18 Burst results for "Sokolov"

"sokolov" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

Mango Kush Podcast

02:58 min | 7 months ago

"sokolov" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

"Anymore like say you can spend money and not have to worry about you know like a man day this going to go through and i just think that like some of the stuff is kinda like just over the top like i saw on instagram today to follow. You couldn't even see the tree that's my the little girl had got them like is honest. Doesn't necessary you need it. Like what are you teaching them. Live to more stuff i buy. You means the more. I love you like like i just feel like i mean i don't have any slob children but i just think that this over the top that kids on me image. What do that what do they need versus what you want what you think. They wanted what you'd think that they need to have like. I don't know. I just think it's too much some of it absolutely appreciate a breeze. It's someone that person i mean. I you know it is what it is. I can't tell nobody how to spend their money out to celebrate their kid. But you know it's really up to their discussion. I you know it. Just i really like shopping for for that man. I cannot get it. that's what they wanna do. That's on own. But you know. I look at life from it standpoint. If if you're if you're spending money every kid yet you severed. Yeah you want to. You know little nigga might need the shit they might not you know. I think it's more of the people that say Why money or i'm broke or you're not best you talking bullshit. But then you're outspending a bunch of money you'll need spin. I i take that shit like if or just finish a teacher my hey. You're indicates a not really doing well in school or if they're not You know not really against making milestone changes. whatever. I think it's more like again. You severed kid how you want to but just generous sneaky. Usually it's culture to celebrate enormously of kids or kids being good kids. You're more shit. So i get that you know in the sense like. Let's say that you can use to be you know Ah fuck in f student. And all of a sudden that year they go from making as and bs. 'cause whatever forever damn reasons shit you might like you know what i'm gonna get you everything. I'm so happy. So i get that you know what i'm saying. They just doing the same shit over and over going to class. Sleeping gin fights you know ink Tanna grandma's house. You know shit like that and you get them. You know that this this need this shit like unit students showing them so it. That's all that's the whole psychological their sokolov there yet.

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"sokolov" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"sokolov" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"The spaces between the tones were changed, then win the changes occurred. The orienting reflex would be reinstated. You'd respond to it again. And Sokolov tried to vary the tone on many many parameters. But no matter what parameter he it on. As, long as you could detect it perceptibly producing orienting reflex. So Sokolov idea was that you must be producing complex internal model of the world that's in concordance with the world across pretty much every perceptible dimension because if you weren't doing that how in the world would you know that the tone had changed from what you had already learned about it and so for the longest time and this was also true for people who are investigating artificial intelligence. We had this idea that what people did was make a complex model of the world and hold it in their in their minds. So to speak and then they'd act in the world. And they'd compare what they expect it to happen in the world with the model and as long as there was a match. Then there was no orienting reflex. Now, the orienting reflex turns out to be quite a complex reflects. It's not merely an alteration in skin conduct what it is in in essence is. The manner in which you start to unfold your response to the unknown and the initial stages of that are very, very quick but it's hard to tell when the orienting reflex stops and win more complex learning begins they sort of shade into one another. So the initial stages of the orienting reflects are quite reflexive, but the later stages can be extraordinarily complex. So for example. Well I always think the the example of betrayal is the best one because because it's so complex imagine that. You come home and you find evidence. Lipstick or something like that. Evidence that the person that you're with is betraying you. The first thing that's going to happen is that you're going Orient There's going to be a real shock and that's a reflexive. It's very much akin to the response that you're going to that. You would manifest if you saw Predator snake or something like that, and so that's very instantaneous. and. Then that'll prepare you for action. You'll get you'll get ready to do whatever it is that you need to do next the very unpleasant thing but then. It might take you even years to fully manifest learning that would be necessary in a situation like that because there's so many things that you have to reconsider. First of all, the person might now appear to you as a threat that's pretty immediate. So there's a biological physiological response I your body reacts first. Then you respond emotionally that's GonNa take a while an. Emotional. Response might extend over days or weeks or months or even years, and then as you're doing that as well, you're going to try to start to resort out your interpretive Schema so that it can adjust to the transformation that this this This error on your part say or this catastrophe or this betrayal he let it has to adjust to whatever information that event contains and so the orange reflects can can manifest itself. Over extraordinarily long period of time it's best to think about it as the initial part of of what can be a very complex learning process. Now That was standard. That was a standard idea in psychology for the longest period of time that we we created a detailed internal model of the world. We watched how the world was unfolding. We compared the two and the physiology, the neuro physiology of this was even. To some degree even by the Russians in the early nineteen sixties because they basically localized, you could use complex eeg electro-enchephalogram technology to localize where the orienting reflex was occurring in the brain and basically appeared to occur. Roughly speaking in the hippocampus and the theory arose that your brain your cortex let's say produced a very complex model of the world, an internal model and your senses were producing a model of the external world and the hippocampus was watching those two things to see if they matched, and if they didn't match, there is a mismatch signal and that would be the orienting reflex and then your body would start to prepare. Would prepare itself for whatever that mismatch meant, and then you would engage exploratory behavior to try to update your model that was the standard theory it was very well accepted theory. It has elements of cybernetic theory in it, but it was well accepted enough so that when people I started to experiment with artificial intelligence. That's how they tried to make artificially intelligent systems. They tried to make ones that would model the world. And then act and then compare the changes in the world to that model. But that didn't go anywhere as it turned out because it turned out that it's. So it's so difficult to see and model the world that people had people have no idea how complex that was it was impossibly complex as it turned out, and so that's part of the reason we don't have robots wandering. Around doing apparently simple things like walking walking in an environment like this. Now, when we look at the environment, we think well, it's not that much not that hard to look at its full objects and they're just self evident there they are and we can just wander through it. You know and we don't even do that consciously to any great degree because so much of that perception is. Presented to our consciousness without effort in some sense. But the guys learn pretty quick that perceiving the world was way more difficult than anybody had guest, and then this experiment really in some sets put phenomena logical. Put a phenomenal logical punch behind that observation because one of the presuppositions of the orienting reflex theory that I just laid out was that..

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"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

The Real-World Branding Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

"DC. Abrahams. Really make sure that. The vote is not being suppressed in any way people have the right to vote. So we're really you know we're excited and there's more to come in. We have been constantly having new ideas around the elections. So it's fun ninety, nine, hundred, Sixty S. Route. One of our favorite new shirts to the coming we should mention is you know we know that Biden we'd had certain the pack that said Dear Mr President, which was sort of this optimistic that summary, aspirational although the a woman president, we've adjusted not a vice president as Farrell in reach and so we're actually launching that on within the next week to coincide with Biden's nasty but it's Something that we're really excited about have a woman in. In the running out and now the can actually be something that a brightly. In. That seems imminent. So hopefully. It will process that news and go right to social goods to. So. Getting the word out. Before we close thank you so much for your time and your insight You know your couple years into this at least from concept I know the the actual launch was was. Only six, seven, eight months ago. any. Any sort of. I guess key learnings or or insights from from the path of building social goods that are. Or even from earlier in your career that are just sort of fortifying for each of you when it comes to the types of citizens and business people you know the strap to be any sort of words of wisdom or or things we've learned along the way. I think if I mean we can. With having never ran our own business before. So it's been in giant learning curve obviously, and we have adjusting chains even things we thought we were going to the beginning of proven technologically impossible for Atlanta. The possibility. But what's been interesting is that when we read the documents, we wrote three years ago of what our mission, our infrastructure they aligned with what we still say today, and so despite all the curves really been thrown in things that we've adjusted..

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"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

The Real-World Branding Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

"Messaging in passion points in issues that. Carry. Through different timeframes. I think it's the we're hoping that it's the product itself. It's the merchandise like any store live in dire merchandise than what we're hoping up or selling is going to have returned. Customers are realized that they wanted because of the beneficiary but also because a degree shirt and Matt or retail or a math was really important because the one baby by the heated moment when you're really injury are different than the ones that you can keep wearing a net was. Tested find because they're still a really great design. makes. Sense. You mentioned some of the maybe event based stuff. Got You know is a casualty of the pandemic but when it comes to generating demand and awareness and making sure that folks nowhere to go and wind up there what are some of the things you know early stage company? What are some of the things that? That, they're sort of part of that strategy of of creating awareness and traffic. Yeah I'd say like any store or just even website it's a constant learning her constant challenge We spent a lot of our time in prioritized social media especially instagram it's such a platform that lends itself to retail in aesthetics Tara fee. So we've really doubled down there. We've started over the past few months really early twenty, twenty again, I think the week of the pandemic starting with paid advertising on instagram people just drive traffic to the site and see a lot of the different products nonprofits that we have in some tort. In, General. You know we probably could do more in that's the challenge of every business in. It's something that we every day are thinking about what we could be doing whether it's from. The press, I'd really engaging different influences in. Coming. Back to how do we grow and get people to raise awareness..

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"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

The Real-World Branding Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

"All the attention thereafter on some issues that are part of the social goods You know sort of purview talk about what it's been like navigating this roller coaster year. Even while we have been forming the business for two years, we only just launched it end of Twenty Nineteen Soga First Week of September first week block over. So for us, we were just really starting to feel. In a good place in how we are starting to grow in some of the collaborations that we had lined up. You know a lot of them were tied to different events happening across Q. Q. Two of twenty twenty. So when pandemic Happened you know all those plans kind of went out the window I. Think you so many challenges that all small businesses are dealing with during this time we are dealing with as well. We do feel very fortunate that a our whole families together in healthy and willing to help us navigate this time. But also that it sends, it is just two of us we can be. Pretty Nimble and flexible on how we pivot to change our operations during the pandemic now March April, hard months they were for everyone, our production facilities closed for two months. So we have buried very patient customers who ended I'm a longtime for their orders were grateful for them for waiting. So it's just adapting as the climate really around shifted in that went into a lot of the. The racial justice movements and protests that were happening in. In the spring and we are in awe of everything happening around us in just doing everything, we can to be effective and impactful allies to that movement. Whether that different merchandise that we already had going back to great organizations like campaign zero or Eagle Justice Initiative which was founded by the amazing by even sin or just thinking how we think about our business from the vendors we work with designers. We employ the models who are in our photo shoots and really just taking A. Look at everything we do to make sure that we're continuing to learn and unlearn good habits and bad habits and it's been pretty amazing to see it all take shape over the last few months in knowing that this is a lifetime of work. It's not something that's GonNa end or stop or slowdown in that it's our responsibility. As you know, activists business owners to make sure it doesn't in make sure that it's really. Infiltrating everything we do and even more specifically I think in March we are like like everyone what can we do happen? We help with sentiment that so many people were feeling do we have products that give back? We added we feeding America and you know those are sort of big samples of we broken them that obviously were like, what can we do? What can we produce at this time? With limited resources, obviously because there's no production budgets every purpose under the products we have in find ways to give back even if it was small. Donations, but December is nonprofit that were doing important work during in during a now during the pandemic enjoyed of. All these months go by. New issues deriving things focus on. So we're just trying to adapt in and.

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"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

The Real-World Branding Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

"We wanted the products to. I always said I wanted to be a product that I could wear a conference, your mic Google Infield, really proud and emboldened about in hopefully can start a conversation with someone else hopefully, maybe they learn about the nonprofit if I talk about it more but it it comes from a place of wanting to understanding that these issues exists and we need to stomach change in order to deal with them. But we need the solutions we have to be focused on the actions that we can all take collectively as society in order to bring about that change together. One of the things. No. I'm herders that. Chance on than a lot of our origination designed by A brandon been shopping. She has this really great aesthetic that really comes across in this hopeful in way where you're able to have sort of one of our best selling shirts says nineteen seventy-three where at start you might not know exactly what that stands for but Rovers Wade came into law. So it's able to sort it more sadly get messages across in some of the more. In your face messaging. I thought that was celebrated for a year of. That's the year of my birth that should be the talk. Among others you. Main in my apartment in someone was. Too Young to me more. Your Roe v Wade was faster. Every one of the things that is striking. No about about the fashion piece I mean, listen you you. Whether it's a sports team shirt or t shirts from a concert or whatever. Some of these things aren't. Excellent garments in their own right I. mean they commemorate something they mean something and for that reason they but you wouldn't wear them just a within your lifestyle necessarily but the look and feel and I mean you guys know better about sort of what they're made of the look feel this very kind of lifestyle appropriate in high energy and you that you wouldn't necessarily just have to wear it to a march. It wouldn't seem out of place or cool you on the subway or in the conference room or another place sounds like that's an important part of the to it isn't actually in mostly for emerge naked needed a factory which nonprofit within itself that employees adults with autism. Some of the. Again, it's really important. They're American made in most cases or they're made it spectrum. So the whole Safai teams really important to, and we're always learning in looking for ways to make our were sustainable. You know we're definitely not perfect yet, but we just switched to recycling pack recycle packaging. So really just make.

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"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

The Real-World Branding Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

"So, this is really my first my first opportunity to take. You know what I've been passionate about in in doing more. At an interest into a new in any way in our dad works in retail as well. So our family conversations are really just politics in retail. Got, it surrounded so you, gotTa. I'll coyness two, thousand eighteen. So for goods comes to life, could you whoever wants to start tell us a little bit about how? You and this has been an idea that you've had much longer than that Tell us about the germination of the idea and how what's the founding story, what is social codes, and how does it work and and what would we consumers who may be interested in these issues? What would we see from our experiences with you all it's been something we've been talking about for awhile in, and like you said, a lot of our discussions revolve around politics and retail in trying to find a way that we played narrate you will those together and it really came from our interest as shoppers and we kept seeing all of these products out on the market that benefited different nonprofits. We felt sometimes, it felt a little bit short either in the design sense or in the education. So you'd buy at benefited seed the water, but you didn't learn what does that mean? How is it benefiting what this organization doing house it improving the situation in we kept thinking what if there was one place where you could go to find all of these products but also be able to learn more about them. So we kind of just around for a while and tried to figure out a way to negative possible. Do his own resourcing products mother ran. The only certain provinces in a wide breath and the more with about it in the it just sort of naturally team to be.

"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

The Real-World Branding Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"sokolov" Discussed on The Real-World Branding Podcast

"On. Bill Gallon. President of Brands Premier Boutique brand consultancy, and we're grateful to have you with us and we bought a we love sharing. Cool, interesting. So a high passion purpose driven business and bring creation stories, and we have one to share today in the person of the fabulous sisters lethal kate, who are the CO founders of social goods, which is a an ECOMMERCE company that that sells clothing accessories and home goods that are focused on activism that make a statement that are not only compelling, endurable and sort of high style products but tie into a series of causes that are both near and dear to the cycle of sisters as well as. Too, many folks particularly, these days were activism is. Pretty important part of many people's lifestyle and so social goods SEEKS TO BE A. Fashion oriented yet, very socially conscious. Company to support the needs of activists as well as the causes they matter there's a pre- pretty strong connection to nonprofits..

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"sokolov" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"sokolov" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News journalist Peter Greenberg and now from the Sokolov law home studios in New York and around the world the man who travels over four hundred thousand miles each year Peter Greenberg yeah that's right four thousand miles a year sept this year welcome aboard another edition of I. on travel for this last weekend of June twenty twenty hard to believe this year's flown by as fast as it has but it has an due in no small part to watching reruns of wheel of fortune I think crazy stuff well let me tell you where we are this will come as no surprise to regular listeners forty seven degrees excuse me forty degrees to try to confuse you forty degrees forty seven minutes north seventy three degrees fifty seven minutes west we're coming from New York we're with the company for the last fourteen weeks but I promise you the show which prides itself on coming from a different destination around the world every week is about to take flight so stay tuned probably the next two or three weeks will surprise you from locations we will be coming from and the always taking your calls and your emails start that by emailing me to Peter Peter Greenberg dot com with your name phone number question or problem we will solve the right throughout the show and we'll do that of course this week as well so much to talk about are you know right when you thought it was safe to travel two things happened almost simultaneously on the domestic front the governors of New York New Jersey and Connecticut issued a rule that for about the first citizens of at least eight U. S. states you can't probably New York New Jersey or Connecticut without quarantining for fourteen days no earlier in the call the crisis we saw Florida try to do that for people coming from New York Rhode Island tried as well get ready folks for some reciprocity here I can't wait for the governor of Alabama or Texas or even California saying well why you mention it nobody from New York control meter unless the quarantine for fourteen days the real problem here is we are not the United States of America we have the fractured states of America and I actually for C. situation in the not too distant future unless we come to our senses we're we're gonna state troopers and every border stopping every car that doesn't have a license plate of that particular state and turning them around what this is doing to the economy I don't have to tell you com is already been beaten up badly this just makes it worse but wait it gets worse because the European Union still smarting from the United States government ban on Europeans coming to the United States is now saying because of the unbelievable spikes in the virus cases in this country the UAE the E. U. is up probably gonna ban American travelers as they re open their borders so we see everybody from Greece to Finland France Italy Spain and many other members of the E. you begin to open their borders but not to us in the United Kingdom is still a fourteen day quarantine and so the airlift is not going to be there the numbers are not going to be there and guess what we're not gonna be there up it's up it's sad now the EMA reverse that they're in negotiations right now with the U. S. state department to basically say you drop your ballot us and will drop your bad on you but there's a big bad T. word testing and it's not gonna come without a price in terms of procedures and policies so by this shot dead by this time next week I have a pretty good update for you on maybe not where you can go but I pretty much have an idea of where you can't and right now it's not looking pretty for the rest of this year you notice that the cruise lines basically announced they are now going to voluntarily suspend cruising through the middle of September that came as no surprise to me I talked about earlier in the show last week but that means for all intents and purposes you're not cruising this year now there are a couple of limited small cruiser cruise opportunities on small ships on river cruises are in French Polynesia put the total number of cruises that are going to operate between now and September I could probably count on the fingers of both hands so that's not really a big deal of what people are doing right now and be aware of it everybody is basically saying you know what I give up on twenty twenty let me book for twenty twenty one and they're doing it at hotels resorts and spas cruises airlines you name it and that's where things are getting crowded pretty fast so if you want to think about twenty twenty one you might want to hesitate do it now but the best opportunities right now are not to fly in the United States those airfares are still pretty steep and their steep because the airlines finally came to their senses and realized that the only people who were flying with the ones you had to fly so why discount it was a stimulating any traffic anyway with the real deals are we'll talk about this a little later in the show the fact little later this hour I was the CEO of kayak is what's happening in November December traditionally high peak periods and high ticket prices guess what not so far this year as long as you to start booking it now right don't wait till the October August or September book it between now and July fifteenth you might be pleasantly surprised as to how inexpensive that ticket can be again surely god forbid have another wave of the virus and borders closed down and hotels closed and flights get cancelled you're right you're still preserved in the US DOT rule to get a full refund on everything you paid even if what you bought was constituted as a non refundable ticket all right and for all those people who emailed me I gave them my answer and you listen to me then you already got your money back for those people who.

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"sokolov" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sokolov" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Compensation call Sokolov law today one eight hundred eight zero eight sixty one hundred the only known cause of mesothelioma is asbestos exposure thousands of U. S. veterans in trade workers are at risk for the disease nearly thirty billion dollars in court ordered trust has been set aside to pay money to asbestos victims if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma call now you may be able to receive compensation without ever going to court for filing a lawsuit call for a free legal consultation at one eight hundred eight zero eight sixty one hundred that's one eight hundred eight zero weighed sixty one hundred one eight hundred eight zero eight six your friend Sean Hannity here you don't vesting in real estate around this great country something like take very seriously now I can tell you there are a lot of agents or national companies they look good on paper or make big incentives or may even offer to work for less money but one thing I've learned over the years is details in real estate means serious dollars now I have seen first hand the importance of working with and trusting the advice of an agent that actually live in the market there's only one agent I trust that I'm talking about Marty Hampton so what's your advice on selling a home right now John this is the best time to sell your home in years and we don't want you to settle when both of fast home sale and top dollar possible in this market so what does that mean for sellers it means no matter what your circumstances we will make sure that the profit from the sale of your home goes in your pocket for your family and you don't leave money on the table all right thanks so much look I've done the homework talk to the agent that I trust for the best advice called Marty Hampton at six oh one seventy seven ten or go online to Marty Hampton dot com as Marty Hampton dot com for weather.

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"sokolov" Discussed on One Plus One

One Plus One

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"sokolov" Discussed on One Plus One

"All except one of them. That is the exception is Alexandra Sokolov sky, she's a Marxist. And when she and Bronstein talk, politics, sparks fly. Alexandra.

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Rick Pitino says in interview that "I'm finished coaching"

Tony and Dwight

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Rick Pitino says in interview that "I'm finished coaching"

"Last a little clipper is just a few seconds. Rick Pitino talking to Doug Gottlieb on Fox Sports radio late last night about his life. Now the same question, I'm asking me before wouldn't the heck are you doing you're no longer coach? And so I get up in the morning at five thirty I put on my gym shorts. And I have no place to go. So I say that because I do miss it terribly says you'll never go back coaching.

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"sokolov" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"sokolov" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Duchess nsa sent me a dutch s we do know this because they announced that yesterday is part of the conversation garnish angrily the duchess of holly sussex yesterday holly announced that you'll be the duchess of socks oh granola it will be the duchess of sussex pricing that fis nah i met house forward diff wise sussex i don't know maybe they didn't have a duchess duchess of sussex i don't know i mean i don't know how that works see this is this stuff we have to learn bradley before we decided upon send us loo we could learn at least we can yeah i mean i don't know like how did they decide what place the person is going to be a duchess of right because kate is the duchess of cambridge the heavily hilas they have all these titles lying around in there what do we have roll the dice cornwall whole nitz camilla is the duchess of corn cap hold hold the actor who wants to be a duchess of cornwall i need listen he that woman i do we all nikon now but there was a time where we did not like her and so she got awarded cornwall duchess of bacon town near the dutch to be in town duke beauty the dutch fine duke and duchess of bacon town broker irate for for the duke and duchess of bacon town will be back with elizabeth threes nah duchess of the dirt alerts after this on the colina bradley shower on mitag on a seven one previously on jason and alexis sokolov other picture that goes beyond kardashian is of the ice cubes and her baby shower embedded in the ice are after israeli bureau there is a big beef montana man it looks like a cross gina mmhmm and the little shuffle hor plan semi ma after they made the problem is is that the roses are like a beach color and then it goes up indepedent i think it was just a solid red rose it would not look like a bond that would be uh uh there you go bringing you everything entertainment jason and alexis with producer don on my talk when owes them one hey guys rally here for our good friends at california closets as your winding down.

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"sokolov" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"sokolov" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Not just copies but the original documents right and and we have colonel sokolov speaking about it describing it on camera so it's hard for him to change the story now and you know what if the george i i phoned confirmation from the soviet oh military people who have served in the area in collins around in the observed the objects and then you know they're going to down there is a very active guy dear who collected since the nation he wants to he is and you can get upset still because he was there he's taught with it going on with the second pick objects it took informational but you talk to them what outside of the step the program in many ways but you know you're there are people who so it so whatever happened to so you know it doesn't matter date you've got to do you got the interesting information out of the soviet union i know some people eight did you for depth you know okay for the research are the ones you know gordon continues room quit you're doing it is the russian government russia military the studying this do any degree do you think they'll they do what we don't know anything about that but you know mine white you different so good day with study you always has been they have to just like before and especially now that are becoming much more active when oh you know make eager i'm forced a stronger i'm sure you it was and you always are visible in the area who could arc ticket gets were the russian forced of the building off tremendously and got the erie of some of the more interesting and for him to you reports from the nineteen you sound before like i have confirmation from the adam be untucked dick and are kick expedition little can you know she wasn't afraid to talk about he's gon observation of you owe force you know i don't know anybody under american side and the senators who would come walton and open it can linger but he did in nineteen ninety seven so twenty years later russian are kick it no longer you know dormant situation mulder building up forces a quick fuel for than you assume the planker so they have to research you would be negligent you've they did not you know i think about colonel sokolov.

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"sokolov" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"sokolov" Discussed on KELO

"This week but the search for white three seventy officially ended this past week yeah to under thirty nine people went down disappeared malaysia airline flight in the third they gave up looking for it as a this week thanks for the call tell me this all you and i talk about colonel boris sokolov before he's the he was the colonel who was in charge of the ministry defense study of your posey at all these thousands a reports that came to his desk in recent years it seems like there's been a concerted effort to sort of we right history about colonel sokolov at first it was sore after we had publicize so what we've found and what he had said he never said that their work flat out the miles in and when i try to back and _c_m week we couldn't get through to him and then suddenly these reports come out of from russian you fall a just in government people that colonel sokolov was a you follow just that he was so that is actually a private you know as scientific because study military had nothing to do with it but you've seen knows varying back accounts what you make of that is there is there an effort to re right his role in that andy you happen the know if the sokolov is alive i think he is a so life do most important to the point is that he came out he changed the story det he was he revealed before he wanted to jump the do the continue korean where the gigantic you a who appeared over the soviet so i look station and the nuclear work with our took because the sequence so began and moscow couldn't did not controlled the situation couldn't control of their nuclear.

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"sokolov" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"sokolov" Discussed on KTRH

"This past week i had a two hundred thirty nine people went down disappeared malaysia airline flight in the third they gave up looking for it as a this week thanks for the call tell me this all you and i talk about colonel boris sokolov before he's the he was the colonel who was in charge of the ministry defense a study of your posey at all these thousands a reports that came to his desk in recent years it seems like there's been a concerted effort just sort of we right history about colonel sokolov at first it was sore after we had publicize so what we've found and what he instead you never said that there were a lot out the miles and when i try to go back and _c_m week we couldn't get through to him and then suddenly these reports come out of from russian you fall a just in government people that curl sokolov was a you follow just that he was so that is actually a private you know as scientific because study military had nothing to do with it you've seen those varying i accounts when you make a that is there a is there an effort to re right his role in that and you have to know if the the club is alive i think is a so life do most important point is that he came up he changed the story to the he was he revealed before he when did they don't be you do the fifth continue korean where the gigantic you a fourth period over the soviet so i look station and the nuclear work with our third because the sequence began and moscow can did not controlled the situation couldn't control their nuclear.

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"sokolov" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"sokolov" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"If you can prove and that's into if but no malaysian their crop to throw no vote no stories like that well for the most use all the story it didn't get much year play given all the other news this week but the search for oh slight three seventy officially ended this past week two hundred thirty nine people went down disappeared got malaysia airline flight in the third they gave up looking for it as a this week thanks for the call tell me this all you and i've talked about colonel boris sokolov before he's the he was the colonel who was in charge of the ministry defense a study of your foes he had all these thousands a reports that came to his desk in recent years it seems like there's been a concerted effort to sort of rewrite history about colonel sokolov at first it was sore after we had publicize so what we've found and what he had said you never said that there were flat out the miles and when i try to go back and _c_m week we couldn't get through to him and then suddenly these reports come out of from russian you follow just in government people that curl sokolov was a youth follow just that he was so that is actually a private you know us scientific because study military had nothing to do with it but you've seen those varying back accounts when you make a that is there is there an effort to rewrite his role in that andy you happen the know if the girl sokolov is alive i think he is a so life do most important point is depth he can he changed the story to he was he revealed before he wanted to jump the is the visit the third continue creating where the gigantic you a fourth here's over the soviet i love station and the nuclear work with our third because the sequence big it down and who can did not controlled the situation including control there nuclear.

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"sokolov" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"sokolov" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"You know i get it if you're not could what's been jerk off to keep his incited rounded yeah where they are coached with basically you do you know going to learn so baker with a big guy but it was and live in nineteen stick to so i don't know if you can with connection to it but no malaysian their crop define old gloat oh stories like that love use all the story it didn't get much your play given all the other news this week but the search or light three seventy officially ended this past week you know two hundred thirty nine people went down disappeared down the lead airline flight in the third they gave up looking for it as a this week thanks for the call tell me this all you and i've talked about colonel boris sokolov before he's the he was the colonel who was in charge of the ministry defense study out of your posey at all these thousands a reports that came to his desk in recent years it seems like there's been a concerted effort to sort of we right history about colonel sokolov at first it was sore after we had publicize so what we've found and what he had said you never said that their work flat out the miles in in when i try to go back and _c_m week we couldn't get through to him and then suddenly these reports come out of from russian you follow just in government people that crennel sokolov was a youth follow just that he was that is actually a private you know as lion tippett go study military had nothing to do with it you've seen those varying i i counts when you make a that is there is there an effort to re right over his role in that and do you happen the noah girl sokolov is alive i think is a so life do most important point is good okay mark he changed the story to he was he revealed before he wanted to jump the you do the can you can you can and where they gigantic you ahora period over the soviet tyler station and the nuclear work with the start took the good the sequence big down and moscow couldn't did not come.

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