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Amy Coney Barrett swears first of two Supreme Court oaths hours after being confirmed by Senate

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 10 hrs ago

Amy Coney Barrett swears first of two Supreme Court oaths hours after being confirmed by Senate

"To 48 confirmed Amy Cockney Barrett of the U. S Supreme Court last night, and she made an appearance with President Trump at the White House. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, though scolded Republican senators for pushing the Baron nomination so close to the election, they win this vote. And Amy Cockney Barrett. They become the next associate justice of the Supreme Court. But you will never never At your credibility back. More from correspondent Tim Maguire, newly confirmed and soon to be associate Supreme Court Justice Amy Cockney. Barrett took the first of two oaths of office Monday evening at a White House ceremony shortly after her Senate confirmation bear at the 48 year old mother of seven says her loyalty is to the Constitution. I will do my job. Without any fear or favour. That I will do so independently of both the political branches and of my own preferences. The former Notre Dame law professor and federal appeals court judge will take the second oath from Chief Justice John Roberts in a private ceremony at the Supreme Court Tuesday. Timberg wire.

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"tim i" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:30 min | 1 d ago

"tim i" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"But you my friend have to pay the price and that's doing it and doing it and doing it to you get good schedule in that family time. Do not at the expense of your family. Don't do that. Yeah, definitely and if you're younger and you're broke and you have a young family and you know, you have to basically maybe sacrifice a little bit of family time. Here's a little coaching tip go to them. Your kids are old enough and say, you know, Mommy or Daddy has to basically be working along extra hours to accomplish specific financial goals and after daddy or Mommy whoever the agent is, you know has done this many transactions and crafts of thermometer and put it on your wall. And every time you do a deal, you know, the family gets to color in it's like the old Jerry Lewis Telethon, right? And what's the what's the thermometer colored in at the top right Disney World? So if you want to know about Relational tell you what, it is having a bunch of little Rugrats riding your ass as to why you didn't have a you haven't colored in your thermometer in a while, but that's a way to tie in your family goals and you can just that's the time you want to go to the Grand Canyon. You want to go to Disney World too. Seriously. I love it. That's beautiful. Yeah. Yeah. So in people often times is a great book called profits aren't everything that the only thing but what people will often do men more than women truthful. It's the only used I have to volunteer here. I have to do this thing. I have to use that thing as an excuse not to do what they don't really what they should be doing, which is taken care of women as well. But I'm just saying men women very rarely found I found are often as good if not better coaching clients and then then because they're rarely confused about the fact that they have to provide for them. You know, they're more they're more tied to finances of seems than a lot of men are men are mostly men are driven by different things and women are the easiest way for me to say generally speaking not trying to be politically incorrect here just general wage. Making some hopeful Universal truths here. And so when you're when you're talking to a when I'm coaching somebody and running into a guy and he says, well, you know what Tim I would have done that I would have, you know made those calls. So I would have done what I did not do when did you want to do at the high school? But I had to volunteer volunteer more at the you know, whatever I had to do more of this more the other thing. So you're rationalizing, you know, spending time doing the things that you want to do as an excuse not to do the things you're supposed to do and it was what Brent said earlier your job. Number one is to take care of your family. Take care of Meet the obligations in the commitments that you've made and if that means that you never do a church activity or never play softball or t-ball because you're too busy focused on earning Financial Security for your family. That's what you're supposed to do. What do you think about that? I agree? It's cold man up woman up. You have a right angle..

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For Trump, Conservative Catholics Are The New Evangelicals

Morning Edition

03:47 min | 1 d ago

For Trump, Conservative Catholics Are The New Evangelicals

"The Republican nomination in 2016, he gave special thanks to one faith group Evangelical Christians this year. President Trump has a different favorite. I grew up next to a Catholic church in Queens, New York, and I saw how much incredible work the Catholic Church did for our community. These are amazing people. NPR religion reporter Tom Delton has been looking into what has changed. Trump's new interest in Catholic voters is probably the result of realizing what actually got him elected. It was not the evangelicals, says Mark Rozell of George Mason University. People were quite amazed at the overall impact that the white evangelicals had in the election, but I think what was missed was the critical role of Catholic voters that we barely appealed to them. Trump managed to win the Catholic vote last time. Former Republican congressman Tim Hughes camp is a political advisor to a new group Catholics for Trump. There was less recognition four years ago. I think many were surprised about what happened in Michigan and Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. It was the Catholic vote that won those states for Donald Trump Lesson learned. This year, The Trump campaign is focusing less on the evangelical vote and more on Catholics. This administration has made a concerted effort to reach out to Catholics in a way that we haven't seen in the past. Brian Birches, president of Catholic vote dot or GE, a conservative group, wholeheartedly supporting Trump's reelection. The group's been around for 15 years, but this year is special, Birch says. We've grown every year, but this year we we grew exponentially Catholic vote dot or didn't even endorse anyone in the last presidential election this year. Even with a Catholic candidate on the other side, the group is running ads that leave no doubt where they stand. Joe Biden would force American Catholics

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iHeartMedia to buy podcast host Voxnest

podnews

04:39 min | 1 d ago

iHeartMedia to buy podcast host Voxnest

"Guess who's got the hands on Vox Nest. Radio yes. iheartmedia is to acquire the company VOX. Next will provide dynamic ad serving for heart radio PODCASTS and analytics Fox next also spreaker the sixth largest podcast host with sixty one thousand shows and blog talk radio with a further eight thousand three hundred terms wants disclosed. IHEART currently hosts with megaphone but has hosted with Speaker in the past. podcast hosts captivate has unveiled amy their audio mastering an integration engine, which is now in private beater tool offers dynamic content insertion for all podcast on the platform and also include proprietary audio processing tool. I'm an adviser. The finalists have been announced for the two thousand and twenty discover pods awards. You have until November the sixth to vote for the winners. This podcast is in the best news podcast finalists, but rap against the daily up I pod Save America and today explained. So we're not holding our breath. Silicon Valley Code Wreck Audio Journalism claims article in Washington monthly arguing that we need government regulation to keep podcasting healthy Dewey James Panel is to leave the BBC next week a former Labor MP who's responsible for BBC sounds the corporations audio APP. He was publicly sidelined by the new director-general. Tim Davie moves to be president and vice chancellor at the University of Arts in London we must have been in a hurry to leave that job starts in March. Punch shape and Australia. And podcast publisher has got one of his shows into a new spotify daily wellness podcast playlist and launched three new shows. The founders of Gotham podcast studio failed their own community focused hosting company tandem podcasting launches with member profiles and alive member Chat Service, and spotify is music with shows seems to be impossible for some time to mullen context has to pointers to to projects. He's worked with a track by track with cranium and artists Atlantic, turning February and Sharon radios wash with Simon, Lebron, Casey Krassner now at episode twenty-seven. I didn't attack stuff this. Monday. There's been significant movements in the new podcast index podcast namespace. The locking transcript funding and chapters data is now all being returned in the API responses and a lot of supporters ready been announced support from fireside, for example, which support publishing of the locking funding and transcript tags. Hyper catch, which is an interactive podcast, APP unlike any other in supports the podcast chapters tag pod friends supports the funding tag. Now, it's in our feet to if you want to see how it works blueberry now has a tool to help you submit your podcast to the podcast index works for anybody you don't have to be hosted with them at an carry rights that we shouldn't forget the listeners asking. For testing tools and a reminder that Dave Jones and Adam Curry's podcasting two point. Oh podcast. He's not on apple or spotify we linked to it though today from our show notes and our newsletter cast apart is an open source podcast platform that now supports the mocking tag both the important publish the service also supports POKES RSS USER agents list to enhance analytics you can grab the source and download it today Is there a better way to attribute platforms and APPs than a US agent we have a proposal for an audio query string I. Say we it's mind. It's probably got a lot of house in it of link to its day feedback his welcome, and if you'd like to do a spotify show with music but use youtube instead then you can't do that with a playlist and it turns out that you can do quite a creditable version using the Youtube Java script, Api, properly mixing, and talking over the songs and Jingles and all that are willing to that today from our show notes and on newsletter to. And in Podcast News, the mother Jones podcast is hosting their first ever live podcast show tomorrow four o'clock New York time willing to that today in our show notes and our newsletter, and our see national broadsheet newspaper in the Netherlands is concerned about the platforms of major tech companies that control the market. It's to move their shows like and are C. Dyke, their Daily News podcast into their own APP and our see audio from January. The first the website says certain and see podcasts will only be available to subscribers. Are. Coming down. Everywhere.

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How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:27 min | 1 d ago

How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

"Hey if you run a business, you know that your brand matters but what is a brand? We throw that phrase around a lot and the whole idea of branding originated with cattle ranchers. Hot Iron into the side of their cow say visually, this is the sign that says, this is my cow and ever since then branding has often been associated with the logo, the imagery, the visual experience, the guys that's only a small part of the deal. From the Ramsey network this is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniels already and my guest today is ten Newton. Tim Lead all things branding here at Ramsey solutions as our senior creative officer and when you hear him talk about branding, you're gonNA to understand it so much less about the visual experience and so much more about your values, your convictions and the story of Your Company. Now Ramsey solutions we have always had a great strategy for branding. In fact, in the early days, it was all over the place. It was. Whatever came up in anybody's mind when out. So there was no connection. There wasn't really thought about brand, but there wasn't intuitive an intuitive nece about the brand Dave intuitively understands grabbing people's emotions and so like he knew to say statements that represented what mattered to the brand and what mattered to him like that's a part of branding something new and we would take those statements live like no one else he can live like no one else. We would take statements and put them all replace. So there was consistency, but it was it was intuitive. There wasn't tenacity to it and so thankfully it. It was coming together back then but just out of intuitive nece. Yeah, if. There was there was energy. Yeah. Yeah. But I think what? What helped it was natural passion. Like that, that's what it was. We gravitate towards passion when a brand looks like there's passion when people look like there's passion we gravitate towards that. So thankfully, even then since the beginning this whole thing, there was passion and that's one of the strongest things a brain can have. Okay. So that was there. I remember back in that day that you're talking about. We went to a live event and we've got all these tables in the back. That have our financial peace stuff. told him make stuff junior stuff entreleadership stuff because at Ramsey we've got I. don't know fifteen different lines of business and each one is run by a VP who's kind of like a miniature business owner and they were responsible for whatever their stuff looked like like it was on them. There wasn't like a centralized. Branding. Creative team brand standards we didn't have a CMO. Like I said, it's the wild west. And I had a buddy who was a big time AD agency Guy who really understood this branding stuff and this is the first time. Personally. That had thought about light bulb moment of like Oh. There's something going on here. He came to the live event. And I said, Hey, what do you think and he goes? Well, this is awesome. This is awesome. Dave onstage is awesome as what do you think about our you know emerge and all this kind of stuff he goes honestly. It looks like a roadside fireworks. And it's so overwhelming and confusing, and the message is don't go together. The FONZ don't go together. I guess. And I think a lot of business owners can relate to this because you know we're just trying to ship stuff. Get it sold Tim. And taking the time to actually think through how does the customer experience this? How do they feel when they see it and I also my experience? I, guess we live so close to our products. Yeah, and we forget that the design and we just know what they do where we know our products services very intimately. We know websites really well, and we forget what it's like to have fresh eyes experiencing that brand for the first time. Yeah it's totally true. It takes it takes a lot more work in effort to understand the emotional connection with the brand but also you're talking about consistency and fonts working together and the narrative working together. All that stuff is emotional. IMPOSSIBE said earlier we we had. An Entrepreneurial Mindset that's an entrepreneur to just go go go and I totally get that. That's that's where we were back. Then just go go but over the past few years we've gotten really good at taking a step back and saying how do people experience this at every touch point? What are they feeling when they go from this to this doesn't make sense does it make them feel like they're going to have freedom after using this thing like we're we're taking these steps to understand the connection, but there's there's a lot to be said for consistency.

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Faking a Factory: Creating and Operating a Realistic Honeypot

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:06 min | 1 d ago

Faking a Factory: Creating and Operating a Realistic Honeypot

"I want to touch on the set up of the honeypot first. So as you were alluding to at your presentation, one of the reasons for behind pod is to understand the kind of attackers that would be interested in manufacturing facility to compromise it. So can you tell us how you set up the ICS components industrial control systems components like the hitch? The robotics workstation and try to make it as realistic as possible. So we went through we we already had four different PLC's we've used for other projects, and so we took those sees initially we were going to try and create the logic. I. But we found out is that it was actually a lot easier for us to go through and create the h. m. i.. So he went through a couple of of what our factory should be. and. We decided that we would go with a prototyping factory and the reason for that is that we could make changes on the fly would be a little bit easier instead of only making one type of part, they're pretty much always going to have the same setup. So we wanted something that was a little bit flexible so that if we went through and made changes, it wouldn't. Be, unusual. So we took our pile sees a connected them into an HMO for the. We just started dropping in some different components of what we thought would be at a prototyping facility, and that included a like a hopper or a container for our product. Basically, it was plastics, and then that would feed into a process heater that would heat up the material that would then go through an extruder and that would essentially similar to like a three D. printer or a an injection moulding print out the product, and then it would go off to a conveyor belt essentially and then get shipped out. So we had the appeal see we had different peels for different components. One of the components that one of the PC's was for the agitator in the tank as well as one of. The pumps. So the product would flow out of the tank using the agitator and then get pumped into the process that was essentially one of our PC's we had another one map for the process heater. Then another one map for the stronger and conveyor belts, and then a final one for the politics and the traffic I challenge I was just GonNa say listen I'm not too familiar with industrial countries. Can you explain what Piazzi is and what Tim is So An H. M. I is basically just a graphical interface. So when a switch on appeal see is turned on or off, usually control that through the Hmo I, just really interface, it can do other things but the primary function of the. Our human machine interface is a graphical user interface. Essentially, the L. sees a parable logic controller it can be set up in a number of ways, but typically you have logic on the device you have inputs and. Output S-. So one of the inputs might be a temperature sensor another, which could be the RPM from a motor. The outputs can be as simple as an honor offs function to turn on and off the process heater or the conveyor belt could also be something that you would use to increase or decrease the temperature of the process heater the PAC controls through. I O ports it has logic in there so that you can automatically perform functions. So if the temperature goes above five hundred degrees Fahrenheit than the PLC would automatically turn that down to four hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. For instance, you can set preconditions within the appeal see, and then you can also perform other demands that are remotely done through something like the. HMO. So you have fall components in your sat out, you have the agitator, the burner, the conveyor about and polite tyler, and you have a POC inter phasing with each of these components to allow the operator to adjust to operate at the components. So mostly for monitoring some some of it was for turning the process on and off, and so they it they. Had A bunch of different or a few different functions primarily turning it off and on and monitoring while the actual PLC's and we use some kind of pseudo logic in there to make it look realistic although they weren't actually connected to a real conveyor belt they weren't connected to a real prosecutor. So we simulated some of that data. So how long did it take for your team to come out with this design including the logic in the PRC's? Once. We had kind of settled on what our business was. We took about two weeks to get all of the the. All of the logic setup up that included setting up all the monitoring and all the other pieces as well, and you also have robotics on his well. Yes. So that was a simulated by one of the PLC's we didn't have a real robotic arm we did have a robotics work station. Bats some software on there, but it didn't control anything. So the way that you exposed visit a net is by the time I and also the PIC's as well. Correct. So initially, we had exposed the the robotics work station and all of the Piel sees and we did that using VNC on view only after a while we weren't really seeing anything so. We exposed with on VNC using read and write, and that's when we started getting more attacks and how is this setup different from your previous research where you were looking where research water system and the gas monitoring system I think initially on those that they had just kind of exposed certain ports in certain services online that were common I, think with the. Confident it was common to a gas station setup. This one was a lot more interactive. It required a bit more monitoring a day to day basis the other projects we were just able to collect logs whereas this one, we were actually monitoring what people were doing on our system by doing video recordings and stuff like

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The Case Against Google

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:31 min | 3 d ago

The Case Against Google

"We're going to zoom in now on a detail in the lawsuit the Justice Department filed against Google this week. It alleges that Google paid Apple As much as $12 billion to be the default search engine for iPhones. Prosecutors say this proves that Google abused monopoly power to try to keep rivals down. We should mention Apple and Google are both financial supporters of NPR. NPR's Bobby Allen covers tech and joins us now, Bobby. Thanks so much for being with us, you gotta Scott. And what does the government contend the that this payment is evidence Google abuse power. To the heart of the government's case against Google is that it's grown so large it functions like a monopoly like an oil baron, or like a steel magnet. But instead of being an industrialist's, it has huge power over the Internet, which on its face is not illegal, but When a company gains this much power and throws its weight around to make sure nobody else can compete. That's when there are real legal questions, and the Justice Department says That's how Google behaves. One really vivid example of this, at least allegedly, is this $12 billion payment. Google paid that Apple to make sure Google would be the predetermined search engine on every single Apple device. Practical effect. A cz you notice every time somebody buys an iPhone or an iPad and they search for something on the Internet. It's a Google search. Some people might consider that good. Why is it a problem in short? Because if you're a search competitors say, being or duck duck, go or you pick one. You don't get any attention. I mean, how often Scott, are you googling things on your phone, right? I mean, we say right, exactly. So their dominance is baked into the verb. So and the Justice Department points this out and Inside Google Becoming the default search engine was a huge priority. The Justice Department says. Google insiders called the prospect of not getting the deal code red. Google CEO Sundar Finch. I met one on one with Apple's Tim Cook to hammer out the terms of the deal behind closed doors and, according to the court papers, and unidentified senior employees from Google wrote to an Apple counterpart. Quote Our vision is to work as if we are one company. And so I called up former Justice Department antitrust lawyer John Newman and asked Is this collusion? Don't say it's somewhere in the middle. It's not classic collusion, so it's not like to oil companies conspiring to raise the price of oil, for instance, it looks more like One monopolists, agreeing with another company to split the monopoly rent. So we have Google, Annapolis or technically, competitors working together to make each other stronger. What did the company say about it? Cos say, there's nothing stranger illegal about it that companies make deals all the time to get the best distribution for their products on DH. Apple just decided that Google simply was the best partner to work with. On Google says Look, people like Google, right. Its dominance and strength is the result of just how great it ISS On DH, former Justice Department lawyer Newman says. Yeah, you could be the best. But that is not an argument to not give others a fair shot. If it is true that Google will win out on a competitive playing field, and it may be Even in a competitive market. A lot of people would like to use Google. But even if that's true, that's not a reason to leave the competitive Plainfield uneven.

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Tim Burton Is Making An 'Addams Family' TV Series

Mark Blazor

00:25 sec | 4 d ago

Tim Burton Is Making An 'Addams Family' TV Series

"Weeks at his home studio in New Jersey. The Adams family TV Reboot is in the words. The iconic 19 sixties TV show was reportedly returning to the small screen with Tim Burton spared to direct and executive produce. The Adams family first began as a New Yorker comic strip in the late 19 thirties, then was later adapted into an ABC sitcom running from 1964 to 1966. In 1991, the Adams family movie premiered, grossing

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Trump Campaign Tapes Voters at Drop Boxes in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:28 min | 4 d ago

Trump Campaign Tapes Voters at Drop Boxes in Philadelphia

"Campaign campaign has has taken taken video video of of voters voters at at drop drop boxes boxes in in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. They They say say this this is is an an effort effort to to find find wrongdoing. wrongdoing. But But the the attorney attorney general general says says this this may may rise rise to to the the level level of of voter voter intimidation intimidation here. Whatever used Tim Jimenez is that City Hall this morning. He joins us live with more on this morning to him. Good morning. Carol and the drop box here outside City Hall, in particular, is the subject of the Trump campaign complaint. In a letter to the city commissioners, campaign, attorney Linda Kern says on the 14th campaign representative filmed three voters. Putting two or three ballots in the drop box here, she writes. They believe this this just just the the tip tip of of the the iceberg. iceberg. When When it it comes comes to to people people doing doing this, this, bringing bringing more more than than one one ballot, ballot, they're they're demanding demanding unmanned unmanned drop drop boxes boxes and and Philly Philly be be taken taken away away or or more more restrictions restrictions and and surveillance surveillance be put in place. A city attorney wrote back, rejecting the claim that any law was broken in Pennsylvania. You do have to bring your own ballot. But there are exceptions, like if the other ballots are for those who are disabled or needs some kind of assistance. At least in the three examples from the Trump campaign. There is no proof that the voters did or did not have any valid reason to do so. Attorney General Josh Shapiro he's warning that campaign filming Maybe voter intimidation. The Trump campaign argues news crews. They filmed drop boxes of people there, so this is no different. Officials here in this state and the FBI director Carole They have said that there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. All

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Google faces antitrust charges

The Vergecast

03:43 min | 4 d ago

Google faces antitrust charges

"Something something happened with Google, I believe something did happen with Google. So a on Wednesday, the Justice Department brought a very, very long awaited antitrust lawsuit against Google. Saying that it's search product had basically cornered the market on this very important area of search and was locking out potentially better competition, and it's asking for among other things potential structural changes to the company. We don't really know a whole lot more than that before we get. Into the Nitty Gritty which I'm very excited for. Can you just on the scope of things at the Department of Justice does this feels like it's on the level of them going after Microsoft, in the nineties this isn't like. A little thing that will go away after a weeks because the news cycle has moved on or whatever that like this is going to be some kind of big even if the Department of Justice completely loses because their argument is questionable or whatever that this is a big ambitious meaningful thing that's happening not just a government agency complaining about Big Tech Yeah. This is a really big deal this has been in the works for a very long time. There are antitrust investigations against all the big tech companies and this is the first of. Them and also the first, really big action against Google for a long time. There was an F. T. C. I believe case against Google almost a decade ago, and this is going after Google search, which is the heart of their business and it's going after just the general idea of their size and so yeah, we don't totally know what the rest of the case is going to look like one of the weird things that a fairly small number of attorneys general has signed onto this, but they're definitely going for something that is Microsoft scale. I think the comparisons the Microsoft case they're kinda cutting in both Russian. Tim Wu is friend of the show and some we generally trust to have smart stuff. He's like this is just they just modeled after the Microsoft case. It's the same argument in as some other folks out there who are like this is totally different like a different argument, different case different time. So I think we have to see how that plays out. At a you were talking about what they asked for at the end. So they do mention at the end we want structural relief that is legal code for break-up, Google and then it's like and also anything else the court things would be good and that's the part that is the missed to me right like this thing doesn't tell a story it describes a problem, which is that Google is very big. We should get into the pluses and minuses of just describing that problem, but it describes a problem, but it doesn't really it doesn't feel like the. Doj is like asking for something they're just like look at how bad this problem is. It also seems like there's structural remedies. I mean it does sound like Code break-up. Google. But that's not really implied by the suit like the things they're actually complaining about concretely are a Google has these deals where android phone makers have to install certain APPS. If they want to have any google APPs preinstalled that google chrome default search engine is Google search on that. Google has this revenue sharing deal with apple that they're alleging provides this huge chunk of apple's profits that. That it's the default search engine for apple products, and all of those it kind of just seems like the solution there insinuating is that Google needs to stop having these deals or that it needs to add something like preference menu like you can select your browser. When you first sorry I, keep saying browser I mean searching. That you can select your search engine whenever you opened his brother browser like stuff like that. It's not really clear unless they I don't know spun off search how breaking up Google would help this particular case that they're making

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"tim i" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

01:56 min | 4 d ago

"tim i" Discussed on RunPod

"Is kind of five six o'clock in the evening yeah okay. You're PB's Ni- hang on. We've got to see your marriage and we discussed early three fifty is really good for five K.. Five. K. Gosh. Want my pc five K. is actually I. Think About Twenty, eight, hundred, twenty something like that pretty fast and then, and when do you get a runner's high? When would you experience that I think for me I, always get the highs after I've done the training I think that's when you feel really refreshed and you're kind of pleased with the performance or what you've done. So I think for me that's that's always the high point after training as I mean when it's done, you're like it's done and finally Tim why is it that you love running? As we spoke is really 'cause it clears my head and it's where I can think and I just feel so much better psychologically even if it's you know not doing me good physically but actually is beneficial psychologically as physically and for anyone listening right now who's maybe struggling right now and not sure they will they're thinking of walking what would you say to them? Or. Keep going keep pushing through. Yes. Yeah. Once that's one thing once I've started running he don't stop. That's that I think it's great actually because that's where you can really practice resilience and that positive mental attitude and I hear enjoy it when I start wanting to stop because that's when you can actually bring another element into your running. He he's heard it from tim peak as well and Tim. Thank you so so much. You're officially a member of the run Padron Club sprint and I'd like to say that this limitless which Tim has released biography as I and I urge you to read it. So I have a lot of reading to do ahead of MENAS. Berlin. Thank you so much. Thank you Jenny..

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"tim i" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

04:47 min | 4 d ago

"tim i" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello Welcome to report the run club of the PODCAST. I'm Jenny Falkiner and this week. I'm joined by someone who is in a very special run club of his own a run club with just a few members because for this wrong club, you need to go into space. Yep Today. I'm honored to be joined by Maitre Tempe who spent this is correct him one, hundred, eighty, five days in space. Is that right? That's right. As an International Space Station crew member where by the way he ran a lot. That's true as well. That's very true. Yes. Yeah. We have to run a lot of that to keep fair. Well, look thank you so much for coming Rumford. Thank you. This is great to be here ever since I've learned from what I've wanted us come on because I think you probably have the most unique running story all. Its is pretty is pretty special to be up in space and to be able to go running and run on a treadmill is fantastic experience. Yeah. We are GonNa talk a lot more this. First of all I just want to say congratulations on the new book you have launched any limitless at your autobiography and it's I mean it's brilliant. It gives you an insight and everything and fat charts your journey relief from growing up. When you're younger right through, you know pilot going through the army and also then right up to training to be an astronaut in there as well. Yes. Yeah. I mean there's a there's a long road to becoming an astronaut and when I around speak to school children, students, university and they always what do I need to do? What do I need to will there's no set path and the most important thing is to do what you're passionate about because you won't get looked at to. Become an astronaut until you're in your late twenties, early thirties. So go and enjoy your life going forward that path that you want to do. So this is about the journey to becoming an astronaut, but I presume if you want to become an astronaut, there is an element of making sure you're in good physical fitness because they they want someone that's going to be able to be fit enough to go into space and presumably you've always been into fitness. Yes I've always been into fitness. I. Mean eighteen years in the army and Norway's into running I was I was never a gym. Junkie..

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Northern California under 'critical' fire risk

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:21 min | 5 d ago

Northern California under 'critical' fire risk

"Wildfires wildfires so so strong strong right right now now the the state state is is actually actually playing playing a a little little bit bit of of chess, chess, moving moving personnel personnel and and equipment equipment into locations, most prone to a fire before any smoke is even seen. Hey, CBS reporter Tim Ryan says that preparations especially noticeable in the North Bay, a PS PS is underway. It began overnight with PGE any customers in Northeastern cinema County homes without electricity because of a wildfire threat that's expected to eventually impact as many as 37,000 utility customers in 15 counties. That's down from 54,000 announced earlier. California Office of Emergency Services spokesman Brian Ferguson tells KCBS that fire crews are preparing trying to put equipment ahead of the fire on areas where science tells us more likely to have a bed. So we have fire trucks out this week and late Napa Sonoma County. Um several other counties across northern California where we're prepositioning strike teams of multiple engine a red flag fire warning in effect until 8 a.m. Friday for elevated areas of five Bay area Counties. They also preposition aircraft, sometimes to make sure that we have resource is to move quickly and strike fast, so windy today, but the winds are expected to really pick up Sunday night into Monday. Tim Ryan KCBS

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Jason Capra, C-53 Restorer, Discusses His Latest Restoration

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

07:16 min | 5 d ago

Jason Capra, C-53 Restorer, Discusses His Latest Restoration

"We're talking about fifty three's horse because you've got one that that you've been heavily involved in in restoring. Can You? Let us sit back put our feet up and just tell us the story of this particular airplane and Maybe even backtrack a little bit sort of how you how you came across it what was the path that led you to it, and then the airplanes history itself yeah. That'd be more than happy to so just I've been lucky enough to be involved with another organization and warbirds Incisa teenager, and that was the Berlin airlift historical foundation They have this fifty four spirit of freedom. which unfortunately was just written off due to a tornado passed down in North Carolina. But I was I was lucky to be involved with that and be around Douglas Prop liners in big airplanes warbirds since I was a teen about fourteen or fifteen. So I I've been on the airshow circuit and I had been flying with Tim on that airplane and working on it. So I really got a really good hands on experience on working on these things. And I just so happen to be on my way home from Ground School for my airline that I fly for about five years ago. Now, her now I'm sorry, six years ago. And I was driving back to Pittsburgh and just got tired of being on the interstate. So I started taking all these backroads just trying to get lost. and seeing what I could find stumble across and ended up coming through this little town in Ohio called beach. City Ohio. And came around the bend and there's a grass airstrip sitting there and Kinda like flying community. There's houses with hangers attached to the. And then down at the end of the airport where the road parallels the runway there was. About twenty open air hangars that were in deplorable shape with their rotting away underneath of them. And right on the other side of that hanger was this DC three just. Basically, you know it's painted been oxidized and was turned powder, and there was mold growing on it and just windows were laminated didn't fogged over and the fabric honor flight controls were torn and it was just about the saddest thing I think I've ever seen in my life. And knowing that that airplane deserved better and I always joked about me and I'd love to find one of those barns. Fine words. You know it's kind of a dream for some of us out there that maybe one day you'd be Lucky enough to stumble across something like that. And and and here's this DC three that I know nothing about that clearly hasn't flown in ages. And I pulled off to the side of the road and walked over and walked around it and just everything about it just broke my heart and you could tell, and we always talk about these old airplanes having souls but this thing. This thing was crying out for helping and I cure it and I don't know why but right then and there I just kind of looked at the airplane and I said don't worry old girl. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do something help you And When I left that day I was on a mission to track down the guy who. Owned it or whoever owned it, and I was going to try and see if there was something we could do to save. And that's pretty much how that started. Did you ever think that. You'd you'd actually own something like this I mean this is the spree a significant. Did you ever think you'd actually make it happen? no. I always thought I would own award and and have an organization of some such but My sites were being set on either a bt thirteen or maybe a cheese six. something a little bit more manageable and definitely a lot smaller. But it was just one of those things that I. You know has been working with Tim in the C fifty four for so long and I saw how essentially three or four dedicated people could make a four engined douglas work. And I thought well, if I could get two or three dedicated people, there's no reason we couldn't make a DC three work is half the size. And Tim always said that you know in his words he said anybody can operate a DC three if you have a little bit of knowledge and. He always said there's hope for you to on day. It was a joke. You know what? I he was right, and here we go. So we're going to give us shot so. That's awesome. So so what was the next step? How did you go about tracking down the owner? So I actually went on the FAA's website and just typed in the on number and. and. Sure. Enough. It came up with the gentleman's name is name was Ken Joseph. And So I saw that he lived in the Akron area somewhere. So then I just googled Ken Joseph Akron Ohio. And every Joseph that popped up I just blindly called and asked if they were the individual that on the DC three at the Beach City Airport. So it took me about three weeks to get hold of him and actually got a hold of his son I and he put me in touch with him. and. I just asked if I could come out and talk with them about the airplane and and take a look at it more in depth than I already did. And he agreed to that and he didn't know. Anything very much about the history of the airplane prior to it being the east to be the governor's airplane of the State of Ohio. And that was about the end of his knowledge is to what it was where it was. But obviously, I, I saw from the data plate inside when I went in that it was built an accepted on January nineteen forty two. Something like listening definitely has some combat history military history and nobody's seemingly knows what that is. I'm going to have to dive into that and find out. But So, after I talked with Ken for a while I told him I said, would you ever be interested in selling this? And he said, no, not at all I've had this airplane for since nineteen ninety three and he's like multiple people ask me all the time and I'm just not interested. and Said Okay and I said, well, let me tell you of the one of the other airplanes I fly and work on and. Were give me a chance I. I would do my best in in hyphen very confident that we would be able to give it a retirement that. This this other airplane I fly has and I think that's what she deserves and I think that's probably what you would like to see happen to it. I. Just need you to give me a chance. So we went back and forth for about a month or two and finally called me and said, all right. Here's the deal. I'll sell you the airplane for one hundred, thousand dollars. It comes with to spare engines. And you've got one year to come up with the the total balance of the airplane, you can put whatever you WANNA put down on it as collateral. But if you don't have the money by this time a year from now. I keep the airplane and your money. Wow that's a harder. The race was on to. The race was on to make it happen.

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John Gorman Discusses the Use of Opportunity Zones to Address Social Determinants

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

07:29 min | 5 d ago

John Gorman Discusses the Use of Opportunity Zones to Address Social Determinants

"To the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David. Intra Cosso. During this podcast saw discussed efforts to address social determinants of health with John Gorman chairman of the nightingale partners and founder and former Executive Chairman of Gorman Health Group. John Welcome to the program. Thanks David. Great to be here. especially with another native DC guy here most welcome John's by is, of course, posted on the podcast website. Briefly on background, the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic has exposed. The country's failed to adequately address the social determinants of health. Generally defining health access and quality education, economic circumstances, food security, social conditions, and environmental factors. It is estimated that where people live work and socialize determines as much as sixty percent of their health status. Whereas formal medical care accounts for just ten percent. For example concerning. Circumstances forty years of wage stagnation among lower income earners has left forty five percent of working age Americans. With either no health care insurance for insurance without a pocket expenses so high. They avoid sinking care went for example, they developed covid nineteen related symptoms. Healthcare policy makers have slowly begun to take an interest in addressing sto ages as a way to improve health delivery by increasing increasing appropriate utilization and reducing costs. For example, Medicare, advantage plans which enroll more than one third of all Medicare beneficiaries have recently been given regulatory authority to offer Ma benificiary supplemental benefits beyond medical care such as mail deliveries, home modifications, and Personal Care Services. With beginning, discuss, addressing, social determine, specifically use of what are termed opportunities zones. Again. John Gorman. So Jon with that as background. Louis. Begin by asking if you could provide a brief overview of nightingale. Sure David Nangle partners is one of these weird opportunities zone funds that came out of trump's big tax giveaway bill It was actually Cory Booker's program that was designed to encourage investment in real estate and disadvantaged communities and I was sitting on my ass retired last spring and got a notification that the irs had just completely revamped the rags to allow opportunities own capital to be used not just for real estate investment. But also for leases one portly for working capital or for meeting the business requirements of a new company inside one of the nine thousand roughly nine thousand opportunities zones around the country and those opportunities owns David are all. Severely, economically disadvantaged and more importantly medically underserved, and because the irs allowed now opportunities own capital to be used for working capital for meeting business requirements. That's what opened the door to allow us to use opportunities on Capitol to make large scale investments in social determinants of health intervention. So nightingale partners with insurers with health systems with large medical groups to finance design launch, and where necessary execute on our goals to improve. The quality of care for vulnerable populations. In this country, a lot of people like to say and I love it that we packed a Republican billionaire tax shelter in order to improve care for black drought people on that gets me up every morning. Sir Thank you. So this as you noted, this was a provision in the December seventeen tax bill. Specifically page one, hundred, and thirty. This was picked up this previous legislation as you noted, that as you mentioned senator from New Jersey Cory Booker but also the South Carolina African American Republican, the only one Tim Scott. So this is picked up in the tax bill previous legislation and you mentioned the nine thousand. So these are census tracts that meet this low income community criteria wrote and then explain to me. Governors than have to select a discrete number. That could benefit from this. Tax Advantage program is that correct doubts correct and there was a little bit of mischief but some of the governors in the designation of some of those areas and there's been, you know some gamesmanship with this story like you know Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey is. Used an opportunity zone fund open up frigging LAUNDROMAT. In Asbury, Park with Bruce, springsteen cats not the kind of stuff that we do. I'm not surprised to hear that I guess the former governor is a is obsessed with. Mr Asbury Park and again just so on. Understand better more clearly, this is the tax advantage here is that by investing the capital gains on your investment, you can avoid paying the. Twenty three percent the capital gains tax and that basically. Sure go ahead, go ahead. Well, basically, the way it works is that if you invest money or capital gains in and opportunities zone and you leave it in for at least ten years, not only is the initial investment completely tax free but then all of the proceeds that you make on that investment are completely tax free. So high net worth individuals. And family offices large corporations the generate large amounts of capital gains love this program, and indeed it opened up about six point two trillion dollars in available capital based on the amount of capital gains that we generate in our economy. So of that amount, David Roughly a hundred billion dollars has been invested thus far into opportunities zones off. The roughly eight months programs operate. And again, the idea is the long leave the money and means completely tax free for ten years out of step seven years you pay are you're eighty five percent excuse but I know that that number surprises me would you say this this this one, hundred, billion, his far more than was estimated when the legislation was passed. No I think it's probably rolling out slower than A lot of folks had hoped and as you can imagine, the vast majority of those deals that have been done thus far has been around real estate and real estate redevelopment certainly in the healthcare sector I think we're still the only firm out here. That's a healthcare focus opportunities on fund it. You know it we've been the only ones to my knowledge. So we're you know we're granted here, but we have yet even break a billion, but we're that's our goal.

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What happens if online advertising is just a big, fat bubble?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:26 min | 5 d ago

What happens if online advertising is just a big, fat bubble?

"So. Big Tech monopolies are in the news this week the Department of Justice sued Google over how it maintains its search dominance and it search dominance is the key to its business model, which is that it makes eighty percent of its revenue from digital advertising facebook by the makes ninety, nine percent of its revenue from advertising and the profitability of targeted ads is also a big reason why tech companies are constantly collecting so much data about us and there's a multibillion dollar ad tech industry that exists because all of this makes so much money. But what these ads didn't actually work all that. Well, Tim Wong is a former public policy executive Google where he worked on artificial intelligence and machine learning and he's of the new book subprime attention crisis I. Think this is an interesting important distinction right? which is it's not necessarily to make the argument that advertising never works categorically right? We have examples of it working. The question is whether or not the market as a whole really lives up to the promises that it's made and the promises made is that data driven. Automated form of what's known as programmatic advertising is a kind of advertising that's way better than billboards or magazines or the kind of madman style of advertising and I think ultimately, it may be that we are exactly where we were decades ago. Right? which is we actually don't know which half of the money spent advertising works in which one is wasted. We just very difficult to tell. Is, there an awareness of this? I mean I know that you know after for example, Cambridge Politica, there was a lot of conversation about how there are lots of promises related to micro targeting and that it just might not be. Realistic. Like do advertisers are they starting to understand this? Well, I, think there's a lot of willful blindness in the Advertising Space you know so this book that I just wrote, it opens on a really strange experience that I had going to a marketing conference where a professor laid out all of the evidence right? You know sixty percent of people never see ads ad blocking up all around the world it was just dead space the. Advertisers kind of refuse to engage with it, and you know it's one of the things I've been thinking a lot about because it's similar to patterns that we see and other market bubbles right where there's these deep structural problems with the industry. But a lot of the people involved either don't want to hear it or they don't believe it I mean listen I'm very familiar with the idea of the belief that technology must be working even. All. Evidence to the contrary. But I do want to ask you about targeting specifically because it seems like there's a lot of technical reasons it doesn't work. But what about this idea that there's a massive amount of data collection that ads can be so specific and personalized that you literally cannot resist them are you saying that's also not true Yeah I. Mean You brought up Cambridge Analytical earlier? I mean there's a fascinating report that just came out from the UK privacy regulator that was basically their research to say look there's all of this kind of. Metric advertising does it make a difference and the conclusion? There was no there actually was not any significant difference and there's two reasons for that. One of them is a lot of researchers find that a lot of the data being used as faulty and messy and doesn't work and I think the other one is whether or not. This data actually helps you to target a message better is really unclear. There's a great researcher by the name of Allesandro. Who's been doing some work on if you have targeted ads versus non targeted ads, does it actually make a difference and conclusion is it does but really only by a small margin, much less than you think. Could it also expose the fact that a lot of these companies no longer want the data for advertising like they want it for machine learning. Yeah I. think that's ultimately you know I think one of the great questions and responses I've had to the book is people say so why have we built this enormous surveillance infrastructure? This thing just doesn't work I. Think people have traditionally thought. Oh, well, it's because Mark Zuckerberg wants to build a mind control ray that's his advertising system. You know the reality is that it has been collected for other reasons and for sure I think things like the promise of machine learning is is one of the reasons that people collect this data. What Can. Be Done. Do you think I mean? This is a big complicated technology question. You've got companies spending a ton of money and companies that rely on this for their whole business model. Like what could solutions even look like? One of my worries about this is that again, if you study the history of market bubbles, a lot of what we see is very reminiscent right to the say the subprime mortgage crisis of two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eight, and there is a momentum here in the problem with bubbles is that. While, it may look great in two, thousand, seven, I think we were saying how great economy is doing. At some point they pop and I think the human costs will be great. It's really not just a matter of whether or not you know Mark Zuckerberg has less. Fewer billion dollars right I think you gotta think about all the media that's relying on this ecosystem that journalism that relies on it and many other places that advertising touches online, and so I I tend to believe in the idea that we have to find ways of deflating this bubble and so I'm really interested in kind of the ability to both spread the public word about some of the problems in this marketplace. But also I think there's room for regulation I. think There's room to enforce transparency in the marketplace to try to make sure that you know expectations about this match up with reality. There's been just as a regulatory matter there been a lot of questions about banning targeted advertising. Should that happen? Yeah I I do think. So and I think in some ways you know in may be the thing that pops the bubble right because for the longest time, advertisers have been basically holding to the position that we need all this data order to do our business to target our ads and what we're seeing as things. GDP are the European privacy law and CPA to California privacy law rollout is in many cases the market just keep chugging along even though our advertisers have a lot less access to data and I do think that that kind of realization that all this data might actually not have been very. Meaningful might actually 'cause you know sort of expectations or perceptions about how great this stuff is to kind of crash to Earth, and so you think these privacy laws have these two effects. One of them is to protect privacy, which of course is important but I think the other side of it is actually in May of like you know strip the veil off this market that I think has been kinda shrouded for so long Tim. Wong is the author of the new book subprime attention crisis. How big a bubble are we talking here? Digital advertisers will spend over one hundred and forty billion dollars in the US in twenty twenty.

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California's Theme Parks Won't Reopen Anytime Soon

Tim Conway Jr.

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

California's Theme Parks Won't Reopen Anytime Soon

"Knew a trade group that represents theme parks in California, says legal action is being considered to get the governor to allow the re opening of Park sooner. Erin Guerrero with California attractions in Parks Association, says all options are open right now. Our number one goal. Is to be allowed to reopen responsibly. Obviously, we we love to keep that conversation going and come up with a reasonable timeline for reopening. State officials announced yesterday that large theme parks would have to wait until the state is in its least restrictive Yellow Cove in 19 tier city officials in Anaheim say that could be another 6 to 12 months or longer. Executives with Disneyland Universal Studios, Knott's Berry Farm, Magic Mountain and other parks say the state guidelines are arbitrary and have no scientific

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Barack Obama to hold drive-in campaign rally for Joe Biden in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:37 min | 6 d ago

Barack Obama to hold drive-in campaign rally for Joe Biden in Philadelphia

"Campaigns have their sights set on Pennsylvania right now. President Trump held a rally in eery last night and today former President Barack Obama is going to be in Philly for a drive in rally that's going to be held at Citizens Bank Park. That's where Kate, why don't we use Tim Jimenez is and he joins us live until you've been saying all morning. It's hard to see the set up because it's just so foggy out there. Yeah, absolutely Hiss and you know, there was a moment where you could see a little bit And then even more fog rolled for so it is difficult to see what exactly the setup is here at for this drive in rally, it'll be at this parking lot at 11th and Patterson, which is right outside Citizens Bank Park. And also across the street from Xfinity Live and the event is set for 5 45 former president Obama will be here but not the candidate himself. Joe Biden is preparing for tomorrow's debate. Because of Corona virus restrictions. This rally will not be open to the general public. Local campaign officials are handling the tickets. The former president being here in Philadelphia is just the latest example of how crucial Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes are, according to the polls. Joe Biden has a lead here in Pennsylvania, but it's close. Even tightening, according to at least one poll. Reuters is post poll, which has bite it up by four points compared to seven last week. And just to give an idea of how critical turnout is Trump beat Hillary Clinton by 44,000 votes in Pennsylvania. Clinton got nearly 64,000 fewer votes than Barack Obama did in 2012 Carol. While then candidate Trump really outperformed Mitt Romney by about 290,000 votes. All right. Thank you. To him. And for all of

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Santa Monica Police chief stepping down amid anger over protests

Tim Conway Jr.

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

Santa Monica Police chief stepping down amid anger over protests

"Police chief has retired because of strained relationships with the community. Cynthia Renaud will get four months of severance pay totaling around $97,000 in the city will pay for her defense if she's ever sued for actions while she was in office. You know, had been under fire for her handling of protests in late May and beginning of June, and a petition with more than 60,000 signatures had called for her resignation or no was outspoken about the unrest. Seeing opportunists were ruining the protests. Renaud will become president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and former Santa Monica police chief Jackie Seabrook will come out of retirement as interim chief Steve Gregory King If I knew this report brought to you, by Mike

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Interview With Matthew McConaughey

The Tim Ferriss Show

07:15 min | Last week

Interview With Matthew McConaughey

"Matthew. Welcome to the show. Good to be here. Tim. How are you sir? I'm doing very well, and I have just an embarrassment of riches in front of me in terms of notes that I would love to to take some stab at covering even a portion of and I thought we could begin with a little backstory for those people who know your work perhaps not your personal story. Let's paint a picture of your parents now lives in preparation for this conversation doing some homework and I came across a quote of yours feel free to fact, check this of course is from the Guardian but it says one of the great images I have my father is on the phone with a cigarette at the airport on the pay phone always peddling. Peddling pipe and how What is what is that for those who don't know been coupling? So he ruin the old business and to drill you obviously pipe couplings connect the pipe to drill for oil. So Dad was in the pipe coupling business and he was he would call it peddling pipe, Paralympic no John Pendant peddling pipe and that twenty did on the phone eight to six, and then he hit the road and Go make personal appearances China. So pipe, he started off as a truck driver than Texaco station down you've Audi we moved to longview Texas oil boom within like six months after being in Longview. Dad like twenty six employees under him. That's how big of an oil boom was, and then obviously at that business through I think around eighty two and he kind of held on from there he was always. Always, peddler is line was great. He was always be never did it never went bankrupt and that was a piece of honor for him not to go bankrupt but he was always after all boom sort of busted he was always act boys if I could just. I just hit a lick and he never did hit that lick. But if if he lick is. Big Sale Olympic is a big cow lick is okay Mr. Jim Magana. Hey I want all my pipe from you and we're going to drill two hundred thousand feet above abide. So says huge count on my Gosh I'm going to supply the pipe to this one large account that would be a lick he never quite yet. So we're going to jump to the other track with mom for a second here and at like to have conversation about or description maybe of mink oil. Could you tell us how oil entered your life? Please I would not be here talking to you right now if it wasn't for the oil of Meek Yeah It was about home fourteen, fifteen years old ninth grade adolescence. My mom starts pedaling again Pentland Milan family was pedaling something my mom starts pedaling this oil of me product door to door sales. Look here you put this mink oil on your face it brings out all the impurities that you have and watch those impurities all come out. You then have clear glowing in for the rest of your life that was sort of the sales pitch right? Well, I'm fifteen I got a few pimples as any fifteen year old does one night. My mom goes well, you should choose this all. Great you're let me do that. Sure. So I started putting this oil make on my face every night before I go to bed, and after about a week, I wake up and got more pimples than I had a week. And I check in the mirror go to Mama as don't she goes that exactly what is supposed to to pull out all the impurities keep doing it stick with it sure. I'd just religiously keep putting it on after two weeks. Now seem to be run into a problem. He I've got I've. got a whole full of pimples and it's it's it's getting pretty severe back. She's Oh. Wow. You've just got more impurities then I thought you just keep keep doing it going to keep bringing out those impurities I keep it up three weeks. Go by now I've got full blown acne and I'm really concerned my mom's staying on with no stick with it all coming out well I sneak off to the dermatologist on my own. And this was not my mom's recommendation I, sneak there on. In, take a bottle of this Mako. Doc Look at my face. This is put on your face shown this bodies liberty reads ladies like Oh no, no, no, no, no no. No this is i. someone that's like forty year old or not a teenage child who's got oily pours anyway this blocking your pores your pores can't breathe. You are ten days away from having ice pick holes in your face from acne get you off this. Okay as we also have to get you on this stuff got accutane. It's a years worth of medicine. It will dry you up there will have its complications, but it'll be better than in the acting that you can have APSO boom. I could on the accutane off the oil of make and around that time my dad who's always as peddling and look and how to hit lick. says. Damn Boy I. We got a lawsuit against his company. Them becoming I mean you're you're looking at me look you. You're all swollen up. So he takes me to see lawyer remember lawyers, Jerry hairs. So I'm sitting down with my dad and his lawyer Jerry Harrison new think we got a case and he asked me like you know, hey, did you confidence lower? We know with these these pimples you've got this acne down by guess Sir because we are you doing good with the girls and I said, no, sir, not at all he his eyes light up and I can tell that even at my age fifteen he he's building his case goes. Emotional. Distress you were under emotional are under emotional distress and I look at them and I'm like Sure Yeah Moshe stress in Jerry's. Gosh Dog, we can get thirty five to fifty thousand dollars. Emotional distress go long way Jim Medaglia caught. At fifty thousand dollars a way to goes on, and so that's getting all excited about this deal. We're GONNA make fifty thousand dollars off of my emotional distress is youngest son. So anyway, meanwhile on accutane. Takes a year to get clear up and you get Scaly Dandruff in your knees. Hurt you get slits in your mouth and everything else but much better than this acne and this Jackie clear in this acne up on my faith well, as lawsuits go they drag on awhile. So come two years later I'm back in Jerry Harrison office sitting across the table from the from the defense attorney and now my Hackley's cleared up. Okay and this lawyer sits there and starts off the conversation with us. Oh my gosh. Must have been so emotionally distressful and I'm like he's Lavin Mu Softball here I'm going to knock this out of the par. Yes. It was highly emotional distressful and he's got you confidence was down. He did it again with this guy dude he's a horrible. Tea In me up we're just it out apart. Yes. It was almost the distressful. My confidence was low wasn't doing well with girls. I mean man it was bad stuff. Sir and I'm sitting here thinking we got this case.

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Kala Bagai

Asian Americana

04:03 min | Last week

Kala Bagai

"You're hearing is a city council meeting. In Berkeley California Watt One minute unity members are calling into comment in favor of renaming one of Berkeley's trees Monica. I'd like to speak to number eleven as well. My Name is money show Josh I'm a professor of education at the University of San Francisco, thank you for your support of Culebra Guy Way this is an important moment for Asian Americans Berkeley one in five Berkeley residents is Asian American and we have a long and vibrant history here but you wouldn't know that from our streets our schools are parks and our buildings where at a historic folks are calling in to advocate for a street in Berkeley to be renamed Della Guy. South Asian immigrant who came to Berkeley over one hundred years ago. Anyhow numbers my name is he I'm releasing cal Grad who graduated back in May of this year there really is sincere excitement among the Berkeley student community when it comes to this renaming, I think especially among students of color in South Asian students in particular were all itching to see ourselves represented such concrete way Pun completely intended Hello good evening, Mr Mayor and City Council members leading was Michelle McGowan, and calling in from Washington DC and on behalf of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in historic preservation I'm here to support the naming of callow. Guy Way to the best of our knowledge. The City of Berkeley has little to no landmarks, monuments or markers recognizing the historical and cultural contributions of Asian Americans or Pacific Islander I for. One and he goes for the Berkeley South Asian radical history walking tour speaking in support of caliber guy way you heard from just a couple of US tonight while others are watching the live streaming APP station of your boat stories of club often ignored by Berkeley institutions, and yet we know that telling of bigger more inclusive history of Berkeley has the power to transform. US and our city, a clever guy we allows us to both honor her and reconcile difficult moments for history. Thank you for voting in favor of caliber guy way giving us something to celebrate during these especially tough times that last person you heard was Bernales Gosh one of the main organizers of this renaming campaign I called her up to learn more I am Barnett Lico. Im One of the creators of the Berkeley Salvation. Walking tour so I would Tim South Asian South Asian American. I grew up in India and moved to renounce five i. you she her pronounce. So we've been doing Berkeley Salvation Radical History Walking tour since twenty twelve and Iran these tourists with my partner honor Van Chatterjee. Through the tours, we take a disappearance in groups of about twenty around the city of Berkeley and make stops at places that are of historical importance South Asian Americans, and we tell stories of resistance in. That happened in the City of Berkeley and those histories go back over a hundred plus years. So we share stories of cure organizing youth organizing after nine eleven, stories of feminist and freedom fighters. And we include stories also of oppression not only that our community has faced but also oppressions within our own community say homophobia or caste system. I asked her how she came to learn about caliber guy and organized this campaign under about an I are always looking for things that happened at Berkeley and trying to understand what the lives of people who live here. especially in the early nineteen hundreds was like when we started doing the tours, we definitely didn't know enough about caliber guy maybe a few years ago. I heard her oral history on the South Asian American digital archives website and I came across both the video and early history where she mentioned Berkeley and that immediately caught my Attention. But there's an extra factor that makes her relationship to Berkeley particularly unique. Her main relationship to the city was that she was turned away from the city and I think that district people up in trying to understand why is it in Berkeley team after caliber guy when she may be never even lived here

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"tim i" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"tim i" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Agents they're always on a knife's edge because they aren't renting profit driven business point number two, point number two, and this is something that you often say. We see agents who are all about delegating but then abdicate can you talk about what you mean by that? Agents are kind of addicted to off shoring the things that they don't like to do and things of that nature. So what does it mean to delegate and then abdicate? Well so abdication means you basically walk away from whatever it is application the abdicating the throne for example, if you WANNA use lashing your hands of something exactly you're not. You're not just you're done that you're out you're maybe it was your responsibility but now it's no longer your responsibility you're completely abdicating responsibility. Well, that's not the same as delegation, but that's the same. That is exactly what most of you do and the reason that most of you do that is because we're GONNA get to a future point but the reality of it is is that you hire somebody to do a particular task and you'll read some book or hurts her some fake guru tell you that your goal is to basically delegate and then let that person run with it. You can let a person with that, but you still have to have KPI key performance indicators. You still have to have a view, an active monitoring system in place where you can watch to make things are getting done and it does. Not Matter how big and successful your business what industry you're in the second you advocate what you delegate it. That's when you lose control. Now, some of you are going to say Tim I read a whole bunch books on micromanaging and micromanaging bad micromanaging this and micromanaging that you do mike you should micromanage everyone until they've proven themselves over a long period of time of not needing micromanaged by micromanaging if you're saying that's bad because you're holding the people you're paying responsible and accountable to the tasks that you've given them in other words you're not advocating you're delegating, but then you're holding them responsible for results that's called Mart. Do that's called burning appropriate business that's actually called being a good business person. But what most agents do and frankly most entrepreneurs do is they set systems in place, read a book, the Higher Guru whatever, and then they delegate to people that are frankly not the right people to delegate to or maybe they were when they hired them but over time and sometimes it's not matter months not years those people knowing that they're not going to be held accountable start to get lazy and then the efficiency that they have to complete said task. Goes. Obsolete A. Crap. Then, there's your business starts to lose more and more profit, and then you rationalize while I'm going to spend more money to generate more leads and all the while the reason that you're actually running a essentially nonprofit business is simply because of the fact that you have abdicated and not delegated while monitoring. Well, see one thing leads to the next doesn't it? So point number two was don't advocate when you delegate don't walk away from the accountability but what what happens and I see this most obviously I think you would agree with us as when agents hire a whole bunch. Of Buyer's agents they say, okay I'm not working with buyers anymore I'm out and then they give them all their violates and they don't realize that you know buyer's agents also need debit buyer presentation by pre-qualification scripts, some training, and what happens within thirty days what are the buyer's agents say all the lead, suck I.

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"tim i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

08:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"tim i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Insanity that's going on in our country right now. I really changed my perception of I. Liked the songs before they were good mayor enjoyable but hearing him do it live. On Broadway and hearing some backstory on those utterly amazing changed my perception of songs completely so That is a great choice that and I love the. Story about that that it that it's beautiful I mean just just the wish alone for about his mother that was I thought that the best part of this show. And the show is beyond impressive. Exactly So. You know here's I. Know a lot of people do not like the phrase guilty pleasure. It's it's a pleasure. You know what I don't have to feel guilty about enjoying something but The argument, what is a song? That is a guilty pleasure for you. For me I know a lot of people hate this song and I'm perfectly fine with it. I. Love this song I'm unapologetic about it, and for me fifty seven channels is bruce at his his absolute. Humorous songwriting best and. It's I again. I know people hate it I love. The Song I've is one of my favorites the next song and they all also pretty Amazing called Cross my heart. But if seven channels, it's bruce at his. You know just being funny being enjoyable and just. Making making people have, and that's what I think they. Yeah. You've talked about that before that you like the funny Bruce, you enjoy those songs about that, and so I I'm not I had I had not thought of that. But now that you say that that is absolutely perfect choice for you I totally agree my friend that is absolutely spot on especially you know from your perspective, you've always defended that song so good choice good choice in end of the day there's enough. Sad depressing You know there's enough Monroe songs that he's written I mean he's not the smiths or anything but he certainly has his fair share of unhappy endings in his songs and so. Having some of his that just a burst with humor and you know in the name of Elvis I'm showing TV basically. I I enjoy that and. I think that's humorous to me and I like his sense of humor. Awesome. Perfect. Alright. Song you wish you had seen live. I seen it in my sixteen times. So I've seen most of my be bucket list songs that I wanted to always see. And for me I think the one that I most regret not seeing is fire I love the song. I love the pointer sisters version of the song I. There's never really been a good record version of that song on any his albums live in you know. As as seventy was probably the. Best Court he knows it. But. I've never heard it life and it's one that I I think. I really enjoy the. Peak Cadillac would be another one because both It's just a rock, just a rollicking Brocker, but I've heard so many of his rollicking rockers before but never fire we they wish it would. Good Oh, I like that. That's that's a really good choice So the last one. A great song to see live. If. I had one choice of to hear. One of his songs life and. I would choose that land. There's not a better life song in his Cadillac in watching twenty thousand fist pumping the air every time the you know in screaming out that. The roof almost goes off It's to me it's the most energetic. It's the most. Fun It's the most life affirming song that he does I mean born around obviously when they pull up the lights is great you know and everybody just. But you also know at that point you're only three or four songs away from the end of the concert and it's just it's kind of a bummer. So Right Now that. Boardrooms ever bummer but I with. You know in the back of your mind that there's less less page in front of you than there has been behind. So but badlands. Me Life that is the best life song he ever done and I just love that Song Life I. Mean, I, love this song to begin with but hearing it live is just that A. Shot of adrenaline straight into the heart and it's just fun. It's. Just. Amazing. It's this. For the rolling stones it would be me up. For that song it's everybody. If you're even thinking about sitting down, it gets to stand the hell up and just enjoy music so I love it. That's a great choice and often you know he a lot of times. He'll start the show with that and in it does no matter where you are. In the set list, it excite you and it gets you up and you're rolling. Yeah my choice was tenth avenue freeze out for many of the same reasons, right We've got a lot of the. And especially land during the band everybody cures for. You know and all of that stuff and. If think grows, energetic, songs wealth. And I loved him freeze out but I for me, it's just. GotTa. Be Fattening. This is like taking straight cocaine. Taking. I imagine. That's what I need Kathy. Yeah. Oh this is great. Great Selections I. I appreciate You joining me so much this is facing. It's always fun to talk to you and and the catch up and and I hope you and your family are all safe and. We are so far everything's good and I wish you everybody is well that you stay safe and you know when all the stupidity and craziness over. Would love to you know get together for lunch or something In. Something down the road. We absolutely we need to do that and we need to go to a show together again and and enjoy that would be fun. We have I just I'm looking forward to seeing how is show in a few weeks is GonNa be, and so I'll let you know Concerts look like If you know as of right now, they're there I think I bought the first ticket and so it may just be me and Oak Ridge boys to nothing you know Vira together but if it Sounds right. Exactly. But damp walking off every other see math and all of that stuff. Tim If someone wants to reach you give us your twitter handle. BG concierge and I'm meeting planner, and so that was kind of my planning and it's kind of more into just being an inseparable Person, on twitter sometimes. Twitter Yes. I think you're a great person that I. On twitter well, like harassing. Because after the Iraq absolutely you do Thank you Tim I. Agree with you we need to break bread together when the craziness gets in a different level where we get things a little bit back to normal, we do need to get together and so I appreciate your friendships..

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"tim i" Discussed on Edge of the Web

Edge of the Web

04:46 min | Last month

"tim i" Discussed on Edge of the Web

"That's where people come in and help you do do you recommend jettison some of the old videos of the key campaign or a a brands not necessarily mostly because youtube systems if it's not performing well, the like if people aren't resonating with it, they just won't surface. It anymore. So every once in a while and over video, we'll just like pick up We'll get picked up by youtube systems, and now it fits perfectly into this viewing session. But that viewing didn't exist someone over there uploaded that video and now your videos the perfect next video to watch a prior to the other person's video being uploaded. It didn't really fit well. Dot It. So even if it's not behaving, well, keep it in the paddock because it could very well take off based on new content that's related unless you just feel like this is. Not Representative of my brand this this would hurt my brand and what people think about me now if they saw this so. That be a reason but even that I wouldn't remove it, I would just need it unlisted. So doesn't show up on Youtube, but still anyone who's got notification about it or it's been shared or embedded somewhere it'll still work for those people very good. Very good. I'm going to have to ask for a chapter two on this. There's so much that you're unpacking and I really wanted to get you back and go into a whole nother realm of of not only tips and techniques, but also understanding the attraction factor hooks themselves. That's an entire conversation just on video hooks right Oh. Yeah. Yeah. especially, how they connect with title thumbnail then Hooks Severi most curator's figure out before the press record. I'm going to have to buy him dinner or something like this. We gotta get them back on the show. There's so much here that we want to be able to deliver to our audience so. They. Tim I would a there's no way to ask you one pro tip. What would you give? To our audience..

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"tim i" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

06:15 min | 2 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Their numbers, outrageous shot, free throws and. Are they turned down like help just because it didn't look cool. Really like Rick Perry wanted to help him shoot underhanded and you just didn't like the way. But. He was shooting like a good percentage doing it. It is really interesting. I have listened to them but I, haven't listened the recent ones. I haven't listened to the big men can't shoot is a gangster he was talking about but as far as the production yeah I mean I you know the this one I think this podcast has the when you're listening to right now is rare in that there is damn near no production although Rogan doesn't do any production does he know he talks he rattles off ten minutes worth of spots. tremeaud surprised by I mean I know I do a couple at the beginning I haven't yet because I'm just like, okay. It's not going to give the people, the advertisers values. So you intermingle them even though everybody is aware that you can skip through them. But Hey, listen if you like the podcast, the podcast exists because of advertising getting mad about advertising but that's the currency I. Love the way Rogan does it because I know I just fast food? And it's done. Yeah. But yeah, he's still making whatever the hell is that he's making at least one, hundred million doing doing that strategy attempt I recall him our back on the election tim I. Recall you mentioning something along the lines of Mani not being a fan of campaigning. How do you think that contributed to last night's result if at all number that's number one number two not living in. Saint Louis. I'm curious as to how you and Pete think his campaign compared to pages that his career crickets from to recaps questions from the audience superstar You are correct that he did I. do believe if he didn't say it on the PODCAST, he certainly set in a conversation we had. So he did not like campaigning and one of the things he was weighing. When deciding to run twenty twenty was the fact that he would have to run again in two, thousand, twenty two and that means he would be campaigning in two, thousand, eighteen, twenty, twenty, and twenty, twenty two, and that did not appeal to him. however to follow up on your second question. I. Think the idea of campaign in what we have thought about it pre march twenty twenty totally changed because just like with the exception of Kimberly Gardener I didn't see anybody having any parties last night. And so therefore, you didn't see campaigns right now like you have in the past because people couldn't speak in front of hundreds or thousands of people. So I don't think that part. Impacted him as much. What I do think impacted him in a major way and it's really when you kind of this is kind of like a revision history episode here. Mark Montani didn't win. I believe in two thousand eighteen because you had a right to work initiative on the ballot and therefore you had a strong union turn out and he was portrayed as being anti union and so he I was like I think honestly I think mark I knew he wasn't. GonNa win in two thousand, eighteen things got close. Last night I don't think that's how they felt..

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"tim i" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

Unreserved Wine Talk

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

"Awesome okay so tim. I can't believe how this is flown by I want to ask you a few more personal wine questions. What's the best piece of wine advice you've ever received? The education brings join I really believe that with wine I think it's the key to so many things is the more you know about a particular topic and the more you Lynn, the more you enjoy it looking at that bottle of wine suddenly. Not Understanding the history behind the region that types of gripes. Processes Lissa things Ed to. The enjoyment of wine is product in the category, said the more more you can do taking courses reading books going places if you can. If you can travel, travel is just beautiful to land, and it just reinforces all the things I've been fortunate to on a few trips to places that I've read about about, but once you go, the just reinforces and start things into a whole new level. It's like I've been to Burgundy, and just it's a confusing region to start. When you taste and you're in the place, and then you're tasting the wine that's that multi sensory thing that comes together and the other example I would take from outside of the wine. World is I was a dancer for twenty some years, so when I watched ballet or somebody dance. I don't just have an intellectual response to it. I have a muscular response to because I've been there done that like. It's a full body kind of and so I do believe when you educate yourself, there is deeper enjoyment. It's okay to just ride along the surface and glass, and not think about it. There's something to be said for really knowing the deeper levels, and saying Whoa I see this. I taste that I. Get that again, the morality of the terroir or whatever absolutely? Fantastic moments when you are meeting with the winemaker. Someone and going through the history of the winery, and really talking about it and try. To make magic. That's what the whole industry is all about. Yeah! One more question here if you could share a bottle of wine with anyone, living or dead, who would that be? What would the Wind v? Have to a couple of people in history, Winston Churchill interesting one because of his love for Champagne. Could cyanide a good champagne and he was just an interesting. Peterson is riding in. Will things leadership not things? He did throughout his life, and then the other one I think it'd be maybe Thomas Gypsum again because of how he introduced wine. He was a big influence to introduce wind us and his knowledge, and certainly starting up one there in Virginia, and would you try to introduce both of them to Texas wines. Of course. Lew. Your. Have a glass of this excellent, so is there anything that we haven't touched on that? You'd like to mention right now. Tim I. Don't think so a covered pretty well. Some good topics I hype that run here continues Zillion focused got a good group of people who WanNa. Keep landing and thinking about wine beyond just like you say casual costs a lot more interesting we've got. got a really engaged audience here. And where can we find you online? Ten? Certainly through the Texas one marketing research student take cystic university. So if you look at the Texas Wine Marketing Research. Institute you can trust me down. Anyone wants to come study here. Do some research Texas finding. Give me a shout. can saw you out. I almost feel like I'm being recruited for. Line way we'll close that link in our blog posts that people can find you and find the research studies. You've done with your fascinating Tim I. Want to thank you so much. It's been a great discussion. Great inside a really appreciated most welcome. Okay bye for now tim take. Over there you have it. I hope you enjoyed this with Dr. Tim Dodd here are my takeaways. Number One and fascinated with the triggers that retailers.

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"tim i" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"The! Hawk will. Be. This is. Your Wake Up. All right guys well welcome to rant and rave in with Germany and France excited about my guest today you will notice the hair. My hair is. Now Tim I. Don't know Tim Dillon is my guest today. I'm going to introduce him and his whole background but Tim. Did you notice my hair I? I thought it was a shower cap. I didn't I didn't know if you know if that was, it's wild. Isn't it while it's the you know, it's always I think it's always wear people, too. Because black women. We change our hair so much. Yeah, to be like this you don't want to say. Is this a hair? What is I? Literally got this week to represent what my hair has looked like. Since I've been in quarantine, right? Right I don't have a black follicle to now. Okay, that's that's not real with like Rumpelstiltskin by right right. I love it I. Think it's good. Especially because of the time that we're in right now, that's so fucking wild. That's a very appropriate hair to have at the moment. Yes yes, this white hair matters! Now Tim I went. Into I went into your description of yourself, and then I went into the Internet's description of you. You. You. You are wildly popular wedding of I. Don't know about that. Now you are! It's you know it's so funny as? Controversial yeah, but I also have dimples right? So you know people start tapping. It's the biggest going to be a whole eight every time they look at me. They think I'm doing a reboot. Ah, give me a break. Does the nanny running around also side bitch and round whole bunch, and then I'll come out and they go. Sorry. We thought this was league. Right right right, right. Now I just had something that was. You are a a writer and actor. I'm I'm neither because I I've never had a writing job and they don't give me any acting jobs, but it's something that comedian say that go. Yeah, right? It's like sure I'm a dancer anything. No one pays me to do. But you now I want to get into you are. Isn't a podcast is. Because I feel like it's bigger than a podcast. I feel I get. Woods the young Turks kind of platform I. IS THAT WELL I? Don't know if it's quite that it's a podcast. I try to be funny. Sometimes I'll have interesting people on the show, but predominantly it's me just trying to be funny or interesting about whatever's going on. You know it's like that's kind of why. It is I think those other platforms have more of like a news? Talk about the news, a lot of my show, but like we don't have all the facts you know. We're not. This is not like anybody that's listening to my shows doing it hopefully for entertainment, and then you find someone else who's done a lot of research into something you know. People get mad at me. Because I'll I'll say something and then the next day I'll be like I wasn't right about that. People get mad. They're like yeah, flip flopping. It's like I'm not running for Senate I. Just I. Don't know like with this coronavirus shit. It's like I don't know I don't know how like you know..

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"tim i" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Oh my God. I wouldn't do that tally. Thank you that's amazing. What's yours accomplished musician? I it's I think because I sing outside of fun. I don't like Karaoke but when I do it I like to do something on the funnier side. It's not like look at her. She could sing. And it's like I always do little girls by Blanco. Oh I don't know that Song I love little girls. They make me feel so good. You know I long for yesteryear I do. Yeah yeah I ain't going go is cancelled. You heard it here. First Elson is thinking about how pop up unexpectedly in the Rodney dangerfield movie back to just one of the best ways. And I'll tell you this so funny. That's another movie. My Dad was like here. You go kid going to see that movie when he said you don't know shit about Kurt Vonnegut and he's talking to von against the funniest thing yeah. There is a really great era for like Celebrities of that ilk appearing as themselves in films it was like that and bill and Ted and yeah all the Oregon don't bill necessarily because Lincoln wasn't playing himself but I guess that sort of wacky guest star. Yeah sort of the trench. Tim is because at the show. I'm curious about Either professionally or personally something. You're excited about that. You're looking forward to. Oh Oh I'm looking forward to a NAPA later this afternoon I wake up at eleven. Am to come to this. podcast going. Oh you know there's always great things. There's amazing episode of the Simpson's covering up normally say that. But there's a couple of episodes that I just watch as an amazing episode with Michael Rapaport playing this. Ah homers protege at work it's SORTA who is at the table ready for any sort of. It's sort of like the mirror image of Frank. Grimes where is this guy at work. unaccountably we just loves homer man. I think I have one joke in it and I just watched it and I wasn't even there we did the screening but I just watched it and it was the funniest fucking thing in the world. I really look forward to. I feel like every once in a while my enthusiasm for the simpsons renewed and they've gone to work another project during this rain. Just excited to you. You don't move into the next thirty years of the simpsons. I know that sounds like a press release but it's true off the Disney version version of it. Yeah I honestly think that Disney it opens up a whole other realm of being snarky about the overlords for it for so long so now it's like this whole other wellspring all relationships curdle intern hair. Oh Yeah I'm sure it just give it a good six months so we used to close by asking what simpsons character actor you but now that Disney everything what Disney princess her you. Oh Gosh I've definitely the Little Mermaid at that moment where she becomes human woman. Yeah and you just see her feet and then she's on the beach and then you realize that the funny crab is looking at her naked. Yes that's been the craft stereo unmentionable. Thank you so much for coming on the show. I really enjoyed it. And is there anything coming coming up. Specifically you'd like to plug or any social media movie coming out It will probably come out next spring called exchange hell yet either come to a streaming service nervous or theater near you probably both and any social media or anything you need to plug. I think I'm all social media twitter person for a while. And then he got taking the checks stop coming the blue checks. Yes mentioned much for asking when you finally at Julia Prescott on all the things alley. Where can people find you? Thank you so much for asking. You can find me at allegations and all the things and you could find us at Simpson's pod Tennessee Mallett. Everything's coming up Simpson's at Chino Dot com for doing a seriously..

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"tim i" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

13:34 min | 10 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on Kickass News

"From an early age he dreamt of starting a theater company thirty seven years ago straight out of college and at the very very beginning of his career. Robbins Co founded the actors gang which has since become one of the most innovative and acclaimed theater companies in America and for Robbins. It's been lab of sorts where he pushes the envelope of story and technique into creative North Star. That keeps them focused on his craft and immune to the trappings of celebrity. Today today. Tim Robbins comes on the podcast. Talk about how he funded his first play while he was still a struggling actor how his latest play the new colossus is putting personal faces to the the immigration issue. And why he's using the actors gang to bring theater into California prisons. Tim Discusses How is new. Hbo Series here and now is tapping into the cultural zeitgeist and addressing a range of problems from racial tension and political divisions to social media and political correctness. He shares his thoughts on the state of the entertainment industry. How Harvey Weinstein reminds him of shady operators he encountered growing up in? New York's Greenwich Village. And how he studied to prepare for his role as a Ruthless Studio Exac in Robert Altman's the player he talks about how Altman mentor them. And help to make the leap from actor-director on his first film Bob Bob Roberts and why the classic political mockumentary seems more relevant now than ever plus. Tim Opens up about turning sixty weighs in on the current struggle for the soul of the Democratic Party. Laments a five hundred dollar check. He wrote to ultra conservative. Michele Bachmann and recalls the time he heckled Henry Kissinger outside site of famous celebrity restaurant. Coming up with Tim Robbins in just a moment. Doc today. I'm sitting down with Oscar winning actor director writer and occasional musician. -sition Tim Robbins. He starring in the new Alan Ball series here and now on. Hbo And he's directed a fascinating. New Play called the new Colossus at the theater company company that he helped found the actors gang in. La Tim Robbins. Thanks for joining me. Budget be here or I guess. I'm joining you technically walked into your studio. I really been enjoying after. Say Watching your new show here and now on. Hbo Notwithstanding the title it really feels like it's tapping into the moment in the cultural zeitgeist with the divisiveness and the racial tension obsessions with social media. All kinds of outrage manufactured or otherwise is Are these the kind of issues that you spend a lot of time thinking about right now. I think we're all thinking about them. We're all dealing with them I'm really glad to be in a show that is bringing that question up is presenting that reality I love pieces. That result and discussion conversation That provocative in that way and believe Alan Ball is doing that with the here here and now it. Yeah and what is it like work with Alan Ball. I mean so much of his work seems to be tinged with mystery and metaphor half the time I feel that he's just screwing with my head and when you're acting in an Alan ball series. Does he clue you in on the big picture or does he just Kinda Dole that information out on need to know basis. I think I think it's important On a need to know basis I our job is to find what the truth of each scene is and and and trust in the writers and the person that's leading the riders to take the medically where they want to go. I trust custom because I believe the script that I read the the the pilot script said Yes to because I loved that he was painting on this. Very very large canvas Something that is essentially a story about a family but is really talking about much larger issues than that and your character is sort of going through this existential crisis. At the moment he turns sixty. You're just a few months shy of your sixty th birthday right day. Are you a little afraid that you're going to completely lose your shit when you hit the big six. Oh you've pretty much got things under control at this pretty pretty happy pretty content right now with my life. Okay yeah I I am Not Greg I. I have a different way of dealing with things than Greg. Greg does but I think he's indicative of a lot of people that you know reach a certain age in their life and You know they Act Out in unhealthy healthy ways There whatever despair they're going through or crisis they're going through a lack of faith in themselves and oftentimes it results in in behavior. Savior this detrimental to the people around them. And it's interesting to see a philosophy professor having this existential crisis. Is that something thing that you've had to do. Research into or do you consider yourself a philosopher student of philosophy. I took a philosophy course in college and a half to say I was pretty confused. Yeah relate to the Ultimately I'm more of a man of action than A someone that will sit around debating. What what thinking about thinking is but The character I I love that. He's a philosophy professor because I can introduce different concepts And the writers could introduce different different concepts of different philosophical camps And and I always find that fascinating to process What's what's happening right now? Through different philosophical Theorem Yeah and now must be an interesting time to do that too right and it's also a way to get lost to because ultimately you can think a lot about something and nothing can get done so Right now in particular. My major concern is that we as a society don't get lost in our opposition. Something the so much energy Daily daily Being given over to negatively ECHO chambers of resistance or opposition and. I often wonder under If we were take that collective time that we spend Saying nasty things about certain people and were to take at that time and actually apply it to a conscious life. knocking on a door. And saying hello to somebody as simple as is that the tutoring a kid for an hour a day that you could be on social media blasting the president this many things we can do to make things things better and not. My fear is that we're getting lost in our anger Yeah and it's so easy to do when you wake up and you go on your twitter feed or are you going your news speed. And it's just all negatively all trump all the time I mean it can completely dominate your every thought if you allow it to and it also might be detrimental to what else can happen in bed morning. That's true that's true. Yeah what a wasted opportunity but in the same skill and by the way. We're doing it at night right before. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's almost like it's replaced when people used to probably we pray or whatever people would do the work day. I'm not at all right. It's so hard. I want your input on this because for me I don't want to just sit on my hands and ignore it to pretend like it's not there but on the other hand it's almost like trump dominates the news to such such an extent that it crowds out everything else it's like I can't think of the last time that I gave Africa much of thought. Because there's no room for all these other crises going on in the world meanwhile meanwhile Of burning and looting going on yeah and so That's a good point. Is it a distraction action. And that's the thing it's like. How do you know it seems with Russia and everything? This seems like it's damn important. But then there's the little steph sucks up so much of the extra oxygen whether it's Milania the porn star. It's like because it's salacious and it's it's it's appealing to the prurient side. All of us. The question really is what we're against because I think we're pretty is a lot of us are pretty sure of what we're against. What are we four Is a good point is democratic congressman. That is Pro Wall Street and is Is going to vote for the next war when it happens. Is that the alternative Jeff that we are being offered. And why is that. The alternative were being offered and by the way he's a representation of Republicans throughout the country. They're just better it the coded language Behind where racism and hide their xenophobia. Yeah so in a way. He's kind kind of like this is that doesn't have a filter and maybe he's doing us a service because he's exposing. This is what the philosophy is behind this this this political party and this is the result of thirty five forty years of propaganda on the airwaves that started with the deregulation of the airwaves waves in the Reagan administration so it got to a place where everyday in certain places of America you get about six hours or nine hours of radio propaganda up again to that is relentlessly pursuing an agenda of dividing us making someone else the enemy. The person you thought was your neighbor is your enemy. Because he doesn't think this way and that's something that's pretty new to America because I remember growing up the you could have have a difference of opinion with someone and still buy them a beer at the bar and have a discussion about it and agree to disagree. But we're both people and we're GONNA sit here and be a community together. In this moment you have that the question is how do we get past. Ask this and what are we for. What are we going to advocate for to change it and if it's if it's a change of moderation if it's a change just to just to get simply a Democrat in there then are we really gonNA see change or are we going to be back at the situation? Where there's enough disenfranchised people that are angry at the Democrats now once again voted a republican it so for me? The biggest challenge right now is that you have people in the Democratic Party in the establishment of the Democratic Party trying to drive a wedge between themselves and the more for progressive arm of the Party for me. That is crazy. Because you're talking about the real progresses you're talking about the activists the people that will knock con doors and get the vote out the people that really care that do the hard work that show up at rallies that advocate on a daily basis for progressive values. Why are people in the DNC trying to alienate these people? I don't understand it. Yeah and you campaign for Bernie Sanders in two thousand sixteen. You've always been fairly politically outspoken over the years as a working actor and director. Do you feel that exercising. Your right to have a political voice comes with a price That's for other people to say I would say that I would try to look at the positive of it Ah brought me Relationships with some pretty amazing people that I hold dear and I don't think change thing Has It cost me work. I don't know those kinds of people that wouldn't hire me would never admit it. Yeah yeah so were. You wouldn't notice from looking at your career. I think you've done quite well so I'm fine fine but but maybe there's some parties that don't get invited anyway. So but no I what I what I I think is important. Is that regardless of what effect something might have. It's most important for I think for everyone to speak when it's important speaking not when it's convenient to speak but when it's difficult that's what the right is there for. The freedom of speech is for to give us the right when it's difficult. I the last time that was really apparent. Errant was when war was being cooked up in two thousand three and a lot of people were quiet and for me. That was the scariest various moment Because people I knew that I knew were against the war were intimidated into silence. Do you think that would have happened today..

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"tim i" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Two day only deals register line items jewelry give to the weak and zip zap stuff get depends here's a holiday Tim I'm headed to spread purses like sprint week to get the new iPad Jan seven on sprint it's at the top of my daughter's wish list I love that it's got a ten point two inch retina display and smart keyboard so she can do all of our school work yeah something like that dad in the spring offer ends December fifteenth I've had some ginger nineteen seventy five did you build a parking lot of often playing with approved credit cancel bounced detected sale yes yeah I simply will not happen because it's happens at five thirty in the afternoon it's just a small thing that's really important all of us but trust me it's it's gonna suck no it's not gonna suck because it's canceled that is a scene from office Christmas party if you've ever seen that movie Jennifer Aniston is name in us beautiful I pledge of the clips I could pull out of it talking about it's the season for research it's the season for office Christmas parties were talking as we came on the air this morning about how this week is the week everybody's gonna be winding down at work and of course you were just gonna get in the Christmas parties that that that and we're having our corporate Christmas party our office Christmas party here I think it's Monday if I'm not mistaken it is and the good folks at burden board which is in L. L. P. they're kind of a legal firm that looks out for employers just offering a few things that employers need to do to avoid the Christmas party hang over because believe it or not employers can be left on the hook for certain things they should say should plan ahead they should ensure that all celebrity as liberation's are non discriminatory food and drink options should take into account vegan vegetarian people looting gluten free gluten free exactly have a thorough risk assessment in place for the venue which is key to avoiding negligent claims and wasn't claims so you have to do that you should examine the venue for unstable surfaces because people tend to drink they can fall all wow that's a lot it is a lot it believe it this is all coming from a legal for now that specializes in this they also say that you need to remind your staff that the parties extension of the workplace so no extra curricular behavior that is inappropriate stop sitting on the copier it is those pictures will show up on Facebook just say it and so they also say was the dry approach to Christmas party may not be the best morale booster this time of year some companies are in fact trying to limit the alcohol consumption probably will not happen Monday night no there every right piece of yes it's a radio yes business yeah and they say finally if someone complains to act on it fast and make sure you get it addressed you get to the bottom of it and these are all things employers can do to help themselves from lawsuits in the future because that is the day and age we live in now so you have to those are some things to go yes Barton Berg LLP so be careful Joe you're going so be careful when you I'm thinking about it it on right how late I have to work Monday and half how early I have to get up Tuesday yeah well see I I would go I was going to go to the Christmas party but my son has believe or not he has a nine o'clock hockey practice on Monday nights so it's well things were you yeah it's really hard so one thing for you go in in all honesty I could probably go to the party to go pick him up afterwards but these are just hard for Christmas parties I mean but there are a lot of people going home will Clark will be at the Christmas party I'm sure Tony Cruz will be there and I'm sure you will hear about it Tony is what I heard Dwight wit and by the way has a very special cost you he was a different costume to the Christmas party every year and when we did the the March madness showed out at Dave and busters he showed up with will Ferrell in the tropics outfit from the basketball movie did so we'll see what he wore cousin Eddie's outfit to the last three Christmas parties we'll see what he has for this one a white shoes included okay on to something more serious when it comes to Christmas and something it it's very special this is a very interesting story I saw when I ran across my desk this week a photographer and a team of volunteers are giving families free Christmas photo sessions that's right it's something nobody's ever heard of it it doesn't sound like a big deal on the service I thought the same thing so I heard the story CBS news is Janice channel one has the story right over there it was an offer almost too good to be true but when the doors opened they discovered it was real a photo session in a festive setting with a team of prose behind the land for delicious Dickerson and her.

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"tim i" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"tim i" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I'll get to that in just a second. the reason. Mickey callaway is no longer. The mets managers whites well. The general manager did not choose him as his manager and I think that as much as anything else is is the rookie. GM wants to get his own guy in there which happens all the time but when you also say as a rookie. GM that you know where the team to beat and you finish fourteen games whatever it was out of first place that was disappointing. The way they played early was disappointing and I was. I was told they were ready to fire Mickey at some point during the season and said all right. We're GONNA wait 'til after the season and even though they recovered nicely. GM wants his own guy in there and we I think we all understand that some degree. What do you think he wants well. I think I think he should want a veteran the hand in there to help with the process. I mean a Joe Girardi Buck showalter. Joe Mad one of those guys to be at least in a you know supercharged area like New York. I think you really need somebody who has experience and wisdom in the job before you put him in charge of the mets. That's that's where I think they should go and I'm guessing that's where they will go. I just don't think Joe Mad is going to be available because I think I think he's GonNa end up somehow with the old girls didn't that situation was on. I figured whoever was the manager when the cubs finally won the world series would be the manager for as long as he wanted to manage the club that was odd to me that Joe no matter no longer with the gods after what he did for that city and that organization right well against you've got this is part of the issue in baseball now is that they stopped listening to Joe Mad and this happens all the time in Major League Baseball. They just need another voice much like Joe Girardi. They began. Ke's did a great job there but they needed to hear someone else's voice. That's how it works with our players today and with that corps being there so so long in Chicago and things did not get done this year. Nobody was surprised that Joe Biden has gone but this thought that he's not a good manager. It's more that's ridiculous. They just need another voice. Let's go to Tubby Hubby. Go ahead. You're on with Tim Coaching Dhabi Tubby. Let's go to David David Guy had we're having phone bonus. She's David go ahead yes. Thanks Tom I've a question for you. Do you think the braves have clubhouse problem with the Kuna like the. La Dodgers did what the twig and do you foresee a trade down the road at this keeps happening think no. I don't think they have have a clubhouse issue. I don't think they're going to trade him and I don't think this is a yeah Seattle. Police situation those guys on that team love Ronald Kunda junior but he he made another terrible mistake last night not running out a ball this. I was in a playoff game. It has been addressed and even though I said three months ago go when it happened before this will never happen again and then it did gave one of the playoffs that is disconcerting but I don't think this is an issue shoe. That's in the clubhouse or is going to affect this kid for any length of time. Let's go to Jake Jake Roberts coaching. Go ahead Jake. Hey Tim I wanted to know when you're out at a restaurant and you order something or you order a pizza over the phone and you ask specifically for no mushrooms for example sample and your order comes to your table and it has mushrooms. I WanNa know how you navigate around said mushrooms or how you approach the waiter or delivery person about your order being well. I'm pretty easy about this. 'cause I love mushrooms and I loved just about anything that there is to eat and I can honestly say I have sent back. Maybe two things in my entire life at a restaurant or carry out because it was either cooked incorrectly or it was the wrong or two times and I'm sixty two years old. My thinking is they. They made a mistake but I'm gonNA eat the pizza with mushrooms and it's still going to be great dominate. What are you laughing at. Did you just you like the Senate. Tim Curtis saying he loves mushrooms because I was just laughing because I think that wasn't the point of the question. Michael Mushrooms are good our Tom. What is something that you don't like like anchovies yeah yeah there then. I would have to say I did not order an show that you're going to have to make another pizza for made a point of it is is I'm going to enjoy the experience no matter what since I like all food I feel with all food pretty much except anchovies on a pizza are unnecessary and I would tell the pizza or put the wrong thing on make me another one and I would do it. Kindly Sorry Thom got anger. Let's go to is is go ahead. The JARAMA Tim Kirch at Tom. Longtime Fan of the race is ninety nine. The city of campus last Peterberg doesn't deserve the race any teams with them moving anytime soon the I eat the city of L. Passer said it's like Texas who would love to have no. I don't see the arrays moving anytime soon. You know we know how difficult it is for Major League team to move it just totally APP like once the last forty eighty five years so it's really difficult and I don't see them going anywhere but your point is well made. They need to get a new stadium. They need to get a you. You know I've fan base. That's GONNA come two more games than I think the only way to do that if get site and a new ballpark 'cause that team deserves a lot of attention and a Lotta love because that team plays the game the right way and they are really good right all right. Let's go to kind of go ahead. You're on with coach in. Hey Tom. quick question. My wife and I have been married for about twelve years now and we commonly have this argument. When she cooks pasta she cook Spaghetti Spaghetti. She breaks the Pasta in half and puts it all into boil and I think that that is wrong. She thinks that that's the right way. You'RE GONNA be our decided here for what is right and wrong and quick fun. Fact Walls Horn is actually not a horn. It's actually gets front left to overgrown up amazing. Okay first thing is if she's cooking. She's GonNa you allow allow her to cook any way that she likes because she's doing the work to grade and I hope I have no problem with cutting the spaghetti in and a half. I don't do it but once the Spaghetti is cooked. I cut it up into small pieces rather than twirl it 'cause. I'm not skilled enough to do that that without getting all over my shirt so let her cook it anyway that she likes because she's cooking and you make the adjustment. I figured everyone broke with the Spaghetti in half and I figured everyone did that. No doesn't everyone do you don't do not do that. I just figured everyone did do you cut the spaghetti after I eat it before you did you cut it into little pieces before yielded. No no toilet swirl around timmy. What are you doing well again. I'm GONNA EAT more efficient manner than trying to roll it up on my fork. I'm not very skilled with fine motor skills with my hands but so I'm cutting up my spaghetti and and I'm not apologizing for it. I think the word again for Tim is like excuse me it's like. It's like profanity because it's been twice in interview. You said something that Tim didn't like He. Can't he comes with again and then he says again he needs to know so you can listen back back. Tim says again that means you mother. It's basically a curse words Kurtz about you. Let's go to todd todd go ahead. You're on with coach it. Hey Tom you walk into a bathroom and there's three year olds. Which one do you go to the near one the middle one or the far one and what's the deal with the short urinal question question short urine. I was built for guys like me just so their children and for guys like make sure I make up and I'm going to the urinal. Let is the furthest away from another human being so if there's someone next to it I'm GonNa move down just for everyone's comfort I'm not angry about urinals certainly not angry about spaghetti all right. What if the short one is next to someone that's using one but there's a tall when that's further away then I'll go to the tall one. That's further. They're away short short off your little easier. What the shorter one you guys have destroyed when when you're forcing the only one available is one winston. That's next somebody you guys did a thing where you kinda. Turn your back to them a little bit so you get a little extra privacy. I know I do temp no. I'm okay with that but everyone knows. Get get a certain age. They don't go go as easily as when you get older it takes a little while a little while longer than when you were twenty one so that's why sometimes. I would prefer to go where there's a little privacy just in case it takes me a little bit longer to Mt. Learn learn a lot about old timothy today. I'm so sorry we wasted your time tonight to Tim who I went to a football game last week and they had the trough at the bathroom. Oh I love the feel Alabama trump. I love it. Look I'm okay with the trump. Fuck game. I'm okay with all of that. I can do it. I if if I have a choice going to move a little further away and just do this privately but I've done the trumpet thousand times and I'll do it a thousand more no matter how long it takes tangles right sorry rabbit by STU gods here for vivid seats. Where do I go when I we need seats to the.

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"tim i" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"tim i" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"His. You can't say anything to me. Billy was heckling heckling Chad Tracy and asking him whether curtains matched drapes and Chris said it's the most offensive thing you can ask redhead never never asset to a redneck. We we might act like it's okay. It's not we hate it. Chad Tracy than double than when he got back gave the thumbs up to the heckler after he doubled and went into the dugout. I thought you should you know the end of that story Steve. You're on with Tim coaching. Go ahead. Hey Tim I called a few weeks ago and asked if I should buy some golf clubs because my my wife bought us a cruise it didn't go very well and it turns out seeping on the couch isn't really comfortable. Do you have any other advice that might a give me back in my own bed and be still buying the golf clubs and Kim. The brewers being reeling. brewers are amazing right now. I can't see them beating. If it gets that far the dodgers and I can't see them beating the braves either I also didn't see them going nineteen and four in September and eleven and two when when yellow twin out as for the golf clubs him still not sure how if you're in big trouble you just have to do many nice nice things as possible to get off the couch. I and I know your situation or your wife so just be nice. All the time does Freddie Freddie Kitchens look like a forklift driver at a budweiser warehouse does Freddie. Kitchens looked like he just I just woke up from a wild night and can't find his debit card does Freddie Kitchens looked like the first contestant eliminated on chopped brisket skit showdown because he cut himself and forgotten ingredient from the basket does does Adam silver look like an Oscar statue before the bronze ing and you Donlevatar where you guys building building out the A. Rod Bathroom of your imaginations. Is that what I heard you discussing during the break towels with an a on them you know things slide the toilet paper on. That's a baseball bat stugatz. He actually called it. The throne probably does an actual thrown an actual throat. There's got to be a full length mirror in there somewhere. I imagined somewhere in his house he has a replica of David but with his head on these libertad show with these two guys on ESPN radio strap it on ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance guests on the damn hard show appear via the shell pennzoil performance line. Here's your sportscenter update. The diamondbacks defeated the cardinals. Three two two in nineteen nineteen innings a seven hour game that ended at around five. Am Eastern says not necessary Zarazoga's lobbyist game in terms of innings and franchise history. The game lasted six hours. Fifty three minutes had forty eight strikeouts feature twenty four pitchers one pitcher last the major league record set last night in the rockies giants get and one catcher for the cardinals. Yati Molina no way nineteen innings. Komo news must be killed them ridiculous. Homerun Derby your best their best hitter everyone's owned by eleven ray rays shortstop. William Domino's went down swing on a pitch from Yankee pitcher Stephen Tarpley in the fifth inning marking the forty one thousand two hundred and eighth eighth strike out of the season in major league baseball breaks the single season record for the twelfth year in a row strap it up and finally an Israeli L. E. Woman was hospitalized with so-called broken heart syndrome. After mistaking was Sabi pays for Avocado Broken Heart Syndrome also known as has to cut Szabo cardiomyopathy is typically triggered by extreme emotional physical stress such as mistaking was Obvi- pays for avocado the bad mistake. Here's the selectquote difference. I'm tired man. There's anyone else agree that that was savvy paces the worst thing in all food bella anytime I get Sushi. I'm like I need. That's the first thing I do. I opened up the thing I remove that component. Oh by the way I don't what about that is pretty good. I like it. You know it on the poll at Lebatardshow Watanabe Paste yesterday and the Ginger is supposed to be cleanser right after you eat it. You're supposed to eat that stuff. Get Out of here. Here's the selectquote difference. Most companies give you one option one policy one ray but selectquote jobs get options from highly rated life insurance companies very free a personalized. WHOA call eight hundred seven zero to ten or go to selectquote.

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"tim i" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"tim i" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"In the process and tim i looked at it today this is year nine of chris sales career so far he's finished in the cy young voting six fifth third fourth fifth second he's a seven time all star i would assume he's probably going to be in the top three in the cy young voting again this year he's led his league in strikeouts twice tim i think all he has to do is pitched next year and he is in the conversation already once he gets at tenth year which qualifies for eligibility for the hall of fame once he gets your ten in for me he's in what do you think i think you're a little premature there buster although he is the only pitchers made the all thirteen every year starting with two thousand twelve and since but he's never won eighteen games in a season he never want us i on his you know he's only got one hundred wins and even though he's got you know whatever it is over six hundred winning percentage when we look at starting pitchers in the hall of fame with under two hundred wins i think i should check i know i think it's just colfax dizzy dean i think that's the list and he's at one hundred and we're working mike mussina how with way over two hundred i think chris sale needs several more years of greatness to be a hall of favor but the numbers are ridiculous and the strikeout numbers are absurd for all these years he's averaging almost eleven strikeouts per nine innings that's preposterously high and stuff is so good the yankee guy told me the other day i said he looks like randy johnson one of their guys whispered oh he was better than randy johnson the other night night and there's the highest praise you can give basically for left handed pitcher well okay last one the oakland avonex are making their presence known in the american league playoff picture this was last night in the seventh inning zero zero game against the astros given listen three to pitch break ball hit high the air leaped back on it as tucker he's at the wall he takes a look at it is gone stephen pa scotty rises to the occasion yet again from ninety five point seven the game they beat the astros in houston to nothing at the end of the night tim six games behind the seattle mariners what do you think about the oakland athletics well i'm amazed they're this good now i saw them quite a bit in spring trading and i left thinking this team really hit and they've got young guys olsen chapin everywhere that can put the ball in play and those corner guys can really play defense high baseball i q but i just did not see them and team pitching well enough they're both their rotation was a complete mess in spring training but for them to be eleven games over five hundred right now they would be in first place in the central division they are a story i'm i'm just i'm amazed they pitched well enough and this is just another reminder sorry buster how good a manager bob melvin is there he has been really good for a long time i hope people are noticing the job he's done and the job the as done on remember when they went into boston and they'd laughed at alex core basically said good riddance to that team i don't want any part of that team the bats that those guys take is really impressive and we we've seen it virtually all year now ten thanks for doing this and you're required to go to sleep right now i'm dead right now you've got to go to get some sleep i'm gonna take an app today buster thanks so much.

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"tim i" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"tim i" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Relationships with anybody for that matter the problem that a lot of people make is they put people on pedestals like they'll run up on stage and take the oil you know the rush whatever them in a group setting and and you know make their pitch or the case may be the problem is is when you put somebody on a pedestal what you're saying unconsciously is that you're not on the same level and if you do that you're basically it's not a strong foundation at all to build any kind of relationship a lot of the quote unquote big names that have kind of connected with over the years again i've tried to really treat those as genuine relationships like with tim i saw tim tim ferriss i saw him in a bunch of different social settings a handful of times where we just kind of glanced at each other we saw each other but we didn't actually connect it wasn't probably till the fourth or fifth time that we actually had a genuine kind of conversation in that kind of flourished into into something more in the same thing with gary in the same thing with a lot of people so that's again the one of the mistakes i see a lot of people make is they'll they'll put somebody on a pedestal in it's one of the worst ways to to build an actual reciprocal relationship is alternately while we all want yeah no that's that's a great point and i think you said it perfectly and i wanted to make people aware of that because i guarantee you the people who ran up on stage took pictures have zero chance of ever really building a peer to peer relationship with gary at that point you know nothing it's impossible but you're you're definitely making things more difficult and i do the same thing like i have an opportunity to hang out with some really amazing people and i would love to take some photos with them and posted on social media stuff but i intentionally don't because the moment i do that i'm just another fan boy so just be conscious of that and be aware of that and gosh there's a great quote that had to do with baseball it winning either getting a touchdown or something in sports in it's basically like act like you've like you've done it a thousand times before when you win in the end zone.

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"tim i" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tim i" Discussed on WJR 760

"And i couldn't i couldn't tell whether or not he was actually sleeping are he was just rebelling and he just didn't want to do the work so i ended up i don't i i know i'm gonna get calls on this one i bribed tim i bribed him okay just do five problems and you can have a popsicle it i would give a popsicle or i would give him let's say a little card at play with or i'd give him a little break you know so doubt worked and he ended up having to have natural consequences for not wanting to do the work and he learned from dad and um but as the years went on you know things get tougher the older you get you go through teenager teenager years and the idiosyncrasies go long with being a teenager and the struggles making friends i mean i had to teach him so many life school skills rather we cooked together um i had him do measurements and things we would make together we would make cookies we would make taco's we made pizza um i don't know how we're doing on time here okay but as he got older and i knew it was safe enough to cook with him i would teach them about measurement and cooking and these were all life skills in i think he was a little nervous about doing it at home but i would call his mom up in led her you know do some cooking tell her to do some cooking with him well we can pick up on that after the break we're going to have you got a quick brake now but in the meantime you're listening to the creative learning concept radio show you can reach lisa by calling eight four four four popper or visit or online at creative learning concepts mi i dot com again drive this creative learning concepts am i dot com.

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