17 Burst results for "Steve Think"
"steve think" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah, that that one was deep in the room. He was open. I mean, he had a good look, shot it with confidence. It just somehow came up case. Audi's at the free throw line for the first time today. 57% free throw shooter takes a deep breath free throw good. 65 60. Minute eight to go in overtime. Another one coming here for Chase, and we've got to see how big a game this is for Indiana, you know their fight to try to get in the tournament. This is the monstrous game for them. Now they're free. Throw for Chase on D Ginny is good. 66 60, Northwestern minute eight to go in overtime. J. Saudis with £16 tops and top of the three point line and there is a foul on top and he's done. Miller cops fouls out. Exactly one minute to go in overtime. Yeah, he found he bumped him. Franklin's really put it on the deck, and he's creating a lot of problems for northwestern him, and he's been making his free throws. Three of four terms. Got eight. Room seven of eight man There's a lot of free throws the free throw line today, Indiana They've had 26 attempts to the Wildcats seven. A minute to go. 66 60, Northwestern. Franklin at the line two shots. Twice. To Franklin. Sophomore Free throw good. 66 61 evidence you makes this It's still a two possession game here. Gets I understand the attack. Second free throw good. 66 62 Northwestern. One minute to go in overtime went out quickly, they'll file I mean, obviously they're going to go for the turnover first steal. Was in finance to inbound gets it Booth brewing in the quarter. He's gonna get trapped baby bounces. Allah thereto, a Dijon. He's fouled. Durable. I had a flashback to the Pittsburgh game. It was on the other side of the floor. Boo! We get double team. He lost the ball They scored, ended up winning and it looked like he was gonna get stolen again. They saw these right back at the free throw line here. 54.4 to go. You think we're going to hear any of Chicago's afternoon news after this game? Steve Bertrand was standing by in the studio, but Steve Think we've got the rest of your show covered here. 66 62. Dish at the line a one and one Free throw up rose out. Rebounded by Indiana four point northwestern lead 50 seconds to go on No tears. Franklin Pounding the dribble. Distracted a bit by Nance Pull up 15 footer. Nobody gets fouled by Greer. Hello. You have a chance to get Indiana within to make your free throws down the clock here, you know well, and he's just made two and then he missed that one. That's going to be right and more unlucky. They're gonna fall again. But next time he would, it would be double bonus. They have nine fouls. Here is Franklin at the line. Free throw good. He looks confident up there, doesn't it? Yes. Aaron was in. He goes out Young Dam Square on the Asian buoy for the Wildcats. Another free throw here for Franklin, and it's good to point game. 66 64 44 seconds remaining. They really don't have to find No, not now. To dance inbounds to do it. Now. Indiana drops back defensively.
"steve think" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"I swear to God like if you if you played a random song, I could tell you that's Leonard skittered. Yeah. Okay. Something we would not speeding though it song it is I just throw a CD on your sit out by the Campfire and you just listen to it. It's just good music I? Don't need to know I. don't even know what the book and Drummers name was some way it knowing too much about it takes purity of it. It does it takes away from the experience. It doesn't affect me I've read hundreds of books on this Bruce doesn't. Hurt my pleasure at all. Maybe I would enjoy bruce better. The subjective experience better for me not not knowing all the loot mushy details phone go ahead but cycle. Leonard Skinner being, Steve Stream at. least surprising. News Mall. Time. When you look at. The new no, not really I liked concert you went to but that was more just because the the opportunistic I, like the presidents of the United States of America which you like by. Lump okay. I like candy I like peaches. Does that whole album pretty you know the one listen to that album. So you know you like one out by them. I had it around a kid. Now let's do it I. don't go don't actively go out and seek music I. I just don't like music. Yeah. Two CDs when I was a kid one of them was the soundtrack to make. What was the other one? I can't even remember like corn. Freak on a leash or something. Quite this election. Well thank you for the. Thank you. That's interesting. And Black. Getting Jackie with a in question is still low up, they are seven, seventy, four, your material. I forgot the tweet. Joke rating issue would. So. I'm at a movie theater and I know you're in st where recently talking the top going and gutter and things like that. So I'm down in Florida. There's a sign posted that they are not allowed to. Layer the butter in the popcorn. There were so many complaints they had to put up signs that we are not allowed to Lehrer buttering popcorn I'm I'm good. Then I'm I'm passing I'm all set. Well, I looked at the concession stands employee and I said, you're kidding me. Speaking of the joke. So salty about Steve. Cheese. Gaza colonel, truly. Joke isn't there. Hello Hello Hello. I would question for podcast Jesus. This is he him he would talk with you. And with a capital. while. You're giving intern Justin job. It seems Kinda unprovoked. No one's really ever said anything good about him or his work why think of I hired him, it would frustrate Mike to some extent. Okay, that's a pretty good point. No No, no. Just J-. I think is a lot of. Behind the scenes stuff just he works really hard. He's a good kid super loyal again isn't have a job yet. What I'm saying is I want to figure out a way if he wants to keep working for the show because. These Mike because he's a good guy, what's your issue with Justin? How do we have the Justin? Oh I know this of pathetic, but I used to enjoy listening to making the fans. As. Just kind of. Shoot. Agree as. I have criticisms of Justin as a host of Justin fans making the fans. But you know maybe he'll learn on the job able find somebody else to do maybe Michael Come back and do it. But right now Mike's not here. So. Who Want who do you prefer to host it while Mike here? Gina fans that enjoy. Okay. I mean I think Justin Right now. Well, don't you keep the car for Awhile Steve Think so I mean there's only one way to get better behind a microphone suspend time behind a microphone that's it and the, and he has a lot of guests on he keeps it moving. You know I love the infomercial the show last week I did not but you know he's he's trying. I think he might be better off just perfecting the behind the MIC stuff. Yeah. I have actually a merchandise recommendation as well that I think would sell out real quick. You've ever see the t shirts for like they're like jerseys but are t shirts. Needs some Dexter Maine. Big Steve T shirts, jerseys get work that thank you Steve Get to work. No comment. Oh, we can do it. It's never going to happen. I sent you the thumbs up on a couple of those right you did. So we're GONNA come back with some variations within those designs. Different colors sounds good. So I like I like the the hoodies as well, but I don't know that that. In that, we're get some variations within that type. Good. Hello. And what's up Kirkman? Gandhi. Here you. All right hey man do last night. I had a bad night I decided Sean what the insight on like what I was supposed to do because I feel like I played it wrong. All right. Good. Dude right. So I a roommate who's girlfriend comes over all the time I buffalo chicken tenders like five bucket nights in a row. And they were in their room at my. Really. Close to their room and I was like must've been four or five times jobs pissing my fucking ass I brought two candles in that fucking place. And I was scared about the flame. The methane was so bad like lit up another bic lighter I thought I was going to blow up into a million pieces. But what am I supposed to do to prevent them from listening? It seems to me handle the I might turn on the Faucet. But also have you I mean the courtesy flush which podcast Jesus is always evangelized. Of course, the other have you tried the burnt match trick or have you tried like a salad? Piece of chicken just a regular plain piece of chicken I don't know. I mean, this guy's got biomass a fucking talks. How old are you? Twenty seven Oh God to be twenty seven time before I had a fucking bypass. Three months. I would say if you're gonNA continue your diet. Quick. kersee flush. Maybe can run the FA. Do you have a famine? You're in your bathroom? I have been ACP blows it right in my face. Do the match trick you know what you could do. You could actually turn the shower I'm in steaming up in their. hot steamy, Buffalo Chicken Shits me he's trying to I think he's trying to evacuate it a little bit quiet for his for his for his roommate. Yeah. I. Mean Faucet works to are they complaining Drinking too there have there have been drinking. So his girlfriend is going to have to P and I don't want it to be like right when I close the door and it smells like shitting there was only one. There's only one bathroom data.
"steve think" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"You've done it again. Take a bow sir. Take a bow like you now. Before we had a break wanted to mention. I wanted to talk a little bit about it. Piqued my interest earlier when you're talking about tiger in his gum chewing and I got to thinking about Tiger Woods and worry as where is it the stage of his career and to me. I think it would be a good idea like I think you'd pull in some pretty strong ratings. If you had like a column on a separate channel for the stars of the game like like right now on NASCAR does that if he had some kind of a scenario where this I don't like tiger is always going to be the story right like what if you had a camera trained entirely on tiger but with also him miked up so you're hearing the conversations he's having and when woody hear him chew gum if that if that and he's talking about his next shot and he sees next shot and he keeps walking you hear them like to me that would for fringe golf fan. I would say that they'd have a hard hard time deciding what they wanted to watch more. Tiger Cam Tiger TV or what's happening elsewhere on the course well. It's it's interesting. You bring that up steep. I Brad Fritsch did that when he was on the web. I think that they might them up one time which was a terrific thing for Canadians to get to watch that so it's been it's been done before but it would be great. It'd be great to see that so Steve Think about this. What what would be the coolest exhibition sports thing you would ever get to see so. It's a it's a made up deal. I'm team sports or individual well individual. I'm thinking skins game right. That was pretty cool when they started doing that right. The people tuned in and was for cash one of the best ones ever with Freddie couples and Mike. We're we're playing together. It was in Canada and they switched clubs right for Mike. Whereas left-hander switch clubs whole there's all sorts of stuff okay so how about this don't roll your eyes because because I know the great one so Wayne Gretzky and Brooke Henderson play Dustin Johnson and Janet Gretzky I could do with a Janet it. I'm interested in the other three. She's a really good Golfer. Though okay sort of a family thing Steve Brooks is the you know you don't like Oh. I thought it'd be good. I've floated that one of the great one in fact it was his idea. Maybe you can talk about it on the show and see it flies. The only thing that got you know obviously people just WanNa. Come out and see them play but it would be really cool really cool. I just want to have an I'm just seeing abused a theme there of gay greatest in their sport in Gretzky greatest in the sport and well read the top anyway and Brooke Anderson Right at the top in Dustin Johnson. I I need like another female component something along. I mean one of the best events ever that Wayne get for years was him Bret Hall Marylou Played Mike. We're in their best ball against hits and it was speaking maritimes I did on on Cape. Breton Island in a little town called bedeck right where there's a thousand people live there in three thousand showed up to watch the thing travel there to do it I would that would be one of one of my tops. I'm a golf nut. No I wouldn't mind that that that'd be pretty cool. I just I think I would replace Janet with all due respect of course with somebody who is elite in another sport sport who is also a very excellent Golfer that would be my that'd be one change. I would make in this fictional get together if it's a Canadian tien all right Janet by marriage now is married to a Canadian guy. Dozens of son-in-law Brooks is the Best Golfer of of all golfers so what you're saying his by marriage. She's married to a Canadian guy. I don't think that that doesn't count she she. If the end of that sends was she became a Canadian citizen because because of that then I don't alright beyond what might be up there now if someone thinks about it they might think of something with Bianca. Oh yeah anyway if she can golf all the all day long on that one great call now. We've got a family story that I want to get to here in just a second here but again. I want to remind everybody that the show is brought to you by some really good folks like Popeye supplements. We all tend to feel a little guilty after a pound back those greasy snacks big plate of Bacon..
"steve think" Discussed on Ring Time Pro Wrestling's tracks
"The talent with different places <hes> the ho- could heal her which might be the single biggest challenge for both companies to really all but get get goofy goofy g._p. Studios it. We'll see what happens. We find out it pat will start paying. We'll start cover. Restless hotel costs and expenses what travel tours so. I think they're going to pick this up in las vegas. They did this previously just just they do with anthem. I guess that hasn't been thing but now estimates go to start doing it. Just another perk which i think is helpful. One thing i'll i'll give credit for lately is retaining talent. I didn't think it was going to be a rotate your grace but she's there as she sat a long term deal moose. They kept him on roster kept him down. We'll see what happens with tessa bashar really really like hey bit. They allow people who i think have definitely got interest probably from other companies that just w._b._z. now because a._w._s. ws out there and they got pockets so for them to retain talent. Still i always marvel at kazooing. We have criticized for a lot of things. I be stopped coverage for a while but hey i appreciate the lease so we'll talk about that <hes> jon moxley with poor from aid of your this this weekend so he won't be a star cast ask three. He will not wrestle at all out <hes> he has a mercer infection. Basically is a staph infection. I've dealt with mersal before. It's no joke it's pay for. It is a lot of antibiotics and stuff like that. She just it's bad heart goes out to hope it gets better. <hes> do hate these business. Pay per view is the first pay-per-view company but yeah. He's got going to miss so just happen. To who would that be a said. We've cursed back down. We've covered raw so let's go. Let's do this. Let's takeovers and did you buy overview. Wisdom fights per se saturday took at two pm it afternoon if you board the turtle u._w. Network it exceed takeovers go down as for cardiff which i think is in wales but just be he's still part. You don't kill you to get back to five maqsood. I'll give you travis bakes dr i. I don't really know a lot of background but i probably will say travelers bank. I mean dr sorry. I until five live does whole again. The tag match that gibson james drake who've helped out tag team division over there for a while <hes> we'll take all bark angels f. flash mortgage gallus in a triple threat bax. I think gives it a drink so that's easy. Dave steve versus joke coffee in the last standard back defectors last bandstand give your heart is hard article us a date with steve think guys rugged it rough..
"steve think" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"So this movie is based on a vigil game. Right. Anybody play this thing. I played the old one for super Nintendo a little bit. I rented at one other guys isn't for me. Idea. What this is is like a like an Aladdin thing the platformer that I played which was you know, like, you know, your to to decide scroll right was very jumped heavy. The graphics are pretty cool. The gentleman was wearing a turban at the time. But when I was reading up on this on the on the way in here in the in the office of the early outs. This game prisoners time relaunched the series is kind of an action adventure kind of game. Park court type shit. This may be like a tomb raider like hind gang. Young going dungeon, your puzzle. Because it does the beets are very game. Like like, a lot of modern blue great point Chris cabin. Speaking of tomb raider. That is our bonus episode this month on dot com slash we hate movies another requested to video game movies pulled out. Lara Croft tomb raider the first Angelina Jolie tomb raider. Yeah. And I think just like that movie this movie also proves we gotta stop adapting videogames. We gotta figure something out. We we do it. I mean, what the fuck are we doing how hard can it be to adapt videogame? What we did it once well with board games for clue. But we yeah. We really haven't done it yet with this. I I'm games. Yeah. This was this before warcraft came out, which somehow made money or enough money. This was the highest grossing video game movie of all time of doing including warcraft came out and this made like ninety million domestic Bill three hundred hundred million with a two hundred million dollar budget, though. So it's still a total failure. Well, yeah. Video game is our failure craft man that was bad. I will defend that new tomb raider, though, we get into writers probably the best of the bunch which is sad. I still think mortal combat. That's that's that's my that's I think that's kind of the gold. Standard. It's like steal the plot of different movie, and then filter your videogame through it. And that's your movies. So interesting how I hated that movie in the ninety and now, I guess it's probably the best because the bar has been continually pushed down farther and farther that when you look at mortal combat you're like, wow, what a masterpiece and if they can just in the camp zone, but not to the point of like what the fuck Areva do it with Mariel brothers. That's movie almost unwatchable. You guys are complaining about Jake Jilin hall being cast as an Iranian prince. Yes, Christopher lamb bear in mortal. Some white face. John Leguizamo Planina talian. Casting all these moves the worst offender of the malls. So we open on a picture of the desert, and we get some fucking papyrus. Like we're watching the documentary where Michelle Rodriguez did does Iowa which is the documentary. I watched last Rican by the way now is this a fake documentary? And it's just TV special hit on blue makes people like Steve think, it's a dad sixty seven minutes, which you know, the red flag right away is it's by this rich guy. He's like, oh, man. The movie made by Richard. I'll tell you guy's Richard. It's fucking hilarious. It's guys like him in what what even is existence, blah, blah, blah, did Iowa with all my rich friends, the most famous of which was Michelle Rodriguez for no reason. And did easy rider to. No. But he did he in the nineties..
"steve think" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I got to they got like jesse evangi sticking to dinner really wanting to nine away probably have sex with steve to why else would steve boyfriend go i'll tell you what let me break it down for y'all because steve really did the steve thought that he had this in the man steve thought that he was this was this was it he was going to get that as because what guys thing men and women they they they got games they play with each other and they have misunderstanding miscommunication and they don't read signs and signals to all the time but with my man steve here he thought that he was going to her with the romantic getaway he's gonna get her at the hotel even though they probably got the same room they got two beds and there but steve's thanking but we know especially when she sees coming out the shower topless with that towel round my my waist all i need is distance where she can't get away i love how turn into fifty shades of grey yours when rain fan fiction no a lotta guys think that this mentality is distance equal six mentality is like if you if you plan a trip for girl if you put working to it and especially if you pull her away further away from her conference own away from home your favorite fast to stay like well we're stuck together so there's no to us but both of you know it's like dan just like billy brooks.
"steve think" Discussed on X96
"Repair dot com as we had boehner candidate number one k mike lunches layoff you do needs doull's mike pence as wife mother mother pence i said his he has a bit one of his but you know as relates to wind danny as kind of a vice he likes to drink those non alcoholic oh do the irs he has a supreme pizza thin crust okay so that's one good thing about a i do like a him cross should a left it at the end to duels uh mother helped me border candidate number two was i committed a mistake not a crime the governor of missouri as the show me state in it they were accused as well he's accused of donald too much me accused of blackmailing a mistress and boehner candidate number three what steve thinks his funny is not funny a lieutenant in the um jackson county sheriff's department says the locker room talk by the sheriff was awful bigoted and racist and just demeaning in general to everyone and he's gone public with it the sheriff sheriff steve rand says i i don't recall saying any of that stuff even though there there is a recording of him say i don't recall seeing that okay i as he marty was the two winter the boehner tshirt lordy and number three is the winner what steve thinks he's from he's not funny had now of course goes on to round or to the final round of boehner on it the news volkan theme music and going here sorry but a ruled friend chris van ochre former li of channel four television how many years we were channel worship chris something i started in essen i started no of entry scorer and before that you were for a few years channel 2 before that now and then most recently semi recently i was in columbus ohio and then you came back after route columbus ohio doing pretty similar reporting that you had done heroism politics zia politics and you came back and decided on going to retire.
"steve think" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Greece before flying to egypt in the finally flew there and uh it was an amazing experience i'm so glad i went there i'll never forget crop walking across the wall from jerusalem to tibet for him first time i did it it was scary going into palestine and then after that after spending a few days and palestinan i realised what's what's more scary about it is it's a poor country uh you know that's there's a tenfold difference in per capita income from israel to palestine there's a lot of hard to grapple people lot of soldiers in the streets keeping the peace and everything and uh but there was nothing dangerous about it i just was afraid at first i was afraid to go to iran we almost left are big professional peavy cameron athens and when it with our little sneak camera thinking people would be throwing stones at an american film crew from the streets to run got to toronto's that i swear any run it was the friendliest welcome i've ever received with my film crew as were working uh the theron is a city of ten or fifteen million people i think can um we're a lot of traffic jams and uh i'll never forget we're stuck in traffic jam and it's just silent and finally the demand in the next car asked my driver to ruled out his window he passed over a bouquet of flowers and he said uh please give this to the foreigner and your backseat and apologize for traffic i just thought that never happened here in seattle where i live in a traffic uh traffic jam but the iran has that sort of um warmth in in in beautiful person to person um um luckily this that you wouldn't know if you didn't travel there and that's what i just love is that dividend egypt of actually going there whether it's uh you know whether it's guatemala or the you'll catan or morocco or or sri lanka are so many great places we can go to do with travel as a political act ah i i just collect my favorite experiences from a lifetime of travel like this in hopes of inspiring americans to go beyond orlando we love it's a month before we can let you go.
"steve think" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"I also like tower some that pride was also shown in things like an appreciation of cheese and how that change your perspective on how he's could be hidden igf huddled around like that burke that's a great example you guys and uh i always use my experience as a tour guide and a travel writer and europe is just sort of uh the classroom for this and uh you know when i grew up i was piece was no big deal it was orange and the shape the bread you know here you go cheese sandwich and you go to europe and and these european cheesemongers nearby evangelical about their cheese going to like in france he going to achieve shopping and uh it's just a festival of mold and uh uh i'll never forget this threat talked about a couple as a political act via the cheesemongers tummy as this american cultural bumkun you know in your home is your come over here any he picks up a moldy want of go cheese and he takes it deep with that he goes all spelled its cheese it sounds like defeat feet of angels seems a little over the top but but you know even long before that as a tour guide when i was a kid doing you know vagabond mini bus tours round europe and a passion for exposing my americans stinky expensive cheese you don't need to go home have fancy taste and cheese but it is good to know that a lot of people do and you have that option and uh to me it's just humbling i i just love to shake up my ethno simplicity and mike cultural selfassured nece and realize that this more than one way to deliver lives and uh we can really learn a lot and it was just a joy for me to to just kind of collect all of the most um fascinating and and uh impactful experiences i've had in in a lifetime of travelling out of my comfort zone hanging out with people find different truths to be self evident godgiven and and collect all those experience in my travel as a.
"steve think" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"He's the word for addicted it is in slaved they don't see these people as criminals that need hadn't cups lawyers cops they are sick people that are enslave too hard drug addiction they need compassionate counselling and nurses and uh in those countries they don't have the overdose deaths that we have they don't have the incarceration rate that we have and they don't consume more drugs than we do they just deal with it in a smart pragmatic and compassionate way so these are examples of ways that we can learn from our travels and make our country a better place it's interesting to observe those differences now a one area where we might all have certain things in common that i thought was very interesting is you know you mentioned being impressed by the level of pride and perhaps even surprised at times at the the national pride from place to place well these are the fun thing uh that i've been able to put in to travel as a political act and and when my publisher was telling me we needed a reprint the second edition i said old off because there's in so many changes i want to rework it for the new third edition as far as pride goes for dealing with this whole america first thing and title is a native is um and brags it and and air to god and there's all these changes in these this turmoil in the political landscape both in europe and in the united states and we can learn from that i mean we're looking at failed countries uh in the mediterranean basin that when they fall apart if got millions of refugees heading for europe well think of the failed nation you've got libya you've got syria you've got iraq those political borders were drawn by a european colonial interests a century ago.
"steve think" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Every day uh whether it's the importance of uh separation of boskin stayed like we have separation of church and state or whether it's important in the case of the other liens compared to the united states if not legislating morality uh legislating morality uh that's a very important issue and did you know we might learn about that in in school but to actually go to a place like the netherlands and and talk with people who say you know a society has to make a choice tolerate alternative lifestyles or build more prisons and you americans lock up ten times as many people per capita as we do here in the netherlands either you are an inherently more criminal people are there's something screw about your loss now you can't dismiss that we lock up ten times as many people here in the united states as they do in europe most of europe and uh uh and it is because we're really quick to legislate morality and uh and we incarcerate people to solve our problems where is in europe they would rather have a system of uh pragmatic harmreduction when it comes to prostitution nobody's can say prostitutes is a good thing uh but i think that you can look at this challenge in a pragmatic harm reduction kind of way and realize that it's going to happen one way or another in the why don't we uh legalize it than regulated and blood prostitutes have their union and a required that they get a medical checkup before they get their licences not passing diseases and organizing in the way so when they have a dangerous client and they push their emergency button they're not rescued by a pimp but the rescued by the local policemen it doesn't work quite that nice but that the uh the ideal and that's what they're striving for in the netherlands it's quite impressive same thing with the drug problems in the united states got this opioid crisis well they've had that crisis in europe before in fact the two countries that have the most progressive laws about their drugs hard and soft are the netherlands and portugal in both of those countries were responding a decade or two ago to an opioid crisis and they decided to take that marijuana out of the equation and gained credibility for their law enforcement tim and uh in those countries.
"steve think" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Yes i am at my mom talks about that same experience watching the moon landing in india and and it is it was such a global phenomena since nine eleven you've and travelling and giving this talk travel as a political act key tell us what it means to travel as a political at yeah i've been teaching like mad ever since february or cure might look travel and i didn't have any grand plan but i've been out there for decades now and if i look back it does have kind of a natural progression or evolution back in the 80s it was for me all about budget travel cheap trick i wrote a book called europe through the back door and i was teaching people you know how to catch the trade and packed light and get a hotel in a nice meal and that's all important stuff and that's the foundation and i i see that as canada the lowest rung of where you could think of as many slows hierarchy of travel needs if you remember masol's hierarchy of human needs an end in the nineties i figured well we've cut the train and we not a packed like stay safe and healthy now let's pizza about enjoying the history in the art for travellers history now the culture that's really why we travel and i wrote a book called europe one on one and my my passionless for teaching people to appreciate the culture and then after nine eleven i realized you know the pinnacle of this masol's hierarchy of travel needs is inspiring and encouraging an equipping americans to get out of there comfort zone begin empathy for the other ninety six percent of humanity and that's what i've been teaching a lot since then in fact uh i'm i'm going on a on a road trip here in the next month lobbying 25 cities given this talk about how we can travel as a political act and and that really means a again getting other for comfort zone uh uh gordon south of the border gaining an empathy for the other ninety six percent humidity and coming home with what i think is the most beautiful souvenir that's a broader perspective and uh you know mindset where you're more inclined to build bridges and less inclined to build walls are we had so many more questions for you rick but before we get to those let's take a quick break.
"steve think" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Yeah well i had a lot of beautiful experiences and that trip and i much i think when you're referring to his i was in the park can also by and the palace and uh i remember my parents were just trying to make me happy in lavishing me with love and attention and i was kind of a at a you know as a typical fourteen year old kid being dragged on the family vacation and i remember looking out in that park and it was just speckled with families and they saw all these parents loving their kids as much as my parents loved meet and it occurred to me wow this world is home to billions of equally precious children of god and uh that was sort of a choice for me it's got me out of my ego in ethnocentric kind of a trap and it open be up to just a a passion for better understanding our world later on that same trip i was um it's 1960 nine and i was on the carpet up by norwegian relatives uh living room and bergen and we were watching uh neil armstrong step on the moon you know one small step for man in one giant leap for mankind but i heard that in norwegian do the a of all my norwegian relatives like just really just ecstatic about this and it occurred to me it's wasn't just an american accomplishment this was a human accomplishment in the whole planet was excited about this and i thought in the united states the people were really into waving their flag but uh from a planetary point of view is was just a huge great thing for for all of us and these were little moments that i had in my childhood that contributed to my outlook and i've spent my career encouraging americans to basically go beyond orlando to to get out of there comfort zone and and broaden their perspectives through travel and uh i'm very excited about that hope value of travel.
"steve think" Discussed on DLC
"I hope this momentum continuous it's been a it's it's it's had a big new patched the changed up a lot of stuff so who knows but armed i'm doing while i play the game every day it's routine you think once you master hot steve think you're gonna move to like a doda to or a lull no hey i will never master the it's my game it's my game i mean i respect the fact that the player bases of both those games are much larger and the sort of profile of those games as much higher but you know you brought up like oh yeah the character from diablo yeah i love diablo i love world of warcraft i love hearts stone i looked at arbor your blizzard kid i love the fact that when they announce new character i know where it came from your they just announced fire bat than latest cardiologist entered the do here's the storm on tuesday far back from star craft it's awesome like oh my god he has the same sound yeah you know lined the lines of dialogue from the other games and i love that i i'm i'm i'm in i'm a i'm a total blizzard fan boy so liver does a great job at that hour you at place commissaire joffo yes and 'bout you christian now was it last year i went not this year overwatch has been the only thing that pulled me end star kraft is like it bruins too many of my college friends a academic careers couldn't it i was able to stay away eligible to stay away but man they do it they do it right you know they know how to play off of nostalgia and to refine the a game type in a mechanic that someone else's may be done first and i'm super excited i i don't know we didn't talk about this at all this year jeff a terms of like predictions but i wonder if we're gonna see that mythical next blizzards thing this year i mean.
"steve think" Discussed on KGO 810
"I think the terrorist attack process nation i guess kazue he that they'd be as to be directed at him so i i go with that i think it's going to be the very first episode he dead right away they don't wanna deal with it a bit in the first ten minutes he's dead yes sir you're not gonna be walking what i say yes if you knew its marty past the commute and say they're going to kill him off immediately he's not going to have any speaking rolls he's not gonna be onscreen they're gonna have to deal with that unless it's gonna be like oh no charge is this whole season flash by on steve thinks it suicide why suicide stay bull because i think what you said his uh his vein that we'll make him kill himself therefore nobody else no no that he the target the now his vanity his narcissistic behavior he himself is bigger than everybody else though he can only kill himself interesting yeah i see that he slipped it what's second shawshank redemption when they're coming for the warden right and he kills himself i was shot those guys and then let make them till may death by police is what i would i would never still myself to vein i think year so i would have little can wisdom you know what our group of little boys his cue from last carveout hailed kevin spacey clear just kill them and then the whole add the whole season isabelle husband but then he got a show at sea that's a thing now you don't really can still are poisonous ban in the back of a had anybody gay lack of him coming up i saw mommy kissing santa claus okay with some fat guy outside of a motel six so what do i do now when your parents breakup over the.
"steve think" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"The average for the year now has wedded to perform for the quarter okay in small companies were up just shy of three percent two point seven okay so what would we do with all the hey i'm not done yet yeah us because now is going to get fun okay wayne t developed markets all right so we got different countries here well steve think is the highest performing country for the quarter limit the i'm going to give the netherlands oh no the netherlands and there wasn't a bear yes the netherlands were up about eight percent that's pretty good austria last year eighteen percent for austria has close denmark fifteen percent finland thirteen percent zealand 11 percent the reason why i'm sharing this with the everyone elon because it's in possible to predictive predict that austria who's going to do eighteen percent in the time utecht i already mughal my assets to austria emerging markets all right so emerging markets would be chinataiwan mexico peru turkey grease poland south korea check report public egypt things like that what do you think is the highest apoe 4 mean emerging market country brazil brazil had no that was at the bottom a kit safe greece now i was just there i should raise rates so i'll much bad news do hereby greece a lot here's what greece did over the past quarter 34 percent in one court in one quarter really 34 percent hungary it's because they went on a cruise and spend a lot of money exactly and just hope that gdp if we raise the least 10 percent the big as vague trinkets through my goodness yes just killed that right there i think because.
"steve think" Discussed on Peace Out
"How many people live and go to school at work here every day now let's think about your city or town how many people heads animals cars moved through the city or town and i'll think about your province our state and how many cities it holds including all those people and animals buildings and firearms and forests in parks rivers and lakes now let's expand our view other like resuming out with a camera how many provinces territories or states are in your country can you imagine just how big that is now let's move back a little bit further how many countries fit in your continent there are seven continents on planet earth africa antarctic asia australia oceanic europe north america and south america within each continent there are millions of people billions of animals thousands of lakes and streams and rivers planet earth is huge but it is still a tiny speck compared to the side how many planet earth steve think can fit in the side three hundred five thousand eight hundred thousand it would take one point three million earths to fill the size of the sun one point three million that's alive when you're ready slowly left yourself at two seated position facing the this cuss her legs if that's comfortable for you.