14 Burst results for "Stephen Kobe"

"stephen kobe" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"That will be in the description for you to check out. Let's see here. The crazy thing is. I'm sure there are some people that listen to this show on one point. Twenty five speed on their podcast. They probably think they're thing just broke for. We of course have wanted them. Rotating segments that is required reading. Bj bernardo rights and with the required reading and says hey y'all required reading suggestion uncovering the real history of the women who pioneered video games by isaiah. Ko- kobe interesting article about the history of women in the games industry. I'm excited to read gamer girl. A book highlighting twenty five of the most influential women thanks. Bj of course you can go over to kotoka again. The article called uncovering the real history of the women. Who pioneered games by isaiah. Colbert or colbert. I'm just i'm pronouncing it. The stephen kobe you can go over. He has a whole article. Interviewing tha the author of the book. Gamer girl talking about the influence that women have had the games industry. I read that. I highly suggest. Usually i would read an excerpt of that but of course we are away longer. The show we have a stream after this many of you guys are looking forward to so it is time for funny dot com slash. What we got wrong as he got it wrong. Certain correct it for those watching later on youtube dot com slash kind of funny games on podcast services around the glow who man. There's a lot of your wrongs here but it seems like quite a few of them are from yesterday. Oh n law. These are just editorializing as well okay. Kebabs writes in with the. You're wrong that i'm not going to accept and because it makes me mad right cabals writes in and says go goku. Vagina used petar earrings. Diffuse not the dance. They used to dance in the two movies. They use the dance to movies brawley. Infusion reborn is not what i mentioned to asia they use the dance and then give me wrong. That's not cannon. I understand that but get the hell out of here. They use the dance. We see it. Yes they the. Both things are valid. I say the use the petar rings. I could say the use.

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on Thinking Poker Podcast

Thinking Poker Podcast

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on Thinking Poker Podcast

"Be a winning player just looking at a chart decisions for my chart. I mean i think that if you could actually look at a chart for every situation. I think he would be winning. But like i think if you truly playing against one of these salvors i think i think it would be basically anyone in the won a silver actually just playing where short and nothing else. Everybody just the same way you know. You're probably not going to be yeah. I think there's like a lot of things that you're doing. That are going to be better them on a sovereign would do in a in a given situation because you are doing things to adapt to mistakes that opponents are making just not not designed to do that play like wouldn't you know everyone's playing like that'd be a great player where i think that. Maybe i think there's a lot of opportunities for applying a super high roller or something you know. I think there wouldn't be a ton of opportunities for you to be a lot of people making those really mistakes in great plan a regular tournament where they're not adjusting to their players to their to their players and how they're playing i. That's the mistake they made against me was. They weren't adjusting to how i was playing and they were playing their whatever solves strategy. Whatever but they weren't adjusted in the fact. I'm not three betting you light. Four bit their sucks. You know they were. They were playing according to start when they should have been playing the way i was playing them. You know which is kind of trying to figure out what's going on you the very best players and this is certainly what i aspire to is. They're they're playing an amalgamation of those things you know they have a sense of. I think this is probably what a sovereign would do here. But then they're making an active choice of you know i. I'm i'm deliberately going to do something different from that. And i have a sense like i know that i'm deviating. I have a sense of why i have a sense of how much of the deviation it is. I just wish that the church didn't existed all on your own and whatever you know you you know who cares what what the computer would do bright. And i think it's just it's it's privileging a very different skill than what was required. You know at the time that you were becoming very success ball like new now being being good with computers and being good with studying with computers one of the most important poker skills that there was and i imagine that was like almost or entirely irrelevant at the time magazine andy. Blog was doing a little bit about what we're doing that. I liked it better because that's what i knew. That's what i did you know now. Everyone's doing all this other stuff. But yeah i understand why i understand that you know it makes sense if you come a good player overnight or not overnight by studying all these things it makes sense to do it because you're not after thirty years of experience so Just doesn't seem fair that people would come in with a strategy thirty years they come with a strategy that competitive. She'd hope we'll off the off the cuff. Whatever yeah Do you think. I know you mentioned kind of feeling like poker is less fun now. I'm sure that's part of it. I mean i mentioned part of it is just anything gets less fun when you've been doing it for thirty years. Yeah sure it depends you know. Sometimes you get tired of it. But i mean you know there's always new challenges but yeah i mean obviously you don't have the same motivation in drive and hunger that you did i or the tiger when i was you know. Nineteen ninety ninety-five when i first playing and then you know thirty years later. I'm not gonna have quite the same enthusiasm. Guess how surprised if you went back in time and until you know nine hundred ninety s kathy. You're still going to be playing poker thirty years later. She surprised by that honestly. I don't think so. Because i didn't play i i liked. I enjoyed it. And i was. You know so. No back. Then i would have wanted to play. Probably you know all my life. A mission accomplished get anyway. What do you have like goals. Are i guess. Kind of like what's You're still having fun with it. I guess the goal would be to continue to be successful. You know maybe what bracelets or when or at least you know. I never really thought about it. In terms of bracelets to be honest. I think about it in terms of going to play my best game being competitive even trying to win money and you know so but yeah i mean it would be nice to win some tournaments. That'd be fun again. Tournaments fun playing tournaments. So if i were winning tournaments. I think that that would be the goal because that would make it even spoke the enthusiasm again. Is there anything that you would recommend of outside of poker just books. You enjoy music you enjoy. Tv anything that you would encourage people to to take in. Yeah i would say anything by dale carnegie or napoleon hill definitely could things unless somebody different things that i that i look at and read but i would say the probably Positive thinking you know at win friends and influence people stephen kobe. Those kinds of things are probably you know people lose sight of that some time so i think those. Are you know to kind of help you with goal setting and and knowing how to deal with people skills that i was not always the best dad i honestly good wants to know for sure if i could go back in and really study those books and live by i think i would be had more success in and i had more friends and all that stuff so it makes sense to read some self help books and in our seven habits kind of thing you know just to just to learn how to deal with with life. Yeah i used to really turn my nose up at that sort of thing and i'm coming around on it. Yeah on the east to always read it now. I don't read it very often. Study videos and stuff you know more than meeting on reading books but there's a lot of i can't believe how much stuff there is on youtube and even free stuff and your training site and other training sites. You know so much out there that it's almost overwhelming information is out there right now. Yeah i think it's quite literally overwhelming like a lot of what i do as a coach is kind of helping people focus on on. What's important right like. There's a even very good free information that gone on youtube and those sorts of places so a lot of it is like figuring out how to how to navigate all that and both like what's important in terms of how you spend your study time and also in terms of what you're thinking about when you're actually at the table and you probably don't have quite as much but i know for a lot of people it's just like there's a swirl of all these different concepts and they've picked them up youtube videos podcasts and all these different things and then when they're actually playing they have like thirty seconds to make a decision and they don't know how to like which of these things should be thinking about. Yeah exactly people with anything. We didn't know enough to ask much. Sure it's up my head and it's really fun talking to you i appreciate. He's sharing all this. Maybe we'll be in the same place in in las vegas. I would love to say the scrapbook sometimes. This is where. I'm where i'm going with us on twitter so i already posted pictures on twitter. But there's a lot of stuff. I didn't put on their school.

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Positive. Hopefully we are. I assure you we. I've so angry at the media coverage of the pandemic in the lies they've been telling you about florida and texas. We've caught them in more lies. And i'm going to share that with you and we're gonna get into it coming up next but but one more moment of hope here one more upbeat thing to tell you that our country is not totally lost. You know this guy right. I also have a source. That says chris was on the phone with this brother. This week is your source is not is not you gotta have boundaries. You gotta draw a line. He doesn't i think he does actually all right. Brian stelter there. Brian stelter helter skelter. I think the great world calls or brian stelter there. The prepubertal voice of cnn's media analysis. That was stephen kobetski because there by the way an accidental moment of clarity. They're challenging the question of chris cuomo not having any boundaries there and And he continued stelter trying to run interference with chris. Cuomo the marginalized cuomo family there now at cnn. In and listen to this part of it conflicts. But i don't think we opened up the journalism ethics book. There's no paints for this. It's the craziest of circumstances you can imagine as my friend chris. Plante talk. show host out of dc says no page for this in the journalistic ethics books. I believe it's page one. I believe i believe it is if there is a book of journalistic ethics. I'm pretty sure every single page has some mentioned of if you have a direct personal conflict of interest with the story. You need to step away. But that's brian stelter the voice prepubescent as it sounds of journalistic ethics over there at cnn. What what's the upside. What's the good news. What's the positive part of this. There's this you know that the ratings are dying over at cnn. You know that. It's poison anytime. Brian stelter shows up on. Cnn as no one is watching his show well. Apparently it's not exclusive to cnn. The stephen kobe show actually suffered a.

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Redrawn. I don't know exactly what he's talking about. But hopefully he'll explain it at his new book andrew and the purple crayon. You're you're a little younger hip than i am I hate stephen kobe. I'm not gonna pretend. I don't i i just i hate looking into a such a phony Can you help me out with this. I realize in its first of all. I guess i'll give them credit for a mocking his friend which is rare. But can you tell me exactly where the funny parts are in that well. I don't think it's i mean sexual. Assault isn't funny to me at all. Well you can make funny funny. It's certainly newsy and topical. But i i'm scoop. This is a stuff is is good stuff he leads. You lead with your good stuff if you're a late night comedy or any kind of comic. Don't let the door hit you if it does. It should resign. The door should resign okay. Inappropriate touching off. That's that's a joke funding twenty years. The second one is a gave himself two weeks notice. Yeah as hr joke. I looked at you. You didn't even smile nodding cafa. And then thirdly andrew and the purple crayon i mean he's got a team of like seventy five writers and graphic artists and the best he can come up with this andrew and the purple crayon. What the hell. They're not good right. I think i have a a decent sense of humor. I think. I you know. I i recognize humor. I sometimes i laugh at humor. There's no humor. That stephen colbert sucks. That is just awful. He couldn't go. He could the funniest stuff would have been coarser harsher stop. That would probably put them in a worst light because everybody knows a bud like they're thinking that his audience recognizes what a sleazebag cuomo is because they play that cut and we were going to get to that because it's remarkable andrew cuomo and again these people with the whole team of advisers and writers and consultants and they think a in kobe's case they think that's funny. The door should resign. But we'll move on a move on. Cuomo colbert just annoys me. Cuomo infuriates me. Or he used to his team of advisers and consultants in you know not not talking about the twenty-three-year-old interns that he's molesting talking about these battle-hardened new york. He has a a security staff of state troopers he has like seventy seventy and including some cute females that he requested. But what is seventy cops state troopers. Doing all day while cuomo's pending the intern against the wall up in the office. What are they doing all day. They're protecting him just like they do with well. When we were we were talking about this. Would janice dean and i was talking about every day. When the news is breaking there was a state trooper protecting him on his detail and he got romantically involved with one of his daughters. He sent them to the canadian border. That sounds like a joke. That's true he's such a vindictive guy who thinks he's a mobster that's how you know he intimidates people. Ep threatens them which is in many ways worse than sexually harassing not worse than killing grandmothers. But it's worse than sexually harassing and worse than covering up the crimes and stealing money. And all that he thinks he's so powerful that you can't mess with him and a smiley happy perky. Whether lady led the charge janice dean as well as A new york. City councillor. Ronald kim whose uncle was murdered by cuomo. They teamed up. They put the pressure on. They never let up but cuomo in resigning and you know what's remarkable. This is just an observation of after more than a year of watching him. Almost daily is that manner with which he resigned was why he got an emmy was. Why got praised universally last spring spring of twenty twenty because he was an and you can go back and look at all the comments from the media when their funding all over a more. You know you name it from biden from From a cnn anchor every msnbc anchor joy. Reid they would say ho calming and how reassuring and brian staedtler ba- fawning over his style. The manner in which he talked about the the virus and he talked about the measures that we're going to take any any just made you feel like he was in control that's when they all started talking about him for president at some point you know for president when biden Whatever got sick and couldn't care to finish his term they were saying andrew cuomo would be the man there is a lot of of of receipts for people who were just falling all over themselves to praise this man. It was the same style. Same on what you call it. Come casual off the cuff. Not looking as notes. Although i think he was yesterday but generally just trying to be you know the the leader. The father figure were up there at the podium there on stage. I don't know if you remember last year at this huge stage. Because they had to be socially his daughter was up there with them but then two or three aides and probably including kathy will remember exactly who was up there but they all just defer to him and look at him with this gleam in there. I like oh. Isn't he dreamy. That same guy yesterday tried to pull it off. Tried to be conversational and it just failed miserably. It just backfired is how do you not look at that and think it's super creepy. I don't understand this like the american public who likes the idea this paternalistic person who's just gonna control your every. Move and wrap their embrace around you. It grosses me out. That's like anti-american to me. it's it's a cult of personality and trump. obviously the trump has been accused of that. But it almost didn't matter what he said or did it was like yes. He's our leader and we will follow him because we he loses power. And we know he's going places obviously. He was in his third term as governor probably headed to a fourth and maybe higher office. Maybe two it was mentioned. As attorney general in january or december whenever a biden was assembling a cabinet. They talked about cuomo's attorney general. That would be the top law enforcement official in the country and he's a garden criminal anyway yesterday and i this so bad it backfired on so badly i enjoyed this as much as anything and and gobert played it. We can play it again but it was remarkable to say that he never harassed anyone he never crossed the line. he just didn't know the extent to which the line had been redrawn. That is the most incredible rationalization the most incredible cupo. Just see. I must be right. Everybody else changed. I didn't change the same guy that he's hard. Time voiding ability. That's taking responsibility supporting responsibility. And again i'll give colbert credit for this kobe's producers credit for this. They listed some of the things that he's accused of per very credibly accused of grabbing. Someone's ask put his hand up there. Blouson grabbing their breast so in that press conference or in that resignation statement. He wants you to believe that he's from a different era. When it was okay to reach up again You know in grabbed the breast of one of your aides. Who's forty years younger than you. Who wants no part of you. Who's totally creeped out. And you're to grab their head like he did that wedding again with both hands and kiss someone sloppy kiss with you disgusting breath on their lips. Okay you're the older than me. Was this type of behavior. Okay in your time it was never okay and by the way if you got away with it you were getting away with something. That was totally inappropriate if not criminal. If that's what your father another sleazy cuomo did then. Your father got away with something that you're not getting away with there was never appropriate was never on the proper side of the line. It was always crossing the line utter sleazebag. I mean that is just. It's amazing to.

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Sit there the whole time. The man you call the radio got a new show coming to comedy central. Do you want drive. Yeah but if we get pulled over please let them know that identifies white got okay. Yes so september. Seventeenth comedy central. The show is called the gods on his truth with me lynagh. Alemi mckelvey executive produced by me and stephen. Kobe and my guy. Aaron mcgruder at ten pm. Emma partner rachel edwards is a the boss. She's the show runner ep. So i can show you better than i can tell you. Thank you. I will say this is the third talk show You know me. And my god criminal coffee Have done and i know all that was preparation for this show. And it's the show. I've always wanted wanted to do. Yeah give spoilers is not in a press release What's boilers can. I give nothing to presley's. I can show you bet i can tell you. Just follow you. Give spoilers steps saying i can show you but it's not like a scripted. Show or anything i i mean i don't know what this boilers would. Yes what's the format. I can show you bed. Knock you. I'm telling you follow follow atkins show morning. Show listen. follow at c. T. h. a. s. o. w. Follow at cd show on all platforms and subscribed to god's on this truth youtube channel. It'd be a lot of content popping up there between now and september seventeenth. Well as you look for something what you looking for truth. Honesty in reality. It's my niece. chris kaelin kaelin. Did the voice would ask about you. Know Chris galen is a radio personality and charleston south carolina on ninety three jams. She's an absolute star up on includes bonds and chris kelly the low boston mossberg montana that track you heard that was I know it you play that. Play that record in the mix. Yes yes so sloughed. Eight four three. You will respect his from here on out. Okay all right well congrats. Thank you and you ever spell the right now. 'cause they'll god's so was a play you know the play on the name cedar god yes. Th sometimes you got to stick with things. You've been doing it for so long watching too now. Nobody ever said name. Correctly ludicrous. bell ludicrous correctly. Touche now rogers. He actually opened up a roller skating palace. Just outside of la disco oasis. Last night was the grand opening and it was hosted by him. Madonna jimmy dean and liberty. Ross so that was the big shindig. Yesterday it's thousand square foot outdoor space. That's also botanical garden. It's also a roller skating ring. That also has a dancefloor. She didn't go. i wanted to. But i'm here at work. I don't wanna go a very cold friendly environment outside with feet skating. It's a disco events what they're gonna do after this is every weekend they're going to have. Dj's they're going to be out. There should be really fun. But you know. Now rogers my. That's my old boss. But yes. I would love roger just to give you a peek at his His various bank accounts. Just give me a peak lesson and you know. We'll talk about actually going to have him come up here to discuss the latest venture that he's done. It's worth quite a bit of money. All right now. Common says that he has evolved into the man that he is now with tiffany haddish and on the people everyday pat cast. Here's what he had to say. Things about relationships for me has been to light really know myself more. Love myself and be able to express the days that i want. And because i've evolved in guidance to that place. Biggest is easier to ban relationships and communicate communicate and i listened to take things and also understand. I try to do my best to understand like it. I listened to wet. My partner has to say what tiffany would have to say about how she is about something and to try to understand instead of always having to ask. Okay nice i love tiffany. Haddish deserves it all. She deserves love man. So i love when i see them together to. They always like they're having a good time and then they'll both like separate do their own thing and then come back together. I mean but it's impossible not to have a good time with tiffany because that's who tiffany like. She's always smiling. She's always happy you know. She always wants to have a good time even when she gets into space where she's not feeling well she's gonna shift her her energy immediately ship. Everybody else's energy to so slow tiff. I bernstein and president. Barack obama are releasing renegades born in the usa. It's an interview book. And that's after. They did their podcast series earlier this year so it will be a collection of candidate intimate and entertaining conversations between the two of them. Old alaba rocktile. Everybody ran wit. What if he was alive just sounded like somebody in the nose. Somebody's nose a jealous podcasters. Just the clips. That were made news. You think president. Barack obama gonna break my nose and nope any. Nobody's guy who knows got broke. Never talked about it ever. Even after he said that bruce man please write a whole book about. The president has been barracks friend at eight. It might be friends. They made up either way. I'm still telling the stories you told you okay. Yeah he actually didn't break my nose. I write and whitney houston and kobe. Bryant are going to be featured in abc prime time docu series called superstar starts august eleventh. It's episode of superstar row profile different celebrity who shaped american culture. The first person is going to be whitney houston. And it'll be told through a series of never before seen private videos. And also archival interviews of whitney houston and bobby as well as new interviews with brandish icon be be winans darlene. Love other people. They'll be profiling like kobe. Bryant and robin williams to family approves it is or do they just do it like they do some of those other documents. Where did they never before. Seen private video someone to give it to them. We don't know. And i'm so you've got to get things cleared but some of these are archival interview so as now like they don't exist already all right. Well that is your room reports all right. Thank you machinery Front page news. Next we talking about yes. Imagine you came home and someone cleans higher house. Thank god where i bought away. That's what we paid them for all the time in my house. We'll get into that next food. The breakfast club your mornings on never beat us say. Hey it's angelie don't let week here hold you back. Carol's daughters goddess strength collection. Supports here as it gets longer for here. That's fifteen times stronger after one use available carol's daughter dot com and your local retailer in v. Angela yee charlene ago. We ought to breakfast club. Wisconsin front front-page news where we start. Well let's start in new jersey in south jersey on tic tac lewis angelina that their shared a viral incidents. 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"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo. Yo go into the manatees. charlemagne guy. He's stood planet is yes it's tuesday. S right good morning. How you're feeling out there man. I'm good how you guys feel about minimum blessed black and highly favors you know. Uncle saw brother lanark Clairvoyance avant portrait poppy. Whatever you wanna call me. I've never heard any of those. No i'm not paying attention. Not at all Poetry poppy baby milwaukee of what you heard the young man yesterday okay. Ms pat hit me last night and say dan dan portrait. Who miss pats at that about you. Sir i love patents show starts doing right on bt plus hit me para my numbers younger. My new number one. Is this soon right august. I believe august. Where what we doing guys. So you have a walk lane. Charlemagne and i get to the building at the same time right so this morning we get getting the building in you know there's the revolving door to walk into the bill does right right so now. We're both staying at the revolving door. He's telling me to go. You know why why because you know you always try to get stuck with me and that guy you did this before and we look so stupid so stupid the revolving door at the same time and we gotta take the most small stepped because you're trying to get the revolving door trying to get that moment again this morning. I'm not playing with you. I'm not doing the walk into the math. Go and you know you know you go. 'cause i knew as soon as you go. Try to jump in there with me. I'm gonna play playing that game which you try doing it. He's hoping to revolve. Not all uncomfortable. Known that is not dried. Definitely did the exact opposite because we have been in that scenario before two idiots revolving door together taking small steps that stupid uncomfortable. I'm not doing that would you. This morning as having what you know and if it happens more than wednesday's no longer a mistake. That's right exactly. I'm glad you understand that space jam yet. The i i've seen. I didn't see the second space people could critiquing it. I'm like why would you be critiquing. Space jam what did that. A critique about space jam i just wanted to say they sent an amazing gift packing terry serio. Macaroni nice stuffed animals. Baseball hats toys. Nice nice. I started opening up all my boxes. Shot the bobby bones. He sent the box over. Yeah breaking bobby. Boring on national geographic. Some every sunday at tain amazon hulu by the way said a lunchbox grill and stuff. Thanks shot the bobby bones. And i got some pillows pillow cubes. I'm very intellect studying Sleep i talked to the sleep. Dr courtesy of iheart and they were telling me all different things. I had to have a good night's sleep. You know like you should sleep with your feet. you know. Raise a little higher because your back is not flat arch and so i used to do that. They always said you should sleep a few degrees colder than you think you should. So you know how like you like to sleep in. It's warm but they said you make the temperature a few degrees colder. What did they say. There's this blue light glasses. They gave me to use while i'm in bed. That's supposed to help me sleep better. If i'm reading anything in the bed or looking at your phone all these different things see. I'm just trying to sleep on my stomach. Daytime i sleep on my back like the hag rides me is something i woken up and seeing extraterrestrials standing over me just my back. I snore a little bit room to sleep on my side. I ain't got no problem sleeping. I really knock out. I'm pretty sure that charlemagne sleeping on the stomach. I thought about that. You think. I'm the i'm the guy that tried to get into revolving door him. The hearing statements like that we need to do breakfast club garage sale to not a sale but like just give all this stuff away like raising canaan salute to fifty cents stars. They sent the box up here For raising cain and we just need to like have a quarter a quarter water really eighty some type of giveaway where we just let people come and take all this stuff i agree. That's not a giveaway. Take it all right. Let's get the show cracker front page news. What we talking about today is the day. Jeff bezos is going into space. We'll tell you what time who's going to be on that trip nora. We'll get into that next keep. It locked the breakfast club. Good morning morning everybody is. Tj envy. Angela ye charlemagne to god. We are the breakfast club was front page news tonight. The suns take on the box. That game is at nine pm right. Thankfully the series three to. Y'all got tonight two sons I mean i can see the series going. Last game was amazing. But i'm not mad at the milwaukee bucks and six six. I'm not married that neither. Chris middleton bring back to the eight four three in milwaukee deserved it. It's a great city. All right what else. We got easy right well. Jeff bezos is going into space today so today is the big dates. eleven minutes. they're gonna lift off at nine. Am you can start watching the livestream starting at seven thirty am eastern and yeah eleven minutes so a lot of people have questions about what's going on obviously jeff as those is the richest person in the universe and so here's what he had to say about this. Just being a rich person thing there have been a chorus of critics saying that these flights to space or you know just joy rides for the wealthy and that you should be spending your time and your money and energy trying to solve problems here on earth. What do you say to those critics largely right. We have to do both. We have lots of problems in the here and now on earth we need to work on those and we always need to look to the future. We've always done that as a as a species as a civilization we have to do. Both basal should've said after we've ball okay after we bought. What did you basically supposed to do here on earth. I'm not looking for jeffrey. And you off person to solve the world's problems now you can donate money to people who have the answers to the world's problems but other than that. What are they supposed to do well. It's going to be him his brother marcus and the winner of that online auction so those are the people that will be going a different person. Different first person who is second kid right. The guy that the youngest person who des selfie man is seen nobody get itself you yet with the earth behind him. I see nobody on. Richard branson Flight you to get a selfie though. I just want to put that out there. This is not completely safe. So there is no absolute guarantee of safety that could be a malfunction of the new shepherd and these are sub orbital flight so it's less risky than an orbital mission. They don't have to have that extra speed to come back into the atmosphere. So that's why it's less risky but still things could happen. And it'll be Completely computer the richard branson ever land. We see them myspace. But we ain't ever see him come back then. He came back down. Came back there stephen. Kobe like today's okay back. You know i didn't see you come home parachute came. Came back down i i. I really don't understand why you know folks get so upset about. The only thing i wanted him to do is pay their fair share taxes other than that. I'm not mad. They took advantage of a.

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...

Yah Lah BUT...

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...

"Thousand dollars which was to be redistributed to aldershot Accounts our ends men on should especially. There's this just this big. Pardon me that just wants to dismiss. Read it and just laugh at how hot day trying hubert victor engineering and what the puck is. They're they're just us. Just use english. I think communication is very about than on the field and on papers just use. That people will understand. Anthropomorphized is not a word that regular people understand how to pronounce it and throw it on pommel matry and through a tree troppo matry what else it means a funny idea throw palmer three but then there's just being just uneducated indicate losers meeting scully. Everyone below the age of of the fucking and through three enthrallment three refers to the measurement of the human individual. Asylo elia is just like the measurements is like a dealer who the measure by. He's engaging anthropometric measurements bought the role in industrial design clothing designs and economics architecture western mystical data about the distribution of body dimensions in population. I use to optimize iraq's latest measuring tape bloody beijing. Okay if any anthropologists who are insulted by our bento. Here we're just kidding. We know we know that you know law thought was into all this la but it's just what we as is used by little and colonel. Avi desperately shown maybe he go- he goes enter promo threes backgrounder degree degrees. Three on this. Please let me know if you have a degree enter poetry. Lula's nor lease. Please let us know. Yeah cool but eliza was a nice light light light hotter fucking topic to set up our third and final segment call one shipping soul. So what is your show team. This week i think last week drew one of goofy topics. I i was thinking talking about. Was that you the weekend getting snubbed. At the grammys so For those of you who don't follow poco to the weekend is His basically this artists who comes of of canada who i got prominent because he was doing a lot of collaborations. Trick the rapper. And this was in two thousand two thousand nine two thousand ten. They're also about ten years ago and he was just discovered solve discovered by draken and he did a lot he would be featured on. Drake's light Early sounds like a crew love and what are some crew loving and The ones but but yeah issue his voices. What one thing about him that that you everyone agrees on his voices hauntingly similar to michael jackson's. Yeah it is and at some point you definitely can still can hear. The michael jackson is voice but the content of his songs is very on michael jackson. Necessity is very ni not. Pg is he sings about You know drug addiction. He sings about addiction to two women. Sings about things like that. So he's this and he's this interesting percent and he's he's a bit of a quiet guy he's the like out there. Social media during tiktok dancers. That much. At all i mean he still dances and performs but nine the says an and i think he he also did supermodels and all about I think this year or at least twenty two attorney. Nineteen twenty twenty. The album that he released after hours was finally like this was a coming of age of this superstar. I mean i mean he's finally hit the pinnacle. All these this is this is the this is as high as he's ever gotten and you know critics and the people fans all loved. The album is the singles like blinding lights and in your eyes and and songs like dealer so and he even made her effort to make the album thematically consistent so that every single every single music video everything appearance that he made public in past year has been consistently of him in this writ suit and and you know in this at that has fallen and going to go into a story la basically an for an artist such a as osha artist. Today when it's all about how many streams for once on gals defy was the number. One only berm you know. What is the. everything's just broken. A little little chunk like your wins the stories your your toxin so for artists to editing album in and try and create a consistent look and message and demon field true. It is something that i feel is is what was amazing things i in twenty twenty and And it just so happens that he also got snubbed and tyler by the grammys this weekend so he got zero nominations anything. Everyone is like going to bala. There's a lot of conspiracy theories well why it happened because he apparently he was scheduled to perform photograph means but he pulled up because he he was doing he agree to the super bowl halftime. Yeah so anyway. Long story short is if you just go and google the weekends youtube and watches videos and all that he's taken you know performing life to a different level in a sense that he every life of overseas during this pandemic period he. He and his creative team have worked with the host meaning. Jimmy kimmel live or stephen kobe life and they have pitched in all they have they have pitched to do almost like a live music video on the spot to perform the song. So so is like yeah. So they bring their own sets they build on set in they do pretty spectacular things like with his performances at the vm as on the ama's I am wants point for everyone but this just go check it out because i feel like this is like very rarely see at this actually going all the way into you know. 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"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Yes, this would also contribute, but if you start having race-based laws about health. Health and safety like the Oregon Law. You could really be setting people up for a for that really being systemic thing if if the masks are really useful and I am not I don't know about that, but if they are than it is unconscionable to tell these people based on their race that they are not required to do a health requirement that they are supposedly. Supposedly for our protection, it's the same logic as sure you can go protest with a mobs of people as long as right kind of protest. I saw a story that said mask work. They must be made mandatory recent yesterday. Oh, my gosh, because it's goes back and forth I can find old stories that say a different thing, and I don't actually believe it, but. If if they believe if found, she believes it if the Oregon. Legislators believe it, and if that's the common wisdom, it's outrageous to apply subjective Azam. Even in the face of science I mean that's a problem, and and I'll tell you. Systemic racism is almost always a function of policy. Yes. Not, alway and people are somehow thinking. It's objectivism. Even close. But. It's definitely the flavor of the month or year. Yes. I tell you. Okay I saw John Bolton was on. He's been on every single show right now. He's been going on the daily show. He's been gone on Seth Meyers. Go on, Colbert all of the left wing networks right so I have a theory as to why he's hitting all these networks knowing he's GonNa get these host talking to them. Talk I mean these host. You're trying to like Stephen. Colbert was so serious. Take themselves so seriously trying to challenge Bolton. Bolton's just talking down to him. He doesn't care. I think the only reason. Bolton is going on all of these shows because he has the mustache. I I think although Kobe breaks. Dana Carvey on his show on a regular basis to play John Bolton with a big mustache, and he makes fun of him all the time, so having him on the show now was it was a bit odd, but I think he sold it. Every time somebody wrote a book that left the administration or got into a conflict with trump. It's Comi whether it's Morosi whether whoever? Everybody, who leaves leaves the White House or has a fight with trump writes a book that becomes a bestseller, and it sold to those audiences, the liberal audiences I think he sees a bunch of suckers and think he's promoting his book I. Think He's enduring that to promote his book to a bunch of suckers. That's what I think that he thinks, but here's a here's something that he said Stephen Kobe said to him. So, your book would seem like it was the Nixon tapes. It would seem like the ultimate authority on what happened. Is it the ultimate credible source on what happened in the room talking about the office? And this is the quote that Bolton said he says speaking of the book. It certainly has a lot of opinions and conclusions in it, but it's done the, but these are put in there mostly to lay out the facts. Let me! Read that again. The book. Has a lot of pinions and conclusions in it, but they're put in there mostly to lay out the facts. It's kind of a mind twister, but then when you think about it, this is what I drew from it. It sounds to me like he's saying I formed opinions about various facts, and from my opinions of those facts. I drew conclusions, and that's what this book is the ultimate source which is my opinion. And that is the whole facts is facts. Truth is truth is that's what this said? Actually what her campaign saying well, let's not quibble about the facts here. We're trying to tell you there's a bigger truth. Yes! It was really interesting marches on this show. Yeah, it's called. Bear presented him as the most credible person ever then he says that convoluted things like wha-. What does that even mean it means it is not as credible as you think it is. Yeah. It sounds like it's full of hearsay, yes. That's exactly what it sounds like. What is you ought to watch that interview? Otherwise pretty funny because it's so painful to watch is very painful I really hard time with that I can't. I can't do it. So yeah, so what else is going on? I got lots of stuff by their kind of quick hits stuff. We will save for the Patriots Fifteen. If you've got another story or I do have a Dershowitz thing, I can tell you. What's your thing all right so? Alan Dershowitz was sued by Virginia Roberts for defamation. Defamation correct. Yeah, so she I guess. He called her liar and she was lying. She says so then he countersued her, and now he's trying to get secret court documents. From or sealed court documents from her case. Roberts all also sued Maxwell for defamation. and. Dershowitz is trying to get at this the this these records so that he can use them in his case. His countersuit against Virginia Roberts and I'm just wondering what's in all that stuff. Miami Herald is trying to get all of those records revealed I doubt we will ever see them all but I continue to think that. The way obscene and maybe these. These. Cases will be used as precedent to keep that stuff sealed, even though I've seen his dad and all that and it's going to sure up this ability to use your plea bargain to protect people who have not been charged I mean. It's pretty crazy to me. That extends to other people, but I guess if your child or your mom or something like that it would make sense but for a WHO Barack or Alan. Dershowitz get protected by Jeffrey APP scenes..

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"The Moon Landing Jazz trapper keepers manners South Sunny D.. Yeah, I remember. Those things are this week for remember that thing. We are talking about the office American version. I don't know that I even watch the other one. I haven't because I'm patriotic. Always Simba. Really kind of jump into it. We've got a bunch of rather than trying to. Break down. Every episode and every character were just GonNa ask some fun questions about the office. We actually talked a bunch on their podcast about the office. Some on their sports podcast. If you haven't listened will they looked at us like Wola again? Actually talks ordered so let's talk about sitting on a couch and watching TV really all right. So we're GONNA. We're GONNA. Start off with our your favorite episode. We're going to break it into three different categories. Now we're GONNA. Start with no, no rules all-time. What is your favorite office so? Okay. That's nice job, news. News usually struck. Party in down the best one. Plasma screen. Jan ruined yet. Yeah. That, I've seen the most. Think the same boat I. Love that ever have that blooper where Steve crowder. Is that seen as putting the TV into the wall? He's like if you need more room. Number. Larry Amazing. They can't get to the scene like everybody's dying. Put into law. Dinner Party, but also feel like dinner. Party is I. It's such a like everybody's favorite right, so I went with. The deposition is kind of like? One A one B his deposition that whole that whole scene where he's in the deposition, it's amazing. I watched all the time I think he was making a joke, could you? Come again. That's what she. says. What is your favorite of all time? Well, it's a it's a two part episode. Blue Stress, relief. Friendly my all time. The CPR scene is probably one of my favorite scenes. Of all time. It's amazing. The scenes of any show of fantastic. The cold open with the fire. Then you have a, don't they banned it? And then speed kill at the second part. Don't they have where they roast Michael? I think that's A. that's the and the middle. Yes just so much going on in the notes to part one part two, but those two. Top tier sadness. I picked safety training. That was my favorite. Okay It's directed by held Raymond's. How could you not like that episode? I forgot. I forgot about that. You ignorance. It's. It's just like it's the best line. Feel good on this. The answer. Ways. I love the the watermelons onto the trampoline. Understand lease car. I'll rewind that seeing I love that scene. This is so much going on in all episodes that you just wonder extra bits and piece. I think those are the ones that every watch the show I would like million times, but yeah. There's a few episodes that I've seen more. Those are probably some of the ones that we've seen the most. Now the ones I haven't seen the most are the ones after Michael Scott least 'cause? kind of held the show together. You gotTa lead carriers. Now after Michalis. What is your favorite episode? This is a hard choice. Yeah, for sure. Super Hard. I think mine is after hours. It's when they're in Tallahassee and Do Dwight anyway. The funniest part was when like Kathy is trying to like. Hit on Jim and JIM's trying to like get out of there, and then at the end in he tricks, dwight frank between he tricks right into coming up because there's bedbugs. And then he ends up staying the night with him. It was just the whole thing is just that whole episode is ridiculous among many other things with Nelly and packer jest my favorite part from the episode when he pretends, he's a bed bug and starts. Thank. Super Smug. Let's definitely. yeah, it's super tough to pick one after that, but I picked I picked. Here comes trouble. where Andy's off Capella Group, comes and visits the office and yet Stephen called bear as Broccoli. Pretty funny so. I watched that last night, and my wife and I were were laughing quite a bit during the Stephen Kobe's character is just like actively trying to steal indy's identity. visit..

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on Paging The Simpsons

Paging The Simpsons

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on Paging The Simpsons

"I was like wow use them to get some first of all. That was really fast. Of course second of all why I just. That's that's a weird move I guess to me to make merch about it. I would see if I would totally see. He's of course going to say something in some rally or some speech and allude to it. Because that's what he does. What like merge. He's just come back. Traumas weird. Take a sip of this water me too but you know what I didn't like Ooh. I was reading through the comments video. It's almost like oh Stephen Colbert Got An hour with him in guy like eighteen minutes and I went over just to confirm and yeah. He had a whole hour. Stephen Colbert you know eating ice cream like all I mean. Hold on no no but you know what form no comparing bears. Charlemagne cool bears like an actual like TV program. That's great so that's probably why again. It's probably like stipulations or something. People that follow Stephen Kobe. Okay sure but I'm saying also what you don't think that would be true but that's not how it should be handled. Everyone should be equal at least give. Charlemagne Kyo give them thirty minutes. He gave them like the little bit of time because like he had to be rushed off because had to get on or something unfortunate reality though is I think even in this day and age still. Tv programs are going to be seen as the most serious like podcasts. Youtube Like all that stuff is not going to be seen as serious. What do you mean Stephen Colbert on TV? I don't know if the interviews on TV but I don't think they're putting whole hour on TV of that. Isn't that what his show was? You will have on show an hour long interview with Joe Biden. I don't think that's GONNA show. I don't know I'm just saying I. I feel like the other forms of media. Still aren't taking US seriously as like a cable. Tv program so. That's why I guess it doesn't surprise is when he goes to the breakfast club whenever that happens dog. I want at least in our wait so this was an interview just with Charlemagne not on the club because he he why did he do a separate? 'cause the real questions and Angela probably don't have yeah but why didn't they use the platform of the breakfast club to do it? Isn't that a bigger platform? What's the point I mean to be finisher? I mean probably makes up a good portion of that. Show he goes. It's kind of like our. Oh well yeah I know that but still it's the name and everything. I feel like really okay. I mean it blew up as you can see so now I get matters like the on his platform and it blew opponents youtube. Oh but yeah. It's it's bad I just can't and it's so cringe and keeps writing on Obama's coat tails and just like I know NC. I knew that was gonNA happen the entire time I kept calling it. I'm like it's it's not gonNA end. You know he kept doing it during all the debates and everything and it's like you have to have worth on your own now buddy like it doesn't matter at like in the beginning shore you can boast your experiences vice president but when you're continuing on you're trying to fight for your spot and you're trying to prove to people why be President President and vice president then like you need to have actual like meat and potatoes you know like W- what is being vice president Obama going to do. You're not you're not going to do all the same things that he did. You know like you're you would be your own president. So what are you can do like answer questions? But it also doesn't surprise me when any politician runs around a subject. That's what they do. Hey Babe what's up? I'm bored any new PODCAST recommendations okay. We'll get ready to laugh and cry as you're about to hear some of the most embarrassing and vulnerable stories from a former Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson and an NFL player. Andrew East actually sounds amazing. Because if you know me you know. I'm a big fan of Olympic Gymnastics Sean herself. Well on the couple of things with Sean and Andrew podcasts. Some of their previous episodes include exclusive interviews with their guests like Kaitlyn Bristowe Jason Dick Sadie Robertson.

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Welcome back to the day Parma show and on today's episode. I have a former Air Force officer. She has poor decays of leadership experience. She's written eight books and is also president of tremendous leadership. Dr Tracy Jones. Welcome to the Dave Palmer show. Thanks so much. David tremendous to be here and is very tremendous to speak to someone who's very decorated. Well everything I mean stuff. I've done in my life. You know you've done ten times better not you know. I'm just very glad that your hair anyway. It's a very great and the audience will the audience were Haywire Anyway. So so you been in the Air Force. What was that by the way because obviously our night to speaks a lot of military and first responders in I got I went to the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and got my commission in June of nineteen eighty eight so I was in eighty eight to two thousand so got to deploy for the first Gulf War Operation Desert Shield Desert Storm. And the boss around. Yeah that's what should I got out in two thousand all right. So how many did spend there I was I was in for twelve years a lot longer than five to pay. But had some unbelievable deployments greatly some wonderful places to live all over the world so I thought well no another tour won't hurt not but Really your background goes much further back than then you've got very well known father in the professional in Person Debenham it weld and I've studied a lot of this stuff especially when I first joined. I was really sportsman. I Sti- didn't go. I had under diagnosed dyslexia when I was bullied and then I looked at sports as a way out you know coming from. Were poor working class background in the middle of central London and so spoke poorly fruit. It tracked quite well said that was my main thing then. Joined the Fire Service wishes dream. Come true for me and then So being kind of more in the sports world I look more curse developments as look at Dell Carnagie Stephen. Kobe was locker very common post development for promotion leadership in the Fire Service in London anyway And others other big nines as well So your father is in that realm of those people at around the same era as well. He sure state. My Dad was Charlie Tremendous Jones at. You're wondering where does the tremendous leadership come from? Exactly Start Company back in sixty five. He like you. Dave came from a really difficult background. He grew up in the deep South during the depression. Evan abandonment in his family on the Eighth Grade. Nobody had a job. He was the oldest of five so he had to have jobs as a kid to make money to put because they didn't eat. You didn't have. It is now. And he flunked out of school in Eighth Grade But that didn't stop him and he had just this incredible desire to continue to develop and regardless of the poverty the abuse and the lack of education His mantra was that. You're going to be the same person five years from now that you are today except for two things the people you meet in the books you read so he made a living out a meeting great people and writing great books and reading and reading great books. Well it was fantastic. I actually I did actually listen to a lot of tapes when I was listening to these persons betterment things and also look to. Nlp knows season lobby. It was based Around Sports Psychology Sports coaching courses from track and field. You know poverty and also for promotion at work and stuff like that so your own personal element in fitness everything all Cayden then. I found out what I went. Study a degree in politics Bottom was Think Navy forty while I was still in the Fire Service Hannah I'm dyslexic. Because obviously Pete Mega read in being done in and then I realized why I but I do find that if I know when I was at school I would have been rectified. And Yeah and she didn't know either she when she really good like and was insecure about it and then she got diagnosed with it and dad. Like like you've found sports data and my father for him. It was life insurance. It was saying you know. Sales is about human relations and grit and not taking no for an answer life insurance and so that was his way up out of what he had been born into some kids at sports and for him it was park it was sales was yeah wished. I was good at sounds 'cause Like you are written. Only one book and actually are headed to help from motivational speaker in Arizona. Wouldn't really comfortable books and he's self published so I was supposed to go I it. It was aimed to instance speak in that of finger company. Promote really a anyway I managed to get cow Burnett but this even your put your call spark which minds can fight from. We've been it's amazing. Isn't it really because it's about pointing out some of the FIS Y- bad things in your life? Fires and going within yourself to solve you know be great. Which is your book similar kind concept except when I kind of look to the books not out yet but away audience our in two months time but I looked the manuscripts which we sent him in our account Radio Australia. Twenty four hundred zero. You can imagine as some similarities but yours is more on a strategic level and I can understand why because you recently finished a leadership crisis right I just got my PhD. And that's the highest degree. And I realized at the end when I graduated people the PhD STANDS FOR PILED HIGH AND UPLOAD. A few had a few nights naturally. I heard that I heard post hole digger. I'm like I'll take it all doctor. I'm so excited. Did and it was crisis leadership and in studying this it was really interesting to find out what followers ran into the building. That was on fire. You'll later that day and which ones ran out of it. So you know in the business you were in when a crisis hits you all the sudden. Find it within you. It's already in you. So the the The dissertation and the book that follows Israeli about how you can develop this intrinsic internal hero and greatness in you gonNA come your way. Wow Su- such a fantastic coincidence as well and I said I'm ready to how lot but it looks like it's more on the strategic level. It felt like I was going back studying politics and society again but obviously more needed ship. Run A cell ahead to kind get academic. It's not an academic. Percussive is a personal debenham personal development book. But I wanted to put you know. I grew up with my dad. All these motivators Augmentin Zig Ziglar nor the I'm like well. This is also touchy feely and so yes and I'm I'm an engineer. I'm a task. I'm a task oriented person. I can't we? Can't we get a structure? Dyke isn't there a science to success. Yeah yeah their secrets. But I want that I want the processes and procedures and so really. The research really put a lot of the grounded theories of leadership along with real world personality development and so I do have it is personal involvement book but I think the greatest books that I read are the ones that are well researched and we'll grounded so I do. Have I pull a lot of different research from other areas and a lot of different books to show you? This isn't just what Tracy in her one off out. And by the way I could be completely wrong. You know what I'm saying it's a conglomerate of a lot of different up the greatest research on the theory motivation. And how do we really bring the best out in people? First of all. How do you bring the best out in yourself? 'cause you know as well as I dave talking IRA fighting within and my book the first two chapters for mark it's an acronym S. P. A. R. K. S. P. are very tactical that. Ryo a our external our strategic. You need both and so that's really would. That spark actually follows on the five chapters. Yeah isn't that green? Yeah I didn't I didn't see that. Actually I was just looking at five chapters and read in the first introductory to the chapters. I should've she looks at it. But that's amazing. We talk about it and I know Tracy just bring us up to date with everything because I read a little passage in that book to really spoke about how how you found it. It changing delayed the management of it. Because of what's happening today with with the the lockdown in the crisis with the carnivorous virus covered nineteen elaborate a bit more on them. What won't what kind of came so well what it seems like. There's been like four or five times in my life where I've gone through like four years in the Wilderness. The Israelites were there forty years. But twenty Twenty fourteen or twenty fifteen to twenty nine eighteen were really brutal years for me. Almost brother on heads. Business Ventures go south had some Internal betrayals within my own personal team and a family Lost and then in twenty nineteen lost. I'm a pet rescuer Iraq. Oh well off my phone and my mother. My dear swing weather passed away. This is from two thousand fourteen. Now this is true night. Twenty nineteen okay. Twenty nineteen was just crazy and then in October Gabe. I was working on completing my dissertation and I went for my. I am because unlike my eyes after four years reading are tired and he's like you have a detached retina so I hung again. I- surgery could lay face down and I'm like I got a complete. My dissertation mothers two weeks from going to heaven and they're like no. You can't do anything. All of this was crazy. All this was crazy in the meantime. My eye healed very quickly. I was able to be with my mother before. All this corona virus. Stop it was beautiful with me and my siblings. I finished my PhD. Got Engaged. And I got married in leader though. Congratulations thank you. One Circle Tell people you know. There's good times and there's bad times and how it works. Yeah so then I'm like Oh my Gosh. I just I just got married. So I'm Dr. I'm a Mrs. My husband is beautiful home. This new book coming out this Rotavirus Holy Crap. They can thank God. All that nonsense happened in two thousand nineteen when I dealt with it now and my heart is out dealing with that and so I've looked at the book and I thought you know what has changed is developing the greatness in you only about when things are going good and its debut as well as I do absolutely not the greatest teachers of all time. Salvia looks yeah. This is amazing. Really because Riot chapter on my book than my brother Don in a car crash. This happened in a more spaced out period. It's on that night night yet. But when I went to study Mar Dissertation Mom died from cancer but she had it before. I'll kind of expensive but it happens just before I was taking.

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

No Story Is Sacred

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

"Seen a single tarantula yet. Bro they'll get ya. It's after seven thirty right now. Oh God oh no friend from Astro crags here to play also stupidly proud of my item. Name I'm proud of mine? Come on the Astro. Crag friends is called the Astro crag which is a reference to Nickelodeon guts starring with Mike. O'malley who later went onto starring Glee. All yet he's almost as Bert. Khokar almost I'm here for your Glee Trivia. My island is called resonator because peregrination was too long. Let me have that Dumb Pun. I was going to have a different one. Where the fuck are you? And resonator is the real name of a peregrine. Tuck cause of the Lord of the Rings transferred from Western. That's a deep cut And so in their original question which talking translated into English Peregrine truck was rattener. Took which means wanderer traveler peregrine means wanderer traveler so as a cow will call radnor peregrine. That will have the same meaning. So I called my island Wrestler a joke. Nary few people look at thank you very much. Somehow Stephen Kobe's year twitches. Listen all I want is to someday meet even colder. Have him asked me if my name is actually open and for me to go look no accurate? Rosner and seeing if he can get it. Anyway you're welcome to anything on my island I ask that you not Dig Up any of my flowers. Except feel free to the COSMO's and like the panties Japan's all the time I see you planted plenty of roses. Yee's I stole them from you. Know let shirk this. You're able to access eclipse yet. So I grabbed them though. That pink one is a hybrid that. I grew all on my own. The hybrids happen happen. Oh if you plant them sort of spaced out diagonals so there's a space between though bro in the spaces between us. We do have anything else to talk about here with animal crossing. If you mean if you want to be my friend on animal crossing you can be totally. Can't be just message me bad. There's our ton of videos about it. They're adding new events. It's kind of become a cultural phenomenon. Thing it is the best selling animal crossing game it set records for downloads and reduces again partly because of the current times. Because little because not to talk about Earth Stuff but times shitty And a lot of home and were able to play games. And there's a social element because brandon just came to my island. An is stealing my shit because be glad. I'm not stealing your minerals If you know gopher I have so in my storage awesome stealing your iron. Yeah no go for it. I have so much in storage I am not hit all my rocks at either trying to gold. Aren't you piven? Yeah well I guess I'M GONNA call it here I hope that All of you out there. Are you know coping as well as you can find? Whatever escapism that you can out there. We recommend animal crossing though your. That's not your thing. We also understand noticed how only two of US are here. Yup that'll be a hell of a thing of it ever starts pointing animal crossing. It's only a matter of time. I just shut up twitching nose like Oh wait. Is that going to Click Brennan off it do? I'm so sorry I didn't even by characters now been thrown to the space between spaces and is suffering through some sort of weird hell dimension. I'm sorry I I was going to put my thing. That's I'd actually do proper ending. Let me turn off my switch while I said it as cy. That concludes our little mini sued here. Guinea other parting words. Pippen stay safe. Stay home me. Send me those turn up. Prices The stock market come on. I hear that Elijah. Wood went to fans island because of her turn up prices. He can come to your island for of inches yes? I want cabbages just so I can have cabbage guy from Avatar. I mean cabbages you can make cabbage stall boom decorated with cabbage and just not having cabbages there. Because the avatars been around. Oh yes I love it. That's a new goal. That's the thing with this game with all the DIY Design customisation stuff. You can just make whatever you feel like making that day and you know what that is the type of escapism. We need right now. Yes so from from our homes yours yes it has been said stay healthy. Stay safe And we'll we'll see you guys in a week from now with a the proper episode on Mortal Kombat Fun. Actually you need to remember to call somebody do it proper interview out thinking. I think that we don't supposed to talk about that. All of this. The Easter Egg for the people who stuck to the end on ready told me his story about the novelization without prompting awesome which I take it permission to share it to everybody when the time comes up. It wasn't that told me all right. So this is Brendan And I'm and we're signing off from this Minnesota..

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"If everybody gets it like yeah people are GonNa die just terrible. Like inevitable is notable right. So what about you? Diamond Minnesota inevitable What about you dying? What about? Somebody's sprinkling corona virus. In Your fucking Manhattan. Would you like that? It's just insane. I don't know I should be doing this right now. Because you know spun funny not funny. She's essentially cost the livelihood of. But that's the thing that's a good thing about this right. That's one of the only slight glimmers of hope the Anina. The aeneas of aligning story is that you can't get council now gonNa Council you because there is no industry council you have. Hollywood essentially come to a grinding halt shows. A late night shows are being recorded in front of Mt Studios. I saw dividend thinks Stephen. Kobe did his monologue in his bathtub. Somewhere in a bottle of his actual own apartment but no one's any nausea quitting inefficient. Any studio right. It will kind of knock down. 'cause I seem though studio was to be liable for talent contracting kind of virus right mission? These try inspiration his testing time so. She's lucky that she can't get cancelled by. It's just funny as she will inevitably would kind of lead to maybe attended management representation by and in the course the the typical kind of reply. The typical is the typical kind of flow. I think you could on. Tmz Same so routine. Big Headline Update in the subtitle. Then you have the quintessential notes APP apology right. That's obviously been Britain Central Copywriter. Maybe approved by managing whatever may be and apologies. Like hey guys as the usual kind of you know. Youtube kind of a love for the fans. I'm sorry for the way I have offended anyone for the way I've offended anyone and everyone who has seen a clip from my into gun luggage today. I that's my words. Insensitive and not will appropriate for the situation of our country will design right now. This has been a huge wakeup core Pacific. Words have that's just an insane. You needed discount slip up to realize that you have a big voice that doesn't make any sense whatsoever because the same person as saying this will be. The same person is going to go on red carpet wearing could address by fucking givenchy until you exit is because they stitch some words on it like what Am. Um so now more than ever. I'm sending safe wishes to who wants to stay safe and healthy during this time. We don't need you stay safe and safety message for. Hey whatever an individual you know what the Texas fine but the video is super super flagrant. Dvd reminds me of those. None of politics you get from makeup autism on Youtube. Where they don't really they don't they. Don't really soy saying as an exercise because they know they're finding around him anyway that the new our Disney style which I assume she is doing session at quicklime poet now waste no more time on this. I just about if you are Disney saw. You would probably be like you know what fuck. Yeah I said what I said right because you know you your friends are GonNa ride you anywhere. And it's the second video from.

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"stephen kobe" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"stephen kobe" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"So based on that information because at first you would see these spikes in activity in the rat and then eventually we get to the chocolate and you'd see the dopamine the pleasure center light up so as the rats got quicker at getting to the chocolate. You would think that okay. Well you just see this constant spike right it would be level. What they found was in the routine portion of the habit all activity dropped so there would be no brain activity. It was just basically nonexistent because they fell into the routine. They got to the the pleasure center quicker and it's the same with any habit doesn't matter if it's biting your nails doesn't matter what it is. If they put an FM our eye on you they would see that for some reason. There's some kind of innate subconscious pleasure. It's something you develop. Maybe it's a it was a way to get out of some type of anxiety such you personally but there was some. There was some kind of defense mechanism. They're in the biting of the nails that leads to a dopamine spike. Now you don't know in the routine unless you're really paying attention. What's what's generating this This fall out of brain behavior into this habit. You know for me. It happens at night. I'll walk. This is the worst thing I do now to this day. Is I for whatever reason I if if I get bored and I'm not paying attention I'M GONNA Walk to the Fridge and I'm GonNa look for some kind of bullshit food now. I may have fruit. Set out all over the place and whatever and I may have worked. I work out five days a week and I don't want to have a gut right but there's something in me to wear if I'm not paying attention. I'm going for that if I got it and I'll even and I'll even set up things you know like I`ll. I'll have a recess couple in the cabinet that I'm not looking at but I know it's there and I'll I'll allow for the reward at the end of my whatever you WANNA call it my autopilot but what they've figured out and what this book. The power of habit talks about is all the way you break out. A habit is not by. It's not by By having all these consequences you know that if you eat enough chocolate you're probably going to gain some weight well. Why don't you have the chocolate in the house? Well in that doesn't even work so so and what they and it's the same with an alcoholic not having alcohol in the house you can have. You can still be miserable motherfucker and pissed that. You're not able to drink. Because you've preventers was my go-to in the middle of the night for a long time and still is but I switch it up so like I've been buying little extra like this garlic homicide. You said the key thing and the pita so two. Am come around. But I like to have cookies. Damn rate what am I GONNA have HAMAS IMPEDE. You switched it up and that's the key. Now you take something which you always gotta switch it up you gotta put you have to put a reward there. That's what they've learned is that you have to have some kind of reward because just saying the consequences are this but that's not enough. There's no reward really accept me eating but you're you're getting a reward. There's something it tastes good to me and there's some and then eventually the habit it is chemical to because it will affect your brain right over time they'd eventually that will become habit for me. It takes three days to fall into a habit so if I fall out of the gym for three days. The Fourth Day. I'm going to get up and I'm GonNa make an excuse not to go to the gym scientifically. It's twenty two days to begin a new habit sixty. I heard. I've always heard you're gonNA find every was what I heard the other night from some clinician. So if you WANNA start something. Different like a healthy habit. It takes twenty two days before doing it to get it locked it. It's three if I can do something consistently for three days. It becomes second nature now. That doesn't mean that I can't fall out of it but I know for I know for a fact because I watch myself daily so that I don't fall into this pattern of. You're tired of working working a good one but meditation to like if I fall off a meditation for three days. I did it today so I didn't work out all week then I'll I don't slack but I can't go to the gym as much when I have the kids so I didn't go. Monday didn't go. Tuesday didn't go Sunday today. I woke up and for whatever reason I just didn't want to get out of bed groggy. Whatever but I didn't want to get out of bed and I found myself. I could always find something here right to distract myself the second. I made the decision to get out of bed the second I stood up all I had to do was stand up and there was. It was get out of bed. It was there there was just is it? It became second nature for me to go through my gym clothes on and take my ass to the gym. There wasn't even a second thought. You said you missed it for like five days. Four days four days so the four days that you missed you went to work. I did other things with the kids with the it was. You didn't just drop them off and say listen. I gotTa go to the Gym Right now. I just realized that I didn't do it. Everything is stopping. I'm not going to work. I'm not taking the kids out. I'm going to give up all my money to get a cab right now and go get some of that workout. No that's not an addiction that's a habit addictions a habit to addiction a compulsion where you absolutely have to need it. And if you don't have you're going to go get it that moment we've all been addicted of things right. I was addicted to Vicodin for two days. I was asking friends. I was trying to find money. Habit becomes addiction when the continent because all addiction is. When you it's something it's a behavior that you want to stop that you know you should stop. But you can't so when the consequences become great to that extent is that you can't stop it then. They'll label it addiction. But you don't just have it when you have an addiction. You don't just wake up and say I just don't feel like doing some drugs today. Work to get out of that. I just don't feel like it. I just don't have this all right guys. I'm just GonNa go on and live my life without a little job. This is it's a habit that's all it is a habit. It's in because just because the consequences are greater. Doesn't make it any less of a habit. I don't want to take up the whole conversation with sexually splitting hairs about the definition. I think the truth is addiction. Underneath as a habit more generally place a man had it yes me? Habit is not addiction. Addiction is addiction is a type of habit. But I can't go the other because they'll call habit forming and things are four eight and it's me and means that if I take you days right. I just have a problem with right. You know. And that's the whole point is in that which I found interesting with the Raton. Scans of the brain. Is that what we all know that? There's a cue which will call a trigger right. That's what it is. It's a trigger. You get the trigger. Then you fall into the routine and once you're heavily ingrained in the addiction. While the routine is second nature now you know and not in order to break out of that second nature habit. You have to do something for me. Not Doing Shit you know not. Writing has become a habit. It's become a bad habit. Are their immediate consequences to it. House the mastermind the masterminds. Good but I still have to force myself because you haven't made it a habit yet. No I there's other things you know what I mean. There's other things that are which we call addiction. You know the value is always going to be in there too. That's the thing that's where I can look at this and say well. This is kind of an addiction because the M- sitting and taken five ten minutes fifteen minutes in the morning to reflect in right in. That book is so profoundly. Good for me yet. I will make an excuse to go. Sit At my desk in my office of the company that I own like. I have to be there at a specific time. That's an addiction right. That's some form of addiction now. It's not visible to anybody else. And you can argue that while it's your company you should be there right. There's a lot of things I can. I can put up there but it's still addiction in a way because what I'm doing neglecting myself in this whatever this. I haven't figured out what that is why I feel so compelled to be there in. Maybe it's just that I don't want to sit down and write about myself. It might be that you know. There's there's but to your point. It is a form of addiction because I'm engaging in a minor form of self-destruction and I see I only say minor because it's minor to people outside of me because nobody else would ever notice it but I notice it when I don't sit down and write. I'm not going to sit down and write later. That day. Word is disciplined. Come in discipline is key. Discipline is key and the interesting thing I found about in what I did reading this book and watch some some talks with the guys from Ted Talks. Who wrote the book and the interesting thing is that? If you want to form a new habit you have to have a reward. On the other end of that habit there has to be a reward. A reward and Robert. Downey junior said this quote lived with me and it still does. He said doesn't matter what consequences you put in front of an addict. It does not matter. There's no amount of consequences that's going to change their behavior for the long haul. It might do it temporarily to get out of jail or whatever but you need a reason to live. If you don't have reason to live you can easily go and be a dry drunk right you can. You can be a M- I you go into the program you see people that are fucking miserable. They haven't touched alcohol or drugs in twenty years to fucking miserable. They're not happy they're bitch and all the time you know what I mean. So if you don't have a reason to live like says something a reward of sorts it's not gonNA stick with you because it's not truly a habit a habit in the definition that was put on our our page. That's the definition of habit. It's something that becomes second nature to you. You know that reminds me of that that book. That was really big in the eighties or nineties. Seven Habits of very effective to highly effective people. Yeah Coven Steven Steven covy. That's the guy who the picture that we got on our page. That's him Stephen Kobe so yeah. I don't remember much about it but I do know that was goal..

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