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Science FAIL! Why it's good to do
"We've all made mistakes right. But sometimes i can make us fundamentally confront who we are and who we want to bay beck in twenty four eighteen neuroscientist. Dr been to has had a damn good reason to be excited. It was it was such a shalit's basically there was years of work at prestigious scientific journal current biology had just accepted a paper by humidity supervisors based on his phd project but not without rigorous peer review. I of course reviews as good and tough questions and lots of extra analyses. I did when finally the email arrived and said yes. The paper is accepted. it was just. It was a very happy moment. A piper in a high impact journal. That's a big deal for. Young scientist then investigates how we perceive the world visually. So as your brain stitches together sane in front of you what you see is rematch spatially. Onto a part of your cortex at wrinkly atalaya of brian. So if you think of the cortex is old crumbled up that if you would flatten it out like a sheet could see on this flat surface neighboring points on the critical surf representing neighboring points in the visual field in the scene in front of us then put people in an mariah scanner to see what happened to the map when he distracted them using different visual cues. He came up with a k. For design for study and think we scan a total of twenty seven people which was at the time by far the largest study using this type of method and the method was kind of knew. He said there was a lot to figure out. It was computational so there were some analyses that literally took weeks every weekend machine would run through that stuff when it crashed it would send me an email which is a dangerous thing to do because when you get an e mail on sunday saying oh your coaches crashed in your very tempted to go back to the office and start to fix it. That lots of careful data crunching and analysis lighter and he'd found something significant and surprising this aspect of the brain of the visual brain which part of the scene a given neuronal population of marin response to seem to be more malleable than we thought and it was surprising that it seemed to change with attention. Just through your attending a given power to seen more than an condition. There's a lot to this week but the shorter the long of it is. This was a robust finding worthy of journal. So fast four now to six years later it's june twenty twenty and bins running his lab and tame remotely in the middle of a pandemic lockdown in germany. He's home is three. Kids is a lot going on right and he gets an email. I received that email. And i have to say at i. If i'm honest i i. Wasn't that worried that something was wrong. Really wrong only been didn't understand what yet and he would have to make a career defining choice about what to do next today on science fiction. Something we can all relate to filing and why it's good to do especially in science but also wants wrapped up in a whole lot of stigma and shame again especially in science you know great successes are trumpeted and things. That are not successes. You don't want people to know about however failure is so normal to the day to day working of science we need to move towards a culture where we are actively embracing failure. We all know that air is human and assigned as you know we have to ask why and behalf to ask how and way we fe often leads to the next question we are asking and so does this theory much part of scientific process. It's very great suits of inspiration in many ways the into no signs. That's not the way it looks and sounds in science when a journal pulls or retracts a paper the stuff of nightmares for scientists. But he's angst about scientific integrity scandals scaring scientists away from talking more openly about making mistakes back to that email bend has received at the uselessly. Big university in giessen. It was from susanna stole. Who is doing pay at university college. London under the supervision of professor sam schwarzkopf. Now sam had been a post doc in the lab been had done his pitch in and susanna was building on original. Study when i first read and paper thought. The design. They've chosen was really beautiful and was impressed. Ben included a very extensive stepney mandatory material conducting analyses infect around thirty pages of supplementary data for just a two page paper. Susannah was impressed with half farah was but then she went to do her on experiments and she noticed something odd she was getting. The same results has been even with different experimental conditions. And that shouldn't be high s-. I really had no clue
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Neck As I see your read article after article, see TV show after TV show normal person out there on the street cannot overcome their fear. To get to the analytical part of this whole process. I'm not afraid of and I'm actually ready for a recession, a crash of value of anything and everything. Why? It is the opportunity to do incredible stuff. But that's my analytical brain. The United States has a very strong economy. We will return to our basic economic foundation. This is not going to be the end of the world for everyone, but you do need to take some action. And some actions will be more productive than others. And one of the things that I think you can do now is take this time. Like you, said Del people gonna be sitting at home and you have a time right now to change your life. Make what you have work for you. You need to get into lifestyle's right now Join us for our free online workshop register at lifestyles unlimited workshop dot com. I shall send to the Senate nomination of Mr Thurgood Marshall General storming, Norman Schwarzkopf said. At the core of the big Apple is hard and we all feel it here Today. Cameras clicking is Sandra Lindsay received the first Coben 19 vaccination shot in New York when it happens where it happens. 10 10 wins Is there more than five decades as New York's all news station? Then now always Wins news Time to 38 in 10 10 wins Entertainment Hollywood awards season controversy Some are calling racist Golden Globes again under fire for an incident similar to earlier this year when the movie parasite I'm David. He's serious, which went on to win best picture at the Oscars was not allowed to compete in the best picture race at the Globes, instead sidelined in the best foreign language film category. This time, the mostly Korean language film Minori is getting the same treatment was Kurnia despite the fact that it's set in the US and is being hailed as an excellent film about the immigrant experience. Some are going so far as to call the decision by the Globe's racist actor Daniel Dae Kim tweeting..
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on Crafts and people
"Cool that you mentioned growing up in the gdr because it's kinda resonates who's me. I was born in russia in ninety one. So i actually didn't see the soviet union. Obviously i was doing five four collapsed. So i didn't see it but i saw the scarcity. I actually even on many of my old pictures. A lot of stuff and wearing as a kid is made by my grandmother and my mother was close consumables. Today i saw it. When i do in my book shops some old ladies. Maybe an forties or fifties. They comes of staff. They ward in the eighties. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty s and we can do really good things with this because of it has good quality the fabric and saw sewing is really good and you can work with this then when i wreck today the some kids and thirteen fourteen years. They have some Closings i'd it. For example prime. Mock really bad fabric. You can see after free times in. Washing machine is broken. It's not good and then it doesn't make sense to saw something new about this. It's really a lost walk. I think i was wondering where do you get the stuff you work with. You said that you don't work with new stuff so do do staff and work with this but normally regularly and doing some closing as parties already. Some cloths you cannot change because of the quality is not good. It's broken it's a it's a hole in it all such things and these disclose i take with me and this i can work or of appoint is there some Events working Advertising stuff such flexibility schwarzkopf's and they have different colors for each event. And sometimes i get these stuff. And i can office So you talk with the companies like events companies and they know that you can take through. Something breaks sometimes. Go going to embellish takasu. One day of collecting Donated items for the for the homeless people yet and some stuff. They cannot use for the homeless people because of For on sued items by this ellett in their shop for example of By their im- one yeah mental at such a nice crab you can use it for so many projects so i always talk to my guests. If they're able to support themselves with their thing so i know that this year is obviously very different from any normal but everything works but I think The last four or five years. It's been everything in. Its sometimes better sometimes. Good but it's it's it's working but I must say it's a it's a low level. I'm not rich. But i do not need so much Because i do not buy new stuff anymore. Only the it's my rant and have to pay. It's the food after pay. It's mac computer. Of course i have to pay and sings like this and for the kids of course The the Free time music school of sporting such things but it works. Yeah it's not much but it works. How has this year been for you. I know it's hard for pretty much. Everyone in any kind of creative occupation. Yes it was really hard at the beginning of march. It started before the locked on. I got a gets so much Cancelation of dates and effort. Oh my god it's i. I can close everything. But later i i spoke with my clients and i've worked for example with libraries libraries and am day rousseau and asked me for some creative ideas to make things for them. I made some. Yes as i started to make a youtube channel. And it's as a started to make some videos with some planning to torius. Or other things i speak about and yet it was the beginning of the nother experience this year and i think it will be good i. I will make more videos us in the future. Hope all the best but as sought corona. This year was not was not only bad. It was a chance to make some new things to make some different things. And i i take the challenge. Okay thank you and have a really nice day. Thank you very much. Yeah and that was it for the tenth episode of crafts and people. The next one will come out on december twentieth and it will be the end of the season and of course it will be dedicated to the christmas season and to the end of this very tough year after that will take a break to prepare the new season and you can always get in touch with me via email and social media by by and always thinks to my friend. Make for making this jingle and the rest. I did by myself goodbye..
Playing The Hero
"They flow four from public health officials celebrities. Medical experts politicians facebook friends. Partisan trolls some remediated by the media. Others are just ad libbed untruths from on high. Anybody right now. Anybody that needs desk gets there. They have the tests and the tests are beautiful. Two weeks later still in catastrophically short supply. Meanwhile earlier this week trump waxed rhapsodic about a holiday reprieve Easter as our timeline. What a great time line. That would be the beautiful beautiful unless you don't want a holy day celebrating. Rip Birth to be the occasion for spreading deadly contagion to prevent that. You need some sort of miracle On March twenty first trump re tweeted quote hydroxy chloroquine and as if taken together have a real chance to be one of the biggest game changers in the history of medicine and people may be surprised by the way that would be a game changer. But that game took an ugly turn in Arizona. Man Died after taking chemicals that he thought would protect him from Corona virus and his wife is in the hospital this morning. The couple took chloroquine phosphate. The active ingredient is also found. An aquarium cleaner kills algae. What would be your message to the American public? Take anything completely anything yet. The president is even more than usually present with his rallies cancelled. He's turned the daily Corona Virus. Press briefings into spasms of self-congratulation rated at ten. I think we've done a great job. The question is what is the presses proper role here in these daily briefings Washington. Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan floated the idea of simply not airing them live. So the press has time to sift facts from reckless statements. Nyu media professor. Jay Rosen thinks. The media should not repeat the president's unsupported assertions at all unless they're sandwiched between context and fact he goes even further suggesting that the press boycott trump's briefings and photo ops Fox News Channel's media reporter Howard Kurtz called cutting trump's mike quote the height of condescension as if he wrote the media think Americans are too dumb to recognize spin and that quote only the pundits in the press are smart enough to figure that out so they will watch the president and then fill out what you need to know. Of course filtering explaining and contextualising is exactly what the press is supposed to do in all of its coverage on the other hand. Such basic journalism may have an unintended consequence namely giving cover to a chronically untruthful commander in chief. Here's how Atlantic's Adam Serwer put it this week on. Wnyc's the takeaway. Most Americans do not watch these conferences live. I think the larger issue is that they consume them through newspaper write ups and local news clips where the falsehoods erratic behavior and rambling by the president. Downplayed as producers in editors China Hammer Trump's statements into something that can be digested his information. So there's an impulse. Even when the president is not saying something that makes sense to make it make sense somehow to right around it or to edit around so should. Tv journalists just let the nation see the emperor naked at the podium or cherry. Pick his most cogent moments. What's an enemy of the people to do last weekend? New York Times Health and science reporter Donald McNeil Junior proffered a third path diminish the White House's presence by four granting the steady and trusted experts standing nearby today as you all know after nine days we've flown over twenty two thousand sorties and air operations in those air operations. We have over twenty six air to air kills by the Coalition Air Forces. That was General Norman Schwarzkopf in Nineteen ninety-one briefing. The world on Operation Desert Storm not a politician but the government's handpicked explainer of the war. One obvious choice for preempting. The president in these circumstances is Dr Anthony. Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. Who's already been at pains to correct the record with trump just a few socially incorrect feet away. She was explained yesterday. There has been some promise with a drug. Chloroquine is potential therapy for people who are infected with corona virus. Is there any evidence to suggest that as with malaria it might be used as a prophylaxis against code onto the answer is no and the the evidence that talking about John is anecdotal evidence but Fao she seems to have been pushed farther and farther away from the president on the reviewing? Stand this coinciding with a right wing troll campaign portraying him and other experts as partisan saboteurs out to harm president trump unless I've misinterpreted the term deep state Hillary Clinton loving stooge but if we're looking for a corona virus Schwartzkopf. There's one who already has a podium. Facts CAN BE UPLIFTING. They can be depressing at times. They can be confusing at times but I think facts are empowering New York Governor Andrew. Cuomo's morning press. Briefings haven't garnered the same. Audiences is trump's prime time appearances but they've been well covered and unlike the president's widely praised. This is partly due to New York state's unfortunate claim to epicenter status. Almost a third of the nation's confirmed cove in nineteen cases are in New York City but Cuomo claves strictly to the science the data the advice of experts and the imperative of public health. He does some pastoral work but offers no POLLYANNA declarations or unfounded. Hope in a situation like this not knowing. The facts is worse. Because that's when you feel out of control on the other hand. He is a politician and his resume is not
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"You cover the king you best not miss because everyone now who's gone after biting into debate has essentially suffered this fate your stepchildren Kamel Harris Willie on Castro all of them now essentially unable to topple we with the guy who's been in the mix at the top the entire year and it's a reminder that that you know he does have a someone impenetrable command of the field despite its size despite the fact that it reflects the diversity and the changing nature of the Democratic Party that's it'll keep of CBS news the very dramatic and game of thrones if you come after the king you better not miss a correction that's actually a quote from the wire how bout if you come after the king with a really stupid stupid effort like Helene Castro did you already forget what you said you know everybody thought all your pots with that come here is with their stupid nobody likes bossing why are you acting like boxing good thing Biden is somehow that is an awful human being for not supporting possible third there swings of the king were so prophetic forced school busing I should say barely had failed because they were pathetic yeah that was terrible analysis because really crappy candidates here not because a swing at the king may just the random swinging was terrible all the way around he act as Joe Biden such an incredibly effective counter puncher yeah he's only he's barely aware that they're criticizing or talking about me man I like to rub my leg hair down and watch it rise so a couple of text we got to clear up some earlier conversations we're talking about a trumpet McCrone and Trudeau we're getting into it people with French sounding names for some reason he's battling into and and we're talking about France somebody text of the famous Norman Schwarzkopf off mmhm general Norman Schwarzkopf there you go he was a general during the first Iraq war going to war without France is like going hunting without an accordion that's a pretty funny quote how you I have thought about France a very slight and then I was wanted wanted the whole freedom fries thing come about and we got a bunch of taxol yeah now I remember France wouldn't let our planes flying through their air space to refuel for starters we had to go all the way around made it much more difficult it we use it it was a good friend she gesture that accomplish nothing it was just a knowing when they by the way had been cheating on the sanctions they signed on to with Iraq thing like cheating the entire time so you can get cheaper oil I mean that's just inexcusable behavior it yep French is there a France rather is barely an ally god what an annoying country forgive me you freeze mall portions of food lottery delicious winds pretty good boy of told the story before I had a friend I've never been to France but I I add this to a friend from in Italy and I was visiting me nearly every country in the world multiple times a baby never been to France he hated the French so much is this deep does it tell you friends at this deep for hatred of the French that I thought was just kind of funny but oddly enough I this summer in the French I know I'm not ambivalent about it frankly but he's speaking French fries we maybe facing a French fry short is soon as the cold and wet weather is devastating the potato harvest in the United States we've got a long Jimmy Kimmel a joke about that you want to hear it now and I'm kind of tells the whole story which is interesting on its own sure America is reportedly on the verge of a French fries shortage for real because of all the cold wet weather this year fewer potatoes are expected than any year since two thousand ten which is a crisis that could result in millions of Americans getting healthier I guess I don't the shortage of potatoes you get a thirty pound bag of them for like six dollars I can build a house on the potatoes it costs to buy a pair of VR goggles true this is dangerous is we can't have Donald Trump facing impeachment and French fries shortage at the same time there's no telling what he might do but this really tells you all you need to know about how we need in this country the two orders foods in America to get our French fries and a Popeye's chicken sandwich gonna drop by a Popeye's last night was going in for the chicken sandwich you know if potato prices doubled that would be going from room for you to just under free just one of those items that you don't know what the costs are so cheap nobody keeps track well right and listen as and man of Irish heritage obviously I love the humble potato but I mean my god the actually.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"In the things he uses your Norman Schwarzkopf during the Gulf War years ago. Hey looking up at the top of the hour they were saying and they're starting an impeachment hearings against trump again again again Mike simple questions is that they throw everything at this guy lies and fabrications what in the world are they going to try to impeach him why what do they think they can impeach him four that's my simple question they're still investigating. still looking for something they they want to win vision because he won not look some of this is going to sound funny but I'm not trying to make you laugh. they want to win pigeon because Mahler failed to get ready but they want to impeach him because Obama's department of justice the FBI that conspiracy failed they want to win pigeon because they wanted Hillary to win I want to impeach him because they don't like his tweets they want to impeach him because I don't like his hair or his hair color they want to impeach him because I think his goal sh and gross and impolite and rude they want to win P. Jim simply because they are power mad alders themselves and cannot adapt to being rejected. it is. I want to impeach him but what they hope to impeach him four. was there still looking what what they're looking for now they they want a judge to wild force trying to turn over business records from the trump organization and his tax returns they want trump to be forced to furnish documents that they think will prove he is a criminal. since they haven't been able to prove that yet. but they're telling that they're taking a position that they know he did it they just can't find the evidence and I gotta keep looking for it. the real reason this is happening. it you're you're one of the impatient for it's it's a good question because the answer is nothing he hasn't done anything impeachable impeachment is a political process it's not legal it's not about really violating the law and it never succeeds if you don't have popular opinion behind it which they don't but their problem is there a base voters John. they're they're not all there emotionally or mentally. you got a you have to put yourself in these people just I'm I'm I'm trying to make this is as brief as I can. try to imagine if you can that you are a base Democrat voters. and for the last three years every day you have been promised the trump was going to go. you tune in to MSNBC every day every night CNN every day ever you won't put in the New York times I went to the website. Washington post and multiple times a day you wanna promised and a short that trump had colluded with Russia. that he was a traitor. that he had stolen the election. did Hillary Clinton was the real winner that trump had cheated. maybe it was even a traitor. no managing your one of these people and you hear this. minimum five times a day. every day for two years. you would be excused. I would fully understand if you'll build up a set of expectations I mean after all you believe the media. your trust the media they're yours. when The New York Times writes the stories are shoring you of that evidence is soon to be produced and dropped it you believe it every day. forty two years when you watch an endless parade of experts and former Obama administration officials on TV every day and every night for two plus years. you believe them when they say trump illegitimate trump cheated trunk colluded Travis a agent of the Russians you believe it. when Robert Muller is appointed you are convinced that he's gonna find the evidence that the media has promised you exists. and every day for two years or a year and a half you wait like it's Christmas Eve and Christmas morning we'll never get here your soul excited you've got so much anticipation. they have promised you. and then mother comes up a dud. there's nothing. your told the trump tower meeting with don join your and generate data questioner and the Russian honey pot was the evidence that there had been going in the crowd. and stole me Alexian none of it after two and a half years was true. you would be insane to and I'm not trying to be sympathetic to me is trying to get you to understand these are the people driving this and they have been promised they still believe it's true. they believe trump has for today every effort to find the truth. they believe he's still cold they believe is a Russian age they able and they hate him anyway because he won and they hated because his Republican. they are demanding that there were elected officials get rid of the guys in somebody else's failed. they're not they have been driven insane by the way CNN MSNBC ordeals levels are plummeting and I'll tell you why that's..
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on Born to Impact
"So many people make. Make a mountain out of a molehill were decisions concerns. General Norman Schwarzkopf went said he said, Mr President. So this is when they were in the Iraqi desert waiting to invade the first Iraqi war and general Schwartzkopf said Mr President indecision is costing the American taxpayers more dollars than making the wrong decision. I I beg you and congress please make a decision do we invade or do we pull out? But right now, we've got men and women in and and ballistic missiles taking time and money because of your indecisiveness in life. We're way too indecisive, and we miss out on the opportunities because we handling over it. So decisiveness pillar number four emotional resilience. I was honest with you, I told you man, you know, pillar number five is motion resilience. I was the most emotionally reactive person. I would wait wait, wait, wait, wait, and then it'd be passive aggressive energy. And then I'd get adversarial. Then I blow up at you. Because I was emotion reactive today. Emotionally resilient when something happens. I don't go, man. Dan. Did that to me I go. Wow. Wow. That happened. How do I deal with it? And if I'm more. Less reactive and more responsive than I can come up with more solutions. If I'm reactive now, you're yelling at me. I'm yelling at you. We're just escalating the problem writing so emotional resilience powerful. And then finally you've got to build a team pillar number six is build a team team insi- call it the inside team and the outside team. The insight team is my circle of influence, my immediate family, and the friends that I hang out with I hang out only with fighter jets people who are vision and mission focused, and we don't have idle conversation about the basketball game or the football game or the weather. If I want the weather, I'll just go to my iphone and check the weather. I have deep conversations with you guys with Craig Ballantyne with the people that I hang out with otherwise. I'd rather sit there and silence with you and enjoy the moment of silence, right? And so my insight team or people who are supporters who are fighter jets just like I am mission vision focused and going somewhere in life. And then, of course, my I no longer have employees. I used to have nine employees. Now, I have almost sixty team members. What's the difference employees? Sees clock in a little late clock out a little early to the bare minimum to maintain employment. Team members are group of individuals who are focused on creating an outcome in the outcome is to win. So I have a team not employees, and they know the vision they know when he thirty four locations a month to hit our goal of twenty five hundred locations of fit body boot camp locations by the year, twenty twenty three every team member knows that that means one point three locations day member in the beginning of this podcast..
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Are most often getting here of fought twas as a declaration that somebody is persona non grata is right but i guess you'd say like you say could also be a change in the sort of the party line on interpretation of religious texts writes something like that yeah yeah exactly exactly and the tension that permeated the decades since the revolution i it's hard to distill it into a single sentence or a single example because there was so much booth on regional global scale and there was also outright conflict such as the iran iraq war from nineteen eighty until nineteen eighty eight this and then series of other wars some of which the us was involved in yeah the gulf war operation desert storm and all that in nineteen ninety nine hundred ninety one i mean in in my mind as a child growing up that is that's how i knew that's the only reason i knew about iran and iraq at that time those conflicts every tell you i met norman schwarzkopf the general no way yeah really yeah i was not a not in an official capacity i should say i was a kid it's like at a park he goes he was just sitting on a bench in yet just like were there we sat on the other side then we didn't talk but we passed on bloop yeah yeah but that that guy would remember was very prominent in the american public i during this time what was accomplished in those wars it certainly wasn't the deescalation of this tension because the middle east has furthered to stabilized in right now in twenty teen distrust runs extremely high on all sides of the conflict because what we're looking at is the esscalation of a proxy war in the middle east so one thing that is a.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on What the Tech
"Part of what happened with that invasion was that we showed the world that we the united states the united states military in particular we had you and i got together to reveal some of the capabilities at the us military which to that point had been secret right and so yeah it was it was done very specifically to send a message and you might remember some of those famous videos where the bunker bombs had the cameras on them and they would go right into the uterit into chimney or whatever there was one famous one where schwarzkopf was talking the guy driving over the bridge and he said leo latest gentlemen here's the luckiest man in iraq and then the bid the bridge blew up right after he got over it and you know that in russia and other places at the time they were like oh jeez look at that like we have some catching up to do here and the google event in particular that demo i think served notice to anyone who's doing any form of or personal assistant technology whatever that google is on the cusp of something very profound from a functionality perspective that was so impressive in granted it was a demo they said it was real phone call a couple real phone calls and we have no way of knowing that i'm sure when the preview version of this comes out in the summer it will be nowhere near as impressive as what we saw but this is what they're working towards this notion that someone can on your behalf not just do things in kind of an online sense but actual have conversations with people where if you did not alert them to the fact that they were talking to a robot.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"And you must have kirk if you must be without one be without character because calculus just an important what we see sometimes on the world stage in business as well folkston that really focused on leaders that is on understanding how important trust and then what trust is so i just wanted to suggest that simplistic as it is the anatomy of leadership is as simple is making sure you build a relationship with those who follow you wanna trusting to reflect the importance and the relevance of building solid relationships and then making sure that your operating in a way that holly based on high integrity that is you have operating with a sense of character wait when you look at these dynamics what happens if you build trust relationship automatically improve foundation of it all isn't it i mean if he had again to court schwarzkopf it's really it starts in the air and it might end there there's no room for anything else just know trusting relationships with those you work with and quite frankly i call it the big t if you do any of the big t operating people will in fact folly by the way without trusting your you know that i didn't i didn't they might be out of action or for reasons they don't entirely understand that's an interesting thought they're going to get paid so to speak but you don't miss out of the person's hard together that's great and character on the character on a couple of minutes we have left together character is about principle centered this isn't it it's about values in stained consistent do i have that right or or maybe put some color on that for me your point with unlimited build on seeing that when you think about really is based on value system and what really is the core what's in your circle of of competence.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"Different ido went hata d i s r in my head it was like the best idea longtime like this is going to be perfect for platoon room it up let me try to explain it to the listeners before we get going so because its draft season when players are coming out of college they're able to be drafted in into the into the pros year drafted one through thirty two of the nfl team did they pick the best player than they go out and they have seven rounds of the nfl draft we wanted to establish a draft for each one of the branches a service but in this draft you're allowed to pick one fictional and one reallife person that we're going to put in each one of the five branches a service we're gonna do army airforce marines navy and of course our good friends at the coast guard were gonna we're gonna include them this time for federally the coast especially the low coast dover little fox so we are going to have a little draft let's start off with the first pick in the navy draft kate who do you got sell first pick in the navy draft i have general norman schwarzkopf we're just i'll go and switching branches how how i'm just i'm going to bring him over to the navy look i effect at little rock ray does that on the ship actually you know what time out i'm going to take the little mermaid okay first one okay little bit of ceiops i'll edison and were recording are national women's day is pretty woke choice right so i'm going to switch it up schwarzkopf can wait a suck at general she's going to lower the guys to the edge with her voice tell them come on in the waters fine they all jump off the boat my army wins there you go a strong choice at is and that's a voice of an angel cheetos you must be doing like counterintelligence she must be doing leg some black option were she's like trying to get in.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Make sure that one eu competence we'll cross from fruit is based on competence in your credibility you really have to have a solid relationship with the people falling and if you will uh you have the courage to um it's it's it's a it's a quote uh but what the call from tonight and i mentioned a quote uh but the quote general sports cool some snow has put the ones who full mccourty but you must tell them in your current two if you must be without one thought thought character because he was just an important we see some time on the world stays in on biz in businesses um folks and not really uh focused on that is one understanding how important and then which was i just wanted to suggest that the amount of me at simple news making sure your relationship in one or twisting the to reflect the importance of emmett railings sun building solid relationships and then making sure that you're operating in a way that's how the base with a high takriti's that is when you're operating with a system character when you look at these dynamics uh what happens if you bill trust relationship automatically improve that all as of yet again to court the schwarzkopf it's really it starts there and it might end there if there's no room for anything else just no trusting relationships with those you work with him and quite frankly i call it the big o operating creeping even with a little too well i did i did not i guess they might be out of obligation or for reasons they don't entirely understand that's an interesting thought there going to get pretty cool to speak for you don't necessarily the crucial heart you gotta sure july that's great and and character it took to just both on the character in a couple minutes we have left together a character is about principle centered nest isn't it it's about values and stain consistent at do i have their writer or making put some color on that formula you're you're a court ruled on a date could live when you think about based on your system and what is the core uh what to neil circle love of competence i called it is that drives you uh i think about it in terms of at the end of the day we knew make decisions about how you hockry and all you.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on Absolute Advantage
"Happen a couple thousand i viewed on the plenty likewise were there there are some other people in that played a price a better skills that i did that i sort of that moment sore step back let them take the lead and nigel did when i had to take vialli so i would say those three things definitely i used as the plane was going down when we got it going through the situation in getting out um and then later on that night in and when i was in the hospitals now when i had knocked a thorough that there are so many things that you're sharing now as a as you know we have a lot of leaders and entrepreneurs who are listeners of this podcast and so you there are some things that really to directly translate to leadership and entrepreneurship in terms of this situation so i love the on knowing when to step back when you have the skill like how does that translate to business how does that translate to your personal life that particular when like knowing when a specific set of skills like me be in business you need to like you're you know you need higher for that versus doityourself over kent can you share some correlations with with that that would be fantastic one the grizzlies a and i use today and of course i didn't i didn't use it when i was younger i wish i had was the question is somebody asked me once is do you wanna be in charge you are being control lava and that was a great distinction for me 'cause i always wanted to be in control ryan is sometimes i realize is not about beating control it's about being in charge of the of the dust niece extending the vision up and in the mission i learned that a couple of different ways not only one so and told me that as one more i had the opportunity to escort general norman schwarzkopf would outer tony in being with him and you know and he'll i ask you a.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"He had a dogged what you named your dog and why because they came out with a list and this is four this year or 2017 the twenty most popular dogged names of 2017 now before we go to the phones no here's what i mean about a cool story behind while you named dog what you make you remember doubled down this spin year years since we worked with my stomach days anyway doubled down just texted me give a little dog he says we named our guy grim g r i m for two reasons it was one of our favorite shows at the time you remember the show oh yeah yeah as one of our favorite shows at the time and also because he was so tiny there was nothing to him he was almost like skin and bones and so scrawny that he looked like the grim reaper we had to give him something mean because he's such a tiny little guys will we tried to toughen among puff up his confidence exactly exactly that's a cool story i like mike in cults neck you're in new jersey wanna 15 hey boys you i and what's up hey i had a a boxer he was awesome a larger boxer and i named him reiter a lotta people can use it thinking it was after the football team but it was actually be one of the first military are slobs groups we had were marine raiders hit have like a little swagger winter the puppy it fit tuesday matters yeah but not not not not immediate very good around paran kid and what not yet when something wasn't right he'd step right up he was off that's that's cool now are you are you have a military background or just mad respect fly dear dear julia you area so i'm on i'm trying to come up with the name par next boxer he passed off somebody on the show will give me an idea schwarzkopf name schwarzkopf opinion henry or why it right now you know wider why i don't know well it's kind of a people name not not everybody is going to adhere to be doyle dodgers pointed out mike.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North
"Muttaqi with four of the towns with tanks fifty eight tanks each battalion tuna slipped through rocky division shooting and he's who surrendered were free to walk out he chose to fire back soon on we went through to really fast completely defeated him in their paths could saddam hussein's elite republican guard on the night of the twenty six january we take the war to republican guard i hit a regiment took third armored unit that the vision the day ceased cases the big red one drove a deep left walk into southern iraq all the way to the fact that the buzzer highway cutting off saddam's republican guard then general rain received new orders from schwarzkopf scenes south wand to conduct the ceasefire talks handle marvellous welcome to iraq courtesy of the vigor at all on march 1st just five days after the ground war began general schwarzkopf negotiated a ceasefire with the iraqi military gulf one was over a hundred 48 american soldiers had been killed in comeback twenty seven of them from the first infantry division people i got to remember that the success of the first division gives restore individual people from the white finland appeal drivers unconditional rossi fell that's what made that they made it all more war stories about the big red one when we return the big red one remains vitally important to our nation's defence november nineteen ninety six the division arrived in bosnia to maintain peace in the balkans and though the entire division wasn't deployed to the middle east for operation iraqi freedom the patch was indeed worn in the campaign deliberate iraq over it.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I i i to me it you know like that'd be the eagles are all all the way bocgo team upfront never now through the quipped acquiring a game iv against the chiefs in which he won't be able to do some things they were able to do to new england patriots view that you did have that sort of advantage upfront i'm against the patriots in so it'll be an interesting game from that damn quite and i'm also interested to see you know but chess match here to agree to where uh i thought the chiefs there's so many interesting things on offense last week you know i mean basically implementing all these different spread almonds i i'm interested to see if they can do the same sort of thing again uh a more academic attacking uh simple uh defense and what jim schwarzkopf thrown them i i'm missing something about this cowboys broncos gained that everybody thinks it's going to be like a nailbiting active less last minute i i i was unimpressed watching the broncos maybe maybe you're i i'm i'm a little i'm a little concerned about the broncos defense it not that i think that they're going to be bad right i i i think they'll be fine um but based on i mean watch simeon look good last week but i do they're going to have their ups and downs out parenthood way and i think the defense we're gonna have to carry the team the way that it's carry the team the last couple of years particularly considering the strangler division and they've now on five starters offered attitude we'll get you tantrum a couple of years ago uh they've now off moi jackson they've lost damien survey thin they've lost um they've they've lost tj war they've often markets where.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Piper you might ask our steve trevor leeson's you general norman schwarzkopf from her own robert gallucci standard attention what i i wanna thank artery by i don't know i don't you know i don't know i could not better faster and i wanna go perry thank you i i i i know we are your average family and diane are you are you every fang on wet ironic who i went back and i now i got out drag that are given out by the gop k r value of your eye and power i'm very bad heaping europe are leak jack and impact then back after opec hot air back i've got at that that has the right on the backed up by harboring criminals and fat high back on may five and yet you could still gay about that an alcohol on top of the day exactly what atat here bike outright got yard yadav you've only got dragged them yard drink alcohol yet on the other hand they're giving you how mad cow you are any kind of make you make ear you know more about it i am about that have me i guarantee ty is on when you recognize that eu at national butter by people ongo fidelity i'm hearing about then pick on almost all the time they on a topic dry on edgar dan here but everybody tied with dr arnn fit abida cannot around rock high that i'm you know the last thing papin you've got dino i hope you probably know veterans and other people i'm you know four five different perfect are you don't on your mind camp fica and you know i think that a tip on it for quite a quiet horrible trauma on i don't like the word elegant back had 10 anna i i you know but at the camp with like you have an honest and his f and pay attack by by a lot of parma fact about my them for pardon people at the elbe why these near exactly right you're right ads you rightly so the call and when you introduce drugs and alcohol even legal drugs with alcohol you have a cocktail for for failure and annual when you.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Could have been their loved to benefit lion that wall but uh they just they could not come to an agreement on the proposed personal income tax nia broadening and conversely the democrats would not talk to him about prevailing wage ideas get a hold of regular senate minority look our whip on this used to be on next week so i've reached out of democrats and republicans on this and he said well the thing is no one's going to get everything they want and he's concerned they're kicking the can down the road as well so marquel so it was a missed opportunity schwarzkopf said not racing income tax was a missed opportunity is that really a missed opportunity well i did hear that description several times that the that the personal income tax increase proposal was a structural change and to the extent that it included some items from the defacto revenue advisory committee recommendations about how to broaden the the base of the personal income tax that's an accurate statement but if fast not connected with or contrasted with sustainable spending control than was was not going to happen i've in i think ultimately that's what the problem was that the the republicans were being asked to support a substantial revenue increase that would have gone add into the future but they were not being given real long term uh progress on cutting spending they wanted to use the federal guidelines as opposed to the one point five viral or one point three annual survey delaware guidelines.
"schwarzkopf" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Decrease the i i get her out of the the is or should mr nichols year dismissed will the nineteen ninety one gulf war began when iraq under the direction of dictator saddam hussein invaded the small but oilrich country of kuwait who is an american ally mcveigh was actually about to go into special forces training when war was declared which put is training on hold until after the war was done no one america went over to battle the iraqis they were told to expect the worst the book oklahoma city quoted one vietnam veteran on the eve of battle who said take your worst nightmare in quadrupling tim quadruplet again and you still get to where he'll be this tom tomorrow will hold on is this a common core math question now you see i quadruple we wanted to number i star way let's say you i expanded what do you expect is you're gonna make debt to to apple's four times at his best to four sets let me i have to dry commodore you got a dry things done and apple slew youth soldiers were told to expect minds barbed wire artillery an anti tank fired nerve gas in the dreaded scud missile because remember island member scott missile i had used remember fuck in desert storm trading card i remember the yet and if you've got who was at general norman schwarzkopf schwarzkopf that was a big card to get i had us where i leave you with an eighth if i have really been these are trading cards like you actually god to buy these in supermarkets how weird in gung ho the nineteen ninety one gulf war was made poker cards as well with with the moldings and then they also did that in two thousand and two.