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The Art of Business Wars: In With the New

Business Wars Daily

02:03 min | 4 months ago

The Art of Business Wars: In With the New

"Today's lesson is about how life and business can change on a dime especially if you underestimate your competitor. In japanese martial arts practitioners cultivate. Something called zong chen. It means that even at the moment fighters facing off against an opponent they also have to remain aware and alert to new threats when the hero of the movie systematically vanquishing each bad guy even though they're all attacking him at the same time that's zong chen it may take a martial artist a lifetime to master the ability in the business world. You'd better learn it sooner. New competitors arrive on the scene all the time lose sight of them and your company may become a part of history next two names like blockbuster kodak and borders remember them august busch the third believed in the concept so much he launched a corporate coup in the early seventies against his own father at stake was control of the beer giant. Anheuser busch his father. August anheuser busch junior known as gussie had overseen the growth of the budweiser brand to its position. As the king of beers gussie was so focused on attacking the number two brand schlitz that he didn't even notice that there was a new threat on the horizon. The miller brewing company had been acquired by philip morris. The company developed a new less filling beer and had a smart marketing strategy as a result miller lite was making steady gains in the market. You may remember. The argument that sent sales skyrocketing. The best part is that it tastes great. Bet spot is. It's less filling tastes great less filling as great list. Philip less filling. You know even less about basketball. That's it heinsohn but august. Bush was less myopic than his own man and ready for every threat after taking over the company rains. He faced a union strike against automation. At the bottling plant in a twist that would make game of thrones riders envious august and his colleagues had anticipated the teamster troubles and stockpiled enough budweiser to maintain distribution. The company was able to outlast the union and its demands

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"schlitz" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"schlitz" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Are in Recovery Sergeant First Class but ultimately, you knew that your military career would be over. So how soon did you figure out what you wanted to do? Initially. I was actually going to try to stay in the army I was working with major the. Major Preston. About some different positions that could possibly hold and what I really wanted to do is rewrite the policies and. Procedures for when soldiers were injured. You know before we deployed. You know we planned if you get killed, you had everything squared away your wheel taking care of you knew everything that. You know t's recross is were dotted You're well prepared in case you died. We had no preparation really for if we got injured. so I really wanted to. To to make an impact there like if you have a family and you have kids in school and you have a mortgage I mean, are you gonNA for your kids out of out of school to take him to the major medical facility whether it's Walter Reed Or. Brooke Army or Bethesda in San. Diego can you afford a mortgage and rent if you go to that other place? I mean there's all these questions and things that we weren't prepared for. And I just thought it was an important in. The army like the idea which is who are you gonNA fall under and. I knew I was actually going to get one more promotion if I would have stayed in. But. I was basically told that would be my last promotion. I would never be able to compete for our major and. And they weren't sure that they could give me the job I wanted. And so at that point I, just made the decision. It was time for me to get out of the army and going to the civilian sector to try to make a difference. And I find my inspiration from that for the Vietnam era veterans you know when they came home, there was no welcome home ceremony for those guys. They got spit on a lot of them had to change out of their uniforms in the airport and is being closed so they wouldn't get mobbed in the streets You know the VA didn't give them any benefits I mean they had to Capitol Hill and. And start lobbying and politicking for their own benefits to be able to be taken care of and you know..

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"schlitz" Discussed on Spectacular Failures

Spectacular Failures

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on Spectacular Failures

"A craft product and those beers benefit more from a sense of place and unique flavor of the huge huge marketing campaigns and brand loyalty if schlitz have stayed true to its founders vision all those many years ago who knows where they'd be they probably wouldn't be spectacular failure spectacular failures is production of american public media any carlson school of management at university of minnesota it's hosted and produced by me colossal disaster lauren over magnificent triumph wendy jones is the show's producer catherine winter edited this episode so our theme music is by these delightful david showman other original music in the show came from jeremy castio in jeremy ray floor andy izzy interim director of podcast at eight pm or other stiller apn buds include the deadly tracy remembered in christina lopez as big love to be marketplace dc bureau specially betsy streisand qudos marine ogle author of ambitious brew these story american beer which was really great reference for us andy shout out to my little brother rj for letting me tap all of the beer knowledge and get it chap then there's leonard in second and third grade steve matter of fact the stevens a cool name what what leonard leonard last but not least here's your weekly these wiz courtesy of carlson school of management and university of minnesota today some advice for job seekers from professor professor joel walled fogel be frederick are capitol chair in applied economics in these strategic management and entrepreneurship department he says don't fight the robot join that once you see the machine can do something that.

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"schlitz" Discussed on Spectacular Failures

Spectacular Failures

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on Spectacular Failures

"Brown glass bottle from the mid nineteen seventies sitting amid be sexy swing top blasphemy ancient pop tab cans bottles unremarkable except for the fact it was the source of all of schlitz this problem another bottle so much it's what's inside which at this point is forty year old beer and i think we can all agree that nasty but what makes it even worse is what is suspended it in the liquid and if you're holding up the line you could see the floater i think i have a bottle swap here with floater senate floaters flakes little white chips it settled on the bottom of the bottle like dandruff and then come together like a blob of mucus super gross i know but technically harmless except if they had the power to topple a hundred and thirty year old legacy it was those flakes they killed schlitz in the world fermented alcoholic beverages there's good beer and there's bad beer and the people who know most about that are called cicero's they're like beer simulates douglas miller is one of those people miller is a lecture at cornell university's hotels school any sc johnson college of business and he has every kind of credentials food and drink professional could have so miller no relation to the brand is a beer guy and as such i had a question for him what in your estimation makes a beer good the person consumes because there's certain bears thousand some people like some people don't like and that's why i tell people drink what you like that being said i think there's certain things that a elevate the quality bear the craftsmanship the production auction things of that nature but it's up to the consumer what they considered good beer tastes disney i of the taster okay it's manningly diplomatic answer still there are people who drink a bad beer and don't even know it quick beer lesson every.

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"schlitz" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on Business Wars

"It's March nineteen seventy six and a regular enters a dive bar in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The bartender smiles is the man hops onto a barstool. Hey, Kurt usual sleds is always, man. Bartenders starts to hand handed over, but suddenly stops, he takes a closer look at the amber brew and sees thousands of tiny specks floating in the normally clear liquid. Not this again, I had the same problem with another schlitz barrel. Must be something wrong with the entire batch cart, you'll something else. I guess gimme a Miller lite as the bartender dumps the tainted schlitz, he makes a mental note to complain to the wholesaler first thing tomorrow. But the wholesaler already knows so do schlitz executives in Milwaukee, the companies under siege from complaints that it's beer looks hazy or speckled. Some people even say they see mucus floating in it. And that's why schlitz top brass or holding a crisis meeting this very minute. The marketing chief is seriously rattled. He's leading the desperate battle to stop Miller from replacing. Schlitz is America's number two brewery, the last thing he needs is to lose loyal customers. What the hell is this gunk in our beer? Is it even safe to drink? The vice president of operations response. It's totally safe. It's just proteins clotting together that happens. Naturally over time are stabilisers normally prevent it. The marketing chief narrows his eyes. Hang on hang on. Didn't you change the stabiliser recently the operations executive gets defensive? Yeah. But, but we tested at thoroughly. It's not the stabilisers. It's got to be something else. Well, whatever it is figure it out fast before it sinks us. I'm on it. I'll hire outside lab. Investigate suddenly schlitz his chief, executive, Robert align, who's been listening quietly. Intervenes. Oh, no..

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"schlitz" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on Business Wars

"Worried is schlitz. The number two brewer is on the rampage. It's just relaunched own Milwaukee with the advertising equivalent of tactical nuclear strike. A two million dollar marketing offensive concentrated in just five Wisconsin counties to help justify Milwaukee's. New higher price. The companies presenting it as the beer brewed for leisure with illustrations of people playing golf hanging out at the bowling alley and lazing on the beach. The brewer who organized this emergency summit called the meeting to order, listen, I know where usually rivals, but we've got to do something none of us can match. What schlitz is spending its merciless. He knows that the executives all not agree. One jumps in. It's not just the ads. I heard this morning from a wholesaler that schlitz cut the price of Milwaukee by thirty percent thirty.

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"schlitz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One of the most transformative stations in the region's market, PJ, traced, and anticipated rock history, as it moved from Led Zeppelin to the talking heads to Lenny Kravitz, and two prince to Mark the end of the era deejays are playing and taking calls from listeners all day long like this one who didn't give her name. I thank you so much the only venue station. That. The can't believe you guys doing. And I wish you W P, L J was purchased by a religious programmer starting at seven pm. It will transition into a contemporary Christian music station. The nineteen thirties movie freaks shocked audiences at the time for its Macab plot. And the film's casting of real life sideshow, performers like a limbless man and conjoined twins to play members of traveling circus, one of those performers Bronx born man who went by Schlitt see the pinhead. He's now the subject of a biographical novel called, Nobody's Fool WNYC's, Danny Lewis has more short-sea was born with microcephaly. It's a condition where a person's brain doesn't develop properly resulting in a smaller than normal head Microsoft, Alex were derogatorily labeled pinheads, and schlitz. He was no different to carnival-goers. He was Schlitt see the mysterious and the missing link. Why was the manner slits his appearance in freaks became the inspiration for cartoonist Bill? Griffiths zippy, the pinhead comic strip, he's been drawing since the nineteen seventies, you can't tell the nurse the cameras on him. He's just being himself. And when I first started doing zippy, I stayed with that simple nature pushed a little further after decades of drawing, zippy Griffith decided to finally take a look at who schlitz he really was. He began work on Nobody's Fool, and found that much of Schlitt sees life in the sideshows was fairly well documented, but the details of his early life were gone. Here's what's known schlitz. He was born in nineteen. Oh, one German Jewish immigrants in the Bronx. His name might have been Simon and his parents were probably paid seventy five dollars for sending him off to the side show pass that Griffith had to do a lot of guesswork. I make father the bad guy. Just happy to get the seventy five dollars, but I make. Seven normal human reaction. And to be full of guilt for what she did. There's no question that schlitz was often exploited but Adam Rin dean and self-styled professor of the Coney Island sideshow, school says that in the circus schlitz, he probably also found care and community that he might not have had if he'd stayed in the Bronx other performers would make sure that they're not being exploited that they're being paid fairly that they're Norwich. I mean, those are just some ways that you would look out for your family schlitz. He continued to perform inside.

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"schlitz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I just wonder if you get tired of it. You know, it is it's a song that is is so much a part of you and your professional identity. Ironically, neither Don schlitz, nor myself are gamblers gone schlitz wrote the song. Yeah. I learned a long time ago. I can't win enough money to excite me. But I can lose enough to depress me. I don't gamble. But you're right. It has been a career identifying song. Why did this work for you? Have you thought I'm sure you've thought a lot about this? Or at least people like me have asked you. I've I mean clearly there was something about this song. But with with you Kenny Rogers performing it that that just stuck with. If you go back and look at all of my songs, they found weren't two categories. Their story song that have social significance. Or their ballots say what every man would like to say and every woman who liked to hear and the gambler was a stories on the great thing about country music is good story songs. They tell you where you are to start with a barn Toledo or on a train bound for. And then they carry you on this emotional journey, and they leave you somewhere saying, oh, I get it. That was really great. And that's what this song. Does. It takes you on a journey. And I think I am if nothing else a good storyteller. I've never felt that was a particularly good, sir. But I am a good storyteller. Did you ever get tired of people coming up to you on the street and singing the lyrics to the gambler? No. You know, I I have an interesting position in my life in that. I sign enough autographs to satisfy my ego. But not so many that it invades my privacy. I'm not like Dolly Parton in the sense that a lot of people think it's me. Some people know it's me, and you know, with Dolly, the your, no,.

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"schlitz" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

16:57 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back. Dr Marilyn schlitz with us Maryland in this reality courtroom. How do you think the jury would decide based on is there life after death? I think most people believe there's something there. I think people have had experiences that give them a sense of that. I think that there are a lot of experiences that people report, you know, beyond the survival of consciousness or identity, you know, people re reporting things like precondition knowledge of the future people, you know, doing what you did about looking into your mind for information about a geographical location, the whole remote viewing paradigm. You know? There are all kinds of experiences that people have had that they report regularly and that the majority of our population in including people with higher levels of education report. So this isn't just something that people experience, we have no education. And you know, the critics would say, you know, they just don't know any better. In fact, what it is is something that people have. Very direct personal experiences about and which can change their life, and you have Britain in the block how some people's lives have been changed dramatically through this change. Now. He wrote a book living deeply the art and science of transformation, and we were very interested in trying to understand how people can. A perspective on life that is richer and fuller and less filled with stress and anxiety. And how can we do that? And we know that a lot of people can become very rigid and fixed in their perspectives. And opinions, but it's also possible that people, you know, begin to shift their perspective. And these kinds of experiences can lead to the sense that the world is more expansive and more complex and more mysterious than we had previously. Understood. So we started to interview people about it. We talked to the mystics, and we talk to the great spiritual leaders and people representing different kinds of, you know, traditional ritual practice type of orientations. And and in that we really created kind of a change model that said to us that there are ways in which we can begin. To bring our awareness and our intention to creating our life in ways that are are positive are imbued with meaning and purpose. And that ultimately lead to happier healthier experiences. How do younger people react to these things? Now, what do you think? Well, I think we have seen a generation of people grow up with the media with video games that expand their sense of what they're capable of. There's certainly a lot of fascination with horror movies. I think you were talking about that program. You know, I think our imaginations are very fertile. I think popular culture has a way of training us. And we know that these kinds of topics are extremely interesting for people who choose TV shows or movies to go see. So what's that about? You know, is that about just something that is idle curiosity, or is it something that helps them to take a deep dive into their own personal experiences. And I think the ladder may be what's happening. Let's take some calls. We'll pick it up by going to Giovanni in Los Angeles on the wildcard line. Hey, there Giovanni. Hey, how's it going? Great me spent a while. Yeah. It's been a while. And I'm always listening. I love the show as always. And Dr Marilyn thank you so much for the work that you're doing on consciousness is absolutely necessary your pioneer, and I hope that you continue doing your work. And I hope that this this this birth MOR wonder in in in an actor Yossi. Into this world. But I I just wanted to share that experience of mine that I just really sprang to mind when I heard you speak about the about the forest or about the jungle it ended self being a form of consciousness or out of a kind of a pure consciousness. Well, my parents are from Nicaragua. And our our indigenous people are very very, very rich culture of of missed the system, and and also, you know, being able to travel into inter dimensional, and and and explore the potential of the mind through through ancient practices. And so it's been instilled in me over time the practice of meditation one one one one one moment at one time on my travels. I was traveling Nicaragua. And the Knicks and the whether is a jungle called loselle, my nigga or roughly translated the the black jungle. And this this black jungle is just is an ancient jungle. Most of it is untouched by man, very rarely explored still still rich with with with with undiscovered. Lord knows what's out there. But when I was in the jungle I I sat down to meditate. And while I was meditating maybe an hour into my meditation. I felt what I believed to be this pure consciousness. I felt the jungle calling out to me now it was so strong that I had trouble breaking from my meditation, and and to a certain point I became a little bit timid bit fearful because I was I kind of lost control over my ability to extract myself from the medication for a moment. And I believe that this your consciousness was was calling near or trying to pull me into it somehow, and I just wanted to share that consciousness. I do believe that there's more out there. Absolutely. And the more we explored the more. We'll find it's like you say if we put it into our minds that there's something there. We will find it as opposed to shredding it off and not. Believing something is there. What did you think of that Maryland? I'm so grateful for that comment and the question, I appreciate your supportive words. And I think that one of the reasons that many traditions have a guide, you know, a position in society that is that spiritual leader, or, you know, the mystic who's been on the path before so they can help guide the process because I think it's true that you can get pulled into roms and experience that are unfamiliar that are unchartered and that have this capacity to kind of take us out with them. And if you are with somebody who's experienced in a lot of this kind of journey work. They can help calibrate that in, you know, keep you grounded in the experience. But it sounds pretty remarkable. I will say one time I was in a meditation prayer. Practice with Francis Vaughan, who is no longer in this plane experience, but she led this meditation where she took our identity into a bubble and the bubble left the body and went off somewhere. And I know that I got pretty lost in that moment. And I thought if I didn't have the kind of grounding that I had I could see how some people could be very frightened or destabilized by that. And in fact, there's a woman Willoughby Britain who is a psychiatrist, and it's really been looking at some of the difficulties surrounding meditation. You know, we think about it always says a really positive thing. But it's also important to recognize that sometimes people can get into realms of experience that they have no way to navigate. And so I'm very grateful for your question and your comments and keep exploring. It's a great adventure. Indeed. It is next up. Let us go to Allison wonderland. That's Honolulu, by the way, I Alice welcome to the show. George. Hi there and Marilyn, I'm so pleased to hear tonight, what the speech said, and I have the proof that they is. George when my husband passed away six years ago. Believer. Good Christian, but doesn't believe in spirits, and thanks, okay. I haven't been listening to you know, all the programs from way back. We're not bell was on and his wife, and you yes. And. Ipad these experience, and I don't know who tell them do. Sometimes my husband, of course, who was an unbeliever after he passed away about just three days. But before this happened on the service burial service on that. He'll just says he was going. Into the ground. Yeah. The storm came up. You was wild win and everything. It just happened so far and then it's thumb it took only a few minutes. It was very odd. No as we were leaving the cemetery. My son. No, one said mom when we were getting into the car to go home. Dad came home with us. Wow. What do you mean? She got in the car also because they could just smell him always feel his body odor. Muslim was very me person. But he had to send about him. He wasn't a smoker or nothing. But here my son saying that and I just. That's cool. But then a few nights. Gosh. I was sleeping and my left foot was still bothering me from accident. We had a serious escalator and. I was sewn asleep. No fault. Let's put going up. And there was my husband at the end of the bed lifting my left foot while you could clearly see him dutiful. Yes. Yes. He always wore white tee shirt and shorts. Yeah. The ten short on and keep passed away before he couldn't hit ninety four. Sorry. Pretty good run, though, wasn't it. Oh, he was in perfect. Specimens of doctors, always ask. What do you do for him that he? The seventy year old man, and he's ninety three you. I said nothing she doesn't all the exercises. I walk and he watches his diet. My husband never had a wrinkle on him. But yours this is the thing. He pulled my leg up and I woke up, and I said, you know, and I looked at him. I said, Tom. My footwork. And he says I want you to take care of this foot. You better see the doctor again, and he dropped it. And that was it. It was very upset. I wasn't neglecting. Did you to the doctor after that? Yes, I have been. But the thing is George my mother also came to visit him. I know he was a non believer. Does I but they were churchgoers. Good Christian Protestant. But they even taught Sunday school is there doctor in. But the thing is. She told me after seven years this happened. He says Alice. Yeah. Mother came to visit me I said when when we lived on them. I won't mention the street. But I said, why don't you tell me after seven year, you're telling me, he's I didn't wanna tell you. What was it all about what she stood at the end of our bed, and and he got up, and there she was standing at the end of the bed, and mom, what what is it, you know? And she says, well, Tom, I want to know how Alice is doing 'cause I was six months pregnant when she passed away. She was concerned how my health was doing. He passed away much. I he was only fifty four or something to how old are you? Now Alice I'm ninety four ninety four good for you. And the thing is George. I haven't been wanting to call you several times because we listen to you him free nyc, my son, and I and he's a believer. Now, like, you know, wasn't a believer five days ago. But he's been listening to your program that he has changed and full wonderful. He believe in afterlife. And so he's not afraid of passing on just like me. But let me know. Other children who they're not believers. They just go to church all the time. But they don't believe don't believe in afterlife. But the thing is George I have been having just I attack when I was seven years old. I was going. I love to be a Catholic. But I'm not Catholic. I'm everything is my dad says. You know, how were you? What were you raise? As we were raised as just. From hot kisses, your church is right here right in your heart, or no, formal almost you have to go to searching church. Never. My dad was my dad was a Roman Catholic. My grandmother Nelson was also and they were the Catholic trick. But he became a partisan, and and then they decided as you can and this late seventies. He wanted to become a Buddhist. I said dad what happened. He should because the boozers people don't go to war. They don't seem to be fighting all the time. When you read the bible, you know, it's always fighting all George, you know, the bible, I have read the bible to into bible school and everything. But the thing is this happened to me when I was seven years old because my two girlfriends were Catholic they went to the sacred touch church and. Well, I was in there wasn't a Catholic. So I wish so go with them seven o'clock mass on Sundays, and I wouldn't have breakfast too. Because you didn't they going to confession? And I didn't eat also there was well they were getting dark confession done. And I was sitting there as a few and I passed out you pass passed out. My next fell on the back of the queue, you know. So I my breathing was cut off. Could you could have died? I was that's why I met Jesus. I mean, this is something that till this day, you don't and even the priest when they came to get me, the two of them are they gonna but you've been through a lot. When when my two girlfriends, Mariah. And Bernice came up to me when they came back. They said L S O. And you know, what Jesus was already outstretched hands and angels behind him. You know, George I have never seen anything so beautiful. I and we never had color TV radio at home. This is back into surety course in those days. That's all. And I tell you what I did all in colors..

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"schlitz" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

16:46 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Welcome back. Dr Marilyn schlitz with us Marilyn in this reality courtroom. How do you think the jury would decide based on is there life after death? I think most people believe there's something there. I think people have had experiences that give them a sense of that. I think that there are a lot of experiences that people report, you know, beyond the survival of consciousness or identity, you know, people re reporting things like precondition knowledge of the future people doing what you did about looking into your mind for information about a geographical location, the whole remote viewing paradigm. You know? There are all kinds of experiences that people have had that they report regularly and that the majority of our population in including people with higher levels of education report. So this isn't just something that people experience, we have no education. And you know, the critics would say, you know, they just don't know any better. In fact, what it is is something that people have. Very direct personal experiences about and which can change their life. And you have written in the book, how some people's lives have been changed dramatically through this change. Yeah. I wrote a book living deeply the art and science of transformation, and we were very interested in trying to understand how people can gain a perspective on life that is richer and fuller and less filled with stress and anxiety. And how can we do that? And we know that a lot of people can become very rigid and fixed in their perspectives. And opinions, but it's also possible that people, you know, begin to shift their perspective. And these kinds of experiences can lead to the sense that the world is more expansive and more complex and more mysterious than we had previously. Understood. So we started to interview people about it. We talked to the mystics, and we talk to the great spiritual leaders and people representing different kinds of, you know, traditional ritual practice type of orientate. Nations. And and in that we really created kind of a change model that said to us that there are ways in which we can begin to bring our awareness and our intention to creating our life in ways that are are positive are imbued with meaning and purpose and that ultimately lead to happier healthier experiences. How do younger people react to these things? Now, what do you think? Well, I think we have seen a generation of people grow up with the media with video games that expand their sense of what they're capable of. There's certainly a lot of fascination with horror movies. I think you were talking about the program. You know, I think our imaginations are very fertile. I think popular culture has a way of training us. And we know that these kinds of topics are extremely interesting for people who choose TV shows or movies to go see. So what's that about? You know, is that about just something that is ideal curiosity, or is it something that helps them to take a deep dive into their own personal experiences. And I think the ladder. Maybe what's happening. Let's take some calls. We'll pick it up by going to Giovanni in Los Angeles on the wildcard line. Hey, there Giovanni. Hey, how's it going? Great means spent a while. Yeah. It has been awhile. And I'm always listening. I love the show as always. And Dr Maryland, thank you so much for the work that you're doing on consciousness is absolutely necessary your pioneer, and I hope that you continue doing your work. And I hope that this this this birth MOR wonder in in in an actor Yossi into this world. But I just wanted to share a an experienced of mind that it just really springs to mind when I heard you talk. The about the forest or by the jungles. It ended self being a form of consciousness where of a kind of a pure consciousness. Well, my parents are from Nicaragua. And our our indigenous people are very very, very rich culture of of mysticism, and and also, you know, being able to travel into inter dimensional early and and and explore the potential of the mind through through ancient practices, and so it's been instilled in me overtime the practice of meditation. One one one one one moment at one time upon my travels. I was traveling Nicaragua. And the Knicks and the whether it's a jungle called Los and my nigga or roughly translated the the black jungle, and this this black Joel is just an ocean jungle. Most of it is untouched by man, very rarely explored still still rich with with with with undiscovered. Lord knows what's out there. But when I was in the jungle I I sat down to meditate. And while I was meditating maybe an hour into my meditation. I felt what I believed to be this pure consciousness. I felt the jungle calling out to me now it was so strong that I had trouble breaking for my meditation. And and to a certain point I became a little bit timid bit fearful because I was I kind of lost control over my ability to extract myself from the medication for a moment. And I believe that this your consciousness was was calling near or trying to cool me into it somehow, and I wanted to share that consciousness. I do believe that there's more out there. Absolutely. And the mall we explore the more. We'll find it's like you say if we put it into our minds that there's something there. We will find it as opposed to reading. Having it off and not believing something is there. What did you think of that Maryland? I'm so grateful for that comment and the question, I appreciate your supportive words. And I think that one of the reasons that many traditions have a guide, you know, a position in society that is that spiritual leader, or, you know, the mystic who's been on the path before so they can help guide the process because I think it's true that you can get pulled into roms and experience that are unfamiliar that are unchartered and that have this capacity to kind of take us out with them. And if you are with somebody who's experienced in a lot of this kind of journey work. They can help calibrate that in, you know, keep you grounded in the experience. But it sounds pretty remarkable. I will say one time I was in. Meditation practice with Francis Vaughan. Who is no longer in this plane, I've experienced, but she led this meditation where she took our identity into a bubble and the bubble left the body and went off somewhere. And I know that I got pretty lost in that moment. And I thought if I didn't have the kind of grounding that I had I could see how some people could be very frightened or destabilized by that. And in fact, there's a woman Willoughby Britain who is a psychiatrist, and it's really been looking at some of the disc called these surrounding meditation. You know, we think about it always says, I really positive thing. But it's also important to recognize sometimes people can get into realms of experience that they have no way to navigate. And so I'm very grateful for your question and your comments and keep exploring. It's a great adventure. Indeed, it is next up. Let us go to Alison. In wonderland. That's Honolulu, by the way, I Alice welcome to the show. Yes. George. Hi there and Marilyn, I'm so pleased to hear tonight what the speech, and I have the proof that they read. The side George. When my husband passed away six years ago. Unbeliever Christian, but doesn't believe in spirits and things. Okay. Oh, I haven't been listening to you know, all the programs from way back when bell was on and his wife, and you yes. And. I've had experience, and I don't know who tell them to sometimes my husband, of course, who was an unbeliever after he passed away about just three days. But before this happened on the service burial service on that. He'll just says he was going. Into the ground. Yeah. The storm came up. You was wild win and everything. It just happened so far, and then it stopped. It took only a few minutes. It was very odd. No as we were leaving the cemetery. My son. The oldest one said mom when we were getting into his car to go home. Dad came home with us. Wow. What do you mean? She got in the car also because they could just smell him. The call is filled with his body odor. Muslim was very clean person. But he had to send about him. He wasn't a smoker or nothing. But here comes my son saying that and I go. But then a few nights. I was sleeping and my left foot but still bothering me from accident. We had a serious escalator and. I was solid sleep. No, I've followed my let's put going up. And there was my husband at the end of the bed lifting my left foot while you could clearly see him dutiful. Yes. Yes. He he always wore white tee shirt. Be nick. Short. Yeah. Ten short and keep passed away before he could hit ninety four. So sorry. It's a pretty good run, though, wasn't it. Oh, he was in perfect specimens, the doctors always ask. What do you do for him that he? Seventy year old man, and he's ninety three. Oh, I said nothing he doesn't all the exercises. You know walk and he watches his diet. My husband never had a wrinkle on him. But George this is the thing he pulled my leg up and I woke up, and I said you and I looked at him. I said tall that hurts. My heart. And he says I want you to take care of this foot. Been to see the doctor again, and he dropped it. And that was it. He was very upset. I wasn't neglecting the doctor after that. Yes, I have been. But the thing is George my mother also came to visit him. I know he wasn't nonbelievers. Does I only deal? But they were churchgoers good Christian partisans. But they even taught Sunday school is Dr in. But the thing is. She told me after seven years this happened. He says Alice. Yeah. Mother came to visit me. I said when when we lived on them. I won't mention the street. But I said, why didn't you tell me after seven year, you telling me, he's I didn't want to tell you. What was it all about what she stood at the end of our bed, and and he got up, and there she was standing at the end of the bed and mom what what is it? And she says, well, Tom, I wanna know how Alice is doing 'cause I was six months pregnant when she passed away. She was concerned how my health was doing keep us away much. I he was only fifty four or something to how old are you? Now Alice I'm ninety four ninety four good for you. And the thing is George. I haven't been wanting to call you several times because we listen to you him free night, my son, and I and he's a believer. Now, like, you know, it wasn't a believer five days ago. But he's been listening to your program, and he has changed and full wonderful. He believes in afterlife. And so he's not afraid of passing. Look just like me. But I have. Look, you know. Children's law. They're not believers. Let's go to church all the time. But they don't believe don't believe in afterlife. But the thing is George I have been having just I attack when I was seven years old. I was going to be a Catholic. But I'm not Catholic. I'm everything is my dad says. You know, how were you? What were you raised as we were raised as just from the heart? Your church is right here right in your heart. Formal? You have to go to searching church. Never my dad was my dad was a Roman Catholic. My grandma Nelson was also and it was a Catholic, but he became a partisan, and and then he decided that and this late seventies. He wanted to become a Buddhist. I said dad what happened. Because the Buddhist people don't go war. They don't seem to be fighting all the time. When you read the bible, you know, it's always fighting, George, you know, the bible, I have read the bible to school and everything. But the thing is this happened to me when I was seven years old because my two girlfriends were Catholics. They went to the sacred heart's church and. Well, I was in there. I wasn't a Catholic. So I wish you go with them. Seven o'clock mass on Sundays, and I wouldn't have breakfast too. Because you think confession. And I didn't eat also. But there was well they were getting competition done, and I was sitting there, and I felt. Passed out. My next fell on the back of the queue, you know. So I my breathing was cut off. You could have died. That's what I met Jesus. I mean, this is something that to this day. You don't and even the priest when they came to get me to them they gonna, but you've been through a lot Alice when when my two girlfriends and British came up to me when it came back, they should Ellis. Oh. What Jesus was already ostrich and and the angel behind him. You don't George I have never seen anything so beautiful, and we never had color TV..

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"schlitz" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

17:17 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Welcome back. Dr Marilyn schlitz with us Maryland in this reality courtroom. How do you think the jury would decide based on is there life after death? Most people believe there's something there. I think people had experiences that give them a sense of that. I think that there are a lot of experiences that people report, you know, beyond the survival of consciousness or identity people re reporting things like precondition knowledge of the future people doing what you did about looking into your mind for information about a geographical location, the whole remote viewing paradigm. You know? There are all kinds of experiences that people have had that they report regularly and that the majority of our population in including people with higher levels of education report. So this isn't just something that people experience, we have no education. And you know, the critics would say, you know, they just don't know any better. In fact, what it is is something that people have. Very direct personal experiences about and which can change their lives. And you have written in the book, how some people's lives have been changed dramatically through this change. Yeah. I wrote a book living deeply the art and science transformation, and we were very interested in trying to understand how people can gain a perspective on life that is richer and fuller and less filled with stress and anxiety. And how can we do that? And we know that a lot of people can become very rigid and fixed in their perspectives. And opinions, but it's also possible that people, you know, begin to shift their perspective. And these kinds of experiences can lead to the sense that the world is more expansive and more complex and more mysterious than we had previously. Understood. So we started to interview people about it. We talked to the mystics, and we talked to the great spiritual leaders and people representing different kinds of, you know, traditional ritual practice type of orientation. Nations. And and in that we really created kind of a change model that said to us that there are ways in which we can begin to bring our awareness and our intention to creating our life in ways that are positive are imbued with meaning and purpose and that ultimately lead to happier healthier experiences. How do younger people react to these things? Now, what do you think? Well, I think we have seen a generation of people grow up with the media with video games that expand their sense of what they're capable of. There's certainly a lot of fascination with horror movies. You were talking about the program. You know, I think our imaginations are very fertile. I think popular culture has a way of training us. And we know that these kinds of topics are extremely interesting for people who choose TV shows or movies to go see. So what's that about? You know, is that about just something that is idle curiosity, or is it something that helps them to take a deep dive into their own personal experiences. And I think the ladder may be what's happening. Let's take some calls will pick it up by going to Giovanni in Los Angeles on the wildcard line. Hey, there Giovanni. Hey. How's it going? Great spent a while. Yeah. It has been a while. And I'm always listening. I love the show as always. And Dr Maryland, thank you so much for the work that you're doing on consciousness about the leading necessary your pioneer, and I hope that you continue doing your work. And I hope that this this this birth MOR one year. In an actor Yawkey into this world. But I I just wanted to share a an experienced of mind that I just really sprang to mind when I heard you. Speak about the about the forest or about the jungle it ended up being a form of consciousness of a of a pure consciousness. Well, my parents are from Nicaragua. And our our indigenous people are very very, very rich culture of of system, and and also, you know, being able to travel into inter dimensional, and and and explore the potential of the mind through through through ancient practices. And so it's been instilled in me over time the practice of meditation. One one one one one moment at one time. On my travels. I was traveling Nicaragua. And the and the weather is a jungle called Los and my nigga or roughly translated the the black jungle. And this this black jungle is just it's an ancient jungle. Most of it is untouched by man, very rarely explored still still rich with with with with undiscovered. Knows what's up there. But when I was in the jungle I sat down to meditate and wallows meditating, maybe an hour into my meditation. I felt what I believed to be this pure consciousness. I felt the jungle calling me now it was so strong that I had trouble breaking my meditation. And and to a certain point I became a little bit fearful because I I was I kind of lost control over my ability to extract myself from the meditation for a moment. And I believe that this your consciousness was was calling me or trying to pull me into somehow. And I wanted to share that consciousness. I do believe that there's more out there. Absolutely. And the more we explore the more. We'll find just like you say if we put it into our minds that there's something there. We will find it as opposed to. Shredding it off and not believing something there. What do you think of that Maryland? I'm so grateful for that comment and the question, I appreciate your supportive words. And I think that one of the reasons that many traditions have a guide, you know, a position in society that is that spiritual leader, or, you know, the mystic who's been on the path before so they can help guide the process because I think it's true that you can get pulled into realms and experience that are unfamiliar that are unchartered and that have this capacity to kind of take us out with them. And if you are with somebody who's experienced in a lot of this kind of journey work. They can help calibrate that and, you know, keep you grounded in the experience. But it sounds pretty remarkable. I will say one time I was in a meditation practice with Francis Vaughan. Who is no longer in this plane of experience, but she led this meditation where she took our identity into a bubble and the bubble left to the body and went off somewhere. And I know that I got pretty lost in that moment. And I thought if I didn't have the kind of grounding that I had I could see how some people could be very frightened or destabilized by that. And in fact, there's a woman Willoughby Britain who is a psychiatrist and has really been looking at some of the difficulties surrounding meditation. You know, we think about it always says a really positive thing. But it's also important to recognize that sometimes people can get into realms of experience. They have no way to navigate. And so I'm very grateful for your question and your comments and keep exploring. It's a great adventure. Indeed, it is next stop. Let us go to Alice in wonderland. That's HANA Lulu, by the way. Hi alice. Welcome to the show. Hi there and Marilyn, I'm so pleased to hear. What was being said? And I have the proof that they raise. Aside George when my husband passed away six years ago. Believer. He was a good Christian doesn't believe in spirits and things. Okay. I have been listening to you know, all of the programs from way back when bell was on and his wife, and you yes. And. I've had these experience, and I don't know who tell them do. Sometimes my husband, of course. What was an unbeliever? He passed away about just three days. But before this happened on the service burial service on that hill. Just says he was going down into the ground. Yeah. The storm came up. Who was wild win and everything just happened so far and then his thumb it took only a few minutes. It was very hard. No as we were leaving the cemetery. My son the oldest one. Said mom when we were getting into the car to go home. Dad came home with us. Wow. This is what do you mean? She got in the car also because they could just smell him always filled with his body odor. Muslim was very clean person. But he had to send about him. He wasn't a smoker or nothing, but my son saying that and I just. That's cool. But then few. I was sleeping and my left foot but still bothering me from accident. We had a serious escalator and. I was asleep. No fault. Let's put going up. And there was my husband at the end of the bid lifting my left foot while you could clearly see him dutiful. Yes. Yes. He always wore white tee shirt v neck and shorts. Yeah. The ten short on and keep passed away before he couldn't hit ninety four. To pretty good run, though, wasn't it. Oh, he was in perfect specimens, the doctors always ask. What do you do for him that he? Seventy year old man, and he's ninety three you. I said nothing she doesn't all the exercises walk and he watches his tie it. My husband never had a wrinkle on, but George this is the he pulled my leg up and I woke up, and I said, and I looked at him. I said, Tom. My heart. And he says I want you to take care of this foot. You better see the doctor again, and he dropped it. And that was it. He was very upset. I wasn't a doctor after that. Yes, I have been. But the thing is George my mother also came to visit him. I know he wasn't non-believers, but they were churchgoers. Good Christian Protestant. But even taught Sunday school is there Dr. But the thing is. She told me after seven years this happened. He says Alice. Your mother came to visit me I said when when we lived on. Yeah. Won't mention the streets. But I said why don't you tell me up to seven year? You're telling me, he's I didn't want to tell you. What was it all about what she stood at the end of our bed and and got up there. She was standing at the end of the bed and mom, what what is it, you know? And she says well tall. I wanna know how L is doing 'cause I was six months pregnant when she passed away. She was concerned how my hope was doing. Passed away much. I he was only fifty four something to how old are you? Now Alice on ninety four ninety four good for you. And the thing is George. I haven't been wanting to call several times because we listen to you Winfrey. Nyc my son, and I and he's a believer. Now, like, you know, wasn't a believers five days ago, but he's been listening to your program, and he has changed and full wonderful. He believes in after life, and so he's not afraid of passing on like base. But. I have. Other jewelry. Not believers. Just go to church all the time. But they don't believe. Afterlife. But the thing is George I had been having just I attack when I was seven years old. I was going. I love to be a Catholic. But I'm not Catholic. I'm everything is my dad says. You know, how were you? What were you raised as we were raised as just? From the heart. You're turkeys right here. Right in your heart or no formal. You have to go to searching church. Never my dad. My dad was a Roman Catholic. My grandma Nelson was also and it was a was, but he became a partisan, and and then he decided to and then there's late seventies. He wanted to become a Buddhist. I said dad what happened. Because the Buddhist people don't go to war. They don't seem to be fighting all the time. When you read the bible know. Know, it's always fighting on George, you know, the bible why I read the bible to bible school and everything. But the thing is this happened to me when I was seven years old because my two girlfriends Catholics, they went to the sacred heart's church and. Well, I was I wasn't a Catholic. So I wish so go with them. Seven o'clock mass on Sundays, and I wouldn't have breakfast too. Because he's not going to confession. And I didn't eat also. There was well they were getting confession done. And I was sitting there at the pew, and I felt. You pass passed out. My next fell on the back of the computer, you know. So I my breathing was cut off. Could you could have died? That's why I met Jesus. I mean, this is something that you don't and even the priest when they came to get me, the two of them, I they gonna but you've been through a lot Alice. When when my two girlfriends. And Bernice came up to me when they came back. They should Ellis. Ooh. And you know, what Jesus was already ostrich fans and angels behind him. George. I have never seen anything so beautiful life, and we never had color TV. Well, we had was a radio at home. This was back into service, of course in those days. That's all. And. I tell you what I did all in colors, and what I hear your call is called in to say, they they haven't been up and came back. I find it very difficult to believe someone this story because my visit was not like that. I know what he looks like yours was a good. Visit wasn't beautiful George Jesus is so handsome..

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"schlitz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:52 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome back. Dr Marilyn schlitz with us Marilyn in this reality courtroom. How do you think the jury would decide based on is there life after death? I most people. I believe there's something there. I think people had experiences that give them a sense of that. I think that there are alive experiences that people report, you know, beyond the survival of consciousness or identity, you know, people re reporting things like precondition knowledge of the future people doing what you did about listening into your mind for information about a geographical location, the whole remote viewing paradigm. There are all kinds of experiences that people have had that they report regularly and that the majority of our population in including people with higher levels of education report. So this isn't just something that people experience, and we have no education, and, you know, the critics would say, you know, they just don't know any better. In fact, what it is is something that people have very direct personal experiences about and which can change their lives. And you have written in the book, how some people's lives have been changed dramatically through this change. Yeah. I read a book living deeply the art and science of transformation, and we were very interested in trying to understand how people can. A perspective on life that is richer and fuller and less filled with stress and anxiety. And how can we do that? And we know that a lot of people can become very rigid and fixed in their perspectives. And opinions, but it's also possible that people, you know, begin to shift their perspective. And these kinds of experiences can lead to the sense that the world is more expansive and more complex and more mysterious than we had previously. Understood. So we started to interview people about it. We talked to the mystics, and we talk to the great spiritual leaders and people representing different kinds of traditional ritual practice type of orientations. And and in that we really created kind of a change model that said to us that there are ways in which we can begin. To bring our awareness and our intention to creating our life in ways that are are positive are imbued with meaning and purpose. And that ultimately lead to happier healthier experiences. How do younger people react to these things? Now, what do you think? Well, I think we have seen a generation of people grow up with the media with video games that expand their sense of what they're capable of. There's certainly a lot of fascination with you know. Horror movies. We're talking about the program. Imaginations are very fertile. I think popular culture has a way of training us. And we know that these kinds of topics are extremely interesting for people who choose TV shows or movies to go see. So what's that about? You know, is that about just something that is idle curiosity, or is it something that helps them to take a deep dive into their own personal experiences. And I think the ladder. Maybe what's happening. Let's take some calls. We'll pick it up going to Giovanni in Los Angeles on the wildcard line. Hey, there Giovanni. Hey, how's it going? Great. It's been a while. Yeah. Been a while. And I'm always listening. I love the show always. And Dr Maryland, thank you so much for the work that you're doing on consciousness. Absolutely. That's very your pioneer. And I hope that you continue doing your work. And I hope that this this this birth. More wonder in in in an actor Yawkey into this world. But I I just wanted to share a an experienced of mine, but it just really springs to mind when I heard you. Speak about the about the forest or about the jungle it ended up being a form of consciousness. A kind of appear consciousness. Well, my parents are from Nicaragua. And our indigenous people are very very, very rich culture of of Mississippi, and also, you know, being able to travel into inter dimensional, and and and explore the potential of the mind through through ancient practices. And so it's been instilled in me over time to practice meditation. One one one one one moment at one time. My travels I was traveling Nicaragua. And the Knicks an incorrect. Whether it's a jungle called my nigga or roughly be a black jungle, and this this black jungle is just it's an ocean jungle. Most of it is untouched by man, very rarely explored still still rich with with with with undiscovered. Lord known. But when I was in the jungle I sat down to meditate and meditating, maybe an Howard into my meditation. I felt what I believe the disappear consciousness. I stopped the jungle calling out to me. Now, it was so strong that I had trouble breaking for my meditation. And and to a certain point I became a little bit hammered bit fearful because I was I kind of lost control over my ability to extract myself from the meditation for a moment, and I believe that this pure consciousness was was calling near or trying to pull me into it somehow, and I just wanted to share that conscious. I do believe that there's more out there. Absolutely. And the more we explore the more. We'll find it's like you say if we put it into a mind that there's something there. We will find it as opposed to. Shredding it off and not believing something is there. What did you think of that Maryland? I'm so grateful for that comment and the question, I appreciate your support of words. And I think that one of the reasons that many traditions have a guide, you know, a position in society that is that spiritual leader, or, you know, domestic who's been on the path before so they can help guide the process because I think it's true that you can get pulled into realms experience that are unfamiliar that are unchartered and that have this capacity to kind of take us out with them. And if you are with somebody who's experienced in a lot of this kind of journey work. They can help calibrate that and, you know, keep you grounded in the experience. But it sounds pretty remarkable. I will say one time I was in a meditation practice with Francis Vaughan. Who is no longer in this plane of experience, but she led this meditation where she took our identity into a bubble and the bubble left the body and went off somewhere. And I know that I got pretty lost in that moment. And I thought if I didn't have the kind of grounding that I had I could see how some people could be very frightened or destabilized by that. And in fact, there's a woman Willoughby Britain who is a psychiatrist, and it's really been looking at some of the difficulties surrounding meditation. You know, we think about it always as a really positive thing. But it's also important to recognize that sometimes people can get into realms of experience that they have no way to navigate. And so I'm very grateful for your question and your comments and keep exploring. It's a great adventure. Indeed, it is next. Stop. Let us go to. Alice in wonderland. That's Honolulu, by the way, I l welcome to the show. George. Hi there. Maryland, I'm so pleased to hear what was being said. And I have the proof that. Aside, george. When my husband passed away six years ago. Believer a Christian, but doesn't believe in spirits and things. Okay. I've been listening to you know, all of the programs from way back not bell was on and his wife, and you yes. And. I had these experience it I don't know who tell him to sometime. No, my husband, of course, who is an unbeliever. After he passed away about just three days before this happened. On the service, very service on that. He'll just says he was going. Into the ground. Yeah. Came up. You was wild win and everything. It just happened. So they took only a few minutes. It was very odd. No as we were leaving the cemetery. My son. Oldest one said mom when we were getting into the car to go home. That came home with us. Wow. This is what do you mean? She got in the car also because they could just smell him. Call was his body odor. Moslem was very person. But he had to send about him. He wasn't a smoker or nothing. But here comes my son saying that and I just school. A few nights. I was sleeping and my left foot but still bothering me from accident. We had at serious escalator and. I was gonna say, no. Let's put going up. Yeah. And there was my husband at the end of the bed. Why you could clearly see him. Dutiful? Yes. Yes. He always wore white tee shirt and shorts. Yeah. The ten short on and she passed away before he couldn't hit ninety four. Pretty good run, though, wasn't it. Oh, he was in perfect specimen doctors always ask. What do you do for me that he? Seventy year old man, and he's ninety three you. I said nothing she does it all exercises. I walk and he watches his tie it. My husband never had a recall on him. But George this is the thing he pulled my leg up and I woke up, and I said. Him..

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"schlitz" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Like nine schlitz is in or something probably surpri jenny what do you guys make a jetty is acknowledging now it just it was everything i believe in second chances i love talking to the guy he's another guy said talking josh he gives you something baker would always give you something and he was honest and he was thoughtful and when you see the way lincoln riley talks about him the way teammates talk about him it's really hard to have him on the show i don't care if guys writ me i'd put west we're going to couch tomorrow loves that he's he's said to me sometimes i like too much noise and talk about him chirping the fans i mean i've watched him yelling at a fan in the stands during a game but that just fuels more i like that maybe because i'm not like that yeah my wife my wife said that one time she's like well what if you ran into westbrook and i would say ira also is not gonna eat me i mean what am i what do i care your only dalton once then you i rented andy dalton at a hotel room i used to call him the beige water pistol i did feel terrible but it's like what what you have to be on my loyalty is not to the jock it's to the honest you can't you can't suck up to athletes because you're you're going to bump into mover macy's gotta be honest about it and it's like if i run into westbrook or psalmody game now i wouldn't go to a game in tante him i don't think that professional i wouldn't go to a game four thousand your face i'll never taught a guy if i'd be respectful to john wall or baker mayfield i would be respectful to them but if they came back at me and said what would be like i don't like the video well sure yeah i don't like the video either but i also don't think the videos the only thing about the way everybody used to think i like kobe then i got critical of kobe when he signed that stupid contract in the enron wanted to be highest paid guy in the league and eastern.

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"schlitz" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Like nine schlitz is in or something probably surpri jenny what do you guys make a jetty is acknowledging now it just it was everything i believe in second chances i love talking to the guy he's another guy said talking josh he gives you something baker would always give you something and he was honest and he was thoughtful and when you see the way lincoln riley talks about him the way teammates talk about him it's really hard to have him on the show i don't care if guys writ me i'd put west we're going to couch tomorrow loves that he's he's said to me sometimes i like too much noise and talk about him chirping the fans i mean i've watched him yelling at a fan in the stands during a game but that just fuels more i like that maybe because i'm not like that yeah my wife my wife said that one time she's like well what if you ran into westbrook and i would say ira also is not gonna eat me i mean what am i what do i care your only dalton once then you i rented andy dalton at a hotel room i used to call him the beige water pistol i did feel terrible but it's like what what you have to be on my loyalty is not to the jock it's to the honest you can't you can't suck up to athletes because you're you're going to bump into mover macy's gotta be honest about it and it's like if i run into westbrook or psalmody game now i wouldn't go to a game in tante him i don't think that professional i wouldn't go to a game four thousand your face i'll never taught a guy if i'd be respectful to john wall or baker mayfield i would be respectful to them but if they came back at me and said what would be like i don't like the video well sure yeah i don't like the video either but i also don't think the videos the only thing about the way everybody used to think i like kobe then i got critical of kobe when he signed that stupid contract in the enron wanted to be highest paid guy in the league and eastern.

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"schlitz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You know just dark woods van animals and they were in their cabins were in the middle of nowhere and so they set up the screen with a bunch of chairs outside to show the movie outside so they had movie night outside and the camp counselors decided that they were gonna show these ten year old kids grizzly and then have them walk back to their cabin after the movie scott said he was traumatized is the longest walk everything he thought for sure he was going to be completely mutilated by a giant grizzly bear and you know the camp counselors were like they were back at their cabin drinking schlitz and laughing because they just traumatized a bunch of kids by showing him grisly i wonder if that ever got back to the parents i never ask god if his parents found out schiffer good time at summer camp no they showed us grizzly in the middle of the night the man okay so there's a lot more of them if you want to jump in when nature attacks when animals kill it's a great subgenre and pretty much inspired in the seventy s at least by the success of jaws so we're gonna talk about and then of course there's a lot of shark movies out there we can talk about deep blue which is a movie that i love and of course the shark nato how many are there now four they know movies i think there's more than because i know they do shark to posts they have like other ones that aren't part of shark nato but yeah those sci fi movies ridiculous all right let's break here we whether we got traffic and then after that we'll come back and talk more a nature strikes.

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"schlitz" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"But let's say we are we start yep i've i'm free tomorrow questions from the audience for facetious on cut all stella chrissy mp yes one down the front here thank you we took her about how the right wing always as friendly to amend as they might be but i think there's probably quite problem in the left wing at the moment no no my my bro schlitz they great guys they they're so good and they totally they've got your issue for you so so right you don't need to go here back sister you're like so how do we get the the us in the just phillips and the more radical just giving away stacy but we have offices opposite each other so it's like with the naughty step she comes and she steals my biscuits i want nothing hydrocare done i know sisters on caught your politically on affiliated and would like see the state's mantle but if you are for example i'm left wing i would vote labour how do i get the men in the labour party to understand that female issues a human issues and non binary she's a human issue not secondary to economic issues because actually it does fit together into sexually first of all we have to admit we have a problem like why do we expect the men in our party to be any different from men in society in terms of imbibing expectations sexist analogies generally not thinking things through secondly is about specific policies and it's also about not giving ground on these things i am constantly frustrated by being told that equalities issues will come after things like brexit after things like gone.

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"schlitz" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on WLOB

"Best gusman that's frightening isn't it only asks you for juicy ms ryan i might very well be one of the leaders of the easter prey how wonderful you know a few years ago when i was a girl i was in the easter parade in my best one i pry that was when you were a girl i can remember it all just like it was yesterday the judge who gave me the prize was a tall dignified man with a beard i wonder what mr lincoln said do do you happen to have any cufflinks ryan given to me by mr schlitz himself i think i'll take this paradigm is ryan how much now let's seems like a lot but it's for a good cause i bought a new piece for my piano and i can't play it oh gosh i don't play very well i don't sing very well i have a go ahead we were wave true though wasn't hello names were singing.

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"schlitz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"schlitz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Well remember yeah like two bears to like to cartoon bears they used to do schlitz cartoons as well like for the for the you know like a commercial yeah can't ally fifth nineteen fifty and gloria mcmillan in that cast their she she played a small part but you know what it was her you could tell her voice is so wonderful we love gloria mcmillan and she was so kind to be on the show with us for this visitation of the wgn radio theater in i asked her to come back again hopefully she'll wanna come back and we'll play other shows that she was in i have some lux radio theater with her i have many other programs hope red skeleton i've a lot of stuff with her are they're very i mean i know there aren't too many are there other radio stars alive can you believe that milwaukee's as you can tell marion ross has plenty of spunk air so join us tonight after two plyer overnight next on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn like drinking and driving getting behind the wheel after the use of marijuana is dangerous driving under the influence of marijuana puts the driver passengers and others on the road at risk the drug driver has impaired judgment alertness and concentration.

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