17 Burst results for "Tim Kennedy"

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

05:30 min | 5 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"S near like. Oh i never heard him say anything about it because he didn't care is because he did not that he didn't care it's just that he didn't want to sit around and complain about it or say. Hey this is a disadvantage. That i had because i got injured doing this. Or whatever they just kinda just keep on going on they figure out a way to put one foot in front of the other take responsibility for the situations that they were in and they just do the best they can with it. I think ultimately ultimately people are trying to do the best. They can in the circumstances that they're in but they tend to blame it on other people. And i think that's where we can really get in trouble so most thinking about the other day though is i think just learning t tiny bit of stuff about the stock market. More recently in knowing that the stock market always advances. So it might go up into my co down but over the course of like ten years pretty much trans up And then you know the more decades go by trans upward even more. I think the united states does that too. I think united states continues to get better and better. I think i think all things do. I think just about But i think the united states in particular like yeah comes and goes and you heard about tim mentioning our history and some of the things that have happened are past and how he didn't feel that. This election was the most important election. And i would have to with that. We've talked about this on the show. Before there's been other situations and circumstances that have been Could be viewed as being worse or more impactful than what is going on at the moment but in general things are going to continue to always get better and while i didn't vote for the person that it looks like is becoming a president. I'm going to support it. And i'm going gonna back it and i'm just gonna say hey you don't that's great. Maybe some of the people that Did vote for biden will feel better. And maybe they'll get some of the things that they want and maybe it will just lead us to something better. Maybe it shows us more things that we don't want. I don't know but i always thought that president trump being in office who was going to disrupt things kind of drop a giant bomb on the united states in some way and really just stir things up a little bit or not even a little bit a lot of bit but i think that stirring i think that stirring the pot is good and i think that people will look back on his presidency. Not necessarily that. He was a great president but the he kind of cia he changed a lot of the groundwork forever and i could be better or for worse. I'm not sure time will kind of determine that but it may have just showed people what they don't want. Because since the time. I was a kid. They've always talked about having somebody that was like a gunslinger. They always talked about having someone that really shot from the hip and just kind of let loose and then they finally got someone to do that. And everyone's like well we didn't mean like this is too much. We mean that crazy. But i think in the end it will lead to better things and i'm excited to see what will happen in the next couple of months while i mean he did do that. Like it's like it's like a bunch of people got a a an enemy that they could like because apparently people from my generation. This is the highest voter turnout for under thirty something. And that is a great thing like more more. People are involved in our democracy now because thank thank him. Thank them do a post right now. Put tweeted out. My god and the thing is like those people that are involved now especially with seeing how important this vote was. Apparently they're gonna probably a lot of them are gonna continue being involved in future elections in smaller sections. That are happening. Let's like that's probably something that will be maintained for a good amount of time so andrew. Okay buddy struggling over here. You sick and i feeling good. So midway through the podcast i had run out and feels really bad so yeah stayed quiet. The whole time sima. I believe the amount of coffee i had without eating actual food and then i tried like you saw me trying to eat that big old salad and like ooh. I don't feel it. I gotta get it all in here but you're not doing too bad otherwise just some. Just some poop poop stories. I wish it was proved. Now's pukhan oh man. Really time that i've done the podcast. That's not cool. Well it's fine to do what you gotta do. You made it through. Well i saw closing your eyes a lot over there and like i don't if you're counting what you were doing. But he's fucking hurt and tried to like stay low sea. Ice can see me. But i would look up because i'm listening to tim. Speak you know. And i have so many notes written down here that are starred in when star something. That means. i'm eugene gonna make into a clip later. But i look up and because he's hand holding the phone and i just get nothing but motion sickness only the beginning around so much. Yeah bombed because like. I wanted to jump in on a couple of those a couple of those different topics but like i'm like two three steps behind you guys right now. So but yeah so apologies for that guys. Why we do this together buddy man. I'll pick each other up for sure down a little bit appreciate it. Yeah tim. kennedy's savage. What do you think about what i feel like. Some people might get a little upset at what he was saying with the like. The korean family is like now imagine.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Is an incredible american patriots. he has a bunch of fools in northern california acting schools and he and i are working on a project together specifically for young men not reinventing but during what it looks like to be a young man. We still many historical examples of these incredible young men climbing the outside scaffolding. The chrysler building and building the golden gate bridge in plummeting to their death or digging the panama or the suez canal fighting yellow fever and Alligators and crocodiles like the least of their worries. But we're actually a word and young men need to rediscover what it feels like. Action belief in something So matt bordeaux who is a Incredible man in a mentor to so many young men Here's one of the reasons. I am opening an account and author kademi but we we have a separate project called the apogee method. That is for young men do rediscover manliness in work. That that'll be coming up next year. Pretty cool i love it. Who better to be a part of it than you. This is this awesome. I need to go to that school faulk. I will retake a whole bunch of blocks of instruction but because you never you can never be comfortable. Thanks again for your time. Really appreciate it man. Absolutely right. awesome man while yemen doubts. That's great yeah. Thanks to our boy. Matt i said.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:10 min | 5 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I think it's complete un-american to demand that somebody has to help. But i don't know anybody that once they become successful does to help and they want to help in their own way like do i think the way that bill gates her or oprah. The way that they help is idiotic. Yes like if you gave me that money. Do i think i could. per celtics. communities into rich flir seem prosperous propercloth scores communities for sure. But they're trying to do their own thing and tell them how to do it. So you keep going on youtube you know you. Give me a little bit of jeff. Jeff bezos money. I'll culture in baltimore around. They'd heartbeat. But i'm not gonna take money for that. I think that's on america. Do you have political aspirations yourself. So hell no zero. It's tough because then it just kind of puts you in the same boat with everybody else. Makes you a politician yeah there are politicians dead crenshaw is is a good example of that john jones another example that but they don't view themselves as politicians. They still view themselves as the person that got blown up at a bunch of fractional or bullet got but through their eyeball after wear a patch or they crashed helicopter. They had to survive. For a few days. you know I have great respect for john mccain and at some point he started doing himself as a politician and there is decades of service. May what incredible person and he still personalized. I'm remembering to be incredible in a selfless service but at some point he started viewing himself as a politician. You could see the decisions that he made pain. And so i wish we could get like a jock awake in.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"With commerce more education more education because more commerce more business commit or small businesses open more small businesses those employers want to see their employees like i invested my employees. Like if i have an employee that wants to go and take a course go get his mba. I will bend over backwards for that employees to be able to expand and grow as an individual. The commerce comes in I you have to have security safety and because with commerce texas if you're coming in smashing my windows and throwing bricks booting it. I'm not gonna open business there. I'm going to go to the city next door. That has Law and order. And then i'm gonna open my business there because now mexican kid door open my business. I hire some employees. Locally is after committed work i start making money. I start hiring more employees. I opened up another another division and then hire more employees. Now have to have a manager to oversee those s can probably be attornal promotion so that one of the former employee from the last location on going to promote to manage that physician. Maybe even a director position. That's that's real money now. So now we have three different tiers at in cal- happens in five years and with need that guy to get an mba. So i'm going to encourage him to maybe take more like horses or junior college night. Classes on business or accounting finance economics shipping fulfillment ecommerce any of those things. But i'm i don't need a graphic designer. I don't wanna hire somebody that doesn't understand my business. Don't want to take one of those kids that ac- twiddling on the time do you go to school and learn about the things that you're doing. Graphic design is a cow. Graft this shirt would. i'll tell you to go. And in one generation in one decade we changed the landscape of a block and that all started with more police officers providing law and order safety.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

07:04 min | 5 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I. I was deployed in twenty sixteen when he was first time. And i think it's a vote for him and i would have. I wouldn't have voted. For hillary clinton exclusively from a military thing because the clintons have a really hard history with military which is a explained. Early time i don't know any military person that remember mogadishu or benghazi or or iraq. One be like all right now. I can have a clip for president. So as i don't know if any percents in the republican office would have been anything would've been calling anything but And i don't think it's because of president trump like the people it'd portland or seattle or kenosha or Louisville it could've been it could've been dan crenshaw. It could have been ryan paul. It could have been. I mean insert any conservative name into the office. I still think they would have been doing the same thing anyways. And so that if it's not the president's fault than whose fault is it that it's being so divisive could it possibly the onus be on the people i mean baby like if you could put anybody's name into that position that had a different viewpoint than everybody else that was righty than maybe it's not the president's fault maybe it's the maybe it's them. That are being divisive diplomat out there. If if like everything my dad used to say like everyone else is wrong in everyone else is doing the wrong thing. Maybe you can take second and look at yourself. Think you're doing and I don't. I don't think that could be any more relevant to ben today where no one looks to see bear to see. I love joking. Like i look at myself as the problem for me what i need to solve a me before i look out the grout solve out way and you can apply that to everything from ville works like okay before i start telling somebody else wear masks before i start doing a business to close. Let me look at me shoot. I'm four hundred pounds. I have diabetes. I have sticks a mortgage. But i'm telling that person wear masks. Maybe the problems not then to really great way of looking at it because Lockable my life. Are i know people who look at trump. And they're like oh snap everything that's going on right now. That's bad in the country. All comes down to what trump's done covid what he his decisions that he made with krona viruses. Because it it's the cause of where we are right now. Which honestly doesn't make any sense but like that seems to be the view from people that majority of the problems we ever because our our current former president. It's kind of wild while if something's going wrong with business i don't look at the president. Be like oh look what you've got like. I look at myself. And i look at my business. Let's see what i bit. I if in the gym. And i fail it a thing. She would have done that. I would've got this with you. Know how idiotic does that. It's it's the ratings of a petrol child but if you take responsibility individuals door if you look at yourself as the success or failure hitch things start going really great for you taking actually thinking about that idea you still see it on social media all the time right now You see videos like especially with what's going on with police in the country right now Videos were spread of shootings. Right and people are very quick to blame police for those types of situations immediately It's rare that you see individuals take a look at what the suspect was doing unless the individuals that are talking about that our police. So there's a lot of divide going on right now. I've heard you talking about solutions and making solutions to that problem. Right now. With the headset. I could probably talk about that more than i can. But i am curious of your thoughts of what's going on in that realm the police in this country right. Now how you feel about that. I probably know oh personally thousand. Police officers and within the greater network of law enforcement that i train. I've probably worked with thirty forty thousand law enforcement officers low estimates because we do you thousand every single year. I've been doing this for steady year. My dad has been a police officer for thirty four years. My brother is a deputy in monterey. California start detective job. I've been like around the world my own tire life and they are the most selfless heroes unappreciated. Hardworking loving carrying americans. I've ever steam and they get get on your like. Nobody really talks about what happens. What happened before the shooting. And they're just judging the plea. Let's get back individual responsibility for that guy that is a free time felon is committing a fourth felony and has a knife and just tried to stab somebody and is running back to the car to get another night and the person called. The police is the victim from the last thirty and then we're going to blame the police shop and fight stave the people to sanity. Let's make sure we. We put the onus responsibility on proper person where Like if i'm driving down the road and i break a lot For example of.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Who don't respond well and though read history. Do you think this country is kind of like more screwed than ever. Before do you think that's a byproduct of what's going on via social media the hype people talking about this being the most important election of all time and all these different things. Do you agree with any of that or do you think you know being somebody that studied history and served our country. What are your thoughts on that. We had jews in. The million is being walked from their homes to a ghetto from the ghetto to train from a train with concentrations can't from a concentration camp to a gas chamber where we were voting on what president was going to lead us to fight fascism overseas and inspire or meaning women to store beaches. Inclined mother clicks. If you or a second we just had the most important election in her lifetime. You're in state like if you go back to a country divided where you actually had a geographical line where a bunch of people thought that should be able to work in for free as slaves and then we're going to vote a person to power that is the first time in american history will evoke four founders ideas of all being created equal. That you are other fucking instinct after trying to get from the great depression. Two world war two to civil rights. The vietnam war to the initial invasion to attract or after the two towers crumbled when radical islam flew planes into the most important iconic pillars of american capitalism. And you think that right now because we had helped both reality television star and a steadily something year old guy that might have dementia candidates. You think you just had the most like how again america. You're so gosh darn cute so cute that you think that this is the biggest moment in history. No come on. You mentioned a couple times right and wrong. How do we. How do we distinguish. How do we determine right from wrong. And how do we maybe end up with that universally. Is that how we end up with. More is to try to impose right and wrong There's some things that are clearly wrong but it's hard to say sometimes from our society what's wrong versus the way someone else might do something. I mean when it comes to like stuff like continue to get married. I don't care if somebody say to be able to tell them not to get married. No joy get bad idea. Yeah probably not a great thing that you guys skill reproduce there's a higher incidence of And transmitted diseases amongst community business. Do whatever you want. That's the point of view. American i like is a christian is that muslims should be able to go to their place of worship. We should make laws about right no l. We should you can do ever former legiti one. I will make my day. Neighbors a cake from marijuana with love ones on the top of i can't and i will celebrate every of their freedom so right wrong key. Don't steal from somebody else. Get back pretty straightforward. Don't do violence to another person or their property. It's pretty straightforward like raper Even like getting into my my lane of freedom. Whatever i wanna do as long as it's me and mine and my lane of freedom it doesn't affect you your later freedom to do whatever you work. That's about being american. If there's one thing that i think all americans could it unified on its defining what right and wrong is is defining what freedom slot. If we're like. Hey be you brother be you be happy. Be american d free. Whatever that looks like for you. I i will jump on a grenade for you to do one. I will go over there. And do the most detestable acts. Hor that you can do that on that idea. Freedom you know nowadays we we were just speaking about how like you know speeches. Certain certain individuals speech is being suppressed right so there is a lack of freedom of speech there and i know that social media kind of makes things a little bit i. It's it's dark waters because you don't know can these companies. Do they have the power to do that because it's their company etc but when we're looking at that people's freedom of speech on certain sides being suppressed how can how can we get anywhere if we're not able to actually talk about things like there are certain topics where we can't if we speak about it even It'll be suppressed or won't get out to as many people as it should. How do you. How do we do that. So this course is the tech companies. Right now are i. Don't know why intentionally dividing us. So we feel in seem for their apartment You get to curate editorialize your own feet on here that the people agree with you. You only get to hear the same ideas that you want to hear over and over and over again and you're in the upper chamber of insanity like i can't think anything host purgatory than taking me with my own ideas reinforcing with a bunch of other people that are saying the same thing like that would drive me frigging insane. But i don't know why but a bunch of people do that and then anytime that.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Helicopter. And there you have it if you got inside a normal five year old boys brain. Yeah at five hi four. We thought i was going to be a navy. Seals special forces sniper crowding ban and most people grow up where they don't ever do any things they dream of as a kid right. Benepe isn't accountants or architects or a garbage man. Those are awesome professions for adult But if you never matured past five years old like myself It pretty much have to do what you remember you wanted to be. Did you set out to have a goal to be an army ranger declare. If i'm a green beret that into ranger school in those are very different things army rangers. In my opinion in most guys regiment are guys that are in army ranger regiments dot believe fully that. I was going to be like charlie scheme and tom. Cruise in top gun had a love trial in a love. Trial with me so i was going to be a green beret. That flew fourteen pockets. I i like this quote at said by a guy named jim rohn and he said something. The effect of his mentor said to him. Hey i think you should set out to be a millionaire because because of what it could make of you did you kinda dream of of wanting to become a green beret of wanting to do some of the things that you do currently and some of the things that you did to like. Make something of yourself or to become something. A new Yes i dream to. Initially when i was in college i was going. I wanted to be cleared starling from silence as well i wanted to. I i grew up in a household that had very clear morals and ethics and right and wrong. Good guys bad guys off. And so i had a very clear delineation between good and evil. And you're not like the greater good or any of that crap. I'm talking like relief and see my dad come home. After fighting methods meth heroin drug dealers. The people really ruined other people's lives and the toll that it took on him but him still going up to eating duke. Same thing in the.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Was that chapell. Did you hear circle on sire. Live novell's a bill burr. right recently. Chapelle us about mass. He's like i don't know why these people problemas. He's like they got. No problem. put on masks when they were. kkk hoodie. Did you see that stuff. I don't. I don't remember seeing that. Now man he went all in. He was crushed and everybody though it was good i liked. They'll chapelle on saturday life. Yeah yep saying the n. We're all kinds of stuff. Is this recent. Yeah there was a saturday own. I didn't see it sucks. It was the bill burr one. That was like three out going all in else. Great cool man. I think it's good people. Pacman people need to voice their opinion. Then people need to not get crazy upset about it. Just just an opinion. And that's okay. And then you would imagine. Dave chapelle has some different opinions and Bill burr right. I mean they have different. Let's get experiences so one guy going to say one thing from one side one guy was going to say one thing from another side but actually if you look at the two of them actually a lot of what they were saying was very similar. I can't wait to hear both of them. Were just talking about people with you. Know what i would consider to some irrational thought processes but it was good they were. They were both really funny and they were both like you know You know politically charged to you. Know there was some there. Were some like Rather than just humor there was some deep meaning behind a lot of it. Now man sofa meters a trash bucket right now. Every time i go on like facebook or something. I see just people arguing about bullshit and people getting mad at people for having certain viewpoints. They used to be friends or even though they are friend on social media. Just like. it's so ridiculous. Everyone's trying to shut everybody up. Yeah and really like a cloud. Things are pretty insignificant to they. Really just i guess. They seem like they make their amplified right. They matter so much to us But i used. There's a lot of things that people just never really thought about four. There's not even like in the entire world. There's not even like a shared sense of purpose on like why we're here and what we're supposed to do like there. There's a little bit like an and you get some of that through religion. And i think that might explain why people are so. Religious is because there's a lot of rules and religion than tell you be kind to one another and things like that but there's really not a lot. There's not like a goal to like move everybody forward or two. There's really not like. I said a shared sense of purpose that i can think of that unifies. I'm excited to talk to tim kennedy today because he talks a lot about war and war is like nobody wants war. But you know. I.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Fun, times man, what do you think happens in November? Do you think first of all? Do you think that? This whole voting by mail thing which is being hotly contested. It's so odd I get very nervous when one side's really into it once it's really not into it I don't like that that makes me real nervous because I don't know what the fuck is going on man everything that like if you Paul my wallet out I have. A license. From F. Federal FAA like I had to send them a whole bunch of stuff for media to get into a helicopter. Right? I have my driver's license. I have my concealed carry permit of my security consulting license. I have by DOD. That's five different ideas that are like I can't go do anything in any one of those fields without it a little picture of my face and and I really like that because like I can't access a computer without that card I can't go in and signed my my my review NCO, your without my card, and it's like proof of who I am and what I'm doing and the thought that they're gonNA mail out. Tens of thousands if not millions of ballots to dead people to. They don't even know who. To addresses did you see what? What's her name Kelly Mckenna? How do you say your name? The woman is the White House press secretary she seeing find this she said that one hundred and seventeen percent of the people that are registered to vote in California. There's Just find the quote because it's it's kind of crazy but she was talking about here's the pro. She was arguing against voter voting online or excuse me voting by mail. She's like this is what like what is happening here with his seventeen percent more people than are registered to vote that have the opportunity to vote in. California there in two, thousand, sixteen, I butchered that. I've had other stuff ready to go for this. I've been paying attention to this. Okay. There's like no proof of voter fraud by mail that I've looked up and found that anybody else been looking up and finally just saying that it's going to be a problem without providing evidence. Nobody's done it though yeah. No, one's done at this scale. I mean no one had on like they're gonNA do it. What they're saying is they're trying to do all the voting by mail or a giant percentage of it by mail that's never happened before same with the post office problem they're like. No. We're not going to negatively affect election. We're going to try to do everything that we can buy like the post office I don't know if we can do this right now. Yeah. When someone saying there's no evidence for voter fraud in the past right. But what percentage of people voted by mail in the past it's been reasonably small find out that make Gandini quote because it is a kind of crazy thing. Hundred. Seventeen. Percent California registered she. She was explaining how there's there's multiple issues with this these people that are sending these mail in ballots like how many of these people? How many of those are legit how you find out how much how much research has to be done? Much investigation has to be done to make sure that these are legit ballots. You see some of the districts in Illinois during the Twenty Six, th twenty, sixteen election. There was like one hundred, four percent came in for Obama. Yeah like that's not right some. Possible it doesn't. Make. Sense. It's like I'm one hundred percent committed. Okay. Good. I'm a one hundred, ten percent committed that simple can't be to stop there. You can't be one hundred and temple no, you want bigger number, but it's an American thing to want but. What trying to look this up for her all finding our report saying that she's voted by a out of times. Yeah. But that's not where we're asking I know what I'm looking for the article. So hard to find. Find the specific nine started to type in like a twitter right? One, hundred, seventeen percent. Vote by mail. When you type in on twitter for example, like if you put trump in a Hashtag, the things that popularly underneath thought Oh my God, this is a c yeah. For wide. Trump's evil trump the white supremacist. But those are the ones that automatically populate now are they. Project Veritas did a funny thing. They were showing where they knew things were trending throughout the world and here in the United States at the. Hundreds of thousands of re tweets through this Hashtag. But none of it were going to automatically populate in a search under that same thing it there's a real problem with that for sure. The bias on social media is unstoppable. It's not just social media information searches when you're trying like my of my point I, love my daughter Julia. and. She was preparing I. Think she was sixteen and fifteen. She was preparing for like a debate and she was getting information and she's just like Google, the stuff and. So. You know in college I wasn't. We weren't allowed to do that and citing our sources like they had to be very specific and how that process works and when do real research schick will google's just giving me the information like, no, no Google's just giving you information that Google wants you to have sick but I'm just google like she could not compute that the information that she was being given from a search that it wasn't just a search. And how do you? How do you explain to somebody that the information that they're reading isn't all of the real information it's only a portion acetate. It takes a long time before you really digest that youtube another weird one where like. Kind of. Hot Topic issues from an opposing idea. Those get buried. About all these doctors that were against this idea of the pandemic in the lockdown they're saying we need we need heard immunity. Real doctors and I don't agree with them. I'm not saying that they're right but I'm saying that like they were all banned. Like some doctors are saying we use hydro hydroxy, chloroquine, and Z packs and I've had amazing success treating patients, band video band, and too dangerous information but my own doctor, my own doctor said hydroxy chloroquine is fantastic. If you catch early yeah, he goes I it really stops the propagation of the disease if you catch it early but the the loud doc staff but. It becomes it becomes political Brennan Shaw. When he got Kovic doctor said to him. He said I don't know what your political leanings are but I really believe in Hydroxy Clark and he's like what the fuck are. You saying my political lean how does it have anything to do with my health community? Shit that works I don't want to get sick he's like, got Cova. And so he got on the Hydrog Cork when he was good in three days. You. Have the red pill and the the blue pill and they're both crazy pills. Can I just have what's in the middle? He don't get it that that rational reasonable. Yeah. Give me a per bill. Yeah. It's a weird fucking time for everything. You don't have to find that. Jamie. Give Up. I found that actually an article from two years ago explaining what how that number was out. There is this video he's talking about it. I found the transcripts but I'm trying to say that like. How they found out that there's one hundred twelve percent of the people that are registered to vote. There's an explanation for it. Okay. Move and they don't fixed. Right okay address. Oh, her description of it is she's making it seem like it's fraud it's not since. It doesn't make sense. Does it? No that doesn't make sense moves on so not? So she's playing a little game. Yeah that's what she does. Yeah..

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:08 min | 7 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"In his chances of reelecting now are fucking slim to none. Thank God they hate him now all my God he was the Darling of California beautiful man slick back hair looking great speaks well Mike. fucking hate him there. Now my brother sister my sister lives in Paso and her husband who, I call my brother because we've been best friends for kids since kids. he works for Nuclear Power, plant Chad and So he's he's pretty like military. Go get a hard worker. You know my sister's a home schooler she's homeschool all their kids they're brilliant play multiple instruments. Like grades ahead of everybody else and while the whole entire world is like, what are we going to do about education? My sister's like individual responsibility you have been doing yourself not everybody has that opportunity I understand my my my parents would be landowners, my brother being a police officer like we have been in California for you know that's where I grew up and we have been fighting for final reasonable. Politics in that in that, and we feel like we're in a foreign land. You ask how it came to Texas is like. As a coward, I just couldn't I said I wanted to be in a fight that I that I chance of winning. Like maybe now for the first time, California has a has hope a chance of like changing the course of where the. Trajectory damage has been done though he can do you can do it I love Dan Crenshaw's, and if he he said that every law that's written, we have to `unright another law. You know It's a hard thing to do to take legislation that's already been approved and passed, and then remove it. That's a harder thing than getting a new law. So, now we have like this crazy amount of laws both local state federal, and they just keep stacking on top of each other. And none of them are good most of the Martin. I'd love Dan Crenshaw, there's that's another guy's run for president. Just think California I mean there was an article that was written about me being a coward from leaving my. Totally, you should stay invite like fuck you fuck. You Fuck you for a bunch of reasons we start with you not letting people go back to work I think that's unconstitutional and insane and I think that's so shortsighted and people are furious, and then when you see Nancy Pelosi to a fucking hair salon without a mask like, oh, I see how you people really are also never listen to anyone that is telling you to lose a gun when they're protected by private security one hundred percent and you saw that with the Mayor Chicago, she's all four protests until they came to her block. Kit The protests off my block I have a right to protect myself what the fuck are you talking about? That's what everybody's you create. Yes, you hypocrites. It's just in this is what happens when people get into power. This is my problem protected entitled position exact surrounded by people with guns. And they're telling other people us, you can't go to salons you can't. You can't get your hair done. You can't go and have a gun. But I'm going to sit here in my hightower because I know what's best for you I I don't know what? I've thought to. Vote him amount but even then I think there's a problem with one person running things I mean I really think there's a problem with a mayor or governor I think there should be a committee I think there should be a group of people there. There is right you have your city council. So here in Austin, we have a dumb mayor and that mayor has a bunch of city council people that also dumb that are dumb and dumb things defend the police but. One hundred, million, one, hundred, and fifty, hundred and fifty. Yeah. The governor stepped in and said, okay well, if you do that, you don't get any property taxes. So genius these brilliant. Brilliant move by the governor of safety becomes. So such a concern here he will Rhode. Island, state police. To Yeah difference. Thank texting. Yes you're. GonNa learn a little bit about them. They're amazing department of Public Safety for Texas it's our state police, force their their incredible. They have this Super Military Academy I. Think People when they hear military like as talking about the virtual reality training that we're GONNA get to law enforcement the Wisest Special Forces Guy Training law enforcement like they don't need us police officer doesn't need to be special forces. Now you don't need a tank or at four or. A fifty cal unless you're fighting the cartels. But what you do need is the process of the refiners fire and being able to train imperfections out of people like could you imagine if a city council member had to ride along with the police for a month? As a great idea to go on the calls with them. Domestic disputes pullovers for you is not sit in the car they gotta get out and walk up to that car going to put their hand on the back of the car, put their fingerprint on there because if they die, they want a little bit of evidence police officer do that every time they walk up to a car if you watch them, they go and they'll put their thumb or their hand on the back of the car. So their print is on the car. So if they get killed there. Later. You can find out who did. The crate. How Sadness? But as police officers walking up there. Hello Sir, you know you're going eighty-five in sixty five I smell alcohol have to ask you to get out of the car. We're going to do sobriety check here on the of the road, which is dangerous. And over here is a city council member that was just recently elected and they're gonNA be observing this account. Cool. Is that we good idea would eliminate a lot of people from that fucking job, Yep? Yeah. It also not did understand. Like you said, how do we get this information out like if you could do anything to like Tulsi Gabbard I are gonNA debate about. Foreign Policy I I have to explain and let them understand what I've seen and that's a hard thing to do unless somebody sees it. And then it changes you know their view..

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Me one a couple but when someone gets accused of something like that, that's a pretty heinous thing like you retractions not going to reach the same amount of people now I would be enraged if somebody was like, Hey, you're a white supremacist because you did this thing and Not always premised and That thing is an asshole. Like how we're GONNA take this out here is that that's not forgivable. They should be sued and it's like you're doing some some irreparable damage to someone. Just so weird today everyone just like I can't imagine a time where people are more outraged about more things. Yeah. I I really think it's just. You see more people I've really just think it's a small percentage of people that are always outraged on both sides all the and they have an opportunity to talk about it more now. Yeah. Because we're all connected and they can piss other people off I just want to go both sides. Give people big Joe Harry. Ogre. troll. Hugs be like it's all going to be okay. We love you. It's fine. Yeah. Please stop tweeting. Like trump just give me your phone. You're not allowed to tweet anymore at least he's funny sometimes sometimes sometimes he's fucking funny. He makes me laugh like one Outta ten times I will laugh out loud tweets. First of all sometimes, I laugh out loud because I can't believes the fucking. President. Can't believe doc is the president and then he'll say some ridiculous shit. And they'll just go. Oh, my God. When he called the girl that he fuck that that porn star when call her horseface. Twitter I'll say this is amazing. So. Crazy. I'm amazed at that man's the president right now president acting president a woman he fucked horseface. Oh. My God. It's just as the weirdest twenty twenty. What a what a time It's amazing. But I mean, you know there's some I wish I could be doing stand up right now. If I could do stand it'd be more fun because it'd be stuff I mean so much here. But yeah but actual material you could work out about today Holy Shit. There's never been a bigger Goldman that we hit. Pans out of the river, they don't think you're allowed to talk about it though Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Are I mean you think that Comedians should be allowed as I do I think comedy is the best way to address socially sensitive issues like if you can't. One of the things that the military is there's a lot of dark humor and people kind of look at us as these scarred damaged people because of that humor. But the truth is we're able to talk about those things through this humor and whether it's like a release for post traumatic stress or just how we're able to get to the next day however able to go and do some of the things that we do. It's because we're allowed to joke and laugh and burn that stuff off these sensitive times and I think that's what comedy does to these socially charged issues. And JP sears longhaired kind of Hippie Youtuber. He he has been recently kind of attacking how Comedians can't make jokes right now and how everything has been charged. There's not. A way like you can't make racist sexist Jokes or political jokes whatsoever. Without being canceled and that's the best time to do it. Yeah. Ours. Fear had the best quote about that. He said. This is a great time for comedy because comedy is actually dangerous again. It's cool. It's actually dangerous whereas like five years ago you would say something people didn't like it they didn't come see you now there will attack and you have consequences but I think you just have to structure your bits better. You have to you have to treat them like WHO has a great quote talking to me about he said I go over my bits like I'm a defense attorney like I I like I'm going over my bits like I'm being prosecuted for with. Someone's using the bit against me, and so I have to figure it out like a defense attorney. That's a great way of looking at it. Yeah. But what a horrible approach in the process to? It? Isn't it isn't because he writes joke first and then he figures out how to make bulletproof. I have my method is usually I shit on myself. So hard to by the time they get to shitting on someone else. Like I've already figured out like most of my bits that are controversial, they start out with me belittling my son like in the most vicious way, I can't like. Explaining when a fucking idiot I am and then all the dumb shit that have done that's related to this thing and like when I wanted to make a joke about Caitlin Jenner what I talked about was the first thing I talked about is how living with all women I have three daughters and my wife like I. Described it was like if my manhood was amount of marbles every day they take to. Like. Yes. So many marbles God is every day's snatch a marvel natural marble and my whole bit was getting too. I was one I wanted to get to people are saying he was born a woman. He's always been a moment I was like maybe or Maybe if live with crazy bitches long enough all they fucking. One. Maybe you go. Crazy maybe that too especially those ones especially those ones. So I had to figure out a way to do, and so I came up with this thing whether demons. Whisper in his ear in the middle of the night and they talk them into being a woman, but it took forever to figure out a way but it worked it worked and people even get mad at me for it. I just had to figure out a way to do it where first of all I belittle myself and then I explain it in a way where it's not it's not dehumanizing trans people it's just saying are we sure? Are. We sure we lost a fucking Olympic gold medalist God. Damn it. We'd lost one of our greatest athletes ever. The record book. What does it say now under Bruce Jenner? What does the say? Even say that anymore, I, don't think you can wikipedia is going to put up whatever they want with.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Beat you tip the fact that enemy being at that does that did that. Change at all any type of decision that you've made about what capacity you're going to continue to serve in the military now When when when when you're with coming from the user didn't change what I was GonNa do it. Kinda change is going to do you know. I believe that it's important for kids to see. Failure suffering. Sacrificed You know. I think people view my life through instagram. Which is so inaccurate or what? My life is like You know because you see lots of success. You see lots of accomplishment you know you see me winning fights and you see me get my hand. Hand raised after super grappling matches Actor shooting competitions. Kissy is new training and me failing and the dry fire and me. Today I had to horrific workouts and one of my partners is in hospital right now with Roma trading partners with ice packs up and down his leg because he thought he is a complete Compartment Syndrome or like his muscle grew too fast. An eight so It's a applies to work too. I think where you know. I want my kids to see me. Be Part of something that has more importance or bigger than me where. I don't always get to choose. They see dad. Ceo They see like the entrepreneur. That's like running companies telling employees where to go You know an author and they also see me. Say Yes sir. I'll get that done Yes Sir I will go do that deployment even though I don't want to. I want to go to the super crappy place for this long period of time. That's going to mean I'm GONNA miss out on supporters in my kid's life. It's important that they see that you know especially now have had the girls have any the kids they ever seen you fight live or which is something you would have let them come to her they do you see it on video and stuff like that. I never let them watch any of those sites Live couldn't even I wanted to. I didn't want my parents to be my fights girls now they can watch whatever they want. So they've busy. Most of my fights to include the ones that I lost solving fight for world titles in lose world titles Yanni they saw dudes that I beat. Come back and become world champion. So it's It's all important. I think. Yeah I I could see you having one of them on in the background like when they come home for you know they're about to go out for the prom or something like that. Well Tim. Obviously you've had you got a million things going on here. What kind of plans are goals? Do you have for yourself a future so I got promoted within special forces so I have some cool things I get to do as a team? Sergeant Still Has Mastered in Special Forces. You have twelve special forces soldiers that you're kind of like the data for you're the you're the Teen Dad. I mean that's really not what they call you that that that's your role like these men are like my my sons or my younger brothers that. I have to make sure they have everything. They need to be able to accomplish their mission. That's both mentoring like professional development and administrative support and then training so when we're getting ready to go overseas I know what the mission is. I have to make sure that we're in an environment that is conducive for them to be able to to flourish and be successful. Sounds pretty much like a father you know so that's a new a new challenge On the entrepreneurial side Shoot Response Ranger up Live relentless SDR consulting TKO marketing. So I have a bunch of things that I am always grinding at in working long really long hours juggling like I take my son to school every single day and trying to manipulate which colleges my daughters go to so they can be super close but you know supporting whatever they choose kind of. Yeah alias all very inspiring stuffed him in the last thing I wanna hit. You would hear I love to ask all the data. Get on podcast. What type of advice do you have? The new father orphaned that about to be dad. Who's out there listening like this but like pain and suffering imports? Actually just got lectured by my wife. This weekend's at one of my kids games because my kids the youngest. He's the smallest of course wanting to play the most and I want him to get all the extra treatment and all the extra coaching all the extra year. And she's like an. She said he has to do his time as a doesn't know he's he's going to be the best athlete out there. I'm sure we'll know he needs to fail in needs to learn needs to struggle and he needs to be the grunt and it has like that that. I'm a helicopter parent but as like a loving parent that wants to see all of my kids exceed. Forget that struggle is the most important component of success. And you can't make it easy for them you know you don't you. Don't WanNa Fudge the records for USC. And how they're going to be getting in there because like look. What happens you know? You don't want to have a padded room for them to grow up because their bodies are going to be weak in I I may have to do something real. It's GONNA break emotionally. You don't want to shelter them from every single type of bowling like I was literally pissed on like a dude poured out his penis. Impede on me in part of of hazing. The first time as at war. That was one of like a zillion examples of of how we were hazed at the Guinean war when war started. I was like this is pretty easy and looking back. I change anything. That sounds crazy like nobody would wish that on their worst enemy but like you cannot protect your kids from other everything you know with with boys keep the blood in and keep them clean with girls listened to him. Let him talk. And it's GonNa be a lot of talk you know. Let that emotional capacity grow in how you receive it and how they give it. So there's there's my long advice yeah very well said. There's been an honor for me. I gotTA say Tim Kennedy. You're a first of all the way. Thank you so much to give me a few minutes time. I his father who back to wrap things up here up first. Fatherhood I gotta give a special. Thank you once again to Tim. Kennedy for giving me a few minutes of time here. There was such an honor. Pleased up on twitter guys on instagram about today's episode. I've always loved to read your feedback block. It ain't Friday. We are going to go from the Green Berets to the navy seals with a fresh frogman Friday edition of First Fatherhood here. Former navy seal. Brian Doherty will be joining me. Here is an entrepreneur and the founder of the declan. James Watch company. That's going to be exciting mature your lock in for that and follow me on Instagram Alec. On the school as to find out all of the upcoming guests announcements. That's all I got for you guys today. I'm Alec Elise. Thank you for listening to first base. Fatherhood please remember guys. We are not babysitters we have fathers. And we're not just fathers. We have. I last bothers Silence time I open is no..

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"You know when they ask you what type of advice for the parents out there. Whose kid is getting ready to enlist or join the military right after high school this year. What kind of ice do you happen to them? that that's a tough thing for a lot of parents you know. They they That kid is choosing a new family. That doesn't mean that your family is less but you have to understand appreciate and recognize that there are going to be for me. For example I have brothers from the regiment that I am connected in closer with a lot of ways from brother who had love at my whole entire heart. My sister was like my best friend in the world. My Mom and dad where the most incredible parents on the planet but like they haven't watched me poop in a brown bag while I'm hiding inside of the whole looking at taking twelve hour shifts shifts looking through a scope like those are different things. They have smelled me when I haven't showered for forty five days. That's a different thing. They haven't sat there with the person next to me staring at a tree for ten hours and being able to talk about everything in anything so as a parent you have to recognize that and you have to be sensitive to that sensitive in the in effect in the fact that you have to respect and understand and support that facilitate. That like maybe Thanksgiving you're going to have to have a couple of extra places at your table for your son or daughters friends. That are coming back with them. During Orrin are over the holidays in you have to make that APP. That's not a choice. You have to do that. Otherwise kid is going to be eliminated and you have to continue to sort support them in different ways by my my dad would grind up vitamin C tablets and put them inside of envelopes. And Mail them to me inside of like little ziplock bag in ranger school so I can open up ziplock bag and I would have more vitamin C. Get for a week in nutrition. So He's like a drug dealer trying to slip me. You know the drug of choice which was to boost my immunity system while because I didn't want to get sick in basic training or infantry school or jump school arranger schoolers cite every single place. He very genius. Try to figure out. What is the thing that this dude needs? And how can I help him get it? You know that maybe that's bending the rules a little bit about taking a brownlow during Bottle sneaking a little bit a Jack. Daniel's I'm telling you what you're GONNA do but as you're to have to be pretty creative in how you're going to support your kid because he's going to have different needs different ones yes sir. I'm on the phone. You say. Hey you can say you're gonNA say how are you this is my name is Rollo. This is relevant. What's doing you get all your homework tonight. What did you try lightsaber later? The tax thinks now. We a little lightsaber fight. That's why two minutes late to this call. I'll be done in just a few minutes Across I'd.

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

12:59 min | 1 year ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"I glanced fatherhood. Then you hello. Let's start right here. How many kids do you have in? How old are they? I have four kids. I have an eighteen year old a seventeen year old a four and three quarter year old and a five month old. Wow yeah that's I got four kids my cell phone. What type of sports activities all into The myriad of everything from swimming to Lacrosse to learning how to sit up and dancing water polo. They're all over the place. Do you ever get involved with coaching at all as you enjoy. All that stuff from the sideline I try. I have to lead and coach in so many different areas of my life and I think I cast a big show. I tried to like you know not inject myself into things but sometimes both for the kids and for other coaches. It's just better on this also in there and helping. Yeah makes sense if you could just take a minute here to hit my listeners. A little bit about your background and what you do. Okay well It's it's a lot of crap so I'm currently a special forces soldier And I have been in special forces for fifteen years in a variety of jobs emissions from sniper to hostage rescue counter terrorism And I fought the UFC professional fighter for seventeen years I host TV shows on history channel discovery channel on Spike TV. And I have a bunch of companies so I get some pretty entrepreneurial in the sense that I am running for companies on the Board of Seven. So it's a lot of work in. I'm a father of four and happily married. Yeah it's incredible what you doing. Thank you for your service. Tim About how old were you? Then when you first became a dad and had of becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life I was in college so I was young and unplanned in you know. It was a in in the military. We ballin told to do something right. That means like you're not really volunteering. But you have to do it and you have to do it with a certain Esprit de Corps with an excitement and pride in doing it. That's how it was for me initially to be a father. I didn't want to be a father for a long time and I didn't know if I ever wanted to be a father but then when you find out that you know you're going to be a father you you have to grow up and it was a really sharp learning curve on what growing up meant for me. I was a disaster of college students. In the sense of like a professional fighter already already ranked top ten in the world And athletes in a gifted student in the sense that like things really easy which which was the worst combination for a person like me to take every everything for granted and make every single decision that you could possibly imagine someone making That's what I was like through college and When my first daughter came into the world it was the first time that I ever started making decisions about something or someone above myself That was the first time in even crossed my mind to do something. That wasn't completely selfish. Not that I was a good person yet because I wasn't not that I started making great decisions because I did it but I definitely that was the turning point of me beginning to take life by the balls and kick everything in the Dick to make the right decisions. Yeah very cool. Tim and I know obviously Being professional fighter being in the special forces requires a Lotta disciplined for for all of that. But what type disciplinarian are you when it comes to being a dad and is it different than the discipline doll? You grew up with. Yeah I was I was shaped by very loving but firm firm hand. My Dad got got spanked a lot. more from my mom than for my dad You know from. I think in today's standards. What is absolutely abuse you know from like leather belts to sticks to Wooden spoon would change a single thing. About what my parents did. They were amazing. It was always out of love and compassion in patients But like in the twenty first century like I think people would look at him some a kid with us a wooden spoon or a belt and be like that's a use At that time it absolutely was not and nor do I think you in that than it is today I I could count one hand the number of times that my my kids have gotten like a swat book. You know. It's always been a very dire thing of them hurting something else or potentially hurting themselves. You know like disobedience or you know like not picking up the toys like that's not here again to get a spanking from me for that you know but like I say hey. Don't walk out onto the street when we are walking into the grocery store a car is GonNa hit you and the kid runs out into the street like man. You'RE GONNA get scuffed up because you're GONNA die otherwise in with every kid has always been super different. You know with With one of my daughters if I told them that I was disappointed in her. It is like buckets of tears. You know spanking no anything. It's just like I mean her heart is broken and it takes a long time to hurt for her to recover from Matt's my four year old boy on the other hand. It's like let me take this log throw at your head in bounces off. And you're like you know I'm GonNa do this again. Because I'm so stubborn so disobedience So like there's a huge variety of how to to deal with punishments in in making sure that the kids get to do the right thing. Yeah I see the same thing but my four kids as well to him and I. I love the Post that you put up there about the The Super Bowl halftime show. Because I know I mean we're living in a world where they cancelled the swimsuit competition for the Miss America pageant because it objectified women then. We have a halftime show. That seems to be a now. My daughter's only five years old. She but she does emulate what she does see. What kind of feedback did you get from? Having that post up their super negative. The vast majority of the people that that sought were like bloomer. You are so out of touch and I was like bitch please. I spent half of my waking hours as an adult life chasing down women that are being trafficked and teaching women that have been trafficked how to stand up and fight for themselves. You know self defense courses Going all around the world in a military capacity teach people how to fight them for themselves so like if somebody's GonNa be in a position not that I'm completely unique but I might have a pretty special lens that I view women from because I have seen them truly objectified in the most horrific ways imaginable and as a father of like an infant definable. Right now all the way up to a senior in high school about to go into college. Seen the variety of of how women are treated What is modesty? What's appropriate the Super Bowl? Specifically from post people secure is absolutely gorgeous. And does she have every right to do that is it? Is it beautiful for sure you know Was at Mariah Carey. That was with her right. No Jennifer Lopez also stunning right totally beautiful and can they completely do anything. They want with their white bodies foreshore. Should they be doing that on? Prime Time Television on Super Bowl Sunday where you know every single household is watching a girl like grab her crotch probably not take our time and a place for things. You can't have your cake and eat it too in the sense that like you. Don't get to pick and choose when you can objectify your body like we have to at least have a moral baseline and realize what's right and left it. Those limits which appropriate inappropriate and prime time Sunday afternoon in the middle of my living room watching the a a girl rapper crotch and shake shake her but is not what I want my teenage daughters or my five-month-old who absolutely understands Tapani to see. Yeah I agree with him and I think it's one thing be sexy. Appreciate your body somebody that with the stripper pole. That was a little bit a little bit over the top for me and say staying on that sort of like I said my daughter. She's my only girl. I have three boys and my youngest is my girl and I'm already dreading that you said. Your oldest is a senior in high school there. Has Your daughter started to hit that dating scene? And how have you as a special forces operator out of you kind of handle at your? Yeah I mean I think You know if you're like having projects your Alpha you're like superiority or your dictator type. Patriot parenting onto your teenage kid about who she is going to be selecting like your way too late and And if anything she's GonNa pick an even worse person to be with and she's going to have a lot of resentment about how you're doing it so my five-month-old right now like I'm already shaping what that's GonNa look like for who she's GonNa be with later on in life right. She already season. Here's everything she sees. How a treatment wife? She sees. How talked other women? She sees how I interact with other women so you know like not. They're smart kids are GONNA learn and they're going any late what's The most significant masculine figure in the RIF. Either father. They're going to pick and choose getting off how you treat them and how they think they should be treated so like you treat you. Treat your daughter disrespect and you're mean you're rough with her. Guess what she's GonNa find that in somebody else. You're kind you're passionate. You're loving your tender. Your like you'll find that you know so you get to pick and choose from birth what that what that beautiful little girl is. GonNa pick later on life. Yeah well Tim and and you mentioned earlier there to see how you Help to track down these women who have been trafficked and stuff like that and I know a lot of it comes from all these devices that we now have access to a lot of. It's coming from social media and just different the dark web. Whatever may be my oldest is thirteen so he's got the phone now and we're trying to do our best here but a challenge for us it technology. How do you kinda manager monitor all the technology to phones and stuff like that your kids? Well I mean if you're paying the cell phone bill like everything that happens on that's your right to see You know in it. You know what the senior high going into college like. She thinks she's she's over eighteen. That there's going to be a change in like the monitoring of her cell phone like no man if I'm paying the bills that's my phone you know like and so is everything that's on I'm going to respect her privacy in the sense set like she's having a conversation with one of her girlfriends like. I'm not going to get in there. You know but if there's images that's being sent to a boy like hey that that that is my business And not that. I don't trust her. But an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and with technology and how accessible the world is to our kids. I grew up in in town in an area where I could hop on a bicycle and I could wide miles to my friend's house right at at eight years old. The thoughts of doing that now is insane right. Everybody's like no. There's no way I let my kid hop on a bicycle and ride through town to the opposite end of town to hang out with a friend eight But yet we put a device in their hand that it's not to the other side of town it's to the rest of the world has access visibility of your kit so looking at at a lens of like who has access to influence your children that device from snapchat tick talk to Instagram facebook. Twitter ever seen one of those is limitless exposure to who can have access to your children. And that's something that traditionally has been controlled by the parents so now we have to evolve in what that control looks like. And if it's not coming from a good place like if you're trying to do it at a love I think you're set yourself up for a parade route fight and the numbers are staggering to Tim and had Craig Sawyer. On the show that does the vets for child rescue..

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"I'm so with. Kennedy. Listen to me. This is for you. Yes, Tim Kennedy. Your hero more ways. The one on which you with that man back in the day when we will come up, I would watch fighters some guys that come to mind. I'm sure you heard that ainsi four because you're old school like me Fabio gazelle Maruto boost Amande who fought Tom Erickson for forty, five minutes, but they did you jitsu Brazilian Jiu, jitsu tournaments it or gay or Nogi it. It transcends. It goes from ju jitsu to FEMA to sub grappling and it's not that much different. Does that make sense compared to the grappling day. Purest form. Like you said, thins. All other martial arts, it can. It can destroy the best striker and it can dominate the best wrestler in the form of tissue. This sports thing is so narrow and it's so limited you if you go back to hill Gracie, you know, listen to what he would say that if somebody can touch your face while you're grappling, you're doing it wrong. 'cause he always had that idea of tripe pusher. I out. Caproni or MARCY, you gonna put her arm bar figure never use that arm. Again. I love it to let me tell you him. I mean, you're a superstar, would all you do it right? Can't believe everything you do is like superhuman personally, I want a couple of ju jitsu school since I got on fighting like eight years ago, I haven't sport a day. I'll just glove drill some pads, but I do jitsu four or five days a week. I fucking love it. I live it and I like that you got the same views on that because I don't. I don't tell my guys not to toward events. I, it's good. It's good to compete. I don't care if it's chess or jitsu, whatever it is, but don't get it twisted when it comes to a fight when you're doing certain shit. You know what I mean? I'm with you with that. Tim. Let's plug the show Christopher time. It's called. Hard to kill Tuesday, July thirty first ten o'clock on discovery, which is a great place for it. This sounds really great him, and you know you're such a fierce fighter and obviously you're your military service. How many do did you do. On the twenty trips overseas total from the military. And actually the same day that my show airs I'm going to be leaving again for military stuff. So I'll be dropping off the radar for a couple of months while you are still active men that that's absolutely incredible. Let me tell you something to him in this room in this studio. I feel so fucking out for him. I talked to you. I'm like, I got a, I don't know what I gotta do fucking learn how to shoot a crossbow to something you do you focus superhero, Tim, Kelly, captain America? Yeah, it's amazing. Be looked. It's always good. It's good talking to you. Be careful overseas and good luck with your show. It sounds amazing. Yeah, Tim, I really appreciate. Yeah, I keep ticking asking God. Bless America. Thanks, Tim. Take care buddy. Accu, Tim. He has just a little bit what a nice guy, though, mail, man, savage dude, he beat Hajra grace. He was a phenomenal jujitsu player, phenomenal. One of the best on the planet that good. I mean pretty much out grappled them in that fight. You know what I mean? Tim is Tim's a unique individual and you don't get manly, the NAT, no, you really, I know you look at eagle, you. I don't know. I do. You drop us both in the in the in the forest m. sixteens I might be fucked. I don't know. That means and what I say a crossbow. Could it was awful. Rolled his eyes. I watched to game of thrones, hey, Jimmy, I want to go over the pit. I wanna see how we did. Listen. Do you know how you did. Okay. Why. I just feel like you, I want my phone while you're doing that. I wanna make sure that everything's okay. But let's go the first fight. Not harassed against. Now's hawk. Now, of course, decays lost by unanimous decision. Amen. Six, that's a big. That's a big a good fight, but I was really, I was really impressed with NAS rod. Yeah. I was gonna say, fill that was more him than it was Casey and Casey, man, Chris, he had such promise..

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Hi, everybody. Welcome to you. C. unfiltered. Matt. And I are joined by Tim Kennedy who's a real man, real man, Jimmy real man. Shaath route to read a nobody is sitting chase in that. The hotel. This is UFC on filtered and now your hosts, Jim Norton and mad, Sarah. I'm having a bit of high Jimmy audio shacking here. Now I, you know, I don't know what you call with that. I could not hear it. You know. Jimmy, we're back. Let me ask you how how was your weekend was good. My birthday was last week, so I want him going out for happy birthday. Happy birthday, do we're only forty-nine once in our life. That's true. We are. You telling me I was the second of the memory of a goldfish. You're not in the forties. Not. You all. To here get fuck shit home. I'm only kidding Jimmy. Not that old fifth grade long as you buy a decade, fifty Israeli, the new anyway. So I went to dinner times over the weekend. I did some spots. My friends took me out. Yeah, it was. It was nice. I kinda fucked up fucked up. But I wish Abby birthday in a group text with Krista producer, but I was gonna do it. I to you like privately. But then Christie today they bought away. So I had to say it then then it just took away from me. So Chris do produce once again meant to do something like nice. Yes, and he's totally fucked up. My I was into a special special. I'm not jumping out of a fucking gate view, but I was gonna call you attacks. Go, Jimmy man, you know, happy birthday do over the last couple of years became one of my closest friends. Yes. Thank you. Buddy closes. A close friend. I don't wanna push it a close. I don't wanna be that guy not. You're not, you're being, you know, but me I had a good weekend is you? Do you know what I went out for my, my cousin, Felicia, turned twenty five, and we went to some me, my wife, my sister-in-law my brother-in-law, my, you know, we all went out to this place a Deutsche shit. I don't. That's probably in Franklin square that I say that, right. I don't know. But it was cool because I didn't like the old guy in a club because it was people a lot younger than me if people older than me and it was like outside inside type d. Right? That it was a nice. It was nice. I don't like. And then me and my wife after we hung out to what Avak like what have a close to midnight tonight. So then we left and then everybody else would that little party. They went to Long Beach to Minnesota's and you know what I did pull the hord pulled that fucking Ripcord. I'm not going to lower them. I don't blame you. Let's go to where having fun here. We have some beers. And it's a nice place. Outsides. Nice night little rainy, but we're on the need some shit. It's nice, but let's all pick up drive a half an hour to Long Beach to be like some fucking frat boys and shitless idiots in his fucking bar. Fuck that. I'm not. I'm not twenty five. We already saw video on a drunk person. I don't want another one of those going. Well, you handled it. Well, I think you handled it like a gentleman. I think that's the key you handled it like a proper wouldn't mean pulling the recorder, just not beating the kid up when you asshole up. Well, yeah. Well, that's that's a given Jimmy, and and I like that is a beautiful thing for jitsu. It is good for everybody was talking about it and saying how restrain you are and how much to be around a lot of drunk. So I'm happy that this well, I just didn't see the point in going to another place to have what you're gonna. It's one thing. If you're young, you're single and you going out looking for other people to mingle with that. You might wanna hook up wit gets numbers, but if you already your couples, your wives you're in. Now you all want to go to another place. Some more beers have different scenery, what be more crowded? Why the fuck. All right. So anyway, my kids slept out so I went home with the I have had a party. That's nice..

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"tim kennedy" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"tim kennedy" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Welcome back to the forward podcast i'm your host lance armstrong my guests this week an absolute beast tim kennedy for those who want to see we actually did a workout just before we recorded the show for those of you who want to watch some of it not all of it i wouldn't allow that go to over to our youtube channel you can see some really cool clips of a actually their workout i jumped into look i'm trying to justify how lame i looked in the workup these boys hit it really hard it's much different than what i normally do but i was excited to try to get in there and test myself but you'll see some great footage over there on the youtube channel for the former podcasts before we get to ten though a couple of things i managed to survive spring break with nine kids down in baja california congratulations to myself but having said that it was a neat experience to be with to be with my son and four of his buddies who were seniors i think we all have gone through high school and gone on spring break that senior year we all know what that's like so it was neat to experience that with them they had a heck of a good time as did all the other kids and hey we made it back last thing before tim candy if you're in the austin it you you don't even need to be in the austin area because it's now world news it's you know the top story on a lot of these sites that i scour the internet and see is is the bombs that are going off in austin texas so here's this you know just this cool funky town that everybody loves to live in and then next thing you know somebody just starts leaving mysterious packages on people's doorsteps they're not shipping them i think a lot of people think that they're shipping them they're not they're actually driving up and placing them on on somebody's doorstep and they're detonating either when somebody picks them up or when they open them.

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