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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
Fresh update on "tony" discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"This final note on the way out today the end of an automotive era Stellantis, the multinational car conglomerate that owns Dodge. Said this week it's going to stop making gas powered chargers and challengers next year. They were those brands with a couple others, the very definition of American muscle cars, handwriting though, wall, am I right? All right, off we go, not before, as always, or when we have time anyway. Your moment of economic contact, a quick follow-up to a thing we did a couple, maybe three weeks ago, a Stephen beard story about Germany's natural gas, dilemma, which is acute and which I set up by saying that Germany was thinking about keeping its last three nuclear power plants online, which would be a huge change in national policy over there. Well, today reports The Wall Street Journal Chancellor Olaf Schultz is going to ask the bundestag to do exactly that. Our digital and on demand team includes Carrie barber. Dylan methane, Janet wynne, Olga oxman, donatan, and Tony Wagner Francesca levy is the executive director. I'm Kyle risdale, we will see you tomorrow. This is 8 p.m..
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
Fresh update on "tony" discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Exactly what it wants to be and lets nothing get in its way. Car Hassan certainly isn't going to stop until she's conquered this sport after over dozens of hours in roller drum. I'm starting to think I won't either. What a fantastically written review. I agree with every single word that Sam Bruce said there. Andrew Reiner from Game Informer gives it an 8.5 out of ten, saying roller drum immediately clicked with me and I ate it all up. As polished and fun is the experience is it feels like roll 7 is just dipping its toes into the water. I hope this talented studio gets the chance to make a sequel to further flesh out this unique concept with more detail in the story and greater player progression. Regardless, roller drum is a fantastic first foot forward. I adored the campaign gameplay and I have a feeling my friend group will use this unique title for late night scoring competitions. Bless what do you think of roller drum? I absolutely adore it. I finished it and so I guess these are my review impressions as well. And it is such a good game and this year we've gotten so many great in the full fledged 3D action games in a way that I think is kind of blown up this year compared to previous years. The fact that we got seafood, we got neon white, we now have roller Jerome. And these are all very polished, really good 3D action games that I couldn't fathom an indie developer making games like these in like 2010, right? Playing roller drome, it makes me think back to playing Tony Hawk on the PS two. And you know, I can imagine I can imagine having a conversation with friends being like, yo, what if what if somebody combined Tony Hawk and jet set radio and gave it guns, right? And that sounds like a made up thing that would never happen, right? That sounds like, oh, that's too much money and resources. Oh man, no big triple-A publisher is ever going to do that. But now we have, we have that game. And it's made by India with the funding and the skills to do it. And it plays even better than I ever imagined that it would. It feels like such a good homage to Tony Hawk as well as the objective system. I know we talked about it on the roller drum preview that we did a few weeks back I was going to say GameSpot. Game cast. So go ahead and check that out there if you want to hear our full fledged preview impressions. But the fact that they're able to pull it off this well and the action feels so good and the art looks so dope dope in action. And it is so succinct in length. It doesn't oversee its welcome. I am blown away by this game and yeah dude, good on rule 7 for putting out now two dope games in one year. Yeah, I am utterly in love with this game. I can't wait to keep playing more of it. I still hadn't beaten it life's been hard, a lot of shit going on, but you know what? Being able to play a little bit at night has been such a glowing light. This game is fantastic. I feel like it's short enough that it gets all the quality into you. You don't need to spend too much time with it, but there's quantity to have as well. Like all the score chasing, like you were incentivized to want to play the hell out of this game. Like you are incentivized to want to go back and that's why I love this review so much of him saying that the multiple nights of after midnight Sessions. It's like, yeah, I have stayed up later playing roller drum that I have video games in years. I'm just like, it is that one more match. One more match, one more match. That type of mentality. Love it. Utterly fantastic experience. I love that the team pulled it off because they really did. We all saw the first preview footage and it was like, I hope it plays how it looks like it does. And it does. So congratulations. We'll see. I need more leaderboard chasing games from developers. Again, between this in neon white, like think about how many of you are still playing me on white because they're chasing after scoreboards. Barrett Courtney has put in tens of hours. I'm not going to be surprised if he was like, oh yeah, I'm already a hundred hours into that game. I think he said he's 90 plus at this point. Which is wild. And I think it's such a smart way to make your game, right? Like, hey, we have something here. It is polished. It feels good to speedrun. We got the mechanics down. This is a great playing game. Now, let's put in the leaderboard aspects to it in like, let's not overstay our welcome. Let's make the game short, even though neon white actually isn't that short. I think it took me like ten hours to beat or something like that, which is pretty sizable. But even still, right? The fact that Barrett has put in over 90 hours into that, right? For a game that is a ten hour experience because he wants to go back and chase the leaderboard stuff and continue to have fun with it. It really Trump is going to be a similar kind of game where people are going to go back. People are going to want to leaderboard chase, but then also people are going to want to one to 100% it. In the way that you do with Tony Hawk, because it has a really great objective system. And once you beat the game, they give you even more of a carrot on the stick to chase after. I want more games like this, right? I want more games that feel super good and then give you that carrot on the stick later on to keep on playing and the fact that it doesn't have to be an ongoing game type of thing. I don't necessarily need new content on a roller drum. I'll let you content. But enough is there for me to want to go back and keep on playing. I think a lot of developers seem to be getting that down nowadays. And I absolutely love it. I love it too. Moving on to story number four, Dragon Ball is officially in Fortnite.
A Look at the Suspects in the Christa Helm Murder
"Let's look at the suspects for the police. Sandy Smith, Chris agent, and the person whose house she was murdered in front of. Definitely in the Hollywood party scene, potentially had mob ties and definitely was a shady character. The next suspects a guy named Rudy mosel. A drug dealer who was roommates with Blair aronson, the keyboardist who worked on Christa's disco album. And so I was to say that crystal was storing large amounts of Coke from azela and during that time she stole some drugs from him and he found out and got a bit violent toward her. Another crazy thing Rudy sprag that he was the one who committed the murder. Now we all know that there are false confessions that happen. They happen pretty regularly in murder cases, but this is one that I would take a little seriously. He wasn't looked at deeply at the time of Christ as murder, but when the case was opened back up in the mid 2000s, cold cased investigators found that Rudy had been dead for years so there's nothing they could do with that. I think he's the general favorite of whoever killed Chris to helm. But with investigators unable to interview him, there was no direct evidence linking him to the death. So the case is still unsolved to this day. What I would do is I'd like to know what sandy Smith saw. And why did he lie to the police? What's also interesting about this case is investigative found tapes among her possessions and audio recordings of her sexual encounters. I love to hear those tapes. Another fascinating possible suspect is Tony sirico. Pauly walnuts himself. The roommate Stephanie said that he showed up at their apartment right after the party to check on Chris as well fair, but that ended up not happening. And what ended up happening was he went to their apartment to steal fur coats and personal items of Kristin's. So Stephanie have always believed that it was Tony who initially stole Christa's tape recordings from her room after the murder. Why he did that? I don't know.
How Do Godless People Deal With Difficulty?
"It really hits home when you go through tough times as a believer, it's totally different because you're walking with God no matter what. And that's fascinating to me because I think of people who do not have God in their lives or they've got him someplace or whatever. How do they deal with difficulty? I mean, adversity is in every single life. How do you deal with that? So it's one thing to talk about success, but the point is inevitably your career will take a hit or your marriage goes through a tough. In other words, we all go through difficulty. And if you have your hand in God's hand, it changes everything, but there are many people that they don't, they don't have that. And I think that's when you turn to something really bad because you want to dull the pain. You want what you want. And if you don't get it, you have to nest the ties with some relationship or some drug or whatever it is.
'Uncommon Influence' Authors Tony & Lauren Dungy on Submitting to God
"I am talking to Lauren and Tony dungy who have a new book out on common influence saying yes to a purposeful life. So walking with God and walking in his purpose is part of that has to do with saying no to certain kind of behaviors. And I was I think that a lot of times people mess up everything is because they're doing something that they know God doesn't approve of and they think, well, I'm going to have this as a little carve out. I'm still a person of faith, but and they're denying themselves the joy of completely surrendering themselves to God because they're afraid to, I guess. I think it's because many people are unwilling to submit to God. And when you don't submit to him, then you submit to the world and the world will tell you one thing one day and the next day it's something else and so you live a life of chaos and confusion because you aren't steady in your faith and in your walk and you're not hearing and being obedient to God, you're being obedient to whatever drives you on that particular day.
How NFL Player Tony Dungy Came to Faith
"On the program before, but for people who don't know your stories about coming to faith or when did the penny drop for each of you? It took me a little while. My parents, especially my mother, tried to teach me that. But as a 12 year old, 14 year old, your honor I was listening or it doesn't make sense. And my mom would tell me those things, you know, what would a profit a man to gain the whole world and forfeit his soul? Make sure you're in tune with God. Just what you're saying. The creation is great. All these things are wonderful, but don't fall in love with the creation, fall in love with the creator. But it didn't hit me until I was 21. And I got to the National Football League and my coach chuck noll, who was a tremendous coach Hall of Fame coach. First thing he said to us is don't make football your whole life. It's your profession now because you're getting paid for it. But if you make it your whole life, you're going to be disappointed. And then I see all these guys and they had two Super Bowl rings when I got there, but they're saying the same thing. And hey, you got to come to Bible study. You got to come to chapel tonight. And what franchise was this? The Pittsburgh Steelers. So the Pittsburgh city, I love hearing stories like this. So here you go, you're practically a kid 21 years old. Going to the Pittsburgh Steelers. And there's a culture of some players in the Pittsburgh Steelers. They get God. And they're willing to share this with the younger players. That is pretty amazing.
Tony & Lauren Dungy Discuss Their New Book 'Uncommon Influence'
"In the studio. Lauren and Tony dungy are my guests and they have a book out. Oh yeah, brand new. It's called uncommon influence saying yes to a purposeful life. Welcome to the show. Thank you. Good to be back with you. It's great to see you and honestly, this gets the heart of everything, right? I mean, because you can talk about a lot of you can talk about almost anything, but at the end of the day, each of us is living our lives. And we want to walk with God, we want to walk in his purposes. That's at the heart of everything. So what was it that led you to write a book specifically about? Because it's kind of a big topic, kind of a major issue. We wanted to write a book where we would encourage people to fulfill their purpose in life. And you have to ask yourself, what is that purpose? Why does God have us here? What are we supposed to do? And we know that God wants us to have a life of serving, serving others and too often we think that we're supposed to build ourselves up and serve and make things happen so that we can get ahead in life and we can accomplish things. But God says just the opposite. We're here to serve others and to give glory to him.
John Zmirak's Take on the FBI's Next Move
"Right, John's mirac, let's continue talking about the madness. What do you think is going to happen? I mean, they rated Trump some when the FBI does something like this. Most Americans who don't talk on radio programs, they're sitting back and they're thinking, we know what's going on. This is dirty. This is disgusting. They're going to plant something in the documents I bet. I would be shocked if they don't plant some fake thing to insinuate a crime that Trump did not commit. I put nothing past these people. These people said the Hunter Biden laptops were Russian disinformation without even seeing them. These people hid the laptop. The FBI put it in a basement. And if Rudy Giuliani hadn't made a copy and given it to the heroic Jack maxi, who you had on this show, none of us would know about it, okay? The remember, these people want to kill innocent babies.
Kleefisch downplays Trump endorsement on final swing
"Donald Trump reasserts his grip on Republicans in the key swing state of Wisconsin where his candidate for governor Tim Michaels won the primary Michael is a wealthy businessman who owns a construction company beat the former lieutenant governor who was endorsed by Mike Pence and state Republican leaders at his victory party last night He thanked Trump It was a tremendous validation of our meteoric rise in this campaign He knows that we need to have new leadership in Madison Audio courtesy WK OW during her concession speech Rebecca clayfish urged supporters to stay in the fight The fight now is truly against Tony Evers And the liberals who wants to take away our way of life Michael's face is Evers in the general election as much as Trump's influence in the primary was clear some Republicans fear his involvement could hurt GOP candidates in November including the state's Republican senator considered the most vulnerable up for reelection I'm Julie Walker
Why The 16th Hole at Waste Management Is The Craziest Hole in Golf
"Dude, forget Google. The guys in the 16th hole at the Waste Management are the best Googlers in the entire history of the world. I stepped up there and they pulled they started chanting sister Elizabeth. Sister, Elizabeth. And they had a look over and they have a picture of my sister while she was a cheerleader. LSU. Like front row. I'm like, how the fuck am I supposed to hit this 6 iron on the green from a 190 yards on staring at a picture of my sister and a cheerleading uniform at LG. Like, I don't know how they find this shit. How they find pictures of your sisters and your siblings and your ex-girlfriends and dead cousins, I don't know, but they do. And they're better than Google. So yeah. Something like that, yeah, you've got all the information at your fingertips now. Well, yeah, for all those, for people at home listening, those guys have blueprints of every single player that's about to approach these 6 to 18. And they find the most obscure facts about every player. It's not just now with me, it was like, you know, near these labs, titties, like it was something like that. That's not factual. That's factual. You're like, yeah, this factual. Sorry. Today's show ends up with the why. I was like, come on, boys. I thought you'd get a little bit more creative. That's not great. But they're incredible. And just that event,
How Experience in a Sport Can Help You Be a Better Broadcaster for It
"But nowadays, I would much rather watch a smiley Kaufman call the PGA Championship. Wow, what a job he did. I mean, friend of the pod, obviously I've known him forever, but man, all biased aside, smiley Kaufman did a great job calling golf. You know why? Because he has experience in the arena. Dude's one on the PGA Tour, played high level golf his whole life. Same thing with nitties. He's displayed the PGA Tour. Obviously, the learning curve is a lot smaller when you have that kind of experience and you step in front of the camera. It's just not going to take you as long to figure out what to do because all of the golf. That's the easy part. The hard part is probably correct me if I'm wrong, it is because I've never called golf. But you have an earpiece in your ear to producers telling you what your timing is. There's a commercial, all of that, you've got a time all that up, that's the hardest part, according to smiley, is that right? Yeah, the traffic. The most difficult part is being able to talk over someone. So just pretend someone's yelling in your face, right? And you've got to keep talking through that, but also listen to what they're saying because that's what's going to be coming up next.
Tony Romo's Sound Broadcasting Advice to James Nitties
"Actually, that's the one thing I wanted to ask him, and I was talking about misses before I play with him. I was like, to get football, I don't want to ask him about fanboys stuff. I want to actually ask him about what he did when he got into broadcasting because he said it. He's kind of the style that I would like to be, where he's real and he shows emotion and it's not kind of automated and monotone and you know, I'm sure there's a lot of broadcasters that kind of get into the space and just settle in like everyone else. And I was like, dude, I was like, I took me about 8 holes. I didn't really, you know, I was kind of playing it low key, I didn't want it to distract him too much, but it was doing that himself. But I was like, hey man, did you get any professional help before, you know, you went into broadcasting because it's like you sitting next to the goat, you know, Nance, and he went on for about ten minutes, and the first time I didn't really get anything out of it because he is so excited about all the ins and outs and you said it like he's analytical about everything. And the way he described it, I was like, all right, okay. All right, and you know, in between, we're trying to hit 40 footers for birdie and we're trying to read putts in that and I'm like, he's like fully will pull you aside and talk to you through your face, which is what I loved about Romo. Whenever you had a conversation with him, he would really talk to you. He wasn't just like saying stuff that people want to hear. He really liked getting to it. And then I re visited and asked him the second day and the greatest advice he gave me. He's like, if you're sitting at the dinner table with a bunch of people. And you're explaining a story that happened to you that day, you want to get them engaged. Do you really want to have a little bit of emotion? You want to be too loud. You don't want to shout. But you want to describe it like you're trying to keep everyone fixed on you at the dinner table for your story and show give it a little bit of it's hard to explain about what he was saying where, you know, you don't want to be too loud and emotional and do the kind of deal that everyone gets a little overexcited and be a play by play, guy, but you also want to be engaging enough to where everyone's going to entertain. So yeah, I took that and I was like, sweet. That makes total sense. Because I feel like golf these days, the most the broadcast and I'm a rookie, you know? Like I'm getting it, but I want to have a little bit more high energy. I want to be a little different. I don't want to be just, you know, the typical broadcaster.
James Nitties on the Golfing Pep Talk Tony Romo Needs
"He a better golfer than you thought that Tony Romo was going to be in the second round? You know what? In the first round, he was way worse than I thought he was going to be. In the first day, like I was like, this is going to get pretty scary. And then the second round, he totally flipped it. He was white. He was better than I thought he was going to be the first day. So yeah, he's got pretty good fundamentals like, as I said, he hits some big boy shots, but he needs someone close to him that'll sit him down and be like, and I would have said it to him and just be like, Mike, you're going to get a name for yourself. If you want to play high level competitive golf, you're going to quickly get a name for yourself where no one's going to want to play with you because you're like super slow and he has no, he just has no clue of where he's at. Super nice guy wants to be quick, even the comment where he was like, hey boy, sorry, you know, I know we're on the clock, but I'll take all the penalty shots and just put them on my score. I'm like, the champion doesn't really work like that.
Don't Bet Against Tony Romo's Hustle
"He's actually got a hustle. I heard he's pretty good one handed like he can he, I think he's hustled a couple pros. If you're giving him a shot of hole, he plays one handed and I think he's, I think he can shoot like three or four over, just with one arm, like not in tournament conditions, but yeah, it's like, if you were to think that, I'll be like, yeah, no worries, but I've had a fair few people say, don't blame like, don't give him a shot a hole. Or when he plays with one hand. So that makes sense. My book, he always said, never accept a bet that another guy proposes. It's just bad. It's just you're in for your infer, you're in for a lot of trouble. If you accept a weird, a weird prop bet that some other guy is like, hey, I bet you I will put on my head and shoot under par today. You're like, whatever you want. Well, the guy shoots like 69 because he's was part of cirque du Soleil or something and you can see perfectly fine putting on his head. So I mean, that shit happens all the time, it seems like.
JJ and James Nitties Reminisce About Playing Slow Golf With Tony Romo
"We get there, and I can't remember who was first to hit. I think mitts hit it first, and it was way right. And I hit it infinity right. And Romo hits it. At least as far left as we hit it right to start this thing. And so now we got guys like all over the place. Well, they call each of us to the two to the T, whatever. We do our bullshit, practice swing hit, whatever we do. Flare went out there. They call him, and he's still like, he's on the cart path when they call him to hit. Like, usually all three guys are standing on the T when you're like ready to roll, right? He's on the car path, and he's got, I don't know, it was probably the tightest, the tightest band, whatever it, whatever the tightest band was, the black level. I know there are different colors, but the one where you can barely move your legs apart and he's doing like these hard freaking squats slash kegels slash, I don't know what you call them, but he's going up and down the cart path in a line before he even starts. So no practice doing any rips it off. You know how those things are a pain in the ass to get off anyway, like imagine wearing a golf shoes, like rips it off, then he gets to the first tee and hits it 50 miles left. Well, it was one of those holes, ninny, did you ever think we were going to finish that hole? No, I was like, has there ever been a group that's been put on the clock before they've completed one hole? We was standing up on the grain for at least at least 15 minutes and golf club time. That's so long. And he still had what? He stood and he was and JJ's pacing around. He's like, damn, this is a Connie show already. Oh, my relax mates all right. We're just getting started. He's now waiting for the group to hit off the next hole, which is a par three up right where he is. So now he's taking a drop off the path which he got a rules official took like 15 minutes he hasn't hit yet. We're like, we could have hit putted out. And but we didn't know if he was going to send some meteor over our heads while we were in the middle of the grain. Anyway, so then he finally drives down the fairway after all of this. He's like, hey boys, I'm going to hit now and then drives back over to his ball again. And now we're waiting for him to hit up up and bloody hit it a hundred yards short of the green, then we tip up, we're like this is crazy. So then we chip up, he finally hits it on the green, and now we're all on the grade, probably whatever. I think that teton was 8 24. It's probably like 9 a.m. by now. And then we'll somehow I made my part in JJ made his for a good bogey on the tent and yeah, so that was he too part of it and that was fun.
Was Trump's Vaccine Decision a Mistake?
"So I want to address what Tony said, Tony has said, and I'm posing it to you listeners if you want to call in and disagree with Tony. Tony said his hypocritical for us to be so upset about the vaccine and the vaccine injuries and all that stuff. And that Donald Trump, through operation warp speed, takes responsibility for developing the vaccine. Now, my disagreement with Tony is simple. It's that Trump didn't mandate the vaccine. That's the problem. Like if people wanted to voluntarily take a vaccine that was experimental and with knowing that it may have some issues with it and they wanted to take it anyway, then that's on you. That's just like any other vaccine. But the mandating of an experimental vaccine is a problem. And I said it this way, I believe Trump was acting a good faith putting together a team to get people vaccinated because Trump believes in vaccines.
Charlie Is Joined by a Great American Patriot, Ric Grenell
"With us right now is a great American patriot, Rick grinnell, Rick is someone who should be running the U.S. State Department right now, unlike the failed punk rocker, Tony blinken, Rick, welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. It's always a pleasure, and I just have to add this little thing if we're going to talk about Anthony blinken, people need to realize that Anthony blinken's parents funded the George Soros information center. It's named after his parents and the media continue to block this. And it's an outrage, but they've been doing George Soros's bidding for decades and giving him millions of dollars to help his open society. Wait, so blinken's parents haven't been given Soros millions of dollars. Yeah, the center, the George Soros funded center for his work is called, if I get his parents name right, I forget that it's named after his parents and I forget their names, but whatever their names are, blinken center for information. Wow. It's incredible. Somebody could pull it up and give us his parents names. But, you know, I've tried to highlight this. Yeah, I found it right here. Yeah, it's the blinken open society archives. Yeah. Incredible. Both of his parents.
FBI in for a Rude Wake-Up Call Over Hunter Biden Investigation
"Joining us right now is a friend of the program someone who is super smart and does phenomenal research and investigations, Miranda Devine from the New York Post also author of the laptop from hell, Miranda, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks Charlie grot to be with you. Thank you. So I want to talk to you about this story here. FBI, director ray, are in for a rude wake-up call over the Hunter Biden investigation to your latest piece up at the New York Post NY post dot com. What do you mean by that? Well, on Thursday, Christopher wray, the FBI director appears in Congress before they oversight committee and the Republicans there are planning to really grill him on a few very sinister and concerning issues that have come to the fore in the last week. And you probably know already about chuck gresley has had several FBI whistleblowers come to him and give him information that basically the FBI just sat on buried the Hunter Biden information that came out in 2020 in August 2020 when graz Lee and Ron Johnson were both investigating the Hunter Biden and burisma corruption connections. And then again in October 2020, which was, of course, the month that we at the New York Post broke the first story from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop and October was also the time the month that tiny bubble linsky, the navy veteran and former business partner of Hunter Biden came forward publicly to say that Joe Biden was involved in his family's influence peddling scheme that Joe Biden was the big guy who was slated to get 10% of one of the Chinese deals and that Tony bubba linsky himself had met twice with Joe Biden to discuss these deals. So
"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..
"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.
"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.
"tony " Discussed on The Tony D. Zone
"Mm-hmm. Is your host your dude? So, like, Google is really getting crazy. So they just announced their Google duplex ever. We talked about it, where it could call places for you. And you wouldn't even know that robot. Well, they now have it where when you're making cars rations, things like that. It can actually use information harvest from your Email from your calendar and fellow what you need currentl-. This is getting nut students. I mean, what's next where, where are they going to stop Google? Can buy cars for you. What's next Google, designing your day? Hey Tony today. You know what you're gonna do? You're gonna walk down to that star. Oh, I do. Okay. Then you're going to walk down the. Oh, yeah, I do. You're gonna go to that game store that I do. And might that predictable dudes. Okay. And I'm gonna go. Yeah, I'm going to go to the movie theater. See the vendors. I'm hoping that in this one, we find out that the vampire finally vote, counts, Vania and finally goes, and sees Picard. I'm excited for that one but yeah, what's going to stop here are weak untorn the machines. Or are they controlling us when will end we need to wake up people waiting to know that Google is not for the good of us? Google wants us to be mindless robots be controlled by mindless robots. This is getting out of hand, you know what I'm going to go out there and I'm going to do all my Google services, but wait, wait a second. They have really cool gaming servers coming later on what have I do dance. Well until next time, stay alert, and don't let the machines get to us watching always watching.
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Previously on the Tony Kornheiser show. I will. Character right for as voiced characters is a way to more outrageous should be banned believe it's against like all Neva conventions. Anyone who drinks? With the loser. Now Justice Star Trek person. Will you get a copy of William shatner's hair piece and put that on when you meet him where you do anything. That's not a system work, set a hair. This is General George Washington. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser. All righty, then we are live at chatter. We're at the corner of Wisconsin avenue northwest and Jennifer tweets north west. We are open for breakfast. Full disclosure forces me to say, there's nobody here because it's so cold Kimberly is here, but Kimberley Kimberley's here do serum people who are down breakfast, you pointed at Kimberley Kimberley's believes. Got pneumonia. Yeah. So we wish county so we're not gonna I was gonna say if you within the Santa my voice come in for breakfast. You know, you're not gonna hear this until eleven o'clock eastern, eight Pacific. Anyway, free breakfast to that. Yeah. Let me get business. We are. This is the last podcast this week. Obviously, we'll be back Monday to talk about the Super Bowl, and let me talk about the Super Bowl now by telling you, we are of course, open for the Super Bowl and we have Super Bowl specials. We have eleven television sets we have bar food..
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Previously on the Tony Kornheiser show. Nobody thinks he's going to be back in time for the start of next season. I don't I have not heard anybody say, credibly. He will play next season. They have only said that he's going to be out the certain number of months, but nobody said after that certain number of months that he jumped right back in. I mean, parents it was projected six to eight month recovery before the infection. So you know, how much that's delated. Yes. Looks like I'm never playing football again. I don't I'm not. Well, I haven't talked. The Tony Kornheiser show is on. Now. We're law chatter at the corner was concentrating northwest and Jennifer street northwest. We're open for breakfast when we do this show. We will do this show Thursday and Friday this week. So you can come in tomorrow and the day after if he would like Jean mcmanus's year. Gary Braun is here. Michael Kornheiser here Niger will run the board. Do the news. Let me thank a couple of people for stuff. I received a very lovely little note the other day from Katie Watson whose whose dad Steve is a member Colombian and a guy like very very much and within twenty four hours of him listening to this podcast and hearing that I had slipped on black ice and alternately. Find out that I have broken rib. He slipped on the ice and broke two ribs. I didn't know he was here. But he's parenting here yesterday and Katie wrote. My dad told me you heard your ribs to Ouch. I really. I hope you feel better. I would say thank you to Katie in which a person is a band. Abandon this last night into this morning was the toughest I've had in a week. And I don't know why. I mean, I was up six seven times in the middle of the night in pain on my left side. And it seemed to have spread from my actual back to my side. Now, I have no idea what this is. My theory is that I was not taking enough drugs to mask the pain because yesterday I took to add bills and one Tylenol with codeine because I don't think you wanna keep taking Tylenol code and develop a dependency. Maybe I needed a little bit more. I took an Advil early this morning, and it hurts. It's painful care. This a recliner. I do not I have one out at the beach. But I'm not out factored ribs, very often. Fine. Yes, he animals stat was the Wesley could sleep was like flat on his back in recliner, and then could sort of eject himself out. So he didn't have to pull himself up. This is the hardest thing is when I'm lying down. And I ten when I sleep maybe too much information from people, please people even as look at a bed. You're standing at the foot of the bed. I only sleep on. What is the left side of the bed as you look down on the Ben and I only sleep facing stage. Right.
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Yeah. Previously on the Tony Kornheiser show. I would have had it on Tuesday. And it's not a trash can was not placed in the correct or might eerie. Our trash can was out there out there for years and years and years saying he never leave drivers like me Kasai give him give might give them treats orders. Quarters role a quarter. Do you? Remember, the time that a lay I want to say a neighbor put something in your tracks streets over there and confronted you too. What are you doing right out here? The Tony Kornheiser show is on now. Okay. So we're live at chatter at the corner of Wisconsin avenue northwest, Jennifer street northwest, we are open for breakfast. And the only reason I am in here today. The only reason I'm in here with Gary Braun with Michael Kornheiser with Nigel only reason is because I didn't wanna have to how ever many people would be here. I didn't wanna have to shut the doors because my back is killing absolutely killing me. Let me just thank a couple of people. I Stephen Crawford of McLean Virginia who sent in slip on crampons for walking the dog a little bit late because I slipped the other day because I had on duck boots. That are waterproof. But not Isler gonna get more snow. Those will come in. Mar Zacher Mark Becker from branded solutions Mark Becker sent in a bunch of hats with with light. So you can see people lamb you. And you can see what you're doing golf, hats and wool hats. Now. Let me get back to my back because as people know on Tuesday as walking the dog at about five thirty in the morning when I hit a patch of black ice. And I went over my legs both legs went out from under me. They went up in the air. I landed on the left side of my back stream Lee painful, very very fortunate in attempt to break, my fall with my risk because I have broken my wrist hundred percent, very very fortunate that I didn't go over my head 'cause I landed on the sidewalk and I see sidewalk, and I would've cracked my head open hip at your age for sure. All that osteopath Sitton. And so what happened was I just had enormous pain to send a bruise on my left side of my back which over the course of Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday diminished. It did not go away but it diminished yesterday not yesterday last night. I did the thing. I'm not supposed to do I ate chocolate. Chocolate causes me to sneeze. And I sneeze. So violently this. I am not making any of this up..
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And from Saint John's college high school in DC, everyday go cadets begun zag, which I'm sure David shares as father has become addicted to your podcast. However after about two years, I've come to be grudgingly. Appreciate the human the commentary, and I can't believe I'm saying this. But I'm proud to call myself a little kid, please read this on the podcast. I'd like to lose. I like to see my dad lose his blank thing. Dalli Harrison Ottawa Canada. When is Melissa Allegra debut in the chick chair on the show when with all the snow in DC frequent mentions are obvious love of sports sledding. She'd be a hit. I'm sure Leon or Wendy could make it happen. She did she did put a video out there with snow angels yesterday which got shout out on the program from Tim Stony Olo in Madison Wisconsin herbs Houston, youth, alot Utah human I don't pronounce the age. I mean where I grew up if you didn't pronounce Scott wrecks Westerville Ohio attach is a photo. From my recent trip to Costco, on Sunday note that total at the bottom one hundred dollars and one cent. The cashier remarked that he had seen him even hundred a couple of times, but never one hundred one cent unrelated to Cosco, I give heart TK slew to recent Email, Robert Lue of Napoleon, Ohio and the great Carla Corrado. I'm a nineteen ninety nine graduate of Napoleon high school in two thousand three graduate of Audubon. Where Carlos a professor I've never met either. These folks, but I feel kinship with both due to the connective tissue of this fine podcast eat at solicit Jason blazer, lake orientation. I noticed when you were referring to the Duke last second wind when you sit what a trail off. I thought to myself, maybe Dr Tony is bashful TV appearance or TV's award winning program. The Americans doesn't want to appear braggadocious then I thought wait Dr Tony concerned about self exploitation likely. So now, I've moved onto concern, Mr. tone deductor, Tony of a strove. No. We finished the show speech issues. Again, finished a show. Maybe just a wandering mine time for Michael making range before he's caught in walking down the side streets. Muttering? It was a red botchy ball is in the dog. I I respect Bella chick. I just don't like him from Stephen Hallam Hamilton Cleveland. Let me get straight your pitch for having someone paint. You Muros fear without compensation is that it's an opportunity showcase their work since they can sign them euro. But then on Monday between Mr Tony and super g this is the chance to get you work shown, you need to know this. Space. It's not like you're going to be exploiting this person's work. No, it's in the basement for God's sake. So which is it are you allowing an artist the prime opportunity to publicly showcase their talent. You having an unpaid workman painter dingy downstairs hallway which huger patrons with associated with vacuuming their own house in order to make room for more will bonds chilly. Well, both well since you that way. It's both if you're out of new bike tied. Everyone is always do wear white. You know, what want to happen to them? They want to be stabbed by cocktail. Ever. Skipping. Swim out. Never. And knock downs. Then in our very. Lose seventy seven. Found out making right now. But I. Nice. Not just on shoot be. Started. Wow. This out there, southeast speaking. Keep ourselves out of the rain. It's just. Carson fit is to be paid of things without having any reason. Consciousness. We put ourselves boxes. But if you. Then you'll see. The fair. Jason york. Not just why. Jason your. Something's strike just happened. Onto. Once I used to. They make noise and Sada bring maybe just too insane. To remind them. They're not welcome here. Get code of these. No good reason to coupon. And sometimes it feels Quentin. But it's just too game. Even Stu he's thoughts. We. Tired of old? It's too. All these. I'm so sick of getting answers to these questions. Good. I'm not. This. Phony. No, I'm not. The. Percent.
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"She I let go with a leash. She laughed. No, she came back, and I really really hurts council member. Brandon Todd mister toad we grave we get some salt and Sandra. But no this was on the sidewalk. I mean, I don't know. They're not responsible. I don't think they are. So anyway, and also on the so I went to the palm last night, which I love everybody knows I love the palm owning chatter is great. But you wanna go someplace else, I went to dinner with my friend Brent glass who went to high school together in grade school together and camp together and Brent for a number of years was the director of the American history museum of Smithsonian. And so we're sitting there glasses, rather, Keith classes older, brother. Yes. Keith agent. Yes. Older brothers. So to people came over to the table, and I wanted to mention this because it's always that's always fun, right? When people come over and say Hello, you work that so one was a congressman from Kansas who we have identified as Roger Marshall from the first dick district in Kansas. And he said he watches all the time and I thanked him for. That and says, you know, we'd love the show, and that's very nice to do them to Brenton. And that's fine. But then, but man. A woman with blonde hair comes over. And she says, I can't believe this. I mean, I just wanna say Hello. I really really like you work. It's very kind of you. And she says her name is Kate Bolden, and I say to her I know you, I know you, I know your work and she says, oh, no. You don't know. You don't know. Yes. I do because at seven o'clock when Aaron brunette is not working, you're the main substitute. And you're great. You're absolutely great. And she says, you don't and I said, no, I do watch. What else? Do you do on CNN says we'll have a show at eleven in the morning. I said, well that's out of my time. Ringers only some. Yeah, I'm not launching. But I do like you work very very much. And I thought how nice it was for her to like my work, and I sort of hope that you know, she would leave with a little bit of spring in her Steph. I do like her work. That's I like it very much. So that was that. That's all I really wanted to say that was fun for me. We'll take a break. We will have a jingle and some Email or printers working. Yes. Yes. It is. When we return, I'm Tony Kornheiser. This is the Tony Kornheiser show. New Year's day our guy, Mr Tony has him sell an old guy ceremony this stuff as surely gone way. Hey, a year's day on new checkbook register. What checkbook? He'll never. Hey. Day. Nothing could be wrong, or he'll still write checks at least the little longer. Some will say he's a bit headstrong show that sour Tony, buddy. Rows about. Chicks. You saw. That's just simply. John Fitzpatrick of Arlington Virginia, wonderful, Drake, buddy. Holly song. I guess I'm the only one who turns the checkbook over on January first I do that every year. I have the new check register because I wanna know I wanna say could have done this does it as well. But he's one hundred two. Let me thank Jason lockenfora CBS sports coming on with us today today, sponsored pure AL simply safe in quip. Remember, listen and subscribe to an archived episodes. Tony cornutus show wherever you listen to podcasts including apple podcast Spotify Google play..
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I mean, I think a lot of people don't understand why BRUCE'S so powerful or what it is Dan season. Bruce, and I do want to speak to that. I think it's three different things going on. Initially, Dan was attracted to the famous name of the Allen the legacy. We we've seen this insider wanting to tap into the glory days of the teams pass when that's going back to Gibbs. He's not one that takes chances on young people like Sean McVay Steiger goes to the familiar the proven, even if it's on the downward arc of that person's career or if they just have a famous name, but really haven't done much themselves. So that is what initially attracted Snyder to Alan. And also, I think he was kind of seduced about. Allen's charm, his his what seems like a political savvy. So the record has been horrible. The reason this never seems to football's America Crecy, you you're you're carted off when you're not producing everybody seemingly Bruce Allin. But but Snyder has a very very small close knit circle of people that he listens to. He just doesn't listen to a broad spectrum of advice. And if he doesn't like the advice, he shuts down, and then I think Bruce over the years, there seems to be a pattern there is a pattern where he. Undermines anyone he sees as a rival to his power base. There was a reason there were a couple reasons. Scott McClellan didn't serve the full years. But one of one is which he was was that, you know, Alan was not supportive of him at all. And and it seemed to me Ellen kind of undermined. What lift left Amina was trying to do so BRUCE'S? Not an adept politician in terms of a front facing Redskins executive. He would be booed out of any setting. If you tried to roll him out to sell you something, but he's an adept within the office, managing up politician. And we all know people like that. So you have no particular prospects of turnaround. There's not, you know. You know? The the best the prospect that Snyder has always had is the incredible benevolence and of this fan base of this media market and the deep-seated generational passion for the Redskins. It's it. He he used that for the first eighteen years of owning this team every August, everything was forgiven. He's matured he's learned he's not going to micromanage. Everything is possible. We have this new quarterback. We have this new thing. It was incredible. How much this market forgave? And what is new now is people are done. I mean, big swath of second third generation fans are just done. They won't even walk across the living room to tune in. And whether they're excited about the caps or mowing their lawn or whatever there's just he's in trouble really on this show. Yeah. So did it before in my time here, which is now. Almost forty years this year seeing those seats. Nah, I never I never imagined that did. And this just this this week to Tony this after that cleft of big win on the season and week to the maze. Empty safe Toby thousand people? All right. So I want to tell people to I want to preach to people little bit. I went out this morning about a quarter to six I was walking Chessington very dark at a quarter to six I hit black ice. I flipped. Oh, I flipped up in the air. Both my feet went up in the air. And I could not brace myself. I landed on my back on the upper left hand part of my back. I don't think I broke any ribs because I'm able to breathe, but there is a constant constant pain. And I am sure that within two days they'll be a huge black and blue Mark on my. Jack careful walk in the snow. I I didn't I didn't see it. And when I got up I checked getting up was very important. Sure at my age break something over. But I mean, I really hit the ground hard. It's like when you see in a basketball game. And I walked I walked the dog the rest of the way, and I'm in some pain, salty, chessy knowledge, your fall at all..
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And you know, what America thinks you're homers America thinks we can't win unless everything goes our way, and you know, the scoreboard stops and the headsets get bogged down, and you know, what I mean, nobody whatever there's no running water at the seams hotels. When this in. You know, let's let's go show them that we can do this with the forty one year old, you know, and and he showed a lot of people up. Let me go to the other game for a second. Because there was some notion, you know, the genius and residents that is Sean McVay. There was some notion that could figure him out he did last week what Bella chick does which is prepare a different plan for different team. He ran at forty eight times and pass the twenty eight times, and he ran in with one guy that you you said who is this guy. He's been cut by three different teams. What does that do for Sean McVay in your mind? I mean. The word that pop in my head is valid, but I don't wanna say 'cause he's he's he's been like what he does every week. And what he does do the off season. And he I mean. He's a freak of nature. Like, he he he is his he has a genius. I was talking to GM last week who interviewed him they didn't hire. But they were completely blown away by him when he was making the rounds of years ago. And he's kinda he was chuckling at this hiring cycle, what people are trying to do because he was he was felt it was sort of selling McVeigh short or wasn't a front to McVeigh because he's like if any of these other owners spent three four hours with McVeigh, they would realize what a bleeping unicorn he is and you're almost going down the wrong road. 'cause he's so supremely gifted in terms of he there's a genius of communication that comes with him. There's a genius of reading personalities and understanding who needs to be motivated which way there's a genius of the roster and understanding what he needs morale after that will then give him the flexibility he needs as a play caller. There's a genius of being able to get immediately in lockstep. With a quarterback build his confidence in Listrik manner. And then also have a game plan in a blueprint to physically show him. If you do these things it's going to work in. Here's what like. Uplift Kingsbury once had a beer with great awesome. They you know, they studied offense together for a few hours on time. Get outta my face with that stuff. Like this. This kid has been focused on this since he was in his early twenties, and he comes from an incredibly football rich background, and he's been spun his entire life. Like, there's a lot of Bella chicken stuff there. Bella checks disciples have largely done what in the NFL nothing name. But now, and these guys are super young, and it hasn't even been Bella check after he's been humbled by Cleveland, and he's comeback and reinvented. Like this dude's been in the league, not even to full seasons. The still playing football. And I'm supposed to believe that you can find people who've been around him for a few years, and that's going to translate to anything close to mediate success. I of that same mind that it is. It's actually it's a shame that McVeigh's been like sort of dragged in all this because they're not they're not finding another McVay and this bunch there might be some future McVeigh's. If there's some dude has been with him eight ten years and really had a chance to soak it all up, but that's not the case yet. It's great to hear Great great to to hear. hear tell us about your podcast plug it.
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"But it's quite real. And and the differences are small in college basketball in Calipari case, he basically says get out after one right? If he's got a junior, he's given up on them. Chose them in for eight minutes, but he's basically given up and they'll know that they understand that. And you go to the NBA. I mean, that's the deal. You come play for me. You're going to be an MBA. And he's right, which is which is fine. But watching Duke last night, I mean, you sort of dukes, really good. Are they better than mission? There's four or five she's seventeen and really good. But the end of the Michigan state's going to be really good. Which is really good by the end of the year is usually not as good because they haven't had competition for the last six week. Right. Right. It's harder and harder and harder. And other than that Kansas is always pretty good though. They keep losing players. They get suspended or they get hurt or we can't. Investigation to determine one last night. Wiscon- K I turned off at home against wiscon-. I'm watching a little bit of after I watched do I'm watching a little bit of that game. And it's like thirty five fifteen with a minute or two to go in the end of the first half ago. I thought it was better not this game's over. I wake up this morning to find out that Wisconsin actually took a lead late in the game in a day. Anthony, Cowan hit his shot a three that enabled Maryland, Maryland is good good. But Maryland, the big ten the big ten's. You know, what the big ten is the Western Conference in the NBA. They got about eight one. Yeah. They got a lot of good teams in the big ten now. They don't have who are the doormats. Rutgers is not a doormat. Penn State is not a normal. No. But yes, northwestern's good keeps beating brass Kaz. Good. I was always good near the bottom half. And so Michigan's are good. Yeah. Yeah. Illinois's not great. I guess. Okay. But that doesn't that? Yeah. They're really good. They'll get a lot of people. And that's that's the beginning of the show. So we will take a break when we come back Jason lockenfora, which is our great joy. We'll tell us about his dog. And then we'll tell us about the NFL as we head into. That's it. This is this is this one. And just so I'm time to the Redskins played this week. Because we have Liz here later in the show. We're going to ask Liz, how does Bruce ING. That we take a break. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. This is the simply safe, Ed. Here's a timely stat for you almost half of us make a New Year's resolution every single year we've all made them and most of us have probably broken them to the best of..
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And I'll we've good American food. We do good American American food. We'll get to other foods later that were serve at the White House. Let me start with I got home last night. I had gone out. I'd see my friend Brent glass, and I got home at to watch the last ten or twelve minutes of the Duke Syracuse game, which is. One of the sort of tendon dramas of the Duke. Syracuse game is not only are Mike chef ski and Jim boeheim two of the three or four oldest most tenured coaches in D one in the country in D one basketball, but they are great friends bay Heim assisted Mike at three different Olympics. They are really really good friends. So when you lose if your Mike chefs, can you lose at home as painful as that is knowing that you lost to somebody that you respecting normally probably takes a lot of the sting onto that dupe the other night, if you watched I know if you heard this show, you heard me talk about it Duke the other night at Florida state looked like they were going down. And that would have been the third time that Florida state had beaten and overall number one Duke team in Tallahassee, but at the end of the game, Florida state somehow could not locate was it Cam reddish at that point. Couldn't locate him who standing. At the top of the arc on the right side completely alone. And because he's the number two overall recruiting the country. He's able to make your shot. He makes this shot and Duke wins that game. And by the way, if you think that has no effect on another team Florida state lost to pit last night. Yeah. Florida state has absolutely absolutely. Because they thought and I thought and we all thought they had that game. So Duke is playing Syracuse last night. And this is not a good Syracuse team. They have lost a buffalo at home, which never ever ever happens. Buffalo's really good. They're good. But they were twelve and they were eleven and five team coming into this game. And the first fifteen games Jim boeheim, schedule usually ends fourteen to one they never leave New York state, and it usually ends fourteen to one. Okay. So they're not as good as they've been in the past. And they don't look like Tourangeau until last night. They hang around, and they hang around. And they hang around and Duke never opens it up. It's never eight or ten or twelve and what I watch and last twelve minutes and Syracuse ultimately ends up going over time and circus wins the game. They all know that Syracuse won the game. But what is interesting to me and do casts a legitimate excuse in this regard their point guard. Trae Jones got hurt early in the game. Look like his shoulder was really heard. He didn't play another minute of the game and camera. She was good. The other night had the flu of some sort and didn't play at all. Now, you say we'll dukes got great freshman, and that does leave them with Zion Williamson and Barrett and couple of other people. But and I'm glad that David is here because having covered basketball for so long and Liz as well covered Georgetown for so long. This is what interests me, I guess the most by the way, Jack white was pretty good three point shooter over ten like Syracuse even bay said quote him on a night when he couldn't buy. Basket couldn't buy basket. Okay. When you recruit like that. And you have the top four freshman the country for the top five. You don't have much after that. Because you can't actually recruit a good player. 'cause you can't offer him any time. You can't. So when they get down to where they've got an Zion Zion. Williamson thirty five points only twenty shots as opposed to Barron as we call James harden, thirty eight of thirty do you know what I mean, David like you can't they're not when you allow them to line up with their best players..
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast
"So I ended up going to this outreach program for like pregnant teens kids, it couldn't function a normal school settings these things that I could get my schooling done because over before will. Yeah. Yeah. I just remember being with the snowboarder that got his GED, and he regretted it. And I remember hearing that and be like I'm not going to do what he did. I'm gonna finish school. And I'm going to, you know, I don't know. I was always kind of like after Tony hawk was, my friend. I mean, I was just kind of like a sponge to the people that were around me. I remember hearing that from a fellow writer, and I was like, okay, I'm not gonna do it. He did I'm gonna finish school. I'm gonna do this. In that. But it was always a challenge to to that point. And I could be sitting next to anybody on the plane in first class or whatever and be like, I won the X games twenty times go. That's cool. That's great for you. When you're like, I got an Olympic gold medal. They're like, oh, okay. I understand that. And so maybe it didn't mean as much to me to win the gold medal. But it meant it to the world, and I needed that sort of kind of. Know feedback. I needed that sort of redemption from what was going on at the time because it was a struggle the whole way. And then so the second Olympics was just the cemented in like, it wasn't a fluke that I won the first time. I'm gonna be the best from the first one going tell the difference going into that first one versus second vs third. Oh god. I one was just to like to be like, I made it, you know. The family you feel certain that you'd win the goal. Did you have that internally within you before you positive? I was like pretty gung ho. Let's have five qualifying events that lead up to it. And the whole thing I won all five of events. I actually won every single competition. I entered that year, not only half pipe slope style rail. They'll like these rail feature competitions. But it's a great story because the year before I got completely destroyed. Oh, you beat me to even make podium at x games. Yeah. Wow. So is this wild scenario where I was trying to win in had this breakout year when I was fifteen I finally like wanna competition or two and I got two silver medals at X games. And I was like right here right now. Right. When they put the silver medal on me. I'm like I'm coming back next year. And I'm going to win the double gold. That's all. And I finally came back. I won two gold medals. My dreams are coming. True. I finally like I'm getting these deals all these things are happening next year. I'm on my way, I just won the slope style competition. I'm heading to my second double gold just one qualifying. And then my knee goes out qualify. Fine. I'd never been injured before. I was. Yeah. I was seventeen. Yeah. Sorry. Fifteen sixteen won the double gold seventeen the knee goes out. And I'd never been injured. You know? Like you need to get surgery. No, you don't need to get surgery. I've never been to a gym in my life. Wow. So I'm like, what do I do? And I got through that so eighteen I show back up my coming to reclaim my thrown it just walk right into it. And and this or to change the guys left me behind, and I got fourth place, and I'm so happy that happened because it gave me that push to them. Like, no, I tasted the taste win and the glory and the whole deal and like it's it's too soon to just fade away like coming back. And then that that pushed me to do this like. Undefeated season. And what did you in your head decide how you're going to beat these guys who had how did the sport changes that the sport change, and you're gonna come back and do it? Yeah. What it shifted? And what did you do to shift yourself to make that come because I'm only aware of the big comeback. But this is just as big a comeback stage of your life. Well, because of the injury at taught me how to take care of myself because I was just like, oh, cool..
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast
"In this first episode of our peak performers season, you'll have a front row seat as Tony sits down with three time Olympic gold medalist Shaun white who holds the record for the most x games gold medals and most Olympic gold medals by a snowboarder. Sean was an unlikely athlete he was born with an actual pole in his heart. And he went through several perations when he was just a kid, but that hardly slowed him down. He was skateboarding by five at snowboarding soon after and by thirteen he went pro and began competing in everything from half pipe to slip style making a name for himself in X games along the way every failure were missed opportunity only fueled his competitive drive and soon propelled him into the Olympics. Where the highs and lows not only took a toll. But ultimately helped Sean become the athlete and the man he was truly meant to be. Sean talks to Tony about his lifelong journey to becoming one of the most successful snowboarders in history. The uphill battle back from devastating injury. And a massive loss at Sochi and the ultimate redemption. At the two thousand eighteen peon Chang Olympics, they go into what it means to embrace risk to absolute importance of mental and physical fitness, and why a single decision can lead you down the path to greenness. All right. Welcome home. Man, we're frivolous to have you buddy. We thank you. We brought you because this session is on the art of the comeback. And we only wanted to work with the greatest of all time different sports. But we also specifically for you. I should you personally the way you've dealt with challenger tragedy. Lots of people come great. Can you take those hits and come back? That is a rare commodity is even more rare than the rest of the goats. Thank you. So we're just to have you. And I just like start up. Some people will realize you were pro at seven years old is that correct? Or towards the twelve I was sponsored at seven crazy. I mean, I started snowboarding the local resort my mom and everybody around the mouth. So he's pretty good. Let's put them in a contest, and I won. I was really fast. And that just kind of like kick started this whole thing. And then they didn't make boards my size at that point. Because I was so small so my mom called the local snow company. She knew and they put us in touch with Burton snowboards. And I was sponsored at seven. So that's when it started, but pro thirteen so. Yeah. Thank you. And you also have the most wins of anybody in this X games history because you have both euro skateboarder. And what did you turn pro thirteen or fourteen down? Low is a little later is actually around sixteen sixty on. But I always skated just as hard just as passionately during the summer off season. And I really feel like that was the thing that kept me interested in snowboarding because I would take time away. Go skate. My whole world was involved in this. It was in the sunshine and whatnot. And I kind of missed the mountain. So yeah at sixteen I decided to start professionally skateboarding. And then that was it was awesome, though. Because I started at the while I was at the top of the game and snowboarding. I had to start all the way at the bottom again at skating, and it was like this fund sorta like, you know, it's like watching the first Spiderman movie like, oh, he's learning. His powers again. I'm climbing my way up I just did it over here. It's so Finally, I was matching winning summer and winter medals. Great joy, one more than the other. You know, it was always the one that I wasn't doing at the time. How things go. Yes. Heart grow. Probably surfing the most. I love survey. But I would like never get to do it. I've actually named Sean after Sean Thompson professional, South African surfers. So dad loves surfing. Wow. Which was a trip today because I'm walking the beach and this little kid runs up to me. And he's like, are you Shaun white? I guess is like I'm I'm named after you. Oh my God. Randomly on the beach here them home. I know. Yeah. That's so tell us the psychology of a seven year old or a teenager. Who's now, you know sponsored is now starts to compete..
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"But that means he thinks he can get the the heart poll and get even more money on that back end or you just have ownership who's friendly with them saying, we'll stay in talks to try the price somewhere else and to help you guys out because that market is sizzled a little bit more than we. Thought it would and one thing I'll add I didn't realize this. But I heard somewhere they're talking about. How free agency has changed that you know, ten years ago? Let's say a guy with the profile Harper, and this I remember this happening in two days after after the season, they would have the free CO. Now that now it is slower and that to Nigel's Boston phantom JD Martinez. Oh, it signed in February with so it's I think the market has been softer to Michael's point for Harper than certainly Harper and Boris, but but not necessarily that. There's no Mark that it might be slower developing Phillies planning meeting with rice hopper in Las Vegas sometime next week to the National Football League. Mr Tony you wanted to talk about Antonio Brown. Well, he's MIA. Yes. He didn't show up for the the walk through the day before their last game. Yes, it sent him. They'd penny sent problematic in Tonio Brown is probably gonna end up losing in Tonio Brown and Lebanon bell. They're losing both. Well, when asked Mike Tomlin about it. He's angry. Yeah. He's very would. You would you rule out making changes? Like, no, we just had a disappointing season. Everything is on the tape and Tony Brown released a statement in which he praised himself, his creativity and his wholeness all I don't know. What? Holness means, but he praised all this. If I worked for the Pittsburgh Steelers. I would say I can't stand this guy. Now, if the Steelers organization were smart, and they are they are smart. They would deal this guy. He's gonna be thirty one. When the season starts, he's wide wide receiver. It's that's a position where they age quickly. I'm not saying. Brown Levy on bell. And you thought three years ago, they are the most with Rodney that's the most explosive offense league or one of now they don't they're not gonna have just to be clear before the fans come at me. I'm not saying he's done or doesn't help team. But they should she's. It can be broken at the moment right now with everybody. To melancholy happy trails, Mr Tony Daryl dragon, otherwise known as the captain of captain into Neil passed away yesterday at the age of seventy six with Tony to kneel at his side. Even though they had divorced a few years before they'll keep us together is their big hit. Yes. I didn't realize that they both played keyboards sort of facing each other. Yeah. And also melon melon Coney happy trails to Bob Einstein who many people know as super Dave. And also from Kirby enthusiasm. Me. Yeah. Yeah. Passed away at the age of seventy six thousand one of the brothers Albert and just one of the funniest I mean, one of the funniest guys you willing willing to take willing to hit his head into a wall at all times to came up in the needle, right? I mean, that was a brilliant great super day brilliant. I mean when they in In the. the over the only funny thing is when the giraffe gets beheaded. Well, that's super Dave sort of move smash your head into wall while going forty miles an hour. All right. We'll take a break when we return we have old guy radio. Yes. That's right. I'm Tony Kornheiser. This is that Tony Kornheiser show. Pogue Eye Radio today is Crosby Stills Nash sweet Judy blue eyes. Why are we doing this? Because Stephen stills does the lead on this song. Stephen stills is seventy three years old today, the song was written for and dedicated to Judy Collins. I believe it's true. I thought so I thought we judge Judy. I don't think judge Judy. Millionaire. Apparently, you forty million dollars. Judge Judy makes forty million dollars actually more than that Goodell money. Wow. Nigel. He he wrote this forty money as they were breaking up and went to him to play it for them. And who was there with her what? Stacy Keach wasn't in the room. But he was looking about. That's who she left Stephen stills four, and she was like, well, that's people song. Yeah. We still not gonna work for us. So the two in the area of critical commentary the to sort of and I don't want to call them Shantou because that would that would not be right?.
"tony " Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Yeah. Previously on the Tony Kornheiser show. I did something through Tony into total panic. I changed my flight because there was a flight leaving like remember a ten o'clock on the line with new has opposed to the flight that was leaving twelve thirty after noon. Sorry, you wanna get out of there? There are five million members of the media behind you. So I convinced him complete for trail. Written. Prepared talents. The ritual. This is General George Washington. And you're listening to the Tony corner already. Then we're live at chatter on an overcast day. But no rain at the moment. Which is shocking. We'll get to the rain totals a little bit Gary Braun here crystallises here. Michael Kornheiser is here Nigel produce the show run the board. Do the news I'm here and that sort of an upset because I did not work PTI yesterday. I'll get into this whole thing later, but I have not been well for two or three days, and I hope I'm a little bit better. Now, I've been you don't need too much information. But I've I've not been far enough away from bathroom to make any sense. That's too much information. We have a Monday evening podcast. We will do the show here. Tomorrow Friday morning. We will not do show on Monday morning. We will do Monday evening podcast at six fifteen or six thirty and -ticipant tion of the national championship game gift cards are available. Call..