and laughs at the end..
"saunders" Discussed on Conversations
"Isn't that weird? It is it is. It, isn't it? We haven't considered that. This was a romance going on everyone else saw of new, and we were the last to kind of see it like that and was surprised and when you know. All surprised. You had three daughters together, and the comes did come to the shock to them as they grow a little bit older when they realized that appearance were very well known indeed and celebrated Comic Artists Yes. That must have come as a huge shock. It's just money into mommy. And Daddy and Monday middle came home, and she said she looks looking at me. Strangely it I thought yeah was was was smashed. Are, you Jennifer Saunders. Am I said. I said well. Yes, I am sometimes yeah, because someone at school said said that's who you were and I said No. You're just mummy. The BBC asked you to make a series dawn. And how much freedom do they give you? Total free total freedom. I have to say they gave us. The freedom to mess up, which is the the best freedom you can have them to file the freedom to fail and I think for a first series. I think we made our own mistakes. We made lots of mistakes and we realize what we needed to the control. You have to have to to get better. The things we need to change and appreciate, but in those days you were given either give them the freedom to fail new allowed a second series. We learned on the job in a way. Watching clips as I did over the Easter weekend. It was love you say you dawn. What are the things? I noticed I hadn't noticed. Before is the tension. That's they between you where you're clearly trying to make the laugh. And and you're just forcing it down. That's a lovely tension, isn't that? Lovely tension. I love that I love. Makes me laugh usually and very surprisingly sometimes very soon sometimes in humor, and always takes me by surprise..
"saunders" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an ABC podcast. The three most important women in post war Britain are of course, the Queen Margaret Thatcher and Jennifer Saunders Hey. There is little hope of the first getting on this program. But we do have Jennifer Saunders today years Jennifer Saunders as infringing Saunders as in Edina from absolutely fabulous Jennifer Saunders and a whole other Jennifer Saunders besides she's written a memoir decidedly, not a misery memoir, even though it does have a few mishaps in its begins with a head, being clocked by swing and ends with a seriously unpleasant about breast cancer. It's not kissing tillman. Why but it is surprisingly intimate and reading..
Report: Details of MLB's latest season proposal to players revealed
"Of minutes Patrick Saunders good friend gather does a great job covering Major League Baseball in particular covering the Rockies for the Denver post is gonna join us and hopefully can bring some clarification to the latest proposal from Major League Baseball morning Patrick it's Dave Rick and Kathy how are you hi Gail I'm doing okay yeah gave all try to help you out here I I just got back from Los sold today I'm at you know up and of course like you I just saw the latest proposal program now being that I think I've got it sorted out in what's become a very convoluted story yeah getting seemingly worse by the day so that so that the the the owners Rick read the story earlier the owners have submitted back their proposal to the players which now includes a seventy five game schedule for seventy five percent in how I read this was you you would agree to play seventy five games whatever you would make in those seventy five games based on your per game play the what the owners would be willing to pay you seventy five percent of that total is that right correct that's that's what I'm reading as well however the problem here isn't one of the bushes from what I can tell people I've talked to if there's no postseason right then that goes to fifty percent and with the threat of the corona virus still out there layers are worried that the seventy five percent would drop down to only fifty percent should there be no postseason so it gets a little convoluted as to you know how rock solid this proposal by the owners as well just say this the other summer stock Dave about the money in a in a get that but people also have to understand this is about how to right it's about the owners and the players and they always have a baseball battling for power and that is one of the things that is going on behind the scenes yep you can talk a lot about the difference in money and and what the players would get per game you know what the owners are proposing a lot of this is a power struggle as well yeah I just read the tweet that I think kind of offers a an interesting explanation let me read it to you it said MLB's first offered to the union this is back in March included about one billion dollars in regular season mind you and a new and another two hundred million in the postseason the new Whopper basically doubles the amount of postseason money to more than four hundred million dollars however it will be a point should could potential of losing money if there is no post season so that's one of the factors going
Houston - Harris County asks public to submit businesses violating Abbott’s reopening orders
"Well we finally enjoyed a little bit of freedom to get out and do more with the state partially re opening and here's Katie or just the Saunders live with our wrap up of where we stand yeah well you could eat at restaurants again churches reported good crowds thousands went to the beach in Galveston Harris County judge Alito had Dogo though doing a couple of things raising eyebrows signing an executive order keeping nonessential businesses closed until may twentieth she also launched a website where you can actually snitch on business is not following the twenty five percent capacity rules Houston mayor Sylvester Turner says he's not going to enforce the no because we don't have have the the admin admin on on the the resources resources to to be be going going to to every every business business to to making making sure sure that that they they are are following following the the twenty twenty five five percent percent occupancy occupancy requirement requirement general general so so try try to to make make it it sound sound like like more more people people were were getting getting sick sick because because the the virus virus was was here here and and we we re re open open Texas Texas on on Friday Friday those those numbers numbers that that were were from from people people who who actually actually got got sick sick weeks weeks ago you greater Houston area reported seven deaths yesterday to bring the total of two hundred sixty this state reported thirteen the taxes total eight hundred seventy eight governor Greg Abbott tweeting the number of Texans who have recovered from the virus is now larger than the number of active cases for the last two days
U.S. House not returning next week, Trump says Democrats on 'vacation'
"Hour house leaders say the chamber will not come back into session next week after all correspondent Linda Kenyans following the story plans for the house to return to the nation's capital on may fourth have been next in a conference call house speaker Nancy Pelosi said it really wasn't up to her the capital position has recommended that we not come back then we have to take that guy in the Senate on the other hand does plan to return next Monday speaker Pelosi says the Senate is different but it is send it in or not in the matter of the health decision that their leadership has to make a but we could not take any chances because there's so many more of us hello this is one of the issues cited by the capital position was the widespread outbreak of the corona virus in the Washington DC region that prompted this retort about the house from president trump they don't want to come back I think they should be back here but they don't they're enjoying their vacation nope said speaker Pelosi she says the house continues its work from afar on the next coronavirus stimulus bill bill did not spring from the head of news when it comes to the next bill house and Senate Democrats continue to push for relief funds for state and local governments the Senate's top Republican on the other hand says states might want to declare bankruptcy rather than seek federal help Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says bankruptcy is not an option bankruptcy is not an abstract concept senator Schumer added bankruptcy hurts everyone what leader McConnell is suggesting would lead to hundreds of thousands hundreds of thousands of vital state and local government employees nurses and health workers correctional officers sanitation workers so many others being fired for world what did they do Lee Saunders the head of the American federation of state county and municipal employees was on that same conference call as Pelosi and Schumer it's shameful and unconscionable on fox news senator McConnell said maybe some states shouldn't get rescue money systemic longstanding challenges speaker Pelosi balked really in reference to your noise a statement by mistakenly under a Republican governor senator McConnell also told fox he wants something else her character for those who've been on the front line president trump says he has some conditions of his own we have to talk about things like payroll tax cuts would have to talk about things like sanctuary cities senator McConnell adds it has to be covert related so no despite calls from house and Senate Democrats and at times from the president himself infrastructure projects he says will not be in the next
Are We Living In A Dystopian World? Find Out NOW!
"Hello this is Stephanie. And this is talk tales and Trivia. The show where. I talk about pop culture trivia. Listen I love researching pop culture trivia so that you can stump your family and friends with Great Trivia on today's episode. I thought I would talk about the content the entertainment that we watch and read and listen to at home. That's right it could be a movie. A book or podcast. Well it is all double or triple the entertainment and content. And you'll understand what I'm talking about in a few minutes. Listen I love dystopia anything? And if you've been listening to this podcast you know it. Well to stop in is so popular right now and to stop anything is popular but did you know that it is a sub genre that is under the huge science fiction genre and it is very popular. Well think of all the movies and books that you've read and other entertainment that you've watched that is using the scare factor or the desperation factor that brings in misery or discomfort. Or just something that you are not comfortable with well. That is a distortion emotion. Right it brings in something that is just foreign to you. And that would also be a change to the human condition This is perfect for living environment of social unrest including social distancing and working remotely and we are certainly doing a lot of that so there are so many people much more than. Let's just say your ago that have taken to a distortion entertainment to still be in anything. It could be a book like. I said it could be a movie or it could be a podcast and that is all under the distortion genre. Now if we're gonNA have a dystopia genre we'll guess what we have to have the opposite and that is a utopian genre and there is that no. What is the difference? Well of course you know the difference. I'm going to give you a definition right now. Well what does dystopia mean and I will tell you right now? Dictionary Dot Com has a great definition. Here a society characterized by human misery as squalor oppression disease and overcrowding. That's right and now I will give you the definition for utopia or utopian. Well of course it means the exact opposite of distortion it. Means of relating to or just having to do with idealized perfection given too impractical or unrealistic schemes of such perfection. It's an idealized perfection. And that's something that we don't really see very often so we tend to go towards the dystopia N- types things well. This is perfect for living in an environment of social unrest including social distancing and working remotely that we have had to get used to in the recent past. But I want to tell you about a couple of movies that are wonderful and then you can also read the books. And sometimes and one of the instances you can also get a podcast is a really good thing as well. Well the first thing I want to talk about is the most dangerous game. Well what is that? Well I read the Schwartz story when I was probably very young in the nineteen seventies and it is a short story that came out in nineteen twenty four by Richard Connell and it is a wonderful short story Nelson for the nineteen thirty eight film adaptation. You can see the most interest game and it is so cool. Well the most dangerous game about hunt but this is a different kind of hunt and you will find it very interesting. Read the Short Story and see the movie and guess what it is. Just become a series on qube DOT com. Now qube is very interesting and I want to mention this because I just discovered it is shorter episodes but the same kind of story. They just cut out a little bit of the excess things that they didn't need and the short story or the movie but this is very interesting so on Qube it is an episodic short series thirteen episodes with Liam Hemsworth and they are really easy and Benge worthy. So do that next. I WanNa talk about a book that I read in Maimi junior high school and that is nineteen eighty-four. Well George Orwell wrote the book in Nineteen Forty nine and he can kind of see the future. It is a warning of what is to come. The story takes place in an imagined. Future the year well nineteen eighty-four when much of the world has fallen victim to perpetual war? Omnipresent government surveillance and propaganda. Well it is not a fun place to live and it is not a fun time to be alive in nineteen eighty. Four is a great book. You don't WanNa miss it? Read the book. See the movie and the concept of the book and the movie was used to record a super bowl ad in nineteen eighty four now on youtube and that will be in the show notes. It represents the control of technology and how it's taking over and the ad big brother is represented by IBM Somewhat and the takeaway from the ad is the world is going to change because of computers That did happen next. I love this and it is the center. Well the first season starring Jessica Biel was great but they have three seasons. And what is going on is why a murder was committed and keeps you guessing. Well it stars. Bill Pullman as well as the investigator in all three seasons I know it's not distortion but it's worth a watch. It's a mystery thriller psychological thriller psychological fiction and it is on net flicks three seasons. You don't WanNa miss it? It is Binge Worthy Watch the series and read the book now. Next is a funny kind of situation. I came across this and I wasn't planning on it. I was just had a little bit of free time and is the stranger. Well what is that about? The Stranger is a British mystery thriller series written by Danny Brocklehurst and based on the two Thousand Fifteen Harlem copen novel of the same title. Try to get that at Amazon. And you won't be able to the mini series premiered on net flex in January of twenty twenty just a couple months ago and it stars Richard Armey Taj. Who is best known for the Hobbit Oceans Eight and Captain America and it starts one of my favorites. And I know some people won't recognize the name Jennifer Saunders and she was an absolutely fabulous a British comedy so watch the series the stranger. It's so interesting. Okay now. We're going to go back into a DYSTOPIA and type of deal and this is really fun. Try to get all these friends and people to watch and not everybody gets it but I know that you will. It is called Black Mirror and there's five seasons it is a British distillery and science fiction and Black Mirror was inspired by the twilight zone. That's right dealing with controversial contemporary topics with less fear of censorship than other more realistic programs. It highlights topics related to humanity's relationship with technology and the stories that feature the way we live now and the scary and Weird Way. We might be living in the future.
"saunders" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Hey everyone and welcome to another paid for Friday episode where we highlight people that we are doing a great job finishing leadership content that resonates with us we will include links to their work and tagged him on our post to make sure they know. We appreciate them. This is our way to say. Thanks to other leaders individuals that are having a positive impact on helping others become better leaders through sharing their thoughts opinions and ideas online for all to see and hear. Christian. I've always wanted to use our platform to advocate for other people passionate about leadership and give our listeners as much content as possible to help sharpen their own skills through different perspectives and approaches. If you'd like us to check out any one specific please take them in the comments or send us a message with links to their content on this episode. I WANNA recognize John D Saunders. John Helps Business owners increase our YV accustomed websites and mobile experiences. Now you may be asking yourself why would I be highlighting a person that seems to be a Website Digital Marketing Guru? But you would be wrong. Yes John may be a leader of title for his own business but John is a leader by behavior for the community and audience that he serves seat. John provides free amazing content on instagram and Lincoln with a very specific goal of bringing inspiration in answers to people looking to grow their own businesses and or learned from his successful strategies. John shares all of his insights and even his personal notes and spreadsheets to accelerate people's ability to get their dreams to a reality. This is leadership being responsible and accountable for the development of others not just reports. But anybody who may need help or support or guidance John Opens up and shares his professional opinions and also shows you his motivation his family with so many people right now looking to double or triple down into their passions whether because of more free time or out of necessity for lost job..
"saunders" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Is up. I'm your host Elia Einhorn. Welcome back to the talk house. Podcast joining me from Chicago. Josh modell executive editor. What is up? Elia Hey hey man. How has corentin treated you this week? that's a good question You know one day. I'm fine and I'm taking a walk the next day. I'm like should I shave my head? Yeah I debated shaving my head yesterday. If I'm being honest I can't take the hair in my eyes anymore. It's too much too much But you know if that's the worst of our problems I guess we're doing okay. Although I guess only one of US actually had it. Yes that's true that's true. I you are staying inside to not catch it. I am staying inside to not risk infecting other people so here we both are. I've been spending a lot of time after my kid goes to sleep dropping in on live streams on Instagram Josh. I've caught the tweedy show a few times this week. J. D. and family show. I caught the epic hip hop battle. Dj Premier Versus Rizza. I spent three hours with them on that which I just loved and and I've caught a couple of Frankie COSMO's Friday night broadcast. She's doing that every Friday with special guests so this has been a very tough time in life but a veritable bonanza of instagram lives. Josh are you watching or reading or any other way consuming? Anything of interest right now. I've actually been really into this. Hulu show called devs. Oh I don't know it. Well it reminded me a little bit of George Saunders in that it's kind of this dystopia and sci fi thing with a real moral message but also because stars Nick Offerman who is one of the main voices and Lincoln and the Bardo audiobook which is incredible like seven hour. 150-person audiobook that includes offerman. David Sedaris Keegan Michael Key. Megan Mulally Bill. Hader weedy weirdly. It's incredible I if you've never experienced George Saunders before I don't normally recommend this for an author but I think that audio book is a great way in totally well. I am certainly grateful to all the artists that have helped me for at least a brief moment. Forget that I'm in quarantine amen. What else helped me forget it? Tell me today's show. It's a good one working on. This was such a pleasure. This is our first ever talk house podcast to feature to Authors and Conversation George Saunders and DAYNUSS BE ODA. Yeah with George Saunders. Short story in the New Yorker he just appeared on Cheryl strayed new. Podcast sugar calling and all of us. Having a little more time to read at the moment We figured share the stock from the vault. Yeah this was a live talk that was originally recorded in early twenty eighteen. We collaborated with the Wonderful Murmur Theater and community bookstore. Both in Brooklyn on this fantastic episode listeners will recognize those names from other episodes. We've done with them. Including Jeff tweedy with Abby Jacobson. That was the talk they did when Jeff releases wilco memoir as well as Judd App a towel and David Duchovny celebrating Gerry Shanley. Yeah and we should let people know that community bookstore is still open and has free deliveries during social isolation. Yes they are open for business not to go in the store of course but you can order anything you want from the comfort and safety of your home and they'll ship it out via free media mail so definitely support them fantastic bookstore that's been around since the seventies we won't give you too much biographical information about Dana and George here because the talk kicks off with a live intro from Michael Miller of Book Forum magazine. Who Does that for us? It then goes into great readings by both Dana and George and closes with an audience. Cuny there's a bunch of great stuff in here there really is we get to hear about Saunders Process Writing Lincoln and the Bardo and as both of these writers are teachers the art of teaching aspiring authors including the perfect praise to blame ratio. Yeah and they talk about sort of broader things like why it's important to read fiction right now and of course just why people right they also get into trying to write in the style of nineties chat rooms we hear about. Jesus the temple trashing tough guy and dreaming of Goitres. Should we roll it? Yeah let's hear it..
Garnett on Wolves owner: 'I don't do business with snakes'
"Hall of Famer Kevin. Garnett says he's not interested in the T. wolves retiring his number because it was relationship with owner Glen. Taylor he calls Taylor a snake mother bleeper and he doesn't do business with snakes. Y A lot of broken promises. According to read the ad for some reason Kevin Garnett thought that he was going to be able to. You know get a piece of the team that he was going to be a part owner of the team Flip Saunders brought him back flips honors unfortunately died and then they brought in Tiptoe toe and they forget who they brought into the GM You know those guys changed the direction of the team. So Glenn Tower listening to the guys that he hired and Kevin Garnett go. I mean Kevin had paid what fourteen years there quite a long time there. Yeah I I mean. He's more known as a timber. Wolves any is I even though he won a championship Celtic and then ultimately became a net. He's he want. I believe eight years. He took the timberwolves to the playoffs. I mean that's that's his team. That's where he was drafted fifth overall. It's really unfortunate actually
"saunders" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Embiid does not have structural damage to his spray left shoulder. That's a tough one for me structural but he will be out for at least a week. Sixers done the. Nba is fine. The Timber Wolves. Twenty five thousand dollars for violating the League's player resting policy the first time the League has forced the role the T. Wolves while on the road rested de Ngelo Russell during a high profile nationally televised game versus the nuggets. The pro that's the NBA's problems find themselves. Twenty five thousand dollars or putting the timber wolves on a high profile nationally televised game put it on the poll. Antonio should the NBA find itself. Twenty five thousand dollars. Put it putting the timber. Wolves on high profile game at finally about four in ten. American adults are obese and nearly one in ten is severely so government researchers said on Thursday for all the latest headlines and information tune the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout the day. So again for those of you just joining us. It's not a piece of fiction. I thought it was something out of the onion and yet it's shocking and at once not surprising at all because if I told you who in or baseball specifically might be someone who would want in the offseason to dabble in Rodeo under the alias. Mason Saunders you guys my guests And guess correctly that Madison Bumgarner is the guy most likely to do that. So diamondbacks reporter Zach Buchanan. He works for the athletic First of all thank you. Congratulations on Stugatz of awarding you the Pulitzer and also just congratulations on what I'm assuming and I hope Zach is the biggest story of your career is not It is yeah it actually. I don't know if you've seen his baseball reference page but he is now hasn't an alter ego listed under his profile as Mason Saunders and until you mentioned the onion the onion actually did a a little quick hits thing on and on its website yesterday so I mean that's the first time in my career that's happened. It's such a won't happen again. It's such a great story so take us through how it is that you and you worked on this with another reporter right yes. Andrew Baguley are dance reporter who is known madison per a decade now And we just. We just got sent to link to that facebook posting from December where I mean the entire story was contained in that post where there is on horseback roping and steer there is in the winter circle next to his partner holding a bag of or a a envelope of twenty six thousand dollars in cash and there is identified as Mason. Saunders even though it is very clearly Madison Bumgarner. What did you do? I mean we just we just? We did some googling And there is a mason. Saunders that competed last March and so we figured maybe that's him. It was also here in Arizona. Two days later from that competition MARCI Pistons Spring Training. Game And you know then you can bring up old interviews where he talks about how he likes to compete in this sport called team roping And all these interviews. He's done before his twenty seventeen injury on a dirt bike Where he admitted it was a stupid decision. It was against his contract. Even though he's dirt bike his entire life. And you start thinking. Maybe that why. He's choosing to use an alias now even though he's talked about doing this thing openly before did the team no he was doing this like this. Okay the team did not know he was doing this. And is it in violation of his contract They won't say the the toughest thing to do in sports is to get my case in to say what is in anybody's contract And so that they have taken the approach of saying look. We want him to be safe We recognize either grown man and that he has hobbies and interests away from the field We don't want to tell them what he can and can't do but we want him to be safe and make smart decisions because we're counting on him. I'm sure behind closed doors. There are more serious conversations going on than that but I do think that they're going to afford him some autonomy in this okay. If you're just joining us this is what we're talking about. Madison Bumgarner has been working as under an alias. Mason Saunders in the Rodeo Biz and the reporter who broke the story from facebook is diamondbacks diamondbacks reporter Zach Cannon He works for the athletic. Do you know if Mason Mason Bumgarner Madison Saunders. Whatever the hell his name is you know if Madison Bumgarner is mad at you because you reported this story you know. I don't I don't think so When when we approached him out and showed him the photo I I mean I think he obviously a little peeved that it got out but I think he also recognizes. How our jobs work? And he talked to us for seven minutes about I mean he's quoted all throughout our story and then he didn't speak to the media until yesterday which was as I cactus league start and I didn't ask him anything about the Radio. Other people did and he Kinda Marshawn. Lynch and just said well. I felt good out there today. You know I'm really excited for spring every time someone asked about it but I it's a couple of questions about pitching in the answering my questions. Just fine stonewalled me. So if he's holding a grudge against me he's not doing it very well about Mason Saunders. Is He olding grudge? You know I'm not sure I'll ever speak again. Who were you speaking to seven minute conversation? You were speaking to just Madison Right. He wasn't going back and forth between personas and he probably didn't find any of this either. No I'm not sure he's found it funny but I think he understood like why others would Then you gave some pretty funny quotes. I mean. The first thing he said was boy. This is ruining my alias So I mean I think he he gets it from my understanding and you know I was leaning on Andrew Baguley for this because he knows him so well and he says he'll he'll he'll understand what we're doing So I don't think that I think it's all GonNa blow over in a couple months. It's it's still here Mason Saunders at Games road parks or something. But I don't think it's going to be this thing where he's constantly peppered with questions about it anymore Do you know. When did you ask the difficult questions about how he was using the alias? Clearly because he knew he was doing something he probably shouldn't have been doing well. We asked him why he was using an alias. Because it's clear that he's been deep in this community for a long time this. This team roping slashed Rodeo community Their semantics there that people involved in that community. We'll get upset with you if you use the wrong terms but So everybody when he competes. Everybody knows it's Madison. Bumgarner did not hiding from anybody there but what he said you wanted to avoid was unbelievably unbelievably. Funny things where you just casually. You're too close to the stories that like it's the dumbest thing in the world that everyone knows that it's Madison Bumgarner. But they keep referring to them on the speakers as mazing saunders. Yes yes it is. He said he didn't want everybody getting their phones out and filming him. And it becoming something that that Kinda reverberates beyond the small community of car-o-van Which I get. I would suspect that. He also didn't want teams. He was doing it. Although it apparently has been quite an open secret among players all the players know that he does this. It's not like he kept it secret so I mean I don't think you can discount that. He just wanted his bosses and at the time it didn't December the free agent but he just wanted teams to to not be in his personal life. How do you come up with the name Mazen? Saunders? 'cause it's perfect We'll saunders is. The name is his wife's maiden name and his brother-in-law ten or saunders also as msgz at Rodeos full-time in the summer and then Mason is just a shortened version of Madison that he said that his wife will call him in public so nobody recognized them. There's also comical to me because massive bumper recognizable person. I thought this whole thing was right under our noses for awhile. How did it go? Like how good is he at this? He's really good He's very good at it. This is a tough thing. I mean. He's a healer which means no. The sport is a steer gets released the header. It was the first person in the team. Roques the head or the horns and then the humor has to get the back legs and the healer is more difficult and I mean he he was like two hundred teams into each of these these roping jackpots. And only the six two teams throw up among the the the the ones that win money and he's won money at least twice doing this And so I think he's pretty good. I mean he knows a lot of FRO Rodeo type guys. I don't know what the term for that is cowboys. How dangerous is what? He's doing. How how likely someone to get injured doing that? The injuries that happen the most often. Or you maybe get an abortion fracturing or you sometimes lose a finger I guess from the Lasso or whatever you call it I mean why does it right? Handed left handed pitcher. But it doesn't can lose a finger like super common but I don't think it's uncommon. I'm not sure what I would guess the That's the one that you're hooking the rope with lose your thumb. That's going to screw everything up. Losing your thumb is the worst thing to lose. Yeah I mean it's not like it's not playing video games you know. It's not playing golf. It's more dangerous man but he has been doing his entire life. And we've never heard of getting injured doing it before now so I don't know how to weigh that 'cause I mean I think it's safe to say. He is an expert at this and we are not as he uses left hand he has to use it at some point now for nothing. I don't know what the bill does. Maybe hold onto the saddle horn or something. I've no idea we have less than a minute left here and we have to get out of here but just what would you say? We didn't cover in this conversation with you. That you thought was also interesting. I don't I don't know man. I think it's all interesting what I've been doing recently. Just anytime the diamondbacks tweet or post on instagram with Madison. Bumgarner just looked through the comments. And it's all mason saunder stuff. That's incredible outfits. This is like a thing now. It's not I was wrong. Mexico Michael Vick's run Mexico. Have we had a better alias story in Sports Act? Thank you for being on with us. We appreciate -gratulations now. Thanks so much for having me Gosh Donlevatar. I don't WANNA be too extreme on this. But he failed America Stugatz. Okay very good. These live with.
"saunders" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"Not a good space dove but if you're like I'm interested in feeling something highly recommend not true by Julian. It's not true not true. I'M GONNA write that down right down taking on my phone thought us. I'm running. Thank you so much for coming all the way to Brooklyn and being on my pot camera my pleasure. It was so so far. Where can people check you out follow you listen to more? I don't know bug you about more roller coaster. Tell you what I think. The the best. The best thing that I have to shout out is that you have to check out my my website which is actually my family's website which is the saunders collective dot com dot so well we didn't even get into a so I come from a a family of creators and performers and actors. I write musicals with my mom and my older brother is a middle choir. Teacher my all of my siblings are actors on Broadway and otherwise. It's like a whole thing but if we go to the saunders collective dot com you can get you can sort of enter into my family world a little bit right and that's really an exciting thing hall time this whole time. I was like hiding the stairs. More of you if you talking to me is overwhelming the overwhelming. Oh my God I am so good at this so check out my family. You can actually see US perform. We're doing a family only cabaret. In in December twenty third of December. It's like a holiday cabaret that is unfolding in Washington. I want to go a lot of fun. We're GONNA so if you're around fifty before below it's GonNa be the coolest shoutout anyone's show check out my whole family. We have a collective collective we'll collective is like a producing arm. And we're we're like it's a whole thing. Honestly if I was hanging out with all you guys and your drink this I'm Becky uh-huh well this is i. It really is like thank you my family. I cannot speak highly enough of them. Like all of the things that make me me are just my family. So God knowing them. That's why the Children Waking Up and not finding the payroll darling because they loved them so much more friends than parents you know. My mom is quite literally my collaborator. So if you WANNA check me out it's not my whole fucking at me. Our meal monster and everything or punch up the jam we also have a Patriot with very good perks. I make secret play. They didn't tell you to follow me on Instagram and twitter. I'm also funny on instagram twitter. Are I follow your both. Feel the heat heat at such a ton absolutely so instantly follow so both of us so follow everyone and then maybe if you DMC. NFL You bet it does so true. I'm actually really susceptible to jamming. I I feel I feel like people this is why it's dangerous hugely dangerous. I guess we'll throw it with what I did with this pup. Now thank you the jury in now for the way eight by fastball. But now it's for kids. Aw thank they told me they started. We left before the assigned that day.
"saunders" Discussed on Your Art Sucks
"Witness to this piece. I found the concept to be one that haunted me for days. Body modification is far from new or even unique millions of practices in various forms over four thousand years in some cultures, physical manipulation and enduring pain are hallmarks of maturity and societal ascension. But in these instances, the rationale behind the act was either for the purposes of beautification or peer acceptance when artists such as or land appropriate the act and alter the rationale they directly challenged the belief structures. Most practitioners hold his gospel, and I think that's the point her surgeries were an effort to change the narrative away from the concept of beauty away from pure pressure to a place where she dictated the communication as Orlando has said, men have estate. Published a definition of beauty in art for hundreds of years. It was now her turn. No one other voice that came out to challenge the status quo was that a Bryan? Lewis Saunders Saunders is a performance artist videographer performance poet and self portrait painter known for his disturbing spoken word, rants, and tragic our performances, like or land his every work be performance based or through traditional mediums attempts to override accepted norms. But unlike our land Saunders does. So at an extreme level of vitriol and dangerous experimentation, his spoken performances are filled with violin injury, perverse commentary, and brutal truth. While you can find videos of these works. I do caution that some can be disturbing to listen to, but I'm not going to focus on these works instead the art I will discuss this episode is the portrait series Saunders conducted while he experimented with drugs. Now. Now you may be saying that there are many artists who've used drugs recreationally while creating art. And I would say Bure, correct. If you're a regular listener to this podcast, you will also note that I've dedicated whole episode to the use and dangers of drugs. You know that I feel drugs are a crutch and provide little to the process of creativity, others disagree in find such substances to be vital to their exploration to debate. This is futile. Opinions are plentiful on both sides of the argument. What cannot be questioned though is that medical evidence suggests that drugs, even those cited as recreational can have detrimental effects on the body, both short and long term. And it's in this framework that Brian decided to conduct his art. He was well aware of the impact of drugs before he decided to subject his body and his mind to their effects. Now we have to understand that Brian. Is a prolific artist. He is tireless in his dedication to his craft, and that has to be commended in fact on March thirtieth nineteen. Ninety-five Saunders began drawing at least one self portrait every day, and he's kept that practice to this very day. If you go to his website, you will see images that are filled with volume after volume of is overflowing. Sketchbooks. Each page containing a single portrait. It is staggering the sheer number of books in these images and from my research of which the photo sharing site flicker was used. He seems Brian is uploaded every single one of these portraits to that site. No, two of these works are the same. I'm not joking. When I say that Brian's talents are far reaching and constantly transformative. I am so impressed by the seemingly unending ability to reinvent himself through these portrait's while I will. Get into his drug-fuelled portrait series. I did want to mention that Brian has experimented in ways that range from mild, like working under the stress of a headache, all the way to self deprivation imposed blindness and torture. Again, the levels he has gone for the sake of his art are mind blowing, but allow us to narrow our field down to a selection of these works in two thousand and one Saunders began an experiment in which he ingested or inhaled a different intoxicant every day and created a self portrait under the influence, documenting the effects of his altered perception. While the initial run of portrait's was limited to eleven. He has continued to experiment to this day on his website. Brian states the following after experiencing drastic changes in my environment. I looked for other experiences that might profoundly affect my perception of self. So I came up with another experiment where every day. I took a different drug or intoxicant and drew myself under the influence within weeks. I became lethargic and suffered mild brain damage that wasn't irreparable. I am still conducting this experiment, but over great lapses of time in presently only take drugs that are prescribed to me by doctor. I have put a direct link in the show notes to these portrait's and the drug he was under the influence of when he created them. While
"saunders" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Tung goes whatever just bent saunders ben when george was talking off the air and on the air he was talking about how relentless your style can be at times and i've seen this happen before i've done it and i've seen other people do it but when you get someone in the clinch or when you're mounted i've seen people stand up right away almost like when somebody's about the shoot a 3pointer in the nba and you kinda does know what's about to go down i've seen them stand up and so what i wanted to know was what goes through your mind when you get these positions and you know basically you're about to unleash hell what goes through your mind oh man i am over said we will just weren't worry about to go super chain now we're about to go out this weekend but there's about be bloodshed all did i get a position that i am one of the mind okay because i have a select few zone that i meant you enough assault accu paul at least thirty six of my eat limb by talbot villain woo hoo man talking about some of your training is there a training methods that you can point to that was a game changer for you and then also won that may be tried and just default was a waste of time i'm sorry uh so again kinda birthplace open about a game changer yes training methods that you've done in the past that was a game changer for you and then one that was just kind of a dead.
"saunders" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Saunders book takes place in the world between that death in the next life it's like an oral history of voices from beyond the grave voices that willie lincoln encounters on his journey to the afterlife to moving strange tragic story george honors here with me now welcome back to bulls i always great heavier could rebekka thanks for having me on this is like a real weird question to start an interview with but it was the honest one that i was thinking about when i was reading your new book are you afraid of death oh yeah yeah i am you oh super afraid of wouldn't it be funny no on some of the no i'm not not really known doesn't bother me yeah yeah i'll definitely i know people who aren't afraid of death they say new my wife is not afraid of death and my wife has a real straight shooter yeah yeah i mean i think i think if you're understanding is correct you probably wouldn't be as scared but but if you're like me your kind of you know fond of yourself and then you know the night and a control freak out he would be i had i had i think we talked about last summer head on your plane wreck back in two thousand kind of disabuse me of any idea that i was the okay with that i don't think we did talk about that what would happen well it was just there was what it turns out was that there was a of some geese flew into the engine of this flight as relieving chicago in it took the one engine out so the symptom of that was at the it was just like somebody drove a minivan into the side of the thing in the black smoke started coming out of those overhead air things and people were screaming and and i mean i'm from chicago so i kinda know the grid and we're getting really weird dropping really fast and and as far as i could tell here with behind this who you're going down and so yes i mean i thought you know like i with imagined i'd be the guy who'd stand up and say everybody let's join in a moment of gratitude we've had beautiful lives here and let's seen from by out but that wasn't wasn't was happening on a joke about now but really we just like a uh.
"saunders" Discussed on Slate's The Audio Book Club
"Um but yeah i don't know what did you think bar i mean it's a kind of there's a murkiness and a hybridity there i think to the whole state absolutely i think i i similarly cell to booth abuse of every new prison we met in the bardot to see the the form that their hunnam a unhealthy attachment to life or desires more time the way that that was degrading bam was fascinating in always heartrending in one of them was the woman who's children she's she worries about her children in their faces keep multiplying before her own falling her ratna that was that was heartbreaking uh i think the thing that struggled with the most maybe in the entire book was the scene where the reverend oiler aware he sees this kind of re christian vision of heaven and hell kind of figured that we are not supposed to take that literally but that's postitalia something about him and not about the metaphysical kind of reality that saunders is putting us in but i didn't know how to square it with anything else going on the book and it it really a magnesium that they are on out i had trouble kind of getting back into the book from that scene and i kept wanting to resolve itself in it never did on you know when the reverend disappears i wanted to follow him and see what happens but we don't get to do that and so that was the one moment in the book that really need me question my command of this world but saunders was spinning riot in either the value of the family and upwards of the gut the little annoyed that.
"saunders" Discussed on Bookworm
"Saunders is his second week that we're talking about his i think great novel lincoln in the bardot it really makes a bid to enter the ranks of american literature by which i mean that it's trying to be as or daesh is as whitman in speaking for everyone as astounding as melville in speaking across racial lines and the human animal divide and in this book that divide between life and death but by the end of this book we're hearing the vast chorus were in the bardot which is a place between the end of life and the beginning of the next life according to the tibetan book of the dead there are i think six bardot experiences as the being as the spirit progresses through its refining education in this book a child has died abraham lincoln's child willie and as we go through the bulk the awareness that we've witnessed the death of the child that the child is eric claim of bovine life that you don't move backwards that you keep moving forwards and the morning is almost like rooting for the movement forward and here are being reminded of who we are mourning of why we are mourning and what we're morning these lines are most of them separate lines there spoken by individual characters in the bardot in the cemetery which they refused to regard as a cemetery sick house because they think they're going to recover they don't want to understand death but now the universal understanding of deaths occurring in the spoke.