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Fresh update on "week" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:24 min | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"World. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks Dad. Shocker at the Tokyo Olympics is the U. S Women's national team falls in soccer one meal to Canada in the semifinals and will next have to play for bronze medal for the baseball team blows the three run lead to lose to topsy Japan, 7 to 6 in extra innings. One more loss. The U. S will be eliminated. Meanwhile, after withdrawing from the team final as well as the all around competition plus three individual events, US gymnastic star Simone Biles has announced she will compete the balance being final on Tuesday. Miles withdrew from events starting with the team final last week due to an issue called the Twist. These are one seems to lose their bearings in the air. Finally, the US winning his first track and field gold medal as Valerie Almond wins the discus for the throw of closest 69 M. Tottenham star Harry Kane did not report the preseason training earlier today as a 28 year old tries to get the Spurs to agree to transfer to Manchester City. Pain is said to believe that he has a gentleman's agreement with Team Chairman Daniel Levy to listen to offers this off season with the Spurs for £150 million from England International while Man City report lead won't go above 100 million The Indianapolis Colts getting bad news This quarterback Carson Wentz had foot surgery today will.

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Bills, Josh Allen to Table Contract Talks if No Deal by Week 1

Schopp and Bulldog

00:45 sec | 1 hr ago

Bills, Josh Allen to Table Contract Talks if No Deal by Week 1

Fresh update on "week" discussed on John McGinness

John McGinness

00:48 min | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on John McGinness

"Breakout performance opens in U. S theaters. Risky Business featured a few famous scenes but the most a scene in which Cruz's character dances around his house and a dress shirt and underwear to Bob Seger's hit song, Old Time, Rock and Roll, and this week in nine 18 88, the Chicago Cubs host the first night game in the history of Wrigley Field. Wrigley was the last ball park in major league baseball without lights and the second oldest stadium still being used. The first game was actually a rain out and didn't count. The second one did against the Mets. The Cubs won 6 to 4. And that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history on I Heart radio. Good afternoon. 3 49 traffic brought to you by mercury Insurance. Gotta vegetation Fire reported five southbound to south of the West Street off ramp in the woodland area. Crews responding heavy traffic still with us. He spent 80 coming through Davis Richard's past Mace CHF. Eyes of slowing around the airport. He's found caps the freeway slow in the midtown area. Westbound cap slow from El Camino to the American River, Zhong 99, seeing some slowing now between Macron and Caroline consumers and then against south of L Grow Boulevard to pass Grant Line Road..

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Colts QB Carson Wentz out 5-12 Weeks With Foot Surgery

Hammer and Nigel

00:19 sec | 1 hr ago

Colts QB Carson Wentz out 5-12 Weeks With Foot Surgery

Fresh update on "week" discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

00:57 min | 7 min ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on Lance McAlister

"Maybe it At some point this week. I think the plan is for him to join the team here in Saint Paul. So perhaps that's something we'll see this week. You know, it's funny that was going to be my next question. And I I don't know how aware you are or if if you can say but along those lines is do you know anything about an expectation of sends Ellen Moose joining the team there where you are this week? I don't. I do not know about about those guys that I it. I had heard some some some tossing around that Sims would be back this way. So I I think the plan is for him to come back and keep pitching with the bats at least for a little while but have not heard anything about moussaka Stanzel and Alex Blandino, who's been with the bats as well, Not Not sure what the plan is, is for those guys. But once we get to the ballpark tomorrow, I guess we'll find out exactly right. Yeah, um one more, and this is a name off the radar, and I'm rooting for him because he's a former first round pick of the Reds way back in 2014. A lot has happened to him on his journey along the way he is now 28. Um, he's with the bat to Triple A For the first time. Give me your thoughts and impressions on what is happening with Nick Howard, the relief pitcher. Yeah, I think it's really interesting. I mean, he's got a pretty incredible story. When you look at, you know, being released by the Reds a couple of years ago and then and then signed with the Royal but kind of immediately went on the injured list there after he joined Omaha and Um, you know, never pitched and then resigned with Kansas City last year, and then the season got canceled, so never pitch for them again. And then the Reds picked him back up this year and had been a Chattanooga really interesting story, and he's been really good. So far with the bad, I think four scoreless innings in four outings so far, and, um, yeah, I think he's a guy that everyone will be rooting for a little bit and a guy that a lot of These guys were the bats know from having played with him and at other levels of the minor leagues because, you know he's been around the first round pick back in 2014 as you mentioned, so, um, yeah, just a really interesting story and one that I don't think you get to see very often a guy that That gets released by an organization signs with another and then gets back with that original organization and gets to reach triple A for the first time. It's It's a really unique story, and he's certainly got the frame and and I mean, he looked the part out there on the mound, and he's pitched really well for the bat so far. Last question. What? What's it like packing for a two week road trip in the minor leagues? It's brutal. Uh, so the I'd say it's more brutal for the radio guy than than most. You know, Most of the guys get their long you can get some laundry down to the clubhouse or, you know they're not wearing their Their normal close to too much like for me, I've got to bring you know stuff for each game. I'm not. I'm not changing a lot during the day. So yeah, it's true. It's a true 12 13 14 day packing for me. There was definitely some sitting on the suitcase the stuff at all in there, but But we made it. So that's all that matters. Unbelievable. Hang in there. Hey, I always love doing this. Always appreciate the inside. Hope we do it again soon. Absolutely always appreciate Atlanta. Thanks. Take care. There you go. Nick. Current voice of the Triple A Louisville bats. How about that rundown? Jose Barreiro is the league's player of the month today, man, he he has been something. Hunter Green Report. Nixon's L. Mike Moustakas, Lucas Sims and even Nic Coward. Alright, Good. We're up and running seven o'clock hour. We'll get into our little college basketball. Darrin Horn is going to check in from the N k U north at 708 James rippin from Bengals practice the day that was at 7 20 get a Bengals offensive line topic will do around 7 35 or so in Olympics ethics in sports question around 7 50 or so We head down the stretch in this hour will do a a second chance. A red who the Reds got and took advantage of his second chance that as we continue our now carrier sports talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet 700 WLW. Training camp 2021..

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DaBaby Dropped From Major Music Festivals After Homophobic Remarks

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 4 hrs ago

DaBaby Dropped From Major Music Festivals After Homophobic Remarks

"Former The Lollapalooza Music Festival in Chicago cut rapper to baby from the lineup after he made homophobic remarks at a festival outside Miami last week. Margie Szaroleta with the latest Lollapalooza organizers say the festival was founded on diversity, inclusivity, respect and love. And with that, in mind to baby was dropped at Sunday night's closing act. Last week at the Rolling Loud festival, the baby used crude language to call out members of the LGBTQ community and people with HIV and AIDS. The baby's representatives did not respond to requests for comment. Young thug took the babies closing night slot and G her beau was added to fill young thugs. Original performance time marches are led to Chicago

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Fresh update on "week" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 7 min ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Honda. George Wallace with us tonight at George. I know we're still in mourning about what happened with all these trades with the nationals, but I am really Looking forward to the guy is going to be on the mound tonight for the Nats. I agree with you, Sean. Yeah, I just I agree the coming over from the L. A Dodgers. You know, Max is going to pitch tomorrow. Gray is going to pitch here tonight for the Nets against the Phillies this evening coming up in about 15 minutes. He will wear number 40 for all of you keeping track at home. That's at 49. 56 6.5 games out behind the Mets. The Orioles and the Yankees are gonna series as well. Tonight. Washington Football team back in Ashburn to begin week two of training camp Jonathan Allen has a tweaked hamstring jamon Davis has an eye infection after being poked in the eye, and Kyle Allen did not practice today. After tweaking his ankle last week, Carson Wentz will be out at least 5 to 12 weeks. He's going to have surgery on his foot NBA free agency underway. Kyle Lowry has just tweeted He's heading to Miami will sign a three year deal with the Heat. George Wallace, Toby Toby Sports All right, George. Thanks at 6 47 is Jonathan Cotton at the Good Feed store and you've heard me talking. About how I love my good feed arch support so much that I bought the store. Well, it's true. I never had a product transform my life like good feed. Art supports, But listen now to what some of your neighbors right here in the D C area are saying Roberts says. I have had a hard time moving around, do the lower back problems for the first time in six years I ran around the store, Maria says. For the first time and forever I was able to work most of the day on my feet without pain. I love these, Michael writes. I waited too long. The results of how much better I feel in such a short time is a blessing. Chris, he says. It's such an easy way.

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Senators Looking to Finalize and Vote on Infrastructure Bill

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:21 min | 5 hrs ago

Senators Looking to Finalize and Vote on Infrastructure Bill

"Infrastructure bill is written as we mentioned a moment ago, and Chuck Schumer is pushing for its passage. But it's 2700 pages long. It was a long weekend here on Capitol Hill, but senators now have in hand the text of that bipartisan infrastructure package. Total price tag $1 trillion, and that includes 100 and 10 Billion for roads and bridges, 39 billion for public transit and 65 billion to expand broadband Internet. It will now head to debate on the Senate floor, where some senators will try and force some changes. And this will be a delicate task that bipartisan group of negotiators will have to keep at least 10 Republicans on board. This to clear the Senate, and it does face some challenges ahead. Those senators are optimistic that they have the votes that they will pass this by the end of the week. Over in the House lawmakers are already on recess. Democrats hold a very slim majority there, and progressives have already made it clear that they want to see a much bigger and larger package passed first and the House try to force a vote to try and extend the eviction moratorium before they left on that Greece s that field. There's no plans to take this up in the Senate. Now, the White House and Democratic leadership are turning to state and local governments trying to put the pressure on them to quickly distribute the funds that Congress set aside to help landlords and renters of the $47 billion available So far, only three billion has been distributed.

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U.S. COVID Cases up 150% in Last 2 Weeks

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:43 sec | 5 hrs ago

U.S. COVID Cases up 150% in Last 2 Weeks

"Vaccinate daily vaccinations have been steadily increasing in the US far outpacing new daily covid cases. But Those delta varying infections are exploding, say health officials and are preventable. New coronavirus infections are up 150% in the last two weeks, mainly due to the delta variant, the best thing we can do to try to mute that very steady rise in the curve. Is to get more people vaccinated as quickly as possible. Dr. Francis Collins at the National Institutes of Health, told ABC News that would also help the country avoid new lockdowns. If we want to avoid a more severe outcome that might lead to more extreme measures like lockdowns, we know what to do. We just need to do it. Collins said. He's encouraged by a 56% increase in vaccinations. Aaron Carter SKI

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Eagles Rookie WR DeVonta Smith Week-to-Week Due to Knee Sprain

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

01:05 min | 7 hrs ago

Eagles Rookie WR DeVonta Smith Week-to-Week Due to Knee Sprain

"Go, but I saw the report on the crawl on the NFL network. Uh, last segment before Andrew Bogus came in and repeated it in his update. Devonta Smith, the first round draft pick of the Philadelphia Eagles and ligatures Heisman Trophy winner sprained a knee in practice. Over the weekend for the Eagles and is going to miss two or three weeks, which means he should be ready to go weak one, but it means he's probably going to miss the exhibition season. Minimum two weeks and we're only a week away from legals playing their first exhibition game. We're only a couple of days away from the first exhibition game, which is the Cowboys and the Steel is in the Hall of Fame game. But if he misses the first two exhibition game, they're not going to play him in week three. I can guarantee you that Uh, if he's coming back from a knee sprain, they're not going to play him in a meaningless preseason games. So that means he's going to come into week number one cold without having played any exhibition games. And that's unfortunate because I am a big Devonta Smith fan. If you listen to me on the weekend here on CBS

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Why Do We Make Assumptions?

Mindset for Life

01:40 min | 10 hrs ago

Why Do We Make Assumptions?

"Welcome to the mind. Set for life podcast. Today this is bethany hansen. And i am so glad you are here. We're gonna talk about assumptions today. Have you ever had someone really let you down or expect something of you that you just had no idea about likely that was because a there was poor communication but the there were some assumptions. Either you had an assumption about the other person or they had an assumption about you and that wasn't communicated enough. I've talked for a few weeks now on the mind set for life. Podcast about the ladder of inference. I've never mentioned the letter of inference. So if you listened to episodes seventy eight and seventy nine you're not gonna hear me mention it but that is exactly what i'm talking about. The ladder of inference is this tool. That really tells us what we are thinking. It's interesting because when we think in sort of these steps are brain just flies through it. We don't even realize we're doing it. But the ladder of inference gives us sort of a structure to which we can then slow down think about it and realize where we went wrong in our thinking or where someone else went wrong in their thinking at where we need to fill in the blanks. The crazy thing is a lot of the thoughts in our own ladder of inference. Come from our younger life like our childhood or our youth. We have some experiences as we're growing up or as were young in the world and we draw a conclusion based on those experiences

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Repair Shop (MM #3785)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 hrs ago

Repair Shop (MM #3785)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation had a little bit of a crisis last week. My travel laptop had a problem. Wouldn't boot back up, wasn't sure what it was. It's nearly old, couldn't afford to replace it yet, but I took it to another place. I bought it and they said, sorry, we can't help you anymore. It's over 10 years old now and we can't repair it. What should I do this guy down? The street, who may be able to help? Get so hyped down there and amazingly enough he could have repaired it but it would have cost more to repair it than to sell me a refurbished model that was two years newer. So I bought the refurbished model that was two years newer for about four hundred bucks, it was a good deal and back up and running the best part. They just took my hard drive out of the old one, plugged it, into the new one and I was back up and running, but it got me thinking about the repair shop and we just don't have as many of them anymore. Things aren't built to be repaired anymore. They're built to throw away. The new version isn't always as good. It's just new. Luckily, my laptop was spared for the time being and hopefully it'll last a while longer, but that's the sad part about our world right now. It's all about obsolescence. We want to get rid of the old and we'll make you buy new month.

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Repair Shop (MM #3785)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 hrs ago

Repair Shop (MM #3785)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation had a little bit of a crisis last week. My travel laptop had a problem. Wouldn't boot back up, wasn't sure what it was. It's nearly old, couldn't afford to replace it yet, but I took it to another place. I bought it and they said, sorry, we can't help you anymore. It's over 10 years old now and we can't repair it. What should I do this guy down? The street, who may be able to help? Get so hyped down there and amazingly enough he could have repaired it but it would have cost more to repair it than to sell me a refurbished model that was two years newer. So I bought the refurbished model that was two years newer for about four hundred bucks, it was a good deal and back up and running the best part. They just took my hard drive out of the old one, plugged it, into the new one and I was back up and running, but it got me thinking about the repair shop and we just don't have as many of them anymore. Things aren't built to be repaired anymore. They're built to throw away. The new version isn't always as good. It's just new. Luckily, my laptop was spared for the time being and hopefully it'll last a while longer, but that's the sad part about our world right now. It's all about obsolescence. We want to get rid of the old and we'll make you buy new month.

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American star Simone Biles to return for balance beam finals

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 12 hrs ago

American star Simone Biles to return for balance beam finals

"The twenty sixteen Olympic gymnastics champion Simone Biles will return to competition in the balance beam final on Tuesday Biles returns a little over a week after stepping away from the Olympics to focus on her mental health now USA gymnastics says in a statement we're so excited to confirm that you will see two U. S. athletes in the balance beam final tomorrow so neatly and Simone Biles caught what do what you both the twenty four year old Biles won bronze on beam in Rio de Janeiro five years ago and qualified for the eight woman final on the first weekend of the games she had removed herself from the team final on July twenty seventh off to a shaky performance unfold join the first rotation I'm Charles de Ledesma

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It’s In and It’s Big: Senate Unveils $1T Infrastructure Bill

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:07 min | 12 hrs ago

It’s In and It’s Big: Senate Unveils $1T Infrastructure Bill

"Capital this morning where infrastructure week may finally have arrived. A bipartisan group of senators Spent the weekend hammering out the text of a $550 billion bill. Now the 2702 page piece of legislation is on the Senate floor. Majority leader Chuck Schumer says it will pass in a matter of days in the end. Bipartisan group of senators have produced a bill that will dedicate substantial resources to repair, maintain and upgrade our nation's physical infrastructure. The bill covers everything from roads, rails and bridges to energy, drinking water and high speed Internet West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin says the measure is truly bipartisan, having majority leader Chuck Schumer And the Leader of the Republican Party. Mitch McConnell vote for this piece of legislation that says a lot about it. Senator Manchin has said the bill could pass as early as Thursday, along with infrastructure leader Schumer says the Senate will also turn to the budget resolution that carries most of President Biden's economic agenda. Mansion and other moderate Democrats have balked at the $3.5 trillion price tag on that measure. Turning to the

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An App to Track Home Health Care Aides Has Unintended Effects

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:03 min | 12 hrs ago

An App to Track Home Health Care Aides Has Unintended Effects

"Called electronic visit verification apps or even vs they logged the hours and the movements of home healthcare workers paid for by medicaid states are just starting to roll them out as part of an obama at your a program that promised make managing the work of homemade's more efficient and reduce fraud in the system. Virginia eubanks has been following arkansas's implementation of and co. Wrote a story about it for the guardian. She says the state's app has been glitch. Iw which led to missed paychecks for aids. She told me about la- dante walker. Who relies on a home healthcare worker. He had predictably difficult time getting signed up that quickly once he got into the system and he bought his care worker an extra cell phone so that she could use the app. Her first paycheck was missing and in the end she was out like nine hundred dollars for two weeks where he spent every single dime in his rainy day fund to keep her afloat and he says it was total. Chaos

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US: Drought in the West Is Causing a Domino Effect

First Light

01:53 min | 13 hrs ago

US: Drought in the West Is Causing a Domino Effect

"Domino effect from the drought in the West, and it's probably going to affect all of us eventually. Let's bring in Jim Root from Los Angeles. Jim Michael. I'm talking with a group of Western governors President Joe Biden acknowledged Extreme heat prolonged drought. Supercharged wildfire conditions are affecting the country. In many ways is not just about a water shortage, which is severe enough. Almost half of California is now in what's termed as exceptional drought. That's the U. S. Drought monitor is driest level. The exceptional drought covers 47% of California, up from just a third of the state. Only a week ago, 100% of California is in some level of drought. And has been for several weeks now. The domino effect of that well. Fields are left follow. Fortunes removed. Fish relocated recreational activities curtailed poor air quality, along with widespread water shortages and extreme wildfires, But another domino that has fallen affects large animals. California rescue groups and sanctuaries are reporting an unprecedented spike in calls for help from desperate owners of large animals. The severe drought has left them with no water or grazing grasses for their cows, goats, horses and sheep. There are reports of big increases of cattle being herded onto other people's property and hard hit Northern California. Many can't afford the soaring cost of hay or the price to hire a veterinarian for that matter to euthanize and haul away animals. Most livestock auctions were shut down by the pandemics of selling. It's not an option either. All of this could and will likely result in higher dairy and meat prices across the nation. And then there are the wildfires. And it's not just about the historic acreage burned in more than a dozen states and the poor air quality over Western skies, But As the president notes smoke for many of these fires burning in the west and along the Canadian border. Is affecting air quality of states across the country last

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Simone Biles to Make Olympic Comeback by Competing in Remaining Final

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 13 hrs ago

Simone Biles to Make Olympic Comeback by Competing in Remaining Final

"At the Olympic, citing her mental health US As team says Simone Biles will return tomorrow to take part in the balance beam. Correspondent Steve Futterman is in Tokyo after declining to take part first in the overall competition. Then in the vault and even bars and finally, floor exercise. This was Simone Biles last chance to compete here in Tokyo. And quite frankly, I think she's surprised many people by announcing she will compete in this final event. The balance beam in women's gymnastics team mates. Uneasily, who won gold in the all around last week, will also compete on the beam. Late last week, files posted about the fear that led her to withdraw. She detailed a case of twist ease on the vault to term used when gymnast lose their sense of air awareness, Biles explained. She doesn't trust herself as much as she used to. CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez

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The Power of Attention

Daily Sales Tips

02:16 min | 13 hrs ago

The Power of Attention

"The daily sales tips. Podcast and i'm your host scott ingram. It's saturday so here's jeff pejic with today's tip now if you're listening to this you're a top performer. Or you wanna be a top performer. So you're not the kind of person who's going to show up and throw up all over your prospects right. That's not how it works. You know better well. There are a lot of people out there who don't know how it works and don't realize that they could be better. So what i wanna do is just breakdown. Why that show up and throw up. Approach is just no good. And i think that it's missing two vital components and after i go through those vital components. I want to challenge you to do something at the end. That may put you a little bit off. Balance may make you a little bit uneasy. But i think that's exactly how you know that you're going to be challenged in the right way so the first thing that your show up and throw up pitch first mentality is missing is attention and look. I did this earlier in my career. I'd have prospects as i sold from office to office in orthopedics. They would come right to the front desk. They'd see me they'd be willing to talk to me. And i thought that was golden. And i thought it was just a perfect opportunity. Promise my prospect was never giving me their actual attention rose in the middle of something else and that lack of full attention really prevented me from delivering the message that i needed to deliver. It also forced me to rush a little bit in when i started consciously making the decision to not meet with anybody on an impromptu basis but instead work on scheduling time for a later day. Yeah i'll trade you two minutes right. Now keep your two minutes. I just want ten next week at my results went through the roof and not only that i have the right attention from them so they could actually hear and interpret what i was talking about. I knew that you know we could have a clearer conversation. We had better mutual action plans. We understood what next steps were in. The sales process came much more easily. It flowed much better. So if you're not already doing this. And hey i'm not talking to you i'm talking to someone you might know. Think about what. The power of attention is and think about how much

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Two College Football Powerhouses, an Angry Commissioner, and the Big 12's Uncertain Future

The Lead

02:12 min | 13 hrs ago

Two College Football Powerhouses, an Angry Commissioner, and the Big 12's Uncertain Future

"So max. It's early august college. Football season is still about a month. Away has the news of the past. Few days really destroyed your final quiet days of summer. Yes certainly while to think that you know. Usually in in her line of work media days tend to kind of be that starting point for us of it's all downhill from there and coincidentally the big twelve just had their media days in arlington texas. A couple of weeks ago. Not a word was mentioned of realignment or fears of realignment or of texas and oklahoma being on the way out or on the fence or anything and so forever to go through all that sort of polite typical preseason talk and stuff and then within a week the world finds out about the scheme that texas and oklahoma had in the works clearly for quite a while here pretty jarring just for everybody. Well the reason why we brought you on. Max is to explain what in the world is going on in the big twelve and also these claims being made against espn and what to make of all of this. So let's start here. Can you describe how important the two teams that will be leaving. The big twelve texas and oklahoma are to this conference. It's really hard to some. How much texas. And oklahoma mean to the big twelve from a financial standpoint from just sort of a brand perception standpoint. These are the two powerhouses of the conference. They are always the two programs that rate the highest in recruiting the get the best players square. Marvin talented fresca. Certainly texas has struggled to win in a big way over the last decade. Despite having so many good players but oklahoma's one six street conference titles is the big twelve champion for the sixth year in a row for the fourteenth time in the twenty five year. History of this conference. These are kind of the tent poles of the conference there. The top of the food chain here in this ten team league and you know the money. They bring in benefits everybody in this conference.

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Tokyo Games Week Two Begins

ESPN Daily

01:54 min | 13 hrs ago

Tokyo Games Week Two Begins

"So you are man. In tokyo we talked to you last when you were marveling at the robots sinking half court shots at the men's basketball games. Were going to get to men's basketball on a sack. We'll get to russell. Westbrook ben simmons because my soul still has not recovered from that saga with the sixers. But you're on the precipice of week two of the olympics and the last time we talked to you you were extraordinarily disoriented and you had a giant jar of peanut butter. So what's the mood in tokyo. These days the japanese are doing great and he's olympics ryan windhorst a week into covering the olympics from tokyo. They've won more gold medals than they ever had seen olympics. There are still protests happening but From watching the reaction of the japanese success and talking to my friends who are consuming japanese media the games have come a long way in the eyes of the japanese. and so. that's kind of ben this This whole this whole experience. You make the best of your situation. And the japanese have made the best of it and and are thriving are yes so i know you're you're still in quarantine right but you're getting out to see events and stuff. What did you see today. Yeah i went to the men's golf today and For the first time since the gulf became a sport again The us wanted the andrew. Shaw flea who is number five ranked player in the world. Outduel tedeschi matsuyama the favorite to win and the masters champion and they were actually in the final round together at augusta the masters and when mets yama one and on that day Softly cut a joke. He was in choke position. Today i was walking out. There was ninety degrees hundred. Four heat index all sweating a no fans but a lot of the volunteers for their cheering. Matsuyama on and he could have very easily blown this but he made a couple of great saves and that was great to document

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What Is OlympicTok?

Reset

02:27 min | 14 hrs ago

What Is OlympicTok?

"The twenty twenty olympics. Haven't exactly been easy to watch. Yes they are taking place in twenty twenty one during a once in a century pandemic. But what i mean is that it's actually difficult to watch the events and festivities on tv despite. Nbc holding the exclusive broadcasting rights. Finding out where to watch the olympics is confusing as heck as things are spread out over several cable and streaming channels and then without fans there to post videos and photos of the games. It kind of feels like we're missing out but there is one really good place to find. Those highlight videos not to mention excited reactions from coaches fans and the athletes themselves and that place is having already did that. They get here to tell us about. Olympic talk is boxes rebecca jennings. Hey rebecca. tell me about talk in the olympics. What's happening on the app right now. So this is the first olympics. Where tech talk has existed. And i think what we're seeing the same thing that we see from like celebrities who get on social media and then we sort of start to put a face to the name and everything and we feel like we know them. The same thing is happening for athletes on talk and so they are making videos of behind the scenes at the olympic village. Here he wrote me other testing out those beds which is really funny. She's doing yoga. Oh they're making like thirst videos for their fellow athletes It's just like a lot of fun kind of you. See them less as athletes and more as people who are just like their regular young people and it's just like a really joyous thing to behold so let's talk about numbers. How big are the olympics on talk so the olympics are huge on tech. Talk like when. I opened the app. When i scroll a few times. It's like every maybe fifth or sixth video as olympics related. And that's from whether it's the athletes themselves or it's you know nbc's sports coverage where they just do you know cool highlight moments or whatever or it's just fans watching their favorite sport so there's a lot on it Some athletes have you know built followings of hundreds of thousands already in just like the span of a couple of weeks even athletes who had just gone on just prior to the olympics. And then you see. Olympic talk is one of the biggest hashtags. There's like hundreds of millions of us there and with all the olympics hashtag combined. It's like at least a billion views you know. Maybe probably more.

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03:37 min | Last week

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"Asked several questions. He called back within thirty minutes He had the commissioner on with sa within an hour. So i think they're getting there. I think the frustrating thing you know. I think the producers here for me is it. Seems like maybe we would have been able to unlock some of those lands. And i've lived this. I know there's rules in place. I know they're smart reasons why they do this. But i think trying to convey that this feels maybe a bit like a once in a generation drought and maybe we need to approach it. That way so i do. I'm pleased that they're hearing us. I think now folks here asking for is. We'll be more pleased when you see some action. The governor has spoke to agriculture secretary. Tom bill sacked twice in the past week and emphasized. The urgency of the situation walls does not expect. Usda to open crp for hain or greasy before august first citing a lawsuit that is influenced. The process drought is also top of mind in nearly every corner of north dakota north dakota state university vice president for agricultural affairs greg. Laurie says in particular livestock producers across the state are being heavily impacted by the ongoing drought conditions. You know pasture conditions are not good water supplies tough crops going to be real short so a lot of our livestock producers are really working at Trying to figure out how they're going to put up enough forage how they're going to call some of the animals to make room and kind of make some of these judgments lardy reminds farmers and ranchers that there are a plethora of drought related resources available through extension pasture. Conditions are not good water supplies or tough crops going to be real short so a of our producers are really working at Trying to figure out how they're going to put up enough forage how they're going to call some of the animals to make room and kind of make some of these assessments. North dakota farmers and ranchers are experiencing a thirty five to forty percent decline in annual forages this year because of drought in some cases. That number is even greater. Ndsu extension range land and forge specialists. Kevin said vic says while there is forge available it may come with a hefty price tag on an average. It looks like and made this comment. A couple of weeks ago that the state's probably going to produce a third to forty percent of the normal forge in twenty twenty one and so for one define forage would be difficult and to the price is going to be high. And so we've been telling producers. Obviously look as best you can but it's just hard to find feed and then when you do find it can you afford it and so we need to look at all. The strategies should be feeding cattle or should be selling cattle. And it's just it's it's going to be a tough year for a lot of producers because forged limited house. Agriculture committee is marking up a bill that would extend the life of the whip plus program combat sell in associates managing partner. Tom cell said the disaster bill being marked up. We'll cover twenty twenty and twenty twenty one disasters. It includes all the causes of loss from the previous whips and then also expands that a little bit like on the drought side. So it's not just be three or more which is counting arbitrary set our trade. It's very scientific but sometimes things don't follow follow county lines exactly. And so there's there are some real challenges there and that's been a look at news this week in agriculture for the red river farm network reporting agriculture business. I'm megan overby. The north dakota mill has.

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04:35 min | 2 weeks ago

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"This week in agriculture production of the red river farm network with a look at markets. I'm randy conan. Usda project a new crop corn ending stocks at one point four. Three billion bushels. That's up from one point. Three five billion in the june supply demand report corn ending stocks. Number is in line with trade guesses. New crop soybean ending stocks in the us are estimated at one hundred fifty five million bushels also unchanged from the june was d- report. We owning stocks in the us expected to be six hundred sixty five million bushels down from seven hundred seventy million last month also below trade expectations world corn ending stocks are more than two hundred ninety one million tonnes slightly higher than the june estimate world. We'd ending stocks are at two hundred ninety. One million lower than the june supply demand estimate. Agresource company market analysts. Ben buckner said the july was d- report was the catalyst for the grain markets as the week began really only noteworthy changes to the us week balance center and mostly on spring wheat. Which the cut presidentially so you. Wesley productions down over one hundred million bushels of that was all these spring wheat. But now we're this pass where we're running out of wheat entirely in the next couple of years. If we don't buy acres it'd be market. Has all of a sudden you know. Very quickly joined corn soybeans on this bull trend stone axe group chief commodities economist ireland sugerman was watching for two numbers from the wadi report including the spring wheat production estimate now. Usda has germ and then they throw all other spring. We back into one category. And for that i had three hundred fifty eight million bushels. That was the lowest of the trade guesses and it was one hundred million bushels below the average trade guests. So i was really sticking out there on a limb with that low production estimate and us came in thirteen million below me So i wasn't surprised by the number. The trade was surprised by the number. And i think that shows just how bad things are in the northern plains. Sugerman was also watching. For brazil's corn production estimate with usda projecting that and ninety three million metric tons and exports at twenty eight million metric tonnes usda also forecasting spring wheat production at three hundred forty. Five million. bushels that's down forty one percent from last year and it would be the smallest spring wheat crop in more than thirty years at this point. Usda is estimating and abandonment rate of just three percent in spring wheat due to the severe drought most analysts. Expect to see that much higher. by comparison. twenty percent of the spring we'd acres were left unharvested. During the drought of nineteen eighty eight advanced trading commodity research analysts. Brian blasting thinks spring wheat. Abandonment could approach that record set in nineteen eighty eight and one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. We abandoned twenty two percent. The hard red spring planted acreage So if we used a round number of twenty percent this year that would be the highest number since nineteen eighty eight and we arrived at a production estimates to ninety six using the crap rating. So unfortunately it does look like we're gonna see severe abandonment this year and i. I wouldn't be surprised. Unfortunately given what the six ten day outlets national weather services if we approach it nineteen eighty-eight level cattle markets for the week have been kind of choppy corn marketing market analysts. Sam hudson said that feeder cattle market. Especially just kind of ebbs and flows with the corn market. Some concern about feed costs rattling off of corn is gonna rattle off another fifty cents a bushel or something and it's gonna be hard to rally that market conversely if we cool it down a little bit. He's back months. It's really hard to be. You know to bearish on at least for now And the live callard really just caught range-bound really in the crossfire of that whole thing I think prices are fair for now. We've got enough numbers but we know packers can can pay what they're paying now and probably a little bit more at least for the time being and that's a look at markets this weekend agriculture i'm randy conan first tattoo. I wanted to read tough on aphids. Easy on bees. Or it's the story behind that well on my farm. I use this powerful stuff from called. Safina and scallops insecticide. Sorry it's going to sting so safina insecticides strong on aphids and quickly liam plant damage by jan toll on be stallone bs there. The business be strong and gentle with safina insecticide reading follow label. Directions nicely done be from london..

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01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Nine percent of south dakota is experiencing some form of dryness drought conditions in minnesota also expanded with ninety two percent of minnesota at the d. one level or higher areas in moderate severe or extreme drought increased nearly twenty nine percent over the past week that dryness mainly focused on the western side of minnesota according to central and consulting economist. Ben general the hot and dry conditions have already left a mark on the small grains crop however there is some potential yet for the row crops if they can catch some timely rains terrain i. I won't be worrying about anything boarding flowers or early pod set on some really light ground. I've seen some pretty bad drought stress already. Nice kind of an indicator that you know. We're probably ten days away from it's starting to show up in In other fields though early rains were attentiveness. Rate now makes a difference so have a lot of hope and potential for the soybeans corn and definitely sugar beets and sunflowers cornell marketing market analysts. Sam hudson's his traders are expecting rains. Moving through the midwest stabilize the crops even though the soybean crop seems to be behind his regular growth pattern hudson's not expecting much though from the spring wheat crop. The only difference make you're going to have in this one is if there was Someone that has happened to catch a string along shower somewhere along the way there and then they get this to to really help them along but by and large you know i. It's pretty well known about what that crops is going to be. And i think there's some places they're gonna be like degrees if that and that's a look at weather this week in agriculture i'm randy conan for a former every day is different and every season tells its own story. Make this the year. You do it your way koran metros foe your fertilizer that let you decide when the time.

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04:04 min | 3 weeks ago

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"This week in agriculture production of the red river farm network with look at markets. I'm randy conan. Us commodities president. Don rose says it was a risk off trading week really the corn. Just let the air out of the balloon here You know from the top that we had on friday six eleven on these corn. You drop a dollar four from top to bottom and just Six trading days. So you know that's a that's a significant You know the soy you know so. I think it was a risk off trade probably as simple as rain moving through some of the big states here. Us production pretty pretty much. A tale of two areas this season while the northern plains struggling with drought s&w trading market analyst. Andy schussler says parts of the eastern corn belt are having one of their best crops ever central illinois where they got like that eleven inches of rain. Probably looking at two hundred eighty bushel corn. Some people didn't really lucky in northern illinois. We've been really dry. But we kinda got bailed out here this last week by like central illinois like to one area the country. That's really really really good. Clayton pope commodities president clayton. Pope said there are a lot of conflicting market opinions tugging at this grain market. Right now take on it. Is that You know the recent rains received in the north west area. Do you know your home country. There you know definitely not a drought buster. But it's Maybe walked it off the cliff just a little bit here and possibly arguably avoiding a total disaster for some of these areas there i think is such And then the other two thirds of the growing area in the us Looking at pretty doggone excellent conditions for their pollination period. I think it's really kind of commanding risk. Premium come out of this. These corn market the us exported a record amount of soybeans during the first quarter the value of those exports were the second highest on record. Usda's foreign agricultural service reports soybean sales totaling seven point seven billion dollars. Usda analysts said the us was able to take advantage of brazil's delayed crop and build exports with china foreign service reports said soiling export values were expected to remain strong through the remainder of the year global commodity analytics and consulting president. My zoos lows at the grain markets also appear to be hunkering down because of rainfall and mondays. Usda supply-demand report rainfall and report and so the to ours are really in the forefront of our bodies minds the corn would probably be down more in fact randy if you ask me because the trade seems to build up more of a negative attitude as the weeks progressed about the corn market whether it's the supply side and the weather whether it's about the total demand side here in the united states. I've heard more and more about that and less and less about the brazilian crop. And i'm wondering whether the code numbers coming in above ninety million tonnes maybe didn't change some of the rhetoric and force the market into a real technical kind of tough spot with some of the key weekly and monthly charts Getting violated here as we close out the week on the week. Minneapolis spring wheats September was down. Twenty four and a half cents. Chicago is down thirty seven and three quarters in kansas city september. It was down twenty five and a quarter while september corn was down sixty two and a half cents for the week. December corn down. Sixty two and three quarters august soybeans lost fifty four cents this week november soybeans were down sixty nine and three quarter cents. That's the look at markets this week in agriculture. I'm randy conan. This is a wakeup call for you. And your fields microbial from source by sound. Agriculture source is a revolutionary chemistry approach. That doesn't rely on bulk nutrients or.

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03:52 min | Last month

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"This week in agriculture a production of the red river farm network with a look at markets. I'm randy conan. The supreme court ruling favoring oil refiner seeking waivers from the renewable fuel standard expected to have a big impact on demand for corn and soybean oil martensson egg risk management president. Randy martensson says. That decision will impact demand for egg commodities. Well that's kind of what they're thinking is that it could slow down the demand on the biofuel side which will slow down ethanol demand and slow down the biofuel or the the oil demand for bio fuel so biodiesel. So that is that's kind of what's hitting the market. But i think in the end you know we're still not we're still going to see the demand i mean. You look at clean energy. The ethanol is still something. We're going to have to use global commodity analytics and consulting president. Mike sue slow said the combination of weather and that supreme court ruling had traders throwing in the towel this week soybean oil especially down over five percent almost five and a half percent you know getting close to the limit down level this is really an issue for the trade and i think it couldn't have been at a worse time when it comes to much-needed rains in parts of illinois and indiana and even some in the northern plains areas not nearly enough but at least there is a rain on the radar screens Going into the weekend trade basis levels remain strong for corn soybeans across the northern plains bannon company market analysts christie van on tells farmers to be mindful of what month that basis is being based on. That's one thing to really know when you look at those basis levels when you're deciding that if you have all crop on hand is what month. They're going after and you don't blame an elevator and ethanol plant for shifting up that risk because we learned from the mehta july contract. A lot of people got caught squeezed there in that contract and we're dealing with that now and so somebody's levels look extremely attractive but we just need to know what they're going off of and related back to the cash price you know whereas the cash price a survey of market analysts by the wall street journal expects corn supplies to be roughly four point. Two billion bushels as of june first. That's down from five billion bushels a year ago so bean stocks expected to be seven hundred ninety five million bushels down from one point four billion last year. We'd stocks at the end of the quarter are expected to be at five hundred. Excuse me eight hundred. Fifty eight million bushels down from one point zero three billion a year ago. Usda will be releasing the quarterly stocks report. Along with the planted acreage report at eleven o'clock central time on wednesday comstock investments market analyst. Joe camp says traders will be very cautious ahead of those reports cautious by say farmers who are somewhat in in many areas worried about what they might produce Worried about the upcoming weather turning hot and dry again But also some cautious on the part of speculative buyers. They've mostly been selling in terms of profit taking for the week. Minneapolis july. We'd gained sixty cents. September was up forty one and three quarters chicago july. We go down twenty five and three quarter cents. Kansas city july we it was down six and a quarter cents. July corn losing eighteen and three quarter cents on the week. December corn was down forty seven cents for the week. July soybean's down sixty six and a quarter cents in november soybeans. Were down forty three and a quarter cents on the week. Twenty seven hundred head of cattle sold at the rugby livestock auction during this week sale. Normally that auction barn would have gone to sales every other week by this time of the year. Three to six year. Old cow calf pairs ranged from fifteen hundred to seventeen hundred fifty dollars solid mouth pair selling for fourteen hundred to sixteen hundred sixty dollars. Slaughter cows.

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01:47 min | Last month

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"Usda say farmers will be getting their full quality loss adjustment program payments and additional twenty nineteen whip plus program payments in the coming weeks tune into the red river from network next week for the full story nearly one week after epa administrator. Michael regan came to north dakota. The us. Justice department filed a motion requesting a remand for the trump administration's navigable waters protection rule. This is the first step. The epa is taking to revamp the modus rule. The us department of justice said the remand would avoid unnecessary litigation in the court over the aspects of the rule. That will be reconsidered. Here's what regan would like to see addressed. In this new quotas rule. There are aspects of the current rules. That i personally and professionally. Believe unlawful on that were really hard to implement as state regular north carolina. I think we have to. We have to be really honest about if we all agree. That one size doesn't fit. All that goes on both sides of the ledger and there. Some aspects of the current rule that don't offer protections to some states that are not as situated have different geographical considerations than than north dakota. My have what is listening session in. North dakota is expected but at this time no further details are known j. b. s. Paid eleven million dollars in bitcoin to the criminals who hacked. It's it system. The ransomware attacked has been linked to a russian group j. b. s. said. It made the decision to pay the ransom to make sure no data was stolen and to prevent any potential risk for its customers the big spread between packer. Prophets in cash cattle prices continue to deliver heartburn to the beef industry. Here's american farm bureau president. Zippy divall we're moving forward trying to find that transparency.

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04:38 min | 2 months ago

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"The <hes> <hes> d. four or exceptional drought classification south western north dakota and northwestern south dakota received well over one hundred fifty percent of normal rainfall this past week but that was not enough to offset drought conditions. Dry conditions have also expanded d. four or exceptional drought classification south western north dakota and northwestern south dakota received well over one hundred fifty percent of normal rainfall this past week but that was not enough to offset drought conditions. Dry conditions have also expanded into southeastern south dakota for the first time this year. Western minnesota is facing abnormally dry and moderate drought conditions. Mother nature turned up at the heat this week. High temperatures are soaring into the nineties and lower one hundreds in the upper midwest north dakota agricultural weather network director dale. Richardson says this heat wave is similar to conditions one year ago last year. Many areas verge ri- but these dry soils young crops were living off a surplus of subsoil moisture from the wet fall of twenty nineteen and so we still had quite a bit of subsoil moisture this year. Of course we don't have that with the heat you know i'm just wondering if we're not gonna lose crops with this heat wave 'cause there's not a lot of soil moisture in that top say three or four inches you know. The crops aren't very mature that can't go down and get where the moisture is in the soil. It's going to be several days At ninety plus for many locations crop stress is going to occur. Would be an understatement. I just hope we don't lose too much with this heat wave and then hopefully the rains that come next week. We'll be in time to save the crop. There are light scattered rains in the forecast over the weekend and next week however dt n. senior agricultural meteorologist. Bryce anderson is not optimistic for big rains in june any moisture. We get now is just going to barely kind of get us by until the next Possible shower event. So i mean we already have a say real wide area certainly very impressive of central n. senior agricultural meteorologist. Bryce anderson is not optimistic for big rains in june any moisture. We get now is just going to barely kind of get us by until the next Possible shower event. So i mean we already have a say real wide area certainly very impressive of central north dakota that is now in drought level. Four exceptional drought much of the remainder of the state is an extreme drought. And and i fear that we're we're just going to see that You know that type of drought Intensifying and and and really cause Some more issues with crop health particularly if these If these very stressful temperature forecasts do come to verification soybeans in the wimbledon north dakota area got nipped by last week's frost farmer. Joe ericsson thinks there's about five hundred acres that may need to be replanted on his farm. More rain would definitely help the crop. The rain we did get we ended up having a rotary hosts being the top. So or get new. This'll crusty that Big slabs of trust were up there so we had to break them up. And i think that worked pretty well. We did a hundred and fifty acres of that. It's been ten of a after getting in so early. We've rarely been done my birthday yesterday and we rarely come by her birthday if ever so we were done supposedly done. But i guess we weren't at barnesville minnesota farmer and rancher jake thompson says the crop is widely variable here on our farm and kind of seeing some poor. Corn stands <hes> soybeans. Some of the early ones. <hes> are up. They looked really good. But we did have a little frost damage to some of those We did put some soybeans in a little bit later Just checked on those yesterday. They haven't poked through yet but A lot of stuff is there subsoil moisture. it's there it's just We're getting a lot of variation and that's been a look at whether this week in agriculture reporting agriculture's business. I'm a megan overby gallon. Usa producers of epat hamsun sunlen permit. Herbicides also produces targa herbicide targets and effective post grass. Control herbicide dry beans. Flax lentils peas soybeans and sunflowers target delivers excellent control of annual grasses as well as herbicide tolerant volunteer corn. When it's time

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04:10 min | 3 years ago

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"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

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04:10 min | 3 years ago

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"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

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04:10 min | 3 years ago

"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

ALPHA Greeley Tom Chris
"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

ALPHA Greeley Tom Chris
"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

ALPHA Greeley Tom Chris
"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

ALPHA Greeley Tom Chris
"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

Greeley Tom Chris
"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

ALPHA Greeley Tom Chris
"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

ALPHA Greeley Tom Chris
"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"week" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I mean, I someone say, well, hey, I'm a dad, and yeah, your dad, but like the kids never actually came out of your body. There's a transitional power that takes place between being a mom and but between being a wife and a mom, and once your mom, if your mom to a boy, because we're talking about men, this is immense fucking show. If your mom to a boy, then there's the beginning of that pit. That starts because there's another direction relationship between you and another alpha. So. We will have one female in our lives. And we could have daughters and that's fine. But you will actually have multiple ALPHA's in your life, your husband and as well as the boys. There's a difference between a and you know this a little bit more from history than ALPHA's and. We just we just, I mean, I think in this space in this time we've we're uncovering so much more about women and so much more about a wives and are the moms and moms toy kids like this is a complex fucking maze. If we haven't figured out our own our own pit, we don't even have. We don't even have the tools and the right to even try to understand the pay, you know, sitting down and undestanding all this shit will be at the surface level, but really navigating through the maze of your pit as as a husband that wants to go through that. Like, dude, you're going to have to know what the fuck the pit is yourself. You know, it's interesting that you mentioned that and I didn't even make this connection until just now. Then I had done an essay on my children's birth stories and within that for my own for my own sake, because I realized that there's there were great lessons to learn in each of those birth stories because they were also different. And in that essay, this. Was in two thousand sixteen I realized that I had had four warrior weeks. One on may nineteenth two thousand six one on may. Fifth, two thousand eight one on June twenty. Fourth, two thousand ten one in November seventeenth. Two thousand twelve. And each of those warrior weeks taught me something about myself because of motherhood. So you're fucking qualified be sitting here, your graduate four-way weeks. And that's what God wanted you to be here. Because if you're not a graduate of the week, you re you won't really have a seat here and for you to find that space. And that time it's it's beautiful. Is actually very powerful that you said that. And if you would have a message for the wife of all demand are wrestling right now on the podcast and just getting a perspective from from a wife from mother perspective, and you've seen you've seen hundreds of of our of our men going through their heads with their lives, and you've heard thousands of stories of separation and liberation and distances and all kinds of issues that that is happening between wife of one woman based on Greeley like nothing at the end the day right this, this unnecesarily gap that takes place and that is fueled by lies. If you would have a message to the wise not to the guys, but if you would have to message to the wives, like, what would you say? What would you say to invite them through a process of their own warrior week? What would you say to invite them to a process of discovery? This covering things that you've discovered the transition between a wife to imam. Tom and the power that you gained from that pain and what you're doing today would that I love that question. So when Chris did warrior ex, I got super jealous part of it was because I, you know, I was part of warrior for a whole year and a half, and yet here's my husband doing a warrior, live event and that I couldn't do. And so I went and started looking for myself my own program at which I've now started developing my own takes and everything else, but but to not try to be your husband has let him do his job..

ALPHA Greeley Tom Chris