35 Burst results for "Tony"

Why Is the Republican Party Putting Up With This?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 11 hrs ago

Why Is the Republican Party Putting Up With This?

"The Democrat party does with the regime asks the Democrat party has become an instrument of the CIA, the FBI, the woke Department of Defense, the question I want to ask today is why is the Republican Party putting up with this? Why is the Republican Party authorizing more money to be sent to Ukraine and allowing the reckless escalation of a conflict halfway around the world? That very well could result in nuclear war. We had several politicians here on this program, senator Rick Scott senator Kramer, and every time I asked them about Ukraine and I have a lot of respect for both those men, I think they're men of integrity, but I'll be honest, when I ask them about these topics, the lack of depth on the issue is extraordinary. For example, senator Kramer came on this program. Again, nice man, we had a nice disagreement on this. And he said there is really no limit to the amount of money that we will send to Ukraine. This is complete and total madness. Why is the Republican Party trusting and Mark milley and Lloyd Austin and Tony blinken and Brennan, the same people that have messed up Afghanistan and messed up every single foreign policy blunder of the last couple of years of Jake Sullivan stumbling into the best case scenario another Afghanistan, the worst case scenario all out nuclear war.

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Antony Blinken Wants to Power the World for Only 11 Minutes

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 1 d ago

Antony Blinken Wants to Power the World for Only 11 Minutes

"So I played that cut of our Secretary of State Tony blinken who is a crazy person Saying that the bombing of the Nord stream pipeline presents a strategic opportunity And of course he goes right to the Green New Deal cow farting crowd Like wow look at this we could get off natural gas and move to a green energy future It doesn't exist Remember that article by beyond Lombard that we had chatted about on this show if you're one of our P one regular listeners you probably remember it Industry term for the real loyalists out there And I saw this there are a few statistics that really stick out to me One of them is the Jason Riley public school one About just 2000 of 20,000 public high schools produce half the dropouts That was stunning to me But the beyond Lombard piece about the Green New Deal cow farting crowd that we only have battery capacity on the entire globe right now to fuel less than ten minutes of our energy needs Far less I think it's actually like 11 seconds now and if everything goes as planned and even the multi $1 trillion cow farting agenda and the Green New Deal people get their way by 2030 we'll be able to power the world for I think it was something like 11 minutes That's bananas That's crazy That's suicide So these people saying that the bombing of the Nord stream pipeline the attack on a natural gas pipeline is a strategic opportunity It is for global and isolation in World War three Folks these people are crazy

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Tyrants Need a Crisis

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | Last week

Tyrants Need a Crisis

"They need a crisis. This is why COVID was something they jumped on. The Chinese coronavirus that came from China was either intentionally leaked or unintentionally leaked. We may never know, but it came from a laboratory, funded via the United States gain of function research thanks to Tony Fauci. Peter Daszak eco health alliance comes into the United States and our reaction to it because there was a crisis. What can we get when there's a crisis? We can get mail in balloting. When there's a crisis we can get $6 trillion in new spending when there's a crisis and PR can get another $75 million of federal funding when there's a crisis, you get 87,000 new IRS agents. You see when you are in the midst of a crisis, you're not thinking clearly. Things are moving quickly. You're not going through the proper process. You see, they needed to stretch out this idea of the pandemic to fire people from their jobs to give handouts to big pharmaceutical companies and went on and on and on. So they're always searching for the next crisis to give themselves power to redefine and change society. Lenin looked for a crisis, Stalin looked for a crisis. Mao looks for a crisis. Castro looked for a crisis. Looked for a crisis. Mugabe looked for a crisis. Every time a dictator gets into power and they either get unpopular or they need to get a massive social program passed or they want to be able to advance their control over a citizenry, they have to go about finding something that necessitates increased state power.

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Polls Show Republicans Ahead of Democrats on Immigration

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:46 sec | Last week

Polls Show Republicans Ahead of Democrats on Immigration

"Nationwide survey from NBC shows Republicans are holding a commanding advantage on the issues of border enforcement and immigration. And now a new poll brand new poll out, I think the Dallas morning news has Abbott up by 11 points over beto o'rourke and beto o'rourke and other Democrats are livid. Over this illegals being sent to Tony Martha's Vineyard or Rehoboth beach Delaware or Kamala Harris mansion, I'm telling you what, this is, this is absolute perfection. Absolute brilliance.

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Renowned jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis has died, age 87

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Renowned jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis has died, age 87

"Renowned jazz pianist has died Ramsey Lewis entertained us over a career that spanned more than 60 years starting with his own group the Ramsey Lewis trio and its big hit the in crowd He also had hits in the 1960s with hang on sloopy and weighed in the water Rivered as a jazz artist Lewis also performed with a wide range of pop stars during his career including Aretha Franklin Tony Bennett and Al jarot here in three Grammy Awards and 7 gold records His son reports that his dad has died at his home in Chicago Ramsay Lewis was 87 years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Tyler Bowyer Shares the Latest Updates From U.S. Battleground Races

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Tyler Bowyer Shares the Latest Updates From U.S. Battleground Races

"So Tyler, there's, let's get to kind of the first news with turning point action. We have two more events with Ron DeSantis. Yeah, so there are events with Ron DeSantis. We're so successful. And key target states, we are in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Arizona. We've moved with him. It's a Wisconsin, Kansas, where we have two big gubernatorial races there. Kansas. Yeah, because there's an incumbent Democrat governor. We got to beat him. Her. I think it's a hurt. Is that right? Yeah, it's a woman. It's a woman, yeah. Yeah, that's right. And so we got to take that. Kansas should not have a Democrat as the governor. And taking out an incumbent is really hard. And so, and then Wisconsin, we have this huge race with Michael's, which is a big deal. I was just in Wisconsin this last weekend. The base is fired up there. It's not just Michaels. So you've got an incredibly awesome and talented slate all the way down ballot. And attorney general candidate, that's fantastic, who's trying to find a lot of county. Great young guy, really sharp, almost looks like he's made for TV. He's incredible. What's his name? Incredible, dude. I just don't have it on top of we'll find it. He's running for attorney general. Sorry, I'm spacing right now. No, it's okay. Just barely met him for the first time, but they have an incredible slate of people all the way down ballot, and Wisconsin is so important. Is it Eric tunney? Tony. Yep, that's exactly. Okay, yeah, okay. There you go Eric, young guy, great guy. Yeah, there he is right there. Had actually fondly like county is one of these pink areas, which is a slightly more conservative, but there's a lot of Democrats there. And Republicans, Eric, that's there. He was the DA there. Their sheriff is a young guy who's an incredible guy. And they're kind of setting the tone for Wisconsin.

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Vaughn, Pollock homer, White Sox beat Royals 7-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Vaughn, Pollock homer, White Sox beat Royals 7-1

"AJ Pollock hit his tenth home run as the White Sox defeated the royal 7 one Yeah be really cool to look back and say this was a turning point and this is what sparked us and but like I said we got a lot of work to do and starts tomorrow and just hopefully we can keep building The win by the socks was their second in a row following 5 straight losses Also going deep was Andrew Vaughan Johnny cueto picked up the victory his 7th as the Sox continued to chase both Minnesota and Cleveland in the AL central and do so with manager Tony La Russa away from the team for a medical checkup David Schuster Chicago

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Tony Pham: Border Patrol Chief Describes 'Crisis' at the Border

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | Last month

Tony Pham: Border Patrol Chief Describes 'Crisis' at the Border

"As you point out, G four T's is a career guy up through the ranks starts as a border patrol agent rises to the highest levels of the United States border patrol. It's a well regarded, highly esteemed law enforcement agency, a difficult job under the best of circumstances and in his deposition and remind us because as you said, you're an attorney. So counselor was he under oath? Sworn in under oath had several breaks afforded to him even through multiple objections for the attorney representing the United States. He was very calm, collected and very clear in his answers as you would expect from a law enforcement, right? Very crystal clear in what his how he discerned how the policies were playing out at the southern border. For him to call it a crisis, if you're not going to listen to political appointees, call it a crisis at a minimum. Please listen to the career officials who see us come and go. Quite frankly through situations, right? Yeah. But they're there toeing the line. These are the people that we as political appointees should be listening to as we try to implement the president's our president or our administration's policy initiative. We should always go to our career officials and find out, hey, how do we make this work? Because I can assure you if the Biden administration came to the chief Ortiz and said, hey, I want to make this policy where he'll know. It ain't going to happen. It's going to pull more people over. Jeff, let me give you some examples. Just up to now, in this fiscal year year to date, we have over one 1 million 946,780 migrant encounters. And we're not even done with this fiscal year yet. Last total fiscal year, was still a record breaker, but was 1 million 734,000. So there's

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Tony Pham: Border Patrol Chief Blames Biden for Migrants Death Surge

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:47 min | Last month

Tony Pham: Border Patrol Chief Blames Biden for Migrants Death Surge

"You read you examine you saw what the chief of the border patrol had had to say. All right, a little chuckle here. Lay it out for us. What did he say? And what does it really mean? Yeah, Jeff, just so your listeners will know. I did read all 299 pages of his deposition transcript. That's just a lawyer, I think, right? But we have to understand chief Ortiz. My hat's off to him. He is a career official. 31 years in service and border patrol. So he seen it all, right? So it's a little bit different perspective than when you get schedule C political points he's coming on to a show railing about the Biden administration's policies. But here is a career official who sole purpose is to enforce the law because that's what he signed up to do and when asked, point blank is the border in crisis. His answer was, yes. And that is a complete contradiction to what this administration is trying to guess like the American people and the belief. And that goes, it's terrible that we have an elected position in his appointees. Trying to just misdirect the American people in what's really happening at the border. Why is that important, Jeff? Because even chief Ortiz said it, since President Biden has taken office more migrants have lost their lives. Crossing over in the United States and at any other point in time in his history. And that is just a tragedy of epic proportions involving the human condition that we as Americans can not overlook that these policies are drawing people into very dangerous situations. And that's

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The Importance of Remembering the Names

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last month

The Importance of Remembering the Names

"I'm at the point now and you should be too that when you you know what do I always tell you about the cases like this Remember the names right Remember the names was kind of an adage I used when I was talking about the spy gay case I'd say memorize the names It's a trick I learned as a federal agent Because if you don't remember the names what happens is you'll be sitting in a room and you'll be interviewing some bad guy and say a credit card fraud case that's really complicated And they'll throw out a name And if you don't have the names memorized and how they fit in the case you'll miss it But if you have a memorizing he says hey John Brown and you're like John Brown oh my gosh that was the guy who was connected to Tony Smith and whatever And right there in the room you can put it together and you had so I tell you all the time remember the names especially when it comes to scanty Trump scandals like spygate because when you see the name creep up in a news story they may not make connections you'll make So whenever I see names like Bruce or Steven soma Joe Bianca I know exactly Bianca those were the guys that were involved in the interview with Mike Flynn and somo was the New York guy involved with the exchange of information here and there It's really important to remember the names I bring that up not to get off track but because it's important with reporters too I can read a New York Times Washington Post story or I should have stuck an ore in there or Washington Post story And by seeing the headline in the author and the byline right away I can tell this is a deep state piece I'll throw NBC in there too If I see something by Adam Goldman Kendall and NBC Maggie haberman Glenn thrush Charlie savage Devlin Barrett who else Philip bump I know instantly that you're essentially reading you're reading what the deep state crowd wants you to read because their mouthpieces for the deep state

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Producer Albin Sadar Returns From His European Vacation!

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | Last month

Producer Albin Sadar Returns From His European Vacation!

"Welcome back to America. I'm here. You're here. Yes. And you were in England. I was with your twin brother Tony, who I believe genetically has the same annoying joke genes that you do. And so you and your wives, you took this tour. So you were just referring, you said you were in bath. Have you ever been into bath before? No, I haven't even I haven't been to angle and he only plays a shower guy. I'm a real shower guy. Yeah, these guys took baths back then. Okay, so you were in bath. Yeah. And I was saying that not only was did wilberforce meet his wife there. You know, this is 200 plus years ago. But also Jane Austen was famous. That's right. We took that tour of the house and the various locations where she was and her family and yeah, really interesting. And of course, put on the cost. And you go to take the tour in the house and then you hold on. Is this in bath or near bath? No, this was in bath. Okay, in bath, they have a Jane Austen tour and you guys went on that? Oh, yeah, yeah. And they get a wax wax figure of Jane Austen, which they think is Jane Austen. They have a kind of like pictures and stuff. They don't have a real clear picture of our, but they got something really, really close. So of course, we took a picture with Jane Austen in my twin brother putting a two fingers up behind her head. You know, like any child would do. Any young child who's now retired. In fact, everywhere we went, he would put his two fingers up behind Roman statues and mommies and things like that. You know, in some worlds, that's considered really clever. Those worlds being third grade and below. That's

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Fresh Off a Primary Victory, Congressman Matt Gaetz Calls In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last month

Fresh Off a Primary Victory, Congressman Matt Gaetz Calls In

"We have congressman Matt Gaetz on the line who just achieved an incredible victory a massive stunning victory on air when they threw everything at him. He was able to come in on top of Congress engaged, welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me, Jack. And you're the, you're the favorite guest host of all my favorite podcasts, whether it's the Charlie Kirk show, whether it's the war room. I love hearing the other human events daily, but you know I open the podcast app and it's just which program that Jack was so because hosting am I going to listen to you on any given day? Maybe fired up guess who is firebrand one of these days? We love that really take you out. We love that. We love that. But yeah, it's all smiles here in Florida. You know, it says something about the direction of the Republican Party that Liz Cheney can lose by more than 40 points and that I can win by more than 40 points. And I think our voters expect us to have a fighting spirit. If we win this majority back in the house and we don't do what senator Kennedy demanded and that is to get to the bottom of these investigations and deliver wins for our people, then shame on us. And I have a message for anybody that's looking to hire Tony Fauci to be the CEO of their pharmaceutical company or their university president. Don't plan on him being available for work too often because Jim Jordan and I are going to have him before the House of Representatives answering questions. And I sure hope he doesn't plan to retire in my beautiful Florida like so many people do. I think he ought to retire where he can be closer to his work in Wuhan, China.

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Gonsolin, Dodgers rebound from shutout, bully Brewers, 10-1

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Gonsolin, Dodgers rebound from shutout, bully Brewers, 10-1

"Tony Gosselin became the first national league pitcher to 16 wins as the Dodgers pounded the brewers tend to one Gonzalez allowed one run over 5 innings and says his teammates deserve most of the credit Didn't feel like I had my best stuff today So it really tipped the cap to the defense All the position guys that had a fantastic job top to bottom defensively and offensively obviously Trades Thompson hit a three run Homer and drove in four Freddie Freeman had three hits and also knocked in four Milwaukee's Corbin burns was rocked for 7 runs over three and two thirds He drops to 9 and 6 Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Kemp scores winning run on defensive misplay, A's beat M's

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Kemp scores winning run on defensive misplay, A's beat M's

"The Mariners four game winning streak has ended with a four three ten inning loss to the a's Tony camp scored the winning run after pitcher Diego Castillo mishandled the high chopper in the tenth inning Camp also provided a two run single in the 5th but a eugenia Suarez tied it with a single only 8 for Seattle Ty France and Adam Frazier lifted sac flies for the Mariners who were tied with the Blue Jays for the first two AL wild card slots Staked to a two zero lead Logan Gilbert saw his winless streak extend to 8 starts I'm Dave ferry

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CDC Admits Mistakes in COVID Guidance

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:52 sec | Last month

CDC Admits Mistakes in COVID Guidance

"CDC yesterday. This was breaking last night. Coming to grips with its failures, its complete manifest abject failure over the COVID years. And Rochelle Walensky is the director of CDC, delivered this outside review that she asked for. But she did resign, which is what was implied in that review. Tony Fauci is still there. He should have resigned. This review reminded me of the review NASA dead of NASA after the challenger disaster. They found out everything they do is wrong from the moment they botched the first test, which very few people I talked to Tony Fauci about it in the first interview on the show. Why did you guys botch the test for COVID? And he said, no one's to blame everyone is to blame. Everything about it is to blame. So The New York Times says the public guidance has been quote confusing and overwhelming. You think?

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Tony Gonsolin wins 15th as Dodgers nip Brewers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Tony Gonsolin wins 15th as Dodgers nip Brewers 2-1

"Tony Gonzalez became the national league's first 15 game winner 7 scoreless innings led the way in the Dodgers two to one win over the brewers Gonzalez now 15 and one gave up just two hits Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says it was good to see Godzilla have a longer start Control the entire game And so for him to go deep one continues to build that confidence that he's had all year long and number two is we got a chance to stay away from some guys tonight Dodgers closer Craig kimbrell worked around trouble in the knife stranded two runners to end the game Austin Barnes and max Muncie hit solo home runs for the Dodgers offense Check Freeman Milwaukee

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The Difference Between Policing & Federal Agent Work

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last month

The Difference Between Policing & Federal Agent Work

"I was a federal agent and a local police officer who cares Why does that matter It matters because what I'm about to tell you will sum up the difference between policing and federal agent work It's not the same thing When you're a police officer your cases are worked backwards Unless you're saying a detective on a task force or something When you're a cop you're patrolling around the 7 5 precinct where I worked in an RMP radio motor patrol a car And you see a guy beating up a woman on the corner you say Tony go over there put the lights or air you go you grab the guy maybe it is a foot pursuit you lock him up Folks you've never met this guy in your life The only reason you're meeting him now is because you saw him hitting a woman in the middle of the street This happened that things like this happened to me I'm telling you I'm not using names or but these things happen You just met this guy You were not investigating him The reason you came to your attention is because he committed a crime in front of you What do you do then You take him to the precinct you get a corroborating statement from the woman you go out you do an investigation if you can you get other family members to give you some sworn statements you fill out at the time he's called 61s complaint reports and then if the case requires further investigation you send it upstairs to a detective But what I mean is the cases work backwards You may contact with the bad guy commits a crime in front of you The case has to be worked backwards right That's not the way cases work when you're a federal agent Like I was in the FBI It's the same job category Different agencies same job category GS 1811 That's where the G man thing comes from It's a government schedule a payment How are you going to get paid You worked the cases forward

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Gonsolin, Dodgers win 11th in a row, break away from Royals

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Gonsolin, Dodgers win 11th in a row, break away from Royals

"Tony Gonzalez didn't allow a base runner until the 6th inning in the Dodgers 8 three win over the Kansas City Royals They were swinging a lot So I kept the pitch count down you know I thought I was doing some good pitches early that got some soft soft contact and some guys made some good plays Console and now 14 and one didn't allow a hit until Vinny pasquin Tino singled in the 7th only Houston's Justin Verlander has more pitching wins this season Trey Turner's single in the 7th broke a scoreless tie and triggered a 5 run rally Greg iklin Kansas City

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"tony" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Okay and we're back so tony how have you been. Oh boy it has been you know. I you know and listeners regular listeners. Know it's been quite a you know. I'd almost coming up on two years now for me. It's been it's been pretty rough it. Just it's kind of felt like one thing after another firm way too long now and you know always have like okay. Things are going to start looking up now that every time. It seems like they are something else happens. I'm trying you know if you had if we had done this episode like two weeks ago. I think it would have been even more pathetic that answer but I've really been trying to push myself these last couple weeks to just be out more safely. Of course. yeah but seeing friends and and also have been Playing drums a lot more and having some rehearsals for some shows coming up and all of that. I'm really like really realizing how much that actually does for me. How much it really helps Yes so that has been very very very helpful. And i need to remind myself more how much that stuff actually helps me. Yes yeah i know. I feel bad that because you and i were both so excited to be doing. 'em persons again Yeah i feel bad that. We're not again although i feel like there's a whole bunch of reasons why there's one reason why i hope it mean specifically you have kids have unvaccinated kids. I understand that. Yeah but yeah that was. I'll i'll admit and and again i totally understand. Why but yeah. That was a bummer. I don't know if i said this on the show. We're not but like literally that first in person recording. We had just driving to your house. That day was like the best. I felt a year and a half. Oh 'cause i was just like a felt like is silly as the sounds like i kind of felt like i had a purpose. I just like you sure. I'm i leave home every now and then but it's usually you know just to go to the store or to see somebody but This was to actually go somewhere to do and to do work. That i enjoy So like you know. I've truly missed.

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"tony" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Tony bennett. He returned to fresh air in nineteen ninety-one. He told terry about growing up in a story. A queens in about his brother who was a musical prodigy. he was A very wonderful opera singer. They call them the little crew so he was thirteen and sang solo spots in the metropolitan opera and Did radio shows in those days That was the highest ratings. The shows with big and he was always a guest of artist on very big radio shows and and We all loved opera in my home..

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"tony" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Tony. I'm so excited to have you today. So yes that's for having been on. Thank you for being willing to join me from your vacation. It's nice he added where we are. It's quite remote. And i was thinking a walk on the beach with my daughter and the seagulls hatching. And they're all this baby baby. Seagulls you know walking convictions. Oh yeah oh. That's so neat. So it's interesting. You know you were just talking about Things you're doing with your daughter. And i always really liked to find out who the folks that sit across from me were when they were kids. Because i think you know i i look at you immediately. Think of all the things. I've seen you in and and i wonder when you're so well known as an adult Where were you similar to the tony. The world knows you know were you. This poised intellectual performer as a kid. Or were you very different from from the man we know now as a child will i.

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"tony" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on Good For You

"You know that. No one's asking you how you are even though your faces leading because they they they wanna be cool and not know who you are. It's like i don't know what i think it was. They're caught in the moment. It was just like man tony tweet. Let's go meet him like us. It was never like oh he got fox. Hey there's a lot of hold on your finding is. I went to a pharmacy straight from there to go by sterry strips and to go buy alcohol to clean and stuff. And i'm in line with this. Like i'm in line with a hustling and the dude was checking me out was like tony. Y'all make stopped scanning my items to come around and shoot us. Yeah but this one here but also you've only proven that you're going to be just fine. This is your fault. We need to hear tony. How he seems like a pretty fragile cap. They're like oh it's an eyeball. This is a territory my job. There's something interesting about like the way people react to. You have no idea because they're reacting to you like i to think i'm cool. I don't want because everyone thinks they have a shot at being your friend myself included so cool stickers show. We're all friends techno-music. I want him to bleed to death. They're like like in their mind that that's gonna go. Hey are you okay. And you're gonna like nonce pretty bad like then what they're gonna by causing symbolic superhero group of especially dudes like you've been famous to meet. Since i was ten right. So you're a human obviously but also your this idea of skateboarding and like the most famous. You've been the most famous skateboard on the road for twenty years. And that's it. It's fucking weird dude and like do you have a sense of that responsibility kinda i. I have come to embrace that and come to terms with that in recent years i used to..

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"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"That's related to this. If you want to keep your karema aside and sit here frey and also related to the question that say about looking if you want to look at something simply the way these not through the prism of your accumulations. Then you must be able to keep it aside. As i was saying it is all in your body. You need to create a little distance between you on your body to the millions of people are practicing this process polish korea which is available for free but everybody to do Probably hundreds of millions of people are today practicing that practice across the world because once you create a little distance between you on your body you have a distance between you and your karma between you on your memory between you and all that coalitions that you hold. You're not trying to throw it away. You just see you have a choice either to carry your bag on your head and walk or keep it beside you on. It will come anyway. These are the choices we have. So we must our customize important because without it we will not exist but we must be able to pick out what we want from our karma if this has to happen if you're immersed in it it will not happen. There must be little space so there are methods and processes with which one can bring little space between what is me and what i have gathered if this happens all these three questions that you're asking in that there is a solution in that. There is an absolute solution without that. If you try hard mentally to drop the kerma to change These factors that itself can become a lot of struggle. This is happening to unfortunately happening to a whole lot of people who think they're on the spiritual part and struggling with their mind to change the quality of their well damaging external situations with the power of their mind but they will not change their experience of life. That experience of life cannot be chained like that. It's important they. Experience of life has to come to some relaxation. If it has to come to some relaxation initially there needs to be a certain amount of space between you and your body without that space there is no es there there is no es there is no inner foundation for joy or love or ecstasy to persist or to sustain here and there people may go up and down to live blissfully every moment of your life. It's.

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"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"Identify. What are all the survival instincts within us on which player anyway. Now i feel hunger. I must eat the need for food sleep sexuality and You know various other things that people together essentially these three are survival. Instincts said arrival of the individual survival of the species that these are the instincts which drive that all these instincts off survival. If you just conducted literally consciously to to give the time for consciousness to act consciously whatever. It is any of these requirements of the body. If you just wait two minutes you want to eat right now. very hungry. dust look at your food. Maybe don't don't find distractions of prayer and something else that is not going to help. Just you know food is yeah. You appreciate it here but you just wait for a minute or two you will see your instincts will lose power over you. You can manage your instincts consciously this must happen otherwise if we instinctively react to everything we will go back in evolutionary scale and become like every other creature because all of them live by biological instincts. We we also live like that. Maybe there is a sense of power to that but it is a limited manifestation. The whole evolutionary process was about moving you from the mill limited manifestation of being some creature to a conscious being this is what evolutionary processes about. Now that we are there as human beings falling back men look attractive. Man look attractive for those who do not know how to handle their own liberal activity right now. One thing only one thing that human beings are suffering geeze. They don't terribly activity if they had the brain of dot com. They would be quite happy. I believe and that two minutes can turn into twenty minutes or two hours or two days fasting and then you are now in charge you regretting. The car messes supposed to disres- finding to history memory instinct and how you also mentioned side garage as a practice is to just simply look around you know. Look around without an outcome without looking for a meaning or looking for god or looking for something just simply Experience be with life in notice. Can you expand on that for those. That are home and want to implement some of these practices. Obviously you go into the saad knows and the keys And the karmic yoga. That's a part of this process. But can you just share about that practice of just seeing and looking see it is in the nature of Other creatures for example if you leave a dog outside. He's always looking. He's looking for something all right. He's not simply looking. He's not ever looking to enjoy the scenery. He's looking for something. What is that something start. Something is in in all his instincts for self survival self-sustenance he's always looking out for that so once we become human beings we must learn to look without looking for something otherwise you will never ever be a genuine sika. People say i am a seeker..

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"The looked at the man. Oh you he's gave a clear emphatic. Answer no god. There is no god. This whole congregation of monks were sitting there one big relief wolf because in their mind also daily. The same struggle is their god is there. No god is that god is to destroy will come to you. Only if you invest everything that you have in it then you will worry use it through or is it not right now. You're found a convenience five minutes a day your prayer and after that he doesn't exist it's just you and your own things all right. This is a smart way of doing it. But he's fully invested so doubts have come then in the evening then this all. These monks big celebration started because got them. The enlighten being has declared there is no god. Look really nobody sitting up there. Keeping accounts of what you're doing waiting to burn you in heaven. I'm waiting to burn you in hell nine. Give your enemy some rewards in heaven. All these computations. Nobody your life is entirely yours. Look at the freedom of that so it was one big relief and celebration going on in the evening. Another man came. India is one country which is cultivated and encouraged bolt. This man is a charbagh tabacum. Means he's an out and out materialist. He doesn't believe anything other than what he sees so he comes all his life. He's gone about proving to people how there is no god even if you are a big believer if you talk for ten minutes he will get you out of your belief and at least make you doubt whether there is got not so. He's proved to thousands of people. There is no god now ages passing away. Little doubt has come. Suppose there is god and i go. There will leave me alone. People also say he has all kinds of torture equipment up there and we'll hear leave me alone so he wants to come from. He knows there is no god but he just wants to confirm this an enlightened being here so he came in the evening and asked the same question ease their guard got them looked at the man and said yes there is got all the people got terribly confused. Monning you say no god evening. You said there is god. What is this game. The game is just this whether you say that is god or whether you say there is no god both are concoctions of your mind. The fact of the matter is you do not even know a miniscule part of the creation how the hell do you know what is the source of creation where it is how it is it's characteristics. And how many children they have and whatever okay in india. We are all a lot of information about god that you can't think of. Yeah so how did you get all this venue. Do not even know thing about yourself. Have i said the belief is a poor substitute for an experience right. That's really have experienced it. You're coming up with something your mind. So many people are veal. Compulsions to assert way act way. Do things certainly based on memory and based on their blueprint and you talk about..

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"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"That is if you push you hard enough. If you push you full-time see this This happened in ultima life. I'm talking about them because two days ago is buildup army. It is a day it is a full moon night when he got in light so it happened one day Early morning one man came into his congregation. And you know this is a man who is a great duty. Well-known diversity in not only went to temples. He built many temples but slowly there is a little bit of doubt the most people are using devotion and their belief in god as it's convenient for them only when it's most for most people guard is like insurance. They do everything dustin case if it fails. I was paid. That is a kind of approach they have there is. There are extremely small number of people who trust god with their money with their family with their revision and leave it in his hands. And do whatever you want to do that. Extremely few people like that rested all only to appoint of convenience. I do everything in case. It doesn't work it you. Of course it's me so is a kind of insurance to fall back on when things don't work so this would happen. This would come face to face with you. Only if you invest your life fully. So this is a fulltime duty will only does Uttering god's name is his guard is rama so he sit down rama. Standup ram i. If you wants to address you rama if you want to call you remind if you want you to go round. Everything is now the apart from that he will not say anything so full time duty as he ages. Acquistion has come in his mind. Suppose that is no god. My whole life will be wasted. See your smart all of you. You're very smart. You invest in. God only one day in a week or maybe once I don't know in thanksgiving day on something like that. This is a smart businessman. You don't is good. But this man investors entire life into it and now suppose it is not there what will happen whole life will go. Waste and a whole lot of people were saying. There is no god and this and that they're not severing daryl's seem to be having a good time actually better time than me really doubt so early morning he came when it is still shadows eastern corner in the shadows and asked got them is their.

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"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"The question is just this. Which one do we need to invest in. It's not about right and wrong. Civic the death the very nature of this such death has never happened inefficiently to anybody when that happened. It happened absolutely total. Nobody died haas life. Whichever way you live your life there is still room for improvement. You can do it whichever way you want sill you can make it better. You can live it better. You can experience it better because of this possibility and because of the sense of limitless possibility of life that you can make it not little more better you can endlessly push the bonn bowden boundaries of life because of that your attention and involvement needs to be with life debt. You don't have to worry you'll do it very efficiently. Believe me cova did so. Many people world found himself trapped in their memories trapped in how they think things should be trapped in their old blueprints and there was tremendous suffering was brought to that. And i've always said that when the external circumstances change sometimes people are woken of because they suffer so much the whole plan does not give them comfort is is not something they can return to light conditions. James so someone wants to consciously create your own destiny. They wanna cut the bonds of those roads. That are self imposed. What actions can they take right now to break from the old version of karma. That's coming from their old blueprint hallway of being coming up with the meaning and emotion and creating a new destiny more consciously see everything that happens within us in. The form of psychological manifestations are on a certain level just out imagination. This imagination may be so powerful that it also affects the body seriously. Well in In yoga that is one classic example that he's always used. That is if i if you're sitting somewhere and if i take a rope and throw it at you and says snake. Well it is just rope but you will go through everything that a snake would have cost in terms of heightened bell petitions your experience your fear the terror. Everything happened to you but it was just a rope so they expedience of life is entirely manufactured within you. It is not a snake which does it. It is not the rope. Which does it. It is you who craft your experience of life. If you understand where is the seat of your experience you experience illinois. Where is the seat of your experience..

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"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"We all know always know this by experience. For example i've been working in Southern indian prisons and also of prison united states. This program is referred to as enough freedom for impression. These are all people who have criminal background generally because i worked with long-term prisoners. They're all come either for murder or more so if you look at their history sheets. They've done terrible things. Many of them are there for lives. Some of them that i worked with were on death roles so when you meet these people well those people who met them in the wrong situations unfortunately probably lost their lives or something terrible was done to them. All those things happen but now here they are with me but they're like little children dumping and laughing and playing around like little kids because this woman's got him on you can decide. It doesn't matter what it's been your fears your gills your struggles. Everything can be left behind. If only you perform this moments karma consciously so whatever the person whatever the natural tendencies that you have or let me take away. The wood natural because it's not created by nature. He deserves scripted. But maybe you're writing in your sleep so you do not understand that you wrote it so if we look at this thing from morning to evening let's from the moment you woke up to this moment. Your physical kerma. Your mental kerma emotional and energetic activity. That's happening in this you hours of wakefulness. How much of it happened. Consciously if you look at it but almost all human beings it is less than one percent. We below one percent. If we want to experiment with this you take a bicycle. Please don't drive a car like this. Take a bicycle ride for ten minutes but nine minutes are closed. Well you know you know where we can pick you up or right. This is all that's happening. Because a large part of the kerma is being created unconsciously now life and its consequences are looking accident if you became unconscious..

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"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"We have done nothing about moving from unconscious existence to conscious ways off existing within ourselves and naturally that leads to conscious response and takes her either reactionary aspect of life as long as. We're in a state of reaction beer. Enslaved to something only when we have a choice of responding the way we think is appropriate right now to the best of our intelligence you we will start mowing towards freedom. Otherwise compulsive reaction enslaves us to whatever we react to you. Know the the karma van really driven by the blueprint that unit being developed. And you know we both talked about the idea of inner reengineering. What's going on inside so my question is this. How what you believe are the best ways to wake people up from habitual instinctive or reactive mind and back to consistently staying conscious because we all wake up at times and then often we fall back asleep space. So what do you think of. The best ways to create out of ongoing consistent permanent change awareness as opposed to moment to moment reaction. Tony mental alertness is Foot long been misunderstood as consciousness. Mental alertness will empower us to live better in this world. Survive better among people but that's not liberation that doesn't lead us to any kind of freedom. It just makes us pass this day better then maybe ten other people who may not be doing it. The same way is it useful is it. It is absolutely useful. That is no question but consciousness is a different aspect. Let me put it this way. See as we sit here. This is my body. That is your body distinctly separate. This is not going to be ever confused that this is my body. Is your body unless Sometime later maybe met much much later. Were you that. Both of us are buried in just end graves. After some time we understand where the same body because we have the same soil but right now. This body is different. That body's different. This mind is different. That mind is different well. Our minds may overlap here and there but they're essentially different because the content is different. How it is accumulated is different because the call right now. The content of your mind is just your memory. There is no way to individuals can have the same memory so there is no way to months can be the same way. So my body's different your body's different. My mind is different. Your mind is different. My emotions are different. Your emotions are different. My energies are different. Your energies are different. But there is no such thing as mike. Consciousness is different than your consciousness is different. There is just one conscious existence. This is a conscious christmas. You have captured a little bit. I have captured a little rest of. It is the play that is happening now. If your body's the foremost aspect of who you are well your life will be of a seddon way you will move in directions..

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"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"The software it functioned so similarly you as a person exists you exist only because there is a certain amount of memory. There is evolutionary memory. Which tells you your human being that is dinner to memory which tells you what type of human being you are. There is karmic memory. Which makes you an individual. And their articulate and inarticulate forms of memory and on the whole eight different forms of memory. We will not go into that aspect now but essentially if you allow the past or the already set software to function within you. You will become automatic. Life seems to be easy and effortless because everything is automatic. It is only when you face new situations situations that you're not familiar with situations for which in your memory. There are no solutions. That is when people who are entirely an auto drive collapse. They will They will get shattered. So this is happening. Because they're trying to live out of their memory than dr education system is about memory. Scholarship is about medi religions are about memory because of this venue. Memory doesn't provide you solutions. You feel completely broken. So karma means one fundamental aspect of karma is when you understand what i'm doing right now is my karma or this is clearly my action my physical actions my psychological actions. My emotional actions and my energy reverberations are all my doing. If i know this this moment i will naturally behave consciously so essentially kerr means another way of approaching how to more human being roman conscious existence to to a conscious level of existence why this is important east sea of all the heaps of critters that are there millions of species we here of all this the only refer to this human species as being because this is the only one which has choice of being the way they want to be. All other creatures are compelled by their compulsive instinctively actions to life around them. This is the only being with capable of responding rather than reacting if you give away this privilege of responding and you're in a state of reaction whether you like it or you don't like it slowly animalistic tendencies will manifest in one's life right now if you're driving on the street if as much as somebody crosses your lane i see people are growling like wild creatures at each other But this is happening simply because.

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"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"tony" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"One is beside me here. My wife's age. We're we're excited today. Because we're going to introduce you to a dear friend of ours is a voice of love and warmth and generosity and truth and compassion. He's an environmentalist. Humanitarian is one of those influential people. Fifty top in india. And we're going to beat meeting. This beautiful man named side grew today. Ladies and gentlemen sound guru chemist as as as tony mentioned seiger's dear beloved friend and a chewed luminary of our time. So i'd go where we loved. Enjoyed reading karma a yogis guy to crafting your destiny. Can you share and describe what karma is for the listeners. Right now and how it's affecting us right in this very moment really clarify the myths about it with the idea that the someone in the sky is keeping track of your good and bad deeds because so many people use the word karma. It's an every language of the world's thousands world sanskrit word but a sweet every culture but most people think of it as well. This is my bad karma or this past life and they're paying for today and it becomes a lack of responsibility. The reason we want to bring you on as you know. We share the same philosophy just from an eastern western perspective. Maybe but it's one hundred percent responsibility for the experience of our lives and what we can do for ourselves but other so if you can give us the picture of what are the myths about it. What's the truth about karma releases and once again. Thank you for joining us. Thank you said. Oh this whole aspect of reward and punishment we misunderstand Starts from simple. Things that veterans indigenous will say. And when it doesn't work it goes to heaven and hell that if you're good or if you fit into their idea what is good you will go to heaven. If you don't fit into their idea of goodness you'll go to hell and Burn forever not for a few days. It did not a correctional. it is a place. That's where you will go. These are instruments of ways to control a.

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"tony" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"tony" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Welcome everybody to another exciting episode of the Tony marketing podcast. My name is techy. Tony and i'm your host for those of you. That do not know who i am. I shall home based business owners. How to leverage technology to grow their business using the power of the internet and social media. We are back with another very exciting guest. I am excited to talk to this person today. How many of you have pets cats dogs. You're gonna love this episode. I am joined today with earning his liberty and she is a personal dog trainer. So i'm excited to have her on everyone. Welcome to the show. Maybe there. Hi. how are you awesome. Thank you so much for making some time. Thank you no problem. So i always like to ask the first question. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself. Yeah so i. I mean don training big part of just who i am as a person i also do alive of our and mainly just stuff family. I moved here a couple of years ago to alton from northern idaho. So that's given me a little bit of a culture shock and starting a new business in a new area has been interesting especially with covid and everything yes sir. So fair breed of dog sharpei. I love them. I actually don't care as much for the looks that really wrigley but their personalities resemble that of a cat and just the best thing ever. I love it. I've never seen a survey also. Well how did you get into dog training living. I mean it's not really something everyone does. How did that come about. Yeah so i actually was planning on getting into giddy attract occupational therapy while i was getting mice. Opiates i ended up. My little sister needed a service dog. And so i decided to try my hand at training workers and that dog ended up spending pretty much my whole associates going with me gwen classes. I took a whole by training classes on the side and found out that training. A dog was pretty much the same principles as working with kids with behavioral problems. All the principles. Same everything that. I've grown up with learning to deal with. My little sister was mirrored in dog training realm and i got really passionate about the fact that i can help work with kids. Odds awesome well. That's that's different. I like that. What was the very first breed of dog that you are trained that you came across your remember. Yeah so the first thing. When i was probably eleven we got a dog i'd gone to do basically didi switch. And he was actually a northern breed wolf mix very interesting.

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"tony" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tony" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Facebook instagram at gal linda. If you guys to her website you can complete a form. And yes i get an email and provide your contact number. Of course she'll be happy to set up a call god. There is a lot to consider with traveling. And there's a lot of unknowns right now one thing to be now this week in the next week it could change does end. Does one thing. I also wanna touch on about using a travel agent for somebody else is most travel agents are open nine to five. Linda's open from nine nine right. She's always going to be there to pick up the phone and help you navigate the process no matter no matter what it is yeah. I'm here twenty four seven. I ended up working last week getting a family reunion. But so i'm here. I've had people call me at four thirty in the morning. Yeah so. I'm here to help whenever you need help and i don't know a lot of people that do that right so he has like their sleep. Yeah 'cause i know if you call me at four thirty in the morning. I'm going to voicemail and of course To answer the phone. I can't function linda. Thank you so much for being on. Everyone travel gal linda. If you're looking to travel or wanna get somebody A consultation christmas to talk them out traveling. I'm i'm sure those are all options. I'm excited for the rest of the year. And what happens in twenty twenty one with travel and your business. You're always such a joy to talk to thank you so much for being on thank you. Tony had a great time. I love talking with you. all right. i'll talk to you soon. Okay okay thanks tony..

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"tony" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"tony" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Achieve and Achieve and I've seen I saw the struggle she had struggles with food with staying consistent with her with her Wellness habits song and it's just super rewarding to see somebody's shift out of that kind of that habit Loop where they're just always sort of self-sabotaging and to see her achieve something so big a half marathon. It was hugely rewarding. Yeah her shift in the world conquer. Oh two very powerful words. Yes, that's exciting. I noticed that in those couple of testimonials that you gave that most of them from were women, which brings me to my next question. I ask who's your ideal client is a primarily women. It sounds like it is primarily women though, I do. Quite often work with couples. I did some work with actually an internist and his wife recently and that was super rewarding. He was a strung-out area internist who stressed was his biggest issue and he was stress-eating and he said twenty pounds in twelve weeks working with me and major shift and prioritizing his exercise and feelings of when we started working together Tony. He told me the first thing he would think of when he opened his eyes in the morning was how do I get to the office, you know as fast as I can and you know that's stopped happening. He started prioritizing home exercise and his own well-being first. Anyway back to your question couples, mainly women over thirty-five. I primarily work with but lately I've been reaching off. Um high school girls and girls in their early twenties as well. But generally it's people who are ready to take control of their health say no diets people who are looking to make peace with food start trusting their bodies and people who are saying no to diets and who wants lasting solutions for their health. I love this. This is amazing you get to change people's lives every day. It's very rewarding. I I'm really passionate about it as well and off, you know, we get we all are gifted with one body that has to last us a lifetime and I really believe that we may have a duty to treat that one body with reverence. And you know Tony I can empathize with the struggle to do that. We we live in a world where our environments set us.

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"tony" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"tony" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Most people say I wish I would've found you sooner. But really they They. Thank me for helping them shift their mind shift their mindset because that's where it all starts Tony it's. You can get caught up in executional things. The the what and how..

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