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The 'What About Bob?' Test

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04:43 min | 6 months ago

The 'What About Bob?' Test

"Legend has it. There was a stone at the entrance. To apollo's temple in ancient greece and on this stone two words. No thyself is the legend true. I don't know the better question. Is it possible to know thyself. We've been exploring this question as humans for thousands of years through introspection and self examination through religion and mindfulness and therapy. But i tend to think it's not possible to know thyself at least not fully to bump into the borders and edges of who we are but i do believe it's possible to uncover more and more of yourself in the course of everyday life. I think one of the best ways to do this is through connection to other people. I think of the waste. Cs lewis describes the connection of friendship in his book. The four loves he says. Let's say you have. Three friends will call them. A b and c if a dies which dark turn then be loses not only a but as part in see the explains what it means. He says it each of my friends. There is something that only some other friend can fully bring out by myself. I am not large enough to call the whole man into activity in other words. What i spend focused time with my wife or one of my children or a family member a best friend one on one time. Which is the closest connection in the world. Because these are people i cared deeply about how even if i give them my full undivided attention. I will still be unable to experience them in their fullness. And why is that. Because i'm only experiencing the part of them that i draw out of them now. If we added another person into the mix someone else that they cared about they would change right in front of me because that person would draw out another part that i don't have access to another part that we don't connect on i'll take it further a while back. My wife threw a surprise birthday party. I had no idea was coming and she brought together. This group of my friends who don't have much experience around each other in a few days after one of my close friends somebody who knows me. Very well mentioned. He'd never seen me laugh that way before. And that i. I was confused as trying to like go back in time in revisit the night and then i remembered who was there and it made perfect sense. My friend larry was there sitting right next to me. And there isn't a person on the planet who makes me laugh like him and you can probably relate to this right you get around certain people and they bring out that other side of you. That element of mischief that twinkle in your eye you tend to get in trouble with that group or you have more fun with that group and it's not because you're being fake or putting on a show. They're pulling something out of you just by their presence. Because people bring out different elements of you elements you might not even know you possess until they arise getting around others is one of the best ways to figure out what you have kicking around inside. That's a wonderful thing. It's also a little scary because we might be surprised by what we find so this brings us to the. What about bob test but first a little context if you haven't seen the film what about bob is a comedy from the early nineties about an esteemed psychiatrist and the patient who follows him in his family on vacation. Bob is the stalker patient. Played by bill murray and when he meets with his new psychiatrist. Dr marvin played by richard dreyfuss. His introduction is direct keeps it real the simplest way to put it. I have problems. He goes on to describe. Ocd panic disorder with agoraphobia. Hypochondria multiple other phobias and a list of other struggles.

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No More Mr. Nice Guy | Robert Glover | Write Your Legend Podcast with Apollonia Ponti and Natalie Stavola - burst 01

Write Your Legend

28:10 min | 7 months ago

No More Mr. Nice Guy | Robert Glover | Write Your Legend Podcast with Apollonia Ponti and Natalie Stavola - burst 01

"She will, you know, she's strong needs to be done. And so the thing that I learned is that a woman can't follow her a man doesn't lead that's true on the Dancefloor. It's is true in relationship. Now that leadership is not dead. Do it my way, you know, it's not about that that kind of controlling dominance. It's just showing up with a plan and having a sense of confidence about you that you know where you're going and you invite the woman to come along same on the dance floor is it I'm not going to ask the woman in between each move every step. Do you want to have this done now? Would you like a cross body move? Should I do a pretzel with you? Should I know I'm just going to lead her and if she likes the way I lead she's going to relax into that and follow and be blessed by that. If you don't like the way I lead single find another partner to dance with that's fine that it works. Well, but if I don't lead we're just going to stand there on the Dance Floor, you know kind of looking at each other until one of us gets bored and walks away. So that leadership is crucial and when I found when guys are trying to figure out what to make what to do make a woman happy and pleased or there's no real leadership. It's like I said be like me asking a woman every move. What do you want to next? do you want today off? And you're laughing cuz I've asked women in front of men. I'm teaching I'll say do you like it? Well, what do you like when your man says what do you want to tonight? You want to go out? Where do you want to go for dinner in the women go is needed to make a decision. Right? But I don't like it. I'll tell you but make a decision instead of times. I've had that argument with with some dating like I forgot to tell you, I don't like that. I'm going to change my mind you're going to say let's get Chinese food and I'm gonna say I want Italian but it doesn't matter. I just want you to make a decision cuz make a decision. Yeah, and that is super hard cuz that goes back to the man same. Maybe I'll do something wrong. And one thing I've been preaching to men for quite some time in marriage therapy. And otherwise, is that a woman's reaction to anything that a man does does not determine the rightness or wrongness of the thing man did write the man says, let's go get Chinese. You said I was thinking Italian he didn't do anything wrong cuz you had a different wage. Opinion on that. So this is you know, the work that I do with men is learning as a you know, start living life on your terms live life the way you want them live it and invite a great woman to come tag along with you to come join in your great life. Don't try to figure out how do I fit into her life? How do I make her happy? How do I make her want to be my girlfriend? I want to suck Ur clothes off. Don't worry about that stuff. You live your great life lead give her the chance to follow now. Here's the thing with that what if they're already in a relationship and all of a sudden? They're learning about this. How long does that take? Do all of a sudden they just come home and they're like, maybe like a big daddy 301 is here is here and she's like in leading this whole time. Yeah. So how does how do you do you get that like that leading birth? That is such a good question. When I wrote no more mister. Nice guy. I wrote in there I said when I started working with nice guys, and and because it does shake up a relationship if they're in one thousand. It shakes up everything, you know, the guy starts setting boundaries or starts asking for what he wants or start saying no or start spending more time with his guy friends, you know starts pursuing his his passion is going to shake things up and and I say in the book that I when I first started seeing this I gave relationships about a fifty-fifty chance that they would survive the the guy doing a nice guy recovery and I write in the book then over time. I started giving it more of a 60-40 that it wasn't going to work. And by the time I wrote book, I'd 7030. I'm about at 8020 now home and you know, we're kind of laughing about it. But the truth is yeah if if a couple of gotten together and fallen into a routine that that is some level is comfortable. Serve them even if it's painful and toxic it could be challenging to break that up. So mental asked me a lot of times say well sure. I show my wife or my girlfriend your book. I'm gonna go by all means, why am a copy, you know, let them have a copy and let them start underlining and writing in it and you tell them what it is that you're wanting to work on and what you're learning and how you want to be in this world. And and you know, do this is a team effort and in my experience. I'm a say in general women like my book, you know, when the book up published. I think the Publishers are thoughts going to create this big controversial but it never did. I maybe have gotten three angry emails from women in twenty years so women like the book cuz it's teaching men can be honest and transparent and and you know good men. Not not just pleasing nice guys. So I have found that a lot of women are really supportive of this work log. I got to visit a couple had worked with a number of years ago. I started working with the man over time and then he met the woman they got married. They're they're like 50, so they're both like second marriage for each of them and they came down to Puerto Vallarta where I live and did some work with me a few years ago and I forgot to visit them about three weeks ago and and the woman said to me says Robert finished that other book you're working on around what I call positive emotional tension women tend to like the stuff that I teach and couples therapy. You know, when I would start with the man just like in dance class, you gotta start with the lead, you gotta show them how to leave where the followers got nothing to lead. So I start with the man and I get the big two-by-four out smack him upside the head and say, okay, here's how women are wired. Here's what's important to them. Here's what most men get wrong. And here's what we're going to work on and usually the women have gone to look at their husbands or boyfriend and go this guy gets women. I like him. And so So when I found his women are pretty supportive of this Dynamic and many men had told me. Hey my wife gave me your book my ex-wife gave me your book an ex girlfriend gave me your book off. So women are spreading the word and they want men that they can trust that they can depend on who will set the tone and Lead who they can open up and Trust. Yeah because it's an honest with themselves and how can they be honest in a relationship if I can't depend on you to open up and tell me like what's going on? What you need? How can we be a team song? Yeah. I'm very obviously have apple and I are huge fans of the book. Yeah, and another point you talk about in one of your chapters and the no more mister nice guy book is with with life in general, right? I am a true believer that women look at sex differently than men look at 6 and men look at sex differently and intimacy is emotional for women, right? So we need our emotional needs to be met off. Order to want to have sex either with our partner or in our marriage whatever the case may be and sometimes those marriages can end up dying down and then we look up as sometimes what I've seen as well is that the men is looking at this as my wife isn't having sex with me. So I need to push for sex in order to feed the validation from within me. Right and so the woman was like, oh, I'm just not there mentally emotionally because of XYZ. I'm going through a hard time in life. And so what happens is he pushes more so than the relationship gets disconnected when they really weren't disconnected really in the first place. Yeah, but since the sex was pushed it was more and then I've seen that Spectrum happened in a lot of you know people that we work with and then the other spectrum is I mean to have sex with my wife in order to know that she's happy. So then he have a guy that's cleaning the house doing things for the kid. I mean, there's been doing everything. I I was a guy at one time. I was I look I did the dishes look at all this and log My zip I did ex-wife would walk in. How come you haven't wipe the counters off and I haven't finished yet. Now we have sex. I've been there. I've been there were boarded the response that is completely different and you actually talk about this in your book, you know, there's there's so many Dynamics the whole, you know, since we're kind of, you know, kind of leaning towards longer-term relationship here. There's so many dynamics that go into this great book by Esther perel called mating in captivity says it actually intimacy and hot sex don't play em together now intimacy mean we know each other really well, we've gotten comfortable with each other. We've got a predictability to our life the thing that most relationship experts Point couples torque. We have great communication. We work things out or great team, but she says that actually works against the polarity of having, you know, really great hot sex. And so, you know, it's almost dead. I don't think we have to choose one or the other. She's not saying that but we do need to know that in those long-term relationships kind of the Mormon that just be together starts to feel routine that starts to take a bath the sex now there's a lot of other things that they can go in to this change. Sometimes it's is the man is is a lazy lover or a city lover. You know, he just thinks poking his partner, you know, Thursday is a way to do it. Sometimes he's using his own emotional neediness and approaching her to get sex like doing the the kitchen thing and now have sex when they have sex with me and what I found is that a women don't necessarily reject the desire their partner to have sex. They reject the neediness. That's behind it. Come validate me make feel okay by having sex with me think they pushed that away off like no women don't want that that that's that hose hooked up to them where their Partners going to, you know, fuck them and say, okay. I'm loved I'm good, you know, whatever other pieces job. Go into this as well part of it, you know going back a little bit of clarity we've touched on is that most women and culture nowadays are in their masculine so much. They're doing all the time. They getting ready to go work. They go to work deal with customers, you know co-workers management, then I got to get back home from work. Now there's dishes to be done dinners. And if there's kids most often parenting is masculine doing the kids need to get their homework done. They need to have a bath and you'd have dinner they need to get the bed and then, you know, the man gets in bed that night gives her a little shoulder rub off and she's going. Oh no one more thing I've got to do and that's how it feels right feels like oh, I gotta do one more thing which is again masculine and the deepest thoughts and desires to be done its to be open and blessed and but if if a woman has been so much in her masculine all day. There's most women off. Good at making that switch. Right? So one of the things that I teach men guys sent, you know say guys new in a relationship or beshi long-term relationship part of our masculine leadership is leading our partner back into her feminine laughter that feminine State and you know, that might mean she comes home. And first thing you say sit down you take you sit down take your shoes off rubber feet say five minutes, you're on the clock tell me about your day. You got my undivided attention and she gets to you know, decompress or feed her being rubbed. This isn't There's No Agenda. If you're right. This isn't the get her in mood for later on if you get her slowed down out of being in that masculine, I put a quote in no more mister nice guy by a lesbian feminist. A lot of feminists don't like her cuz she actually likes men and I'm glad to hear you guys say do too but she's the quote I use it says that the typical woman out. Workplace is just going going and if she doesn't get throttled that back when she comes home. She's going to castrate everything in the home and not because the woman needs to they're just like this needs to be let's get that to you know, it's just like that and so masculine Leadership can be just okay, you know, what are your room change your clothes go put on your sweats, you know, I've said a glass of wine out or go take a bath go read a book go, you know something that let her just get out of that fast. Got to do got a good you gotta do and then often as you said optional needs I think women have a deep need to be heard to seen. I think if a woman knows she's heard and seen that we guys think that might mean listening to them complain all night long and I give an exact. I was dating a woman few years ago. I met her at the mall. She sold me shoes how I met her and so we started dating and so early on some of our dates would go to like a Ruth's Chris restaurant off. And go to happy hour and have a hamburger when she got off work in the mall. There was connected each other so she'd come over and she'd been working all day and and selling shoes or apparel and she just starting complaining, you know, the customers the management of this and maybe if she talked to her mother that day she'd be in a she's always had a pissy mood after I learned after she talked to other so, you know, she'd come in and sit down and be completely I've already got the two glasses of wine in front of us and I realized you know right date. So I just I took my phone out. Like I said, put it out set the timer for five minutes and said we're on a date. I know you just got off work of my undivided attention for five minutes. Give it all to me and like about two or three minutes in she was done it was enough and and then like she and I've had other women thank God for creating that container that they could just decompress get it all out. I wasn't going to fix anything. They just had you know, my undivided attention for x amount of time and dead. Then she could relax and then we'd have a good evening. So that's you know, it's just an example of the masks and Leadership one of the things that I teach all men and I've taught all the women in my life is full of open the door for them, you know, a woman taught me that about fifteen sixteen Seventeen years ago. She just said hey, you know, I never know if you can open my door not just I don't care what you do either open it every time or Dome. Well, no, that's all right. I'm going to open it so car doors office or stored or whatever. I've taught all the women in my life. Wait, I will open the door. I'll come open your I'll put you in the office completely out of the car. Now. The woman doesn't need me to open her door, but it's it creates a little bit of polarity. I'm the doing it done two. It's not a big deal, but I found that it's profound and I found at each guy says do it, but do it consistently cuz the first time you forget to come around and open her door the first time you forget to open again. She's going to just sit there Staffing. They're going. Hey, you taught me this, you know, so so they you know, the feminine wants that consistency, but that little thing I found personally is so powerful my mum even waits for me to open her door. First time. I did it. She said if I waited my dad's been dead for eleven years. So if I waited for your dad to open my door, I'd still be waiting I said, okay, but I'm opening your life. You know, my granddaughter is should be fourteen next month. She wakes up on her door, you know, she loves what she loves One Big Papi comes around so she loves when Granddad, and it opens the door for so now those again, you know, women can open their own doors women can you know probably decompress in their own ways, but I found that say gift we men can get the women with no attachment is not to get them. Okay, you talk about your problems. We're gonna have sex now, right, you know, it's not about that and talking about the pushing for sex on you mention. I teach men never ever push a woman for sex now cuz I'm such a nice guy and I'm you know, you know doing my oh look at me. I'm a good guy because with a few horrible women have been poked at their entire lives. And since yeah, there's a reason hashtag me to exist women have been poked and I have found if a man is in his masculine setting the tone and leading being himself creating polarity. He doesn't have to push a woman for sex. I felt that the women are often sexual aggressor with me since I you know, got divorced twenty years ago and started Living, you know, this way with women every woman I've been with is one in more sex than me. I never put a woman for sex ever, but cuz here's the thing. I tell guys whether they're you know, so first time they're trying to get a woman have sex or long-term relationship if the woman for any reason. And has her foot on the break free. Maybe maybe you're on a first or second date and maybe she's didn't shave down there. Or maybe she's on her. Or maybe she's just not ready yet. She knows she's going to have sex with u age she's just not ready yet. So the foot she goes is going to happen but not yet foots on the brake and I told men if you have your foot on the gas and she knows you're pushing person again doesn't matter if it's a second date or you've been married twenty years if she knows you're pushing for sex and her foot's even just a little bit on the break. Guess what she's going to do now, push harder on the brake and all guys. You don't want a woman pushing harder on the sex break. So pushing a woman for sex. Not only thing is violating but it doesn't serve you. Well in the woman doesn't feel loved and it doesn't Make Her Say Yeah penetrate me. Do me fuk to God. I'm ready there like this song. They're like this so I know that's confusing. The men's we want a formula we want. Okay, tell me the three steps, but I found that if the guy games setting the tone needing creating the polarity inviting the woman into that feminine space. She's the one that's already planning about when they're going to have sex. Yeah you guys on your head. Yeah, that you know is absolutely I can agree with this more. I'm so happy. I hear you saying this as well, you know, Natalie built a products all around this master is called bedroom, and she talks so much about this polarity and there's something that was out and we talked about this very openly it's called last minute resistance and it was something that pushed in to pick up Community back home. And we've had a lot of guys get in trouble for this and it's about pushing the woman to have sex if she doesn't want to and a lot of times what I've noticed too and what you're saying is the energy behind them. Is is relationship or not relationship first or second date? It's the woman will be able to intuitive intuitively feel if you're pressing the brakes or if you're putting the gas on. Yeah. Yeah, if you're off the formula exactly. So if you're pushing excuse me, so it's not about having. Oh I need to do this specific formula. It's about just embodying. You're like you really knowing who you are as a young man and really standing up to that and positioning herself in that way and I tell like men this all the time and I remind them, you know, you as a guy can probably walk outside of a neighborhood. That's maybe not so good at 10:00 at night. But as a Woman by yourself and a black shirt if you wanted to doesn't matter, but as a woman we can't do that without feeling like we're going to be in trouble. I tell mid all the time to really understand what you you're saying right now. I tell men ask any woman, you know that she feel safe walking in her own neighborhood at night well and Thursday No, the majority of women are going to say ha don't do it. And you know, I'll even you know here in Puerto Vallarta where I live see a woman walking at night on a dark Street by yourself. I'm thinking woman. What were you thinking back? And you know again, I'm not saying that in any way justify like what the whole rape culture thing, but women have never felt safe walking the planet and I told men if you understand that women by nature or security seeking creatures and trust is everything. I was actually doing an interview one time with a couple of women on a television show more Middle Ages actually known no Ashok. So I went to the radio Studios was talking to them and I made the comment on a commercial break that I said. tell men I said if you fuck with a woman's trust you're going to fuck with her lust and the new ones that thought. Oh, yeah, you need to say that when we come back from break and I said guys say that on the radio and they go so if you mess with the woman's trust you're going to mess with the woman's lust and it was funny. Probably about two or three years. Years later, I walked into a coffee shop in the area that lived and and one of those women who did the interview was sitting talking to somebody else that I knew was actually she was a dating coach as well relationship coach wage and she wakes Robert you remember me? I said, yeah. Yeah, I did a radio interview with you just I've got to tell you when said that thing about, you know messing with a woman's trust you mess with their lust she goes I'm you know, fifty-something years old been married for thirty years. I went home told my husband that she said as a woman, I'd never put that two and together in my own head that trust was so essential to open sex is vulnerable for a woman you're getting poked and prodded and penetrated in every way and to enjoy that you've got to let go. Let go you've got to trust and I mean women can bypass that they get drunk enough. They can pray fantasy. They can get into you know, some old trauma-related. You know, I'm with the Jersey And it's saying yeah, but to truly open up an experienced the depth of bliss of and when I say penetration, I don't just mean the guy jack hammer in the woman, you know with this 24/7 hard on. It's about the man bringing all of his Consciousness and presents open heartedness and groundedness and passion bringing all of that yet. Natalie's over there. Yeah. Well, yeah more important because that's the thing is like we were talking about before is the masculine energy. Is that penetrating energy, but as a woman it's all interconnected with how we're feeling and letting go of that guard but also if a man is in that neediness energy needing to validate needing to do this in your intention isn't honest behind why you're even trying to penetrate us a pick up all of your energy you're literally going inside of us. So if I'm sitting there dating a guy and I sleep with him and he's got past trauma. He doesn't love himself. He's you know insecure and he's just trying to log Need to have sex with him validate himself. Now. What was that energy in me? I gotta deal with that kind of pick up your energy now like carry on about my day. So when when you are talking about just that simple thing of like when a woman comes home and you're like they there's a glass of wine for you go change into something comfortable. You've got me for five minutes. It's that and there's no intention behind Old Testament know about that right? There is sexy to a woman and why we would be the ones to initiate sex later because that is sexy to us that right. There is a we get to trust you will just break down anything those break that down even more for men cuz social appears that thing. So yeah again, we'll go back. Let's let's talk about a guy on let's say they got into a third date with woman, you know, and he hears like, you know open he gets laid that night, you know, so he's doing all the stuff to push it and and you know as women you of course know you know why we take out right off. To see you naked that's the whole reason we take you out and you know that, you know, you're not dumb, you know, you know, of course you're not, you know, we're ready. We were that special lingerie off likely, you know, so so and and now that's the point. I really want to make, you know, when you're ready. It's going to happen and I tell guys, okay listen. A woman knows within the first 30 seconds of meeting a guy if there's a possibility she's going to wear that sexy lingerie, right? I can't know for sure if she's going to she just knows if there's not a possibility and you know, then all the guys from there they use the nice guy seduction or the pick up stuff or trying to buy you enough drinks hoping that'll yeah with some wage their insecurities and their alcohol issues. It does happen. But the woman know so I tell the guy so you really don't have to make this happen as Chris Rock Says just don't say anything really stupid. Don't mess up. Right. So the woman knows if it's going to happen right or not. She no she doesn't know when but and and you know, because of all the cultural slut-shaming off and have to Cana like, well I want to do it right now, but I'm going to give it, you know, 15 more minutes before I get, you know, put on the laundry because you know, have to culturally blah blah a bunch of noise, but it off What is so so I tell guys think about it this way if she already in her mind is entertained the idea. She's going to wear that lingerie with you. You don't have to push. All you have to do is show up be you, you know, bring that good vibe cuz you women are so sensitive to energy. Yeah. Yeah, I'll be playful be affectionate took her hand and lead her oldest a way for me to open your door invite her into your great life or she gets to see this guy's got a fucking great life. I'm not talking about a great apartment a great cook. I mean those could be part of it. But that you've got friends. You've got a life. You're you're a social animal you you take care of yourself. Let her see that part of your life. You keep getting the tone and leading what I found when I was dating again. I never pushed a woman for sex put never pushed him to get naked, but I am very affectionate and I will set the tone and I will be Adventures. And I will call a woman up and say I'm at your house in 30 minutes be ready to go. I will do those kinds of things. And what I found is then the women put their foot on the gas and and off, you know, either dropping the innuendo about sex or say come over to dinner in my house Friday night, you know, then, you know, she's going to have the lingerie ready. So I tell them don't push cuz you don't have to you don't have to now that doesn't mean I don't tell I tell guys but that don't mean to be passive, you know be know, assert yourself be bold and when the dog opens by all means walk through that door now you may have to do something like, you know, the woman's, you know been making little innuendo you may just have to do the Bold thing and my kind of was all right, you know take your clothes off and go get in my bed. Oh, I can't believe you're telling me what to do, you know what to do. So I tell men her to do what she already wants to do. Now that again that's not like oh you're going to read her mind off. You guys you you gals send the signals when it's time when you're ready. You're not that hard like me use our mouths. We we think you know those thoughts your hand might end up on his crotch outside of his jeans. There's some signal for the guy to say it happens. It happens and for the guy to say, but I've had to say women this is as far we can go in a public setting somewhere else. So if you do that, Yeah, that's amazing. I definitely oh man, this is so good. I'm like my mind is like

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No More Mr. Nice Guy | Robert Glover | Write Your Legend Podcast with Apollonia Ponti and Natalie Stavola - burst 01

Write Your Legend

28:10 min | 7 months ago

No More Mr. Nice Guy | Robert Glover | Write Your Legend Podcast with Apollonia Ponti and Natalie Stavola - burst 01

"She will, you know, she's strong needs to be done. And so the thing that I learned is that a woman can't follow her a man doesn't lead that's true on the Dancefloor. It's is true in relationship. Now that leadership is not dead. Do it my way, you know, it's not about that that kind of controlling dominance. It's just showing up with a plan and having a sense of confidence about you that you know where you're going and you invite the woman to come along same on the dance floor is it I'm not going to ask the woman in between each move every step. Do you want to have this done now? Would you like a cross body move? Should I do a pretzel with you? Should I know I'm just going to lead her and if she likes the way I lead she's going to relax into that and follow and be blessed by that. If you don't like the way I lead single find another partner to dance with that's fine that it works. Well, but if I don't lead we're just going to stand there on the Dance Floor, you know kind of looking at each other until one of us gets bored and walks away. So that leadership is crucial and when I found when guys are trying to figure out what to make what to do make a woman happy and pleased or there's no real leadership. It's like I said be like me asking a woman every move. What do you want to next? do you want today off? And you're laughing cuz I've asked women in front of men. I'm teaching I'll say do you like it? Well, what do you like when your man says what do you want to tonight? You want to go out? Where do you want to go for dinner in the women go is needed to make a decision. Right? But I don't like it. I'll tell you but make a decision instead of times. I've had that argument with with some dating like I forgot to tell you, I don't like that. I'm going to change my mind you're going to say let's get Chinese food and I'm gonna say I want Italian but it doesn't matter. I just want you to make a decision cuz make a decision. Yeah, and that is super hard cuz that goes back to the man same. Maybe I'll do something wrong. And one thing I've been preaching to men for quite some time in marriage therapy. And otherwise, is that a woman's reaction to anything that a man does does not determine the rightness or wrongness of the thing man did write the man says, let's go get Chinese. You said I was thinking Italian he didn't do anything wrong cuz you had a different wage. Opinion on that. So this is you know, the work that I do with men is learning as a you know, start living life on your terms live life the way you want them live it and invite a great woman to come tag along with you to come join in your great life. Don't try to figure out how do I fit into her life? How do I make her happy? How do I make her want to be my girlfriend? I want to suck Ur clothes off. Don't worry about that stuff. You live your great life lead give her the chance to follow now. Here's the thing with that what if they're already in a relationship and all of a sudden? They're learning about this. How long does that take? Do all of a sudden they just come home and they're like, maybe like a big daddy 301 is here is here and she's like in leading this whole time. Yeah. So how does how do you do you get that like that leading birth? That is such a good question. When I wrote no more mister. Nice guy. I wrote in there I said when I started working with nice guys, and and because it does shake up a relationship if they're in one thousand. It shakes up everything, you know, the guy starts setting boundaries or starts asking for what he wants or start saying no or start spending more time with his guy friends, you know starts pursuing his his passion is going to shake things up and and I say in the book that I when I first started seeing this I gave relationships about a fifty-fifty chance that they would survive the the guy doing a nice guy recovery and I write in the book then over time. I started giving it more of a 60-40 that it wasn't going to work. And by the time I wrote book, I'd 7030. I'm about at 8020 now home and you know, we're kind of laughing about it. But the truth is yeah if if a couple of gotten together and fallen into a routine that that is some level is comfortable. Serve them even if it's painful and toxic it could be challenging to break that up. So mental asked me a lot of times say well sure. I show my wife or my girlfriend your book. I'm gonna go by all means, why am a copy, you know, let them have a copy and let them start underlining and writing in it and you tell them what it is that you're wanting to work on and what you're learning and how you want to be in this world. And and you know, do this is a team effort and in my experience. I'm a say in general women like my book, you know, when the book up published. I think the Publishers are thoughts going to create this big controversial but it never did. I maybe have gotten three angry emails from women in twenty years so women like the book cuz it's teaching men can be honest and transparent and and you know good men. Not not just pleasing nice guys. So I have found that a lot of women are really supportive of this work log. I got to visit a couple had worked with a number of years ago. I started working with the man over time and then he met the woman they got married. They're they're like 50, so they're both like second marriage for each of them and they came down to Puerto Vallarta where I live and did some work with me a few years ago and I forgot to visit them about three weeks ago and and the woman said to me says Robert finished that other book you're working on around what I call positive emotional tension women tend to like the stuff that I teach and couples therapy. You know, when I would start with the man just like in dance class, you gotta start with the lead, you gotta show them how to leave where the followers got nothing to lead. So I start with the man and I get the big two-by-four out smack him upside the head and say, okay, here's how women are wired. Here's what's important to them. Here's what most men get wrong. And here's what we're going to work on and usually the women have gone to look at their husbands or boyfriend and go this guy gets women. I like him. And so So when I found his women are pretty supportive of this Dynamic and many men had told me. Hey my wife gave me your book my ex-wife gave me your book an ex girlfriend gave me your book off. So women are spreading the word and they want men that they can trust that they can depend on who will set the tone and Lead who they can open up and Trust. Yeah because it's an honest with themselves and how can they be honest in a relationship if I can't depend on you to open up and tell me like what's going on? What you need? How can we be a team song? Yeah. I'm very obviously have apple and I are huge fans of the book. Yeah, and another point you talk about in one of your chapters and the no more mister nice guy book is with with life in general, right? I am a true believer that women look at sex differently than men look at 6 and men look at sex differently and intimacy is emotional for women, right? So we need our emotional needs to be met off. Order to want to have sex either with our partner or in our marriage whatever the case may be and sometimes those marriages can end up dying down and then we look up as sometimes what I've seen as well is that the men is looking at this as my wife isn't having sex with me. So I need to push for sex in order to feed the validation from within me. Right and so the woman was like, oh, I'm just not there mentally emotionally because of XYZ. I'm going through a hard time in life. And so what happens is he pushes more so than the relationship gets disconnected when they really weren't disconnected really in the first place. Yeah, but since the sex was pushed it was more and then I've seen that Spectrum happened in a lot of you know people that we work with and then the other spectrum is I mean to have sex with my wife in order to know that she's happy. So then he have a guy that's cleaning the house doing things for the kid. I mean, there's been doing everything. I I was a guy at one time. I was I look I did the dishes look at all this and log My zip I did ex-wife would walk in. How come you haven't wipe the counters off and I haven't finished yet. Now we have sex. I've been there. I've been there were boarded the response that is completely different and you actually talk about this in your book, you know, there's there's so many Dynamics the whole, you know, since we're kind of, you know, kind of leaning towards longer-term relationship here. There's so many dynamics that go into this great book by Esther perel called mating in captivity says it actually intimacy and hot sex don't play em together now intimacy mean we know each other really well, we've gotten comfortable with each other. We've got a predictability to our life the thing that most relationship experts Point couples torque. We have great communication. We work things out or great team, but she says that actually works against the polarity of having, you know, really great hot sex. And so, you know, it's almost dead. I don't think we have to choose one or the other. She's not saying that but we do need to know that in those long-term relationships kind of the Mormon that just be together starts to feel routine that starts to take a bath the sex now there's a lot of other things that they can go in to this change. Sometimes it's is the man is is a lazy lover or a city lover. You know, he just thinks poking his partner, you know, Thursday is a way to do it. Sometimes he's using his own emotional neediness and approaching her to get sex like doing the the kitchen thing and now have sex when they have sex with me and what I found is that a women don't necessarily reject the desire their partner to have sex. They reject the neediness. That's behind it. Come validate me make feel okay by having sex with me think they pushed that away off like no women don't want that that that's that hose hooked up to them where their Partners going to, you know, fuck them and say, okay. I'm loved I'm good, you know, whatever other pieces job. Go into this as well part of it, you know going back a little bit of clarity we've touched on is that most women and culture nowadays are in their masculine so much. They're doing all the time. They getting ready to go work. They go to work deal with customers, you know co-workers management, then I got to get back home from work. Now there's dishes to be done dinners. And if there's kids most often parenting is masculine doing the kids need to get their homework done. They need to have a bath and you'd have dinner they need to get the bed and then, you know, the man gets in bed that night gives her a little shoulder rub off and she's going. Oh no one more thing I've got to do and that's how it feels right feels like oh, I gotta do one more thing which is again masculine and the deepest thoughts and desires to be done its to be open and blessed and but if if a woman has been so much in her masculine all day. There's most women off. Good at making that switch. Right? So one of the things that I teach men guys sent, you know say guys new in a relationship or beshi long-term relationship part of our masculine leadership is leading our partner back into her feminine laughter that feminine State and you know, that might mean she comes home. And first thing you say sit down you take you sit down take your shoes off rubber feet say five minutes, you're on the clock tell me about your day. You got my undivided attention and she gets to you know, decompress or feed her being rubbed. This isn't There's No Agenda. If you're right. This isn't the get her in mood for later on if you get her slowed down out of being in that masculine, I put a quote in no more mister nice guy by a lesbian feminist. A lot of feminists don't like her cuz she actually likes men and I'm glad to hear you guys say do too but she's the quote I use it says that the typical woman out. Workplace is just going going and if she doesn't get throttled that back when she comes home. She's going to castrate everything in the home and not because the woman needs to they're just like this needs to be let's get that to you know, it's just like that and so masculine Leadership can be just okay, you know, what are your room change your clothes go put on your sweats, you know, I've said a glass of wine out or go take a bath go read a book go, you know something that let her just get out of that fast. Got to do got a good you gotta do and then often as you said optional needs I think women have a deep need to be heard to seen. I think if a woman knows she's heard and seen that we guys think that might mean listening to them complain all night long and I give an exact. I was dating a woman few years ago. I met her at the mall. She sold me shoes how I met her and so we started dating and so early on some of our dates would go to like a Ruth's Chris restaurant off. And go to happy hour and have a hamburger when she got off work in the mall. There was connected each other so she'd come over and she'd been working all day and and selling shoes or apparel and she just starting complaining, you know, the customers the management of this and maybe if she talked to her mother that day she'd be in a she's always had a pissy mood after I learned after she talked to other so, you know, she'd come in and sit down and be completely I've already got the two glasses of wine in front of us and I realized you know right date. So I just I took my phone out. Like I said, put it out set the timer for five minutes and said we're on a date. I know you just got off work of my undivided attention for five minutes. Give it all to me and like about two or three minutes in she was done it was enough and and then like she and I've had other women thank God for creating that container that they could just decompress get it all out. I wasn't going to fix anything. They just had you know, my undivided attention for x amount of time and dead. Then she could relax and then we'd have a good evening. So that's you know, it's just an example of the masks and Leadership one of the things that I teach all men and I've taught all the women in my life is full of open the door for them, you know, a woman taught me that about fifteen sixteen Seventeen years ago. She just said hey, you know, I never know if you can open my door not just I don't care what you do either open it every time or Dome. Well, no, that's all right. I'm going to open it so car doors office or stored or whatever. I've taught all the women in my life. Wait, I will open the door. I'll come open your I'll put you in the office completely out of the car. Now. The woman doesn't need me to open her door, but it's it creates a little bit of polarity. I'm the doing it done two. It's not a big deal, but I found that it's profound and I found at each guy says do it, but do it consistently cuz the first time you forget to come around and open her door the first time you forget to open again. She's going to just sit there Staffing. They're going. Hey, you taught me this, you know, so so they you know, the feminine wants that consistency, but that little thing I found personally is so powerful my mum even waits for me to open her door. First time. I did it. She said if I waited my dad's been dead for eleven years. So if I waited for your dad to open my door, I'd still be waiting I said, okay, but I'm opening your life. You know, my granddaughter is should be fourteen next month. She wakes up on her door, you know, she loves what she loves One Big Papi comes around so she loves when Granddad, and it opens the door for so now those again, you know, women can open their own doors women can you know probably decompress in their own ways, but I found that say gift we men can get the women with no attachment is not to get them. Okay, you talk about your problems. We're gonna have sex now, right, you know, it's not about that and talking about the pushing for sex on you mention. I teach men never ever push a woman for sex now cuz I'm such a nice guy and I'm you know, you know doing my oh look at me. I'm a good guy because with a few horrible women have been poked at their entire lives. And since yeah, there's a reason hashtag me to exist women have been poked and I have found if a man is in his masculine setting the tone and leading being himself creating polarity. He doesn't have to push a woman for sex. I felt that the women are often sexual aggressor with me since I you know, got divorced twenty years ago and started Living, you know, this way with women every woman I've been with is one in more sex than me. I never put a woman for sex ever, but cuz here's the thing. I tell guys whether they're you know, so first time they're trying to get a woman have sex or long-term relationship if the woman for any reason. And has her foot on the break free. Maybe maybe you're on a first or second date and maybe she's didn't shave down there. Or maybe she's on her. Or maybe she's just not ready yet. She knows she's going to have sex with u age she's just not ready yet. So the foot she goes is going to happen but not yet foots on the brake and I told men if you have your foot on the gas and she knows you're pushing person again doesn't matter if it's a second date or you've been married twenty years if she knows you're pushing for sex and her foot's even just a little bit on the break. Guess what she's going to do now, push harder on the brake and all guys. You don't want a woman pushing harder on the sex break. So pushing a woman for sex. Not only thing is violating but it doesn't serve you. Well in the woman doesn't feel loved and it doesn't Make Her Say Yeah penetrate me. Do me fuk to God. I'm ready there like this song. They're like this so I know that's confusing. The men's we want a formula we want. Okay, tell me the three steps, but I found that if the guy games setting the tone needing creating the polarity inviting the woman into that feminine space. She's the one that's already planning about when they're going to have sex. Yeah you guys on your head. Yeah, that you know is absolutely I can agree with this more. I'm so happy. I hear you saying this as well, you know, Natalie built a products all around this master is called bedroom, and she talks so much about this polarity and there's something that was out and we talked about this very openly it's called last minute resistance and it was something that pushed in to pick up Community back home. And we've had a lot of guys get in trouble for this and it's about pushing the woman to have sex if she doesn't want to and a lot of times what I've noticed too and what you're saying is the energy behind them. Is is relationship or not relationship first or second date? It's the woman will be able to intuitive intuitively feel if you're pressing the brakes or if you're putting the gas on. Yeah. Yeah, if you're off the formula exactly. So if you're pushing excuse me, so it's not about having. Oh I need to do this specific formula. It's about just embodying. You're like you really knowing who you are as a young man and really standing up to that and positioning herself in that way and I tell like men this all the time and I remind them, you know, you as a guy can probably walk outside of a neighborhood. That's maybe not so good at 10:00 at night. But as a Woman by yourself and a black shirt if you wanted to doesn't matter, but as a woman we can't do that without feeling like we're going to be in trouble. I tell mid all the time to really understand what you you're saying right now. I tell men ask any woman, you know that she feel safe walking in her own neighborhood at night well and Thursday No, the majority of women are going to say ha don't do it. And you know, I'll even you know here in Puerto Vallarta where I live see a woman walking at night on a dark Street by yourself. I'm thinking woman. What were you thinking back? And you know again, I'm not saying that in any way justify like what the whole rape culture thing, but women have never felt safe walking the planet and I told men if you understand that women by nature or security seeking creatures and trust is everything. I was actually doing an interview one time with a couple of women on a television show more Middle Ages actually known no Ashok. So I went to the radio Studios was talking to them and I made the comment on a commercial break that I said. tell men I said if you fuck with a woman's trust you're going to fuck with her lust and the new ones that thought. Oh, yeah, you need to say that when we come back from break and I said guys say that on the radio and they go so if you mess with the woman's trust you're going to mess with the woman's lust and it was funny. Probably about two or three years. Years later, I walked into a coffee shop in the area that lived and and one of those women who did the interview was sitting talking to somebody else that I knew was actually she was a dating coach as well relationship coach wage and she wakes Robert you remember me? I said, yeah. Yeah, I did a radio interview with you just I've got to tell you when said that thing about, you know messing with a woman's trust you mess with their lust she goes I'm you know, fifty-something years old been married for thirty years. I went home told my husband that she said as a woman, I'd never put that two and together in my own head that trust was so essential to open sex is vulnerable for a woman you're getting poked and prodded and penetrated in every way and to enjoy that you've got to let go. Let go you've got to trust and I mean women can bypass that they get drunk enough. They can pray fantasy. They can get into you know, some old trauma-related. You know, I'm with the Jersey And it's saying yeah, but to truly open up an experienced the depth of bliss of and when I say penetration, I don't just mean the guy jack hammer in the woman, you know with this 24/7 hard on. It's about the man bringing all of his Consciousness and presents open heartedness and groundedness and passion bringing all of that yet. Natalie's over there. Yeah. Well, yeah more important because that's the thing is like we were talking about before is the masculine energy. Is that penetrating energy, but as a woman it's all interconnected with how we're feeling and letting go of that guard but also if a man is in that neediness energy needing to validate needing to do this in your intention isn't honest behind why you're even trying to penetrate us a pick up all of your energy you're literally going inside of us. So if I'm sitting there dating a guy and I sleep with him and he's got past trauma. He doesn't love himself. He's you know insecure and he's just trying to log Need to have sex with him validate himself. Now. What was that energy in me? I gotta deal with that kind of pick up your energy now like carry on about my day. So when when you are talking about just that simple thing of like when a woman comes home and you're like they there's a glass of wine for you go change into something comfortable. You've got me for five minutes. It's that and there's no intention behind Old Testament know about that right? There is sexy to a woman and why we would be the ones to initiate sex later because that is sexy to us that right. There is a we get to trust you will just break down anything those break that down even more for men cuz social appears that thing. So yeah again, we'll go back. Let's let's talk about a guy on let's say they got into a third date with woman, you know, and he hears like, you know open he gets laid that night, you know, so he's doing all the stuff to push it and and you know as women you of course know you know why we take out right off. To see you naked that's the whole reason we take you out and you know that, you know, you're not dumb, you know, you know, of course you're not, you know, we're ready. We were that special lingerie off likely, you know, so so and and now that's the point. I really want to make, you know, when you're ready. It's going to happen and I tell guys, okay listen. A woman knows within the first 30 seconds of meeting a guy if there's a possibility she's going to wear that sexy lingerie, right? I can't know for sure if she's going to she just knows if there's not a possibility and you know, then all the guys from there they use the nice guy seduction or the pick up stuff or trying to buy you enough drinks hoping that'll yeah with some wage their insecurities and their alcohol issues. It does happen. But the woman know so I tell the guy so you really don't have to make this happen as Chris Rock Says just don't say anything really stupid. Don't mess up. Right. So the woman knows if it's going to happen right or not. She no she doesn't know when but and and you know, because of all the cultural slut-shaming off and have to Cana like, well I want to do it right now, but I'm going to give it, you know, 15 more minutes before I get, you know, put on the laundry because you know, have to culturally blah blah a bunch of noise, but it off What is so so I tell guys think about it this way if she already in her mind is entertained the idea. She's going to wear that lingerie with you. You don't have to push. All you have to do is show up be you, you know, bring that good vibe cuz you women are so sensitive to energy. Yeah. Yeah, I'll be playful be affectionate took her hand and lead her oldest a way for me to open your door invite her into your great life or she gets to see this guy's got a fucking great life. I'm not talking about a great apartment a great cook. I mean those could be part of it. But that you've got friends. You've got a life. You're you're a social animal you you take care of yourself. Let her see that part of your life. You keep getting the tone and leading what I found when I was dating again. I never pushed a woman for sex put never pushed him to get naked, but I am very affectionate and I will set the tone and I will be Adventures. And I will call a woman up and say I'm at your house in 30 minutes be ready to go. I will do those kinds of things. And what I found is then the women put their foot on the gas and and off, you know, either dropping the innuendo about sex or say come over to dinner in my house Friday night, you know, then, you know, she's going to have the lingerie ready. So I tell them don't push cuz you don't have to you don't have to now that doesn't mean I don't tell I tell guys but that don't mean to be passive, you know be know, assert yourself be bold and when the dog opens by all means walk through that door now you may have to do something like, you know, the woman's, you know been making little innuendo you may just have to do the Bold thing and my kind of was all right, you know take your clothes off and go get in my bed. Oh, I can't believe you're telling me what to do, you know what to do. So I tell men her to do what she already wants to do. Now that again that's not like oh you're going to read her mind off. You guys you you gals send the signals when it's time when you're ready. You're not that hard like me use our mouths. We we think you know those thoughts your hand might end up on his crotch outside of his jeans. There's some signal for the guy to say it happens. It happens and for the guy to say, but I've had to say women this is as far we can go in a public setting somewhere else. So if you do that, Yeah, that's amazing. I definitely oh man, this is so good. I'm like my mind is like

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Nancy Levin is moving you from Vision to Fruition

Hay House Meditations

04:35 min | 7 months ago

Nancy Levin is moving you from Vision to Fruition

"Welcome to your moving from vision to fruition meditation I'm your Guide Nancy Levin. Take a moment here before we begin to get comfortable where you're sitting. And then gently close your eyes. And take some slow deep breaths. Allowing yourself to occupy this present moment. So that you can bask in the connection with yourself. That is available to you in every moment. Let each breath deepen. and spread. Let each breath ground you in the here and now. Giving yourself permission to take this time for you. And making a commitment to give yourself your own undivided attention. Allow yourself to tune into the voice of yearning and longing deep within you. Notice, the whispers. That you've not been listening to. Whispers that may even be screams by now. Simply use your breath to connect. With this part within you. That is yearning. And Longing. For Deep, satisfaction. Longing. To be. Listened to. This is the Voice of truth within. The voice that you've likely been silencing and shooing away. Invite this voice in and give it some airtime. Let yourself here what you've not been listening to. And with your next breath, get present to the distance between where you are now. And what you're longing for. Imagine yourself on an open field. Imagine. Standing in the open field and being able to see how big the gap is between. Your Life, right now and the life that you're longing for. Let yourself see the distance. Between the life you're living now and the life you're longing for and notice what you see in the way between where you are now and where you wanna be. Allowed the obstacle to reveal itself to you. And also. Notice, where you feel the distance and the obstacle in your body. With another deep breath. Imagine yourself being guided step by step from where you are right now. To where you want to be. Imagine wisdom support and guidance in whatever form. Presents itself to you? Allow yourself to see wisdom support and guidance. Guiding and supporting you from here to there.

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Sam Querrey on becoming a stay-at-home dad

The Tennis.com Podcast

08:36 min | 1 year ago

Sam Querrey on becoming a stay-at-home dad

"Our special guest is Sam. Query SAM is a thirty two year old ranked number forty five in the world who just welcomed his first child a baby boy in February with his wife. Abby Dixon he tells us what it's like to jump from full-time tennis pro two fulltime Dad. As a member of the council he has a lot of insight into all the decision. Making that's been happening regarding the schedules in twenty twenty. And he also laments the loss of Wimbledon as someone that has reached the semi-finals there in two thousand seventeen and the quarter finals twice. He's GonNa Miss The all England club a lot this year but you still has world team tennis to look forward to something that he prioritizes each year. He tells us why. So here's our episode with Sam Querying All Right Sam. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for joining us today. For having me. Let's kick off with number one question these days. How is this quarantine treating you? And what is life like in the Query Household You know it's the quarantines brutal like everyone else I mean. I know people have bigger problems when I got here at home but It's tough not playing tennis. Not Outside I feel bad for the rest of the US and the rest of the world so hopefully this all end in a in a few months and we can Flattened the curve as they say and as far as it goes for me and my wife and I have a five week old son at home. So we're keeping busy. You know up during the night or you know. Mostly her feen and You Know Swat on him gone on some neighborhood walk so he's keeping US busy. So that's the No the one good part for this is that I get to be home with my little newborn son where Norway to normal tennis schedule. I probably would have missed a handful of these first few months. Yeah your son was born from what I can tell February nineteenth. That is a very very newborn baby. You were not expecting to become a full-time father so quickly. Were you know we were? Actually you know we. We were down in the Indian Wells Tournament. We drove down my wife. My mother-in-law father-in-law. My parents were down there. The tournament got cancelled and and You know we. We drove back home. And then you know we've been home ever since I was planning on. Go to Miami. I'm going to Miami and Houston and kind of getting a little break. I guess you would call it away from waking up early and waking up during the evenings to help out but You know now I'm just at home during the full-time fulltime dad thing or as much as I can't do that you know the man doesn't. I don't offer that much to the child. At this point it is joined the whole thing. I mean this is your first child. It's very exciting. I mean tell us more about Ford. Where where'd you get that name from? Actually it's a very unique name. Yes it's a family named for my wife side. It's her grandmother's name. And so it Kinda popped up popped up in our heads a few months before he was born and we we both really liked it. And so we We stuck with it and so far. Being a dad is great. I've really looking forward to having kids for a while and so's my wife and so you know this process. It's definitely challenging. Like anyone would say with the you know trying to keep them happy and basically you know you need your undivided attention between one of us. Twenty four seven but it's really fulfilling and really fun and he. He slowly getting to the point where he's kind of having some little expressions on his face and smiles every now and then you can tell starting to look at you a little more We also have a one year old chocolate labs or trying to get the two of them to get along which is a little tricky right now but a hopefully they'll become friends and a couple of years. Technically you have two babies at home. Pretty much Yes exactly the dog obviously has more energy than any animal. I've ever seen in my life and then the baby Kinda sleeps all day. So they're they're kind of on opposite schedules which is funny but you know definitely adds a little twist things when you've got the one year old puppy to deal with as well of the positives that. I'm sure that you can see. Is that by having puppy? That is a chocolate lab and super energetic. Probably have a lot of time to go and exercise with him. Exactly we're going You know like a lot of the neighborhood where we live. I mean it when we we've gone on to three or four walks day and you see a bunch of kids their bikes out on skateboards and everyone kind of is leaving the house at some point or other during the day trying to get some exercise of course keeping away from each other. But it's a very active neighborhood right now. We've seen a lot of players finding creative ways to stay fit and even trying to maybe have Iraq in their hands and even hitting on little home tennis courts. Did you have a court? You can hit on nearby. That's safe so to speak or are you keeping the tennis spirit alive. Yes no I mean in Los Angeles. We're right now. There's a handful of people that have private tennis courts around. I didn't hit this last week. I'm not hitting this week but to pay on how long this kind of warranty lasts. I am going to have to find a court at some point and get some reps in so There's a couple of people I know that. Have accorded their house. I can open with a coach. Keep it to two or three people and and probably kind of get some reps in some tiny houses on my and things like that and then hopefully when things are are lifted and we have a little more freedom to walk around You know I can get back some more. A kind of Richmond in practice of some of the other pros. Do you WANNA get back. Start playing again. But you don't really have a reason to just yet so speaking of recording this a little bit ahead of the official news but it looks like Wimbledon. It's going to be cancelled. And you are someone that has absolutely thrived at the All England Club. You've made the semi-finals their quarterfinals. Twice a move like that. Are you shocked by having the Grassi's in now go yeah? I'm I'm really bombed? I saw it coming. I think everyone saw him coming You know we've got to get this virus under control but not only just because it's Wimbledon but every time it gets cancelled. It's it's such a huge bummer and You know like you said it's hard to start practicing because we don't know the start date of when we're gonNA play so it's not a let me answer a lot of players are now. You're not overly motivated to get in the gym and get on the Court. Because hey is are we gonNA play again in three months and six months in twelve months? So it's tough to time it so just got to kind of do your best to stay active and and hit when you can and and then once the You know once we know what's going on and we know. Hey we're GONNA start playing tennis October. I really for a player like me and I think most buyers if you have four to six weeks to prepare and practicing tim you can be back to your your high end playing level relatively soon exactly. I think that's that's a pretty good way to look at it but again I mean I'm still pretty stuck on this thing. You made the quarterfinals there last year. And now you know that the rankings are at this point frozen. Is it a massive relief thinking that you don't have to defend that no? I mean I'd rather I look. I'd rather I'd rather go play lose first round lose all the points and just be able to play Wimbledon to to miss. It is is worse than than worrying about defending points. I mean I know some people might be worried about that but for me. I'm not worried about defending points. I'd rather go out and lose. First Round of the next fifteen tournaments. I play but at least have the chance to play so I guess we're not exactly sure on the tour what we're doing the ranking jet as of now. They're frozen wants to get going again. We'RE GONNA determine how they're going to you know how points drop off how they're going to or how they're gonna go about doing the ranking system. So like I said I. I'm not worried about the points coming off and I would rather just play the council meetings. I mean it's it's hard to have everybody's opinions and different people shouting at different things at different ways on how to keep the points how to defend the points how to restructure the ranking system. Pretty much by the time we come back. Were you on the end of wanting to keep the freeze or were you against the freeze? Or what are your thoughts on the whole process on figuring out the ranking system? Yeah I'm for the freeze in. I'm on I'm on the player council assignment although the phone calls and things and there's so many different options in scenarios and we're trying to narrow down to the best one and the only thing that I can really say for sure is whatever solution we come to. It's not gonNa work for everyone. There's GonNa be people that benefit from it and people that don't benefit from it. So that's what makes this difficult as well as there's not going to be a perfect solution and that that's what tennis all sports all things alive. There's not going to be a perfect solution that fits everyone so everyone has to be somewhat flexible with whatever the decision is that the council sort the tour decides when it comes to the

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Quarantine Chat with the Reel Screeners

Talk Nerdy to Me

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Quarantine Chat with the Reel Screeners

"I have been I literally about fifteen twenty minutes ago watched the last episode of the Second Season of altered carbon which was released about a month ago or so on Netflix But I hadn't seen the first season so I spent a long time watching the first season. The second season finally finished it and man This is such a dense and such a layered Show it's a show that demands your undivided attention. It's a show that is It I liked the first season better than the second season. I have to say Agreem- you've seen you've seen the first season troy right. Yeah I really liked the per season the second season wasn't as compelling for me. I about halfway through it and if I don't finish it I'M NOT GONNA be upset so it was thinking about this. You know It's a lot. It was a lot to think about in just twenty minutes and I came up with you know the the reason I think the first season is stronger is because it has a lot more intrigue and things to discover This is a show that has a lot of twists and turns. And I like it for that reason So it's it's think think I like the first season to like Ridley Scott Particularly like blade runner and alien and then the second season is GonNa like in. The second season is more like a. Wachowski which house key brothers with like the Matrix. Although both seasons have you know characteristics or tones that you know we can compare to the Matrix but basically it's a Scifi show There's also anime. Anime influences in there A lot of ghost in the shell and so the premise of the show. For those of you that have not seen it Basically in the future Every human who was born can download their consciousness into a little chip that they call stack. And so basically you never die because as long as that stack is okay you you can just be put into a different body. Which in the show they call sleeves and it's a show about power struggles in. It's like it's like a detective story as well. And it has some film war elements In the new season in the second season Anthony Mackie who plays Falcon in the avengers? A key plays the main character. Takeshi batch. is his name Good acting all throughout a solid a storyline. The second season just falls kinda short for me a little bit because it just got a little convoluted and it's just really hard to follow at times because there's so much information and that's my my feeling about it but overall if you're a Scifi fan and you like the Matrix and you like you know really Scott Material James Cameron stuff. You should watch altered carbon in my opinion the I think the I think the second season. Kinda has that sophomore slumping. The first season is grabs you. Because it's all new. This is stuff you haven't seen before and then the second season you're already use that stuff that the interest in the first season so the second season asked to really step it up keep that same level of excitement and Like you said I mean the second season great acting cinematography was was good. It just is not a new concept commanding anymore. And I'm just Kinda Ma- about the second season I was that made me. They wrote themselves into a corner or anything. Like maybe over thinking it and trying to be a little too crazy. I think it's just more of the same from the first season and it just it doesn't look raise. The bar from the first season is just as good as the first season but the first season was groundbreaking heard exactly. I think it's just like rehashing. The first and then again I just felt like there was more to look forward to like more surprises. The twist and turns were like more. I Dunno engaging I guess an an and I think that the second season followed the love story a little too much. There's a love story at the center of the second season and dine those love stories hidden away the action fat. It's just that it wasn't the bogus of the first one. As much I guess as as it was the second season and I think that kind of detracted from other fun aspects for me. But that's just the way I felt anyway that in this whole thing with the sleeves It can be the same character played by a different actor. Sometimes that's hard to follow from season to season because you went from you know. I can't remember the actor from the first season to Anthony. Mackie completely different. Look but in your mind you have to make that connection the same guy from the same guy. Yeah so the actor in the first season was played by Joel Kinman But yeah like that's another point. That's a very good point because you have the same personality the same mind but in a different body and that happens a lot so you. It's hard to keep track of okay. No very cerebral. You had to pay attention while you're watching it. In fact had told me yesterday he was like it's one of those shows where you know like the Matrix you have to be stuck to every single word or else you're gonNA something vinyl. Yes yes but you know what overall I liked it I I gotta say that I enjoyed it. I enjoyed it overall. But anyway if you've already watched everything else on that flicks you go ahead and watch that second season the first season definitely you should watch

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Work from Home Tips for Managing Stress

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Work from Home Tips for Managing Stress

"Let's talk about work from home tips from someone who works from home to people who don't work from home who don't want to lose their minds either. So my first thing in all of these tips that I'm going to be giving you guys is to be realistic and give yourself a break. Like I mentioned these are crazy times and adjusting to this. New Normal is stressful in itself. Especially if you have kids at home in peds and family and roommates and whatever. It's okay to realize that you're not realistically going to be able to get as much focus time at home than you do at the office. Obviously but just kind of give yourself permission slip. Give yourself a little bit of grace. It's O K. No one is being as productive as they normally are during this time. Okay so four of the first thing to make the most out of your time while you are working from home. Is You WANNA creative with much of a schedule or routine as possible while being realistic? So take out. I love to use a paper planner or scheduler or whatever. You WanNA call it you. Could you do it on Google your phone? Whatever you WANNA do but write down for the week all of the meetings all of the calls when you have to be on call or on trainings when you have to be actively at work from home right down all of those appointments all of the Times and everything and be realistic with setting up. What are your work hours and divide it between when you be completely destruction free where you can get tasks done that? Need your undivided attention. And then when can you also like have a work call on in the background when you're giving your kid's lunch or walking your dog or something like that because let's be honest? This is just the reality here and then once you have those mandatory times when you have to be working then want you to think about scheduling in breaks whether that's mealtimes or going for a walk outside if possible. Maybe time to do some yoga or read a book or take a break for some exerciser gentle movement or whatever else you want to do and about movement get in some movement where you can in whatever way you want because remember. You're not at an office where you're walking to get coffee or to the break room to check on your colleagues or if your working in the restaurant industry you're not walking to all your tables all the time like think about you. We right now have a pretty drastically reduced amount of movement for most people and this isn't to say like Oh. Everyone needs to be exercising. Like this is more of a get your blood flowing so you get your brain juices flowing and you can take a break kind of thing so like go. Take a walk around the block or something if it's possible. Make sure your social distancing while you do do some stretching every once in a while to break up all the sitting or standing at your desk and the other thing to think about scheduling in is time to check up on your family and friends and for fun like calling your grandparents or doing a virtual face time with your family doing a virtual Sunday dinner with your family. I'm doing I have done all of those things. I'm also doing. A virtual book club with some friends or like a virtual happy hour to check up on people honestly. This has been a really kind of funny time because I've talked more with my friends from high school than I have probably since college or high school. So that's been one positive all this stuff Or the other night I did a virtual cooking date with one of my friends where we were face timing and making the same recipe at the same time and then we did like family dinner over facetime which was Super Fun and the recipe was great too. So the next step after you have created as much of a schedule or routine as possible scheduling in breaks time to move scheduling downtime fun time all that kind of stuff create a morning routine the same way that you have a morning routine when you go to work. Even if it's just I get up. I get dressed. I grab some food. I head out the door but it's still a morning that you're following that you're used to so the same way that you have a morning routine while you are at work. You need one at home as well and part of that is getting up around a specific time every day so like if you have a zoom meeting call at nine am. Please don't just get up at eight fifty five. I mean you totally can do that while you're working from home but you're gonNA feel super disorganized and unprepared and it's just not the best so a couple of things you could think about maybe including in your morning routine mix and match however you want. I always get up in the morning and walk my dog because she barks at me until I do. And then you could do something. Like meditating or taking a couple of deep breaths or maybe journaling or reading or you have to get the kids dressed and breakfast ready. You know whatever the things you need to do. Our I would also recommend especially if you're having trouble feeling productive at work or getting into work mode is actually putting on work clothes because most people if they're not going to work there in relaxation mode so were wearing yoga pants. Or you're wearing sweatpants or you're wearing you know whatever it is. You're like relaxing close. You're not in a work state of mind most of the time when you're wearing that kind of stuff not to say that. I get dressed every day because believe me. I do not a lot of the time. I am working in Yoga Pants. Even though you guys can't see me I currently am wearing them and I have taken a couple of years to get used to that being able to work while in Yoga Pants or whatever but on days if I'm feeling very distracted like I can't get centered. I will get dressed in like regular people going out close to the office or something like that and it really does help a really silly tool but it does help a

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Cracking the Leadership Code | Alain Hunkins

The LEADx Show

08:39 min | 1 year ago

Cracking the Leadership Code | Alain Hunkins

"All right. Let's get to our interview today. I am speaking to somebody who's been working for over twenty years as an executive coach and as a trainer as a seminar leader with hundreds of top executives around the world fortune fifty companies all over the world very diverse background. He's written his first book. It's a gift to us. It's called cracking the leadership code cracking the leadership code. What I love about this book is that it is extremely practical. So this is an inspirational. This isn't just opinions or some academic model. This is how you break the patterns that you might have. Because he's seen it in all of these clients over the years. Our guest is Alon Hawkins. Welcome to the lead X. leadership show. Thanks so much. It's great to be here with you today. So I mentioned you know in the in the intro. You've got a brand new book cracking the Leadership Code. Congratulations why now. I decide to to put down your wisdom into a book well for me. This journey has been one of twenty three years of working with thousands of leaders around the world. And what I started doing. I was watching and I saw these patterns of behavior and both the good stuff and bad stuff and I started taking notes and the notes became stories and the stories became blog posts. The blog posts became chapters. The chapters became parts and ultimately led to this book which is really in some ways. The distillation of twenty three years of experience of really getting into the INS and outs know everyone wants to be a great leader. But what does that really mean and ultimately I think it boils down to the mindset. We have and the choices that we make and so the book is really this. Comprehensive Guide to helping people accelerate their learning curve to become a better leader. You said a couple of Actually really important things there and the first of which you you you just gave away one secret to writing a book which is don't think about writing a book thinking about writing a blog post and then another at another exact. I had a great mentor once and I and I've been thinking about writing a book. I know lots of people have. I have been thinking about writing a book for twenty years and I had a great mentor. Profoundly obviously wonderful thing he said writers right and I think the discipline of the blog and for me it became it became it was really messy at the beginning really messy and not very good but really giving myself the discipline of one post a week and then sticking to that and I did that for years and that started to develop the discipline of writing and the other thing you know you mentioned about all of the work you've done. All the clients have is seen patterns of behavior. And that's what I try to tell people like everybody wants to be a great leader. We have. We have usually the intent to be a great leader. Sometimes we have the knowledge of a great leader but its sometimes tough to see our own negative patterns or to create new habits and patterns. And that's one of the things I liked about. Your book is not only is it? I mean this is actionable. This isn't your inspirational. Climbed down the mountain leadership. Now this is like do this and keep doing it you know and look out for these pitfalls but before we get into these behaviors you say in the book that old school leadership has stopped working. So what maybe was old school leadership in? Why is it stopped working? Yes so if we think about what is old school leadership you know. I saw this great quote recently and I. I don't know who it's from. But they basically said that. Tradition is peer pressure. That comes from dead people and I just love that. Okay if we think about some of the traditions that we around leadership if we go back a few generations you know we this all started this whole idea of leading in organization started in the industrial revolution and the world was so different than and the people who are in charge of figuring this out. Were were engineers mechanical engineers. Who saw work as this mechanical problem to be solved and that's where the term human resources comes from because humans were seen as parts in a bigger machine. I mean humans. Were not your competitive advantage. The factory was and your big factory machines competitive advantage so people again back this time. Ninety five percent of people were doing manual labor and I get into all this history in the book even it in greater detail but because people were treated that way it was all about controlling and managing people and the belief was that people were not to be trusted. And so there was this cauldron of fear and control. And that's what people put up with for a really long time because part of the value proposition back then was if you're a good worker and kept your your head down and just did your job and just shut up. And you're told you have a job for life and you probably have a pension on the other end as well as we know that world has gone away and so if we look at you know today fifty. Nine percent of the workforce is Gen Y. and Gen Z. And people are craving new type of leadership because what we know that align between work and life. There's no more work life balance. It's all one thing it's your life and so people are craving work in organizations that have a clear sense of purpose and they want leaders. Who are going to connect with them at a real human empathetic level and they want people who are going to communicate with them to be authentic and they want to work on collaborative teams. Add more and more people are working in a team environment and they want transparency to be able to do that. So it's like the playbook has changed and leadership needs to catch up because the rules of the game no longer apply the old rules. Don't apply anymore and Elaine I. This is the week that I've been doing a bunch of interviews with A lot of thought leaders such as yourself and I am hearing this recurring theme. Which really shows that you know. We need to pay attention to take action on this. Yesterday I spoke to two Doug Koenig former. Ceo Campbell. Soup and big proponent of employee engagement and he was making the same point and of course he's got a few years even on us in terms of variance and sure in wisdom and he talked. He's he said you know back when it was just about you know. Industrial Revolution came. Maybe I q and some other things when it became about relationships. Then it's the the issue and he said the same thing though that now the newest generation it's about this you know this this Needing some some mission and some motivation you know from a deeper level. It's like a whole new world even beyond just like. Oh we got how to work on a team and you Sorta gave away one of the I. I'm always forgetting so. I like simple models. And and yeah. It's your book. I'm telling people you gotta read this about the three Cs and you know you hinted at them. You Know Cassian communication collaboration and in a short format. Podcast like this. We can't get to deepen anyone but let's let's touch on them and let's start with with connection and you right. That empathy is really the basis for connection. Tell us more about that sure. Yeah we get into connection. Let's let's step back for a quick moment. What is leadership leadership at? Its core is a relationship. It's a human relationship between the person who leads the person who chooses to follow and so at the core of that is got to be human connection. And that's what empathy is and my favorite definition of empathy is. Empathy is showing people that you understand them and care how they feel and on the surfaces. You hear that we can all step back and go get it makes complete sense but actually in the moment when we're all running too fast with too much to do and we're not only leading but also having to get our own projects done empathy can get short shrift and in fact in the book go through six different challenges that people face to leading with empathy. I'll just give you an example of one. One is impatient right because the fact is to really care how people feel means I need to give them my undivided attention in my presence for a while and I got so much else going on. It's really hard to do that. So I go through six different challenges and then I talk about some of the things. We can do simple actions that you can take to become more empathetic and strengthen your connection with people. An example of that is to listen with purpose is very different to listen to someone. Just okay go ahead tell me get it got it good. I hear what you're saying versus really listening with purpose to seek to deeply understand where they're coming from and their perspective because the fact is there's nothing like being heard and valued and understood that makes people feel connected right at our core. We all WanNa be seen recognized and valued so if we want to lead. We need to understand that. Is THE FAST TRACK CONNECTION?

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Another Peace Plan for Israel and Palestine

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Another Peace Plan for Israel and Palestine

"This White House is certainly not the first to offer a proposal for resolving the nearly eight decade conflict between Israel and the Palestinians and judging by their response so far trump's proposal will likely not be the one to resolve this issue. That has been vexing. American officials and much of the world since the nineteen sixties. The understand understand why solution has been so elusive. It's less essential to understand the specifics of the current plan on the table. Then it is to understand those things that the Israelis and Palestinians Estonians have long considered to be at stake first. Israel's chief concern is its own security not only from conventional military attacks at the hands of its many hostile neighbors verse but also from terrorist attacks at the hands of non-state actors like Hamas a second but just as central concern for both players in this conflict is the borders. There's and the nature of a Palestinian state third concern is the status of Jerusalem specifically whether it would be an undivided capital of Israel or divided lighted between both parties. And finally there's the question of what's known as the right to return namely whether the estimated four million descendants of the Palestinian Arabs CBS who fled. What is now Israel and the aftermath of the nine hundred forty seven partition and subsequent? Wars should have a right to return not only to the West Bank but also also to pre nineteen sixty seven Israel. Obviously the questions of where to place borders and who ought to be considered security threats are interrelated concerns and making this already Herculean task. Only more difficult are the Israeli settlements on the West Bank. The Palestinian harboring of bad actors and a history of to put it mildly hatreds and distrust. The trump administration's plan is formerly known peace to Prosperity A.. Vision to improve the lies of the Palestinian and Israeli people. People it runs fifty pages offers very specific proposals. I it rejects the right of return a concern that's essential to Israel because of the potential influx flocks of millions of Arabs that threaten its identity as a Jewish state and homeland. This on the other hand makes the proposal a non starter for the Palestinians. Second the plan would award virtually all of Jerusalem to Israel while designating Abu d say village bordering Jerusalem to be the capital of the Palestinian state. Third the map in the plan details the contours of the Palestinian state. Granting to the Palestinians about seventy percent of the West Bank plus Gaza in parts of the Negev desert however the current Israeli settlements would remain also according to the plan. The Palestinians would not be permitted their own military. They'd be forced to renounce violence and disband moss in exchange for this step toward Israeli security. They would receive fifty billion dollars in economic assistance. It's over ten years. How has the peace to prosperity planned? Been received well Dr Jerry. McDermott Anglican Chair of divinity. School told Christianity today this. This was a realistic opportunity for peace. He also noted the significant Arab support for the proposal including UAE. Amman Bahrain and Egypt Gitte Joel Rosenberg. Co founder of the Alliance for the peace of Jerusalem told Christianity today that the plan was generous to the Palestinians while giving the Israelis almost everything they wanted wanted on the other hand others including Arab Christians disagreed Dr Salim Mounier of muscle ministries which promotes reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians based on biblical principles told C.. T. that no Palestinian leader can accept this deal because it doesn't meet our basic needs another Palestinian Indian evangelical. Daoud Kutab said that the plan sounded more like a surrender dictate than a peace plan and more importantly the Palestinian Authority's President Mahmoud Mood. A boss called the plan a conspiracy and added we say a thousand times over No-no and if this plan is conditioned on the Palestinians bringing Hamas online. Well it's just difficult to imagine that happening to paraphrase a former Canadian prime minister if there was ever a place with too much history and too little geography. It's this part of the Middle East. That's why it's difficult to imagine that this plan will succeed where others have failed still. It is possible that it could be a step. Even if a very small one in in a better direction so we continue to follow the dictate of Psalm. One twenty two and pray for the peace of Jerusalem

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Palestinian refugees insulted by Trump's 'shameful' deal

Morning Edition

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Palestinian refugees insulted by Trump's 'shameful' deal

"Morning president trump has outlined his plan for peace in the Middle East he announced the deal yesterday at the White House he was with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu it calls for two states Israel and a quote future state of Palestine I want this deal to be a great deal for the Palestinians has to be today's agreement is a historic opportunity for the Palestinians to finally achieve an independent state of their very own after seventy years of little progress this could be the last opportunity they will ever have the envisioned Palestinian state would remain under Israeli security control which is something that Palestinians say is unacceptable and the president says Jerusalem will remain the undivided capital of Israel the Palestinians want at least part of Jerusalem as their own capital for any future state online with me now from Ramallah is ten nine astro weeks he's an executive committee member of the Palestine Liberation Organization the main political body representing Palestinians this group rejects the plan Mrs Riley thanks for joining us thank you my pleasure and honor my past president of the Palestinian authority was quoted as saying of this plan a thousand times no one I know well it's not the Palestinians are saying no I think we should put things in proper perspective as Israelis and Americans are saying no to justice not to international law not to recognition of signed agreements not to international humanitarian law and not to the global consensus on the requirements of peace what they're doing as as as for Jane are working together for an agreement that there is an Israeli American agreement at first it was cynically timed in order to meet the needs of their not ten Yahoo is that corruption charges and their camps impeachment trial and of course both that impending elections and at the same time totally meeting Israeli needs accommodating Landsat accommodating settlements annexation of Jerusalem all of these are war crimes and you getting the borders of Palestine maintaining the occupation on re inventing the defining the occupation to become as system of control why telling the Palestinians down the road if you're a good little boys and girls who may have had with that because they this is certainly not an SFE for peace that set us up before that but you ation of the occupation and the conflict let me ask you something you mention the Palestinians being cut out of this the Palestinians did stop talking to the trump administration after president trump said he would move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem I wonder now looking back do you think it was a mistake to not be part of this process whether one is no press this button please speaking then what do you mean by that there was no process because the Americans were busy coordinating with the Israelis and then delivering to Israel illegally unilateral steps when the you is this administration I'm not saying the U. S. as when this administration went temp decide that that is going to recognize is as illegal and exceptional Jerusalem out capital Palestinian territory occupied by Israel not only to recognize it to move unilaterally and illegally in the American embassy to Jerusalem and then closing the embassy the the consulate to and from Jerusalem which was the diplomatic mission to Palestine in eighteen forty four closing our mission and palace and that Washington and then the funding everything Palestinian and then attacking the refugees and so it meant that the Americans have become really partners with this man and as the war crime of of annexation and expansionism you are saying there was no point to have been part of this process each the it wouldn't have made any sense the way the situation was going let me ask you about some of the specifics in the plan it would allow this plan it would allow Israel to annex some contested settlements in the west bank Israel is planning a vote on that as soon as this weekend what would your response be if Israel does vote to annex those settlements well first of all these I'm not contest that settlements these out illegal settlements built illegally on Palestinian land frankly speaking that annexing and they're out extending Israeli law on the settlements and what they're doing is giving them to themselves that I could continue with the process that's been taking place they have expanded they have built in more than half a million settlers into the west bank they have stolen a lot of land already so they're staying is saying we're going to vote that we're going to keep it and we're going to expand what will saying is that there has to be accountability for is that that have to be curbs on Israeli behavior and lawlessness and of course the US has only emboldened and supported these ones now if they take such a step of course that would be protests of course most of the world I mean people have been issuing statements we have hundreds of you and his emotions and they haven't been and payment that and everybody says no we cannot accept this this is a legal from the E. U. to everybody else today you and and yet nobody does anything because it is and enjoys full impunity and it is being covered by this U. S. administration's positions and actions and partnerships and crime this is extremely dangerous if this is how international relations are going to be done then it means the law can no longer prevail and that is the law of the jungle hi nana Charlize a senior member of the PLO ms Ashrawi thank you so much for your time he almost got

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Trump unveils Middle East peace plan with no Palestinian support

WSJ What's News

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Trump unveils Middle East peace plan with no Palestinian support

"Just before. His team began their final arguments on Capitol Hill today. President trump unveiled a Middle East peace plan at the White House. It's been in the work since two thousand seventeen and the trump administration nation is touting it as the most detailed peace plan ever. The central focus of the plan is to lay the groundwork for two separate states for Israelis and Palestinians but it's conditioned dishes on the Palestinian Authority renouncing terrorism and acknowledging Jerusalem as the capital of Israel which has been a sticking point in the past trump made the announcement alongside inside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu but no Palestinian officials attended the event Palestinian Authority. President Mahmoud Abbas has already rejected. The plan sang. Jerusalem is not for sale. Joining me now is Wall Street. Journal executive Washington editor Jerry Seib Jerry. Let's talk more about what's in this plan. How what is it compared to previous efforts toward two state solution well it it significant in the first instance because it does call for two state solution and there was some doubt about that? Frankly frankly because you're surely Prime Minister Netanyahu who's very close to President trump had essentially backed away from a two-state solution last year and there are some people who wondered whether our president trump would even endorse a Palestinian state. As part of a solution he did. So that's in keeping with American policy but in other ways it's a significant departure from from the way the US has approached this because it basically decides at the outset before negotiations to even begin what the US position is on. Some of the most contentious issues for example is simply says at the outset that Jerusalem which both the Israelis and the Palestinians claim as their own will be undivided capital of Israel and that the Palestinians this will have to set up their capital in east Jerusalem beyond the boundaries of what is the core city of Jerusalem it also says the Israelis will basically incorporate areas on the West Bank where they have built settlements contested land again that normally has been something. American administrations have said should be settled in the course of negotiations this basically declares at the outset. That Israelis will take that land and similarly says the Israelis will have control the Jordan River valley for security reasons that becomes part part of the state of Israel effectively again. An issue that normally is reserved for negotiations is decided at least in the US view at the outset before the negotiations even begin and so in a way all of these things are designed to be in the words of administration officials realistic but at the same time they create pressure on the Palestinians by saying saying essentially. Look your situation on. The ground is getting worse as the Israelis expand their controlling your territories. So you'd better accept these realities and move onto onto a solution before things are even more dire for your hope for a Palestinian state of your own and notably absent from. Today's event at the White House were any Palestinian in representatives. How does this plan go forward? One side isn't at the table yet. Well that's another significant departure you know in the past past administrations have tried this and by the way Donald Donald Trump becomes the tenth president who tried to solve the Israeli Palestinian dispute. So there's a long line of futility here but in the past administrations have approached this point by at least having conversations with the Palestinians to get some idea of what ballpark they might be able to play in. That's not happening in this case because the Palestinians have simply stopped talking to the trump administration. Shen haven't talked to the trump administration for the last two years so this is an attempt to put out a plan and then hope the Palestinians come to it. How realistic is that? Well that depends. I think in enlarge measure on how other parties other Arab states respond. And whether they nudge the Palestinians toward at least having a conversation about this or on whether the Palestinians themselves decide that time really is running out and even though they don't like many things in this idea and they certainly don't like the trump administration. Maybe this is the only game left laughed better play so what does happen next. This is intended to start a discussion period right. Yeah and you know. Interestingly the trump administration is basically constructed structed this in a way in which they can say. We have four years to get this done. There's a long time here because they have convinced. The Israelis apparently to basically friesland not to expand into new Palestinian lands for four years to freeze everything in place for four years in hopes that in that timeframe there will be a start of negotiations and completion of the message of the Palestinians has been. Look you don't like this. You're not at the table now. Just take some time digest. This and things won't get worse on the ground for a while here while you decide what you're going to do but you ought to come to the table and we're going to give you space to work out something here by creating a kind of a four year window window and the hope is the Palestinians will eventually come through that for your window Jerry. A final note on the timing of the unveiling of this planet happened just before president. Trump's uh-huh defense team began their closing arguments in the Senate impeachment trial and ahead of a parliamentary vote on Benjamin Netanyahu's request for immunity from corruption and other charges. What what do you make of the timing well? Skeptics are going to point to the timing in both the US and Israel as the real reason this was put out that president trump is under pressure because of impeachment and Israeli Prime Minister. Netanyahu is under pressure because he's just been indicted and is trying to save his job and so that both of them needed a kind of diversion on the world diplomatic stage and this provides it for them and so of course the administration is denying. That's why this has come out now. They're essentially saying you know we needed to move ahead and the Israeli situation wasn't going to clear up soon so why not now but one of the reasons. I think people are going to be skeptical about. This is precisely the timing and the political circumstances in which this is being introduce both in the US and in Israel Wall Street Journal Executive Washington editor Jerry. seib thank you so

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Ferns with Mobee Weinstein

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

08:09 min | 1 year ago

Ferns with Mobee Weinstein

"Moby so good to have you and think of some of the fun times we've had before. Hi How are you. I'm well thank you and you good good so many so many plants I associate with you. It's funny from classes and from interviews and so forth so Anyway the new book Called the complete book of Ferns and it is from their history. Istrian sort of biology and care varieties for both indoors and out but this being winter I thought we sort of do indoor focus segment so but I sort of. Let's let's start with a definition. What do I have to do to be a fern? What's fern well? So ferns are plants. Of course. Could you got that answer right right. Good right But most people would think that if something is delegating Lacey they think. Oh that's a fern for for example. ASPARAGUS fern not furnished all right And actually in asparagus but what by definition of fern is is a plant that is vascular in other words it has a system. It's kind of like our veins and arteries in has a pumping humping system through Lance They also have leaves but in particular week. All these leaves mega fills and technical term. And it really really just means that they have Branching veins and it allows them to get much larger having a branch vein system and then they reproduce he produced by sport not by sea night. So that's what makes a fern affirm and it really has nothing to do with how it looks to who US superficially quite different. I mean in the book that was one of the most fun kind of looking through the glossary of the indoor and then the outdoor Varieties that hugh recommend. I mean the diversity is quite startling. Really exact yeah. Yeah most people think of them as very delicate lacy and always always in kind of moist tropical woods or even temperate. You know forest but most people don't realize they can be very large or very led led the real or completely on dissect it or undivided undivided and strap shape. And they can grow and desserts and they can grow in water and people. Just don't realize how diverse I they are I. It's funny. They say water because one fern that I grow every year I actually order it. Mail order to put on the top of my to you. Ground water gardens to kind of shade the water and keep You Know Green. Algae from growing you know rushing algae from forming it's over it's deprive the light of water the the water of light and one or the other movie. I'm not sure and and it's just so beautiful. I say as Zola. Jason La La La La and I just love it in its its velvety and it's it's sort of sometimes picks up a reddish cast at certain times of year and certain amounts of. Yeah and it's just beautiful. It's like a velvet carpet or something on the surface of the water. It's a fern fern and most people who would never look at that and think they're looking at a fern even if you look at it close up you still wouldn't think it's a firm but what it is and it's rather small but it just divides and grows so rapidly that it can actually smother water surfaces so in tropical areas. It's considered quite aggressive. But they've used it well. People learned a long time ago that it helped rice grow we. We now know that it's because it has a special symbiotic relationship. When I first learned it? They said it was a blue green algae. Now it's classified as a cyanobacteria but it's the same organism and it fixes nitrogen so it really helps the yield of the rice crops So it's actually a very important important plant for some very important food production and it's a little fern. Yeah Yeah it's usually beautiful in like a dish garden even you know. Yeah just a little bowl of water with some Zola floating in it mosquito fern because just as you were saying you might use it to block the sun out of the water to reduce use algae from growing because it smothers the surface. It can kind of make it more difficult for mosquitoes to breed in the water right sitting water. So yeah yeah so so ferns for desserts firms for water for lots of different habitats including putting our houses. So so they're not one-size-fits-all and of course our indoor environments aren't sort of homogeneous either you know not not places inside the house light exposure or temperature whatever and and no two houses so I don't know how. How could we kind of do this? Do we talk about the plants by the types of exposure in conditions. They like how how do you. How do you want to introduce some of your favorites or some that? You want to recommend that we give a look too well Yeah there's there isn't one way you that could only be done but I like to and this also goes for outdoors anytime any time you want to grow a plant but indoors it can often be much more challenging. I like to I look at your setting to see what you Have because it's human nature to go and buy a plant because you like it and then you come home and find out if no place for it or you don't have any right conditions for it. We all do it. We do it again and again and again but If you can afford that you'll have much better luck. So you look and you say okay. I have an east facing window you could grow almost any indoor fern from the light needs Then you have to look at your temperature. How warm how cool wool most indoors or not freezing right or where people are living but some people do definitely turn their heat down or have rooms or sections of of their homes which a cooler and that could actually be helpful But mostly we'd say there are at least sixty but seventy sixty eighty five seventy degrees At least in wintertime and in summertime. If you don't have air conditioning it's much more My Parliament can get up to ninety into your more in hot summer days when the AC is off right right and I have mud To my dreams of little mushrooms off the House and some people that might have a sunroom of a porch. That's in closed. And maybe they don't go out there and sit all day in the winter but it is still an environment that might suit some types of plants plants and not others and so you really have to evaluate each spot so east window is a good one. What about some of the not the brighter light windows? Well so east would be in my opinion kind of our second lightest north is lowest okay and Some people will say you can grow many friends in north light. I actually have eastern South but myself is not really usable so most my plants in my apartment are east facing and that that is working beautifully for a lot of these of course I wouldn't grow some other plants that need a lot of sun to bloom it's Cetera but all the plants I have can take the east light fabulously obviously and I went to rover limes and things like that in you know in the east light so that's pretty good. West can be okay for a lot of the ferns but especially leeann summer. It can get a little too hot so you just have to be careful and south is the same thing. South is the most light the strongest light But again in the summer could be way too strong way too hot for most of the FERNS. So you'd either back them away from the window or have a sheer curtain or something or You could move them to to the self exposure in the wintertime to get more light if you felt you know that worked for you

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Don Johnson on His New Film 'Knives Out'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

09:58 min | 1 year ago

Don Johnson on His New Film 'Knives Out'

"This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie now that is a WHO Dunnit of sorts but to me. It's the most fun that I've had at the movies movies this year. It's called knives out. And one of the stars is my guest today. Don- Johnson here especially little torture chamber. We Ah the black inside the black kind event also. Well people confess when they sit in this chair. I'll tell you anything anything. Anything he wanted to unburden yourself on. This is a you know I'm I'm ready. I'm ready to just leave. Just push the button. Okay Yeah who did it. No I is a movie that actually begins with the murder but it's not like we know anything well. The interesting thing is is that in the first ten ten minutes you see the actual death actual murder you see and so without knowing without knowing what you're meant to see or what what what you know there. And then you spend the next COUPLA hours having a blast watching these incredibly beautifully flog people entitled I really it just Hilarious it's Christopher amherst character that murdered right and he's having his eighty fifth birthday and yes this all star cast including you. I looked at that movie into any one of these bastards could adopt. Yeah that cast. Is You know the the interesting thing that happened. Is that when we got together to make this movie. It all came together pretty fast and we we arrived in. We shot out of south side of Boston towards Wellesley in this in that house in a big mansion. Yeah and and We all had these new enormous trailers not more than two hundred yards away from the house. we never used them. All we did was as we go downstairs in the basement of this house and we'd picked a room a lot like this a lot more friendly but I had a little more humor to it not much but we would sit around and tell stories about the movies. We'd done it asked you know I'd asked Daniel Daniel Daniel Craig about you know what. Tell me about that stunt and tell me what you know about about this and that and he had asked me about things that that We had done Christopher plummer summer and and I've known Christopher for a long time we we held down a couple of barstools and in San Francisco. I'm not shocked. And that and Jamie Lee Curtis who plays. You're pissed. Oh she he's still see. Well I worked out pretty well because she plays my wife and the thing and I showed up for work she started bossing me around and I said okay. Why not and captain? America's your son Chris Evans. Yeah this normal. Sure everybody's just hanging out there that hey birthplaces and there's a lot of movies that I see sometimes where I think the actors actors are having a great time. But I'm not in this case it's red from what you guys were doing to the audience when we see I know it's infectious. It really is. Yeah and that's harder actually think you know the the the the extraordinary extraordinary thing about this We didn't have a table read. We didn't rehearse we just showed up on the first day and you no. It's not an uncomplicated. No people have to and so we showed up on the first day. And we we start to go and I and and I hit a I hit the tone that I think is right. and Lo and behold Jamie Lee tosses the ball back to me and Scott the same tone and then we started to roll and everybody else sort of you know did their thing and we kind of brought that sense of joy in and in the moment to the to the to the to the To two knives out and I think that that's what you feel. I think that that joy in that fun kind of ride is what you feel like. You're lifted up. But it has a very contemporary temporary kind of spin on it. Yeah you should explain Richard who is a bit of a rat bastard. Yeah well they're they're all horrible people there are they are but he. He is kind of the personification of the Great. I loved him because he doesn't do. Anything doesn't have a job. AUB doesn't do anything he just you know. He's the personification of entitled because he lives off of His wife in the family and all that stuff I sort of played him like a like a one of those country club sizes. Just kind of walking around with half a buzz on over time. It is whatever you want but yeah people you need to see this. And when they do they can thank us for it. I can thank you. You're welcome. You're welcome bureaus. It's a good time and then I have to bring this up too because it's so great is watchman on HBO. You know I've seen you do a lot of great things things right from the beginning. You know even Miami Vice where when people think of it now and they think of how you're dressed and the style that you had and the suits the cheese and the t shirts and the whole deal no socks yeah started a complete fashion trend but that was a really good show. Yeah I was a little ignoring by in the beginning when there's Oh it's just fluff at style over substance and I was going well not so fast you know we we managed to get had some you know a golden globe. And you're gone. What does that mean? It's true But yeah no I've I've been fortunate in that I've had some Some meaty parts get to play over the years and I just think I mean you'll show Abo thing is is is ah trip. Sorry to interrupt with that Help the the the the writer creator of Damon Lindelof was I think I gave him his first job on Nash Bridges. You don't quite remember no way I mean I know that I I saw now I see. Yeah Yeah and then he went on of course to To do lost and forgiving him. No no no. He's true they should. I should be getting away. From all guys Sean Ryan and Carlton Carlton Cues and all the I mean. So many people came out of that That little incubator. I had gone up there. Those shows Nash Bridges and Miami. I swear long running shows which you're playing cops and I remember hearing you do an interview once and said I'm done with that you know and here you are as sheriff drugged God. You Judge Judge for judge hanging around the hanging around. But there's something in that role on. I know I get killed if I say anything too much about it but you know we probably both would. Well you'd be specially killed but I don't know how you get killed yeah to do this. But it's such a wonderfully complex charming character Thank you might have many many other level the NFL. What's happening? Yeah well when I see an emmy nomination for that too in your future Oh bless your heart. Don't vote for the Emmy Okay. So it's useless. I think you know every listen every reality start somewhere with a rumor. Okay talk to John. You heard it here therefore I give you know I'm not getting it's make it happen. Yeah that is a lot of fun to do too because it was. I didn't have a character who can be sitting at a family dinner and get up and do Rogers and Hammerstein and make everybody feel. I WANNA be around this guy. It was just very ballsy and Fabulous to what you know. That's the way I felt about it because Damon column. He wrote me this beautiful letter and of course if you want an actor's attention you just write him a letter and tell him how great he is and you've got his undivided attention. I guaranteeing I don't care who it is. It's like Kryptonite right. You know. Start Bragging on an actor and telling them how great they are. They'll do anything and I fell victim to that. He came in. Yeah Yeah you're the God. And so he Lewis. Is this Lewis right walk on. I love it but he asked me to come in and he told me he kinda told me that story. The sort of long grades plans for for watching it. I don't think he wanted to scare me off so he didn't. He didn't tell me the whole thing but he told me enough and I and I kind of felt like well. I'm in on the joke and I like that. You know and and I also think that it's an interesting thing to have My fans wouldn't expect it no one expects and it's kind of A. It's kind of like one of those things where I can get away with that these days where maybe couldn't before

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"undivided" Discussed on Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"undivided" Discussed on Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

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"undivided" Discussed on Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"undivided" Discussed on Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

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"undivided" Discussed on Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"undivided" Discussed on Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons

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Emma Thompson talks new movie and

The Frame

09:45 min | 2 years ago

Emma Thompson talks new movie and

"Thomson she's in a movie called late night. It opens this weekend. She also took on a Hollywood titan who has fired for sexual harassment and then quickly got another job and late night. Thompson plays opposite Mindy Kaeling. She also wrote the movie Mindy Kaeling script was one of those strange things immediately, good upon first reading just great. She had a good idea. And she really knew how to bring in for you. That's a. Plus, she said, I wrote it for you. So of course, you haul things, anything God is going to be bad going to be bad, because it's not going away anytime soon being earnest and kind so luckily, I wasn't I was in a blazer with looked back here being incredibly mean most of the time journal, just had our second baby Taylor adorable. She takes to you. Thanks, so there's just a lot of expenses at home right now and I think it's time for a race. I see. This is actually very exciting to be really great because what you're describing is the most clear out example of the classic sexist argument for the advancement of men in the workplace you're asking for raise not because of any work related contribution. You've made but simply because you have a family, and that's why in the nineteen fifties family men were promoted over the women. They worked with never encountered is in such a clean teachable way. How would you describe Catharine Newbury? She is a late night host. She is successful. But maybe the future doesn't look as bright. Well, she's someone who was so driven right from a very early age. We did shoot a little bit of heart doing stand up in London. And when she was very young. And actually, we used my stand up from tally, the I did in nineteen forty five. I remember when forty six can't come on and. I remember so clearly that feeling of whenever I did stand up in my twenty s of being one of certainty. If not the only woman, then one of two amongst great load of men, who were often quite standoffish didn't clearly, expect anything view, so. Spoke to me on every level, we took that piece out because it just didn't help with the story actually in the end. But Mindy understands that, she understands what it's like to be the one who's different not only because of being a woman, but also being a person of color in a fuel the only one you're going to feel different, and that's not comfortable, a lot of the time, it just simply isn't comfortable, and we're not very honest about not. I don't think and she's only about it. She was a diversity higher. She's written about someone who was a diversity. I if that hadn't happened, maybe we wouldn't have this movie. So go, diversity reactively talked to the director of the film Nisha Ghana Tra and she talked about Catherine, as one of those women who came up in the entertainment business. When women were made to believe that other women were their adversaries, not their allies. They were sold this idea that there's only room at the table for one. And if you're here, then you better make sure nobody threatens your position here. And any other women coming up may have been seen as a threat to that position rather than adding to the workforce. And so I think what I love about this movie. Is it sort of breaks up myth? Yeah. I wonder if just women who had, I don't think of men is being enormously generous and warm, too young men, who coming up and might take their position. I think that it might be not only women but just the nature of the power structures that we have created. Do you know what I mean? Like I didn't think of, of blogs coming into writing room and everyone going. Hey, your great. You're a young thrusting blood, a guy like me. I can't wait to give you some extra airtime. I didn't think that happens with mine, iza. And I think that's a problem of power. Right. But I think there's something more to what Nisha sane. And that is that if you're a woman coming up that you are so aware of how limited the opportunities are obsolete that you start to see other women not as your peers. But as your. Arrivals, and that becomes an inch hawk sake. Talk sake. Absolutely. The, the conditions of power do not make it possible, especially for people who find it difficult to get into that position in the first place to be generous will be welcoming will be mentoring or want to help. Movie that you chose not to make. And this is the animated film luck that was at sky dance, which is David Ellison's company animation comedy, paramount and you decided not to make it because guy dance had hired John Lasseter has been fired from Pixar for the way that he treated women. And you wrote a letter that I have described on the air as the Magna Carta of the metoo movement, is one of the most beautiful eloquent, and well argued letters about this whole notion of the way women are treated the way men are forgiven that I found profound, and I hope you would share these two paragraphs with with us right now too. If a man has been touching women inappropriately for decades. Why would a woman want to work for him? If the only reason he's not touching them inappropriately now is that it says in his contract that he must behave professionally. If a man has made women his companies feel undivided and disrespected for decades. Why should the women at his new company think that any respect he shows them is anything other than an act that he's required to perform by his coach his therapist and his employment agreement. The message seems to be I am learning to feel respect for women. So please be patient, while I work on it. It's not easy. What motivated you to write it? What gave you the ability to write it. Very good questions. When I left the production, and then I wrote to Lindsey Durand about it, and in these one of the most brilliant, women, I know, said, Phil, can you talk to some women about this? I'd really be interested to know what's going on. And in fact, that letter is the work of many voices is not just my voice because those questions, very much came from those women. So the dots what's wonderful about it is that it is a collective voice, and I sent it to sky downs and didn't receive a reply, and because I showed it was quite a lot of people because of the issue, being very pressing, a lot of just as you go to publish it, and that was quite a big decision because it's just a public, but the. Vision turned out to be the right one because. Those with the questions that needed to be oft and to this date of not been onset in any way. I've had no response public or personal back from sky don's an dots very disappointing. Because they only way we're going to get anywhere with this own going issue is by talking to each other. It's not just a public thing to do its thing that potentially, and this is what has happened over the last couple of decades, that has kept women silent is they fear that they will be punished that they will be blackballed. They won't get parts that people will rise. They're absolutely really. Why were you able to I'm sixty on thought too old not to woke my own talk time is very much marching on. And because I had spoke to not before when the Weinstein thing blew up, and I've always spoken about this. I was young woman. I'm there was up -solutely, no choice really. And what was interesting to me in very touching was responses. I got from so many people male and female, who had done the same thing who would walk away and who don't have. Perhaps, don't feel as stoppage does I feel you know, I couldn't do other things. It's not going to kill my career even if sky don'ts, says, we're never going to work with you again, and we're going to tell every other animation, but I don't think that that would be possible now because the do feel that with the metoo time's up moving. There is a tipping point. But we do have to keep on, and on one of the ways in which I think we're going to have to do that. We got to talk to people before during, and after film shoots the thing, the clever thing about anybody who's going to bully. Is that they'll do it, not in front of someone who's going to say you can't do that? They'll do it in secret or in quiet or in private. And it's very difficult, for instance, for someone who's a runner, and who can be replaced in five minutes to say anything, bad about someone who will cost a lot of money to replace an all of these things. They have implications for everyone.

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"undivided" Discussed on V103

V103

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on V103

"Chicago weather chilly with sun and a high of thirty four currently it's twenty two degrees. That's what's happening. I'm perry. Williams back with another update in thirty minutes on the Steve Harvey morning show on V one all three. Ladies and gentlemen, behavior. Undivided attention. Please. This is the Steve Harvey morning show. This. I got breakfast in front of me. Really breakfast. I'm having a diet coke breakfast. I have not had a soda. Four years. Oh, I stopped drinking sodas for years ago. This is my first soda. I've had him four year Lim, Roger Ben. Back. I just wanted you. I would do that. Awesome. Juice. If I drink orange juice it put me right back to sleep. Oh, yeah. Yeah. J you a diabetic when you drink orange juice. What do we do because it put me to speak? Do it do for you is post the poster taken when your sugars low. So what does it do elevations should doesn't make you excited mo- lab? No. You had asked is legal here legally. Gummy bears. Ooh. Duck. Good morning, Steve. I just had one is d. Of. To tell you though, you look great.

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"undivided" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

"We enjoyed the fred rogers movie why don't you be my neighbor now normally dinner movie would always include other couples fractionally call them clan but that evening the undivided attention nourish despu i tuned into his love language and they found a way for both of us to feel connected and by the way no murmurings about the appointment here's some additional suggestions now i also want to acknowledge this list was originally inspired by a recent discussion in an online adult development training program with barbara bram chris wall their website is be wrong coach dot com suggestion number one remember why you fell in love in the first place first foremost find ways that the two of you can rekindle the reasons you fell in love our happy it's planning getaway around hobbies that you want shared but you know you got too busy palau photos revisit memories together talk about how these memories connections are still alive in your relationship in plant together i can't keep in mind the love languages in how you to communicate every marriage needs focusing attention to thri in every couple learns to trans titian in grow together as a couple in individually that is what longterm relationships are about revisit your values and how you live them today cheapening your own spiritual self is another facet of the same challenge i have another personal example to share after we have that successful date i did a little thing that wound up being a really big thing out my husband sleeps in he sleeps a little later as he finished getting ready for the day i took his hand and i led him into the living room i queued up the song thinking out loud by in sheeran win ula don't work like the used to before and kost you off of you see we'll still remember the taste of malaysia we'll your is still smile from cheat done in be loving you to seventy baby could still sweaty thinking stew.

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China says the US has started 'biggest trade war' in history

BBC World Service

02:56 min | 3 years ago

China says the US has started 'biggest trade war' in history

"San francisco and cake you fm north highlands sacramento at one o'clock coming up after the news on the bbc world service it's hardtalk with me stephen saka today i mean an ancient city that arguably stirs more passion argument and hostility than any other jerusalem israel claims all of it as it at tunnel undivided capital a claim at odds with international law and much world opinion but boosted by president trump's decision to move the us embassy here my guest today is jerusalem's to tom maher near bar cat is one of the most important moves made by american presidents that very simple recognition so important not just for us we know it but the fact that the leader of the free world did it i believe if anything the city is flourishing i believe the arab residents accept the fact that it will stay forever united city that's nearby count on hardtalk after the news hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news china has accused the united states have igniting the biggest trade war in economic history of the washington began imposing tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods beijing had warned it would retaliate immediately johnson with reports from beijing after months of threats counter threats and failed negotiations the trade war between the world's two biggest economies appears to have begun at midnight us time tariffs twentyfive percent went into effect against a long list of chinese goods ranging from heavy industrial machinery to led light bulbs china immediately issued an angry statement accusing the us of bullying and of launching the world's largest ever trade war it has already said it will retaliate on a similar scale daiva with the navy has died in the operation to rescue twelve young footballers from a flooded cave the caving expert had volunteered to try to help save the football is to for nearly two weeks how johnson is at the entrance to the cave this obviously illustrates the risk of this operation is potential approach of getting the kids out using diving techniques we saw last night simon this thirty eight year old former thai navy seal daiva what we believe is that he ran out of there he became unconscious man around five am he was taken to the hospital but they couldn't revive him so if it's an elite diver having difficulties down that matching a eleven year old who has never swam before learning to use scuba gear and pushing through some sections of the cave which had barely enough for a person to get through officials in thailand say at least eighteen people are now confirmed dead of the two boats capsized off the holiday to cats on thursday divers have been searching.

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Sonya Sotomayor, Nebraska and Kate Shaw discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Sonya Sotomayor, Nebraska and Kate Shaw discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"In the wbz newsroom the boston globe no longer suing former employees hillary sorry to accuse the newspapers top editor of sexual harassment they asterix summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong own in singapore begins in just a few hours and rhode island is now taxing big trucks the state says most of the damage to its crumbling infrastructure caused by the big rigs and needs the toll money to repair the roads and we are off to a pretty decent start on wall street less than an hour to go in the trading day and all three major indexes are headed higher new hampshire fifth grader is fighting back against bullies without raising her fists delanie marcotte of plastow went before the school board and told members what she's facing has been threatened get shot ak47 and buried in my backyard and many other things i ask you what are you going to do to protect me and my classmates against bullying delaney says her parents contacted the board bought the bullying continues to this day the district superintendent says her concerns now have the district's undivided attention a wedding reception turns into a barroom brawl and salem new hampshire a fight breaks out someone had been choked police arrested colby dion of north andover after he was confronted by several guests at the wedding dion was picked up in the woods after a short search is charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest it's okay for states to clean house when it comes to purging the names of inactive voters from st voter rolls us supreme court justices synod five four ruling today that the state of ohio practice is legal abc supreme court con contributor kate shaw walks us through the ruling five four decision the conservative justices siding with a high finding that its practices were or lawful and the four liberal justices descending essentially argument ohio is violating federal law and in particular justice sotomayor arguing that this practice will have serious adverse effects on low income and minority voters who the federal government has tried to protect in making it hard for states to drop people from voter rolls dissenting justice sonya sotomayor says the practice will have serious adverse effects on how low income and minority voters a federal appeals courts could be about to put a nebraska county close to.

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"undivided" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A capital of israel must remain undivided city accessible to all george bush two thousand as soon as i take office i will begin the process of moving the us embassy to the city israel has chosen as its capital running in two thousand eight president barack obama then a candidate promised to move the embassy said this i continue to say that jerusalem will be the capital of israel and i've said that before and it will say it again jerusalem will remain the capital of israel and it must remain undivided of course the president said that during the campaign has followed through yesterday we saw an official ceremony honoring that new location and many people many critics are now criticizing the president for making that decision when every president before him recent president has said the very same thing politics convenience a chance to take a shot at the president united states for doing something every president before him recent president has said i read you the words they used now a lot of room for interpretation there they were pretty clear about it this president decided to take a bold step and for that he's now criticized and yes there's tension there's conflict there is a.

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"undivided" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"The capital of israel and must remain undivided city as soon as i take office i will begin the process of moving the united states ambassador to the city israel chosen as its catholic continue to say that jerusalem will be the capital of israel and i have said that before and i will say again jerusalem will remain the capital of israel and it must remain undivided yet none of those presidents acted on it they spoke a good game but they did not act on it while today president trump acted on it i should say he acted on it earlier today they actually made the move and had the ceremony give me donald trump cut twelve eight therefore i have determined that it is time to officially recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel while previous presidents have made this a major campaign promise failed to deliver today i am delivering i've judged this course of action to be in the best interests of the united states of america and the pursuit of peace between israel and the palestinians this is a long overdue step to advance the peace process and to work towards a lasting agreement president trump says this was going to start the peace process but today this move in the celebration of the opening of the embassy has resulted in bislett in southern israel in gaza you had the palestinians who have i'm not gonna call it a in fatah uprising it was so far i think fifty six people were killed they would say martyred as they were violently objecting to the opening of this embassy what what's what's crazy is when you watch on split screen a you have a vodka trump she is welcoming the us embassy in jerusalem and on the other side of the screen you see people being carried out no bloodied vessel let's listen to vodka trump as she eloquently opened the the embassy today and we'll also hear from some other folks celebrating this very historic day on behalf of the forty fifth president of the united states on america we welcome you officially and for the first time to the embassy of the united states here in jerusalem the capital of israel thank you.

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"undivided" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I won't talk to my dear friend home beverage tomorrow you want to propose your girlfriend or valentine's day are okay to what's the problem that sounds like a beautiful day well i tell you like a lukewarm allowed who got off uh wants to the moon live eight am tired i want to know how to lead the best time so two dollars you want to jakarta you want to know when would be the best time to propose at the movies or someplace else fears that better law alone okay okay i'm here on the here for you how would you man how are you just you just turned thirty five and you're asking me whether or not the movies is an appropriate place to propose it is not an appropriate place to propose here's the deal kevin you don't want any distractions you don't want some one hundred foot scurry as as a distraction or movie as a distraction you wanna undivided attention and you certainly worn out a b you want to be able to look into her eyes right ever heard a look in the yours reich evan yeah wow that gonna work out of unit doctors the movie theater you're you're not not a muslim world who know who are the eat and we're going to us so i'm sorry if you'd like where what would be too late to do it here's the deal before you take okay you let her get dressed you let a look all pretty and a comfortable place whether it's in hug crib your crib love y'all live together let her turnaround surprisingly so not even know on what's come and you're on one knee.

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"undivided" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I won't talk to my dear friend home beverage tomorrow you want to propose your girlfriend or valentine's day are okay to what's the problem that sounds like a beautiful day well i tell you like a lukewarm allowed who got off uh wants to the moon live eight am tired i want to know how to lead the best time so two dollars you want to jakarta you want to know when would be the best time to propose at the movies or someplace else fears that better law alone okay okay i'm here on the here for you how would you man how are you just you just turned thirty five and you're asking me whether or not the movies is an appropriate place to propose it is not an appropriate place to propose here's the deal kevin you don't want any distractions you don't want some one hundred foot scurry as as a distraction or movie as a distraction you wanna undivided attention and you certainly worn out a b you want to be able to look into her eyes right ever heard a look in the yours reich evan yeah wow that gonna work out of unit doctors the movie theater you're you're not not a muslim world who know who are the eat and we're going to us so i'm sorry if you'd like where what would be too late to do it here's the deal before you take okay you let her get dressed you let a look all pretty and a comfortable place whether it's in hug crib your crib love y'all live together let her turnaround surprisingly so not even know on what's come and you're on one knee.

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"undivided" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Of this scrum with the president reportedly meeting in person today at the white house with deputy attorney general rod rosenstein to discuss the democrats classified memo on this matter with the white house actively engaged in making its decision about releasing the democratic information or not letting the republican attacks on the fbi and christine will stand unanswered or not as they are in the middle of making that decision with a five day clock ticking in today's day to now in the middle of that washington post has just published a whole bunch of new reporting that we have never seen before about what actually happened between this guy chryst for steel and the fbi quoting from the lead here in the fall of 2016 a little more than a month before donald trump was elected president christopher steal had the undivided attention of the fbi for months the former the british former spy had been working to alert the americans to what he believed were disturbing ties trump how to russia he grinned so worried about what he had learned for as russian network about the kremlin's plans that he told colleagues it was quote likes sitting on a nuclear weapon while he was now being summoned to rome where he spent hours in a discreet location telling four american officials some of whom had flown in from the united states about his findings the russians had damaging information about trump's personal behaviour and finances that could be used to pressure the gop nominee what's more the kremlin was now carrying out in operation with the trump campaign's help to tilt the us election a plot steel had been told was ordered by president vladimir putin the fbi investigators treated steel as a pier a russia expert so welltrusted heat assisted the justice department on past cases he had provided briefing materials for british prime ministers and at least one us president during intense questioning that day in rome they alluded to the fbi officials alluded to some of their own findings of ties between russia and the trump campaign so this is new and from.

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"undivided" Discussed on Women at Work

Women at Work

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on Women at Work

"And they get the support but they don't get that little extra push that would really make the difference in their careers i'm going to guess that a lot of our listeners are probably ambitious hardworking terribly busy women and men what are some small but meaningful ways that we can all show support for our partners i'm gonna give you three things the first is i've relational thing if you like which applies whether you upon a has a career or not in these days we are attention deprived okay we are always on always on a defies always have to do written list running on out brain with very busy we may have children running round we need to feed and reap at times stories we ah it's very hard to pay attention and yet even five minutes of tokl undivided attention every day can go a million miles in a relationship and that's both in terms of feeling under stirred feeling head an all say feeling supported you know i often to an excise with the couple's while asked them when was the last time you just sat down for five minutes and said nothing but just listened to your partner by simple question how it should day and just listen not interrupting not kind of connecting to something that happened to you but just five minutes i think that's one thing that will really help the relationship it also helped that support i think the second thing is actually a recognition that things will be tough and that's okay i think very often especially in states teenage we sort of moulded to think we need to be happy all the time and things need to be going well all the time and if it's not the something wrong with me will you know it is hard having a career and it's even harder if you both china have a career but it's very meaningful and i think just to recognize individually and in the cuff poll that they will be moments where it is pretty painful but that's okay and we.

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"undivided" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Going to get worse it's not going to get better and instead of instead of appeasing both sides in appeasing one side or the other or what sorted leading it fester and think that they're gonna solve everything i think there are a lot of arab leaders and i don't speak for the people of palestine and and and arab people but the leadership thinks they just have to wait israel out and eventually it will crumble or it'll be surrounded and it will not have the support because it doesn't have america's support it really has no one's support right i'm glad that both for the farright leaf so i that's what i read that that the only other country that's acknowledged that jerusalem is the capital the undivided capital of israel i believe is russia um i don't know if they're the only one but they are definitely one of the other one while you have an honest require that was the style meetings is there fighting fat uh you know you and your they didn't have the whole thing that's not who if fight pera or is that you know you will take you very much for your call appreciate it all right have a great night just okay uh next call is chuck in salem chuck you were on the tim ko welcome i can allow you good thanks usually uh listen i want to get to will book uh needless to say i am uh marta trumpian i i think he's uh a danger to our country okay and uh uh but uh i think with all all the problems that are going on the world for him cook to come out with this uh bill which really was an unnecessary and the only thing that's going to result in it is uh is some demonstrations they even put a a warning on american citizens traveling to certain countries in the middle east and all the goodwill that supposedly he made with these uh arab leaders long has uh fabulous trip uh is that seems to be down the drain but the truth of the matter is it is a coincidence a not that he comes out with this on the day that his son is testifying in front of com congress for eight hours and uses a defence the client attorney privilege probably not in the same day probably not i i i am one was this on wednesday is that.

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"undivided" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The undivided capital of israel not easy to see everything you have worked for all your life to achieve peace being destroyed by one statement by one man this is incredible it's unconscionable us shroud we who is often criticised in israel and by the jewish state supporters argues the president is giving extremists in the muslim world a readymade excuse to act the in violence against the united states in the west bob costantini washington nineteen tail on america in the morning as jim bohannon welcomes his guest we're speaking with counselor to the president kellyanne conway about a variety of issues of the day first of course our house and senate conferees are working on tax reform of the house and senate versions does the administration have a preference netti not way they repeat many similarities in identical provision in both bills we see some differences but we're just happy that the process has moved speedily along jammed that both the house and senate have done their work they've responded to the president's four major principles repatriating trillions of dollars of wealth park legally overseas in simple find that code so we stop wasting so many hours in so much money just complying with it most importantly getting middleclass tax relief to president told his team from the beginning this must benefit the middle class don't put it on my desk if it doesn't and then of course deep the other big piece which is reducing the corporate tax rate from 35 percent a twenty percent at thirty five percent is the highest rate in the developed country in the developed world at twenty percent will be below the 23 percent average and that's that's going to spur growth and competitiveness this job protection job creation wage increases you already see the expectation anticipation of this tax how would it's done it's it's made many businesses start investing monies me.

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"undivided" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Is that not incredible yes it's incredible hillary clinton had called for an undivided jerusalem in her policy paper in two thousand eight nancy pelosi was an original cosponsor of a house resolution calling upon the president's sectors state to affirm publicly as a matter of us policy that jerusalem must me rain the undivided capital of israel back in 1997 minority leader chuck schumer at the time of new york someone who strongly believes that jerusalem is the undivided capital of israel on calling for the us embassy in israel to be relocated to jerusalem said that in 2017 october what's interesting is he had no influence on obama or hillary clinton 1995 schumer stated it was embarrassing to have to go to tel aviv to reach the us embassy feinstein and 1995 we will send word that israel like every country in the world has the sovereign right to designate its capital and to have the capital recognized by the nations of the world she said the 1995 sean todd brown chirad brown in 2012 the democratic national convention made the important move to reaffirm our belief that israel's the capital excuse me jerusalem's capital of israel then carton another jewish gentleman and a complete lightweight in 2010 jerusalem is the undivided capital of the state of israel joe manchin same think kirsten gillaibrand same thing chris murphy same thing governor cuomo same thing dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz same thing that newark mayor at the time cory booker same thing even though now he's opposed joe biden the same thing now they're all cautious and concern i'll be right back month over the past few weeks you guys have heard me talk about how i was excited to start using my pillow i have to tell you i have never slept better i used to tarcin turner wake up with a stiff neck but now with my pillow i've never slept better i'm quite serious the my pillow is made in the usa of.

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"undivided" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The temple mount also known as haram alsharif above all our greatest hope is for peace the universal yearning in every human soul now ladies and gentleman democrats like diane feinstein feinstein bernie sanders i say as a jew these are jews but they're democrats first and their leftist first washington free beacon feinstein urges trump not to move the us embassy to jerusalem despite voting to move the embassy to jerusalem is that not incredible yes it's incredible hillary clinton had called for an undivided jerusalem in her policy paper in two thousand eight nancy pelosi was an original cosponsor of a house resolution calling upon the president's sectors state to affirm publicly as a matter of us policy that jerusalem must me running the undivided capital of israel back in 1997 minority leader chuck schumer at the time of new york someone who strongly believes that jerusalem is the undivided capital of israel and calling for the us embassy in israel to be relocated to jerusalem said that in 2017 october what's interesting is he had no influence on obama or hillary clinton 1995 schumer stated it was embarrassing to have to go to tel aviv to reach the us embassy feinstein and 1995 we will send word that israel like every country in the world has the sovereign right to designate its capital and to have the capital recognized by the nations of the world she said that 1995 sean todd brown chirad brown in 2012 the democratic national convention made the important move to reaffirm our belief that israel's the capital excuse me jerusalem's capital of israel ben cardin 'nother jewish gentleman and a complete lightweight in 2010 jerusalem is the undivided capital the state of israel joe manchin same thing kirsten gillaibrand same thing chris murphy same thing governor cuomo same thing dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz same thing that newark mayor at that time cory booker same thing even though now he's opposed joe biden same thing now they're all cautious and concern i'll be right back month low ban over the past few weeks you guys have heard me talk about how i was excited to start using my pillow i have to tell you i have never slept better i used at tarcin turner wake up with a stiff neck but now with my pillow i've never slept better i'm quite serious the my pillow is made in the usa of.

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"undivided" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I uh i think of i think overnight things are relatively quiet over there i think people are waiting to see what the president actually said and it's and it's notable that uh he did um he did he did step away from uh calling jerusalem the undivided capital israel that's uh that's an important term to the term that benjamin netanyahu use when he tossed about jerusalem that the city should be divided capital of israel the president did not say that he said that uh that to israel the exact sovereignty over the city should be decided in final negotiations with palestinians that we d that leaves the possibility still that east jerusalem could eventually be the capital of a palestinian state alex no one of the theories that is supposed to be underlined the where the trump administration is approaching the israeli palestinian issue is the idea that other arab states in the region saudi arabia and others have a natural in a sort of a natural conference of interest israel against iran and that perhaps it they could be you know if they can solve this that will help fight against around hat how will this announcement complicate relations with other arab countries in the area department problem with your burned a bit of a quota capital built up when countries like saudi arabia and other opponents of iran by by making this announcement uh i i don't think it helps she was uh you know jared kushner that leading talks kind of to build this alliance of um of of sunni muslim states and israel against iran uh and and i i don't see how this this helps i think i i think that big that gets more complicated alex does it really isolate the united states on one of the most sensitive diplomatic issues if we ultimately move the embassy uh it certainly does the us would be the only country with an embassy in in jerusalem uh to eat oh yeah it dies i don't i don't think that i don't think that's really a concern of the president alberto fujimori's a lot about isolating himself on deaths or any other issue to look at what he did with the paris climate every agreement eta he took it out of that uh make us one of only three countries in.

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"undivided" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"undivided" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Goofball from mrs i wish trent lott he's worth a fortune he's a lobbyist a chris dodd represents hollywood or the movies uh you go on and on and on and they all are feathering their nests don't they or as certainly most of them are i chris appreciate your call sam will slip un here vienna virginia the great wmal go mr rubin it's an honor to talk with you about this evening uh regarding israel in 1968 go to my ear said there was no such thing as a palestinian and she was right i've been from janine to have ron over the three years i worked for the us government in the west bank while they call it the west bank today in some area there is absolutely no reason why the entire what is now known as the west bank but i call it your day in some areas should not be uh unified because the 45 uh settlements in the west in the west bank your in samaria are not going to go away and the settler bypass roads the by for kate the west bank are not going to go away israel right now is eight miles wide and its narrowest point at the city of tulkarem so what type of of of state can exist when it's only eight miles wide so jerusalem is on it cannoned air will be the undivided capital as israel is in the united states needs to acknowledge that in short pure and simple uh respect the state of israel we are the greatest ally they are our greatest support in the middle east and we need to acknowledge that through uh the uh movement of the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem and that will be next i believe but it won't happen if donald trump is a president i can and i can almost predict that the democrat certainly won't do it they'll be busy you know giving iran more uh more of what iran once but uh now i agree one hundred percent an excellent call very educational we'll be right back ovechkin finding the love of your life the ultimate reconnaissance mission but you did.

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