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Mets Respond to Cohen Tweet With 12-Inning Win Over Giants
"The Mets are dropped five in a row and trailed one nothing in the night before pulling out a six to twelve any victory over the giants in San Francisco Kevin Paul Larson at the two to deadlock with a three run Homer off Tyler Chatwood chance Sisco added an RBI doubles the Mets won for just the sixth time in their last twenty games JD Davis forced extra innings with a sacrifice fly in the ninth before the Mets improved to one in five in their string of thirteen games against the giants and Dodgers New York almost wasted a strong performance by Tylor Megill who held the giants to one run and five hits in six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
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"You know there's a little bit of a mismatch of energy there. My heart will go on from titanic my i don't i don't know that's the celine dion. You pump that right before you're about to get into like to pitch for your new startup. mcgregor's listening to walk into the ring. Rose going down at the. I forget nazi wild. But if you're going to go like hang out with your grandma or something. You might wanna listen to something a little bit. Calmer get yourself into more feminine energy and again like like he said the male energy versus feminine verse masculine energy. There's people have stories around that sort of pick and choose so a lot of people hear this and probably get triggered by it because they're like. Oh when i say fenway energy he saying like oh. That's a girly thing to do. Though it it's not there's no sex attack you to get to doesn't have to be male in feminine. Does that be female. An energy you know like and so like saying something is feminine. Doesn't mean you're saying it's girly and saying something masculine doesn't mean you're saying it's manley right and i think i think that people get kind of in the past as well. Yeah understanding it in this format. And i like the fact that here's angelo this this You know kind of like mehrtens man kinda looking. 'cause he is is an explaining in his terms. I think helps maybe demystified a little bit. Yeah yeah this is. Cool this yeah. We'll definitely have him on again. Because we are check out alpha hippie their programs are podcast is legit. I would start there. And it's just listened to angelo behind the mic. There's just a he has a different perception of how a lot of us will approach things. And i think those refrains as little like little reframe here and there. We'll just help you out just to see things a little differently Go reach out to him if you if you like what you heard They are pretty awesome. So what else man. We have We took action guide notes of course for this episode. I think they will be fabulous and you can get them for free right now but only right now. If it's within two weeks of this going maybe again later. We'll see maybe later. We're toying with that idea. But right now it's just two weeks.
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"Around it now. And so he basically his new stories over wrote my existing stories so i was less resistant to to that sort of change when when the opportunity came so. Now that's why you're a chain smoker. That's why i smoke two packs a day. Dammit angelo shifting. Now i'm just gonna. You're not doing that. I'm not doing that is not what interesting no like tobacco as a tool now. Now i know that's a tool in my toolbox of okay. If i really really wanna get focused in maybe we'll vaporize a little bit of tobacco like we don't even smoke it we don't even bust it. We like vaporize the tobacco right so it's a tool. It's so. I mean that's where you actually had a remember from when i did iowa and i didn't know it at the time but You might have said it. But i forgot but tobacco. I think was the shaman. There he had cigarettes. But you know there were like these ceremony oli rolled. You know it's not like with a backup margot rent but but that was part of the ceremony from us. Smoking that we were doing that. I walk but i think he was just like it was kind of puffed in the air. This like tobacco is like almost like in the area. I think that's pretty common. Actually in the ceremonies if it's like feminine dominant thing. It's gotta be an energy thing. And i guess i didn't really understand that but that is why angela was talking about with these stories have made. It gets back to what we talked about here. In this podcast. Yeah is all everything's a frequency. It's an energy most of it. We can't see you know like there's to other things like we just watched a video. We're actually not supposed to say much about it. But with our buddy immi shah but like a lot of what he was saying in that video which one day when its public will share it around. It's just not ready for primetime yet. But he was talking about how. There's all these things that we can't here. We can't see the spectrum of light you know there's all these auditory frequencies and sounds we just can't hear obviously like dog whistle. Dogs are here totally different. So just imagine anything that we're missing out on in life and angelo talked about how he is just has a deeper level of awareness. And that's how he's focused and allowed himself to really create space to do that and he. He legit trained himself into that space. And it's so. Obviously he walks on a different plane late. There's a different level wave of thinking obviously frequency waves. Then i would say anyone else walking on the street or most people you know. It's just kind of obvious. Yeah it's really intriguing. Yeah whichever's agree. Reframe to the whole intrigue verses intimidation. Yeah no that was. That was a good reframing. The most interesting man in the world so like you don't being a storyteller has Has additional benefits beyond the more obvious benefit of just now the attention on you right Another thing that he talked about. And i actually wrote this quote down because i loved it. Be an energetic. Dj of your life right down. So i was happy. Because i was like how i always like that line. Dj of your life and like the idea being that like when you get into your car a lotta times the radio might be on and you just whatever sort of energy frequencies the raiders putting out. That's what you're getting kind of. You're giving up the control of your energy to another thing the programming you. Yeah so like if you if you're trying to go into a sales meeting or something and you kind of be like empowered in the have that masculine energy and ready but you're listening to like For enya drive over right. It's like.
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"That references and What we're talking about all right inside joke hippies hippies hippies these days man we we lean more that way this has been great. Where can people will. You had the book coming out later in the year right so the alpha hippie code. I'm willing to sell this thing. I'm black friday. It's going to be opened up for sale. I'm black friday. I'm writing it right now. Could go and editing and moore put myself out there in a beautiful foldable way on. They'll because is going to be all about these frequencies and and really how to embody them step into them and also to. It's a selfish memoir. My son so he could learn about how i learn them because i have deep fascination and wanting to know who my father was before he was my father and i trusted every boy deep down really wants to know a little bit about that so alvin because they'll be available round their time and i'm writing it right now as we speak and it's absolutely amazing. I laugh and cry every time we put a chapter together. It's an epic journey end. But it continued to do the work and surrenders to the divine and and know that. As long as i'm wearing the mask that everything's gonna be beautiful at umbrella things. It's start out with the hippie brand or the alfa hippie brand to manso you're growing like crazy it's fun to watch man be involved so it's been good. I'm sure we'll do it again. My man thank you. No thank you guys for having me So you two are two studs and anyone that listens to this show. Thank you so much for listening. And the shows that i trust that they they see you guys as i see while you guys are absolutely amazing and the the quality of content and also to the The tools and resources that that evergreen prophets and hustle and flow gina. That you guys bring out a really amazing and you know. I don't say that. Because i only look at them. I say them because we use them. And we trust in you guys in love you guys are devoted to you so appreciate your brother levy to thank you king. Hard edge face smoking's yeah take a breath. That was a lot of good stuff it was it was and i feel like we word like tip of the iceberg of the type of angelo talks about typically iceberg of just the conversations. We've had with angelo over the past on sense. why yeah it was You know it's easy to spend a day. Did a couple of weeks ago. It was pretty simple to. I was very simple to have an interview with him for nearly three hours. Jesus word of the time. Go but yeah so happens when you get someone. That's unit front stoop yapen. Yeah you know. It'd be in a storyteller. In how powerful is it when you can kind of understand how to tell not. Only the structure of store is like a layer deeper of the the. Why behind the stories like she the frequency all that stuff yeah when he was talking about storytelling like i think he put it in a context that i've never looked at storytelling from before right so like you know. In my mind being a good storyteller was being a good entertainer. Like people would want to be around you more if you're good at telling stories because you're more entertaining and more enjoyable to be around if you're a good storyteller you'd probably be better at podcasting blogging content creation in general things like that. If you're a good storyteller the the perspective that he approaches storytelling from now is that everybody has these existing stories inside of them and if he can replace your existing story with a news story then you guys are both on equal footing when you have conversations around the things they you. He told the story about fair. So for example. I've always had this story around like this was sort of referencing the show. I've always had this story around like tobacco and things like that like you know. Smoking is nasty. I hate the smell of cigarettes I had a teeny tiny phase in high school. Where i smoke cigarettes for a little bit because i thought it made me look cool. I guess i didn't get addicted. Didn't last very long. But you take pictures me like. I don't think there's any pictures. Pfleger smoking cigarettes. I'd probably bought one pack. Ever and by the time. I was the pack. I was like screw. This doesn't make me feel good but I i've i've always had these stories around tobacco right. But we went over to his house and we were there and And he started telling stories about tobacco he was like he was telling these stories around. How you know in in like the psychedelic world. You've got iowa which is the mother and tobacco is considered the father because of its ability to sort of your state in the masculine feminine energies. And there's a whole rabbit hole around that that he was telling stories around and then he was also talking about tobacco as tobacco used to be the thing that like in like tribal civilizations they would all kind of pass the pipe around or they would all pass the you know the the rolled tobacco or cigar around and that was sort of time was people like sort of passing the tobacco around and telling stories around tobacco and then he also telling us you know from a i don't know if that's the right word physiological to your body. Yeah he was telling us that like like little bits of tobacco in little hints of nicotine. Help you bring you more present and get you a little more clarity and people use like nicotine gums and things like that. It's like a focus new tropic and stuff right so we got to his house and i had no intention on like smoking tobacco with him that day but after he's he yeah we actually faked it but after he sort of framed all of these stories about like tobacco is the the the sort of cultural storytelling thing and tobacco does this for your body and You know tobacco being this sort of mother plant and all of these different stories tall around father plant. Yeah after he told all of these different stories. He sort of replaced the internal stories. I had around tobacco with these new stories. And then when he offered some up when he had his. You know his volcano vaporizer thing. When he offered some up. I was a lot less hesitant to turn it down. Because now i have all these new stories about it right. Yeah and that's say that like uber. I necessarily think tobacco's a good healthy thing. Now i'm just saying it's been completely reframed to me per meaning to it..
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"Pick the song that reminds you of no feelings. Like you're the only like for a lot of men frank sinatra visit. Make you feel like you could take on the world that you're ready to do. What is your own terms to me. a favor. don't ever message but like something like along the host lying. Yeah that is. That's what you wanna feel like when you go into a business situation. Yeah man why. Here's another good actionable resource for folks. Because i've obsessed over it before going into the program at alpha hippie with you is your podcast. Tell me about it. Because you have of interviews. But y'all s- in and i've been on there. That was like felt like the closest thing to joe. Rogan was nearly three hours. It was epic that was almost a year ago crazy. But your podcast. Has these like action. You know five eight minute long things that you can late nerd over but tell me about the podcast. How people can get it. You're and then we'll wrap up will die abo- on this all right joe so right now. I do three different types of shows. Joe you and i did a story kinda just were flowing getting to know each other front stoop and show. Yeah the second show. That i do. Is i take subject matter experts. That are really specific and geared towards something that is more men specific or relationship that words more about giving information the first is story the seconds information and then the third one is me guiding your teaching on a certain topic. Something that i feel really passionate about or through my work with men to something. That i'm i'm talking about you. Know an an experiencing For instance The show came out You know about Why you keep fighting with your wife and getting them now understand that your wife cares about what you say. Think say and you care about what your wife does so get on the same page with them because more than likely it's your way says what you say like well would you do. And then that's the descr that's the fusion. Like when i go out with my family my wife we get in the car. Whitegoods pissed about what someone said. I get pissed about.
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"And betterment of a person but it's in denying the animal or muting of the animal. They usually leads us down a path of poor identification. Which you guys could now imagine why everyone wants their own noun or whatever you call. It's because you just you're mis aligning your frequencies that's a whole nother damian. Jordan peterson. Talk about that one day guy. See what i'm saying. That's what's there's this gap What i i've read some. I think it's in the psychology of money of his minchin. This book that we're going through right now highly recommended by the way all credit to me dumps getting a great book but there was a line in there. And it's a pretty calm are you has been sent by their folks. Basically like being the average man or person is more noble than the one. That's trying to do everything or is just going with the motions of society or life. You know the social media gotta be there gotta be here but more of the average person. The way i'm i'm thinking about it in context of what you're saying and who you are. I think that was the thing that's intrigued me and still does of you. Angelo's our remember. I'm like you're you're so methodical with your movements and speech and you know i. It just seems like you like you mentioned earlier. You know you on the tv in your house but you know for certain occasions. You'll blow up the projector and go big with it. When conor mcgregor your boy is on you know but this it's almost like you've achieved this averageness and say that the best possible way ever where you're not affected by the global news. I know you just listen every local news. If even you know and every week i read the esi tax that's local but like i think that's the thing that's always intrigued me to you is every story you tell every movement breathing exercise you do like. I told you about this aching neck that i've had for literally over ten years ever since i've known basically i'm like i'm sure probably some energy in you know finally you're clearing that out. Thank you but you're just like. Oh yeah just do some of this you know. Put your neck over your ass. Basically and stuff leaning forward. Because you're probably doing that in your desk which i was and then like it was like two days later. I was like holy crap dude. Like there's just certain things like i never knew about my body and just positioning and breathing and slowing down and understanding language in energies. And it's kind of this poll to average or harmony. You know that it's so a lot of folks just are probably ignorant ignorant to but not aware of because of the noise of everything right now. Ignorance is misunderstood. ignorance is in a bad thing. Ignorant means you don't know what it is I make things right now. Everyone ignorance ignorance is just the absence of awareness outside of the news. Sc times yeah. You don't know what's happening. The county over coup. Here's the deal is awareness leads to choice an intention so i do things and make choices based off certain attentions that i have for myself. I've just because. I could slow down enough to be aware that i could have intention by what i'm doing. That's different to the action and responding so it may seem like i have so many things figured out. No i just been living the life of more awareness in tension of before some other people. I'm just grateful that i've had this time to a gift to reflect That's all i've done now. My choices are based off my own awareness and also too. I keep resorting back to this. I trust myself which means a great relationship with my instincts. I don't let my brain second gus me. I let my brain make the plants. My instincts are the first thing. And i have even if i make a bad choice. I do my best tobacco against my instincts for too long because it's important to develop a good relationship with our instincts just like our instincts is another word for our animals. Because they were here before our prefrontal cortex. We survived a long time without being sold reasoning and so intellectual. And all of this stuff. Let's all stop pretending like that. And or leading our party trick which is our reasoning as humans. That's what separates from our animals right. We had this prefrontal cortex they could imagine. Things create the ego create the boogeyman and create to hero yet. Oftentimes we to me. We use it in the wrong order. See people go. They might feel something but then they let their brain dark out now. I feel something. My heart inspires my brain conspires. And my you know what makes the fire puts me in action Yet oftentimes we might be inspired but then our brain does it work in our favor. It works against us or our minds work against us. And that's no different than you having an imaginary best friend or you have believing in the boogeyman choice. Though the same people they come the same way so either you could be scared or you could ever best buddy which you at all times am as good that the pinch point the the the the point of resistance is the mind man and it's like clear that up and then what's going to happen pretty cool shit. I think yes called an iphone. It's called a car. You've all these amazing cool things every breakthrough right. Could you just imagine. If steve jobs. Imagine the iphone thence gave himself all the reasons. Why would be stupid. again. This could be super cool and he just were. This could go. let's give it a try. And that's because he had a really good relationship with his instincts. See lon. Musk didn't know about how to build radka chips. He hired engineers to build rocket ships But he had a feeling about rocket ships and living on mars. Same thing about electric cars and now about neuro link so vending one out there wants to be a visionary do not allow the mind to put you into client. That's it give yourself a chance. Feel something and go. Whoa how can i do right or i. T's people when they come to san clemente. I the move here you go you say why clementi i see why not. That's right that's the thing. Why can't it be intrigue right by you. Know and that's what's really important is getting past. It's like little pebbles in our shoes. From the music we choose from power. Viewing the world. How we say it right. Our thoughts are words are actions actions at our outcomes which is different. We went a lot of place. I know so we really did. We took a lot of laps. This is jerry. Guys is just application wise kitten tune with the frequencies and then choosing the music Is a loan in itself will change your life huge amro that's-that's a call. That's a cool very easy thing. We can just flip on look for and just play lists. I'm sure we have them. Linked up in the show notes pursue already real benny. You don't just pick the song that remind you of your mother picture song that remind you of your best lover that will take you to your feelings..
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"Many people are out there pumping stuff into their head. That's changing their energy and their subconsciously. Doing that right so you can get in your car and put on the radio and now you're giving the control to somebody else's actually right. You know this whole like social dilemma thing. why not use it to your advantage. That's right they re though. I was doing this when i first started studying. Ano- p triggers right like neuro linguistic program. But now guys everyone knows the party trick right. I mean just so. If they're hijacking your wires. Why shouldn't you do it for you for the benefit of you share and now that we know from just listening to this show that there's too energetic frequencies the another way for energetic frequency that we all know is music which is an input right it could even be just. Sometimes i listen to just if i just wanna feel happy and let loose. I put on a fun house house music set and then all of all of a sudden i'm not in a funk anymore. Yeah if i want to bring myself down for a work session as you put on some Melodic techno kinda. Sasha ben bomer track comes into the what i'm about to read a take a little toot sqi draken espresso and before you know it. I'm reading things and flow to yeah last night myself in that same format works fabulously and so for me Be an energetic. Dj of your life. Because then you won't need to worry so much about what you're gonna say. I love the energetic. Dj that's that's like everyone can take that and run with it however relates to their lives. Right we've never had it so easy and actually do this. We have this available. Go on wherever you consume. Music and pick would frequency eh. One is called california soul. That's mine That for for the heart. And then i have alpha hippie life. Oh i'm just ready to go get him. Do you share that. Do you ever share any of you. Play this it's funny. Here's the deal. I wished want sharing them. But then people. I wouldn't know would add on and off. Yeah this is my intimacy. Don't you start in your own euless to but I'd soundcloud actually have if you follow. If you go on my soundcloud. I have the good shit. That's a bunch of good house. Music that i liked that his both happy and also sort of that work frequency and then i also under my name angels. His quite something called store. And it's the music i listen to when i'm trying to when i go take a sauna or what. I'm trying to go for a walk of deep contemplation. It's a low trouble frequency to get me into that. They've estate where i am more able to be a sort of that sub-conscious dreamworld and really think deeper more expensive about my life and things and so. Yeah dude i i really love it. I just encourage everyone finest song that remind you of your father. Find the song that reminds you of taking care of business. Funny funny thing about this. And i bring this up to my wife. Not many people know this. I've always wanted to be the person in movies that pick the songs like for scenes like there's just certain scenes in movies that i remember just Have you ever heard of a bronx tale. It's a hurt i. V wood chazz. Paul metairie robert deniro. Dark it's amazing but there's a big fight scene and what's playing in. The background is coming together. Like but you feel build one and one is three and then all of a sudden the fight breaks out and you're just you could feel that energy building to that right or guys if ghana flying out does it make you wanna run up to st. Throw some shadow boxer happen. Nothing will we're affected by this we. It's inside of us. 'cause like i said it gets passed the gatekeeper because their frequencies it's deeper than just that human mouse and that's why i love the music stuff because when you could use it intentionally you don't have to think so much. 'cause thinking is exhausting. Thinking get you in trouble. It just ruins it. You're in the experience. It feels like to your out of flow then right. So here's why we go back to identity alcoholism so you don't become a human doing because doing is exhausting. You become a human being. You be the thing and then you don't have to think so much you could trust yourself because over. Thinking is a strategy that we've created because we don't trust ourselves in our instincts and that's because we don't know what frequency really supposed to be in one. We don't understand the frequencies. Were not aware of them. We don't know which homer supposed to be in. We don't know how to get ourselves into rinse and repeat and so every day though the goal is to be in harmony with them. So when i wake up in the morning i go to access my masculine. I take care of business. That will my workdays done. I go be angelo. The guy that comes home cries on his front porch and makes his family dinner. I've become the topi- by become the fat buddha. Who won the good guy see when i'm connecting and cheering and lovey him. The fat buddha abundance but then when it comes time for business the fair buddha turns into me this other version of me. That's like you said. Matt some may find intimidating. That has nothing to do with me. That as do it someone else's lens of me all. I'm looking forward to respect and the big piece of chicken pompous hungry. Yeah like i said if you are not the predator once you get to that masculine part. You're the pray at the nature. Just place itself out boys. That's it we're just playing in nature that's all this is some glorified crazy nature that we've constructed ourselves. Yeah we don't want to admit there were animals dealers were animals. Yeah we sure are the sooner we integrate with that and the sooner that you we we could accept that and begin using our humanness. Our prefrontal cortex to develop a relationship with the animal. And so trying to deny that is the moment that you actually reach enlightenment..
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"Myself grace. I know that who i am. I believe in myself. I trust myself. I live with integrity. Because i know that. I'm gonna show up for me and the people that count on me and that i believe in the divide which is gratitude. That life is happening for me. So that i know that things in the short term. Even if they don't feel great they were really mad for me. We count alive wooden you lead of. That's bliss who's that's the thing too is sign about happiness. It's about bliss through two different things. Happy to me is a like kinda go. I'm happy you know. And then i could be said and i get that but we really want us a life of bliss just serenity seth as more of a flow state related. Yeah i'm blissful sure you're not to happy you're not too sad. You're wearing either imposter. Yeah i was actually reading a book that just this weekend that was referring to that is just feeling content. People say they want to be happy but really what they're looking for us they just want to be content they not too happy not just kind of baseline contentment. Because but then he yeah with any spike and craziness or whatever there's always a trailing off period. I mean there's always a finding center unbalance ish. It's never gonna be there but that's why we can be content throughout the whole thing. Yeah and that's what we can control some might as well take. Hold of it deuce. Navigate the the wildness or whatever. The world gives us. Yeah yeah i feel like when we were when we were up at your place a couple of weeks ago And we were driving back and joan kind of debriefing on the drive home. Because you know it's about hour and a half driver. Whatever one of the comments that i made to joe is. It's interesting because when i'm in your presence. I feel like there's there's something about you that's both intimidating but also inviting and welcoming like i. I didn't have any discomfort by about like i could ask you anything and you would. You would love to tell me a story about that thing but there's also this there was also this sort of like you're you're someone to be respected and slightly intimidated by also very welcoming and to me that felt like that feminine masculine energy just like manifested right there in front of me like that is who you are and i feel like that's something that you kind of methodically created. It's it it sounds like what you're telling me. This was an identity that you've built over time was to create this identity of somebody. That's that that is respected by others but also very welcomed by others that people feel comfortable but also slightly intimidated by that kind of like the the design that you created for yourself as really interesting. You've done the the story work my story. If you will is a divide masculine. Once i learned to love it and so it really worked out well and so for you met the first thing i encourage you to do is live a life that nothing intimidate you. You're intrigued so no mana timid me. I'm a tree by a lot of fun so intriguing like you know how excitement and nervous are really the same. Feeling they really are was the difference. Your lens Right so why would anyone intimidate you. You are a beautiful successful man. That has a lot to offer many cool party tricks your open enough to blow some bags your your study your courageous the no man should intimidate you. They might intrigue you neither timid eight interesting. I like that respect and for me as a man what really separates a man from a boy is. I don't care if people like me. I give a fuck if people respect me. Treat me what respect you who go home and light voodoo dolls and throw darts at pictures of me. I'll sleep just fine. When you're in my presence you better respect me kazama man and i know i paid the price to be one and that to me is really important and then being able to be comfortable inside of my heart allows me to be welcoming and warm with others and so i'm happy to be a host and connect because i host and connect my heart and so that's you're you're you're really accurate with mad as i've learned to harmonize my frequencies enough and also be okay with being in one versus the other and knowing more intentionally now than ever when i need to be in one energy versus the other see a lot of people. I is understanding the energy to doing the work. He'll therefore access the energy and then number three is the skill of knowing which where you're at in your life and which one should you be a little bit more of because it's not about being inbounds it's and being in harmony. I'll share this because this is a business a business show so in business. There's three stages in an enterprise sharing thurs connecting the underselling. Thurs making the deal. The first two are feminine. The last one is masculine So when i share my message. I share it with beauty and art and love. Which is marketing back. Then i advertise and connect to those that. Like the sound of my message. So if you like what. I'm sharing. I'm going to advertise with you and or connect deeper with you because you already raised your hand that this interest you. You perked up. But then when it gets down to the x.'s. And o.'s of business. My feelings will be muted because it has nothing to do with feelings at that point. Because now i'm a hunter making sure that my business and my family eats and if there's an antelope a crowd van elopes and one of them has a broken leg. I guess it see-seekonk today boys. And i don't feel bad about taking that broken leg one and give him myself easy day and that's business While simple legal struggle with sales for instance like that and it's because they might be in the same mindset of that first day they found someone connected with someone conversations and then yeah and then the point comes where they might get a new from or not right now you know and oh god. They didn't like it. I'm not good at this man. Maybe on price in this way too high and then no. It's that's the wrong approach in. We've had people on sales folks on this show talk about the hunt near the hunter and a mediator. And it's like you got. It's almost like you're you. You've trained your mind to then flip into this mindset because that's not always how these folks it's like a ufc fighter. It's like you know some of the nicest people in the world. We both know some and they get in the ring. Fucking animal east. Tear your face off clearly watching. Ufc fighters deescalate situation drew up a couple of weeks ago. Right right. yeah but it's no big deal but you see that's what most people do try to do business. Is they try to do all three once. And that's really why they struggle or they're unaware of what frequency. They should be bringing at that moment. So how'd you like. Are there some obvious ones. And let's say business or you know common things you come across wear. Maybe we should be able to identify these a little clearer than they are. Yeah real simple. I two things anyone. That doesn't know what i mean. Watch that scene. And tommy boy when he's talking about pretty little pot that is literally what he means. Littlehey pretty little okay freaks out the first two when you are in your feminine. There is no desired outcome. The feminine is a feeling when you get to the masculine. You either made the sale. Didn't you either brought the food home or you didn't is more binary then right matt. Okay so when you get to the deal it's very binary so when you go share your message when you're looking at your mercuty it's hot as my marketing feel and then if you want to look at the results to make sure your feelings are aligned..
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"You guys get it. That's the that's the. That's the the real work of of that that this twelve weeks and designed incredibly Intentionally to to really get that flowing through pimple widely to break down a few of the elements to that would go over with people in in some of the weeks but like right in the very beginning this some of exercise. We've already done. But i want to hear it from from your words and your perspective. What's a what some ways people can identify the words. The thoughts the stories that they're currently telling himself that are no longer serving them. Awareness is the starting line to the divine awareness is the starting line to the divine inside of all of us. I it's abou becoming a witness to your life and not just living your life and that may sound relatively simple in theory and an it really is when you break down but oftentimes. That's usually where people are. Struggle is are you paying attention on what you're doing or what i'm doing or anyone you know for yourselves. To the point where you are not reacting to life you are responding to it and because responding requires you to actually think about what you're doing and actually seeing yourself doing it when we react to life it's based on programming earn iowa's system that we may not have majority of people did not put their did not choose for it to be there and no wonder their outcomes in life is not what they really decided to be and they've read every single book on planet earth on how to be better but that's only for their conscious brain. They haven't gotten to the real gatekeeper. Which is your subconscious stories. Which are the ones that are shaped from zero to seven You have me thinking more of like the language side of things now because there's a his kind of bouncing around but this is like where it came up like the whole masculine feminine at feminine energy but the way that are maybe their stories there. There's a specific language where that pops up and it seems to be tied to some your. Maybe how we're presenting ourselves in the way that we act in our lives you know through business. The way that our motivations are could be rooted in kind of like this previous trauma or this story that we have from childhood that we have no clue about that kind of curious to explore thoughts around that and how it relates to this process. We went through as well. Great energy dynamics one. Oh one just for anyone. that's listening. There's two major frequencies in the world is has nothing to do. You have in your pants. This is not a gender specific thing. There's this is why. I'm really writing the book as well because saying feminine and masculine puts people into a story too far back that i'm just like i got explain this to you again. Scared to use the terms like that. Right until literally the booker writing right now. The fifth be code is all about re creating names for this as well. I teach it. And then i go. This is what we're calling it and this is what we're calling it and this is where i encourage you to call it from now on because too much windows and closed. Go up when i go you know matt. You need to have more feminine. You would i mean lipstick drag. Just goes into a place where right now if i told my dad dad. Listen man you need to really have more access to your feminine energy. Go i give you this fragmenting fingers right now. He just doesn't views. But these dynamics are inside of all of us. The more denial of one Lease you dominant and the other. And i'm willing to bet that is anyone actually has some sort of suffering. They diagnosed it with different things yet. An imbalance service miss harmony and anyone is really the result. A real source of what traumas so feminine. Energy is the south and also a nurturing warm energy though we all must be able to give ourselves access your heart per se. Masculine energy is a advancing more action taking and also to the the seat of integrity. And or trusting yourself. She could see when you really break it down if you can't give yourself grace which is loving acceptance which is for me the ultimate feminine feminine. And you can't trust yourself which i call integrity which is trust. Plus you know just knowing who you are right like that is a Integrity do what i say. I'm gonna do. I know that if i'm backed up against the corner. I'm the person that i want in that corner. I'm the one that wants the ball. Ten seconds to go in my life. Don't dish it to someone else. I got the shot because when you feel that way when you can accept yourself you could lead to loving yourself. The removing of judging yourself compassion forgiveness and then moves you into gratitude. Then you shift into that. Masculine side were then. We'll couldn't you do if you loved yourself. You give yourself compassion and then you trust yourself that you can advance and then there's of the divine which is gratitude. Faith that life is happening for you not to you. That's why i call it the gig triangle. Once you know the gig triangle will couldn't you. Do i love i fully love and accept myself from my past who i am and when i'm imperfect i.
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"Really else. Can you get chicken nuggets and are really good. Expresso challenge anyone. Damn that's good. that's good. Go visit the pope sistine chapel. Same day the twenty piece you know doing the cross kissing up there looking around your feeling. Great literally you're there dude. You know so finding those stories. That's where i was going to go so we met. And i recently completed partier alpha hippie training which we have talked about. This is the man in charge and i feel like that was exercise. And you totally correct me but like it was this breakthrough portion of your program and it seemed like that was searching for the stories. These repeating things i get stuck in whatever circumstance in life in that was our process that you guys walked us through to not only identify them but get really comfortable with them acknowledged them be grateful for them and then finally onum and move on you know but at least you know now know the stories are so. That's what i want to dig in a little bit. So these thoughts that were all walking around with Tell me about that. So maybe it's that process of was kind of. Can you walk us through kind of what that looks like how to identify where to go. First of all congratulations on moving. Through that i face shown the first phase is the hardest face really because what we're doing is is. We're removing the weeds of your garden. Which are the stories that are misunderstood because the six year old is still telling the story. Ain't that the truth and were hearing it from a six year. Olds point of view would lacking any understanding any empathy and the true context of what's going on in life yet as thirty six year olds forty six year olds. It's how were actually living our lives for most people and so the first four weeks is about taking out the weeds and then the second eight weeks is about now deciding as adults. What stories what would what do we want him plant in the garden and then the second four weeks is me guiding you to become the person. That is the gardner of your life. And that's the identity. Alcoholism shift because the thoughts in the words then the actions and then the habits. That's that whole program walked through his. I i need to take out the weeds then now that the weeds are gone. Who you really wanna be which the outcome and then all right. So that's what we're going for. How would that person think. How would that person speak. Would that person do. And what would they do repetitively. And then we design that together right. Then send you on your way and hope that you love me. One day you become real rich and leave a bushel of fifties outside my door..
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"Quite often lately. Other episodes listening to the podcast is heard your name come up on probably the last three or four episodes. That's right mr alpha hippie himself angelou cisco's in the house. Ooh the might there. It is. yeah so you. Two years. Three years ago we've had gone. I don't know how long has it been. do you remember i had. Yeah but it's been a couple of years since you're on the show and we'll make sure we link up in the show notes so anybody who wants to hear your backstory and you know how you got to wear you are. We did talk about it in the last episode. But i know more to the story. Since then and i think that's what we're going to get into things have changed. You're now just right up the road from us. He's chicago when we chatted last all these epic whiteboards everywhere. I think your condo or something you're committing down. The apartment to my living was all white board. Only had their first meeting even about air across it and evergreen just like writing on the walls new shirt on a hot frigging chicago day. Only who's just writing on all of his wall. It looked like i don't know what to call it but it was crazy. I've never seen anything like it. Actually what brought you to. I want to say san diego but its sink clemente where you're at so cal cal. That's right. what what brought you here. What's the change. Looked like since chicago to now. I know it's been a year since you've been here. Yeah so what really brought me here. Originally was a lot of my transformational work and myself discovery work. That's where i. I y i ventured and in the southern california and then i was an incident. Nita's and coming back and forth through here and A friend of mine. Marcus who lives in in the area. I would come visit him around san clemente there. Something about san clemente to me. That has such a nostalgia of bob. Some people love novelty. Which i imagined you know i do too but i'm a sucker for nostalgia. What kind of nostalgia. We talking like. A nineteen sixties. America like early sixty soccer when the debate was who is going to be the president kennedy or nixon but no one was mad about either one like right like that type of era where it was cool to be american. The nuclear family was the thing. I you know you all of that. I'd love the idea of that. You know in my house you know. That was a really big part of my upbringing. Like my mother grew up eighteen fifty four year. My parents were born. So that early sixties. My mother still knows where she was today. Kennedy got shot. You don't just all of that was in my life. My mother grew up and beatles mania right like these amazing times. My dad was the rebels so he liked the rolling stone. More you dislike these were the discussions at the times. You know and When damore hung out around saint commend the neighborhood itself like near the beach. It looks in feels that way and felt that way and When rocio and i had our son santiago twenty thirteen or twenty nineteenth used me. I really started looking at you. Know what we wanted life to be like for us and worse where we were living right now where we would want to raise our son even though that we were raised there. Is that really where we wanted to raise a child. We really didn't love being in that energy the the vibration of chicago and also to the lack of nature and environment as jerry. I really believe the environment is much shaped by how lack of nature vitamin d. And all of that vibe is. it's not as welcoming to me as it. Once was many many years ago. And i really believe it's because of this lack of being in nature and lack of all that stuff and so we decided in twenty nineteen that we were going to move to san clemente and February i started inviting everyone. I knew that was gonna be to a fourth of july party. We told our our family. I cooked everyone a christmas dinner. Both sides of our family eighteen people. Before you one left i go. Hey guys real quick eh announcement to make me and rose thrust argo. We're moving to california in the summer like there were like. I'm like yes you guys and then do twenty twenty game and day when a year to be here. Twenty twenty showed everyone but they were really prepared. For as far as depth of chaos. Like your chaos tolerance fisher and for me someone that has been such a practitioner of going deep into myself and to my discomforts and fears to me. It was when i got to show everyone. This is why been sitting around timing. My breathing and like it was almost my show out year. That's what i felt like. I was like. I've been waiting for this. This is one i. This is what i separate myself from. Other people not fall with other people. This is all. Have you guys ever heard the song I need a hero by bonnie tyler. It's one in footloose. I'm doing that tractor. Chicken showdown uh-huh the opening line is where have all the good men gone. And where are all the gods. Where's the street. Wise hercules to fight the rise in us and i would listen to that every day of that locked down and i go on of streetwise hercules. Here i go and just like all shore up their way that tie really spelled myself into believing and continuing to believe in it and something that you guys alluded to earlier about the identity alchemy is. That's who i saw myself fast. Not the guy that was. I'm the streetwise. Hercules to fight the rise in these people the chaos in these people. I'm not meant to fall into their chaos harmonize here. I go babe and my best shot. And that's what really led us through being here the last year and now that we're here year i feel i've never felt like the first year boys giving out here was the big left. Then i spent most as twenty twenty and then into this early part of this year in my own chaos trying to figure out what it was like to be out here and frankly live this california lifestyle that i really didn't know yeah like visiting it is one thing but living in his own other idea has also that's an. It's been a cool time getting to know you further man and both of us you know. We've we've started. We just hung out not too long ago. A couple of weeks ago up there had a cool afternoon brainstorm and business stuff but it's cool to kinda bring reminds together now and i. It's obvious hanging around you canada's different different approach you have a different perspective of almost everything it seems like there's always a great story attached to it that anchors that thing and you're like oh damn i've never thought about it that way on on that point i'm actually kind of curious but the the storytelling is that like is that something that you developed over time or do you think that's something that's just kind of always neatly been in you great question yet. I grew up roman. The knew how the chew too fat.
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"That talked about how they thought And these are some of some of that blue checkmark somewhere actually verified accounts that they said that God got the wrong Trump and Donald Trump should have died instead of his Western. Here's. Here's what you're doing that that's how messed up OK, so let me Here's what you're doing. Democratic Party is right now, but that that lands one of the main reasons why Donald Trump is going to win at least 35 states in November, by the way, something that you didn't mention eyes that Joe Biden also right. He did if I could just finish getting chance, Okay, but let me just finish. Okay? Biden wrote a nice note to trump about his brother. Ah, you know, I don't think we should be tying Joe Biden to somebody. So did Steve Sisco. Somebody's okay? And I appreciate those Republicans think Democrats are pedophiles. Do you know how many people on social media that I've seen that have called Joe Biden a pedophile? There are a lot of people on the right to do the exact same thing. So let's not paint the picture that it's only Democrats that air crazies because that is that I'm sorry. I just think that's crazy. 7022575396 is the number to call. Let's go to James James is next on the Vegas. Take James, What's going on here? What's up, James? Hello goes, Um, I think you need to get Leo to railed on the show. And he will tell you it has been on the show. We need to get him on the show. Right now. He'll tell you exactly how black people in California Phil about come out here. He's a He's a great He will tell you exactly about how they feel about black people until Leo Terrell does not speak for all black people, James and neither do you. Sadly, I want Every time I'm a black man, you're not black, Brian. So what? I'm a 51. So what? You're not going to kill me so because you're black, you speak for all black. But because you're black. You speak for all black people are not you are the same person who called into the show and said people are gonna vote for Joe Biden because Camilla Harris wearing a white person, you're that's That's his opinion based on conversations. He's having people he knows. Yeah, just because you're black and Bryant and bright his opinion. Obviously, he's had more conversations. With with those who are African American who would be offended by that than you have. Okay, so he's a cigarette opinion, actually. So let's let James has a larger sample size than you or James. You're the person who called into this show with all due respect, and said that you think people are not going to vote for Joe Biden. Because excuse, mate You're not letting me finish because Camilla Harris married somebody who's white. That was an idiotic, racist statement that you made and make no mistake about just because the color of your skin is black doesn't mean you're always right. Nom Ronald James. The question is why did you make that statement? Where did that statement come from? Because he's a racist. That's why no, James is not a race. What he's saying is that people that he knows our races, right? Yeah, I'm sure that's 20 minutes. Absolutely. I can't wait. I'm married to a white woman. So what do you feel about that? I know people that know what How do I feel about that? Good for you? I don't care if you marry and a rang a tang Shae, two shades. Merry squirrel. For all I care. It doesn't make your opinion more valid in mind that that's beast. That's bestiality! Come on, James. I don't care who you married. This is one up, said That's what I said in the state on And this is reality. If Barack Obama If Michelle Obama was white, he would have not gotten of support from the black community that OK, well, James, you're entitled to your opinion, but we're entitled to your opinion. But I much okay right. Quite right. Mama would not alright. How does your wife even talked to you? What? That when you talk like that? I mean, it's just It's unbelievable The way you see things, you know, when people say you only see things black and white. They were talking about you, James when they said that seven. How do you say that? To someone who actually has a Caucasian wife? It doesn't matter. Just because they have occasion while doesn't mean they're right. In his interpretation. He believes that there is and I believe his interpretations idiotic. There's African Americans out there who are very, very racist against Other after other women of color or men of color is what I think. You decide to get involved in the inter racial marriage is what I think think that he's is stupid and racist patient despite the fact that he's married to a Caucasian woman itself, let me answer that himself. Let me answer that. Okay, Here's what I think people that I talked to the African Americans that I talk, Okay. And by the way, I know some of whom are Republican. They never bring that up to me. They never bring up the fact that because Camilla Harris married a white person and let me just finish if I could just finish hooker. They never bring up the fact that because Camilla Harris married a white person that people aren't gonna vote just because this guy thinks that way doesn't mean that other is he. He thinks that way. He won't admit that. But he thinks that way. Just because he thinks that way doesn't mean the majority of other African Americans think the same way. If he thought that way. Why would he himself be involved in an interracial marriage? I believe that is his political way of thinking that he has a problem with comm. Ella Harris. We're grasping at straws believes that I believe that the African American you had this conversation a lead that he has a problem with comm Ella Harris because she married somebody white and that makes him an idiot. 7022575396 go to Tina. Tina, You're next on the Vegas Take what's going on. Hi. Hi. I don't want to yell at me because I know you get carried away sometimes. You know, I don't get carried away. Never guy. But anyway, my name is Brian Shapiro of 16 Times. You asked who I am? I'm 6 ft, tall and very lavish looking. I'm bald. I'm sending you have a girlfriend, But now I don't think I did it. Tina, I'm you're wrong, Tina. I'm so upset the other day, Right? I know. I broke up with my girlfriend. I cut it off. What happened? What is it about politics now?.
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"Believe Albert or Al Dirt of reach. And he mentioned that you have to treat terrorism separately or questioning Tara separately or differently than a criminal because a criminal. You're trying to find out what they did a terrorist. You're trying to find out what their intentions are what they're about to do. How did you? go about that different focus so actually he's amazing and I do I study a lot of his work or read a lot of work I would disagree with that one statement, though because I also trained all law enforcement, and I have interviewed, slash interrogated whenever turn you WANNA use it really the saying criminals and suspects and the intention objective is exactly the. number one. I want information from you I. Want Your motivations and intent so when I train law enforcement I'm trying to get them out of the mindset that they just WanNa Confession. You don't want to do that, so in my day class. The focus is to be more strategic nature to find out intent motivations than the foulon acts or people coming in to replace you know other people, and you really look at Taras versus members exactly the same, the Camaraderie, the Exactly. There's no difference other than culture. What's interesting you you said? Was that interrogation? Are you sitting another term? Dick can be the same. But I and I talked to. Greg Hartley about this, too I believe I consider interrogation to be a form negotiation. yeah I could see that the only difference is you have a smaller window things you're selling. Yes I. Think I saw T- in a change of sell an extra blankets, an awesome, the fact of just owning up to being a human being and taking responsibility for your actions at the end of the debt I like to help people. When I talked to him like don't be a coward. If you did what you did, then own up to it. You don't have the zone white. Whatever word you use, if you don't have the courage to sit here and be responsible for your actions, that's what makes you look really that that's what you should be ashamed go..
"sisco" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"In the in the bay area it's the home of the Sam Sisco foreigners for example they found that the number of people infected with the corona virus in Santa Clara county is fifty to eighty five times what has been reported by the official CDC numbers task force numbers and all that fifty to eighty five times the death rate stayed static the number of people have died as the number of people have died the task force numbers of people affected like a thousand of two thousand five whatever was a factor of fifty to eighty five times higher brought the death rate the mortality rate from corona virus down from two to four percent to zero point one percent which puts it on par with the flow or maybe less next U. S. C. the university of spoiled children in southern California they did their own survey a Los Angeles county they found the same thing the number of infected people in Los Angeles county is fifty five times higher than the task force numbers once again reducing the mortality rate has a death rate is what it is the death rate the number of people have died stays the number of people affected is a wild guess because we don't have we can't test everybody's on their number of people affected is essentially number people have reported it but there's all kinds of people get this disease and never know they've got it that's called a symptomatic they're running around with it but it doesn't affect them they can spread it they are contagious so this is actually an antibody test so in LA county and Santa Clara county they have found that the mortality rate is around zero point one percent these two studies have come under attack because there's all kinds of money and there's all kinds are reputations attached to the task force numbers yes interesting that the governor of California well there's one other aspect California they have discovered that the first cal a corona virus death in California are currently in February March like months before if I thought the first death occurred which lends credence to the fact that the disease has been in California longer than anybody knew so governor Newsom has ordered autopsies back to December to find out how long the corona virus has been in the state he's ordered medical examiners and coroners across the state of California to review or tops he's dating back to December to help guide a deeper understanding of when this pandemic really started impact Californians now this is important to now we hope we can trust whatever results we get from this but keep in mind both of the reported infection rate and the number of deaths and thus the percentage in California you want below New York way below New York California forty million people they have people traveling from China I am leaving for China I mean I think and it reports can I can get China five thousand people a day going back and forth what with the Chinese lunar new year celebrations and all so their numbers are way below New York and you know what the official explanation is the official explanation as well New York got a head start a California got a head start on on social distancing how can I have a head start well they they they started three days before you're telling me that this massive difference in the infection rate death rate in California because I got a three day head start over New York and social distancing sorry folks doesn't flight now a preliminary study in New York suggest that thirteen percent of New York state residents have contracted the coronavirus if these results are borne out by further studies it would indicate that the prevalence of corona virus is much more widespread than previously believed end of March last deadly as of Thursday that would be today there have been two hundred sixty thousand confirmed cases in New York one hundred forty seven thousand of them in New York City so I guess the models predicting the prevalence of the virus in New York City were wrong again two hundred and sixty thousand confirmed cases in New York as of today this study that has studied antibodies suggest up to two point seven million new Yorkers have been infected that's thirteen percent of New York state governor Cuomo announced the results at the end his I'm governor and your not press briefing today Cuomo pointed out that according to the results about one in five people in New York City alone have corona virus antibodies as one point seven million residents indicating that these people had either come down sick with corona virus and not realize it or have any symptomatic cases we don't know how we have no idea but wait a minute governor you just said that the disease is death and now you're telling us that one point seven million residents haven't didn't know they had it or didn't suffer greatly from it the survey was conducted at pop up clinics outside supermarkets across the state there were three thousand protests on same number in Santa Clara county this is the first state wide everybody test completed in the way of order so it's not clear if the survey results present a full picture of the situation however if the results are borne out by further studies it would indicate that the prevalence of corona virus is much more widespread than anybody previously believed including doctor found G. the survey indicates a vast majority of the state's cases are concentrated in New York City Long Island Westchester and Rockland counties upstate New York has relatively few cases and just says it is news comes after Santa Clara California announced the first death from corona virus in the state was on February sixth three weeks earlier then first reported these are of a famous antibody tests what these tests do is determine whether somebody has had the virus see what happens is I gotta give a very simple explanation yesterday you get coronavirus and you will have the end of your your your body develops antibodies to it in some people's cases those antibodies are enough to fight it off either the symptoms are very slight or you don't feel any at all you never know you've had it and you might think if it doesn't affect you badly that you just had a cold or some kind of a strange flow in the meantime the antibodies present enemy already so the next time the virus enters your body it dies it's killed by the antibodies now what people don't know is for how long does that circumstance last how long have the antibodies active six months one month a year nobody knows yet but what we are finding out is that there are far far more people in this country who have been infected by corona virus and don't even know what either they were a symptomatic or their symptoms were such that it wasn't worth going to the clinic or the hospital maybe a call the doctor I got a little flu stuff you know whatever it was but it didn't present in any way like an emergency and they didn't think anything of it and I've got people California that I know who tell me they thought they had this in December something they've never experienced before it didn't keep him down they were able to go to work but it was it was so it was something strange that just chalk it up to the flu some people have had bad some people barely had anything but they are now convinced that they had it this is back in December is white governor is wanting to re do autopsies from back then so in addition to the antibody presence killing the virus when it enters the body with antibodies this is also dramatically lowering the actual mortality rate Santa Clara and LA county zero point one percent that's right on par with the number of people by the flu every year so three states want to states in three different reports to in California one in New York I S. mice present pants what's your reaction with the test for surely sees these things they see the surveys they see these studies and he said they will get him there a study factor the men the things that that they're doing calculations that they're making bottom line is that there is a if you call this well because it is you can call us a version of of her new immunity that's exactly what herd immunity is is people getting the virus coming down with it ninety eight percent of the people recover from it they develop an immunity that herd immunity and you can get it by getting the virus you don't get it by not getting it you don't get it by staying at home sequestering social distancing us not how immunity happens you're not building up immunity by staying home you're not doing one thing other than not exposing yourself to people it might happen but you're not building up any immunity anyway I thought but these numbers just continue until give me optimism at some point they're going to have to be acknowledged Dr Scott W. atlas is an opinion contributor the hill dot com has a piece today the data is here and stop this panic and end the total isolation he writes the tragedy the cover nineteen pandemic appears to be entering the containment face tens of thousands of Americans have died Americans are not desperate for sensible policy makers who have the courage to ignore the panic rely on facts leaders have to examine accumulated data to see what has actually happened rather than keep emphasizing hypothetical projections meaning the models need to combine that evidence that empirical evidence with fundamental principles of biology and then thoughtfully restored this country to function here are five key facts that are being ignored by those calling for a continuation of this near total lock now number one the overwhelming majority of people do not have any significant risk of dying from covert nineteen governor and your not Andrew Cuomo the virus the virus no it's not Stanford University survey Los Angeles U. S. C. survey number two protecting older at risk people eliminates hospital overcrowding number three vital population immunity is prevented by total isolation I just said you're not building up any immunity by sequestering by quarantine you're not building up an immunity to anything by avoiding people you're only delaying at some point they're gonna let you loose we think it's only then that you're going to encounter that let's say you if you've been behaving and you have then sequestering and you've been practicing social distancing you're hiding you're hiding but you're not building up immunity in the process fact number four people are dying because other medical care is not getting done because of these hypothetical projections meaning people with cardiovascular diseases or other things are not being treated because the hospital beds are keeping open for covert nineteen patients which are not showing up thanks five we have a clearly defined population at risk who can be protected when target measures the elderly the pre existing condition crowd people diabetes heart disease we know who the at risk groups are and we can sequester them so there is a rising tide now a pressure to get the economy over and grab somebody number four I don't believe this is a media montage from this morning of a bunch of people talking about the need to get back to work across Republicans everybody wants to go back to where we were everybody wants to get this country very often everybody wants to get back to work everybody wants to get back to work everybody wants to get out of this nobody wants to be out of work everybody wants the economy back open we all want to see the economy opened everybody does everybody wants to get back to work but you really have to be careful okay Paul Romer he is the former World Bank chief economist there we had data bash in there Kathleen Sebelius F. Chuck Todd will be Goldberg John Kerry who served in Vietnam and Maria Bartiromo I'm sorry some of these people do not want to re open Chuck Todd is one of the data bash is another there were reveling in the fact that this economic collapse is hurting trump I don't see where is this pressure to read this I don't see it that's my whole complaint believe me if there was a massive push to be re opened we would be re opened.
"sisco" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Markstein information I sit at the top of the show reference this thing said Fred Sisco Sisco did everyone to shelter in place I said why do you think that is B. because it's a famously gate town I'm now media matters is done the usual yes they these pajama boys who just paid to listen to this show every day until they find something that they can run shrieking around making a big fuss about so the pajama boy in residence at media matters today is this written up this thing that I've said that San Francisco is facing this kind of it nineteen shut down because it's a big gate town it's it's in fact I believe it's called the highest the largest L. G. B. T. quality population of any a metropolitan area in the country which is the reason I made that point and that and that's unnecessarily raises certain health questions when you have caught a virus that afflicts people with immuno deficiencies about this guy okay so you know what exactly is wrong with pointing that out San Francisco's reacted to the to the actual situation in its town for the reason I stated and now you wanna you know I don't even care you could end my career you could get me off the yeah I wouldn't even tell I'd rather I'd rather never go on radio television stage anywhere ever again then then live the lives you politically correct name come poops want to force people to live even at a time of such so called crisis when you think of it maybe stating what is the reality of the situation why San Francisco's health concerns that other towns in honor of to the same degree when NBC news things that the president referring to it as a Chinese via this is the most well you guys it's not important anymore this thing that's coming towards us the Chinese virus is important how we react to it is important or installed but you know I was Marco Rubio said all this stuff is just trivia trivia trivia trivia I'm in the world whatever emerges from the swamp I don't want any of this rubbish again I don't wanna live I don't want to leave at least by your crap I don't want to live in the shriveled terms of public discourse that you prophetic food right nothing's wrong men paid to listen to host they despise all day long you know for thirty Bucks a day whatever you pajama boys get I couldn't care less couldn't care less it's so thick this certain prophetic no one will ever be able I had I made the point where the Chinese had faked the mayor of Florence into doing is hug a Chinese retain all just to offend you media matters little pajama boys again the how the Funkychinaman reaching I'm they had faked him into doing that because when it became way when it came to a choice between being politically correct all actually prudent and governing in the interests of its citizens he got head faked into being politically correct quickly let's take David from Jacksonville Florida David what's on your mind today Hey good afternoon market on a mobile job I wanted to just say one thing about the surgical masks required in Nevada brothels must be welcome news for clients like Bill Clinton and Sanders who wanted desire some levels and yes this is true when you go to the shady pada tablet head down and whatever is said to cool about this sort of thing news alerts to yeah Hey look up I remember the Churchill quote about a lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on you might want your Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney whose yep mother had medical tests were delayed for months and months and ultimately word of the prime minister of former prime minister candidate have to go he brought her to the U. S. yeah that's one of those life medicine country not anyplace ought to the US this is a prime minister yeah I I know it'll be it won't be a socialist country that comes up with a solution for this five to be the U. S. I went in the shop alosi down with this fact yeah that's that's that's very that's very true and you in in a sense what's happening in Canada at the moment thank you for your cold and we have to run the basically what has happened that is Justin Trudeau's sap that denying reality and then suddenly yesterday decided oh oh my god it's happening either to see what trump is done and done it to enter into months later prophetic mark sign for us we'll close it out in a moment you were listening to the EIB network ninety five point five news read the explosive new thriller by New York times bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg read the Jerusalem assassin the American president announces his historic Middle East peace plan a secret alliances hatching an evil plan to stop him and one man's CIA operative Marcus Ryker is on the hunt for their Jerusalem assassin is it time for an historic reconciliation or is this.
"sisco" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Markstein information I said at the top of the show reference this thing said Fred Sisco Sisco did everyone to shelter in place I said why do you think that is because it's a famously gate town and now media matters system the usual yes they these pajama boys who just paid to listen to this show every day until they find something that they can run shrieking around making a big fuss about so the pajama boy in residence at media matters today is this written up this thing that I've said that San Francisco is facing this kind of it nineteen shut down because it's a big gate town it's it's in fact I believe it's called the highest the largest L. G. B. T. quite the population of any a metropolitan area in the country which is the reason I made that point and that and that's unnecessarily raises certain health questions when you have caught a virus that afflicts people with immuno deficiencies about this guy okay so now you know what exactly is wrong with pointing that out San Francisco's reacted to the to the actual situation in its town for the reason I stated and now you are you know I don't even care you could end my career you could get me off the yeah I wouldn't even tell I'd rather I'd rather never go on radio television stage anywhere ever again then then live the lives you politically correct name come poops want to force people to live even at a time of such so called crisis when you think of it maybe stating what is the reality of the situation why San Francisco's health concerns that other towns in honor of to the same degree when NBC news things that the president referring to it as a Chinese virus is the most well you guys it's not important anymore thank you but it's coming towards us the Chinese virus is important how we react to it is important or installed but you know I was Marco Rubio said all this stuff is just trivia trivia trivia trivia and in the world whatever emerges from the swamp I don't want any of this rubbish again I don't wanna live I don't want to leave police by your crap I don't want to live in the shriveled terms of public discourse that you said it fired right nothing's wrong men paid to listen to host they despised all day long you know for thirty Bucks a day whatever you pajama boys get I couldn't care less couldn't care less it's so thick this sympathetic no one will ever be able I had I made the point where the Chinese had faked the mayor of Florence into doing is hug a Chinese retain all just to offend you media matters little pajama boys again the Haga Funkychinaman reaching I'm they had faked him into doing that because when it became way when it came to a choice between being politically correct all actually prudent and governing in the interests of its citizens he got head faked into being politically correct quickly let's take David from Jacksonville Florida David what's on your mind today Hey good afternoon mark you're going to have mobile job I wanted to just say one thing about the surgical masks required in Nevada brothels must be welcome news for clients like Bill Clinton and Sanders who want to desire some levels and it's the strip when you go to the shady pada tablet head down and whatever said she pulled out the sword news alerts to yeah Hey look up I remember the Churchill quote about a lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on you might want your Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney who see yep mother had medical tests were delayed for months and months and ultimately where did the prime minister of former prime minister candidate have to go he brought her to the U. S. yeah that's one of those life medicine country not anyplace ought to the US this is a prime minister yeah I I know it'll be it won't be a socialist country that comes up with a solution for this fire still be the U. S. I went in the shop alosi down with this fact yeah that's that's that's very that's very true and you in in a sense what's happening in Canada at the moment thank you for your whole day we have to run the basically what has happened that is Justin Trudeau's sap that denying reality and then suddenly yesterday decided oh oh my god it's happening I'm gonna see what trump is done and done it to enter into months later prophetic mark sign for us we'll close it out in a moment you were listening to the EIB network read.
Minnesota Twins upset Chance Sisco of Baltimore Orioles bunted vs. shift in 9th
"Seven oh some of the twins were vocal about it afterward saying the chance cisco asked to learn how to play the game the right way i gotta tell you i'm so tired of that line of thought my feeling is is that the in that moment jose barea is the twins are trying to do everything they could to get him out and if that's how he you know she's not pretending to reach base why not what do you think well i didn't have a major problem with this and i'm tired of the whole unwritten rules thing to i've written a story many times just don't do that lately game when you're that far behind but i'm sorry the shifting has changed everything you gotta put your out to simply can't hit and they leave that area over for you shame on them for for shipping in that situation but i know that i understand unwritten rule say you don't want that late when you're that far behind the shipping is changed things for me so i don't have a problem with it i understand the unprofessional part of it i guess what i do you right real trying to throw shut out you're trying to feed him trying to get trying to do whatever it takes is they're going to give you that area they're allowed to take it if there's an understanding in that situation between the two teams look the game it's one side we're just trying to get it over with i'm gonna do nothing but throw you.