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No. 7 Ohio State beats No. 10 Utah 48-45 in wild Rose Bowl

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00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

No. 7 Ohio State beats No. 10 Utah 48-45 in wild Rose Bowl

"In in a a Rose Rose Bowl Bowl classic classic Ohio Ohio state state defeated defeated Utah Utah forty forty eight eight forty forty five five in in the the game game that that saw saw twelve twelve touchdowns touchdowns the the outcome outcome was was decided decided on on a a field field goal goal by by Noah Noah Ruggles Ruggles with with nine nine seconds seconds left left in in a a record record smashing smashing performance performance Buckeyes Buckeyes quarterback quarterback CJ CJ Stroud Stroud threw threw for for five five hundred hundred seventy seventy three three yards yards and and six six touchdowns touchdowns Jackson Jackson Smith Smith and and Jacob Jacob and and Marvin Marvin Harrison Harrison junior junior each each had had three three scoring scoring receptions receptions Utah Utah playing playing in in its its first first Rose Rose Bowl Bowl game game scored scored thirty thirty five five first first half half points points but but only only ten ten in in the the second second half half mark mark Myers Myers Pasadena Pasadena California California

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Back-to-back: Young gives Alabama consecutive Heisman wins

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Back-to-back: Young gives Alabama consecutive Heisman wins

"Sophomore sophomore quarterback quarterback Bryce Bryce young young was was awarded awarded the the two two thousand thousand twenty twenty one one Heisman Heisman Trophy Trophy receiving receiving six six hundred hundred eighty eighty four four first first place place votes votes giving giving Alabama Alabama back back to to back back winners winners for for the the first first time time in in school school history history young young had had a a spectacular spectacular season season turn turn for for four four thousand thousand three three hundred hundred twenty twenty two two yards yards and and forty forty three three touchdowns touchdowns young young becomes becomes the the first first Alabama Alabama quarterback quarterback to to win win the the award award and and the the fourth fourth has has a a winner winner for for the the Crimson Crimson Tide Tide since since two two thousand thousand nine nine Michigan Michigan defensive defensive end end even even Hutchinson Hutchinson came came in in second second while while Pitt Pitt quarterback quarterback Kenny Kenny Pickett Pickett and and how how state state signal signal caller caller CJ CJ Stroud Stroud came came in in third third and and fourth fourth in in the the voting voting respectively respectively Mike Mike Moriarty Moriarty New New York York

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"stroud" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on The Lead

"Ohio State's ever had, and we're starting to see that. So Bill, a lot of people might not realize this, but Ohio State actually has two 5 star quarterback recruits sitting on the bench behind CJ's Shroud. Kyle mccord and Quinn ewers, you recently talked to Ohio State head coach Ryan day about why he likes to sort of hoard so many blue chip QBs. So what did he tell you? Yeah, I sat down with Ryan in his office just before the season. This was in August. And he does it differently. There are a lot of programs that will go every other year when they're trying to recruit a quarterback. And that makes sense, right? You have your starter, you bring in a guy a year after him, half him sit for a year develop and then he becomes a starter. Just chooses to do it differently. He wants to bring in the best possible quarterback. He can bring in every single year. You say okay, let's just bring one every two years. What if you're wrong? How do you know? That's what I do for a living. I mean, how do the guys in the NFL? They don't. How do you know? And if you're wrong, you're in trouble. And I think it baffles people a little bit how high seat is able to accomplish that. They do have a good track record of development. So I think that the cell is that you come to Ohio State, you can develop. You have the potential to become a first rounder. Guaranteed and the focus has to be on. I don't want anybody to leave, but I mean, maybe that happens. So that's where it's at. But I think the guys know that they're going to be developed here. And there have been times in the past where quarterbacks have looked at Ohio State's room and said, you just have too many people there. But I think it helps him that the Wayne Haskins was the first round quarterback certainly that Justin Fields was the first round quarterback. And even if you don't end up playing for Ohio State, they can even point to the example of Joe burrow, who is in Ohio State's program for multiple years and developed there, and then went to LSU and finished all that development and it became the number one pick in the NFL Draft. Coming into this game against Michigan state, depending on who you ask, the top three contenders for the Heisman Trophy were Alabama quarterback Bryce young, CJ Stroud and Michigan state running back Kenneth walker. I think you'd have to say that walker is probably now out of the running after picking up just 25 yards on 6 carries in the game Saturday while battling an injury. Bryce young, meanwhile, had another monster game for the crimson tide on Saturday, throwing for over 500 yards and 5 TDs, taking all that into account Bill, where in your mind does the Heisman race now stand? I think it's a two man race right now between CJ Stroud and brace young. There are certainly other players that are worthy of consideration. Breaks young's teammate will Anderson might be the best defense a player in all of college football. And honestly, it might be the best singular player, but the nature of the Heisman trophies, it tends to go to the quarterback who grabs the headlines on whatever the best offense in the country is that you're in the two best offenses in college football or Ohio State in Alabama and they're piloted by CJ Stroud and breaks young. I don't think CJ's had the wow Heisman moment just yet, and part of that is the nature of his game. He's not a guy who's going to make a lot of plays in the open field. He doesn't run all that much. He doesn't even scramble all that much. He has a really good offensive line as protected and well all year, so he does get to just sit back there in the pocket and kind of pick apart defenses. But I do think over the last couple of weeks you've seen CJ kind of come to the forefront a little more and I think there are intricacies to his game, his vision is anticipation his accuracy is understanding of the concepts of the offense that should be taken into account when you're trying to figure out, okay, what makes this guy special? And I get it can be hard to separate that when there's so much talent around him, but.

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"stroud" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on The Lead

"So Bill, I believe this is your 8th season covering the buckeyes. During that time or even before, I guess, have you ever seen a game this lopsided between two top ten teams, a game where it was essentially over by the end of the first quarter and was a full on embarrassment by halftime? No, I have not. I'm not sure there have been many games like that throughout the history of college football to be quite Frank. Ohio State has definitely played some games that have gotten out of hand that quickly. One of them was two weeks ago when they played a ranked perdue team produced with number 19 at the time, and that game was 35 to 7, two minutes into the second quarter. So this was a similar kind of deal against Michigan state, but Michigan state was almost a top 5 team. This was a team that I think a lot of people thought was a bona FIDE playoff contender because of its body of work coming into this game. It only lost one game to a very good Purdue team. It had beaten a good Michigan team. I think you could have felt comfortable about Ohio State ultimately winning that game and it was a three touchdown spread. So you figure maybe they went comfortably in the end, but to be up 35, nothing sort of in the blink of an eye. I don't think is anything anyone saw coming. Well, I think one of the recurring themes of our conversation today is going to be that there's a lot of praise to go around with this Buckeye's offense. But I want to start with two of Ohio State's touchdowns that you wrote about after the game. And what CJ Stroud in particular did so well on those two plays. Can you break those down for us? Sure. The first one was a 77 yard touchdown to Garret Wilson, where if you just kind of watch it live, it just sort of looks like CJ Stroud is playing catch with a wide open receiver. Running free will catch him the lightning strike. Two possessions two touchdowns. 77 yards. But if you sort of watch it from a different angle and watch it from CJ Stroud's point of view, he does a lot of work there where he starts off with his eyes to the left. He looks at a shallow crossing route and in doing so, he holds a linebacker in position that otherwise could have perhaps jumped in front of Garret Wilson CJ Henderson and a really tough spot. Watches, you know, he gets his eyes on a receiver, Jackson Smith and Jim bone coming over the middle. And by CJ doing what he did with his eyes from the snap. He created an opening there to get garretson the football and then he did a similar thing later in the game on a 43 yard touchdown to Chris olave. Wilson's in motion. A fake it to him steps up delivers downfield. Touchdown number two for number two. And he did the same thing where he started with his eyes to the left. He looked at his tight end, Jeremy record, and in doing so he helped a deep safety just shallow enough to give Chris olave space to get behind him and then CJ through a really good ball. He sees Rucker to tie in. Just enough to the left. They're 88 that slows him down and allows Obama to get behind him. But the reason I highlighted those two plays is because I think with all of Ohio State's prolific playmakers, it can be hard sometimes to quantify or even single out the ways that CJ Stroud has an impact on that because it does seem at times that he's just throwing to wide open receivers. But there is a little bit of a sophistication to his quarterback play that I think it's lost sometimes. And I get the sense that that sort of thing, like knowing how to look off coverage to sort of open up passing lanes for his wide receivers is something that he really takes pride in. It is, and he tells his receivers before every game or even in practice he said sometimes they'll tell them if you do your job and beat your guy off the line or scrim, I'll do my job. I always tell them before every game or every practice anything. I'll just tell them you beat your man. I'll beat your whole players, which are basically like safeties and things like that. So I mean, my job is to hold them and move them, whichever way, 'cause I mean, they're kind of glued into my eyes. You know, it's not just the receiver doing his job on every play. And I think sometimes people just sort of assume that's the case. The quarterback still has work to do even when really talented receivers are winning their matchups off the line of scrim. And more and more CJ Stroud is doing that work in a way that's allowing Ohio State's offense to be as explosive as it is. CJ Stroud has this incredible trio of wide receivers in Garret Wilson, crystal lave and Jackson Smith and jiggle. And Bill, you wrote about how these guys actually do some prep for games outside of regular practice hours. Can you tell us about that? They do, Garrett Wilson shared that last week heading into the Michigan state game. He said that CJ Stroud will be texting his receivers on a Monday or Tuesday when they're kind of just getting in to their game prep for that week's opponent and he'll text them a little nugget of something he picked up while watching film on his own. I mean, he's really special. He's texting me, you know, I can't think of a weekend. He takes me during the weeks and look at this, do how he garden this. We gonna make him pay for that or something. Something like that, you know, along those lines. Something maybe a tendency that an individual defender has or how a team in general guards a specific concept that Ohio State will try to run that week and we're going to beat them with this this week. We're going to make them pay for this. We're out on field and we talk about every ball. We just thrown. So if we miss it, you know, he's coming over if we catch a wheel. He's coming over how you like that one. Is that all right? I mean, he's really special. They go out there and probably play a little better because there's just a trust there that's built between all of them. Do you have a sense for how unusual that sort of thing is? Is that normal for a quarterback, especially a freshman quarterback to be breaking down film and texting his buddy wide receivers on a Monday? I think it's probably normal for more experienced quarterbacks as you alluded to for a retro freshman to do that. A guy who has really only played 11 games or ten games excuse me this year because he missed one game, and he didn't play much last year. I think that is a pretty mature kind of attribute for CJ Stroud. He was a cerebral quarterback, I think, in high school, it sounds like he's just taking that to the college level and use that sort of steadfast preparation to take him to another level. And frankly, keep up with what's around him. So CJ Stroud through his preparation through his filmwork through doing extra things away from the field, I think, has really helped himself. Well, the ESPN broadcast team let viewers know multiple times before and during the game that Michigan state actually has the worst past defense in the whole country. So it's probably not a surprise that CJ trial put such a hurting on him, but his numbers, Bill were just silly. 32 for 35, 432 yards, 6 touchdowns, almost all of that in the first half. But beyond this game, can you give us a sense of his performance over the course of this whole college football season and how you've seen him evolve? Yeah, he struggled a little bit, I think in the beginning of the year. Strand. Over the middle and complete, which is perfectly understandable because he is a retro freshman who did not play at all last year. There wasn't normal development last year because Ohio State is practice schedule was thrown out of lack by COVID, so it made sense to me that it would take time for him to build something up and I think there were always flashes, strong. Underneath. Jackson Smith and jiggle. And CJ strong. Puts it on a dime. You look at the Oregon game that Ohio State lost. I thought CJ was really good in the middle of that game, but when it came time in the end, it kind of makes a big time throw as we came up a little bit short, and I thought that was a fair criticism of him. On the move strand delivered. Intercepted. But the criticism, I think, went beyond that. It went to the point where CJ Stroud the right guy to be starting for Ohio State. He's in a hard spot because he gets compared to his predecessor, who is Justin Fields, who is one of the more dynamic athletes to ever play the position. CJ's not that kind of player, but from a pure passing standpoint, I think he's going to be as good as any quarterback.

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College Football Playoff picks after Week 12

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

College Football Playoff picks after Week 12

"Coming into the game Ohio state was ranked number four in the college football playoff rankings Michigan state was number seven in looking to show it deserve better but by half time it was already no contest Buckeye quarterback CJ Stroud had thrown six touchdowns we had a great week of practice the preparation they did some good things on defense so we knew we had to be prepared for and really everything that we thought we were going to do without a doubt so it was good just to come out there and execute a high level by the end Ohio state had registered a fifty six to seven blow out in addition to the sixties style too for four hundred and thirty two yards and positioned himself as perhaps the

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Stroud throws 5 TD passes, No. 6 Ohio State routs Purdue

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Stroud throws 5 TD passes, No. 6 Ohio State routs Purdue

"Moving to nine and one on the season the number four ranked Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the nineteenth ranked Purdue Boilermakers fifty nine to thirty one at home Ohio state after one half lead forty five to seventeen scoring on their first aid offense of Dr Gerry Wilson in his first game back from injury collected ten receptions for a hundred twenty six dollars and a fifty one yard rushing touchdown on a jet sweep as well Ohio state quarterback CJ scribes also terrific throwing five touchdown my job is to sit back there and deliver them also I mean when they get to play fast and and then go do the things so on the off line on the fly with we go better is often spotted at despite the loss of your car make a no call for Purdue played well during the nearly four hundred yards and four touchdowns Maxwell Kongolo miss Ohio

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No. 6 Buckeyes hang on to win 26-17 over struggling Huskers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

No. 6 Buckeyes hang on to win 26-17 over struggling Huskers

"CJ Stroud threw for four hundred five yards and two touchdowns but C. F. P. number five Ohio state needed a couple of late stops to preserve a win at Nebraska twenty six seventeen strat completed thirty six of fifty four passes but threw two interceptions after having gone four straight games without being picked off of course we had two turnovers which were blaming my fault but I mean I feel other than that we played really well definitely we gotta start executing and finishing drives a few but I mean for the most part of filling his office Ripley will the Buckeyes entered the game with the nation's leading offense but it managed just two field goals in the second half as she was eight one overall and six in one of the big ten following its twenty fourth straight league win I'm the ferry

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Henderson, No. 5 Ohio State hold off No. 20 Penn State 33-24

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Henderson, No. 5 Ohio State hold off No. 20 Penn State 33-24

"The number five ranked Ohio State Buckeyes picked up a hard fought thirty three to twenty four victory over the twentieth ranked Penn state Nittany lions Ohio state's treatment Henderson struggled much in the first half the thing is with a hundred fifty two yards rushing touchdown Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud passed for three hundred five yards and three touchdowns a thirty eight yard strike to Chris lobbying in the first half Penn state's Sean Clifford threw for three hundred sixty one yards through the air but two turnovers one of which was a former covered by a high state and returned for a touchdown Maxwell come Columbus Ohio

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No. 5 Ohio St extends streak with 54-7 blowout at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

No. 5 Ohio St extends streak with 54-7 blowout at Indiana

"Ohio state's explosive offense was on full display in a fifty four to seven win at Indiana running back Trey Veon Henderson had three touchdowns in the Buckeyes total three hundred fifty two passing yards quarterback CJ Stroud passed for four touchdowns Ohio state has won five straight games by an average margin of forty one points and is now six and one overall and foreign in the big ten Indiana has lost three straight and falls to a win for the conference Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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Stroud throws 5 TDs, No. 7 Buckeyes bury Maryland 66-17

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Stroud throws 5 TDs, No. 7 Buckeyes bury Maryland 66-17

"On homecoming weekend the number seven ranked Ohio State Buckeyes beat down the visiting Maryland Terrapins sixty six to seventeen the first eight offense to drive through high state resulted in eight straight touchdowns Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud was superb totaling four hundred six yards passing and four touchdowns but to make it really helped me in the model line does a great job of keeping publicly she was a great job of crazy separation ties are great are blocking a person's original one basketball will I mean I just have to do my job my part senior wide receiver Chris Alabi piece together seven receptions a hundred twenty yards and two touchdowns on the day including an incredible thirty yard touchdown catch in tight coverage midway through the third quarter Ohio state's defense also contributed their fourth consecutive game with the pick six Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio

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C.J. Stroud throws five TD passes, No. 11 Ohio State rolls

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

C.J. Stroud throws five TD passes, No. 11 Ohio State rolls

"Ohio state quarterback CJ Strela the eleventh ranked Buckeyes two fifty two to thirteen blowout win on the road it rockers after missing last week's game with a shoulder injury Stroud was seventeen of twenty three for three hundred thirty yards throwing for five touchdowns receiver Chris Olave caught five balls for one and fifty two yards into the scores rockets quarterback Noah Vedral threw for one hundred fifty yards one touchdown but couple that with three interceptions the Buckeyes moved to a record of four one on the year while records lost his second straight game after starting the year three you know Mike Moriarty Piscataway New Jersey

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Verdell, No. 12 Oregon Stun No. 3 Ohio State 35-28

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Verdell, No. 12 Oregon Stun No. 3 Ohio State 35-28

"A mid season enter conference ranked match up in between the third ranked Buckeyes and the twelfth ranked Oregon ducks in Columbus Ohio ended with a thirty five twenty eight upset win by the visitors the game became an offense of slugfest with one thousand one hundred seventeen total yards combined between the two schools but Oregon won the rushing attack running back CJ for dell and Travis dye combined for over two hundred yards on the ground including for dell seventy seven yard rushing touchdown open up the second half Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud impressed with four hundred and eighty four yards passing Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio

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"stroud" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"So let's jump into this week's episode. Today is another segment of how I lead where we're talking with a leader somewhere in this world. And today, that leader is Melanie Stroud, how are you, Melanie? Good. How are you doing, Kurt? Very good. Now you're sort of halfway famous as I tell my kids that I'm halfway famous. You've got to play the Mormon. I'm sure a lot of people are familiar with your voice. You live in surprise, Arizona. And so maybe people aren't as familiar with what you do online. How do you introduce yourself? Okay, my name's Melanie wellman Stroud and I have a podcast called come follow me for us. And I had been married for 23 years and got divorced in well actually like the second week of come follow me for us. The second week of the podcast, my divorce was final. But in the fall of 2018, I was having a really hard time. And, you know, I'd been a stay at home mom for 23 years. I had 5 children. This was my life and now all of a sudden I was gonna be divorced. And not only just divorce, but not a mom, every other week. You know, every other week my kids were gonna switch, and so things were really hard. I went and got a blessing from my brother in law and in the blessing, it said something to the effect of you have a talent, you know what it is. It's time to share it with the world. And I was like, I don't even know what that, you know, and I got thinking and I thought, well, people like to hear me teach lessons and speak, you know what firesides and stuff. And so then one thing led to another and someone said, well, you should start a podcast and I went and got a microphone and talked in my closet, you know, I love Jesus. It was just really weird talking to nobody. And so I kind of just put that away..

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Ohio State Buckeyes QB Quinn Ewers Has NIL Deal for $1.4 Million

The Sean Salisbury Show

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Ohio State Buckeyes QB Quinn Ewers Has NIL Deal for $1.4 Million

"Quinn years yesterday signed with a marketing company. Think it is a three year deal. I think but it's one point. Four million so is african about a half a million a year and he doesn't have to fly around and do a bunch of commercials. he's also got he got sign. Autographs started you said again. Cj stroud he is a freshman. Okay so richard. Just as freshman has to be but he was on campus. Last year he was he was there last year. And look at it but this list. Just reheat away. They might not be listed the regardless. He's got two years to start if he holds a job. Which may mean when yours doesn't see the field for two years yet it's almost it's one point four million. He's gonna be a hell of a player they've got four guys were four or five star players in their meeting room. Yeah redshirt freshman. Cj is gonna start and you've already is the guy who's eighteen year old freshmen in in yours. Who should be a senior in high. School is making more than stroud is by a long

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College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

01:20 min | 5 months ago

College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll

"Okay like i said earlier. It is the ap top twenty five came out just before we started alabama number one right where they left off last year. Oklahoma which finished sixth last year's number two. And then you go clemson three ohio state. Four georgia five. I can't imagine you're surprised. A who those five teams are any bit any surprise about the order. Not really Maybe like i. there's a lot of people at least in this case a lotta. Ap voters who are probably buying on alex grinch in the defense. They're certainly buying in on Spencer rattler 'cause if you look at where he was a month the season coming off that texas game i'm not sure people would have been as sold But again clemson lost terrific quarterback terrific running back and you know their defense question mark. So i don't know the you look it's it's interesting though. Like ohio state has a lot of guys to replace. Because we think it's going to be cj stroud as we're taping this podcast about an hour ago ryan day said. He is getting more separation. From the other quarterbacks we know they have really good receivers that the replace a lot of guys on the defense and the defense wasn't all that good last year.

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"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

04:41 min | 6 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"A pledge special. And then i also have on the pbs stations. It's all this all presented by american public. Television on the pbs stations With less droughts wild harvest and this is an extension of survive men in a way focused entirely on. I take you out. And i show you all the local wild edibles stuff. That's on on your lawn right outside the room. You're in right now. Or wherever there's a closest anything growing take their plus we go further afield show you all the local wild ingredients that you could harvest. And then i'll bring one or two or three home. And then i give them to chef paul rogowski from calgary alberta and hatreds into a five star meal. And so you really. it's nothing. it's not about survival. is it One of my points is it's a lot of these plants all i know them for. Its surviving now. Paul turns into this amazing dish. You know whether. It's dandelions or fire wade or sometimes we go we we've had some some meats In the show as well Here and there even did roadkill. Oh you did interesting. What was it well the longer story. It's simply we went out to go harvest. Mushrooms pine mar mushrooms monster. And we did that day. Oh huge amounts amazing on. We just pull out of my driveway in the middle of the road. Laying there unbloodied unbroken. Just obviously been clipped on the head while turkey abroad at home still warm brought it home and we show i and i said okay. I i know look roadkill. Sound it sounds repugnant. But look what we made honestly. It was the best turkey. I've read my life so right so that's a less jobs while harvest on public television Surviving disastrous with les stroud on public. Television my new book. While outside for children ages anywhere from seven to fifteen and then and lastly for anybody who actually doesn't mind on music at all. I might my big rock progressive rock album that features slash and steve vai called mother earth I'm putting it out on double double vinyl album coming up very soon. Oh cool busy. Busy busy for sure. Always well you know. I in all fairness here and truth is that i thought this conversation will completely different than it did. We didn't talk hardly anything about tactics and strategies and survival and all that stuff. Well isn't it important conversation. We went deeper into some things. Yeah next time but the conversation we had was great. Suffice it to say guys if you really wanna know about survival tactics in the strategies lessons your guy. So there's plenty information out there and now you get to see a different side of him in some deeper conversations and thoughtfulness that we had today which was good. I think who at my friend lead the questions and you can see if you leave me down those i. There's things that i left to talk about. New brought a lot of them up today. Are i mean there. You go my conversation with the one and only les stroud. I hope you enjoyed that. Podcast and that conversation as much as i did. I'm really trying to be better at this. Conversation listing and almost in a way. Allow you to be a bit of a fly on the wall or even feel like you're participating in these discussions because i've got access to incredible men like less than others and i want to make sure that i'm empowering you with what you need so please let me know what you think about the show. Good bad indifferent also reach out to less shoot him a message on instagram or twitter facebook wherever he's doing the social media thing and wherever you are and let him know that you heard him on. The order of man podcast. 'cause you know i like to get the credit for that but more importantly than that. I want these guys to know that you listening value what it is. They have to share and say so connect with less check out his youtube channel. Where a lot of videos and information is and resides. And i think you're gonna learn a lot. Not only from him. Regarding the subjects we touched on today but also deeper into the survival world tactics and strategies which is something all of us should be working on to some degree or another. Our guys would that said please leave. The ratings and reviews goes a long way. I don't care where you're listening. If you're doing an i tune stitcher pandora. Iheartradio pod caster app. I don't know whatever wherever you listen to. This thing just lead the ratings reviews youtube. Make sure you're sharing this. Take a screen. Shot blasted out sent a text to somebody blasted out on the socials. Let's keep growing this. Grassroots movement reclaiming and restoring masculinity. I'm going to keep bringing the goods. I ask that you return the favor if you would by leaving those ratings and reviews and then also for you. We've got that free battle ready program. Would you can check out at order. Amend dot com slash battle ready dot com slash battle-ready. Our guys we're going to be back tomorrow for the ask me.

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"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"May very well end up finding myself sitting across from jimmy fallon. You know which. I did by the way or eleanor's which i did i don't wanna be sitting there and have them say to me. So what was the like that that night when the tiger came in you know and i'm going on it was all a bunch of crop. We made it up. I'd i said i'm not going to be that guy no way i don't want to ever have to be because you guys can all walk way. I'm the guy on television screen sitting talking to somebody supposedly being an honest man mojo in. So that's what the transparency comes in. I think it's easier to be transparent as far as absurd. Definitely over the long haul. Because you're not having a trip all over yourself stumble over yourself or get caught and all these other things and not to mention the real motive which is just being truthful to yourself and being able to look the man in the mirror right in the eye and be okay with that. Yeah and none of us percents. Every single one of us has regret and rental things. We've said regretful. Things we've done and i remind myself of this fact on all the time if i were to be critical to someone else is to remind myself yet. Don't forget about you. Don't forget some of the crap you've done you know And and i honestly i don't think that'll ever change. I think i think to to my grave. I'll be someone to toeing around the the temptation to even just fib the temptation and i will again. I will sit again. I don't think all lie again outright. Now we're now we're getting new nuanced really slicing it up but you know what i mean like you know and i just i think everyone should understand. That is none of us. Okay on the fan of the avengers movies and so what are the great lines. I just i just heard from loki was with. There's one thing that i've learned in all of this. Is that nobody that is bad is truly bad and nobody. That is good is truly good. I thought damn. I wish i said that. Maybe you can rephrase it or something like that but the point is well taken well s. I really respect you. I appreciate you coming on. I know you've got some projects. You've got wild outside. Which is the children's book coming out you've got the surviving disasters which is the pbs. Is that a. Is that a documentary or a series. What exactly is that. It's actually a pledge special on american public television data. They do the pledge specials you can phone in and you can so they highlighted for that it will be back on august for a couple of weeks and then they keep putting on every few months as a special. It's called surviving disasters with les stroud. And this is a a documented instructional piece if you will on how your aunt and uncle who live in.

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"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

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07:55 min | 6 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Wants to do it. So i've already suggested another way. But he wants to do it this way. Okay go for it you know. Obviously we're being we're being the protectors. Were making sure that there's no danger involved in stuff like that but control wonderful that you've sent did that We'll have to make sure we get you. Copy of what outside for. Oh yeah. he'd be all about it. Well you're you're also touching on something. I wrote down here. That i want to address with you. One thing that. I think you do a great job with is making sure that you don't show only and exclusively you doing everything right and correct and accurate. Use seem to be so well rounded and confident enough that you're willing to show some of the things that don't work out or the things where you made a mistake or step in the wrong place and i really respect somebody who can show that well rounded picture as opposed to just the just the highlight reel just to hear out moments right exactly. Well thank you for the wonderful comment a complement of of well rounded and I think And confidence yes. There there that is they are in my skills as a wilderness individual adventurer if you willer survival there however the motivation behind it because if you watch the survivor episodes all am really doing. Every single episode is teaching teaching so we had to leave without survivor man. You don't have. The rest of the industry comes to survival. Tv you don't have alone naked. Afraid members as ryan without government when they happen because they saw how successful mine had become. They didn't endeavour to teach anything not really they were looking for sensationalistic things in the different survival books. As you guys go one now entertain entertain us right so their goal was not to teach mike goal was to be from the beginning to the end and still has to teach and we all know that failure is a great teacher. And so if. I had something like if you said to me. Hey let's have you ever heard about starting a fire with a pop can and piece of chocolate. I've heard that you could polish wash it and do start a fire. You know so. I did that on one of the for example. I do not practice that ahead of time. Anything that i could do that i only just heard about. I'm like i'm not gonna practice it. 'cause if i practice it. Who am i on guru guy look at me. I'm good at everything i do. I don't practice it and i fail. You see it basically live sort of thing you see it live right there. Okay i blew it. And i have my shelter burned down. I've made some crappy shelters things like that to show that that you know. That's what you're gonna do. You're not going to get a fire going time with a little twig and some thread. You're gonna fail so you might as well see me fail. Because if i fail now you can see me. Get out of the best. I'm in okay i failed. I don't have a fire tonight. And i've spent all my time on the fire. I didn't make shelter. What am i going to do now right. And and now we have. What is real drama. What's really going on. And that's that's why i love. I love showing failure that way and and quickly. I'll just say that with the father son conversation and father daughter conversation when my kids asked me any question. I always answer honestly even if it's painful. Obviously there was a time when i filtered for age a little short right but for the most part if they asked me dad you do this or did you ever do that and i knew the answer was yes. I'd say yes and then that would become a two hour conversation right. Because then i could explain myself in why and this and that and and And so yeah. I think he said the same. Sorta philosophy is like as a father showing my kids that yeah i. I'm a failure to have lots of failures in my life. But i'm still going well. One of the other powerful poor points of sharing the truth and sharing the failures in the setbacks as well as the victories is you're setting up realistic expectations for those who are trying to lead. So the people who are following you and watching who may want to get more closely connected with nature or get into survival scenarios. They're going to see that and have a realistic expectation versus just assuming that everything goes right and then when they find themselves in a dangerous situation they don't they don't keep themselves protected or they think shitty of themselves because well you know like everybody else. I follow along with just perfect. So what's wrong with me and integrates. I think a confidence issue. That doesn't need to be there unrealistic expectations absolutely and i think that goes all the way back to one of your very first questions. Which is why women versus men in wilderness situation. I don't think women have those big expectations but his men right. I'm going to have the best fire the best shelter. I'll probably even catch a gross loan that we're all these students on this weekend of survival. They're gonna see. They're going to see how i do you know and i don't think women go into it like that. Do you find that along the same lines that women are more willing to ask questions than men are because of the reason you're explaining right now. The reason why. I'm pausing is because the short answer is yes but the might has its hesitancy is because i'm not that guy i ask everybody everything i have. No egos hey. I really getting this how to do it like i have no problem asking. I rolled as well i do jujitsu od role sometimes and you've got be a pin me and four seconds. I'll top out there and same thing case in point for example my personality such it's there and let's face it. They all know who i am. They all know that survive in our club right now. Of course the bad part is i've got a lot of thirty year olds who are ripped and and a blue belts and they want to. You know they want to make survivor. Taps like target at this point but a never afraid in those classes to go. Can you show me that again. Because i'm not getting where my arm supposed to go. i keep why so. I have just never saw anyway. I'm being meandering bottom line is i'm not that guy. I have no problem asking questions. All ask for directions. Here's here's my. This is not going to endure me to any women who might be listening. But my my my one. I think i only have two moments in my life where i'm just blatantly sexist and i am very sorry but i don't apologize at the same time and one of them is is asking directions. I kinda two thousand times i will. I will not pull over to ask a woman directions anymore every woman. There's a so mad at me right now. i know. I'm sorry. But i've tried so hard and just like men be pretty bad too. But if i'm gambling or look for a guy. Yeah yeah well look. I think we all have those moments in those things that that were were dealing with. So again i appreciate the transparency and you sharing all of it. I'm transparency is the thing about the transparency and myself and the candidates is it enables me to be mean it means that i never have to come back at you and say oh did i say that before i never. I don't ever want to be in that position. You know we will early on. I was asked to cheat survivor. Man that's how these shows created. Because i refuse to cheat my show. What do you mean by cheat. Have a crew build the stuff sleep in a hotel every night. Fake the whole thing got it. Make a show And i remember the first time i was asked and i looked at the guy that producer guy. I said listen.

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"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Let's expand that into if they could be in nature you know with forget aromatherapy you walk in the woods there's a billion chemical combination cetera. Bombarding you what i love about. Nature is whether you like it or not. It's working on you whether you go in there with a worst mood of all vindictive and angry you know 'cause like i have to take down my ten platform because the billions specter says. It's too big right now. I'm mad about that like walking in the woods. Just twenty feet to the right of my ten platform. I feel better. So you know i it. It works on you whether you want to or not. I wanna just hop back on one point. We made about about this idea. Finishing and competition goals some appointed. I'd like to make a lot and it's for all the men and women out there listening and whether you're sixty five or twenty five or everything in between just remember this about your big your concept the goal you want to achieve the thing you wanna do. It's yours and yours alone to complete. You can walk in a room and say here's my idea. Everybody let's all work on this. But if you walked out of that boardroom. it's gonna most of the time those things. Just die right on the vine. I'm not suggesting. I'm not saying if you're a boston. You're giving directors directives and orders. I if it's your idea you're the one who has to complete it because you could. You could sit in a room with some people that are really good at the thing that you wanna do. It's still up to you to do it. And this is the thing we forget we think. Oh you know. And here's what i want to say. Here's how i want to put this won't be vulgar. But i do want to put it this way so that we took that i make my point. Your mom your wife your brother. Your sister kids friends who mattress support. You might even lend a hand. They're gonna encourage you but they don't really give a crap whether you finish it or not. They really don't have their own lives to work with worry about their own goals their own things to do. They're working on this on that. Oh you still. You should do that less. Yeah yeah let me know if you can hand but they truly in the end. Yes even your mom and your dad. They really don't give a while. I just want you to be happy dear right. It's it's if that but that thing that's bringing you that you want to accomplish. It's just you it's just your so if you're not gonna do it it'll die on the by forget about you might as well. Just throw it away. 'cause with all the good talk around you and everything that's all lovely but it's still up to you to get up in the morning boston moving to make and to complete it to finish what you started. Most people nobody else out there cares whether or not you finish what you start. I have an amazing wife. would i adore. And who is the most supportive human being. I've ever been with but she's not going to browbeat me into finishing what i started She's going to be disappointed. When i know right right. That's true it's interesting. You say this. I just had a an exchange an amicable exchange on social media from a gentleman who seemed to be the way he worded his his comments that he was complaining that nobody was his corner and nobody was happy for him or supported him. And my thought and response was why is your action contingent upon whether or not. Somebody's happy for you. What does that have to do with anything. Try to satisfy yourself. That goes back to the selfish contribution that you were talking about earlier at first. I think it needs to be that. I want to feel happy with myself. I wanna be fulfilled. I wanna feel good about being a man of my word which you alluded to as well absolutely. I would say the same thing. I'd say dude it's again. It's not about them and they don't really care. Yeah that's that's that's this is okay. So here's my insensitive moment where i'd say yeah suck it up. They don't really care right. So do you want this thing or don't you. You really want it okay. Are there mentors. You can talk to that. Know how to get this thing. Is there a book. You can read it. Go listen to tim ferriss. I don't know you but but but suck it up and again. I can be accused. I don't mean that. So harshly. I i can be accused of being insensitive that way but some i think there's a time and a place to say know. Nobody else cares about this. But i do. And that's how my life was. That's all it was going back to our high school talk and nobody gave a crap about me and nobody would give a crap about my ideas. But i somehow had enough depth of ego. If you will to care to say. But i do. I do you. I'll find a way and it took me thirty years. But i found a way. Well you say you say that might be the insensitive side of me speaking. But i countered that and say that somebody. Who's going to tell you the truth or frame an idea or concept in a way that you need to hear at just the right moment might actually be the best thing that you can do an individual. I don't necessarily believe that you're being sensitive. Because you're being soft on somebody or your sparing them of their feelings at to me might not be that you're sensitive to what they need at all as a very very good point and thank you for that. Actually because that's one of my things in life is i'm i'm i love if somebody's blunt with me i love somebody is candidate and straight with me. I hate beating around the bush and so by virtue of that. I am that way. But sometimes i fail to recognize. This person would rather beat around the bush. They need some beating around the bush. And i'm like well just jewish. Yeah true you got the room a little bit. Be discussing this morning..

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"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

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06:29 min | 6 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"We're going back to the conversation with less. Do you think that this concept of finishing and there's a. There's a theme here. That i keep hearing you say which is i didn't have that mentorship. Nobody showed me. Do you feel like you are. I don't know called is the right word but called to do that for other people. Does that were a lot of the teaching and the instruction and the desire to help improve other people comes from. Does it come from that. I don't allow myself to think that i i want. Would i want to do is to contribute. So there's a lot of tangents we can go on here. I think there are three ways in which we can contribute. And i will say you talked earlier about the responsibility of an adult to be that mentor to a young person. That's responsibility. we have. I think human beings we have a responsibility to contribute in some way especially those of us here in north america. I mean i mean you know looking at you and looking at me you know. We're not hard done by And hopefully we're decent men But we are not disadvantaged in my in my scenario i was disadvantaged as a youth. I'm not now so the three ways that we can live at the three ways that we contribute our or the three ways to live us contribute. Globally you contribute to your community. Or you live selfishly. Usually what dance with three ways to live selfishly for the community or globally. All right now. Selfishly selfishness has to happen. That's why we go to university. That's why you train in the morning. That's what whatever you do for yourself to a previous that's called you. You've got to be selfish about daughters triathlete she needs. She's in a selfish mode to be a triathlon tonight. Fully applaud that. It's like you got to focus on you right now. You know you could be altruistic later right now. Selfish right. Learn what you need to learn. So that's one mode but the problem is some people. If i'm being a little critical get stuck in that mode forever. That's the only live and software. Is their life right and come. What may the world. And i'll just sit here on the dock with my beer not worrying about anything to me. That's you know. why would you want. Try to contribute now. So now we have globally or community and godspeed to the the soccer. Moms and the soccer dads. Those people have the community center things and the programs and all that stuff. they're fantastic. I can't do that. it's it's not me. It's never been me to do that with john lennon. Said i don't want to reach ten people. I wanna reach ten million. I understood what he meant. I'm like i know what it means. Exactly what it means so. I went globally. So i see the work that i do as a creator rives filmmaker and mostly as a storyteller more than anything i see it i like i like to get it out there in a global way and just release it to the wind if you will and i like that because it could be helping people never ever meet. I know that's the case. Were never hear from nowadays. Social media post tonight and i see the. Thank yous and things like that okay. That's great but that's not. I just to put it all out there. It's kind of awesome to wonder what it might. What did you write a song. Put out what it's going to do while you and then i'll see you post from some guys song of yours dark side. Well i'm bipolar. I suffer from suicidal thoughts. Every now and again down that road i listened to your song dark side and it brings me out of it so i was in tears reading that you know there's one thing or because of you. I wanted to get back out in nature. obviously survivor. man was a big thing for stuff like that. So there's three ways to live and if not globally than community wise doing things for the community and then hybrids to sort of mixing shoeing lou belt good above but selfish is good but not forever. So i'm not sure. I didn't answer a question but anyway during was great. So you define yourself just barely as as a storyteller but why is why are the stories you telling. Today's revolve around survivorship and the outdoors. i mean. Obviously that's a big part of your life but you could tell any story you can have any conversation. There's all kinds of experiences you can have. Why does this speak to you. And why do you feel like you want to share this in particular. It's the thing that keeps me most alive that drives me the most. But i don't know why why does someone obsess over playing piano. Why does an engineer obsess over coming up with a new way to determine angles and build a build. I just can't not be in love with nature. I can't not be passionate about nature. It's just so easy for me to just a dream and think about nature twenty four seven. So that's what comes out in the work that i do pretty obviously now. I'm not a one trick. I have other interests and other things and they slip out as well. So i don't know the why but i do but but but the but the end goal is to take someone like you say like. Okay maybe gamer. Maybe you like living in the middle of chicago maybe Afraid of bugs. That's fine but if i could just get you to walk in a forest just just for day on a manicured trail where maybe even god forbid. But maybe they've even sprayed it with pera museum so there's no mosquitoes biting you. Whatever if i could just get you on that trail under a bunch of trees in the park at the end of your road. Maybe that's like the minimalist part of my goal is just to get people to to reconnect with a tree. If you will. Yeah and. I wish more i would do that more often. I know that every time out nature weather like you said a walk around our field looking at the trees and the wildlife or being on a hunt or camp out just grounds us and it's just it's becoming increasingly rare. We live in these concrete jungles. And we're always in cubicles and we don't talk to each other. We don't connect and we are where we we've we've evolved to be. I wish more people do this. And take advantage of. It wouldn't make the first of all sciences behind it now. The signed science going over that for quite a while. A human being in the hospital suffering requires less painkillers and heals faster. If all they can do is see a tree outside their window interesting.

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"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

07:11 min | 6 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"I'm getting around these these. So i think the chip on the shoulder again. That's sort of intimates a little bit of a bitterness. And i'm not am i bitter and disappointed in my parents disappointed in my my adults. It the adults in my world. When i was a teenager younger but bitter old enough not to be better. I've probably was bitter at times. I'm sure it was. But i'm not not in at the moment of this conversation. I'm not an better. I'm just more remembering in a right. So i know that your your transformation into this realm if i understand correctly started with a canoe excursions. Is that right you were. You're you're in in music and you were pursuing that and then you started taking excursions in the canoe is that right. Is that how this kind of short transpiring transformed a little bit. Is that the start of what we're talking about now. Yes yes and so why you know it. It gave me something that i could do. Well i could do nothing well in high school. I tried to open. Akademik triple team did make played hockey house league and all the rest of it but actually i was pretty good when i was twenty one for a year and a half hours. Really you have those moments. It's really weird. It's like especially when men out of high school. They start to sprout and get stronger than it. Right out of high school mcmahon. If i could only had that three or four years earlier i would have been golden exactly and i certainly sprouted after high school in many many ways but i think So the canoeing thing it was. Yeah it was. I think it was just church group trip trip and We went to to mobile. -tario place up in canada as beautiful pristine country. And you know it was just a little one week or two week canoe trip but in my head it could have been the greatest adventure ever i might as well have been in the amazon jungle which i eventually went to. Obviously it just. It was such a break free from what i associated with my neighborhood. And so some of the stuff. That i hear you asking and that we're talking about and i know that we are speaking to a lot of other men right now that that maybe want to break out of where they're in sort of thing and a big thing for me with the canoeing which was new friends right because my friends in high school did that was not a thing but through church and these people i found this thing and off we go canoeing and i'm good at it and i. I'm a writer quickly. What did was it told me with. Its new opportunity. That i did not have to go back to my toxic friends. I did not have to do there. Were not just six or seven guys. I could call who some of them. I love to this day but you know let's face it at the time their attitudes more toxic and i mean toxic with a small t. I don't mean that as negative dark as it sounds is something. That's that we. I think over us a lot of times show. You gotta get away from your toxic people. It's the right word. I think to get the point across but it's not necessarily as dark sometimes. It's it's not very dark at all but it's still withholds. you know. I i remember through the canoeing you know and i had quit. Smoking and i was becoming more healthy. One of my best buddies from high school. Said what do you mean. i can't smoke in your house. Said come on ron Still in my house more coming over that right and so but you know and god love him but okay don't come over like i'm past that like sort of thanked and so yeah. The canoe trip taught me that there was another world out there. And when i finally discovered it it was much bigger than i ever could have dreamed. And so when you when you started to see in that other world started unfold before you and you started to move closer towards it. Did you have some sort of an idea that you are going to turn this into a career that you were going to turn this into a money making venture that it was going to support your lifestyle or was it. This is a hobby. I enjoy doing it. And that's what it is and period under discussion. Never hobby never about the money. I finally found my first goal in life so for example. One of the things that i learned later in life was what i call the joy of completion. Which is actually finishing. Something started. and i didn't know that i was a longtime but I found even before that. I found my first goal my goal. I love this so much. I want to become the best guide in canada. I wanna be like outdoor guide that people know about because i saw some guys that were like that right like oh. Have you ever worked with him. He's a canoe. God you gotta go learn from it. I wanted to be that guy. And so that's what i did. I had a goal. And how do i get to that goal. Easy peasy take some courses get a bunch of certificates deal. Be an intern. you know. Be an assistant guide. I did all that. That's what i did. I just i. I want to be one of the best guides canada's to offer and I don't know if i can. I can ever both that. I do know that. I became an excellent guy. He yeah that's it. I i wrote that down. I've been taking notes then. You probably taking notes. You're not checking my text or anything. But i wrote down that concept of the joy of completion. I've never heard it put that way but that is a really really powerful way of looking at it because i think so many of us myself included fall into the trap. Getting excited about something you know. We see that bright and shiny object or something we want to pursue. We're so fickle in general that we do it and we get started and then at the i little sleight of challenger hardship like this wasn't meant to be and we use it as an excuse to throw in the towel when we could have built all that confidence and credibility if he would've just stuck through and completed the dang thing and you know i was quite older in my in my twenty s. No older than that. When i first finished something creatively. So i did accomplish my goal of becoming a guide and a strong so but i never. I didn't see it as such. I didn't see it really as completion. The joy of completion. I discovered which was based on my original desires in life which was to be a rockstar. I wanted to be neil young. I wonder being jimmy page right. I wanted to be that. Will that didn't work out and It was the canoe trip that showed me that you know what and i was actually doing pretty good at it. I was producing for much music in canada. Was you know had music being Shop to bruce springsteen was in a good place Dance around this a little bit here. I just catch us up. It was in a good place musically so what was wrong. I still had no guidance. No mentorship nobody said less. You're you're sitting there right now with this in your hands. Okay he need to bust a move and make this happen instead..

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"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

08:00 min | 6 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"What what will we afraid of losing with the boy scouts having them in. I don't think really much of anything i think. Just the boys camaraderie which is beneficial. I'm suggesting if it's only the boys it's like What's that that movie or they're on the island and it's all the boys famous movie anyway it can be it can get pretty painful. Pretty quickly Well i think you're right so so you have like lord of the flies is one of the blind and let me just finish by the way but i just want to say that. So that was the thing that's missing is the adult male. Too young male mentorship. That's what i don't want to see. Go by the wayside. Y- i'm really glad you say that. Because i see that as being an issue too and that's a large part of the work that we're doing is ensuring that we as men whether you were a biological father or a father hood type role you said uncle earlier or big brother or a some sort of a community leader or a member of church clergy. We have an obligation to take our knowledge and information and turnaround in part that wisdom on on our on our boys who we are going to expect to step up and lead and be productive members of society. If they don't learn it they're going to be like the lord of the flies. You're absolutely right where it's very destructive and damaging because they don't know how to use their masculine virtues correctly and we should i have none. I'll tell you. I train and do all the rest of it because i like my masculine virtues you know. I'm pretty sure. My wife likes my chest and showing up to it. As as i hold her. Close you know and You know you you touched on something you said you know responsibility. And so as i said earlier i grew up with absolutely zero mentorship zero guidance. Nothing and so. What are the downsides of. That is that not necessarily that. I got involved in a lot of nefarious things. Though i did. The downside is time you lose an incredible amount of time in your life if you have to figure it out on your own going. Can i talked about this and someone is guiding you. You just shaved a year off of what you want to try to accomplish. She just shaved a month off. You just shave five years off. You can shave off so much time with good mentorship in getting to live in effective life as an adult with that mentorship there but without it like in my case. I'm a late bloomer. Absolutely everything i've ever done. Because i've had to figure every my first bit of advice i ever got was twenty three years old. So the for and not being facetious. I'm not exaggerating exaggerating my life. The first adult oriented com concise. Good advice i got. I was twenty three. You know as to long. It's too way too long. I should have gotten when i was ten. You know and i was twenty three and so that was one bit of advice and after that i became a kind of a a junkie on self help books and and motivational listening in all of that. You know just to teach myself. Do you feel like your lack of that early. Mentorship from other men in a way drove you to what you're currently doing with because i don't think anybody would doubt that you're a manly man or a masculine man. Now right because you're in this arena. You're in this world. You're doing these things and you're you're surviving and you're teaching others about this. Is that lack of that. That drove you to this direction or not at all. Really curious about your perspective on that you know what. It's a far more complicated answer but the short answer is yes. Yes as you say that. Because i'm thinking of pudgy. Non athletic me in grade ten smoking drinking you all that and i reversed old out around and i mean to this day at this point i will being a little facetious right now. I didn't peak in high school. And now i look at all those guys who did peak in high school on me and who are the stars of the football team and the star of the hockey team and they all got beer guts out to here and you know. Many failed marriages and problems. In some cases fail fatherhood and they just don't seem very happy and so yes this again. Short answer being. Yeah i i think being pudgy me and non athletic me When i hit my twentieth. I'm like no more no more i want to be I wanna be a man. So what turned that for you. Was it a moment or a series of of events. Because i know there's a lot of guys who are listening to this right now. Who are feeling like the twenty year old version of you. They may be forty years old but they feel like that guy. What is it that changed for you. You said no more of this. Here's where i'm going and then we can talk more about that. So what is it the changed. It's an interesting way of asking the questions question. I guess my turtle drive earlier than that coming out of high school. I just looked around at the neighborhood. I grew up in which was very that we had gangs. We had lots of drugs in neighborhood. And i mean look the line is i should be you know basically a little bit of a weekend alcoholic watching the game on tv in working at shipping and receiving. That's what i should be doing. What i was meant for coming out of medical and -tario but i looked around and no offense to that scenario many my good friends are in that scenario. I still love them to death. But i looked around and whatever it was whatever it was me. You can call it ego if you like. I just thought no no. There's something more this there's got to be something more and this. I know there is. I know i can be more than this. And i don't care what all my teachers told me and i don't care what my guidance counselor how. They humiliated me. And until i was one of those kids. It was told by the principal and the teachers. And the guidance counselors Get a job less. You're not going anywhere you know. And i decide something inside me said you're wrong you're wrong and And i'll and i'll show you. I don't know what that is i to this day. I don't know what that is. But i do know that i didn't know how to manifest it because i didn't have the mentorship by the mentorship manifested that sooner instead of having to read self help books for ten years. Yeah that's an interesting point. It's it's interesting as you say that you talk about. I do know that they're wrong. And i'm gonna prove to you. I've talked with about three hundred and fifty very very successful men in all realms of life and there's one thread that seems to under underpin a lot of these guys and that is a bit. Maybe this isn't the right way to say so. You can correct me if i'm phrasing strong for you. But a bit of a chip on the shoulder. Like i'm gonna show you. I'll prove it to you and let me go out and do this and prove others wrong. Do you feel that way. Or or am i characterizing. Not i think the only slight mischaracterization is that a chipper. My shoulder seems like it's out of bitterness. There's some dinners their vindication edge. I don't know it no it was. It was a belief my friend. It was just a belief in myself. That i shouldn't have had even my background. I should not have a belief in myself. But somehow i just kept thinking something in this beings got something to give and i don't know what it is yet but i i know i'll find a way in those like and that's my whole life been like okay now used to say there's no road blocks from me. They're always just speed bumps hurdles. I'll if i have to crawl under a crawl under you know but one way or another..

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"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

08:54 min | 6 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"But her desire to make certain that we were all comfortable in that we take breaks and that sort of thing given the situation was very frustrating. Because what. I really wanted to do in really what everybody else really wanted to do. To was a guy Bear down and suck it up for six hours. No no lunch break. No no drink break. We got like because this is the worst part getting downhill muddy steep mountain. We gotta klein is the worst part. No we're not gonna break for lunch halfway right so that was a there's a there's a true life example of a time when i found having a woman in an adventure situation was detrimental but i will say before any women listening to this. Get mad at me that the majority of the time absolutely i would prefer to have women a men and women in a court situation. This obviously requires a bit of discernment and it seems to me that discernment and critical thinking are increasingly lacking in society. Today that you make a statement and everybody just applies broadly and says well less. you know. he's the sexiest or because he He said you know this one situation. It would have been better but based on the situation. It's going to call for different things in your ability to lead is ultimately. What's going to move the needle the most and get people out of this encounter perspective right you. You know you're right and this is like could probably go on forever. I mean this is a strange era. And it's an era where you know an innocent slip of the tongue. Now one might argue. Is it ever innocent. So let's just for the sake of the arguments say an innocent slip of the tongue and you're damned for life and then there are situations where you're damned if you do. If you don't right. I did most of the time right. Or if it's misinterpreted incorrectly you meant at one way and somebody takes it out of context and it gets spun and then people go well thankfully tangents. Yeah thank you social media for that now. It's a whole world full of misunderstandings. Misquotes yeah well. I am glad we're talking about this. Because one thing. I saw in preparation for this. And i know a bit about you is that you're a big proponent of boy scouts and over the past several years i'd actually been openly critical about some of the decisions they've made and one of the things that you talk about is the value of women being included and i actually think that is not a good thing in the aspect of boy. Scouts coed shore opportunities where young boys and young girls work together. But i also think there's a huge need for boys to learn exclusively from men and be surrounded by exclusively boys. I'd love to hear your take on it. I agree with you to a limit. And here i've been thinking about this. You can tell. I am because i work with scouts and i'm very honored to work with scouts In many many occasions. And so i'll state right out the first of all i i fully support the integration. I think the coed situation Just as i've taught coed. So when i go out and do my wilderness survival. It's always been co ed. Sometimes it's maybe there is just all men sometimes. It's mostly women but lots of times. It's kobe and the value in that is is far exceeds. Locking it down to men and women So what are we talking about here. If we're talking about the mentorship of young boys where i think the lacking is is not in this big group situation but the father son the the uncle son the mentor boy. The older man younger boy. This this is coming from a guy who had zero mentorship growing up. And so when i look at the you know not a controversial dilemma. But certainly a topic of conversation here. The changing of the scouts I think you know what are we losing their because part of me in the beginning absolutely like wait a minute but but i wanna be with the boys at some point and make fart jokes all night long and and and you know be goofy and and go skinny dipping at fourteen years of age. Not worried that there's girls that are sort of thing like those kinds of things because we have to be appropriate right so so are we saying well. We're you inappropriate. When it was a bunch of boys. We weren't inappropriate given that it was only boys right. It's deliver context different. It's different for example going skinny dipping. Let's just say that. Let's say as a general bio. I wanna go skinny dipping well. I'm not going to do that in high school right. That would be incredibly inappropriate. But would it be appropriate with my family or with my dad or my buddies at the cottage that would be appropriate. And as soon as there's a girl it's it's now inappropriate now. Maybe it's also inappropriate with just the boys but you you develop this understanding. I guess you have to go in knowing and understanding that our group of guys Me and my six buddies Yeah we're going up to the cottage and we're going to hang out you know we're probably going skinny dip you know. And if you're a man or a boy in that situation and you find that a comfortable that you can go out and say that doesn't make me comfortable. And i don't want to do that right so back to the boy scouts. Scouts situation i again. I think that the real lacking the real thing that we're missing out in the argument for only having boys is but why it's this mentorship thing now. Will boys metro boys. You were boy wants. Do we really know we rip on the always fun and it can be very hurtful and so boys can also be productive though right i mean i think about boys the way that we communicate with each other and even his grown men. If you and. I are friends. I'm going to be poking on you and picking on you a little bit making fun of you. And they're probably an element of truth to that but if we take it with the way it's intended think men push harder on each other as a form of accountability which is positive i would i would say you're yes the way you just said it the way it really plays out in life. I don't i don't agree with you because You know the way we on each other in high school is always painful. I i was. I was with the in crowd. And i was picked on crowd. I've been both both in. I can tell you it really hurts now. people might push back. I'm not pushing back you. But but the the. What's the the phrase for the sake of debate. Think someone might say well. Hey that's great if you're a bunch of the nfl's but that's old school. You know what we don't do that anymore right. She would probably side more on with you and say will First of all agree. There is definitely a need for stronger sensitivity. I think is definitely more sensitive culture. That's coming up right now than culture. I grew up in on the other hand. you know. there's a lot of things that i teach. Where at some point. I my my line is look. I'm really sorry but at this point you've gotta suck it up. Okay you gotta shug it up. I get this. We all really sensitive in this moment but what we really need to suck it up and get the damn job done now so as boys so i think i see what you're saying i think as men we have that opportunity to be man around each other and we can as men we tell jokes. It's ridiculous but the boys. I i'm not. I think i think i guess what i'm saying is and i'm not trying to ride the fence here by the way i'm trying to think it through myself so that's why i enjoy conversations like this because it's an from both sides. It's an important one. And i think that really honestly there's room for all three. What are the biggest complaint. We hear from the girls about why they wanted to join scouts because the girl scouts sucks right because all. They're doing knitting and needlepoint in big cooks. So that's what i over again. And then you hear counterpoint to that which is within. Why don't they just up the girl scouts. That one is actually something i get. I'm like yeah why didn't they. Why didn't they you know up the girl scouts. And why didn't they. Why don't they hear those complaints and get the girls out there surviving and building shelters and make every like identical to what the boys do but all girls and then all boys and then in the middle we have like ventures for example. But i think in the middle there's room in the middle for simply co ed scouts. I think there's room for all three to be honest with you. One that we understand this is about boys. And so we're gonna be all boys here. This is about girls and for the sake of the girls. We're going to be all girls here and this is in the middle. This is about co ed in. It's about learning from each other as boys as girls but so all of this is spinning off the original question and my original point which is what did we miss it..

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Tom Brady Reportedly Played Entire Super Bowl Season With Torn MCL

NFL Live

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Tom Brady Reportedly Played Entire Super Bowl Season With Torn MCL

"We have a report out of tampa about tom. Brady rick stroud of the tampa bay times reporting that. Tom brady led the bucks to super bowl. Fifty five despite at nc l. tare played last season with a torn mc l. in his knee. The legend of tom brady just grows. We have any thoughts on Brady plan with torn ligaments. Hey kudos to the man cut kudos to

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"stroud" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:31 min | 7 months ago

"stroud" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Show a story. I wanna hit right now Involving bryce into shambo anything involving bryson to shambo is an immediate attention getter and we turn our attention to what's going on with and especially when it involves bryson and brooks kapka. Okay so we know that the match is coming up next week tuesday because they're not montana however bryson is in detroit right now for the rocket mortgage classic in which he is the defending champion. Now why we bring this up. Well bryson. And his caddy tim tucker. The event starts today bryson tees off in like two hours him and his cat. You're taking a break. His caddy. Tim tucker are bryce until the espn that he's not exactly quitting but they're taking some time off sort of like ross and rachel. Yes so i say this. So is he allowed to be on someone else's bag 'cause they're on a break. I great question ranch. Not sure not the first time this has happened. Tucker quit in quotes in two thousand seventeen and then reunited with two shambo back in twenty eight hundred tucker shows up somewhere else during this tournament he could say we were on a break. Technically okay technically. We're now why scout involved in this brooks gift. God has no chill when it comes to shadow after. This news came out not that long. It's cattier suddenly on a break on a break at not to be out his bag for this tournament. In which he's defending champion right brooke brooks kepco tweets out a picture of him with his caddy saying couldn't do it without my guy. Rick best friend in greatest caddy to do it at ricky elliott appreciation. One hundred. keep it one hundred brooks. The pettiness is another level. Couldn't do it without my guy. Rick best friend and cat greatest scattered at one hundred. How bad must it be to quit right at take a break. Pardon me right at the outset of tournament hours before. Hold on also knowing you get to hang with brady and aaron rodgers in in in a in a friendly next week it's going to be viewed by billions of people. Everything's going to get to hang for the day with brady. And rogers you just have to stick with at least for one more tournament right more. Just make the weekend. You're the defending champ. It just became catty appreciation. Days big cat. How often two caddies quit right before a tournament starts not asking me for just curious and then it just became caddy appreciation. Wow wow no chill indeed no chill indeed back here on the rich eisen show eight four four two zero four rich number to dial so Jaanus it's been announced by the boxes out for game five that's it. I don't think that's a surprise right. So he's out for game five. We are waiting to see trae young's Status and clint. Clint cappella correct bad. Just a battle of attrition right now. they're so Couple of weeks ago. I made two suggestions for nba replays. You know on an nfl. Replay expert you know that you know that stop stop you know very rarely will i to my own horn. I'm an expert at the stuff too. I know it. I feel it. You're just dying to get on the competition committee for the for the nfl. I deserve to be there not deserve deserve. I deserve spot. They should send me the border next board of governors meeting. Let me let me let me hash this out for you. Nba is. I don't think that would be terrible. Idea my to my to tweaks were based off of the game. Two of the western conference finals. That took a half an hour to play a thirty three minutes. Play the final ninety seconds in eleven minutes to play the final point. Nine is two things one year allowed. You allow the team one team to refuse the replay. Okay the clippers. Were not going to get the ball back right or it was a ball off on the clippers and they reviewed it to see if the ball belong to phoenix and in that time out is when monty williams sat everyone down and say. Hey let's do. The value and the clippers could have easily said. Look it was out on us. We think it's out on us. We saw the replay don't replay we don't let you replay. I don't want to give that other team. A chance to huddle up make that switch. That's number one number two if another team. That's what took the longest in my mind with with the whole replay situation is after the value they went back to replay to go check out. Who's on the floor. And if you don't send the same you know best if you're the coach you know the best who was just on the floor for you. And if not have a guy on their staff who keeps track of. Who's on the floor for you. So during this long replay. That is not an official time out that you have to put the same five back on the floor. It's on you if the wrong father on the floor. It's technical foul. The other team gets take shot. How's that sound. Those are two tweaks. I made last week. Here's some other ones number one. Allow a team have a coach's challenge in the first half one each half man. Don't you say one game because last night there was a moment that tai lue didn't challenge something that he he would've if it was the last two minutes of a game where you would a challenge possession belonged to him and not phoenix. Didn't challenge it. Even though it looked obvious that they should have been clipper ball ruled phoenix ball and then booker throws in three okay so instead of instead of you getting a couple i think or might have been something where the clippers could have gotten two free throws instead. He doesn't challenge it. Just keep possession going to phoenix. I think it was a foul on. The clippers. caught a foul on the clippers. It's still phoenix ball. Buck booker throws into three. It's like a five point swing and he would have absolutely done that. It was later in the game but he didn't because he needs to keep one in his back pocket for later in the game given one for the first half one for the second half come on. I mean it's just as important to replace stuff in the first half it can be. It's how many coaches like it would have to take somebody to do. The most egregious thing possible. That would may be foul out the other player somehow in the first half for coached us challenge in the first half of the game. Yeah i'm always shocked when they used the challenge in the first half hindsight you gotta you gotta hold onto it for later. One in each half. And here's the other one. No more replays on whether something's comin' foul or flagrant foul. No more that it's all interpretive. Dance and it just takes forever and it's like well. He just mugged him. Did he mean to do it on purpose. let's see a replay that might not actually show it. You're looking at your stopping game for intent and it's nuts and i and i love these guys. They're on a show. But i don't wanna hear mark jackson and jeff van gundy argue over the simplification of the game or whether this really meant did or that was ticky tack and this is what 'cause it's all interpretive dance. It's all in the eye of the beholder whether you think it is flagrant or not and then comes back. We sit there for ninety seconds and somebody goes. It's a flagrant one. Which i have no idea what a flagrant one me's you know and i'm a die hard fan of the game and i do this job for living and some people don't have any unto flagrant went flagrant. To what the hell does that mean. Well it means more points than on the odometer towards suspension. Who cares who cares make. The ruling wasn't flagrant wasn't not not reviewable anymore. We're not stop for that sort of stuff because you could do that..

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Handball Confusion in Madrid

ESPN FC

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Handball Confusion in Madrid

"Round madrid two two draw against severe stroud in controversy in particular is second. Go the play. That changed the league. And i well gone down very much from page of mark. Meanwhile wants to say Madrid news by a hand loses the hand madrid loses the hand because of course a win for madrid. Would've put them top of the table. And is this play that ramlet trade are really annoyed about. The penalty awarded against tau fan bowl. Of course at the end of this program got the other end a wounded penalty themselves. You can sing tao clearly. He with his arm put walls it worthy of a penalty. Well zindedine saddam's. He didn't think so. I'm very angry. Oh you'll have to explain the hamble rules to me. I don't like to talk about referees. But today the feeling is good. Me wallets censio. We still don't understand how the handball role works. Military isn't even looking at the ball wrong. Coupon boss hundred national tuesday. He was talking about it. Saying we've reached a moment where we no longer know what is or is not a hand born right. Dawn is that amble. is that a penalty. I don't think it is done but done why billets house hand is so high. I mean i mean saying. They wasn't even looked at the ball. Try actually look at the ball for a stall. But everything about me tells me that that was accidental. Going on all school bus like leans awards was intentional hamble or was accidental. An accidental to

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Nearly 100 Arrested in Atlanta Street Racing Roundup

WSB programming

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Nearly 100 Arrested in Atlanta Street Racing Roundup

"Than than 100 100 people people arrested arrested in in a street a street racing racing bust bust in in clay. clay. Dayton Dayton County County was was the latest the latest crackdown crackdown on on racing racing in metro in metro Atlanta Atlanta Public Public information information officer officer Aubrey Aubrey Aubrey Aubrey ALS ALS Stroud Stroud playing playing County County police police officers officers were were issued issued a challenge a challenge to to combat combat street street racing racing in in the county, the county, and and we we answered answered it this it this morning, morning, A A total total of 75 of 75 adults adults were were arrested arrested and charged and charged with with Lord Lord Goring Goring or or prowling prowling with with some some being being charged charged with with possession possession of a of firearm a firearm under under the the age age of 18. of 18. 27 27 Juvenile's Juvenile's were were arrested arrested and and their their parents parents were were charged charged with with curfew curfew violations. violations.

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At least 100 people arrested for illegal street racing in metro Atlanta county

WSB programming

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

At least 100 people arrested for illegal street racing in metro Atlanta county

"Than 100 people arrested in a street racing bust in clay. Dayton County was the latest crackdown on racing in metro Atlanta Public information officer Aubrey Aubrey ALS Stroud playing County police officers were issued a challenge to combat street racing in the county, and we answered it this morning, A total of 75 adults were arrested and charged with Lord Goring or prowling with some being charged with possession of a firearm under the age of 18. 27 Juvenile's were arrested and their parents were charged with curfew violations.

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Sources: Bucs' Godwin out with broken finger

Fantasy Focus Football

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Sources: Bucs' Godwin out with broken finger

"Rick Stroud reporting that Books Wide Receiver Cris God win fractured his left index finger while making a touchdown catch on. Sunday. In Las Vegas and he required surgery on. Tuesday. So he is definitely out for Monday night's Game We know that he finished the game. So this came as a bit of a surprise. Yeah, right. So I think the question becomes here's to find your is. All right. So there are already like he's out for this week's game against the giants ripe the Monday night game against the giants understood. But in terms of long term prognosis and prognosis to find in, it's obviously hard because you're just getting this news, you have a chance to work your sources. You haven't got any details about. This about the finger, but I guess give us a range here. What's what's the best case and worst case scenario here for those that have God went on a roster well, the fact that he required surgery for fracture meant that they needed to realign it properly and often there's hardware involved. So it's really a question of number one getting the wound healed, and then what can the player do And how soon can he do it and that is a huge wide range, and as you said, without detail on the location of the break or the extent of the work they had to do it's hard to give any clear idea. I will note though that Rick Stroud himself when reporting this said depending how heels he could potentially return for the week nine game. So it sounds like they're optimistic. He could potentially return, of course beyond the safety parameters, post-surgery et CETERA. There's also the issue whenever comes to a running back or receiver with a hand injury. Can you be effective playing? Can you control the ball? Can you catch the ball effectively? Those will all be questions that have to be answered before he can return right

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"stroud" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"stroud" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Or not. But neither of us ever thought. He was dangerous. Later that year after attending another James Ray event with her father, Kirby Brown would get in her car and drive to Sedona, Arizona for a five day intensive retreat with James called Spiritually Warrior. For James's followers. It was the pinnacle event of their journey, and Kirby spent her life savings nearly $10,000 to be there. A retreat started on October 4th, 2009. Five days later, Jimmy was at home in upstate New York. Around 8 a.m. The doorbell rang. At 8 15 The trooper comes to the door. And asked me if I know Kirby Brown. My first thought was Oh, my God. Is she in some kind of trouble? But it was more than trouble. Ginny would never see her daughter again. From wondering. I'm Matt Stroud, and this is good. The first time I met James Arthur Ray..

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"stroud" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"stroud" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thousand we will talk with lance Stroud the survivor man running the show on Discovery Channel he was the guy that would go out and set up his own cameras to record his own survival show and then you go back and edit it and give it to Discovery Channel they were there you know bears grills is like the other option one of the the the survivor men show off back in the day and then remember like all the rumors about the bears girls would go stay in hotels at night instead of actually camping holiday in yeah but I but then you would come back and you would like drink his own pee look so be okay yeah like you you're right he would show up on set which is basically what you're factor he would eat like a dead rabbit carcass yes straight from the ground I looked on but then he would he go sleep in a hotel bed yeah he would set up the shelter be like all right I'm going to bed it's sort of a wake up call for like three in the morning so he could get up so he could get out of the tend to be like a beautiful sunrise here all right so anyway Lestrade the survivor man he will be joining us in ten minutes on ESPN one thousand and if you're frequently center of blocking of Donna a couple weeks ago a couple Sundays ago we had the debate because I saw street pigeons try to make this one doing to us to make a nest systems three pages or try to make a nest and they were trying to move a big metal object in one pigeon could move by itself so we got another pigeon they tried to move it could move it they went on a third pigeon they then find a way to move this piece of metal back to their nest to build like a super nest for their I assume their family or whatever whatever weird relationship three pigeons have so anyway we were talking about survival eight in the city and survival in general if you had three items to survive what you would take with you and we get we've decided you need a knife whether it's big or small you need a knife you need something to Starfire's you need like what are those things called the fire started a fire starter not a lighter but like they have those things they have kindling the kindling unknown close but you can take a fire starter with you again and your use the kindling but if your lighter gets when he was a isolated weekly in the in the world but then then Chris yes we differed on what the third object would be I said tarp you can use it to catch water you can sleep on it you could put over your head so you can sleep underneath it you can do so many things with the tarp you can rip it into little pieces and use a Perot you do so many things at the top and you said pot because you're like I wanna boil water orders so again so I can drink the water source and if I can cook stuff in it you know so you know you can just get water into a tarp so we asks why Stroud for an answer finally get an answer so it was right in pot versus tarp he's also great on the if you are quarantining right now because of the your own up iris we we talk to him at length about ideas to prepare right and so you when you go out to shop you are of clear mind and and you are relaxing you know what to get and you.

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Post Time: Fountain of Youth is leap day for Derby hopefuls

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:01 min | 2 years ago

Post Time: Fountain of Youth is leap day for Derby hopefuls

"Happy Fountain of Youth Day. Thank you thank you starting early today for so eleven. Thirty fourteen racist today so should be a good one. I don't know if people think chancellor card yet but I mean it's just stacked start to finish so we're we're gearing up for a day. How's the weather down there today? Good conditions it's great It was very breezy and on the chilly side yesterday. Obviously not Florida are rolling their eyes at US saying that it's cool but it feels different when it gets colder down in Florida will definitely say that. But it's gorgeous. Today it's going to be low. Seventies son is out a little bit less windy than yesterday as well. Let's start with the Fountain of Youth. That will be the final of the fourteen races on this Saturday program. Twelve horses are entered. There was some conversation about chance it potentially coming out because of the outside post position As of just a little bit ago I think he is still in so some decisions yet to be made but twelve horses set to go. How did you see this one? Yeah he is still and he does have until forty five minutes before the race as is the protocol for Great. It's so he's got some time There was one scratch just of the number two horse in there but This is a tough race chance. It's been really impressive. And Ultra talented and and obviously Fun Horse to watch down here but I did go with the Horse. That actually finished second to him in the Home Watch. Oh man and that is as you know on. Tv For Kelly Brian. I just thought that this course who I had not actually seen him physically before leading into that last race and he really showed me. Both in the flesh needs performance that he was the type that could handle the stroud and distance effectively. I think he's drawn well and he's going to be really tough. Obviously done this moment. It's going to take a lot of attention. Chance it as well and those are some good horses but I'm GonNa land on as seen on TV seen on. Tv Ninety two on the morning line has been extremely consistent. You mentioned the forest arts. Two wins two seconds and that runner up in the mutual macho man last time to to under pokka. Lopez here this afternoon. I'd like to spend more time talking with you about some of the other contenders but in the interest of time here this morning. Let's move on to the race. For the three year old girls we don't want to neglect the phillies The Dow is race number ten one mile on the main track. It will go right around that four o'clock eastern time. Yeah this is an exciting race. You've got tunnel shape city outside Saffy. Joseph's junior has obviously really burst onto the scene this year with the likes of math wizard and then of course potential Derby contender and Chan said and he's also got affiliate that Again is undefeated and turned out to be the first graded stakes winner for Tony. Lists and sire and she even though she's been so impressive it does kind of feel like even in this race that she still has a little something to prove. It'll be interesting I think that the race really revolves around the todd. Pletcher Philly in spices nice. I mean she was just a monster in her debut and I spoke to todd yesterday and he said that she was the phillies but they obviously really had high hopes for given the purchase price and her breathing out of the Dorsey and she not only showed up in her debut. But I watch pretty much all of her recent workouts at Palm Beach downs and I spoke to todd about this too and that she's been training for the most part with some of the really highly touted colts and his part including the point. Who was really well tipped out market analysis. Just some very talented horses. That have won first time out. And she's been training with the colts. A Lotta Sense. Kinda dwarfs inside too. She's a very very big Philly but she has a nice way of moving and they taught it said that was a way of them kind of testing. Just how good is she? And she's really responded to retest. Yeah that I start. She dominated her maiden race on January twelve. She won by twelve ran away from the field. That probably could have been more if they wanted it to be. That was at the same one mile distances. Today's Dimona del Was there a obviously? She was the favourite that day ACACIA but was a palpable buzz around spices. Nice when she walked into the paddock that day there was and you know she would not necessarily be the type of horse that I would pick out in a lineup Just face off of you know looks for a Horse. That would win first. Came out like I said. She's very big she by curl and She has kind of a long stride along next to her and I thought that she was going to win. But I was almost wondering puts. You need a race which you need to turn. And she's just so talented that she was almost kind of able to overcome. Maybe not looking like the precocious sharp I out type of winter so I thought that was really interesting as well. And and obviously this is going to be a tougher spot going right into graded stakes company but think that she is really one of the box. Office potential superstars on the undercard today. And I'm excited to see her. I also use underneath though in Second. I use five reluctant bride. Who I think is good and I like her switching to stay. She's got dirt pedigree and I spoke to Patrick the cone the other day and he said he tries a lot of his horses that he thinks are good. On the turf I F. A. Indian and sold allante being perfect examples and He says he thinks it's an easier trip. And then you switch them to dirt and that just might be where they're most comfortable and that's what he's doing with this one today who just closed so impressively in her first race. And I think that she's got some ability to talking with ACACIA. Courtney from Gulfstream Park here on the Horse Racing Radio Network Again Fountain of Youth Day Fourteen races. We have time to look at one more case you have about a minute or so. Just over that for we have to get to the next segment The Gulfstream Park Mile is race number. Twelve another big field. Eleven horses entered one mile on the main track. And this is a very interesting race gear. Mclaughlin had to including Hi Collin true. Kimber I really like hike. Second also layoff. I think he's GonNa be a big improvement for him today. And I think that it's kind of always flies under the radar is how Creek Hustle. He's actually my top picks some paddock school the other day for Vicki Foley. I think he's actually going seven furlongs. One Turn My. Oh which is what he gets today. just a side note. It's the treat to see Pegasus World Cup runner up MR freeze back. And he'll turn back and distance as well for for Dale Romans who could potentially have a big day. Yeah it could be a huge day for Dale and ACACIA. Has a very busy day ahead of her. So we'll let her go. Acacias squeezed me in this morning. I appreciate you taking a few minutes. Go enjoy the rest of the day and we'll talk soon. Thanks for being here all right. Thanks guys take care. She's the best Acacia Courtney. The little a here on the horse racing radio network do miss having her with us on the network but she's doing good things down there Gulfstream and on some of the other national. Tv

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"stroud" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"stroud" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Lance Stroud senior instructor at online trading academy. first of all thank you for being with. my pleasure there's a lot that's made of the qualifications of the instructors at online trading academy including you what what kind of experience to these instructors have why are they so top notch well ideally we like to have people that have experience working on Wall Street are a great many of our instructors have that background however we have a mix of people who who need no anything and learn this and became very successful we have people that are are you have been traders themselves and and realize they could be better with the process that we have used so what you have to do there dear dear to qualifications you have to go through a training program because we're very cautious about who we let in front of students you have to send in and your trading statements and Sean that you're making money and but only that you have to be a great teacher that's the most important watch dealer make money in the market that's not a big deal but people that are also great teachers are what we're looking at okay so I'm not sure can we focus a little bit on retirement and the reason I'm saying that is because a lot of people the the you know the biggest investment they make is in their home but an awful lot of people have four oh one case and so they have the only money that they really have that they intend to live on once they retire is tied up in one of these retirement accounts do you it online trading academy can you educate people help them to be able to use those funds better because frankly most of us have no idea how are four oh one K. account to being invested exactly they're clueless at me right now there's some guy or girl on a computer yeah I wanna keep look on wallstreet buying and selling stocks and mutual funds what your money and you don't know who that person is you've never met them you never shook the hand them out a Cup of coffee with them so what we want to do is show us this year process now I I we're not tax advisors I really can't go into how you ship the four one K. and when Iran all that stuff but let's just leave it as our processes. by which we can protect what we have see what people don't realize everybody's got insurance house insurance health insurance life insurance car insurance but nobody out there that I it comes to my classes has insurance if the market crashes and they lose half their life savings and now so we got a card that how do we protect but we got everything's online trading academy here's gonna teach medicine from every computer and and make money that's secondary we got a first teach you how to hold on to what you got last year one is one of the things that I think is I just found out about and I should have known this is that some of these accounts are tax deferred accounts and that means that we think we have you know eight hundred thousand dollars in our four oh one K. and then when the time comes to withdraw that money we find out that that money is going to be taxed and taxed at a pretty high rate so I'm wondering if there's just a better way to do this a better way to invest the money that you have in order to provide for your retirement you talk about the idea of generating income is that it in your opinion is is the way that you do it online trading academy a monthly income stream is that better than waiting until retirement to get your money well what we have to do first of all we have to put a process in place by which will if the market crashes or goes down we're not going to be lose all our money away I got three four five or a thousand dollars and I still like to brag about you have enough money you know if you lost your job or got sick broke your arm are you you you couldn't go to work your broken five years and we're all living longer which is good news and bad days right so there are processes by which we can use something which I haven't I think I talked about before called a leveraged asset class where we can take a small amount of money and have the potential not a guarantee of making a large amount of money and if we're wrong risking a very small amount of money a leveraged asset class so if you have if you have a hundred grand a year make and six percent return on that right now. you make a six thousand dollars a year right so what we want to do a show how we take a portion of that hundred granite a tiny portion and use that same amount of money to make that same six grand and I'll go over how we do that okay well that sounds good that sounds like exactly what we're looking for so the first thing we need to do the first step here is to attend the free introductory class that's made available by online trading academy how and where do people go for this class okay well we are our main headquarters Pat is down about the Senate's airport right he also won a one a broker if you can't make it to seem weak see me or see my team down there we have satellite locations we've got which are basically hotels that we just do these things that we have open foster city Hey where'd Pleasant Hill pleasant and so there's no excuse out there you're listening to me yeah the car yeah call up register and come to my class there's no obligation do anything there's no pressure at all locked in a room and try to sell you kinda Nalley. yeah with. have a condo in value. and let me show you how we do things and if it makes sense then you you you see if we can help you out let's not yours we shake hands and part friends a lot of fun all right in this is happening now these are the locations I have tell me if I'm correct foster city Pleasanton San Jose which is where you're headquartered Hey word Pleasant Hill and Oakland so you really have expanded these locations making it convenient for virtually everybody in the area well we want to remove the excuses because you can make excuses you can make money you just can't do about so there's no you should put that on a tee shirt lance and it's easy to get started call eight seven seven three three eight trade that's eight seven seven three three eight T. R. A..

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"stroud" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"stroud" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Lance Stroud senior instructor at online trading academy. first of all thank you for being with. my pleasure there's a lot that's made of the qualifications of the instructors at online trading academy including you what what kind of experience to these instructors have why are they so top notch well ideally we like to have people that have experience working on Wall Street are a great many of our instructors have that background however we have a mix of people who didn't know anything and learn this and became very successful we have people that are are you have been traders themselves and and realized it could be better with the process that we have used so what you have to do there your your two qualifications you have to go through a training program because we're very cautious about who we let in front of students you have to said and and your trading statements and shown that you're making money and but only that you have to be a great teacher that's the most important watch trailer make money in the market that's not a big deal but people that are also great teachers are what we're looking at okay so I'm not sure can we focus a little bit on retirement and the reason I'm saying that is because a lot of people the the you know the biggest investment they make is in their home but an awful lot of people have four oh one case so they have the only money that they really have that they intend to live on once they retire is tied up in one of these retirement accounts do you it online trading academy can you educate people help them to be able to use those funds better because frankly most of us have no idea how are four oh one K. account to being invested exactly they're clueless I mean right now there's some guy or girl on a computer yeah I wanna keep look on wallstreet buying and selling stocks and mutual funds what your money and you don't know who that person is you've never met them you never shook the hand them out a Cup of coffee with them so what we want to do is show us this year process now I I we're not tax advisors I really can't go into how you ship the four one K. and Iran all that stuff but let's just leave it as our processes. by which we can protect what we have see what people don't realize everybody's got insurance health insurance health insurance life insurance car insurance but nobody out there that I it comes to my classes has insurance if the market crashes and they lose half their life savings and that's what we gotta talk about how do we protect what we got everything's online trading account with yours gonna teach medicine front of a computer and and make money that's secondary we got a first teach you how to hold on to what you got last year one is one of the things that I think is I just found out about and I should have known this is that some of these accounts are tax deferred accounts and that means that we think we have you know eight hundred thousand dollars in our four oh one K. and then when the time comes to withdraw that money we find out that that money is going to be taxed and taxed at a pretty high rate so I'm wondering if there's just a better way to do this a better way to invest the money that you have in order to provide for your retirement you talk about the idea of generating income is that it in your opinion is is the way that you do it online trading academy a monthly income stream is that better than waiting until retirement to get your money well what we have to do first of all we have to put a process in place by which will if the market crashes or goes down we're not going to be lose all about a light I got three four five or thousand dollars I I like to brag about you have enough money you know if you lost your job or got sick broke your arm are you you you couldn't go to work you're broke in five years and we're all living longer which is good news and bad days right so there are processes by which we can use something which I haven't I think I talked about before called a leveraged asset class where we can take a small amount of money and have that potential not a guarantee of making a large amount of money and a prolonged risking a very small amount of money a leveraged asset class so if you have if you have a hundred grand a year make and six percent return on that right now. you make a six thousand dollars a year right so what we want to do is show how we take a portion of that hundred granite a tiny portion and use that same amount of money to make that same six grand and I'll go over how we do that at okay well that sounds good that sounds like exactly what we're looking for so the first thing we need to do the first step here is to attend the free introductory class that's made available by online trading academy how and where do people go for this class okay well we are our main headquarters Pat is down about the Senate's airport right he also won a one a broker if you can't make it to see we see me or see my team down there we have satellite locations we've got which are basically hotels that we just do these things that we have open foster city Hey where'd Pleasant Hill pleasant and so there's no excuse out there if you're missing me yeah the car yeah call up register and come to my class there's no obligation to anything there's no pressure at all locked in a room and try to sell you condo now we come out there and see if we have a condo in value. and let me show you how we do things and if it makes sense then you you you see if we can help you out let's not we shake hands and part friends a lot of fun all right in this is happening now these are the locations I have tell me if I'm correct foster city Pleasanton San Jose which is where your headquarters Hey word Pleasant Hill and Oakland so you really have expanded these locations making it convenient for virtually everybody in the area well we want to remove the excuses because you can make excuses you can make money you just can't do about so there's no. you should put that on a tee shirt lance and it's easy to get started call eight seven seven three three eight to trade that's eight seven seven three three eight T. R. A. D..

instructor Lance Stroud one K eight hundred thousand dollars six thousand dollars thousand dollars six percent five years four one K
"stroud" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"stroud" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The feeling is mutual influential conversations from Bloomberg television. Here's Heidi Stroud. Watts on daybreak Asia. President Trump says trae talks with China are moving along. And were next guest says the deal could potentially benefit the Asiatic region. Joining us now from Singapore is tons of Sean group, head of institutional banking, Suzanne great to have you with us. So how much of this optimism over a potential trade deal has already been baked in by investors, and the broader markets. Well, I think the markets have definitely factored in a trade deal. But the the trade war, it's gradually Morphing into a technology. Was you can see? But I think while that's being slaughtered. There is a pivot within the Asian and Ozzy on each and in southeast Asia and South Asia. As companies now start to look to what's in for regional trade. I think one of the beneficiaries would be John. And and and and and in India, I think there will be a pivot to what's the diversification of geographic risk and also a pivotal what's coming into the theon, high growth and high density and high and young demographic countries. So this is bad for Asia Tansu group, head of institutional banking there joining us in Singapore. Hear more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings..

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