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Why Gratitude Is a Moral Necessity Today and Every Day

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 3 d ago

Why Gratitude Is a Moral Necessity Today and Every Day

"About what is the philosophical and moral theme of Thanksgiving? It's gratitude. Now, I was on Tim pool's live stream over the summer with a left wing YouTuber by the name of vous. It was actually a good discussion. And vous asked me, he said Charlie, what should the goal of education be? And I said the goal should be gratitude. Now I was ridiculed and attacked from the other side from the kind of young self righteous narcissistic YouTube class. I guess gamer people, what would you call these people? I don't know. Not against video games. I'm not a huge fan of them, but if you want to play them in your own time, whatever. So and he said, how could you possibly say the goal is gratitude? Now, I think that there was probably a communication breakdown that they thought that I was saying that the goal of education was learning to say thank you, which is not incorrect. It's just incomplete. No, no, what I was saying is that if you have a citizenry that is unthankful instead of thankful for the nation they live in, then bad politics will follow. Gratitude is necessary to live a happy, full and complete life. When you are thankful, which is hopefully something we're going to be doing the next couple days, you are appreciative and less likely to want to tear down what came before you.

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Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

"Detroit Lions will head into the annual thanksgiving game winless as they lost again to the Cleveland Browns thirteen ten the branch remains in the thick of the AFC playoff race by taking advantage of lance quarterback Tim Boyle made his first NFL start world best for just seventy seven yards with two interceptions against an aggressive Cleveland defense led by Myles Garrett Jarvis Landry rented the rex now for sixteen yards to the Browns first touchdown early in the second quarter Nick Chubb then scored on a five yard pass from Baker Mayfield later in the quarter for thirteen nothing lead Detroit is now oh nine and one I'm John Merriam

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The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last week

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the

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GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:26 min | Last week

GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

"I saw senator Tim Scott make a little speech about this woman that the Biden administration once confirmed as a top ranking Treasury Department official. And he just seems like he's in a state of shock. The left is trying to defend this doomed nominee and she better be doomed. You can not have somebody in charge of the purse strings who wants to blow up the banking industry. And wants to nationalize wants to federalize banking. Yeah, that's just what I want. The government calling all the shots with my checking account. They're nuts. They're purposefully picking people who are who are so radical and bizarre. I mean, Sean wants you to hear a little bit. We have senator Tim Scott queued up, right? I want you, this is four minutes. Like, it's like four and a half minutes. I want you to hear the whole thing. Because she was also convicted of shoplifting 25 years ago. Now, you could make the case 25 years ago is a long time. Incidentally, that's funny how the left and the woke crowd and all the crazed activists on social media don't seem to mind if it's 25 years ago if it's something they don't approve of. Then you better cancel somebody over what they did 25 years ago. But when it's a Biden nominee to do something like, oh, I don't know. Control the purse strings of America's monetary system well, that was a long time ago she should be forgiven. In fact, they say, those are personal attacks. You're attacking her. I mean, I don't even know what she's Asian, right? I don't even know what her ethnicity is. She appears to be Asian. I'm sure there's the left is ramping up all their bigotry defenses for her, right? All these mean Republicans don't like her because she's Asian. They're bigots. They're just they're just racists and bigots. No, she's a radical kook who has no business, no business whatsoever in a responsible position of authority at the Treasury Department. So keep all that in mind. Bear in mind that she shoplifted a couple decades ago, so people are mocking her for that. There's the racist thing. There's the same, you're getting personal with her. These are personal attacks. Don't do personal texts. So listen to this reasoned, eloquent, short of every man approach that U.S. senator Tim Scott from South Carolina takes in addressing Biden's nominee. I want to be fair, and I will be fair. I won't be hyperbolic, but I will be Frank and honest. I can not think of a nominee more poorly suited to be the control of the currency based solely on your public positions, statements, and the weight of your writings. Than you are. Let me just quote you versus anybody else. On the Green New Deal champion, you propose taking economic and climate policy making from Congress and creating an unaccountable bureaucracy called the national investment authority. In a round table this year, this year, you push to make the NIA the dedicated institutional platform at the federal level for really being the kind of fighting muscle of the Green New Deal and fighting muscle of you know all of these other movements that pursuing environmental justice, social equality and so on. You're disdain for the financial services industry. In 2019 in the documentary, titled, I'll be kind, buttholes, a theory. You said the financial services industry in my view and I don't think I'm alone here is the quintessential butthole

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Dr. Tim Clinton: 'God Is Constantly Reaching Toward Us'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last week

Dr. Tim Clinton: 'God Is Constantly Reaching Toward Us'

"My friend doctor Kim Clinton, the book is take it back, reclaiming biblical manhood for the sake of marriage family and culture. You have stories in this book about people like George foreman, I love George Foreman. I want to get him on this program. I just want to talk to that guy. Tell me about him, but maybe before you tell me about him. Tell me what you just told me in the break about what about men who have blown it, who have messed up. Yeah, Eric, one of the things that I see a lot and have conversations with men around is Tim. I made some mistakes in my life. I haven't been a good dad. I've not handled my marriage all that well. I struggle in my relationship with God. And I don't know what it means. I can do things. I want to and they're given a little bit more what we would call as religion versus a relationship with God because Tim if God really knows me the way you say he knows me, there's no way you could love me. Because they look inside and they see the brokenness. You know that? And Eric, here's the central message of the book. And that is, is that God is constantly reaching toward us. He desires us. His heart is there. And he wants us and he beckons us to come to him. Just like we want our kids to come to us when they're broken. When they're struggling, when they're lost, when they're confused, I want my kids running to my lap. And God can handle our emotion. He can handle the brokenness of our lives. He just simply wants us to come

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Dr. Tim Clinton on the Myth of 'Toxic Masculinity'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | Last week

Dr. Tim Clinton on the Myth of 'Toxic Masculinity'

"My friend doctor Tim Clinton, he's the president of the American association of Christian counselors. He's also the co host with doctor James Dobson of family talk. The new book is called take it back, reclaiming biblical manhood for the sake of marriage family and culture. So Tim, we hear a lot in this day and age. We hear a lot about a lot of dumb stuff, but at the top of the list for me is this issue of toxic masculinity. It's kind of like talking about violent masculinity or whatever you're like, yeah. When masculinity goes bad, that's bad. We get it. But the idea that masculinity is somehow inherently dangerous or whatever you think, well, you know, that's like saying every cop with a gun is a potential murderer. So let's take the guns away from them. Their whole job is to protect the innocent and when they don't do that if they do the wrong thing, we prosecute them. So we're all on the same page, but people seem to be pushing this idea as though manhood is somehow inherently toxic. And we would say it's exactly the opposite. But why is that idea so widespread? You know, it's the logic's insane Eric, but even the American psychological association came out and basically broad brushed that statement saying that men were toxic. Eric, it's not that men are toxic. It's not that masculinity is toxic. It's that there's toxic behavior. There are men who make bad decisions. Have men blown it? Have you ever been on the receiving end of somebody's anger? Of their horrific stuff. You know, in a counseling world I live in. I see it every day. But Eric, that doesn't mean men are masculinity as toxic. We own our behavior, masculinity, God created this uniquely. We go back to our earlier discussion about being protected and providers the walls and so much more. Why they want to take it out again. It's the narrative. Because if you can neutralize men, if you can get them to shut down, if you can get them to, hey, what did throw say? The massive men lived quiet lives of desperation. If you can get them lost, if you can take them out of the fight, what the editing, all that's necessary for evil to try them in the midst of this war that we're in is for good men and women to do what? Nothing.

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'Take It Back' Author Tim Clinton on the Beatdown of Men in Our Culture

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:00 min | Last week

'Take It Back' Author Tim Clinton on the Beatdown of Men in Our Culture

"Tell us Tim, doctor Tim Clinton, take it back, reclaiming biblical manhood. What's it about? Eric you know there's been such a beatdown on men in culture. I mean, basically, men are seen as buffoons, idiots, disengaged fathers, horrible husbands, porn addicts, you name it. I gotta tell you, that is something that I've noticed for a long time. So let's talk about why is that? Why is that? Spiritually, I mean, I think I have an answer, but do you have an answer? Because we all see it. We've seen it most of our lives. What is that? You know, Eric, I think if you can take men out of the equation, you can run a pretty unique agenda. Men I see men as protectors as providers as the walls. And then are supposed to bring boundaries to life, Eric? They're supposed to step up and into the moment. And God made it that way. But if you can take men out, boy, you can pretty much do anything you want. That's what I think is going on. I totally

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Booker scores 24 points, Suns beat Mavs for 10th straight

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Booker scores 24 points, Suns beat Mavs for 10th straight

"Devin Booker had twenty four points nine rebounds to lead the sons to a one oh five ninety eight victory over the maps it was their tenth straight win the Andre eight and added nineteen points and thirteen rebounds the sensor eleven and three in Eaton said they did what they had to to get the win Mr some solid defense right to us but you know we wasn't really making our shots we find some great rates but we just was in my head and now other than that I think it was a it was it was going I'm going to games yes I think yeah playing without the injured look at Dr it's the mass were led by Tim Hardaway juniors twenty two George Khattar Phoenix

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Democrats Never Do Their Homework

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | Last week

Democrats Never Do Their Homework

"Tea But I want to get to this in a second that I had spoken to someone from Fox before and we were chatting about an event he did by figure out who it was And he said he was stunned that when he asked the crowd regarding the rittenhouse case when he asked the crowd how many people who were involved in the incident especially the people who were shot were black there were people in the crowd as a matter of fact lots of people in the crowd who thought that the people shot were black They were not And Tim carne as an interesting piece about this in the Washington examiner how Democrats just generally don't know anything I've got a couple of articles about this today How they're stupid but it's not that they're incapable of processing information that their dendrites and axons don't connect That is not what I'm saying They don't know anything because they listen to the liberal media and they believe the nonsense they tell them This has been an evergreen topic this past week on the show How they just make stuff up and wears conservatives always question everything out of the media's mouth Because they know a lot of them are knuckleheads making it up Liberals don't do that And therefore it leads them to conclusions like coronavirus lethality You have a 90% chance of dying from coronavirus There are thousands of black men unarmed shot every year by police departments The victims in the written House case They were black and this is the kind of stuff that happens because they believe the media The Russia hoax is real They never do their homework like

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Small lineup helps Mavs rally in 4th to beat Nuggets 111-101

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Small lineup helps Mavs rally in 4th to beat Nuggets 111-101

"The Dallas Mavericks snap the Denver Nuggets five game winning streak with a one eleven one one comeback victory so the mass improved to nine four while the nuggets drop to nine and five the males who lost to Denver by thirty one a month ago got sweet revenge mass trailed by thirteen in the third but outscored Denver sixty to forty three in the second half the males were led by Christoph present us with twenty nine look at Dr Jetta twenty three eleven assists and Tim Hardaway nineteen points including thirteen in the decisive fourth quarter nickel yoga chalices and I. thirty five W. Denver Bob Stevens Dallas

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Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last week

Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

"The is not even an intelligent person You know they used to have Tim Russert that guy was unbelievable And before him Joel spivak and then they purposely lower their stainless but I have a question folks Here's the anchor on meet the press right What's his race mister White They have their Sunday show on ABC George Stephanie what's his race White They have a Sunday show on CBS nobody watches it What's his or her race White Isn't that amazing Jeff mother Zucker What's his ray He's white I can go right down the list Let's look at AT&T Board a director see ya White What's that all about The ownership of The New York Times always has been white they're immigrants Oh Look at The Washington Post who's at the head of The Washington Post a guy named Fred Ryan White Why does white can be That amazing An activity cross is there talking about truck drivers truck drivers She's met truck drivers and most of them she happens to know an industry populated by a lot of white men over the age of 55 We can't have that in America No no no In Tiffany what have you done for your country What have you done for anybody What have you done for black people Nothing You're a loser All you do is attack people

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Attorney: No more `Black pastors' in court for Arbery case

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Attorney: No more `Black pastors' in court for Arbery case

"The lawyer for one of three white men accused in the murder of a black man in Glynn county Georgia makes a shocking request during the trial into Brunswick Georgia courtroom Thursday attorney Kevin Goff's done the court we don't want any more black pastors come here during that time the jury was out of the room Goff objected to the Reverend al Sharpton's presence during Wednesday's session of the trial of his client William Roddy Brian and father and son Greg and Travis McMichael the three are charged with murder and other crimes in the February twenty twenty shot gun shooting death of twenty five year old black man about armory in their neighborhood bring high profile members of the African American community into the court room to sit with family during the trial in the presence of the jury I believe that's intimidating that sound from court TV Gough admitted he didn't know until later Sharpton had been at the trial the judge rejected his request I'm Tim acquire

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White House rushes with infrastructure fixes for US economy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

White House rushes with infrastructure fixes for US economy

"President Biden says the one trillion dollar infrastructure plan will impact everyone in this country this is Asian is going to change the lives of every American the president says the recently passed one trillion dollar infrastructure bill will have an effect on nearly every aspect of daily life especially when it comes to long neglected transportation issues is most significant investment passenger rail the past fifty years roads and bridges in the past seventy years public transit ever Biden also notes that the measure contains billions to build out high speed broadband internet across the country it addresses the ports and shipping issues causing the current costly bottlenecks Biden says he wants Democrats in Congress to act on his even more ambitious build back better program no one is coming to do this work it's up to us our country our planet our democracy all our hands right now Tim McGuire Washington

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Prosperity

Bald and Blonde

04:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Prosperity

"Let me ask you. What is your definition of prosperity. While i would think of the word prosperous as its reach and then think about what that means to me and to me. That means you're doing well. There's an abundance this. A positive ity is success around what you're doing and whatever it is undertaking. I think that's what it would mean to me. Thank you so much for sharing. i agree with you. I believe that there's one more aspect where we can see prosperity. And that is in life. Overall when we look the prosperous flora and fauna meaning the animal world and the growth of plants and flowers and algae. It is just so amazingly prosperous when we just start looking. It is even when you take a piece of sand and put it under a microscope. Then you see so many facets or when you look at the crystal as it's growing it's prospering now. Ideas can prosper. To creativity can prosper. Now another aspect is ourselves so many cells are dying billions of cells in our bodies. Every single day are dying and we're building new ones that's prosperous so when we become so aware of that level of prosperity then we can realize that we are not even off off prosperity but we are prosperous. Only because mainstream media tells us. Oh you're real guy when you don't use this particular play to shave or the woman who does not wear specific shoes because otherwise she's not feminine enough. That's really all illusion When we start focusing on how prosperous we already are. And i'm not even going to the basic look at oxygen. Have you ever wondered. I wonder where my next breath comes from. Probably not and they'll always was much much more so unless you diving and free diving for example because then you really need to measure the volume in your lungs so how much oxygen you had then let it slowly out. The deep adieu go so prosperity is all around us and it is really a disbelief. I believe to focus solely on one angle of prosperity and that would be the zeros behind a number on your bank account unless they're read because then you don't worn all these zeros again. It's very important that we define it so prosperity. When i look at you you're prosperous loc- you can talk. You can walk. You can think you can smile all the muscles you have in your face that make you smile. The blinking of your is That grin that cute little. I don't even know how you call those these little bumps in words. I don't know how you call them. Tim posey saiga have deposed. Yes so imagine having these dimples what prosperity. That is your fingers how they're moving. They can switch on and off recording buttons and put up and down. The headphones plugged in and out the microphone. That's prosperity we just have learned prosperity. I believe in a very limiting shape and form. You're absolutely right. I think that we probably auctioning. Paik was is right now with this conversation. Because that's how on feeling we've been trained through Current social systems. She believe prosperity only means money. And that shut down all of these other facets of so important to have this conversation and bring to people's awareness. What prosperity really is so that they can embrace it and feel it and it will on it sign. I think when you do embrace this come ass in every facet including the money like. That's the other side. I think if we can embrace it holy in every piece of allies then. The positive outcomes are

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Prosperity - burst 3

Bald and Blonde

04:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Prosperity - burst 3

"I believe that there's one more aspect where we can see prosperity. And that is in life. Overall when we look the prosperous flora and fauna meaning the animal world and the growth of plants and flowers and algae. It is just so amazingly prosperous when we just start looking. It is even when you take a piece of sand and put it under a microscope. Then you see so many facets or when you look at the crystal as it's growing it's prospering now. Ideas can prosper. To creativity can prosper. Now another aspect is ourselves so many cells are dying billions of cells in our bodies. Every single day are dying and we're building new ones that's prosperous so when we become so aware of that level of prosperity then we can realize that we are not even off off prosperity but we are prosperous. Only because mainstream media tells us. Oh you're real guy when you don't use this particular play to shave or the woman who does not wear specific shoes because otherwise she's not feminine enough. That's really all illusion When we start focusing on how prosperous we already are. And i'm not even going to the basic look at oxygen. Have you ever wondered. I wonder where my next breath comes from. Probably not and they'll always was much much more so unless you diving and free diving for example because then you really need to measure the volume in your lungs so how much oxygen you had then let it slowly out. The deep adieu go so prosperity is all around us and it is really a disbelief. I believe to focus solely on one angle of prosperity and that would be the zeros behind a number on your bank account unless they're read because then you don't worn all these zeros again. It's very important that we define it so prosperity. When i look at you you're prosperous loc- you can talk. You can walk. You can think you can smile all the muscles you have in your face that make you smile. The blinking of your is That grin that cute little. I don't even know how you call those these little bumps in words. I don't know how you call them. Tim posey saiga have deposed. Yes so imagine having these dimples what prosperity. That is your fingers how they're moving. They can switch on and off recording buttons and put up and down. The headphones plugged in and out the microphone. That's prosperity we just have learned prosperity. I believe in a very limiting shape and form. You're absolutely right. I think that we probably auctioning. Paik was is right now with this conversation. Because that's how on feeling we've been trained through Current social systems. She believe prosperity only means money. And that shut down all of these other facets of so important to have this conversation and bring to people's awareness. What prosperity really is so that they can embrace it and feel it and it will on it sign. I think when you do embrace this come ass in every facet including the money like. That's the other side. I think if we can embrace it holy in every piece of allies then. The positive outcomes are

Change Self Sabotage Manifestation Transformation Mental Health Personal Development Mindset Tim Posey Saiga Paik
Jim Carafano Knows Why Vaccine Reluctance in Eastern Europe Is So High

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Jim Carafano Knows Why Vaccine Reluctance in Eastern Europe Is So High

"That. Why did you bring up the former KCB colonel Tim capano? So as we were talking before the break, I just did a swing through Europe. Some of the choices of Europe. Yeah, and it was in Romania and Moldova and I was saying that one of the real, you know, we talk about vaccines here in the differences in those countries, the vaccine usage rate is extremely low. Even though they have plenty of vaccine and they have lots of infrastructure because the countries are bombarded every day with Russian disinformation, saying all kinds of crazy. But use the technical phrase in the break. You said, because the Russians of Boston's. Right. Exactly. Because here's the Russians aren't doing this because they have questions about the vaccines or they want because they're not mandatory in these countries. They're doing it because they want to make these countries as ungovernable as possible. So trying to destabilize. This is what I said. We used to teach together. At these JPM EVs, military institutions, if you just want to understand Russia today, all you need is all I used to say is it is an anti status co actor. They just want to stir. Wherever it is, Middle East, eastern, they just want to stir, right? Just to see what can I get out of it? Destabilize. Because and they're getting people killed. And these aren't like, these aren't like in America to make where I'm young. I'm healthy. I had COVID. These are all vulnerable. These are old, vulnerable. I'm healthy. Who are going to die if they would die if they got the flu for God sakes. And the Russians don't

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UN aid chief urges G20: prevent mass starvation in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

UN aid chief urges G20: prevent mass starvation in Afghanistan

"The United Nations calls on the G. twenty countries to take immediate action to help millions of people in Afghanistan U. N. humanitarian chief Martin Griffiths tells the AP that the U. S. and the other wealthy nations have to make two crucial changes to traditional aid packages give us your humanitarian money because we can make good use of it he's reprogram your development money used for longer term projects into humanitarian money so we can use it now Griffith says the world food program already feeding four million people in Afghanistan we'll need to feed up to twelve million in the coming winter months Hoff of the population of that country is now at risk of not having enough food to eat not having knowing where the next meal will come from Griffith says the current crisis has been caused by two large droughts the disruption of services and the collapse of the economy after the Taliban routed the government and took over the country I'm Tim McGuire

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Oklahoma executes inmate who dies vomiting and convulsing

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Oklahoma executes inmate who dies vomiting and convulsing

"The first execution in Oklahoma after a series of botched executions in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen didn't go quite as planned sixty year old John Marion grants sentence to death for the nineteen ninety eight stabbing death of prison cafeteria worker gay Carter is the first Oklahoma inmate put to death since twenty fifteen he convulsed and vomited after being given a sedative the first of three drugs used in the execution two members of the execution team wipe the vomit from his face in his neck retired AP reporter Michael Graczyk still covers executions for the Associated Press has witnessed some four hundred fifty such debts and recalls only one instance of someone vomiting during the execution in an email statement the department of corrections said the execution was carried out according to protocols and without complication six more Oklahoma inmates are scheduled to die by lethal injection through next March I'm Tim acquire

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"tim i" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:25 min | Last month

"tim i" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"They've <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> got TJ Warren <Speech_Male> if he gets healthy. They've got <Speech_Male> Keras. They've got a <Speech_Male> bunch of guys <Speech_Male> that are interesting <Speech_Male> pieces <Speech_Male> that if they decide to go in a <Speech_Male> different direction, they could get some <Speech_Male> stuff for, right? <Speech_Male> It's like a course correct. <Speech_Male> I guess <Speech_Male> that's a good way to put it. <Speech_Male> Like Charlotte, I <Speech_Male> feel like has a <Speech_Male> unifying direction. <Speech_Male> Chicago <Speech_Male> has a unifying <Speech_Male> direction. <Speech_Male> New York <SpeakerChange> has a <Speech_Male> unifying direction. <Speech_Male> Indiana, <Speech_Male> I'm like, what <Speech_Male> is this? <Speech_Male> All these players are <Speech_Male> good, <Speech_Male> but what is it? <Speech_Male> What's <Speech_Male> going on? <SpeakerChange> And so I <Speech_Male> don't know. That's where I am with <Speech_Male> the pacers. Yeah, <Speech_Male> I'm <SpeakerChange> the same place. <Speech_Male> Same place for me. <Speech_Male> You've got <Speech_Male> Philly who we didn't <Speech_Male> talk about because <Speech_Male> we've all talked about <Speech_Male> them enough. Philly <Speech_Male> next tonight is <Speech_Male> the only Eastern Conference <Speech_Male> game <Speech_Male> on the schedule. All <Speech_Male> the other 8 teams in <Speech_Male> action are Western Conference <Speech_Male> games. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> That's a fun, but <Speech_Male> yeah, Golden State <Speech_Male> is playing at <Speech_Male> Oklahoma City so you <Speech_Male> can chalk up a W <Speech_Male> for the workers. They'll be <Speech_Male> Bill before you know. <Speech_Male> And Lakers <Speech_Male> spurs in a <Speech_Male> battle of <Speech_Male> historic juggernauts <Speech_Male> that are both one and <Speech_Male> two and then the national TV <Speech_Male> game tonight on TNT <Speech_Male> is Denver <Speech_Male> Utah, <Speech_Male> which is quite interesting. <Speech_Male> It's going to be a fun <Speech_Male> year in the east man. We didn't <Speech_Male> really talk about <Speech_Male> the heat at <Speech_Male> all, who have <Speech_Male> only played three <Speech_Male> games and one of them <Speech_Male> was against half the bucks <Speech_Male> and another one <Speech_Male> was against the magic. <Speech_Male> So it's like <Speech_Male> take it for what it's worth. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I like that <Speech_Male> team Tyler hero looks <Speech_Male> good. <SpeakerChange> There's just a <Speech_Male> lot of interesting teams. It's gonna <Speech_Male> be fun. It's gotta <Speech_Male> be super fun, and <Speech_Male> it was great to be I was <Speech_Male> at the garden last week <Speech_Male> for Celtics nicks, which <Speech_Male> we end up being the game of the <Speech_Male> year. Even though it was <Speech_Male> the first game of the season. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> it's <Speech_Male> great to be at <Speech_Male> the garden. <Speech_Male> With a good <Speech_Male> team, again, <Speech_Male> and the fans into it. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> it was great to go to road <Speech_Male> to you around this morning and <Speech_Male> see the sixers and actually be <Speech_Male> able to speak to people <Speech_Male> in person. <Speech_Male> It's a <Speech_Male> nice change. So <Speech_Male> yeah, <Speech_Male> things are things are looking <Speech_Male> up on off fronts. <Speech_Male> It's good to be back in <Speech_Male> the swing of things. And <Speech_Male> like we said on the pot <Speech_Male> a few weeks ago, I mean, <Speech_Male> these just <Speech_Male> loaded with interesting stuff <Speech_Male> to talk about. It's not, <Speech_Male> it's not like <Speech_Male> the Eastern Conference of <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> large stretch of this, <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> Eastern Conference. <Speech_Male> I mean, there's <Speech_Male> been 5 or 6 teams every <Speech_Male> year. You just didn't really <Speech_Male> have much interest in <Speech_Male> the east and this year, <Speech_Male> that's not the case. Even <Speech_Male> the bad teams, <Speech_Male> you know, have Evan <Speech_Male> mobile and Kate Cunningham <Speech_Male> and jaylen tugs to <Speech_Male> watch. So there's <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> lot of stuff going <SpeakerChange> on. It's <Speech_Male> fun. Tim <Speech_Male> Bon temps, <Speech_Male> you're always writing about <Speech_Male> these games writing interesting <Speech_Male> features <Speech_Male> involved in our <Speech_Male> 5 on 5s. It's <Speech_Male> good to see you. We will <Speech_Male> surely cross paths <Speech_Male> soon. <Speech_Male> I will be at <Speech_Male> one of the New York arenas <Speech_Music_Male> pretty soon. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> Good to see you as always keep up <Speech_Music_Male>

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"tim i" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

05:11 min | 4 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

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"tim i" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"So that's, and that's why I say with the specific remedies for the black community because of what has happened to our government. And I'm not concerned so much with the parents, even though I think we're going to talk about that later. I'm Dale for calling them out, man, but I'm more concerned with our government and I definitely doing right by us wage. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Let's let's go there for a minute. Obviously, Everybody is watching carefully. The hearings on Capitol Hill, which are amazing to me to see police officers. Victimized, normally, we're victimized by police and we even seen some black Capitol police officers. Talked about openly brother done was saying, how it was a very different day for black police officers. Who what's your reaction to some of this testimony? And this whole January six piece? I'm like you man. These are the guys that supported Donald Trump for the most part and I think it's a great reality check for that for the folks in Blue. Ash. Exactly with the problem is, I mean, just like anybody else they probably watch Fox News or some other derivative of it and they think those people had their backs and then they, they've made a face reality. I'm glad that there's something happened, like I'm critical to Democrats. Also occurred to listen to some of my folks who critical. I'm also critical of Republicans so I don't I don't I don't just beat up on Democrats even though I feel like since I give them my vote, I've never voted Republican. They always something the public is ineffective, but it's great to see. I support this, I support this investigation. Some people say it's a waste of time in in a waste of time of this was Republicans and black lives matter. Went up in there in the capital maybe still talking about it, they'd be books and movies..

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"tim i" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Much like, who was Prince explores the life of Prince and his influences. Remy, Martin joins with International music, star Usher in Team Up For Excellence to film exploring, the history of music, culture, and cognac c, v a team up for excellence., Remy Martin Cognac. 40% alcohol by volume imported by Remy Cointreau USA. New York New York. Please drink responsibly off. I think. Thank you for calling semilla Mark Dobson, good. Well off those who practice a bit of reciprocity, they but even more than that because this brother page important to talk to, in any of that, I had the honor of being invited on his show a few weeks ago and I've invited him on mine, long overdue for a conversation he's involved in a lot his show. Many of you are familiar with a very popular Tim black TV. You should definitely check him out. If you have not dead he's real Tim black on Twitter and we had a spirited discussion. Last time I was with him welcoming him now to make it plain military. How are you brother? Actually, my brother, thank you so much for giving me this opportunity and like, I say hello to your audience. Well, and, and welcome Brothers, good to see you. How's the T? Show going, excellent man. We've been very busy and that's a good thing is, you know, you gotta stay active and excited about what's going on. So yeah, it's, it's good brother. I'm blessed and highly favored, man. That's good, that's good. Well, let's start this way. I could pick up where we left off, not spend a lot of time on it but you and I had a very spirited discussion on reparations and I'm sure it inspired..

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"tim i" Discussed on The Design Intent

The Design Intent

07:58 min | 4 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on The Design Intent

"We do. Yeah we spent a week we spent. We spent like four or five days up in the in mountains. An offside it was awesome. It was awesome. But i remember you know going from taipei down to while in and then up into the mountains and And tim has sham decided they were gonna rent scooters. I don't even know where did i don't think they drove all the way down there not scooters but i just remember holy shit. I'm the senior guy here. And i'm gonna be i'm going to. It's going to be my fucking fall. It's new always going to happen. And the him. In his sham they rented scooters drove around somewhere. I don't know if it was while in or where where it was. But they they they. They ended up surviving. It was not a good idea though but it was it was i mean. Putting his sham. Tim together was a big listen. My driving story with tim was. How many have you been in. Tim's own car and i go. Yeah this is the thing when he got it. It smelled so bad. Picture thing sat in the basement of taiwan parking lot. I am afraid to say too much but arkansas and so most of the people art down there is some pretty nice car lead gas so we had to because he wanted to get it was trying to sell it so we we took it out of the gas and it was a pretty scary thing because i guess he probably used it once in nine months or something so it was it stank as badly saying it was no gas and we took it to the car wash. Should we try to get claimed and things so we were down there Song shannon airport. I think the coolest power was. We just went and watch planes for like an hour after after we got running and stuff but that thing was rough he by that car from somebody in the studio or did he sell it to somebody in the studio no he. He bought it from shannon. The in shannon is one of the usability and that was her car. She called that piece of crap when she had. And then i think i remember. Tim sent me a picture of it being towed away like yes before he passed. I think he couldn't sell it. Hadn't paid tax on or something it was. It was like breaking all of italian ease rules and he wasn't allowed to do anything with it. So big blue truck came with sirens and stuff and took it away. Also happy to off load. I think i think sat in a basement. Parking below the building for months on end out there like all his. Bmw's are there are there you know. Higher level is this like old dilapidated. Never saw every once in a while and ask about your car. That's great. that's great. Wow tim's tim's linked in still up in the last recommendation is that i never checked. Yes always crazy. When i get you know i think i think tim was the one that yeah. I got celebrating work. Anniversaries than it was. Tim had passed away. And i just thought this freaky So so it must be of his death or something because The youtube video that he took over a they made other ya. Pig roasts showed up a couple of days ago on my whatever so that that was very strange i still had. It is says youtube channel. I don't know tony. I don't know enough about you to let let you this. You know but it popped up a my iphone the video. The the guy in taiwan made a lengthy video anyways. Yeah i think we should talk about a seven eleven bengo because that start with him. I didn't realize great. We invented it was a it was an invention. It was designers. Observant people right. We observe a law of seven. Elevens in taiwan and we realized he could actually buy alcohol. These things so then. One day. I dunno team room see. I guess tony would say we were. We were thinking well. You can actually buy alcohol and these things so could you drink alcoholic beverage between. Do you have enough time between stalls to to actually consume. And then it just turned into will usher. I'm walking home. How many seven weapons of between here and the hotel. so let's just. Let's just do that if you see a seven eleven to stop in and get one well. It turned out. There's so many seven elevens. We drunk like we've done like ten stops before i made it to the highest so ended up being you get better at the game as you practice it more. So then you'd say well we'll include a seven eleven on the side street. If you see in the side street you would go there as well. All it do the ninja game which would be seven eleven and highlights include highlights. So family. Mott's in the inva- discussion as well. But anyway this was. Tim's suggesting that we should start a year game of seven eleven. I have a the last email received from him still in my inbox. I couldn't It was very incoherent. I couldn't understand most of the stuff he wrote on there But you know. I had traveled quite a bit in. Ibm and adele in attended travel. International much adult it was all domestic. Everything was done the. Us i to feel very happy for him. Because when he went to taiwan it was like it was like holy shit. He discovered a whole new world in he worked. Did scott knows more about this than i do. He worked really hard to to lower there and then he worked at really hard to become a taiwan employee and he met a lovely lady. They're constants a gun to the marina wife gone to know her quite well So whenever it's time to go he he enjoyed His stint in.

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"tim i" Discussed on The Design Intent

The Design Intent

07:52 min | 4 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on The Design Intent

"He's like yeah. There's no toilet paper in here okay. I i'm not in the situation in houston. I'm what's going. And i remember running out. There's probably maybe they don't use paper here literally no toilet paper in the bathroom on wall. Anyway there wasn't any. So i went to seven got some tissues and handed him over cucumber. Utha hanging cited like thank. You thank you just no even so evening. I saw because he brought that to work. I can't remember how many times have idea ever onto your. It's like no a little while later. Maybe we'd be a beer later or something like that from this perspective or or like this just young guy here come up with the solution seemed to have. I think the other thing which really stood out as he could make friends with anyone so fast you know. It was ridiculous claim literally. I was one time in taipei. I need to go and buy some t to bring home. So we go to a tea shop and You can't just go in and buy thi with tim. He ends up like tokens fiona. I've got a photo hero. Pull open a bit but he he basically ends up talking to the owner and then we sit down for like an hour and a half deciding which t- was about. How did tim just managed to sit down and have tea with the owner of this place. I mean i couldn't. I could barely by thi let alone strike up a conversation and and start To do what he did. It is absolutely insane really. But that's the thing it seems like every everywhere we went with tim and taiwan's new the owner. How is he knew the owner every play active free drinks because he knew the honor. Great ridiculous that is yes. We spent an hour and a half and this guy was pulling out all sorts of different teas and stuff. So i wasn't was crazy. I tim look so young. Their life you'd be people in the workplace. They're totally shot. Same guy. I loved it. I'd be in the middle of whatever i'd be in furiously working. And i'd be in taiwan when he would already moved there and in i would just get the system message that would pop up. He's like do you wanna go to building see for a meeting and i'd right now. It'd be like four o'clock in the afternoon. he's like yes now. Just say okay. And then i'd see emmy company walkover. He would say worry. Wouldn't look at me. i. I've looked around and i'm looking for everyone to see if like they're noticing us leaving in the middle of the day and we just walk out and go to building c and a couple of years be codename for g. l. l. jail. Ll was carnegie's right down the street from from the shang that's where we would start at carnegie's and then and then he'd say will what do you want to eat and i go. Well what's good. He's like well. I know the owner of the place around. It was always a good time. There's always those. Those were often turned into long. Eat okay well. You want want get a drink after dinner. Where should we go always variably. Well i know the owner of s- place a so much live freely So how long was he dell. I don't i can't even remember how long he hired a couple years for i did and yet he. I applied for a job that he got in the as. You told us already. Whatever look richard look anyway so he coarsely into roasting at fagin taiwan. You all heard that story right. Oh yeah. Where's the worst pig i have ever made in my life that you guys sound like very bowels cream so so we go to the home depot by the right shit to make the pit and the pages frozen solid. We never had in. Yeah thanks went downhill from there fad. You weren't there. The time you on made it up. I was there. I wasn't living there of school. I remember. I think i was there for some reason. But some reason. I wasn't with you guys but i remember the pig go into the back of a taxi at one. Motorcycle taxi air. Yeah and then. We lean roasted again. He he makes friends. This guy has janka a who who was within the defense department in restrict. Jonathan and yours training taiwanese had a shooting missiles right. It's like holy hell you anyways. I answer glad that nobody died from that roasted pig. Because she'd was raw salmonella. Where did you cook it. where did you cook it. wasn't it up. And this this american young whopper snapple the knew how to shoot missiles was straining the the taiwanese military and he had rented this beautiful place And everything was tiled so we would put the pit on top tile in. It took forever. Mike tanaka in his wife were they were at the time. Everybody came in like holy shit. It wouldn't it. Wouldn't cook was at a house that i have the heart. Where were you at a house in the back. The mac daddy or something like that very nice place in this guy lived there along and it was huge so the location was awesome but in workout just dies all that guy is still here. Still chat with him. I guess we gotta we gotta bring you gotta bring this into the conversation. As the at least.

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"tim i" Discussed on The Design Intent

The Design Intent

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on The Design Intent

"I've been wanting to do this for a i wanted to have a talk about tim. Dearborn our our great friend who passed away a few years ago and you know he was such a unique individual that we got to work with dell and i remember getting to work with him. I coming in and sort of all characters. Kind of being at del And knowing that tim i don't really know when he started or how long he was at dell but i know that we all have our own individual little stories that we fortunately got to have along along with tim so i think we should just kind of talk about it and kind of go over all all the years in good times that we've got we've got to have with him. Sounds goodwill pedro. You probably had the first encounters with with timid adele right so I met him at a party. Designer which i will still at ibm in design issues to host parties. At christmas. Time and tim got a job that i applied for so i am like who the heck is this guy. It was a little bit of friction on my apartment is because he's dark about how to believe so Long story short a couple of years later of vp. That didn't want to hire any exit. The emmers left or was not avi anymore. And i got the job so Team and i and a handful of other people. Try to coordinate. Some of the stuff goes all the Divisions were running autonomous nocal- business. No commonality with lois or any of that stuff Always admired the guy. He was always very creative. Not only work with some some stuff that he helping with outside of the thing that you see right here We used to host. Thank all read. That later became role. Hold because michael dell decided to partner up with that guy that did. The red products denied decided that me change the name anyways. Tim donations for rojo. Rojo was say challenge designers in town to donate our original art and we would auctioned off a genie's moving art and the proceeds build somebody so That's a crayon painting drawing whatever the tended ola were you nice rolling in so i'll wrap up soon I think we became real good friends. Who would trial on at his house and second second all michigan. I guess called We went to viking festival couple times together in scotland. I know but we used to meet at jimmy's longhorn at least once a week in how a bud light and these were I'm not. I'm not working. I don't confirm nor deny no never no working hours on a window at the mosquito garden were every time we had beers would appeal a late label from the bud light and stick it on window so last time tim was in town he He brought in up some kind of sticker and that's the last label. was replaced on that that window. There's still air through. Four generations of bud light stickers. That's cool that's great. I knew definite about that. That is a school. i. I remember when i when i got in there was tim and eric and everybody was scattered in the studio. There was no like real location for everyone. We were kind of in various spots in the cube farm. And tim just was doing whatever it was. It was you guys are in the middle of e one design development. And i remember it is whenever i would. He'll hook up with taiwan. He would always regale the same story over how he got dinged on his performance review. Two years in a row. On two-tone black pain eric member. That is just. He would always like i two times. I got dinged on my performance review from kid on that times really funny. What was with the paint. What what was it. We made the mistake of trying to do to tone black paint. One was it like seven gloss. Units and the other one was like seventeen humidity and we were trying to differentiate in of course the tolerances from the factories were at least ten loss unit so it was just. It was just a nightmare. And i think tim had the unfortunate position of sitting by the the large Meeting room and so whenever anybody would need anything need a model they would always come and bothered. And and i think i think and i don't know this for a fact but there was a two-tone model that can kept asking for. I think tim threw it away. I think he finally got rid of it because it was just it was going nowhere and it was. It was really a bad situation in in. I believe that he got rid of it. I think i think that sounds. You didn't same thing with the The original e series one. One that he worked on with the pentagram when they brought that into the meeting and there was that whole issue about the thickness of it. So that because i remember being at.

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"tim i" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Everybody. it's andy. Richter and i am here doing a podcast that you've come to know as the three questions and that's because that's what it's always been called and today i'm talking to a very dear friend of mine and this is always the best thing whenever anybody asked me like. Who's your favorite guests on the conan. Show i always say my friends because why the hell do. I wanna sit next to a stranger. So i'm getting a chance to talk to. One of my favorite people tend meadows. Hi tim that's me. Hi emma it says on your on your zoom window timothy meadows. Yeah anyone to be confused with tim. Tim meadows or wild air. Some mother tim meadows there. There's some on on on on twitter. A really yeah. One of them is like a very promiscuous gay man who likes to put pornography on his twitter feed nice and he's name is tim meadows. And oh that's good so when you're elderly relatives go searching for yes. Yes they get a rude awakening. Yeah yeah but i was on. Twitter is myself now was verified. And then i sorta contacted twitter. And i was like haters the to meadows this like you know. He's got some pretty wild stuff on there and eat you know is something we can do and they were like no and so i got off a twitter and also. He had more followers than i did too. That's gotta hurt it hurt. Yeah you weren't putting out the gay porn like he was You're in chicago right. yes i'm argo and and sort of split your time. There are people surprised to know that that you still live in chicago. I don't know if they surprised. I mean people are surprised. I guess when they see me here sometimes. Yeah you know But i think people sort associate me with new york. Most people are will ask me like. Why are you in town. Or what are you doing in town. Yeah 'cause they ended up in new york. And i'm like i live here. Yeah yeah yeah and you do. You live there more than you live in. la According to my taxes. I fifty fifty. Yeah but i depend on say anything more. Listen to this podcast closely. They after me for years you will. Yeah and i have a summer house in indiana but No but i do us. I'm sorta varies from year to year. I'm at the end zone..

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"tim i" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

02:24 min | 9 months ago

"tim i" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"Up you take the wax out and had this like nineteen seventy four wax smell. We put it on. And i got to act like a really in the bed and my brother was gene and my other brother was peter. It was a real thing for us. That's awesome my answer. That question is usually. The synchronicity from the police was the first record i bought. But that's actually not true. The first record i bought was a soundtrack empire strikes back really. Yeah i hadn't even thought about. I still have it. But i mean i'm thinking like what's an artist that i bought not a soundtrack but i actually remember saving my allowance and buying i was such a star wars freak in one thousand nine hundred eighty and i wanted to soundtrack and i'd listen to it over and over again. I mean so good. Do you have the and remember the first cassette that you ever got. Oh that's you know so funny enough. Synchronicity about on vinyl and probably eighty four. Maybe came out in indiana. Eighty four but cassettes took over right at that point that was kind of the tipping point so that was the last record actually bought for a long time. Because i went into cassettes. But i'm trying to think what my first cassatt was. I became a pretty Instill lamb passionate fan of genesis. And around the same time. I it might have been the self titled genesis record from eighty three eighty four on. Yes mine mine was dement work. Yeah cargo yeah. Yeah i come from the land of unda that's great. I remembered that. I played that thing over and over. Yeah i remember when mtv used to show concerts. And i remember a minute work concert That they showed like an hour long concert. So that's one thing i missed about. Mtv early days they showed so much live music and it kinda steered away from that over the years. Outside of unplugged in no word shows for the most part. But oh man yeah. That's that's hilarious. So what was the yeah. This is a nice segue into the next question. What was the first concert. You went to kiss. Was it well after. Yeah well no no. No actually many years after i was i was.

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"tim i" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:30 min | 1 year 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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"tim i" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"tim i" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"So listen if you're not part of our free cutting program Joey Harrington. Chill this week because we are on a little bit of vacation. so forgive us if the show seems a little bit like our Sunday show that's right. But don't overly panic or think too much about the rigamarole with regards to buyer agency it's not really going anywhere Just make sure you're really thinking about whether you stay beholden to happen to work with buyers and by byerly it's Another little story. So I got I, didn't tell you about this. So I got an email from Well, it's Clinton Pennsylvania, and they were a fantastically successful ages matter of fact, they're going to do two hundred million. Two hundred million in volume. Sir. So they've got like nine. Agents that are part of their team you know loosely formed Tim I would say and they were telling me that there's Zilt so they've been buying buyer leads from Zoll. And of course, Villa's going to be opening up a local. You know zillow homes and whatnot. But he said his zillow rap, they've been paying a thirty just do the math on this chair. So they've been paying their broker has been receiving ten percent of every ten or twelve percent off the top. Then they've been paying a thirty five percent referral fees Zillow, and then they've been paying their buyer's agents Essentially I don't remember the percent was these buyer's agents transactions they've been making like I think eight or nine or ten percents that. And they're in their sale prices, you know cases the math makes sense but you know how many of them were converting how much time were they starring all that but here's what he learned. He's he found out that sense zillow home is going to be rolling out offices and hiring agents that they are going to be continuing to send referrals to agents. But the referral fee I can tell you this part ready for it as go from thirty, five percent to seventy five, percent seventy, five percent..

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"tim i" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:23 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 Unreserved Wine Talk

Unreserved Wine Talk

04:21 min | 1 year 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 KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"tim i" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The I heart radio apps to Tim Conway judicial killing him for Tim I gotta tell you if you've ever listened to the mall Kelly show which airs live on KFI Saturdays and Sundays from six to eight PM every once in awhile we'll end up on the subject of Chucky cheese pizza and Chucky cheese is vilified by most places at most people it I've never really had a good experience going to Chucky cheese pizza ever I've never been there you have when I was a kid yeah I love that part my gosh I've been baby because I was never at a Chucky cheese as a child only as an adult that makes sense I thought the food was bad I thought the experience was worse because the Chucky cheeses that I would go to it was a good chance the fight was going to break out and not necessarily amongst patrons but patrons versus employees because customer service was never there thing at least not at the Chucky cheeses that I went to it was always a bad experience maybe the neighborhood I was sent but when I see a story about Chucky cheese it reminds me how I never ever want to again go to a Chucky cheese and it's not just in the LA area an Oregon woman is suing Chucky cheese for negligence after getting her hair caught in a ticket machine for twenty minutes have you ever been to a Chucky cheese they usually have like arcade style games it's not funny Eric she got her hair caught it's a sad story now that's where and I'm thinking about this is supposed to be a place of family entertainment yeah arcade style games you get tickets for a role like skee ball or whatever they do with those places now and somehow some way this woman who probably has here very long like Gina grad sorry to put you in the story not at all got her hair stuck in one of the machines for about twenty minutes the incident unfolded when Scott visited the Chucky cheese her name is Ashley Jana Scott the incident unfolded when she visited the Chucky cheese branch near downtown Portland I think I've seen this close in Portland a few weeks ago back on December eighth Scott said she was speeding tickets into a machine to exchange them for prizes when her hair got caught up in the equipment how I'm not sure I've seen the machine I mean was she trying to feed it like a sewing machine I don't know you don't get a price for that no no well she's trying to get a prize in the form of a lawsuit judgment but writes she claims she was stuck in the machine for twenty minutes without any assistance from the company before finally an employee came to our rescue and freed her from the machinery well this should be very simple I'm quite sure their cameras because just as food establishment their children everywhere and Chucky cheese probably wants to protect itself like any other business in that situation there is or is not a video let's skip to the end here and if the video there's twenty minutes of a woman saying hello help me are you I'm quite sure you can say yeah but if she's just drunk or whatever because I think some to sell beer yeah and she has no step concept of time and she did something which was really idiotic USA drunk because it sounds like we're missing a real big part to this story yeah it's news because it never happens so if you and then why did it happen why did it happen to you not only why did it happen to you how's that that in a place like that twenty minutes transpired.

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"tim i" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:49 min | 2 years 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 KCRW

KCRW

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"tim i" Discussed on KCRW

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