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"waltman" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

05:21 min | Last month

"waltman" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Hello and welcome to grilling JR. This is Paul bromwell and I'm joined by the voice of wrestling. Mister Jim Ross Jim, how are you this week? I'm well Paul. Thank you for sitting here for Conrad. And he's very busy getting ready for his big show. And which is going to be fabulous. So I'm glad you were able to jump in and play. Hey, I'm glad to be here. Listen, you guys were able to sync up last week and do some old school WCW always good to hear you and Conrad together. There's no replicating that chemistry, but man, I just enjoy working with you. And so when he gave me the hot tag, I said, sure, whatever you need, Connie. I know you're running around from Nashville to Charlotte, the Florida, and where he's at now, but he's got a lot on his plate, building that big star cast event. He's hitting it hard and working hard and if the star cast event isn't a huge success, which we all expect it will be. It won't be comrades fault because man, he's hitting it, and the team around him gathered up. Looks like it's going to be really good. And I think it'll be one of the events of the whole year. So be there, you ought to be there. Absolutely. I'm hopeful to be there. I'll tell you that. So we'll see how it works out. Well, JR, I'm looking forward to that too. I'm going to be in Nashville and should be a lot of fun, but let's get into what we're here to talk about today. We're going to look back at the tenth and final king of the ring pay per view event from 2002. And GR got to ask, why do you think this was the last time the king of the ring format was used at a pay per view? Vince just thought it run his course. Pretty simple. There's no specific reason other than I think he just thought it had run its course. It was a tired concept, and it was time to move on. Yeah, well, a lot goes down between the last pay per view Judgment Day, which was discussed last month on this show. So we're gonna jump right into it and begin kind of the background story of how we get to king of the ring. And from the observer, starting on May 20th, raw drew a 3.72 rating. It was the lowest rating JR for a non holiday episode or all since March 30th, 1998. That broke the four year record low for that slot set a week earlier. So we're now down 61% when it comes to total audience from the peak of the Monday night wrestling wars, only three years ago, the rating is even more disappointing as ratings traditionally rise a few tenths after a pay per view show. Again, this is all from the observer. And we've talked about this, JR before, but the decrease in business from 2001 in Austin turning heel to this point. Did you think at this point it was going to be hard to get back to that level of business here in 2001? Well, I thought it was going to be hard, but I didn't think it was going to be impossible. We just had to come up with a formula and the marriage is IE the matches, the angles, the storylines that people are going to be attracted to is just finding that right combination is always the mystery. So was it going to be hard absolutely? It wasn't going to be impossible. No way. Well, there's some other things going on here around this time. Issues with the NWO or creeping in, Meltzer had a report as well about that. Nash and X PAC. More Nash had a blow up at raw on May 20th regarding recent scripts. They were told by Ed koskey what the plans were for them on the show, Nash didn't like it. And then waltman didn't either, since it involved him doing two jobs on the same show. Waltman did tell kasky he was quitting and told mashed Nash, I'm gonna meet you in the car. Dash told Shane McMahon that he'd call him waltman down and get everything straightened out. Nash then left the building. Vince was told of the situation, but there was no way of reading his reaction, although he didn't seem to react big one way or another. They came back and spoke with Jim Ross and Shane and then with kosky and Brian gretz, who wrote the segment. They got a changed to something more to their liking and that Nash got to make his statement about flair not running the NWO. He just runs the raw brand. Nash had hated the idea that flair would be able to, as a storyline, bring people in and fire people from the NWO and the way the whole thing was explained on TV as well as the Booker entry. Both calls to scene waltman in particular, some feel they should have been disciplined for it, but weren't, but woman still did the job in the hardee's match, and that sense they did get away with it even though the feeling was their behavior as yet another detriment to the locker room morale. JR, what do you remember of all this? Chaotic and unnecessary, totally unnecessary. But we sitting even though it was in a hostile conversation. We still all opted out. And the creator was changed. So it was a creative change. There's something better. That's subjective. Or not. I don't know the answer to that. But I do know that.

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"waltman" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

04:32 min | Last month

"waltman" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"That there was maybe some concern on that side as well. But I did seem like it was mostly the family situation and just not wanting to uproot everything. Again, which is understandable. That's not easy. That's not easy to do. No, yeah, absolutely. Yeah, I mean, I bet, in the end, if we find out, we'll find out it was a little bit of a lot of things. But I'm going to, until we have reason to believe, otherwise I'm going to go with the family stuff probably trumped all for him. All right. Drafts are on the move right now. It's a little bit straight because here's the thing. Odds don't tend to move without there being a reason without somebody knowing something. At least move significantly anyway. Minor boom, mature, but we're starting to see Paulo banquero, his odds of becoming the number one pick going way up from a plus 60 plus two 50. And you mentioned, I didn't see this, but you mentioned to me before we went on the air here that he actually became the favorite at one point. So something is going on and Keith, you've got insight into the Orlando Magic organization, what do you think is happening here? I don't want to say it's unprecedented, but it's pretty unusual to see stuff like this happening. Yeah, so the other day, Jeff waltman did his money even then yesterday, but it is for those who don't know. He's the president of basketball operations for the magic. He did his customary pre draft media availability, and he was asked, it had been reported in the team Ed shared that jabari Smith and Chad holmgren had come in to meet with the team. And work out with the team. There had been nothing on Ben Carroll. He was asked specifically as Paulo ban caroban through. And he gave a very insightful, long answer about, you know, hey, it doesn't always benefit us or the players or anybody to release that information. And in the end, he didn't answer the question, yes or no, which was his long answer there. So that led to some speculation sometimes. Teams put up smoke screens of, we're not going to meet with the guy we really want. I think by this point in draft week, we're all looking and grasping onto any possible straw we can find for stuff..

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"waltman" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

04:48 min | 2 months ago

"waltman" Discussed on The Corner

"Outside of outside of what you were doing before, it is very scary and it is very heartbreaking to be in a situation like that, especially when you're like in your mid 20s and I was already expecting to be owning a not only in the house, but having my own apartment, et cetera. And so then I started doing these videos and it got to the point where I did so many videos on YouTube so many. Then it got to another point where I just started reaching out to people and I'm like, hey, I need work and then like, hey, I need more work. So I started doing more work with fightful. I started doing more work with the observer. I started doing more work with WrestleTalk and then all of that and everything that I was doing on my channel and everything just sort of came together. And before I knew it, it ended up being something, but and then I'll tell you this two years later or like a year later or whatever. I finally got myself out of debt. I was in the hole. I was in the hole like over $10,000, making $60 a month on my unemployment. And on top of that, I was living at home, could not afford to pay any rent whatsoever. And two years later, I now definitely make more money than $60 a month. And got my first apartment and got myself completely out of debt and paid at least I would say 70% of my wedding, so things have definitely changed. Thank you. Look, the thing is is that a lot of people don't see the work in the grind. They just see in you show up and they're like, what the hell is she coming from? But it wasn't like that. You worked really hard. The Sean waltman thing, I didn't even know about it. And I've known Sean for years. I had no idea. So now today, and we're going to talk more about your experiences, but I know people ask for advice. What advice do you give people? Because it's really hard, kale, you know this, oh, you might know this too. It's really hard to give advice that doesn't sound cookie cutter. Because a lot of people say, just chase your dreams and you know that shit is not true. It's a lot more than that it takes some talent to take some effort. So what do you tell young women that want to be in your spot? Oh my God, I tell them first and foremost, and this is going to sound, I don't know how this is going to sound, but as a woman in wrestling, you can not do the bare minimum. We are not, and I mean not allowed to do the bare minimum. If you are doing the bare minimum, you're not going to get anywhere. You have to work harder than every single person around you because you are, and this is just specifically for women. You are always going to be an outsider. You're not part of a boy's club. You're not part of it. You're always going to come in here with a different experience and a different background. And so you can not do the bare minimum. You're not going to get to a certain position just doing one weekly show, just doing one interview. Nope. You got to put everything that you've got into it. And then also for the men or for anybody who wants to be in wrestling, you got to just, I feel like this also applies for the guys, like you got it, because especially for you guys, there's so many guys out there talking and doing wrestling media. So how do you get there? How do you become the cream of the crop? What you gotta just outwork everybody. That's all you gotta do. So I know it sounds very cliche, but you gotta go above and beyond. And I remember when I was reaching out to people because I was trying to get a job. I remember reaching out. I remember reaching out to Impact Wrestling. I remember reaching out to AW. I reached out to WWE. I reached out to every single wrestling promotion, and everybody told me, not right now. No. No. And then the people that basically said that were not say no, but I asked them, I would ask them for advice and they just kept telling me, continue doing what you're doing. And I'm like, where is that going to get me? Continue doing what I'm doing, what? How do I get to this next level? And then lo and behold, I kept doing what I was doing, and it worked. I don't know how. I don't know how, but keep doing what you're doing, turned out to be good advice. No, that's usually the case, right? Like you said, you got a work everyone else. There's moments. And I think us being in media and creatives and all this stuff. And talking about giving advice. There's always these moments talked about your boyfriend, now fiance. Where you want to quit, right? Or it gets too hard or you're very broke. I mean, all of us have been very, very broke. Yes. So it's one of those things like when you're in that moment, how important is it to then have someone to lean on? To me, one advice I give people all the time is no one gets anywhere by.

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Gov. Abbott: No Laws I Signed Had Any Intersection With Shooting

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Gov. Abbott: No Laws I Signed Had Any Intersection With Shooting

"You talked about the rollback of any of the legislation that I signed this past session Let's be clear about one thing None of the laws that I signed this past session had any intersection with this crime at all No law that is not allowed him to get a gun The gun that he did get and so again there was nothing about the laws from this past session that has any relevancy to the crime that did occur here With regard to special session let me just say this and that is first of all all options are on the table Second most importantly to your point do we expect laws to come out of this devastating crime The answer is absolutely yes And there will be laws in multiple different subject areas For example I do fully expect to have every law that we pass in the aftermath of the Santa Fe shooting to be completely revisited and first we need to gain the information about exactly what happened at the school to find out the extent to which those laws were complied with to the extent that they were not complied with to find out what shortcomings allowed the city to occur And right there is what I said in the first hour which your Congress refuses to do Which your major media refused to do He wants to look at everything and anything Once we get the facts Schumer said no Waltman said no at the post My liberal friend who wrote me said no Guns That's it

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"waltman" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"waltman" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Because he always does, and he started again. It talked about the fixtures. He's got players going to the African combinations in January. He's gone like that. He's gone with the platter. He's got there you go. And this lever pulled team fair play to there. Come out. I know it played melan in the San Siro. Great result from the much changed Liverpool team and utter embarrassment for Syria. Is that fair Frank? It is fair. Completely with Craig. We're so embarrassed from the way they play the way they never ended the game. They were playing against a B team with all due respect for the players on the field from Liverpool. They never did what they had to do. Put them under pressure, technically, or physically trying to be better. They never did that. They scored a very lucky goal. But after that, that was normal to see Liverpool coming back normal to see winning the game. And can I share my love about origi? Because that guy has been to Liverpool for four years. Never, I never heard him, you know, seeing what I'm fed up. I never play every time you play. Every time he plays, he's on the top. It does the job. It gives goals very important goals. And we all know that about the history of Liverpool. But today again, you know, his commitment, the way he plays, sometimes technique made me think that it's very part of the guy like France. And we all know that they're absolutely fantastic. But I love that game. I love the fact that the two young guys of Liverpool waltman and Bradley came on, you know, at the end of the game, that was so nice. But against Milan against the Milan that I knew in the 90s where the strongest team in the world in all, we have to really think about what became this area. You know, when I seen when I see you in Tucson, I see Milan. I don't know if that championship is still bigger than the League One. I'm not sure about that when I see those team playing in the chambers league. Don you, of course, follow the Italian football for the media in the UK. What do you make of those comments? I mean, that was a bad night for me like that. I mean, Tyler Morton and midfield he looked like albertini. Nat Phillips at the back looked like barrese. They went into San Siro and we've all we've all played games done when you make your debut and you think well it's going to be hard. This is going to be a test. You know, I might get beat here and I might learn a few lessons and I might take a spanking and I might not play well and you come off a pitch and you learn from it. Those Liverpool ghosts. I think it was 6, 6 academy players in the squad tonight. They went to San zero San zero and just bossed it and, you know, Tyler Morton would feel played a hundred games. And I looked at the team beforehand when juvenile put his team in, I was thinking, that's a gamble. He's kept Allison in goal done the right thing, but he's playing most Salah and Sadio Mané in meaningless game with already going to top the group and they've got villa at the weekend. And those two guys just never miss any minutes whatsoever..

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"waltman" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

Six Degrees of WTF

07:01 min | 11 months ago

"waltman" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

"One more break. We'll come back so today's in memoriam comes about a man named thornton jones. This was back in nineteen twenty four and the reason that it attracted me was because of what he does when he realized he was dying. I think it kind of epic. And i want to do this all right. I don't know how. I'm going to work that out with the spontaneous combustion that i'm planning but if i'm there our workday something we're sure okay. So thornton was a lawyer in wales and he woke up to find that he had his throat slit. Oh my god he woke up. Let me say that again with his throat slit. I'm gonna let you finish. And i've got a lot of questions. Maybe he his throat. I cannot get this vision out of my head. His notice slit. What does the man do. He gets a paper and a pencil and he wrote. I dreamt that i had done it. I awoke to find it true. He slit his own throat. He died eighty minutes later. He had done it to himself while he was unconscious. And an inquest. In wales delivered. The verdict of suicide while temporarily insane. Okay coming right now ever know because the only one who has stairs dead key sleep with a knife by his bed. I don't know saying temporarily insane. That maybe he had some sort of blackout and in the regular thornton jones had thought he was dreaming and did it. But i feel like as soon as that knife would touch your skin. You're waking up. And maybe he did. And that's when he wrote it down i. He slid it and he woke up. And he's like. Oh fuck gotta tell somebody. It was very courteous of him. Because i mean can you imagine the murder question onto that and they'd never find anyone right it would be maybe it'd be an unsolved murderer a we're covering on our show. Amazing i just love. I mean yes. This was in nineteen twenty four. And i feel like the older. We like the farther back in. History co wego like the better the english. Obviously if you listen to it was much better way back. When so the fact that he wrote. I dreamt that i had done it. I awoke to find true. I just think that. So poetic and beautiful over poetic is it's so nice. I really want to do that just back. In the nineteen twenties. He may have had a smaller house. I mean we don't know what it looked like. Know what had an or what he used. I didn't find anything like oh in. The knife was next to the bed or his hand. Nothing just that a man slit his own throat wrote about it and then and it was new aside while temporarily insane. Okay well. I guess it was the twentieth. So it's not like the he would brunch the phone. No no deal like telegraphs or something and i guess there's really nowhere to like. What are you gonna do right. You may as well right about it absolutely right but instead of saying oh tell in lane. I always loved her instead of that. He's like y'all fucked up. I'm gonna leave a poem about it. Jumped out at this and guess what. That's what my mom would say. Bitch i slipped my own throat. Fuck dan i don't know that's what i would say because i just imagine falling asleep in his chair because he was in his library or his office desk writing poetry as it is and he fell asleep and picked up the letter opener and slit his own throat with a letter opener. Damn it and then wrote about it and then and hide eight minutes later like feeling feeling but can order dream kind of how much you can actually get done during a chris farley movie. Yeah didn't you walk somewhere. did you try. I feel like that's time enough to get somewhere else where he can at least ask for some help and who knows how deep it was. I mean a lot but he could write feel like if it had punctured like his jugular vein. That it probably would have been much faster so this was a slow death by a throat. I feel we're sitting here. Judging dead man. I know i'm sorry thornton but i do love your final words. Do it was very beautiful trauma. I awoke to find a true so it was like a t shirt or something. Yes my. there's so many things. I could say that about all the blackouts i've had i dreamt that i woke up at seaworld. It was true footprint on my face told me i really did get in the head stranger like she doesn't have beat even spider need. Or you have. Let's all work on our poetry. I think so now we have two things. We need our death outfit and a poem more our final moments and i feel like we need to just write one right now and keep it in our pocket just in case. I know yeah. I'm going to have to do that. And it's not even that it has to be a poem. It has to be eloquent. It has to be well. Thought it's gonna take us forever like he did it while throat was slit. I'm impressed would just say fuck would just be like they would find me in some crazy position. 'cause i've been thrashing around trying to figure out what to do. I'm ready on time. I haven't written in the paper. Is it so annoyed me okay. We're gonna we're leaving. You're welcome yes by. 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"waltman" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"waltman" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"And I think that I don't know, I don't need to pick up. So Miami is in a good place. And the other part of this is it doesn't happen every year, but it's fairly frequent that one of the top teams in your conference will fall off due to injury or something else, and then if all you need is one team to do it, you can. Yeah, I mean, that team was Miami last year, frankly. This year, they went from making the finals to being what the 6 seed. If I remember correctly? Yeah, or I mean, what I mean by that is like Brooklyn, two of their three best players got hurt. All of a sudden they're not the same threat they were. It might not necessarily be the nets, but unfortunately, playoffs are always a battle of attrition. They really are. So that's why being in the being in the mix is useful. Okay. Miami, just tangibly much better than they were. Absolutely. Yeah. There's just not really another argument against it. Let's move on. Let's go to the fourth team in this division, which will take the shortest amount of time. The Orlando Magic. They drafted Jalen sug and Franz Wagner, they signed mo Wagner signed Robin Lopez. They waved Dwayne bacon, they lost auto Porter. I believe that that's basically it for them, right? Yep. We'll see what they do in terms of extensions with mo bamba and Wendell Carter, but yeah, I mean, I think they were extremely fortunate that Jalen sug spelled them at 5. He looked very good in summer league and I've been lower on Franz Wagner. I continue to be lower on Franz Wagner, but we'll have to see. Even if I thought that thought that a prospect was the best player I'd ever seen or the worst player I've ever seen in some religion would still want a lot more information before made any sort of definitive thing. And so Orlando this comes up a couple of times in every off season where a bad team benefits from not having flexibility. And I think that was actually a really good thing for Orlando because they couldn't really go in any other direction after they, you know, they've got Gary Harris in the Aaron Gordon deal. They signed Isaac and folds to those extensions. So they basically have their team and that meant that they could have used the full mid level if they wanted to. They still have this big old trade exception if they want to use it, which I think they might just do that potentially later in the season to get an asset if the right player is available. So to be the most interesting part of it, we'll talk about suggs and Wagner, of course, but if the goal for Jeff waltman in the front office was to maximize the 21 22 talent, they probably would have used the middle level exception in a different way than Robin Lopez, considering they already have two centers. They want to play. But having Lopez, mentor those guys, having another capable player who's both good enough to help you but not good enough to set you on a different trajectory?.

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"waltman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"waltman" Discussed on KTOK

"S Senators Jim Inhofe, James Langford are among the Republicans who voted to confirm bear it to the Supreme Court. Last night. Langford called Bharat a great example for young women well in off, called her the most qualified person in the country. To be on the Supreme Court and assault, including a threat with a machete under investigation in Del City, police say a man became upset that the car next to Hiss was parked too closely at a convenience store near 44th, and sooner. The suspect, then allegedly punched the victim in the face and threatened him with a machete. Authorities say the suspect fled in a red sedan after four days of testimony. Cleveland County Judge Bad Waltman has found a 20 year old man guilty of first degree murder in the April 2017 robbery and murder of an O U student in the parking lot of an apartment complex in Norman. James Smith and two other men allegedly set up a deal to buy marijuana from the victim. 19 year old Nathaniel Ewing then shot him when a struggle broke out. Smith will be sentenced to life in prison. Murder suicide in Oklahoma City. Police say they got a call from a man Friday night who said he shot his wife, police say While they were still on the phone with 46 year old Michael McGirt, he shot himself. They responded to a home in the 4000 block of Cherry Hill Lane and found the bodies of yogurt and his 46 year old wife, Elizabeth. Stockard McGirt. Both were dead from gunshot wounds from the Katie. Okay. Weather Center and the full Warren Storm team I storm warning until one tomorrow afternoon. Today will be cloudy with freezing rain High around freezing with windchills today in the teens. I'm.

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"waltman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And more tools for them to learn which ever way this, Andy says. Going back to in person. Learning would be optional, not mandatory for both students and teachers. Suzanne Saws Ville W. B Z Boston's news radio, health experts say the spike in young people getting covert 19 should not come as a surprise. PBS's Jim Chris Uhler explains. Corona virus is increasingly infecting young Children and teens nationwide. Health experts say the trend is being driven by school re openings at the resumption of sports playdates and other activities. Young people under the age of 18. They'll make up 10% of all US Cove in 19 cases up from 2% of April cases noticeably increased in early September as school started to reopen Jim Krystle cbstwo data from the States Poison Control center, indicating a spike in exposure to T. H C and marijuana among Children. The numbers aren't just up there. Way up. 66% of all exposure calls to poison control regarding marijuana products involved Children and four out of every five calls about edibles, doctor. Mark Waltman head pediatrics in South Shore health, he believes the problem is in the presentation packages made to look like regular old candy to Ah, young child used to seeing cereal or handy's may not be able to identify the difference between the ones used for recreational or medicinal marijuana and parents. According to Waltz. Men need to shoulder some of the burden too. And I think parents need to be aware of what they're adolescents are doing what they're potentially consuming. And if they do find it, they need tohave. Ah frank discussion. In with them about the risks of consuming these products. Chris Mama W B Z Boston's news radio FIVETHIRTYEIGHT, We check out business now, Andrew Oh Dae is at Bloomberg. Walt Disney Company reveals after Wall Street's closing bell today That is cutting 28,000 theme park resort cruise line and store jobs. The end of the month rally fizzled out on Wall Street is another round of stimulus seems to be less likely heading into the election. And as covert cases surge and Mohr areas of.

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"waltman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And we'll have to show he's ready to address the pandemic and other issues in the nation. Biden also have to show something else that's important to voters. That he can stand toe to toe with Donald Trump and exude the type of character strength we want in a president of the debate starts at nine o'clock this evening from Cleveland, You can hear it live here on BBC NEWS radio. The Biden campaign criticizing Facebook for how the platforms handling election disinformation and a video that was posted by the son of President Trump Biden campaign writing a letter to Facebook criticizing its handling of the Trump campaign post. In which Donald Trump Jr claimed without evidence that the election will be riddled with fraud, and that Trump supporters are needed to ensure the security of the election. The biting campaign called Facebook of force for regression rather than progression in efforts to combat disinformation, and says that the video should have been taken down as part of Facebook's policy against posts that could result in voter suppression. Mark Malard ABC News in a statement, Facebook defending its handling of that video, saying it will continue its efforts to ensure election integrity and follow its policies impartially. About a quarter of American adults say they get their news by watching you two videos. More than a quarter of Americans say they get their news from you two. That's according to a new report from Pew Research and most don't see a problem with it. Although some did express moderate concern about misinformation or political bias, and about 1/5 of people polled say they get their news from independent channels outside of the traditional networks. CBS is Diane King Hall, maybe against the wishes of some students and education groups and cast tests are still on for next spring, the state education commissioner announcing today, the federal government will not be allowing a waiver for testing and they expect to administer the test for usual. Food and Drug Administration trying to get a go ahead and spreading information on the latest social media stunt, But it might be too late. She's Jim Ryan in Texas, where at least three teenagers were hospitalized in May after taking up to 14 tablets of dive and Hydra mean Benadryl. It's thought they were taking part in a challenge on TIC Tac, in which young people are encouraged to take large doses of the allergy medication to induce hallucinations. A 15 year old in Oklahoma, died of an overdose. Now the Food and Drug Administration is looking for more cases and warning parents toe lock up Benadryl, even though it's an over the counter medication, Jim really in ABC News. Doctors itself for hospital Healthy sounding the alarm that too many kids and getting their hands on marijuana. Dr. Mark Waltman chairs pediatrics at the health Care Center just did one institution itself for help. We've seen a significant increase in exposures of pediatric patients. We've dramatically seen it go up, and it's not just there, according to the state's poison control center, two thirds of all exposure calls this year have involved kids in marijuana products. Even Mohr 80% of all edible exposures have been for Children. Children. Adolescents in particular, their brains are still developing. And there's a lot of literature that suggests that marijuana or t x C containing products can really have a long term military in effect. What concerns the doctor most is the packaging the mimics Candies. We recently had one that was a quote medicated Skittles, one that was packaged like Fruity pebbles. Kriss Farm a W. B C. Boston's NewsRadio in Iowa there dealing with another potential issue with T. H C. Officials say the packages of T H C candy with names like we'd Tarts, Stoner Patch Dummies and Medicated Skittles air Turning up in the mines, Police Sergeant Paul Parise, IC says there you look a lot like regular candy. Each package contains about 500, mg of T. H C. Even for a heavy user. That would be something that you could potentially overdose on. The sergeant says. Th e poisoning could kill a small child. Large quantities of the candy are being brought in from states where recreational pot is legal, even though it is illegal. In the state of Iowa, Wisconsin Supreme Court's weighing the options on whether to go along with a move to remove 130,000 voters from the Poles. 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"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

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"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"Blood pressure than put off diabetes than put off the Hartfield. In the next bill you know, and slowly the doctors just keep giving new pill after pill after pill you start one at forty. By the time you're sixty you're you're you could be taken like twelfth bills twice a day shooting yourself with De. So it's how to let your body heal itself. And your body is made to heal itself. I mean and the doctors are drug dealers. If you go to the doctor, they're going to give you a pill. So the basis of this course. Eating to win is an anti inflammatory lifestyle understanding that all disease starts with inflammation. So if something's often your body in your doctor says, you know you're you have high blood pressure which is totally A socially acceptable norm for men. Who are forty to fifty years old to go to the doctor and they go you have high blood pressure, take this still and you go okay and then I will win. Can I stop when you just take it forever you're just going to need that forever. Right, we're not dealing with the root symptom. Doing. With the 'cause we're dealing with symptoms and not dealing with the cards. But if you said to that Doctor Gimme ninety days, let me try this and change something and come back and get retested. Your Body can and will heal itself if you switch over to Nam Thai inflammatory diet and what that consists of is. God made food. It's really simple. It takes all that counting and measuring and everything out because you can eat as much. God made food as you want. Nice earnings so That's that's where the course came from. It comes from the loss of my Stepdad and it comes from. How to build confidence in in young women and not letting him grow up with. Eating disorder, which is so common. You know because of all of our marketing people don't really look like that. Sure. Sure. So that's called eating to win now doing another course that's coming out as well. Yes another one it's going to call breathing and moving to win, and that's stems from back talk I had spine surgery after. Playing High Competitive Sports for so many years and I broke my back and then I got L. three or four, zero five as Swan. I have a lot of metal in my back. So I have this group called back talk and I demonstrate even in the book you know like I'm a yoga instructor, a hot yoga. But I've created this modified series for people with back pain or if you have metal in your back like so I don't lift weights any marksman over five years since I've lifted weights, I don't believe that you need it. You know your body weight is all you need all you need. Everything I gave you all you need. That's it..

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"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"So it's simple as that you know an apples better than a bag of chips. Yogurt would be better than ice. Cream. You, know nuts are better than candy. Kinda like eat this not that and when you feel yourself up with God made food. You're not hungry. You know it it fully satiate satiate your stomach. It sugars the right things in your stomach that says I'm full when you eat the right food because you have high water content like the water thing where people drinking so much water. The reason why you need that water is because you're eating processed food if you eat real food. Then you don't have to carry your water jug around with you all the time like if you think about back in the day, it's like there were no water jugs right but they were eating real food. So the food came with the water in it. Okay So it's just the basics. You know this this evening to win course is for Middle America, it's not for athletes it's not for. People that want to get on stage. That's not my niche anymore. It's just for the everybody. How do you WANNA feel? Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? And food can either be. The greatest medicine or the slowest poison. And I watched my Stepdad. Slowly poisoned himself and die of lifestyle choice diseases like diabetes, hypertension and heart stuff you know and. Culturally, there was a time where you know that guy with the big belly was funny and you know is on all the sitcoms and that led to, and then when he retired, he ate very rich food and wanted to drink every night you know and so the one pill at.

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"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"So With those newfound relationships with your girlfriends as well as relationships at home. What kind of an impact is that have on your business? Yeah. So my relationship with my daughter is great because I can show up for her I can be present for her I have boundaries. Of, what we're doing what we're not doing so quick to say, yes to everything just because the Joneses are doing it, you know we we have our set of family values. Of what's important to us to not and does she know what those are? Yes. She does she's grown up program I mean she was right beside being all my meetings and she over here's all my calls in you know like this this group of women that are talking about that help raising her up as well. So yes, she she speaks. She speaks the serenity prayer. You're to know. All right. You know. Yeah, and so as far as business goes. I I. It's unbelievable. What happened I mean meeting you meet so many people carrying the message I mean it's just The Sky's the limit I have no idea what's going to wear the books GonNa take me or where speaking is GonNa take coaching as but for everybody that comes into my life. Is. It's priceless. You know and before I wasn't reaching anybody. So, now I really value relationships over. Staying in a safe bubble you know like I WANNA go out there and uncomfortable situations I wanna go carry the message to. Shelters. Are Different part of town and you know get out of my bubble and see the world because when times are dark, that's when the light shines. It's not like it's dark over here. Don't go there because those are people who are afflicted. It's like, no, I'm drawn to that. So I can then you know show hope. Sure sure I think about. my message and the message I have to share, and this was shared with me a long long time ago..

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"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"Yeah Hi to forgive myself I before moving on to anybody else because. Otherwise you stay sick I mean you are only sick as your secrets and those are the lives. Were only a sick as your secrets and the lies that you tell yourself. So. Changing that narrative in your head of who you are. And how you talk to yourself. And then you know that flows to how you talk to others and treat others. It does you know and that brings up an interesting point unlikely to talk a little bit further about that. So this self talk kind of Nice. So can you give us an example of some self-talk that defeating and how to turn that into something? That's powerful yes. Not Enough. Gut I think is. Probably was on loop. You know that worm loop in your brain that keeps going over and over for many years is always that I wasn't enough. So no matter what I was doing performing not performing it was never enough. I never felt enough for myself. I didn't have that connection at spiritual connection so I wasn't walking. Mike I do now like I'm not alone. I'm a child of God. You know he's got the whole way. You only gives you. You can handle an only what you need. I always felt like that I wasn't enough and so that feeling brought up anxiety and social anxiety and therefore led to drinking to take the edge off. So the acceptance of being enough and that self talk in your head and now like a a real simple way to think of it is like don't say anything to yourself. That you wouldn't say to your best friend to your girlfriend. Would never say that the stuff that would play in my head about not being thin enough. That was a big one you know just with. The way issues always of growing up and. Just never been enough you know only if I was thinner, then my backward and hurt only five was thinner than I would you know so? Not Enough and so that the the simple answer to that John is, yeah, don't say anything to yourself that you wouldn't say to your best friends. Okay. All right. Now as the listeners and you know crystal, the title of this show is relationships in revenue, and so I'm gonNA spend a little bit of time talking about relationships. So for you. What is it like what a relationships like at home in what impacted those have? On your work. So Ben On this sobriety journey for about five years now..

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"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"Or cleaning your room like you. Just if you straight if you straighten up a little bit every day then you're not gonNA, turn into a hoarder. Okay and if you don't look at it, it will slowly higher up in the corner and you just keep not looking there. So. So it is. It is the daily thing. It's a it's a daily thing and some days are better than others. So you're basically just depositing into your motion bank account for when life does happen because even though you have those tools life is still going to happen people are going to be born they're gonNA die they're going to get divorced. You know you're going to raise kids they're going to let you down your friends are going to let you down. You know all that stuff is still going to happen. So if you're emotional bank account is solid with your toolbox. Then you're able to. Respond instead, of react. And you're able to. See what your parties and ten ten seconds, ten minutes ten years like will this matter in ten minutes smatterings days suicide in years you know. So there's kind of an exercise that you can take your thoughts through. And See. You, know is my. Response Really in line with what's happening. Excellent. All right. So let's talk a little bit about the book. So. Some of the questions I'm going to ask you've kind of answered at least part of it so. Let's asked the most obvious question why? Why write the book? So. I could not picture myself past the age of forty I'd never had a vision of. Being a mother. Passed the age of forty or or aging, and I just lived a life a very carelessly and recklessly. For many years and I basically brought me to my knees to my surrender, which brought me to recovery recovery brought me to God. And when I made it to my fortieth birthday sober. I I just felt a deep calling to carry the message. And if I can help one person with this book than it's all worth if I can. Just bring awareness to suicide or bring awareness to alcoholism or depression or anxiety like this is the face of it. You know I have all that stuff going on in here and..

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"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"It's kind of new and a lot of people haven't heard about it but so you get a spiritual adviser in they walk you through the steps. So that's what I'm helping people do now is that a standalone kind of coaching thing you do or do or is that more partnered with other things that you do? Yes. Oh, there's plenty of. Men several different groups. You know private facebook groups and you can also join my my group on facebook quitting to win but it's those people that are all on that spiritual journey of taking inventory together and figuring out where they're at and how to deal with this so. Yes I. Do one on one and yes, I do it socially you know through platforms as well. Okay. Now is this the kind of thing spiritual fitness is this something you would bring into say a coaching relationship that you have with someone who is that onstage performer? You know the bodybuilder type person who? Help. The training part, the nutrition part would you bring that aspect into it as well? I will bring that aspect into ever anybody I'm coaching first thing because that's the foundation it's no longer the the icing on the cake it's the foundation to do this because otherwise. oftentimes, journey can be more exciting than the destination and then when you're onstage holding the trophy or accomplishing whatever weight you wanted to be or looking a certain way, then you feel empty stone, you're like, Oh, I thought if I, if you know if I achieve this, I would would feel so much better. So why are those feelings cleaning? So if you don't have that foundation of the spiritual fitness and your wise aren't right in your purpose isn't right. So I feel that yes that's the foundation of all my coaching. And people know that going into it. Yes that you approach it from that aspect. So has that had. A negative impact meaning? Have there been people who found out that part of your process. It's like you know I'm not ready to..

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"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"waltman" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"Good Morning I'm crystal and you are listening to relationships and revenue with John Human. This is relationships in revenue. The show were real answers come real discussions about what holds men back in their relationships at home and work. A better bottom line at work means improving life at home. This show is all about helping you become a better entrepreneur and a better man. Welcome back to the relationships and Revenue Show I am your host John. Ulan. So happy that you decided to join us today. I am thrilled to have as my guest crystal, Waldman Crystal. How are you today and Canton I'm glad to hear that will folks besides having an awesome interview with crystal takes. She has some fabulous things to share with us. We also have a book that she has just come out with called quitting to win now I realize if you're listening to this, you can hear the book shaking, but you can't see it. That's okay. What that means is you need to buy a copy of her book and we'll be sure to include a link in the show notes for you. But her new book is called quitting to win a proven planned to let go bad habits learn to feel and love. Yourself. So before I get too deep into asking crystal questions just give you a little bit of background about her. So Crystal is a speaker. Coach. Author obviously since I mentioned her book. She's also was part of a national softball championship team when she was in college. She is also a trainer and a nutritionist, but she has two other titles that I believe. She probably holds most dear in those are wife. Emma. What are your thoughts on that crystal? Yes they're all important. They are they are. So, now that I've told everybody a little bit about you and kind of where you are right now. Take us back a little bit as far back as you want to go and just kind of fill in some gaps for us. How did you get to where you are now? Yeah. Okay. So, I started playing competitively from the age of ten to twenty and it was trained hard were card play all the time you could always find me in the dirt of some on some softball field and I just love the sport as young as a youngster I was always wanted to play throw me the ball I, WanNa hit I WANNA be up there So. Fast forward to college. My best friend and I she also went to a different state college and She went on a full ride scholarship and we were home on Christmas break and she committed suicide. So that kind of rocked my world in the softball world and emotionally I just wasn't prepared for it. I stopped playing after that and where I'm at today is really to bring awareness to mental illness Zamin from the pain and turning my pain into purpose. and. Then that pain turned into alcoholism because if I was happy I would drink I was sad I would drink as soon as I became uncomfortable I would start to feel something. I would want to take the edge off so and the culture that I grew up in with the athletes at College..

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