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"soeder" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:32 min | 10 months ago

"soeder" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Because white groups and white organizations that have whiteness at their core at the center. Sir of their identity have now coalesced with each other colluded with one another to fight back against any type I to change she fights for and she's not just talking about this in theory. She's talking about reforming policies on police Lisa murder on use of force on enforcing policies around the huge disparity in traffic stops of you've black drivers versus white drivers which in Saint Louis Black drivers are pulled over exponentially more than white drivers. Even though white drivers have been found to have more illegal contraband substances than Black Drivers in Saint Louis and so as she fights to figure. You're out how she's going to reform the system. The Saint Louis Police Officers Association and a whole network of in essence. What are white white hate? Groups are working together to block and stop not just any reforms that she puts forward but any reforms that black collected officials all over St Louis. That black police officers try to fight for and in one fell swoop as the top prosecutor prosecutor in that city and county. She has filed suit against those groups using the law to her advantage. John was so powerful. is we're just now seeing things like this really for the first time in modern American history because we are just just now seeing in modern American history. What it looks like to have a woman like Kim Gardner running that system? Listen I'll be back in just a second. Have a quick word. Heard from one of our brand new sponsors. Were so glad to have them here on board with the breakdown and I'll be right back. Hey breakdown down listeners. It's a brand new year. And it's a great time to figure out smart ways to manage and invest your money. Which is why we are are so proud to have Robin Hood? 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This free stock program is subject to certain limitations the AP Y on uninvested cash cash is paid by program banks and is variable in. I need to say this robinhood. Financial is not a bank but they are a great investing company and I love their APP Brittany. Bring it down before we close the day. I wanted to talk for a few minutes about something that I've been working on day and night and mine tire team at Northstar has been working on it day and night. I'M NOT GONNA be able to share that. During that I mentioned earlier. There is something something very special that I am going to move forward that I will be announcing here on the podcast. Of course this is not bad but you might not have known understood that the breakdown is a podcast from the company that we started the Northstar and we are supported by members all over the country tens of thousands of generous supporting members. We love and appreciate each of you. 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The new website launches can't wait to tell you more about it When the new website new APPS launch you're going to be hearing a a lot more about that here on the North Star because I hear on the breakdown rather because we have so many new things? We're launching launching when the website and APPs launch my wife Ray and I are launching our brand new podcast together called married to the movement. We got wonderful wonderful feedback from all of you who who listened to our first preview episode. We've already recorded. Six episodes at first season is going to have eight episodes. We might have a bonus episode Soeder to in there as well but That's going to be for members only members of the Northstar only and so just can't wait to tell you more about it. I love the the The team that we work with at the North Star. I'm with them every single day in the office. They are just wonderful human beings and people and we're working so hard hard to bring you some some new goodness and I can't wait to be back sharing daily column just breaking down the news. WHO's in a different way? All right. I've gotTA run. I'm actually Heading into some meetings right now but I love and appreciate all of you of course thank you so much to the Sandra entre. Who is now our podcast director and low Sandra It just makes so many things work in the North Star and even in my daily. He lives she's been my executive assistant for the past year as well but she is now serving as podcast director. So that our senior producer Willis can just hunker hunker down and focus on producing the podcast. All of the music. All of the audio that you ever hear on the podcast is made. And Edit it and produce overseen by Willis so thank both of you think our entire team worked so hard to make this podcast possible take everybody break it down the bringing bringing.

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"soeder" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

09:11 min | 10 months ago

"soeder" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Not one not one a year later. They're all still there because they many of them went and looked to see what the prices were in new repress low or that they were I I sank we because we felt like my business and then once I did that I you know Kinda like modeled. The behavior then declined could do themselves and I say when you say that price that you're not comfortable with an insurgent cringe on outside I want you to look like the warrior. Oh Okay so you're actually working at the business on a regular basis Walking alongside of them like you said like almost like one of the employees were the one of the managers. Oh no not there like the day-to-day operations. I didn't do anything in the business. I was just coaching business. Owner several in order to to implement some of the Strip that must be in order to implement summer strategies and they needed to see what that it might look like. You know they couldn't just pick up the phone and say I need to do this because that was just so foreign. You know knows at asking them to do something that would totally solution is your business. Same time it was a tremendous risk if they lost these people like what would happen. That's interesting and and so talk a little bit about when you first get a new client. What what kind of structure? What kind of it means you don't have have like stretcher training programs but what kind of methodology do you use to get started into tap into that owners brain find out what's going on okay so when I get time now? They generally don't they. Don't come to take a coaching program. They don't show up like that they come with a I'm I'm I'm a certified divers business owner and I think you have the same thing going on in the states on with an organization in Canada called IWC WCTC and that means. I'm a veteran all business so I help people bid on tenders so business owner will come to me and be looking a bit on the tender you know federal government contract Clo a large contract and when I have a look I sat to have a look at what it isn't redoing the shah. Aw Load prices or it's me them initiates like you know that doesn't scrutiny as you've been on contract you WANNA be raising your prices. Did so then we'll go into a coaching change. How do I do can you? Can you show me how to do that. So it's never. Chris Shown Up to take coaching. It's showing up to do something. And then the fact that they need coaching presents itself. Yeah so it's it's more like consulting trying to solve a specific problem or fixes specific issue so now when when do you know like in the US. When you bid on government contracts you know the joke is always goes the lowest bidder and of course most mostly that's true How do you work with customers? Who are bidding on these government type contracts to raise their prices to a point where they might even raisin you actually get the contract well so two things first of all under the certified divers supplier program on meeting? My client is certified divers supplier so corporations have a certain amount of their spend designated to verse suppliers. So they're asking your suppliers bid on jobs and a lot of people don't know this so for example. I know that in the states you are way further hit when it comes announced diverse difficult conversation around diversity. Players in there are some companies that multibillion dollar companies that have a six six percent spin allocation for diversifies. So it's not as long as you can do the job. It isn't the lowest bidder. It said they must cost. They must like a company like FIA. Chrysler must hire diversified meet their mandate. So it's a different. It's a different kettle of fish than normal or standard contract federal coming for example. Yeah you know you you said Fiat Chrysler A lot of especially military folks we hear government contracts in government is government debt and oftentimes. I think we get this preconceived notion that it no can has to be like a government contract but there are large corporations who have to fall in line with this government profile government system of whether it be six percent set aside that kind of thing. Fia Chrysler is not a government government government government entity. But they have to get in line with those set aside requirements and stuff in order to do business with the government so you have a lot of big companies. He's that have the same concepts that the actual government contracts have oh have absolutely under accountable so in states you guys have something. Called the Veterans Round Table Menu over there yet disorder Soeder counterpart that that deals with them diversifier. So I'm new to the diverse supplier world. been doing it now a little under about a year and a half and I mentioned Fiat Chrysler because I just went to the automotive sector trade mission and I mean they are looking to buy everything imaginable from you know star from chips to pack the car parts to consulting services to train ranger leaders and they're especially interested in doing business with veteran owned businesses. They want us to step forward and stuff but many people are not. They don't have the confidence to step up and do they have confidence in their ability to build her widgets. I should get that job. It's so true exactly and I know a lot of a lot of guys are just like that and I'm even that way myself. Sometimes I in this we were. We were raised you know. Isn't that just raise. I think the military made us. You know it no took it away from Jerry Proud wet. I didn't military. We didn't need to Google market ourselves as individuals right feels adults very foreign. Yeah feels uncomfortable. It's kind of that self promotion thing so the first few times the big contracts and that whole thing goes out the window right. Success goes a long ways. Well he debbie you force it. We're getting close to time. I do I give you the last word so if if somebody's interested in checking out your services with people can Dan. How did they find you? Two things first of all my website. WWW dot people can dot ca and you can read all about mid air. But I will club up coming up in January for anybody WHO's interested in money mindset and it is Napoleon Hill singin grew rich six weeks long learn from home on this San Zoom platforms. And I have five guest presenters. Set it in a just kick the Heck Amari mindset in in what. What exactly is at something in this American sign up for oh absolutely in What have I send mutilating can? Then you can have okay okay. We can put it in the show notes and then if if somebody doesn't see the show not can they've get to that off of your website. Yes okay and that's basically like a six week course where you talk about Napoleon meals. They can grow rich book. Yeah well You know it's a workshop. I Colored Workshop Brooklyn so which is a book and I do this every January. It's the six six time I've done it and I bring in five people who are successful in business. Every time. Napoleon hill talks about something they expand on in. WHOA that's cool and it's all done on? Zoom Zoom Yeah. That's awesome. I love that concept is really cool. Check it out. Debbie will awesome. I appreciate you being here and sharing your success story. You know we look forward to your future. Success appreciate appreciate it as well. Listen vetted on the move your pathfinder to freedom if you like the show we review and I tunes reviews are always greatly appreciated so until next time. This veteran is Oscar Mike..

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"soeder" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"soeder" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You should start thinking we talked about making you you know becoming a doubles player and marrying your opinions and you know having the chance to make a little more when you win an and have your money stretched out a little further if you're if you don't win fold in Marshall The the way in which which players can effectively keep that ball in the air with with big opportunities and maybe adjusting their play and and being a more discerning price shopper well. I think that's the key in a you know I'll. I'll give you a little less than that. I learned myself adult last year. Two Thousand Eighteen I was really excited about the oaklawn meet I I sort of had the time at this point to to Haney tap embedded every day spend hours you know studying every rate new trip note hired a private blocker put to put together a team to an lack of racism and did all sorts of work on me and I got insured. I walk you know forty cents on every dollar wagered and now we're spending quite a bit and trying to bit bit every race and you know I did the same same thing for Saratoga last year two thousand eighteen and in both meets total after I came to the realization that this is not for me the idea of betting every race working myself to have an opinion you know trying to come up with with wages trying to every pool wasn't going to work and so you know for me. It was a matter of sitting on the hand finding opportunities and in looking for opportunities where I could can make scores and so you know the the Oakland pick five my buddy Klay Sanderson. I the other partner intense managing partner intense wreck racing. We were basically AH in two thousand eighteen. We're basically seeing the pool three percent so even though the take out they don't have a low take-up pick five and twenty eighteen we help feed the the pool we were doing so badly and you know the differences the differences now you know tried to become more of a casuals but more of a discerning shopper on on these things and it's not always easy. I mean you know it's easy to sort of get sucked in cling. The race is you know I always have the hours have the television on always on I'm always on the the archie and feed stations but I've tried to be more discerning tried to find my niece pick five again winter cheese. COME UP UP they're typically fun. You're handicapping trap. You haven't handicapped before and you know allowed me to to to really focus on certain races and not drawn in the play play everything and so you know again I look for them to play and and I continue to be sort of outside of that as much as doubles and pick three and pick four can be typing and let you really have multiple opinions that you can leverage you can often find yourself spreading writing and so I tended to be a pick one player right because again despite the leverage you get it you spread on both sides of a double or if you spread into the three graces and greet even though you're getting leverage relative to the Wind Pool and the parlay spreading spreading over number forces destroyed that right destroys the leverage that you're getting on the takeout so you need to be making those debts on non carryover days you need to have opinions right either have opinions on both sides of the double right. You need to have opinions in two or three picks three races you can't it's hard to spread your way to the finish short how `bout how `bout shopping the the bet menus and and the race track wagering Menus and Essentially Cherry picking and well not only can you cherry pick but you can also in a lot of cases with your. AD W of choice make sure you're aware of some of the you know the added bonuses that are offered including ten percent ten percent pay out bonuses fold those in to some of the low takeout takeout opportunities whether it's the pick five and I know that that stronach is introduced this cornella slow takeout ten percent cornell and people are kind of snickering Cornell probably probably could've just made it exact ACTA. You would have had the same benefit but I think they're trying to you know trying to make some stand-alones applaud the effort but I I think it's possible for people to manage their bank roll Marshall enough to just swing from vine to vine and pick the best opportunities opportunities you know based on those takeout equation say can people have enough self disciplined to do that. Well you know I think it it. It's tricky right. If your weekend player you know in in in and you get your chance to play Sarasota Soeder Belmont or Churchill on the weekend. It's hard to sort of wait for the opportunity to come up. you know what I would recommend part of your bankroll. Look for these pick five. Look look for promotions on your eighty w but also make sure when you're playing the fives you're playing these promotions that you are still strategic about it. I mean he still even would be huge players edge right you still have to hit the same w strategic and and they could have given me you know the only way I was making money when I was playing oh come on full time in two thousand eighteen is the power gonNA get forty one percent reading right with forty one percent rebate that have made one percent so and so you know so you still have to be strategic and what you do their promotions contractors right. You have to think about how you WANNA bet the try. you know you have to try and super super. You have to be strategic about it. You have to think about something that something happening in particular ranked like it whether speed holds your speed clapping particular rates and the way to bet it or would did you keep certain horses in particular positions of trier super so I think that that each of these wagers if they get more complicated from a win Bet involved a lot doc more strategy and so and so you know you know for for players who are very you know very good betting you know so It's probably not an issue but for me. It's always been one if I'm GONNA. I'm GONNA steer away from the wind pool. I'm going to have to be strategic about how my wager even in the state of positive expectations right I just learned enough it would be positive expectations play. He would think you could just spread your way to the finish line and often walk up and found out that that that come comes back to bite me because a lot of people do that right you still getting you're still it's still he's still need to be strategic in making your tickets no doubt and that you know that part of it I I I I said years ago in a in a conversation with with that Rosa Rosa I I've got people who love to trot it out as a some sort of a a specific addressing of takeout in general but I made the point that I if you if you can't if you can't build a winning ticket if you don't win the takeout is extraneous it. The first order of business is understanding the game and and then you know then and applying that you know that knowledge successfully but these you know these opportunities and being aware I personally I don't know how long Marshall in my development as a player years ago going back to the eighties. I'm not sure when it was was that I even was was first made aware of of the takeout levels and what you know what it's relationship what it's correlation relation ship was to the to the churn and and you know how if you weren't winning how quickly your money was disappearing and so having that awareness and then trying to pick the spots I mean we also separately get into into a into a a win price and a mutual price correlation at you know where I had a friend I met years ago with the hippodrome one of the Hippo Clubs in Montreal the most disciplined guy I've ever seen he would wait weeks and weeks at a time to make a bet he needed nine to two or better on the horses that he was tracking and he'd come the some some afternoons or nightside he'd come into the Hippo Club and he'd have he'd have his papers with them and he'd lead wait and watch the tote and if the horse dipped below ninety two to he'd walk out and not play I I I've never seen sometimes times he would literally go a month between between plays but I mean when he he he was sending it in. I mean I I've never seen seen anybody as disciplined as that well. That's the way to do it. I I rarely been disciplined. I've learned that I've actually now accepted that I I I I liked bet and I liked the plan B. Rate but I've tried to have tried to allow myself to be a two dollar better when I have no strong opinion in then try to bet substantially when I do have a strong opinion instead of steam amount. That's always you know it's interesting in law sort of growing got the as a player came about it not not through any sort of you know not to no one ever sort of took me to the track and so my education education was from books and there's not a lot of books on how to bet there's a lot of books on how to handicap not a lot of books on the bed and I think part of that is that and you know sort of win you know real growth literature in the seventies and eighties weren't a lot of exotic wagers and so you know the proliferation operation of exotic you know in the nineties and two thousands of multi race wagers and try Super Super High Five that the literature hasn't caught up and and I think that you know that was you know that's been sort of a constant struggle with figuring out what that fearing out how to tack certain races and you know to be honest with you that you know what where court players truggle against computer teams is not from from the handicapping perspective right but it's in the construction of bets computers can can construct soup effective construct pick six wagers of very efficiently. You were very challenging for a player to do so absolutely and these are all topics that boy we could we could go on and that direction but as you can tell for those of you that are hearing Marshall for the first time and I. I doubt that that's the case for most of you. This is why he had a horse. This breaker Bayden over the weekend called Tisza Sharpie. Yeah that was a lot of fun Lacy God data force that we reclaim the IT Oakland gave some time and then broker maiden. I doubt the meeting twenty-five on lean twenty five on the small all stages Laurel Persp- it's always fun to have always fun to have winners and always fun to work with you know trainers to are are not up in commerce right like late you got that pen strike raising we have forces lacy dog that Matt Shire Bentley Combs Jason Barclay Britney Trimble Russell who who we think are going to be big time down the road in. We're trying to help them give them give them their shots. Bentley Bentley Combs AH at the winter for us at Saratoga and out there and it was south that maybe one of my biggest highlights the in being involved in sports is I've. I've had being there for winter. Saratoga sort of nothing like my family with me horse coming from the clouds a lot of fun absolutely eh.

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"soeder" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

Girls Gotta Eat

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"soeder" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

"I think it was the eighty shitty wordpress website and not even so wild straight code. There's the it was pre- wordpress pre square stays. They don't give a fuck now. I'm glad you brought up this app actions. I didn't know about when i moved and i ended up having to take a ton of stuff to the salvation army army and they were rejected a lot of my staff because they were very sensitive. I must have nice yeah. There was like they rejected half the staff so we had to take stuff to the dump we had to go go to goodwill with the rest of it like my movers went. Everywhere and lecco is and there's other ones like a two. That's just the only one i've ever used. They can give away for free to so. That's you want when somebody come get this shit like i'll get to the point where i'm like fucking. Get it for free. People asked him the craziest questions. I'm sorry newark. City is a different animal pointed asked me take a look at this entertainment center and take a look at it. It's big. It's fifty inches long. It's it's not so massive. It's on the shorter side. It's not line should was so it's a huge thing for this. Bring it on the train that dining table. Oh can i bring it on the train. People had asked me. Can i bring full-sized. Furniture is on the subway wild things in new york. City subways used to be walking down the street with mattresses. It's only new york. It's crazy. I mean i understand it. You're like i'm buying bargain furniture. Someone's clearly on a budget. They're not rolling out with a vehicle. They're not come with the truck. They're not running an uber s._u._v. to come by thirty dollar piece of furniture and i was twenty three i bought and i- kia cash in the sky and it may the god that i was dating come with me and him and i carried the couch like five knocking on his friend came but i really participate but we carried it like five blocks just walking down the street with an idea couch well twenty three. What was i going to do with it. That's what i'm saying so tomorrow. Girls coming and she's going to take the saikia couch like so much has happened on this couch. She even know yeah. I know on his couch tablets. Just reek like okay so i am getting emotional. I'm sorry guys. This is not what you substantial but you're going to get exists our podcast and this is the eighty first episode with our bonus episodes eighty four and we started this whole thing and this apartment matt right there the table. We were hunched over one mike. We've obviously upgraded. We're on the couch now. We have the sound board. We have all the my. We've had a bunch of guests in here. You guys obviously know that but we started one. Mike between the two of us hunched over it on my mac book air which is not something you should and we were like we just did it. We made it happen in this in this this apartment in february of two thousand eighteen and everything's happened here every single decision every single live show planning and every almost every single work already and with the exception to this random studios. We had kind of pepperdine but we ended up coming back here and everything is like happened this apartment now. We're talking about our favorite memories. Here is the first time we were here. We we didn't really even know each other that well yeah brands. I wanted to hang out with you all the time funniest person but like i don't really know you that well yeah until like everything that we learned about each other. We learned earned over that one. Mike just sat on the table and like i didn't know what we're doing. I know we just. I don't know i really i mean i think about all the places i've lived in the memories that i've had and i just think this is going to sound so fucking cheesy but this is the most important place i'll ever let's see i like new york city apartment by myself and it's like di- ch change my life moving. Here can't look at you like it. Just it was the best decision i made was to move here and then like we started our. We built our like dream career between these walls. I cannot okay so thanks for listening guys. Would it be like this if you'd enlisted so sorry i don't get emotional that modulate usually when i'm talking about like immigrants and abortion in this podcast but it means a lot and when you're listening to this i won't even live here anymore and i'm five fourteen east twelfth street. You ever want to walk by that. Was the trap house that we started girl. Gotta eat out of a lot of stuff happened here. I'm sorry i just i'm realizing how washes meant to you this apartment because you really was your first place who ever lived out here terrel yeah. What a big life change. It wires like i was so young when i moved here everybody i knew it was just moving here and i didn't start anything. Thank in that apartment. I started another adult life year like when i go back to atlanta i lived in atlanta as an adult. It wasn't like i lived at my in my college town and then moved to the big the city like i would live there. I lived a whole another life there. I had a career there at a boyfriend. They're like picked up and moved and started a whole separate life in another city and it just it means so much to me and i'll never forget this place. I won't either. I just it's it's sad for me. I was just want. We'd one microphone. We were like crowdsourcing questions from instagram live. You know we go. We would go on bros. Bean basic because that has the most followers of all our accounts would just go live live and like drink and play. Never have i ever been well. Listen back to those episodes early kind of embarrassed say thank you but they're not as good and then people would say mean stuff to us and we're like fuck this this fuck you people should do that again. We should get drunk. I was dude ever. Have i ever could take trolls. People would just hate on us. She's a two yeah but yeah thank you guys for being along the ride with us. We we've had many studios. We've come back here this. This is the most special of them. We've had a lot of really amazing. People on this couch like i remember reading mark. Manson's book and thinking like this guy is a brilliant man. I met him on this couch ouch yeah and like i think about the advice that we've given people like ramiz saito talked about like finance or episode we had about being happy being single and i think about all of these beautiful episodes that we had and all this advice we gave just did it on this couch and proud of it but didn't need like this giant crazy set uh other people have out good for them but yeah. I feel really proud of it. I met harsh if you're on this couch and a love him so much interest. I love him so much two seven. Oh dan soeder do he's dad. I don't think he's doing daddy more as a new dad now who said oh dude dad. Let me tell the story because whenever we have time this is still fairly short side intro. We're at this party. I'll just i'll just say this funny story. So if you guys remember we had derek drescher on on who he works for con body. He's an ex incarcerated individual. He's an ex con. Whatever and we actually didn't have him in here because we con- we entrapped him. No he's amazing but we were in the studio with paul back in the days and we had anyway so he's a combat trainer trainer. You guys love that episode so much and he still friends with them and have mutual friends. I was at a barbecue this past saturday. He brought this other combat trader. I walked in and i was like damn like snuka picture. Send it to you. I was like get to this barbecue edge and i was the he. I feel like you want that. He he's cute. He is beautiful and <hes> <hes> and i know i know you guys these beautiful because i'm going to read some of i posted a picture. I mean why didn't read the congress. I'm going to read. I meant to do this. I love watching the girls. The comment is these so i'll i'll do this i he and i we played beer pong but with white cloths we played claw pong and these two gay guys were the team that was winning and they were like actually. Would you wanna play us when we win and i was like yeah and they go okay. We'll get a get a partner. We wanna look at the go find a partner. We want to look at at so. I went and found the hottest guy at the party and i was like do you want to be my partner for beer pong pong and he was like okay. Let's do it. He was like i gotta leave kind of soon but so i posted a picture instagram and i was like pong these comments because he's in the background you can tell i mean there's a man in this picture. He's very good looking. He is so fine guy next to you the three fire emojis who's the daddy on the left. Though who's that guy who's the hottie next to you just fire emojis date him no laws when you drink clause obviously a bunch of dems girl. If you don't hit that i will. It was crazy weather so crazy but the story. I wanted to tell that dewey why why rod due to the barbecue later actually wasn't there the whole time because it was a little too crazy so i went and got him and then brought him back and it's all my friends rooftop and the stairs leading up to the roof or super steep. That's why in the first place they're just like getting old. He can go upstairs fine but like their straight up like i can barely get up so i was like i can get him up the stairs. I don't know if he's gonna be able to get down. He got up the stairs. He a little bit of trouble. We're on the roof and i'm like it's time to get them down. It's time to leave. The girls. Were just gonna try to figure it out and kind of help him carry in carry him if we needed. You really don't know how we're ever going to do that and i say to. This guy said hey. I might need some help getting my dog down the stairs before i even knew it. Why did he picked. Do we up do he's eighty pounds picked him up scoop them up up and walked him down this idea i literally i can imagine your underpants falling to the ground. There is no quicker way. You don't have to talk to ashley. Just pick her dog up and walking walking down stairs. That is what i have never seen a photo of doing look ashes answer but he's huge. He's eighty pounds. He's a large animal. He's probably family more because he keeps gaining weight picked them up. I was like your dad and her boyfriend now tomorrow party. I'm not going out with them but he's commute this party. I'm just saying you can really do ages to like so you guys can like lax. Can you do it again. That's what i masturbate to now. It's that guy carried my dog. I wouldn't put the for your vibrators right on your right on your bedside tables. I don't put it past you so easily accessible pops into your ahead. It's a one second decision god anyway. That was my little story so i'm sure you guys are going to storm my instagram now and just start talking about. Who's the daddy on the left but he's hot. It's worth taking a look. Check them out and go to con body tickets but stay away. Don't talk to him. He's yeah actually tim now. Sorry guys. There's other guys there. I mean they all look like they could destroy you saw them. You saw derek which was a very funny story. Tell the story you walk into literally walking through the airport. I looked like a homeless person. Percents was going to russia guys remember. When i went to russia i mean nobody was nice to me in russia's but anyways i i'm logging to the airport and i just hear somebody go. Hey raina and i'm like a man knows why am at the airport which is always run up to acid airports like we expect but man and he is there with the biggest man i have ever derek and he was there at the biggest man i have ever seen his name is sultan and he he doesn't smile. He's he's seen him. Show presence all again guys. If you listen episode all the trainers at the workout is designed for the guy did in jail when he was in jail so all the trainers. There are formerly incarcerated. He's the scariest look at one of them. All hot. I'll carry so has salt. You guys should look them up. Teases leases christ. I don't think i could take it. I don't think you could either. No i mean what else should i give you a lot of credit. Someone else shied shied plug for combat yeah yeah anyways. This spiraled out of control and the women. There's women trainers are fucking bad ass over l. women trainers and and they're kind of get that when abroad i need to get a winner because i'm so pale you've got to have. We can't both can't be pale and fat working on it but i and i got against. I got to slim down a look back. A little berry tan all will be revealed. What's my camera uh-huh q. on my roof every day. I like working on miller bitch. No i actually use this neutrogena neutrogena spray just on my face. It's like a little bit of but the rest of my body no but now a little heavier than i was so might have two or i might have to lose weight like normal propel. You look great but we i mean if anyone spray spray. Tan salons are listening. We're here for it. What are we gonna talk about. This intro con body towns winter pod wintergarden cuffing season. Oh i'm ready or are you ready. I'm ready ready all right. I think that'd be listening until asked eighty episodes eighty one episodes..

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"soeder" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"soeder" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Kate little background. Their georgian shannon are the songwriting duo boy meets girl my dad's friends who wrote whitney houston's songs. I wanna dance with somebody. And how will i know which is why i know. How will you know how will i know they were it. Which is why. I know that songwriting hashing is where you wanna be well or or that. Maybe like beyond say get songwriting credit on everything pretty much of a network since writing those right and also there's virtually no money otherwise we made music anymore. Merch <music> shell on the t shirt very sad that that's accurate okay and then we approach. I think actually my favorite part of the whole song we aw that's where he's just gone off into full metaphor. He's kind of liberal. I think this hotel is on the boat and there's a captain who delivers the captives like the somali but the thing is but here's the thing which are you kidding you. Go to a nice restaurant and you say oh captain my captured. What nice reds do you have but i'm having a little trouble because he's he's. They got the wind in his hair. The sweets sweat yeah. Everything's literal yeah and now the somalia says we have not had vintage since nineteen sixty nine they actually said spirit of which wine is not who also before. I tell you about his quote about saying. It was a spirit when it wasn't which i do need to read. I listen to this just one more time. I just think there is such a missed opportunity for this to be a recurring soundbite and every like like wine wife's life from the bath tub screaming to her husband or wife palese. I left the wind in the kitchen and now i'm in bed. Please <music> meringue me my good. I just don't ever want to go to a bargain and order a glass of wine a drink again and say lease ring. Just let's see what happens yeah right anyone get. It won't irritate anybody. I guarantee it. Here's the thing i already of so irritating that being more irritating. It's almost like having taking speed wait. What was it kind of counselor. They're taking all whatever the more annoying i get. The more powerful i become i had aligns eighty-three so jon. Soeder bravely asked henley if he regretted writing the line so i called the captain and the spirit thing whatever because wines are fermented while spirits are distilled old directly also for the listeners wine would be sixty-nine wouldn't be spirit. Vodka would be a spirit but nobody gives a shit about the year of vodka is. Is that what i'm getting i don't. I don't know with the since nineteen. I don't think that's like a vintage. I think he's just saying we stopped serving wine in nineteen sixty nine <hes> i i think he's talking about the vintage but i think this is probably a metaphor metaphorical about how the ever since charles manson the hippie movement went to hell way is that did happen at sixty nine india also woodstock by the way happy fiftieth anniversary today woodstock today today today. We're recording three days yeah. You don't want recorded. Its today day but after woodstock then charles manson happened in the sixty s we're basically over and then ultimately happened with the stones guy got stabbed in the fifth sixth. What yeah see here's the thing i didn't like my history teacher and also they don't teach this in school. So where would i have learned ultimate was supposed to be the next woodstock and the stones were the headliners guy got killed by the hells angels and you've kind of that kind of the end of the sixties kind of was literally seventy was the end of the sixties sixties as we're kind of the energy of the.

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"soeder" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"soeder" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Man. I have so many questions to ask. But Lewis said no questions. Yeah. No question. Karen, t no questions asked will be in concentration camps already doing copyright music. They're scanning if you all those old episodes where we're just playing dumb shit in the background. It will just be pulled out. Nixon. They can't use certain feeds of fire for the comedy central clips because because any musical even if it's cleared by Syria. Technology exists eventually implemented across the board on the internet. And you know, that's gonna be that. We're two years away from robots doing podcasts. Soeder your podcast now pay. No soda one day saying jokingly on the radio the crash test dummy song. Yeah, we got season desist. Because they thought it was the actual. Wow. That's great also voiced sounds. Did do it. It was a karaoke version. They thought it was the the algorithm like red sodas goofy voice sounds like that route forty-one push besides five year anniversary lecture next Wednesday and also with Louis special. I have a one hundred percent rate of any podcast any comedy special that I've produced hit number one. All of the everything sauce wraps up. Everything we're we're route just find a way to brag from me and Louis dot com. We're both at the table with Phil spector to me. I find the right talent. I Turner, these hoes cultivated as fucking awesome. I'm real sudden, I love all three of you guys that was telling Davis on the way here that.

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"soeder" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"soeder" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Stats blows your way, you see fast points, seven seven blocks three three three three assists, eight eight. And what's interesting about the steals thing. Is this the leader Ryan steals? Illinois and Rutgers is hanging right there with them at seventy errors. They've had been unforced errors maybe because the pressure, but it terms of going and getting the ball records doing as good a job as a lot of that came in the beginning of price five minutes. Rutgers though that little run and just. Soeder toughness in grit ran up nine run the lead. Rutgers bench points out scoring twenty two to thirteen thing is code FICO, his fight eight eight or more minutes Mathis is played almost nineteen minutes. Or so at Harper. Hey, don't have they have one turnover between them and Matheson been terrific today. Very aggressive taking the ball of the basket. This is this kind of game he likes this up and down game. And whether Steve can take it. Really good. Also taking a challenge. Playing. The to move truly kind of Alabama check except for that. I I. Yeah, I agree with you. Because he was quiet or Subaru was relatively quiet. The last ten minutes behalf any now he has to play bass too. That's the other. All right underway here the second Rutgers right to left with possession acre guarded by Frazier. Running to the right now. Top of the key come near side for Ron Harper. One dribble pickup somebody come get the ball cross-court Pasco's Baker. He's lucky fraiche turnaround. Baker picks up the LOP to the nearside up. Top for Harper. Open. Three is no good ball has rebounded by Williams straight ball movement by Rutgers nobody near Harper that time just missed it. And Harper was posing as if it was going to be right. Well, that's what shooters do shift. You gotta make. Williams has the ball in the nearside beyond the arc. Shock clock is a thirteen now for Bichon Nashville guarded by dourson walk fake let runs right over four. Santa block is called looked like dourson stumbled. They did I don't know that anything should have been called. But it certainly was on an offensive foul. Yup. So dourson picks up his first foul teams. I obviously, you're the first forty five seconds of the half and dose. Sumer will throw in. Not the ball the phrase, you're on the right corner. We'll shoot the three good tied at forty five razors had four threes this afternoon and now lobbying oh me. And I guess he stepped on the end line because the ball they say the ball was batted down by Frazier. And so we'll still be Rutgers ball. But that was the case where a Maria nobody to throw it in tried to lob it to Baker and Frazier turned around and got it right back at Frazier's all big ten come out going to be a team leader buried at three tied at forty five minute by here the second geo Baker driving in stopping lost the ball. Got it back has it on the baseline. Ducks saunder trapped and stepped on the sideline or walk one of the other. I've be honest. I have no idea I could not see. Either way. It's all I think he stepped on an got himself into deep that time. It got triple team. Nowhere to go. No passing lanes tied at forty five minute fifteen gone by here in the second half. Jordan on the far side the lob down low for Williams who quarter before went out of bounds ahead to Baptist though who finds leading the field in Dallas. Call what a great pass by Mathis. And what a great catch by Eugene, Chris ash. There's your tight end for next year. Wow. Don't you dare? Forty seven forty five years back in front office Gulshan pass believe it or not for Eugene his first points of the day. And his chance to three point play. Free throw up free throw off to the right? That's how you be pressured beat it down the floor transition. Give them a taste of their own medicine. Rutgers did their Rutgers five of nine from the line this afternoon. They lead by two forty seven forty five doses. Sumo hasn't on the right wing steps. Back up top for Jordan, swing it. Top of the key. For Frazier guarded by Baker Frazier to his right? I corner does Schumer guarded by shack. Dourson shoots up to three over. No good. Sean is feeling that the offensive rebound in the foot. Advertise forty seven. Got picked off by dourson. Here's Mathis on the baseline lost the handle goes out of bounds. And it will be interesting. Joe this second half is starting to in the first half yet already slowed down again. Not a very good last in the in the big ten in offense. And rebounding with that time shack got switched out on. Bichon Nashville tries to go by shack. Thanks. In front again, forty nine forty seven seven forty two to play at the second. So they're attacking off that high close. Says Mathis with the basketball out here side now turning and spinning driving up with the right hand it off to the right and the ball has rebounded by Williams on weakside. Get it to Frazier. Frazier running the floor the kick out for Williams for three. No good in and out. Baker back for the rebound. Pass ahead to Mathis Mathis cross-court for Harper catches stores and a foul is called. How about that? How he kept his feet. I have no idea either. Ron Harper junior can put Rutgers back in front as we take a look at the replay. He was hit on the way underneath the basket. And he had just enough English on the ball to spin it in. So Harper to the line. To to the free throw line today. Another transition basket Jerry puts it in the foul shot at Rutgers back. Ed fifty to forty nine with seventeen sixteen to play here in the second. Raise your walk in the bottom floor by GOP acre. Now for sumo to the foul line. No look pass and quick into the right corner. For Jordan to three comes up short. Harper. Really good box out Harper flying up the floor. The rudder off the glass. Terrific play by Ron Harper. Steve paiko wants one not gonna get it. Because of a three point lead fifty to forty nine Harper scored five in a row himself. Frazier hand the ball off to Dosumu now for William swinging left for Jordan far sideline backup top for Williams. Wants to the right around the screen gets into the right corner. Picks up his dribble. Looking for somebody. Sumo in the paint, the shawna's villi shoots over and around with the left hand and puts it, and that's a tough shot while they're there. Switch off. Like six inches. Smaller sixteen twenty to play the second fifty to fifty one. Rutgers baker. Hesitates, drives gets inside off the glass shot for I'll tell you Joe. The last three baskets this team have made it been quite typical calculate. Rutgers ahead. Fifty four.

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"soeder" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Bentley coach Ryan Soeder quiz, graduated from Bentley in two thousand and then a year or so later became the head coach he's still he was a hockey player there. And he's still the all time leading scorer at the school seventeen seasons. He's won two hundred fifteen games last night. Things didn't go so well for his team, and I asked him if he liked or disliked his team last night, depending on what? You're looking at the game in the first period. We didn't show up in his obviously, really disappointed. You're not going to beat the first place team in this league by playing you'll thirty thirty five minutes hockey. I thought we came on at the end, and we started making some more players playing our style. So hopefully, you can build off of that tonight. I noticed you shaking up the lineup a little bit is that just to just to shake it up. Or are you trying to send a message or what's what's behind that L kind of all the couple of our our first lines playing well and they're score. And the other two lines have been struggling to get some offense going. So we just had to shake that up. A bit gets a fresh look with some guys and maybe get some better energy tonight. I think one of the things you probably looking to do to put more shots on goal seventeen last night. And and obviously an unproven goaltender. Good goaltender Bernanke driven goaltender. So obviously, we weren't satisfied with seventeen shots on net last night. What else did when you looked at last night's game? What else did you see? Oh, I think air force air force hockey think therefore the tenacious and we didn't do a good job on our retreat. Retrievals supporting and move a box quickly on the hemmed us in Arizona, and we turned a lot of bucks back into our zone. And then they got back on top of it. So tonight, we're going to be looking to go north a little bit quicker. So far this year. Have you been better on the first night or the second night? We've actually played our best hockey on Saturday night and thicker a little bit of young team. So it's kind of seems like a feeling out process every weekend. So hopefully tonight with a little bit more confidence. All right. Thanks good. Luck tonight. Thank you, very much sort, of course, head coach of Bentley on tonight last night's game. And on tonight's game. We'll check in with Frank, Sarah, Tori, as we continue with the USA pregame show next..

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"soeder" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And start earning today that can hockey also presented by Boeing today. Tomorrow beyond proud to partner with air force athletics here on the USAA pregame show. Jay Ritchie Dave taller cadet ice arena. Getting your closer to the puck drop for air force. And Bentley Bentley comes in in a tie for six place in Atlantic hockey, a record of two four one overall and in the conference Bentley is to two and one they have conference wins over Holy Cross back on October twenty six they outscored him seventy four and then last weekend last Saturday in overtime. They beat Sacred Heart three two at home their coach by Ryan Soeder quest. He's still a young guy, but he's a gray beard as far as coaching goes seventeen seasons as the head coach. At Bentley is record two hundred fifteen wins two hundred ninety eight losses. Seventy four ties over the years. Coach said Chris has had some good teams, and he's had some so-so teams. And this year he says they're pretty young team together and getting pretty excited about our team. We started coming together the last couple of weeks for pretty young team. So you know, it took us about a month to get going and try to find our pieces settle on some lines. But we're starting to get the pieces pieces of the puzzles together. Now, what's working for you? We've been pretty well in terms of goalscoring and getting up going been special teams coming along PK going last week. So in those areas in terms of the offensive categories feel pretty solid and what's not working. What are you going to tighten up on tighten up on her team defense and goaltending woes of late, but very very confident in Eden Pollino our starter for last couple of years at he'll find his game and get going here shortly. What are you looking at for this weekend here at air force just looking to go one period of time air force is obviously a great team. We have great monitoring specs for them. Just try to play the game straight up for twenty minutes at a time and not not get ahead of ourselves and not too high. Not too low verse now right coach. Thanks. Thank you. That's Ryan Soeder. Chris Bentley grad, in fact, he was a hockey player there. And when he left he was the all time leading scorer at Bentley. Any still the all time leading scorer at Bentley. A two thousand grad Ryan soda. The head coach of the Bentley falcons. So we come back. We'll hear what Frank serotonin. He has to say about this weekend about last weekend and about being without starting goaltender Christoph Lewis for tonight's game. That's next as we continue from cadet ice arena on the air force IMG sports network, presented by USAA rechecking is good free checking that refunds.

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"soeder" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on First Things First

"But also last week was the trade deadline and not like other trade them lines before. I mean, it was actively seen in NFL a lot like the NBA's been the last couple years. But you gotta be franchise. One packers. They trade the way wonder better players Dixon. And now did they did they actually get better because New England regardless off season free agency before. I mean before the draft also after when they lost their office. Tackled. Soeder men they've been able to go out and acquire players under the radar and just coached him up. And those guys are making significant contributions those big difference. I see between these franchise. The patriots traded away a fifth round pick and added a guy yesterday who had the game sealing touchdown. The Packers traded four th round pick and loss. Ha ha Clinton Dix who even if Green Bay folks killing me all week. And he's overrated is not good. I bet you after your safety got thrown out of the game on that. I thought unfair penalty. But whatever I bet you wish you had. And then I venture wish you add them when you saw defensive back after defensive back down with an injury. And the other thing that happened yesterday was is there a little microcosm of the Brady. Rodgers debate. Rodgers threw three quarters was winning the argument last night show. What they threw three quarters. Rogers hasn't beat across the board through three quarters Brady was not sharp now shows the fourth quarter, real quick. Brady with a perfect passer rating Roger struggled now. I don't think that is indicative of Rogers late typically, but that is indicative of who Tom Brady is late making the plays at the end of the game. That's where Brady was excellent. That's where he's been excellent for about eighteen years. Now, we're gonna get another great quarterback coming up. How was drew Brees able to hand the Rams there? I lock of the year..

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"soeder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"WFAN. WFAN FM New York. Yes. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we get here calls early. And we will get to them off it over the next two hours regarding the giants regarding the jets tonight. Even regarding the Yankees if you want, but we will start with the giant game yesterday. And with as many things as they did poorly in that game, and it wasn't just one or two. And I know we all want to point the finger at number seventy four, and I don't blame you for doing it. There were a lot of things that contributed to that loss to a pretty good team. I actually come out of that game feeling better about the New York Giants, and I did going in. And I can't believe that. That's the case. The only thing that makes me feel better than the New York for the New York Giants is watching Dallas play later in the day. No, not the worst team division. Because if you look at what Washington day with with Alex Smith and how everybody looked in the defense, and they went out there. And I mean, Arizona looks horrible. You might be thinking guy that you didn't need you didn't hire St. Wilkes because that looked like they didn't have a clue about what they were doing that was a team that was posted compete Sam Bradford and Rosen and David and the sterile with that being said, you got a lot of issues on the on the giants and all the issues that they were supposed to clear up looks like the same old thing that they're going to have to do with. I know you through a billion dollars at left tackle. And you said you knew you're overpaying for him. But come on man, you got to be better than that. He wasn't a turn stop. But he wasn't far from it. There was not impressive in his giants debut. I think everyone knows that the entire offense of line why I'm feeling a little mixed about this giants game yesterday is because as Bart said all the same things that were at the top of the list that plagued the giants from a season ago ofensive line the drops play calling at some points. Whether it was too conservative, whether it was just not whether it was just wrong. Whether it was just uninspired all the things that we ended the season talking about what the giants that were starting the season. But except one why? I apple play very well. He has an awful. He wasn't awful actually good. I have I was encouraged for the giants because of a couple things, and it's basically centered still all around Beckham junior. I thought that he looked explosive at times it looks like the ankle is totally fine. He did not look like hesitant at all. A look like he and Eli except for a couple big misses that I would put those a little more on alive on Odell. Then I thought that Odell looked very good. And I think that that's something that you build around that something that the offense built around. He looked and I know the numbers sometimes don't tell the story the numbers don't tell the story was saquon Barkley yesterday. But the numbers I thought for Odell were good. It's a shame that he couldn't get into the end zone. I blame that more on ally. Offensive line play calling traffic. There's a few things here for all. Right. Number one. Is that when it comes to Beckham? He was a factor. And you're right. He's healthy. How big of a factor? That's debate. At the moment. Number two. I look at them at them being the Jaguars as in a leak defensive team leaked. You know, Pat Shurmur last saying top ten I thought it was a top free that looked like a really eighty-five bears. No. But that looked like a dominant defensive line impact players at every level. Exactly they all showed out showed up yesterday. And that's why when I watched that game. I did not go in you know, everybody's talking about the giants being such a tremendous offensive powerhouse. I didn't go in thick and they were going to score a ton of points. And what encouraged me the most is that their defense played very well in the second half. Yes. There was no Leonard fournette and. Yes, this is not a great offensive team by any strategy neutered. Blake bortles. I thought Bortles. Hey, you know, what though I thought this was going to be a major problem and at the very least that defense was very good at the second half. And that leads me to believe they have the possibility of being serviceable this year. I'll tell you all the time. Why believe in a three four because it gives you opportunity you can see sometimes Blake Bortles was confused with you know, who was who was dropping and they did a great job. I like would be Jay hill brings to the table. Even even Carter. He showed that he can have some flash in kind of understanding what's going on. But you know, to do that you've got to have a leak corner. Play thought they had that from both sides, Jack rabbit. I think Eli apple every time they tried. They tried him. He stepped up to the challenge. And last year, we would have saw him panic. We'd assaults him get a pass interference or a legal contact. He stayed poise and looked like he was enjoying himself. And he had a feel for what they were trying to do now with that being said whenever a team decides to go with three tight ends, you kind of limited in what you can do and how you can even tax defense. I felt like maybe the Jacksonville Jaguars set on the lead a little bit and went conservative. They didn't want Blake border to lose it to one interception. But he really wasn't on target as well. Yeah. Jackrabbit had that one on the side. Tiptoe had a second one here. Right. Which is interesting about Jacksonville. It kind of shows that they picked up right where they left off. Which is they don't trust board, which is funny because in the first half, I think I didn't watch that game. It was like, wow. Bortles actually put together some pretty nice throws. And then they obviously went to a lot of TJ yelled at in the second half with Leonard fournette out and a little Dede Westbrook. Well, you're right. The giants. I thought defense was encouraging without a doubt. And when you talk about all numbers aren't the same. I know we want to sit here and everybody wants to talk about what saquon did look at the final numbers. But if you watch the entire game, he didn't have the impact that you would think somebody who like a lot. But you know, what? The fact that you can bottle him up as long as they did. And he can still pop one at any time that that speaks to me not just about the reliability of an every down back. But more about the fact that it doesn't matter. What's happened previously? Well, that guy gets out the gate, he he's not gonna get. But but still I need I need you to keep the offense on schedule. I need you. When I when I give it to you on first down. It's not always about the big yards. If you can get the big one. That's great. But if you look at how effective Linda for net was in making sure that second down with unknown. Dow that it could be a another run or could be a play action. That's what allied needs. He doesn't need you to get one get to bottled up. Exactly because what happens is now you put that office in a bad position. Because if you get the third and seven or six, plus then now, the the opposing defense has opportunity to open up their entire blitz packets and really get pressure on on ally and make it difficult and like I put it like this, right? So one of them all sacks aren't the same either. So when you think about flowers, and where he struggled the one that he gave a boy say Dan rolling in dock way. Janaka Gok waiting always say it wrong. What happened was and what people don't realize is also the same. So the running back was in the linebackers. Amanda, man, and the last one he gave it to quit and the linebacker stepped in the gap. So as the office of lime you're taught to protect your inside gap. So you have to honor that inside gap. So flower step inside. And what happened the running back went out on a route? And he had a man to man he wasn't blitz. And so then he tried to jump back outside, but at that point in God way had already had momentum. And it was saying hospital. Get you can't catch up to a more ready made reference to that, you know, about the fake blitz. And that's just that tells you that that is a unit that had spent time with each other and knew how to mess with the the the protectant of a team. So I don't want to say that flowers mess up there. He he got plenty that he was going to say cherry pick one. That really wasn't on him doesn't really tell the story though of the day was that ally had pressure in his face on the right and the left side of the day. That's my point. So you. Soeder play just as bad as flowers, which is as to which is crazy because it's interesting just how you know. And I think this falls on the front office to they were so willing to make all of these changes, and listen, maybe this offensive line will grow together and colitis Campbell is actually pretty complimentary of them for whatever that's worth after the game saying they stayed together. Because I'm a hard guy to block has like. Well, Pat yourself. Rock paper scissors early. You wanna you take them? No. But I think that it's interesting, and we'll see if this could actually come together grow together. And obviously over rookie starting on the elephants line. You have jalapeno at center, you have all these changes moving flowers over, you know, they were they were bad, and I'm tempted to say they can only go up from here. But I don't know if I've been lulled to sleep before with with those types of things at the giants offensive line in the past has flowers been benched officially or no we don't know that they're going to wash the family, and listen just have to to to bring them in. Better. I mean, if boy if that's flowers how bad is willing. I mean that that'll tell you a story same question. We just say how bad is Davis Webb if they put Gino in exactly one eleven eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six whatever you want off the week one loss. But how do you feel coming out of it is the primary question because I do think like Odell said after the game. At least for me there is actually a quite a bit of good to build on for the giants to take out of it. 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"soeder" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Contribution plans lay 401K plan. Started, taking off defined benefit plans became far too complex. And costly for employers. Keep offering now extremely low percentage of workers are covered by these. Plans that used to be the norm, many think, these plans are dead however they. Absolutely are not in could be a godsend in the right situation there are similarities between the define pension plan and the 401K. Plan they can still invested in stocks bonds mutual funds and other instruments in a four one k. plan the, employer and employee determine how much they would like to contribute. To the plan and a defined benefit plan. A detailed analysis is done by an actuary and the contribution is based on. Your age income and other variables and they are not limited to the same Caplis 401K plans. They absolutely are, not right in every situation. Big companies with lots of. Employees will struggle mightily with a defined. Benefit plan a company that could benefit from a defined benefit plan could be a. Closely held small business Soeder with one or a small number of owners owners they're typically at least forty five years old but can be great for younger ones as well relatively fewer. In, younger employees excess cash in an owner. Who wants to make greater contributions and an example of, an employer. Who has a solo 401K they can typically contribute about fifty thousand dollars to the 401K plan. However someone who is nearly forty. Five, may be able to contribute nearly two hundred thousand. Dollars which kids could. Save about one hundred thousand dollars in federal and state income tax. The contribution limits for these types of, plants are, huge we have implemented these types. Of plans with clients and they.

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"soeder" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"Destruction. Dan, you human nature. I'm going to be on the non sequitur show on Saturday. Luckily I've done them a terrible this service by not having this information. I like the way that you said that completely unrelated to anything non-sexist. Perfect. But I, I've been waiting to do this correction because the chat room jumped all over me when. As they should. Just show is all about warts and all. Yeah, we make mistakes, right? Listen to the non-sequitur show at eight PM eastern time. Rose is gonna be great. Listen to the great debate to whatever it is. Well, that's the name of their Facebook group. Oh, okay. Or that's the name the great debate community. Okay. Yeah. So. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well, there's like fourteen minutes left in the show Email. No, actually what I need more of in my life is shit internet. Soeder mantle, right? He'll love that button. The, it's all about being in control. Yep. And now that I'm in power, everybody should suck up to me and cover up all the terrible things that I've done. Well. Now now on you. Now is the time of crushing responsibility? Yeah. Okay. So this is just a piece of of random nonsense today from world net daily courtesy of wow on on hashtag nonprofits, news which thank you all for contributing news as usual. Daily by somebody who is. I mean, you know, she's a pretty blond white lady with a name I can barely pronounce is. And or HANA NEB into her land. H. a. n. e. and I'm sorry, I'm not being fun of her name or any. But the title of the article is the desperate atheists, faith in Darwinism. I was just from the Congo it's issue. Race. So she has. She has one of those white African accent, like kind of British sorta. We all know Don Winn. Oh, no, no, I'm not gonna wreck. We all know Darwin. We've all been told for decades that he proved how men have old from apes in a linear evolution from an fibia ins at see, I think if you've been told that for decades, you probably been listening to creation. Yeah. Proved. No, right. There's not a single part of that sentence. I wouldn't take issue with moving. Specifically said in a linear evolution. She went out of her way to emphasize. Ending claim? Yes. The crawled on land back in the day and slowly evolved into other species. And here we are homo. Sapiens the brilliant, evolutionary and products fucking. Science class as told by nineteen forties cartoons. Yes. Three idiot. Man, I. I'd love to hear this late math or something. Yeah, only linear algebra. We've all been told that hound one, two, three linear fashion. Yes. And that's the only way to numbers. They always go for. Darwin proved it. We are also regularly taught that those who disagree with Darwin are the idiots of the world. I'm willing to leave that some people have insulted this. Tell. People say that Christians, for example, Muslims Jews at cetera. Okay, I never met a Jew that, yeah, believe there are a handful of Jewish crease nece in the world, but it's another one of those cases where you find the extreme outliers and you and you pretty them as mainstream. Like Jews by in large are not creation as okay, do not pin this.

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"soeder" Discussed on Outsiders Journey Podcast

Outsiders Journey Podcast

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on Outsiders Journey Podcast

"Here because I like how he deals would people. I like where he's coming from. And he he was just as flawed as I was we weren't exactly flawed in the same ways. But close enough. That's why I listen to them. I love it. I love listening to how wrecked he used to be because he talks about it all the time. And and how he deals what it now how he overcame different things. He doesn't talk so much about overcoming. But he talks about how he deals with not being in in the game anymore. And sodas his so do his guests when he's talking to them. A lot of them have a back story, you know shit. They walked away from because they had to survive. And I love that in. There will be guests on the show where I get to share that what I'm discovering. No, interestingly. Attract my websites downloads and out of all the millions of downloads not yet. But anyway out of all the downloads. People are scooping up the after bi-polar pod like crazy more than this one. And and as of today, there's only seven episodes of that one. But it kind of figured that might happen because outsiders journey just the name kind of vague if anything makes you think outside hiking camping, you know, something like that. It's it's nowhere near it's too much of a metaphor. But it's as close as I could get it. And I and I had to start somewhere too key key tip for you. Right there. You reach a point where you just gotta start stop digging around and just start something. Even if it isn't right starting better than not starting. So that's why outsiders journey exists. When I did after polar cool thing about that was I'd been I'd been struggling to find a way would use would. Struggling to find a way to use that story that that part of my life in a way that didn't embroil me in in a way to didn't drag me down with people. I I have no hope of helping or they expect a miracle out of me because this is what was happening years ago. When I when I did all I did some different stuff would help him people by polar. I got dragged down the world's I had fought to get out of. I was wrong about different things. I was going about things incorrectly. It was just a mass all with the best of intentions will. Now that I got after bipolar pod. Now, I can just talk about that stuff. And I give away the the system it takes guts to live well system, and people just have it, and I can still I can talk about their experiences, and and not coach them per se. But just be a caring ear, an understanding soul. You know, I can sort of partner with them on their ride as they try to do anything in life would would fight in bipolar or anything related. I did that to a degree back when I was a coach for it. But I was I was without knowing I was playing a part that wasn't working for me. I wasn't even meant to do. So I'm real I'm finding that you know, by polar people know, what that is Soeder Derbyshire tapping into that quicker more readily, it makes more sense immediately. And so generous thing so I I hope that one feeds people back this way because a lot of bipolar people are incredibly intelligent. They're just everything else is out of control. They're not stupid. They're just a mess, and if they can calm down enough, they can take that fiery partner brain. And actually it can be quite useful. Once it's under control. It can be directed like electrically electricity. It's lightning. It's a bomb in the air until you put it in a wire. Now, it's useful. That's how I see by Paula for a lot of people not all people. But a lot of them. So I I want to. I'll be able to talk about that again without being sucked into people's pain. And it took me years to figure out how to do that. But again, as they come out of that pain and level off some of them like I did they're going to realize. They're they're mad geniuses. And they can do something with that. And they can do stuff nobody else. Can they just got to control it? And then use it. As they do that. They're going to need to know, what's in this podcast, and what's on outsiders journey dot com. So that they can structure what the things going to be that they use that energy in what it is. They tell the world. That's what side is journeys all about. Add more to say, but that's about it. We're coming up on the twenty minute, Mark. I'm starting to sputter install. It's going to be really cool to get a to get guests because you know, when you're by yourself, you've done your you go till you can't. And I can't keep going. I don't want to what I guess you can do a give and take new avenues open up the conversation. That'll be awesome. And it's going to be people that people that like me and people that I like, and they're not going to be normal because that's that's the crowd. I travel in. I can't wait it. It's gonna be so cool. You'll definitely have guests on after bipolar soon. That was another snag. I walked I walked into how to get the equipment. I needed to do field interviews, and then also I already have guests lined up long distance. And I wasn't I didn't know how to record decent phone calls to then shove into the podcast. I recently got that figured out as well. And I'm about to Email those guys and we'll be doing. Interviews by phone that will then go into the after bipolar podcast. So I'm getting there. I guess if nothing else if you're following along if you're part of the J faithful, this is what it takes kids. This is what it takes. Is it going to be exactly like this for you know, for somebody who's going to be harder? Let me get that out of the way for some you. It's going to be way easier. Parts of my head are in their own way. I know that about me in my human design chart that I had been discussing recently. I am an overseer a manager. I I'm vision ear I see the whole picture. I see the key parts. But I am not implementation. Implementation. My God, I can feel it when I got to straighten out all these little nitpicky bullshit details. It. I can feel my brain grind to a halt. Because I couldn't be less interested in it. But I have to push through because until I have staff. I am the staff you're going to be in the same boat. But for some you these things that are problem for me are not going to be for you. You'll do what I'm doing way faster way. Beggar way, cooler you'll be able to do more when less or you'll be you'll be able to figure out how to make it succeed faster. So you have the cash you need to do it better et cetera. We're all different. I just want you to know it's gonna take some kind of sacrifice struggle. It's not going to look the same for all of us. But you gotta have what it takes to hang in there and keep going keep working keep overcoming the bullshit. Don't give up. You can pause. You can Nash your teeth your curse swear Luger shit. Every once in a while you go walk away from it from time to time. 'cause 'cause sometimes that's exactly what you have to do to solve the problem, but comeback keep going keep building on what it is. You're working on last. And and one day one day, you'll have a thing. All right, guys. Good luck. Good luck.

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"soeder" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on The Young Turks

"And raise says thanks chris stewart we appreciate your odyssey your answer should be made into an ad and as corporate tax cut immediately agreed uh and um i wanna be sexy say one more thing about that uh there we went and try to find a loophole to they closed for corporations and it turns out there is one uh which he didn't bother to we succeeded in care rank is like i don't want to cut the loopholes he'll probably out back in later and in some ceo pay and how it is the inducted from taxes so there the capped for only the top three executives at a company uh you cannot deduct eur pay after a million dollars you can deduct that up to a million dollars you can't deducted afterwards okay but you know what that is that is a tiny tiny percentage of the corporate tax cuts that's half of 1 percent so that would qualifiers oh what to do so in theory there was supposed to enough loopholes to pay for the corporate tax cuts is supposed to be a hundred percent to 100 percent right instead it's one hundred percent two point five percent right and they're making up for that lost revenue as you guys know by increasing taxes on the middle class in the workingclass soeder absolutely art breaking news go for all rights special counsel robert muller's team has released some information indicating that they have stopped the negotiates negotiating process in regard to paul manafort bail terms and the reason why they did this is because they found evidence indicating that paul manafort attempted to ghost right an op ed piece uh with an individual with ties to russia so he recently ghost wrote an op ed with a russian with ties to the country's intelligence services special counsel robert mola's team alleged on monday so give you some more details on this the notice that muller's team release of the public said that manafort worked on the draft with a longtime russian colleague of manafort s who is currently based in russia and assessed to have ties to a russian intelligence service now on the point of this op ed was to us sway the public's opinion in regard to this rush.

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"soeder" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on WGTK

"Hewitt show's next week so who knows what adventures will enjoy but we're not done right now what a pleasure it is to head to gop chairs kinda funny when it is a woman he's a chair chairperson she clears it up with her twitter handle gop chair woman radovic daniel daniel how're you doing i'm doing great great to be air and you're very nami rana doug well i will be happy to thank you so much thanks i wanna get into some of the nuts and bolts of today's news and stuff that you're up to the rnc i said fascinated conversations over the last couple of days needed on the show yesterday about president trump and his effect on the republican party and so so many people saying oh my gosh it's ruinous the party is dashed against the rocks i have a crazy discordant view and that is that any president sort of leads the party and with his own sort of flavor and there's an energy at this interesting triangulation of late and a passion that may bring about more conservative results than any president since reagan how my doing i didn't care for your fight on i mean i was care of it the michigan republican party or taking our igf add the chairmanship at the guarantee and i felt like we were there the therapy or at the trump fat where he brought in a new coalition of voters that we haven't seen in the republican party for a long time he expanded the party in the workingclass soeder we now i the party that represent as african american wages have gone down who are worried about got you have struggled under the aim at crowd at the obama administration and president trump has become a champion because the people and the republican party has embrace that as part of our when we take a look at at the various things that the president trump is trying to do do you believe that some of the freak out is because it really is a return to what used to be basic conservative uh that dogma of the the diane feinstein's through that word for all of us just as basic conservatism strong borders tax rules leave for probusiness policies that's really all it is edited people are acting like a but like.

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"soeder" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"soeder" Discussed on KOMO

"The fours held low my friend it hold implausible plan for a whole canal bridge closure schedule for 1245 it could last up to an hour beyond that state with 104 drivers have a two hour weighty kingston wsb forty peasants are now required terminal construction closes monitoring were glued rehn since they would 900 between avenue sixty four street worth these that's closed monday morning also wooden bills the two oath to seventy five who also closed monday morning we have mirrors hosting to mets with first pitch at 110 traffic right now showing up at the soeder district i5 northlake of course in avenue south is behind you north of all of way and the i 85 south breaks have at fairview your next report's at 1214 i'm mark mouland komo news komo weather center forecast here's air miles get blow good afternoon everyone we will got the two of mostly cloudy start we're starting at peel back them the cloud cover and we'll see temperatures in the upper seventy to low 80s today the bully to beat up on monday tuesday and wednesday will be in the mid to upper 80s to midnineties and by the time we get to win think thursday we could see triple digits at this point said the dry stretch continues on your maskey from the komo weather center after all is she in our city for a temperature here seattle's seventy at kobo the following program is paid for by the advertiser at is not necessarily reflect the views and opinions hummel management staff it's a northwest lifestyle weekend on komo news now i show for anyone who is or has a boss this is the boss show with jim has learned steve tanko today on the foster we're gonna be talking about mental health in the workplace and specifically mental health in the hightech into street and i'm jim hessler i'm the business guy in the founder of path forward leadership development and the author along with my co host who you hear from in just a second of the book land on your feet not on your face and i'm steve metallica on the psychology guy i would be that cohost host i coach leaders here in the seattle area both the one on one as certified personal development coach and executive coach as well as in teams of managers in organizations with my friend jim really dive right in with.

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