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AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
AJ Is Getting Nervous With All the Gender Fluidity Going Around
"But I tell you what, I am getting a little bit nervous of all these people just having no problem talking openly about their sexuality. I'm getting old, I guess, but you know what my daughter I took her to see that singer, youngblood, a couple of weeks back. She loves the guy. I want to be showing, puts on a good show. You know, and he's dating Halsey. Another little hot shit singer that I think is adorable and is great at what she does. And listen, both of them have come out and said, look, you know, sometimes we don't know who the boyfriend is or who the girlfriend is. Were that free with each other? Youngblood says, hey man, I can walk out of the house. If I see somebody who's a transgender or transsexual and I think they're cute and we hit it off, I'm gonna take a walk with that person. You know, she says, hey, he says, you know, look, I can come out of my house. We're in a dress. Think of all the generations ago, how many people wore dresses? I don't know where he's getting that from, but the point is, he can be with some money whether they're in a dress or they're in a tough shit outfit that looks like they're gonna kick your ass. Either way it turns him on. Same thing goes for Halsey. And those of my daughters two favorite singers. I don't know. I mean, when I was growing up, people that I liked had crazy predilections. It didn't, it didn't change me, but I'm a father now. So it's getting me a little bit concerned. And even if the people back in my day did feel that way, like David Bowie, we knew bully Bowie posed on a fucking album cover with a dress on. So he wasn't a shocker. But this little innuendo that some of these people are just getting out there and social media, now we're all we all get to know what they feel and what they want, what their desires are. Back then there was a mystery to it. I don't know, the whole fucking thing.
The Life Stylist
"youngblood" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"Of which, I forgot to announce that guys can, guys, well, all people all humans guys can catch the show notes for this at Luke's story dot com slash sleep. So we've been talking about all these different supplements and things and all your products. You can find them there. Also, I don't know if I have this exactly right, but correct me if I'm wrong, but I think we have a discount from you guys on the dock pro with the code Luke ten. 10% off. Is that real? Check show notes. It's probably the right answer. Okay. Discounts are not readily available for Doc bro, so that's really a special one. So yeah, definitely. 'cause it's brand new, so you don't discount on it. You don't need to put it on a discount on it. People don't want it. And then I had another one Luke 22 for other stuff. Yeah. And that would be for like the Uber. Does that count for accessories? Are you still a great question? We would make sure there's some discount for your audience and all the story fans out there. I love you. It's like when you have someone on and they have a cool product. I mean, I'm happy to promote and everyone makes money and it's all good. It's good commerce, but the audience I know sometimes listens is like I want that thing and I can't afford it so any little bit helps. So don't worry about the codes guys just go to Luke story dot com slash sleep and you'll find everything there. Now it's time to turn you on to one of my favorite.
The Life Stylist
"youngblood" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"Slash Doc pro. And these guys have been kind enough to give you 10% off the Doc pro with code Luke ten, 22% off all of their other units with the code Luke 22. Again, that's Luke story dot com slash Doc pro. Okay, let's go ahead and get into this sleep special with Todd and Tara youngblood, and if you enjoy this episode, please share it with a friend who could use some sleep support. I'll see you on the other side. All right you guys, let's talk about some sleep. Fantastic. Great to see you again, Todd. I know it's been a while a couple years. Yeah, yeah, we did an episode way back in the day at paleo effect. That's right. That was well, not that I don't do that anymore, but that was like in the gorilla days when I would just like go and basically poach people off the tech hall floor and be like, what's this thing you made? This is cool. Let's talk about it, you know? Upstairs, pigeonholed in the second floor of the Palmer center. Yeah, and you guys have come such a long way and also so glad that I found you because as we'll talk about not there's nothing to even come close to having optimize my sleep than what you guys have created. That's great, really great to hear. Yeah, and I'm so glad Tara that you came along too. Yeah, yeah. It was nice to bring me this time anyway. Yeah, it's cool, 'cause I've been, as I always do, I've been listening to a podcast with you, and I'm like, oh, terror is like the secret weapon in the company. You know a lot of stuff. So I'm like, we're gonna extract much wisdom from you today. Yeah, definitely a sleep geek. So first thing I want to ask you guys as a married couple that both run a company, what's that like? And how have you, have you had any challenges with that? And if so, how have you? I have quit so many times. I'm like, I can't work with you anymore. I'm going to job at McDonald's first. And I don't really like McDonald's. So that says, I would do that instead. But we've generally gotten so we have our rules of because back to sleep, I'm a morning person. So by 9 o'clock, if he brings up work stuff and says, hey, I don't think we can do something by tomorrow. And I'm like, I'll stay up all night and not be able to sleep. And then he doesn't really want to hear at 6 a.m. when I'm up. I've solved that problem. I'm ready to go. He's like, give me too late. I want to warm up. So we've kind of figured out our rules of how do we navigate that? How long have you guys been married? 26 years. A long time. We met the first day of college, and we were both engineering students..
Covert Nerd Podcast
"youngblood" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast
"Yeah, but he doesn't do monthly he doesn't do the interior work anymore. Okay. So he's always teasing everybody. He just does one panel. Maybe is that something as a comic artist, that's the kind of the cream of the crop. I'll just do covers. I don't have to do that. It's a very similar view that can make a really good living doing only covers and don't have to do sequential. Okay. There's a handful of them, but yeah, with like art Adams, it's because he's really detailed and he's really good, but he's really slow. Okay, so he would not like a, you got a two week deadline to get all 30 pages done or something like that. Yeah, he used it, he used to do it back in the 80s, and then he did his own series with image. Monkey man. And then he just, he couldn't meet deadlines. So at some point he just said, you know what? I've got a huge market here that I can, you know, people, all the companies, even as you've never heard of. And overseas are just chomping at the bit to get him on a cover. So he can do that and he never has to draw any panels. And we get to draw the fun stuff. Yeah, yeah. Hey, more power to him. Yeah. All right. Well, let's dive in on cards here real quick. And the first one that I came up with is the image youngblood cards that came out in 1992 and just like we were talking about anything that had the image logo on it. Specifically even rob liefeld on in the early 90s, sold like wild cakes. Didn't matter how crappy it was. And these cards are crappy. There's no nice way to put it. The images, the graphics, the art they pulled from is all from the young blood comic book. There's no unique art here. The cardboard is, it's bad. It's not glossy. It looks like the same cardboard you use on your captain crunch. Cereal box. Right. All it has on the back then, so the front has your typical panels from the comic book on the back. It has just a little black and white image of the same thing that's on the front. And then it has just maybe a little story about like this one talks about the first image or first issue of youngblood. And nothing, nothing unique at all. Any of them, like it's a card unique to shaft, it's going to tell you what his powers are, his real name, things like that, or no, not really. I mean, it just had, it would just kind of tell about what's on the front, typically. There wasn't the foil cover that it came in..
The Purple Principle
"youngblood" Discussed on The Purple Principle
"Of the show for the past thirty plus episodes with some bittersweet news. I'm moving onto the newspaper. World to develop by reporting skills here in california kind of big interesting place for somebody from new hampshire though. I do hope to return to audio someday. The most importantly. I want to thank you for listening to us over the past year and i encourage you to keep listening because i could not be happier to hand my microphone over jillian youngblood the purple principles new co co-hosts and former guests of the show early in the season two episode. When marshall's land pigs fly an americans reach consensus jillions. The executive director of the nonpartisan group civic genius and jillian. I loved working with you on that episode and really respect what you do at civic genius. Thanks so much. Emily and for those who have not heard that episode. Civic genius is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization aiming to overcome political polarization and rebuild civic culture. One of our main obsessions is identifying. The surprising amount of common ground that americans cross the political spectrum. Have on a wide range of policy issues and emily. I've really enjoyed listening to you over the past year. And i'm thrilled to be co hosting now. But rumor has it. I'm going to need some orientation. I and you have a few guest highlights that you wanted to share maybe but not quite a formal orientation but some wisdom to co host by. I've learned something from every interview that we've had but a selected three bits that really resonate with me. And the first is my favorite metaphor from dr abigail marsh of georgetown in the season. One episode heard from the heard You know you think heard musk ox when they believe they're being threatened by wolves. They clustered themselves together. A very tight way and you know threat does that to really any social species. You clustered together with those who are like you and in effect in an attempt to ward off the threat in so when communities believe they're being threatened by others who are they perceive a threat to their values or to their livelihood or to their welfare new tend to get more sort of black and white thinking which is another strong promoter of ideology of lack of trust you know tendency to be mistrustful hostile and prone to conspiratorial thinking withdrawal. Sort of bound up together. Yeah we do all cluster and bare our teeth a bit when threatened and with so much partisan noise especially on social media. It's easy to feel threatened all the time. And honestly i was always more interested in the underlying psychology the politics because psychology shapes political views and polarization and the us versus them in the ushering in all of that which leads to my second audio sample here from dr j. m. b. full the respected neuroscientists from nyu on coal mentalities which unfortunately is what we're seeing a lot more of in our politics and there's been a couple studies where they have what they're what happens when certain cults predict the end of the world and they've been able to study what happens the day that the that prediction doesn't come true. What you might expect is call number. Should update their beliefs. It should be like oh my goodness this cult was totally wrong. What was i thinking. I've got to rebuild my life. And i bet to move to leave this call but that's not what happens in fact a couple of studies that have gone into these cults. Look at these cult members have found if anything the opposite happens they actually doubled down on this identity. They have with this cult. And so there's a kernel that psychology in human nature that applies to all kinds of identities. We have whether we're talking politics and people find something terrible about their favorite party or politician and they can't like ov- it. I've seen that an action emily. We often get locked into these. Partisan silos come heller high water or new information and it feels like we've become a nation of to one party systems exactly and in psych speak. That's called motivated reasoning. Which is the filtering out of information that undermines our pre existing beliefs. But if we're aware of that we can be better journalists and less judgmental and thus more compassionate people amen though i can tell you from having worked on capitol hill and instead he politics that compassion does not always exactly bubble fourth. It's not easy for sure and again. That's one of the big lessons in neuro. Psych is that we're not so different from those. Musk ox were hardwired to be tribal. And that's really important to have in mind on social media it's unhealthy for democracy if we only interact with people who think exactly like us but it's also way more challenging to interact online with people that we don't agree with my favorite guests on. That topic is dr. robert elliott smith an expert at university college london and author of rage inside the machine re humanize as much as possible. Your interactions and this is a controversial in his. try to unblock people and know. It's really hard. But i find myself. There are people who i've blocked because these people are dangerously offensive. You know they're saying really ugly. Things are trolling me. Those people have to be blocked. Okay i understand that. But then there are people i blocked in the past a block them because they just sit something that basically didn't fit my world view that well and i decided i want to see any of that content. Try to ease off that a bit because our studies have definitely shown that opening up. The connectivity effectively allows the information not just to flow to you but to flow beyond you. And if you change your network structure you're changing it for many many people. Not just yourself. Duly noted emily open up those networks and that might be the most enlightening orientation i've had in my career even if it wasn't supposed to be an orientation but you know emily. I'm going to have to hand this mike right back to you because for one the show are sent me one and more importantly we hope to hear your voice on the show from time to time when schedules and pandemics and forest fires permit definitely. It is crazy world out there but i am very happy to do that and again purple principal guests in listeners. Thank you so much for listening and supporting the show. It's been great kicking this off with you and best of luck. To co-host jillian young blood on unraveling this whole polarization mess. Thanks so much emily. I'm sure we'll figure it out eventually but might take another season to you so any minute listeners. Please stay tuned to the purple principle of podcast about the perils of polarization available. Wherever you find your podcasts and stop by purple principal dot com for our newsletter herbal principle imprint are episode show notes are purple shelf of recommended reading and a whole lot more. The purple principle is a fluent knowledge. Production music composed and created by ryan dare rooney except of course for the songs of the musk ox..
OC Talk Radio
"youngblood" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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OC Talk Radio
"youngblood" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Anybody can join. And i let them use them as references or to look at my. I do have a lot of people that are not artists. they just like looking at my pictures And then i ended up about two months ago starting to patriot channel which has a lot more pictures for people who want kind of higher quality for artists. But it's My facebook group is. It's and there's a ton of facebook group like this. Don't think i'm you know i'm profound in doing this. But it's just it's free reference photos for artists by holly and you join. That is a catchy title. It's not but you can. You can also look you up at holly cannon art yet right but the free reference photos was a ton of those by holly. Is there a lot of other people on facebook. That do the same thing. Let me just say this to if you're watching this On youtube but not many people do but kind of behind the scene. They actually do get to see us. Here this is a a a radio show that then is turned into a podcast. But however would you please subscribe and say something nice you can. Even you can even lie. That'll be one of the free since you get in life and say it was good and holly knows the get three free sins. But we're not gonna talk about that. But i would want to say a word about standing stone ministry Which is where I partner with this wonderful group of people and and what we do is we work with clergy and leaders in ministry who may be struggling and need a safe place People who've been there and done that. And i'm i'm old enough. I've been there and done that. And just love my work with with leaders in the church Able to encourage them and this is a hard time. There's a chance you'd consider supporting us. Just go to church dot org and there's a subscribe button if you've been thinking about doing that for awhile and putting it off if you do it today there really is a need now and so we thank you for that kind of ahead of time and promise to be faithful with anything that you give. I'm having said that holly You you know ministry You you've been in it from a lot of ways But you're serious about your faith are too i mean how. How does your christian faith affect your art. You know it is. Sean todd a picture last night you know. Every picture i take is just almost an expression of my enjoyment of what god's given us i mean we all take for granted you know a gorgeous sunset and that pretty and you get your phone out and you snap a picture of and it's like god created that for you to enjoy..
"youngblood" Discussed on Spiritual Dope
"How are you going that that so we teach tools for that way teach tools for this inner asturian and that's one thing that men can relate to and if you give them an analytical process vic that they can see where civilised wh where simple creatures pictures and things you can see you know Tell me a map. And i'll follow it so there's what to do. Teach these tools that i have so call during the pain that when you're triggered quick visualizations who released the emotional energy man fact. Anyone who joins email gets that give that away. That's one of those must have tools. And so it's a way to when you lose the charge your head clears up and you're able to make better choices but then there's also you know how do you let go of insecurities and he goes out. You know how to your clear out old resentments. You know what are the practices that so one of the things. I have found as a motivator from believe that was your question as how do we get men moving. What you care about. Do you care about having a better marriage to care about better career. You care about being a better leader. What's the goal that would make doing this work worth it for you. Because that's what i do with my executive coaches say. I mean my executive clients when i'm coaching them. What's what do you want to have happened. Well i want to be able to the one of these days you know. I want to be able to lead this company and really have it grow. I wanna have a huge impact on the lives of people that work for me. Also here's how to get there know so you can think of it like a trojan horse. The the trojan horse is the goal they want. You know it's the big shiny thing inside is the thing that delivers it okay. And that's transformation that's the raising of your consciousness learning how to master your emotions and an elevating how you see and interpret the world. that's powerful rights. I mean essentially. You know what. I'm hearing you say is you know. Give them something to make the transformation worth it right. You know Help them to identify all right. Well hey does does does massive goal for you in your life that you would like to to get to. We'll guess what the one thing that's keeping you out of From that face as everything that you've ignored capacity you don't really well with you know You know you you got good grades you you did the right things and and and i know you climbed the right ladders for right here right now where you're at you've got adjusted shit that you haven't addressed life and and and it's important to right and i. I think one of the things that i was hit on when i talk with some of my clients or even just Conversations is that Again especially as men. And i'm sure there's plenty of women out there too like we've been told to shut we. We feel like we were taught to shut down her emotions were so we don't even have the tools. Yeah so to to identify them. And that's that that doubles the frustration to be like wow viewing. I don't know what it is. Does it anger. Frustration is all the things and it's going to lash out because you have no way if you don't know what it is. How can i say. That's exactly what i was raised. In a spare the rod spoiled child household and my father was pretty extremist punishment. And then you know after betas he would say. Stop crying or i'm gonna give you another reason crime and so we just weren't allowed to cry. I mean i'm sure you've heard that from other men and of course there appears that we show any sort of weakness and not nothing worse than to be called sissy so sadly i think it's changing. That's changing i. I would say it's changing. It doesn't it doesn't you know it's it's we're definitely at the changing of the guard right. We've got. We've got the boomers that that you know Kind of still are holding onto to that as we've got and i hesitate to call it like an evil society that because again you know i think each generation serves as purpose. Move us forward. Ray right so to your point though. I believe that. I see changing. Could it also be that. I'm so saturated in this space that that's all i'm to i don't know i'm okay with either one of those two. Though the rate so in order to address some of the emotional mastery do do check out our first of all that the book that that Mark has mentioned. I think. I think that's very helpful and beneficial And then you know if if you're looking to join the community where should we send people mark to go ahead and joined the communities. Yeah so There's a free community that i'm in periodically. Because i'm spending so much time and suicide community. It's it's called the radiant so community on facebook and you can just search for it and it's free and you can join the public community so it you know it's lovely but it isn't the place to go to actually tell the truth and do your work because it's public but to join suicide community. Here's lincoln i'm going to read it to you. It's go like the word. Go dot pathway to radiance dot com slash sol side. So it's go dot pathway to radiant dot com slash ford slash salsa. And and. you'll go to a page describes what all you get in the community and you'll see some videos where i talked to you about it and it's got a you know i get the.
"youngblood" Discussed on Spiritual Dope
"Out. They do that right so i think that. That's that's kind of Underestimated the power of a prayer. Or will you know will good vibes or whatever you need to call it right. L. let's all send like you know concentrated thought of good thought and healing towards this one space. And so i enjoy that you do that. I don't think i've ever shared that with you before. So i think that's a real powerful tool that you're helping others to see for themselves One of the tools that You you you've given a couple of free transformational coaches Sessions to me personally. You have found them to be I was just thinking about it earlier. the food worthy. You do it so surgical right but you know when floor though surgical like an you know not like you know. I'm a barber from the eighteen hundred surgical but like laser surgery and where it doesn't feel like i'm being beaten and battered to our conversation. There's a there's a true. It's noninvasive. And i come out of it and i'm like there's like this. There's you know this amazing. Feeling so i think that you know. That's that's awesome and you share those with people Through the group as well The wanted to you know. Won't you just really quick. Let's walk through Doing like you know the the the the clearing the energy thing walk walk. Walk us through Do the cyclone us. Yeah yeah so. This is a great thing that everyone can begin using right away. And it's the idea that our energy body you know it interacts energetic level with everything and everyone and we pick up other people's energy we also kinda off gas home negative energy and if you ever saw the movie paints a little boy that walked in and dust just fell off on this this winter energy bodies look like they're really generally very but there's a very simple technique that Give you two versions of it that you can use the cleanness out and wash it out and one of them is just thinking fashioning. A white waterfall near standing on a waterfall of white sparkling light. That's washing down through every part of your energy field all the way out to the edges of your ara through every cell of your body washing any rooster negative energy not negative an kinda evil way but negative in a heavy vibration way. So it's it's washing us energy out just visualize that and and you can almost imagine water this clean water coming in and then it gets dirty as it is it. Flushes this out and you'll you'll start to have sensations feel lighter cooler often so that's the white waterfall and a more powerful version but different people respond to different forms of this is to like a to the world is like a tornado. That is a brilliant white light. Starting thirty feet above your head coming down to the center of your body now larger than your energy beal sweeping out that that heavy energy sweeping out the cells of your body and then carrying that down thirty feet the earth and deposits it there because there's beings that will consume consuming energy. Because it's just it's just having energy it's nothing Bad or toxic about is just heavy. And you want out of your field nothing. Thanks for sharing. That and i always find that to be I always find that process to be super helpful. Right says yeah. House mayfield later brighter. Like i just been clorox or something and you wanna do it many times a day anytime you've gone out and you've been around people before you go to bed it'll help you sleep when you first get up. You know a lot of people when they're taking a shower too. Good reminder. I'm in the shower. Let me just do a whitewater waterfall on in the shower and call it energy hygiene and you keep your energy clean just like you do your body. It's one of many tools that are important. Might something else you hit on during that I know that. I personally struggling with. Is that when you think about the idea of you talked about kind of washing this energy away. You're getting you know. The saipan onto deposit is other energy and using the word negative simply because we don't have a better term for it. But but what you're saying and i'm hearing and is great for me because i've always been like well. I just wanna be like all positive energy breathing positive and i'm to read out positive and i'm not trying to bring a detriment anybody anywhere novice no. It's the idea the idea of You know that energy the hey not be benefiting me maybe be benefiting something somewhere else. I like to thank you. That's very helpful. Yeah right it's just it's just frequencies right through the 'cause it's heading this anti energy. Yeah yeah yeah and that. That's helpful right just the idea of of of that which isn't serving me. Macer something or someone else. A positive and beneficial manner by the way one one final final miz. If i may is every time you do any sort of healing work. Energy work meditation yoga. You wanna do one of those waterfalls orleans because you're breaking up at least little bits of energy and if you don't flush them out they'll congealed onto structures of your body and it still heavy got there so just clean it out and go and that's how your vibration pops up and up and up and up and you can imagine you know doing that In the eating the chocolate elephant form doing healing techniques flushing that out. How it just gets lighter and lighter and lighter and all of a sudden you start to be intuitive all of a sudden you start to understand things all of a sudden you have greater emotional control because more of your light is shining out and you're not having to try hard anymore to be more magnificent radian person. That's out works. It's great and thanks again. Mark i mean this is i actually. I wanna hit on one more thing. Is your book the emotional mass was it the emotional master of the book that you share with me as wanted to mention that book real quick to people as a tool that that Marcus craves really really well. Done and I think that that's another space. That men in america especially shying away from right is dealing with their emotions so this is maybe a five minute segment on how dallas start that work As a guy right master. My gosh. you know it's interesting that you bring that up you know. I've got to two communities. And the ratio of women. Demand is about seventy five to eighty percent women and their balances men and we needed the fifty. We need a lot more men to get on board with it but the book is is called. Dare human master your emotions dear human master martians and i have a bunch of those in there as a really great book and You know this brand. But i don't think the audience As hurriyet and the other part of my world. I'm an executive coach. I with ceo's at corporations and their teams their senior team on how to be exceptional leaders as year long program one work very intensive and it's all about consciousness and these people brain to your point Do an assessment and assessment comes in and goes your emotions motions or shutdown and so a big hard work is to get them to you know. Reclaim their emotions. Reclaimed their buying and and also to not let those emotions running and being we call it. The pilot or autopilot. Who's in charge here as as your Reactivity your autopilot Subconscious reactions things or is your pilot stang charge..
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"To me. divorced about ten years ago and it wasn't a match that's all i'm gonna say. It wasn't a match in terms of how we saw the world and it was a big barrier for me to be able to move forward and and guidance you know i had several times where spirit said you worked together is done. It was beautiful. It served its purpose. You know catapulted you on your journey. Congratulations move on. And i thought it invited fodder until it ended up being a painful break and right. At that moment a new woman came into my life. Be my high school sweetheart. Who had evolved tremendously and the thirty five years since at senior and and our journeys are perfect. You know right where her consciousness is. Mine met hers and we had been walking with spirituality at the center of our relationship. Ever since and my consciousness has skyrocketed since that shifts. So i'm only speaking for me and there's a lot of people with lots of family that are affected and it has to be a personal choice Has to do something. You know that you get clear guidance. On what the right thing for you. And i always believe that that the number one thing to do if you get your own inner guidance batch your truth and follow it no matter how painful it might be helpful. It is helpful. It is helpful right. Everybody's journey certainly their own and You know i guess one question that comes out of that for me is why did you fight it to begin with right. What took why you know Let's talk a little bit about that. Fight you know I think i mentioned earlier that that we go through. These putt toes. And we had these breakthroughs came. And this was a breakthrough for me. Because i had tried to leave that marriage when my son was three years old and i realized because we continue to go to counseling where you're just separated. I haven't done my work. That i was is the least as big a part of the cause of what was going on as she has her contribution. And what's the point of going somewhere else to ruin that relationship. When i i could stay in this so came back and you know invest from that point on. We're married twenty one year. So is there a long time and the leaving meant going through that again. Leaving meant weaving my son. Who is a junior in high school. It meant going through the pain of separation it but which is no picnic And it wasn't you know was it was extremely difficult and so rationalizing away because it was it would have been too painful and spirits humming three distinctly clear. Times move on. It's it's time to go until there was a breaking point. Something happened in that. Was it that was it. Couldn't stay anymore and it was certainly the right thing. But that's what i would say. Is that was clinging to smallness clinging to a small clinton. You're talking just jotted down like pain and fear right like who wants to go through all that. I mean like you know you've invested a lot of time right and to leave that so french you gotta remember you know you've built up twenty one years of friendships and all that and you know you have. Everyone has to ask themselves if they end the my life. What will mattered. That i played small. And i didn't upset people around me or that. I followed my truth. And i'm broke through and i would. I had this massive shift in my consciousness. Yeah no doubt. That's something i think about all the time. There will be a point where we check out what not one thing on. This planet is gonna matter right. I'm only on a matter is evolution that you achieved virtually pollution ma. That's that's great now. thanks for sharing. I mean i think that. That's that's really helpful for for people that You know who feel like they are kind of hindered by the things or they wanna make it and you know they. They're suffering through a lot of the same stuff that you you suffer. Greatly the pain and the fear and you know is something better on the other side of that And for you something was right and yeah well. Here's what i would say to that you don't mind year. I don't know. Is that when you say. Yes to your journey. providence moves. That spirit will come to you as spirit will bring people. It will bring the resources you need. It will bring the opportunities it will support you and moving forward on your path. What says like that. Trust game right Where you fall backwards and you know i. I'm a big fan of alan watts. Right where he he's got that one we're just the trustee universes another great and university of your friend. Let's talk a little bit out then and thanks for sharing. You know kind of the journey into that space and kind of how to you navigate going forward. Let's talk a little bit about some of the programs that you've created an he got a couple books out there as well. What what is a near the program. You've got coming up here soon mark. Well i would say the first thing people would want to explore would be the sad community that is available for people to join and you know You're a member of that brandon. You know how magnificent this experiences and and how much evolution can come from it and how much good can come from it and when you join you don't just get the community And and have all those people surrounding you being supported and being able to to show up more about that in a moment. But you're also gonna come in and you're gonna get some initial training for free And this initial training is The soul connection and divine guidance trains. Because one remember is the learn how to connect with yourself so the very first thing. You're gonna get when you come in how to do that and There's there's seven or eight lessons in that that really powerful lessons to an just a matter of a few weeks Achieve that goal for you as to be able to have that connection and to get that guidance and in the community itself provide a content every week. You get some new information that will help you to learn to grow. Provide new tools new tips. We have group Calls zoom calls that we get together and talk about a topic and everybody gets to share their point of view. And and if you have questions about lies about your situation about any of the train you're going through then you can bring them up there and get answered but one of the things you asked earlier. You know you're you're making the comment that the people don't ask for help because of this whole the wrong in strong do yourself. But there's another reason and the other reason is the lack of safety and that's one of the things that our community provides is. It is such a safe place. it's utter private. No one can see what's happening in their everyone's committed to everyone else. No one gets invalidated. Nobody get shamed that you can say anything you need to say. And then people are their souls about crises that they're having in king at out me have the strength to move through. You know what we don't we don't fix it burned by what we do is support you having the strength and and knowing how to do it for yourself and that's one of the great duties of this as most people. Most people never had a relationship so honest is so open and so willing to Be seen and and for others to be gentle when you are trying to be seen. And it's about the messiness in your life right.
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"Starting to do kind of out there. Transformational things like holographic breath work and here real quick. I mean because i mean right there. Right i mean did your. It's funny to me freight you're seeing a lot of breath work popping up now in the social media space but it's always been going on. It's just a new awareness to maybe this generation right or the space. But at the time that you're doing it my guess is like When did you start doing that breath. Where i think that would've been in about nineteen eighty five or you were getting some looks. You're you're getting some looks you got the yuppies that are you know yuppies are coming into their own right about dan right demark. We told us we don't do that. No more And so so you got those guys coming in at it But i wanna i wanna toss touch on a couple of things that you're talking about before because You know you're talking about your ego identity. i'll personally. I always get caught up in exactly what Ego is but you know you're sitting you're in space. You're being overwhelmed. Your your feeling legends. Massive constriction you lost like all flavor sensation the late life. And you're like. I can't no war and then the moment of surrenders is that kind of that. That moment of release and the giving up like i give up. Doesn't have to signify i give up on life is like i give up on say. Pardon my french on my podcast. Where is i. Give up all this shit and let go. Yeah right and as soon as you do that as soon as you did that. You open yourself up right. And here's the thing about it. I didn't know it was spontaneous and it doesn't work to just go okay. We talked about this in your group the other day right and talk about the idea that if if this is something that you're looking in relation my similar state of of of of that space of this the all the i jotted down tuned into a whole new channel. Right here like you went outside you like you. You walk in the disney channel. Now it's all lit up it's vibrant. There's their sense. There's smell is this. Where where's this. Where's this wonderful place. Ben my entire life right and it's like it's like they're was already thinking about this earlier like we had we had those rabbit ears back then right. We had the tune in even like the. Uhf if you really wanted to get like fox shock in the day you had to like go to channel forty seven channel forty seven. You had to direct it you know. Put it put a little bit of aluminum on top there to to really get to get to that channel but you new sense of space that had always been available to you. Yeah right but it wasn't until you let go of who you thought you had to be to be successful or again just letting go of it all it was you know probably letting go might not be a word that represents when it was more like i collapsed It was more like you. Think about the ceilings coming down. I'm getting crushed under the weight. I've been trying to hold it up trying to hold up. And why don't is holding up was the false energ- of who i was and trying to defend against the world and the way got too much and i just went. I quit trying to hold it up. And it's just like and death definitely. A part of me died in that moment. And i just want to get back to the point that to you. It's really hard to time. This moment right nobody. Nobody times Overall collapse right life collapse you Tuesday at four forty five and all the heap to the ground with all with all this. And it's going to happen. I if i'm lucky. I'm gonna have a spiritual breakthrough at the same time So don't bother call me at four forty five on tuesday. I'm busy so that it doesn't it doesn't happen like that. I think that was one of the things that you're saying. It's not like you can write right. A lots of other people wake up in different ways. But i think many many many people wake up when they reached their own personal collapse. That could be your identified. What your job getting fired. It could be a scandal. it could be You know the collapse of your marriage. Death of someone close to you a threat to your own life. You know lots of things kind of been. The painful way of waking up can't do that But you know it can also happen spontaneously. Just put grace It's what santa while ago to me. It's a little bit of a mystery how it happens and i don't think it could. Russia could have done it any other way. Now i will say this. The people who are listening. If you haven't had that moment. I do believe that you can gently evolve your way forward using tools like i'm going to say my inner mastery methodology which is a kind of a toll kit for emotional healing. You know being able to change how you think. Clear your energy that sort of thing but there are other tools out there. If you devote yourself to doing that healing proactively without waiting for things to get bad. You're going to be raising your vibration and you will reach a threshold because there's not just one threshold. Maybe we ought to talk about this. Brandon is the plateau you reach a threshold new plateau. Then you climb again. And he reached the next threshold you breakthrough to another kind of awakening to that next level of consciousness and then you know you're they're forbidden and call him. Climb and you break through to the next one and you can get there you can break through without the world having to go to pieces if if you do your work because this as you vibration increases you gotta think about it kind of like turning the the stove the heat on the stove under pot and it reaches a boiling point at that point. Everything in the water comes out right because it's boiling it out to the surface well when you reach these thresholds. It's a quantum leap you. You're here in your vibrational frequency and boom you pop up to another frequency. But you still have frequencies in you. That don't fit this frequency. They're appropriate for that bed level. You were before and they're going to boil out they're going to start coming to zurve to be cleared and that's what we call it a dark night this kind of disruption world for a while. I would have to say that you know. I'm not shared this again in the group that i think that i you know my i kind of stumbling into enlightenment as it were right i hesitate to call it enlightenment. My you know stumbled into a different channel right a different way of being real similar to your moment right and i couldn't have timed it.
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"Over time. One hundred percent i have never heard it. referred to as chocolate elephant. But i will. It is now forever forever. And they're back real quick though to to jump back to radiance and then we'll walk. Walk there but you know. You're talking about You know that that light that naturally shines and i love you also just kind of talk about it with being effortless. The other idea to is that Radio radio point is is is center and it's cold comes from all spaces right and it's not just not just flat in two d. It's you know it's morpheus and so that's the vision. And that's when i think of when i thought about the choice of word radiance that you chose. Well that's perfect because just like you're saying that as the light that naturally size doesn't shine never signs in two d it's wherever there is space for to shine right right. I never heard that. I love it. It certainly fits so that was. That's that was my thought on where it came from for you but you know so that there we go right but we kind of joined it up in the middle of their Never you know never really thought about that too. Like the sole getting taken away i was thought about like maybe near the sole getting murky or something like that and i And so it's kind of like the idea of you. Know the devil trying to come up. Take it and you've got to try and protect your your soul from getting stolen right on. Yeah it's such a strange thing To think of it that will grow but is the common thing you know almost any movie that has references to souls. It's like the what's the guy's name that was the blues singer robert johnson's that his name that that went at crossroads and he sold it. Saw the devil said to be a great guitar player. He barked party to washing. I remember i mean. I think it's all right like I remember the song right like kind of similar to that like down to georgia. Ciller background right down georgia anyways. Yeah we'll You know what. I wanna know to a little bit about the journey of of Mark youngblood and just kind of how you came into the space for yourself if you could shine a little light on that if you could i'll be glad to you know and one of the great things about in telling stories like this brand and i really want to acknowledge you for your work and for what you do With this this podcast is is that by hearing the stories. They're they're the every man and every woman story right. This is nothing special. You know it's not for some select few for every one of us and that's one of the things that gets to come out of this and you know. I have a model for the evolution of consciousness in a collared the pathway radiance and their stages and and in my own life A lot of the development of the model was was based on noticing for myself. What happened at various kind of plateaus in the journey. And i have had an awakening moment and it was when i hit rock bottom and in my motto. The first stage of life is the wounding stage. This is when we're born and this is you know we're growing into a personality and were taught all these limitations and we have things done to us. That leaves emotional scars and energetic scars for that matter and And then we come into adulthood with the baggage. You know all of this baggage. And that's what makes us unconscious to who we are and we have always been really curious about a what lead someone to wake up. You know what causes that happen in my own life. I had to hit rock bottom in that for most people crack open. They either have the opportunity at the moment awake awakened to express themselves or clean to the behaviors. It put them at rock bottom. Yes i do my favorite to like i. Would you define waking up. What specifically do you feel like you're waking up to There's more to me than this body. This personnel that was my first week. Because the the actual event was i was highly ego identified highly and i was also deeply wounded and insecure and i needed to prove myself to the world and so started this business and i was telling everybody is gonna make. Millions can be famous. It's going to be wealthy and And i pulled it off. I was able to actually build the product that i was trying to create an at couldn't sell because i didn't know anything about selling and i put all my money into it. I was down to about two weeks worth the money. I was going to not be able to pay my mortgage the next month and and our had been trying to avoid admitting i was gonna fail because i couldn't admit that you know everything would fall apart and it did. It did and i remember. I was in a panic. I hadn't admitted it at couldn't eat. I couldn't almost couldn't breathe. And i was sitting at breakfast. Mates instant oatmeal and took a bite and was like sawdust. Could not even swallow it. Because i was so panicked and i didn't know anything about meditation but i knew if closed my eyes and i changed the color from red from white hot to read to cooler color to blue to deep blue to black. That calmed me. And i did bat and when i got to black. There's something in me that said i give up. I i.
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"All right well. Let's let's get it fired up. We'll go five four three two one. Hey there's spiritual dope. I'm on here today. With minister mark. Youngblood he is devoted to elevating snus promoting spiritual growth individually and collectively. He is the founder and ceo of mastery inc. An internationally recognized speaker and author. He's been practicing transformational coaching and teaching the inner mastery methodology for more than twenty five years through his pathway to radiance online programs he helps people heal their emotional wounding and clear their blocks and limitations. So you can love yourself. Create a life you love and shy your inner light on the world mark. Thanks my pleasure thanks brandon. I really looking forward to the conversation absolutely. I think you're the first person i've ever introduced in the style of You know get into the ring but There there you have it. I like to. I like to open these up with the whole idea that you and i are here at this exact time space and place in universal so that source can speak through us right or specifically you to somebody out there right now A specific message. And and what is that message to streaming three right now mark. Well you know the the primary theme of all the work. I do and the spiritual domain and really also in the corporate work that i do is That you are calling is to is to really reveal ratings. It's it's to recover That knowingness on who we truly are entertain himself level and to be able to live our lives from that center. You know we call living from the side so you know in your use it a little bit about kind of my philosophy just to recap it in her mind approach to working with helping people to raise our consciousness and live a much better is that we're already souls. We don't have to become more of one. We have to become less of what we're not and that's all stuff this between us and being able to be the solvent set the layers of ego and all the one being in the identification with being an ego and being a personality that when we clear that out the light just naturally shines. We don't have to try to shine it and so that for me you know. It's it's always what's up and both for myself and for the people that work with out in the world is to shine more that light you know every day Clear more of that blockage out of the way since more into that identification with Who we are truly. And that's the you know magnificent soap. That's that's that's great right. It kind of makes me think of Near the house we just moved out of had a This kind of this Does uv light to clear the water right man. You know if you didn't clear the rod every once in a while Of that light and then another light came out right so it's kind of like the same thing right. You're basically helping us clear. Clear the the the the light there that rod one of the things that i noticed about Just kind of working with you and just on my own introspection of your choice of the word radiant right thought that that was a really great choice of words and determine what we do here. How did you. How did you land on the word radiant. You know actually i. I had a friend who teasing me about it and going. What are you Radioactive no not quite. Well you know always jerk out there mark. He's a guy's a friend of mine. Who's yanking my chain on it but you know every image. You've ever seen of awakened people when they've been depicted the glowing you know they they just are shining and you know in my own inner i when i look at people the sole level they're just blazing with light. You know to me is radiance. You know it's just it's an effortless shining of our inner magnificence. And the you know it's who we all are and that's a a such a liberating idea you know so funny i don't know What sort of religious background. You have brandon Maybe you can tell us about better. That's one hundred percent open I think that you would asked Yesterday today about kind of who. You know You know Was question about asking about a woman who had been impactful and kind of our journey free. And i told you my mom because i literally this is all the stuff that kind of. We're having a conversation about taught at a very young age. But i wasn't able to process at the same rate but now it's kind of it's. It's almost like this was always my first language but i was never able to speak it. Yeah yeah that's that's fascinating well. I was raised in a methodist when which is kind of a moderate christian religion and we were taught that you know we have the dell can get it you know like. It's some sort of little crystal or gym or something you know. And you've got to it with everything like it's got Be taken away from us. And you know i think it's it's completely opposite instead of being a person who has it so where saw has a personality and You know it's it's invented. You know who we think we are. We created it from the moment we began to have a sense that there's a self here we invented a story and a lot of that story is really limiting now. Almost anybody's functional in the world has a part of their story that actually reflects some of their soul qualities but there's so much embellishment and a lot of garbage in that that You know teasing the two apart and really knowing what aspects them bringing to the world or truly coming from that sold perspective and what is just as made up. You know. And i'm coming from this invented Facade that it's performing you know it's it's out trying to convince the world of who it is pumped into separate those. Thanks now. don't get me wrong. I'm not saying the eagles are bad. I'm saying that you don't want identify where the and you want to clear it out. You know it clear out on the limiting beliefs and all the wounding holding onto that are as you were describing earlier you know that junk that blocking the uv light or blocking the the sole life and you need tools that you know you need Ways to go about doing it. That approve it and in work and once you do then it's it's like eating chocolate elephant and i don't know if you've heard that expression before Where you know the idea that. Talk elephants the big change. You wanna make with this. It's it's about just taking a bite you know every day or few times a week and just he adds up. It.
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"They're not as far along in the men's work because they don't even have these basics down You know men's work has very very clear. Structures nets part of this. What we're trying to develop in terms of our masculine course structure. It's the second element of the blueprint And so for instance They would have a rule that you don't miss a meeting like for maybe for a three month period. You're committed you. Don't miss a meeting if you miss a meeting or maybe two meetings than you're out like it's that kind of thing They have a structure. Were maybe every person goes around does share kind of what's up in their life. What has meaning what's challenging. And then the other men give give him feedback They give feedback about how it's hailing it to give them feedback about. Maybe how he delivered it. Does he deliver his expression. In a strong clear voice houses posture. You notice he stasi slump while he's talking to other men or is he you know very upright which is a core tenant of doing. Men's work is is really around posture. And how you hold yourself. So those are all types of structures that you want to look for because those are that's just table stakes for for any kind of mensa if he asked me. Yeah it's great now. What i what i would expect it out of. That was was obviously structure accountability. You know show up or or you're out of here boehner ability to open up in and sharing your real feelings and emotions and support you know. Hold each other up lifting each other up being there to to guide so Out that was that was great Talked about a book that really you know shift. Did you know your life early. Early on disappear man by david credible incredible book. I mean one. One that i highly recommend allman on read and in an odyssey in addition to to your book as well You know any any other books out there that are you can tell behind you on the on the massive Junkie of of of knowledge. I think i think books hold the keys to unlock so much in in our lives. Are there any books out there that that guys are like a must read. You already mentioned. Robert glover's book. He's my good buddy so we'll mention it again. You mister nice guy. But i think everybody knows that it's become such a classic Fire in the belly by siham keen was awesome. Learned a lot. I quote him in the book A couple of times and that's a that was a really foundational book for me. Another book that i've really liked was karen brodie's book called open her Actually a little funny anecdote. Is it so spot on..
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"I think you know a lot of times. We you know we grow up in. It's like this this alpha. You know hardcore. It's like men are supposed to be manly and and showing your feelings if something that you talked about you know you do their work of uncovering a even have emotions in. How do you know how to live in in in lead through though so You know why. Why do women find that. So about a man. Yeah you know you're right. We i mean everybody knows as we man kind of think we're just tough and and we don't. We don't get rattled like that's the the picture of masculinity and usually that ends up with a desperate woman who can't feel us and can't feel the connection between us in his and she is miserable What women wanna feel is the connection between the two of us. That is their whole feminine Body mine is tuned towards feeling like is the connection. Strong us and i think everybody kind of gets the biological underpinnings. I'm not going to go into that but When she can't feel you she can't feel the connection. And so it's a little bit counterintuitive of like a man living in his heart because y- a model of masculinity because people start think. Oh here we go with that new age stuff like i need to be in my heart. No actually we're talking. A- got a guy who's a total bad ass and he's in his heart and i. This will be completely corny pop culture reference. But there was a tom cruise movie. I think it's called. Show gun where he goes to japan and the character played by. Can i think his name is ken. Wanna today Is he is a samurai but then they showed his love of beauty and poetry and and things like that and he's awesome combination of a man in his heart whose a total warrior. I always think of that as an archetype Here's one of the things that guys don't realize you usually what happens is she. She starts to exhibit some bad behavior in the form of like criticism or shaming. Which you know like we've all been through this with our women they get upset. They get a little mean. Sometimes the normal reaction is is. I mean there's a lot of reactions you can have ignore it You can you know kind of step to the side like a bullfighter and just let her go by. Just just just ignore the nonsense in but still engage but a lot of guys will shut down. They'll get defensive the they'll give it the cold shoulder their withdraw heather on topic.
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"Is being threatened. It could be a driver. Cut you off and your safety and the safety of passengers is being threatened. The driver cut you off. Maybe you feel like your self respect like are people respecting you rather is being threatening even When you're mad angry with you or maybe says something cutting to you. Get angry back. Even that is threatening to your self image the way that you see yourself and so anger tells you what's important just like that and so use it like that is what i tell men you know. What is the lesson here. What's important to you and then speak. What's important the person that you're angry. It's like look. There's this thing happening in. What's i know what i need is x. And then how can we work together to make that happen because this is important to me. And this is where a man gets his his galvanizing energy to stand his ground on. What's important to him when he lets anger when he uses anger as signal and then. Let's it galvanize. The energy of him to hold firm to what it is he wants or needs and so angers great thing if you can really learn to dance with it yet no that's that's that's an incredible perspective by i love it. I mean i think all of our our emotions in in in all of our thoughts and feelings should be used as as warning signs or trick not triggers but signals of something. That is that is going on. So so how can a guy maybe learned to. I think he said dance with his anger or use it as an ally like like what are some of the stuff that you that you teach her or work with with your with your clients who once i've identified anger like what's that process of of. How do i determine if where it's from then then how do i make. The anger worked for me as opposed to really control me. It's the first of all it's like. What does the ankle telling me. You know you really got it. You gotta learn to step outside the the anger itself because often were lost in our emotions but if you can step outside and say what is this telling me. That's important to me really. That's what it comes down to and then you've got gotta get okay with what what you need. You know the it's telling you there's something that you're needing that's being threatened in and you gotta come to terms with like this is what i need. This is what i want. And i'm okay with that and i'm gonna tell you this is what i need. I think men tend to put their needs. Aside a lot like we can either be overbearing. Bastards were we..
The Super Human Life
"youngblood" Discussed on The Super Human Life
"On everybody. Welcome back to another amazing episode of the super human life as always. I'm your host. Frank rich guys that just got to tell you how incredibly grateful and honored. I am to be with you here today. Thank you so much for lending us your ear. If you're watching on youtube were so thankful to have you here with us guys. We have a jam pat episode here today. One of our biggest missions with this show is e it started back with with my. You guys haven't guys haven't heard kind of the genesis of what we're doing here. This ultimately was this was result of me kind of breaking out of of of many addictions in my life and ultimately stepping into. What i felt was one of my biggest callings in. We've over over the last two years to to not just focus on addiction like like we originally did back when we started. We're here to help men and you know as as men. Sometimes we get caught up and get wrapped up in our own heads. We think that we need to. We need to go up. It's about this life on our own. We need to do things just ourselves. Pride ego or selfishness or unwillingness lack vulnerability to reach out and seek help so the show is really here to help. Men correct community have conversations. Unlock ideas a lot purpose in their own lives. And that's what we're here to do with this today. So i'm gonna get into to intro our guest here in a moment but if you guys haven't done forget if you haven't listened to episode sixty seven In just the first week. This is becoming number one downloaded episode. In just the first seven days i spoke with dr caroline leaf. One of the world's leading neuroscientist in researching neural plasticity the ability for our brains to change And in the mind body connection the mind brain connection We go much much deeper on that. We talk about some of the spiritual side of the brain. We we unlock in and give you some ideas on on how to have brain building exercise how to have mine management exercise. So you haven't done so yet. After the episode mature go listen to episode sixty seven with dr caroline leaf but today's guest is gs blood..
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"youngblood" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Jack Youngblood is a Hall of Famer. A defensive end for the Rams spent his entire career with Los Angeles and we met him on radio row a year ago when he was sporting just a giant smile and his gold jacket and he was really enjoying connecting with people and sharing his stories. What is different this year? Obviously, and I wanted to start out by asking him that, because usually This is like a football convention. The football world gets together at the site of the Super Bowl. And so, Jack for Hall of Famers like yourself. You don't have the opportunity to walk around and spot each other in your gold jackets. How much have you missed the chance to be there on site in Tampa with fellow Hall of Famers and people that you played with? You know, it's it's almost It's almost like a fraternity party. And we get we get to catch up with players that we that we played against, and some of them that we that we had all our teams. And it was. It's always a time when it really is precious time for us. We enjoy it. We enjoy it and we had to tell stories. Some of them. It exaggerated a little bit, but that's all right way. All were suffering from some sort of Whatever. But it was for the Have with the years that we played the game and we always were always trying. Okay, now, what have you had cut on and whatever you have in place. You know, type of type of thing. It is. It is very special for us. When you have kind of navigate these last 11 months, I'm sure it's been challenging. I know I have a 98 year old grandmother, and it's been hard for her to kind of be isolated away from people. But what's this last year been like for you as you stay safe. Well. Have been up to I live. Three hours from from the farm. And I haven't been up there since January. And that's unheard of never. I've never been away from the farm that wall and, uh and my brother and his family who's up there, they're taking care of it so And I've got a I've got a two year old grand baby, and I just I'm gonna be his careful as possible and make sure that you know I don't I don't drag something back into the house and harm her. That's for sure. But what you know and then on the other side of the story Way go out in the yard and she out, runs me. E got a two year old. I can't catch and she laughs at me, huh? It certainly helps when you have little kids in your life that know nothing about what's happening in the world. And so you don't have to have a conversation about covert with your granddaughter. Exactly exactly. Jack. You played a lot of years in the NFL on and certainly didn't have to deal with anything quite like this. But how would you grade the league on the way that it's navigated this particular season? Well, I think that you know it's hard when you have a contact sport. Uh, so so you, you know that there's the possibility of, you know, giving that bars and infecting somebody else, especially Defensive lineman and an offensive lineman that they're they're in contact with player in front of them every snap, so they had to do some special stuff. And hopefully hopefully we we've got a handle on this thing at this point, and we'll and we'll be able to have a normal season back in in in 21 are and forward and in 21. Now you once played in a game with a broken leg, So I kind of feel funny asking you this question. But if you had been given the option of playing during the pandemic or opting out, would you have played? Yes, ma'am. Absolutely. I mean that Z my responsibility. I'm the captain of this football team. You know, I'm gonna play and help us win that That was what it was all about. Jack Youngblood is a Hall of Famer, a longtime Rams defensive end who yes, in fact, told us the story last year on radio row of how he played with a broken leg and a postseason game, which I don't think anyone else has ever said that before it's after hours here on CBS Sports radio, I know that gridiron greats in the assistance fund is really important to you, Jack. How come why is it so important? It's important me to help help Mike Ditka and his foundation of trying to trying to help and offset some of them. Some of the problems that retired players have You know, there's there's there's a vast gap here between the current players and that the economy Of the current players and what we went through back in the Talkin sixties and seventies. So Mike Mike's got a big heart. There's no question in my mind, and I'm just trying to be part of his team. And in help and do what I can to help You know, relieve some of these players because when you play the game, you have injuries. Later on, it's gonna It's gonna cause financial problems. Because we, you know, way. Just don't Way, didn't we didn't really realize and understand becomes the consequences of what we do. The NFL. As you point out, it's a completely different era. The NFL is trying to pick up the ball a little bit more and help former players now, But But what's happened with so many of the players from your era? And before that they fallen through the cracks, Jack We have There's a lot of men have fallen through and there's the attitude we had as players. And we wanted we wanted to be the best we possibly could be. At the same time. We have to understand that we You know, we Way we're challenging our body. And constantly challenging our brain. Azzawi made contact with the with the other players. So it is one of those things where Yes, it is hard to explain. And a lot of people don't understand why, you know. Well, if you think that now. Why didn't you think that back there? Hmm?.
The Dallas Morning News
City has received 9 bids to clean up 'shingle mountain' in Dallas
"The city has received nine beds for the long awaited task upholding away a mountain of shingles dumped in southeastern Dallas, and it's now up to the city council to award the contract after a roughly two year stalemate between the city, the accused polluter and the land owner who owns the shingle mountain. Site Dallas officials issued a bid proposal earlier this month for the messy job of loading and hauling away about one hundred, seventy, five, thousand yards of shingles and other debris. The proposal calls for hauling the mess from the dump site along south. Central Expressway to the McCullough's bluffed landfill on Youngblood road a quarter mile away the lowest bid from Roberts trucking in Dallas was for four, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars records show the highest bid. was three point, three, million dollars
These Are The WORST Games of 2019
"The worst games of twenty nine thousand nine all right and definitive. This is definitive and we played any of them. You and I have played one of them. Okay Yeah I wonder if I've played any of them I know I haven't I bet which means I did. Good Yeah you chose wisely. That's true we put up an article on this This week the article was very specifically the worst reviewed games and it was based on the metacritic scores. Because the truth is allow. These games idea doesn't even review because if it's a game that no one's ever heard of it's not doing anyone much services say hey here's a game you've never heard of. It's really bad. That's a good way to not very useful information information. But there's some high profile games from high profile Delo developers and publishers like squaring and left alive. Whoa you remember that one? No and it's Square. Kleenex live weight in review. We did that one. Yeah okay so we're only talking about the ones. We reviewed. Okay well there might be one gender Eh. Critics gems Yeah this is actually our lowest score the year three point eight. Wow that's as low as we got got. Yeah that is a rare the score for us. Yeah let's have. Some people were interesting. Because it used the artist that used to work a metal gear so the art was sort of reminiscent of Medicare but Kulik Kulik pinky like kind of style. Yeah Okay in our view. Call The creek creaky and frustratingly broken mix of stealth action. That's just what you want. is frustrating frustrating stealth any game. That's the worst combination possible so three point eight is as low as got. It's been a long time since we've given out like a one. I looked. Yeah I think two thousand and five what was it. It was like Elf bowling but it was ever boy it was elbowing one and two one. One carts yeah. That's really when you what about like bowling was free as like a flash game that you played free. But you'd rather pay for it. You WanNa play on your Nintendo DS. At least a two. If there's two games in their oneplus exact maybe it was one zero or two point five. We were in a meeting where a pair told us there was zero given even out and we said what was it for immediately. Should the name of a hockey game that we've never heard of so. I don't know if it's true or not I want to say I don't know if I want to say it was a an Olympic game it was it was a hockey. We're all right. It's both of them. They re released that year is hockey game and the review is zero and it says when you make a new game will write a new review. Yeah it was just. It was last year's game with new box art which I think happened with Viva this year actually on switch. But that's in their the twenty legacy addition addition for that was a switch version and I Jeans Review. I think it was Simon reviewed. It said this honestly no genuine reason. I could give you to purchase fever. twenty-nine switch if you already own fee for nineteen on switch which we gave it a four and even nineteen was matic. Simon should have given it zero that wouldn't really reserves Zeros for like utterly broken. I can't barely low the game. I'm not confident. Giving his era wouldn't break something on energy. I if I were I would make it my goal to make a game that I would review and give zero two. So how would you so that you can get the Guinness World Record for quickest failure. Well I think the point it would be a lot of copies because it's bad that because we get attention women get attention because it got zero. I'm picking up with SAM. swigging down what. He's saying. Novelty like Munib on twitter. Actually broken game generally ignore Games we get us to review it the slap slap on like marvel on the title thanks Star Wars. And you just can't let expensive license and zero game. Sounds like a really bad journey an evil Virginia's that Evil billionaire genius. And that's exactly what it's been my time doing or if it came from a studio well-known studio that we typically review games from either they can throw all their money away and with crash bandicoot literally crash like it just crash crash. That's the only way to get zero. A Contra game came out this year a new Contra Game Longtime Damon forced me to play we did play it and play. We haven't talked since looks like we're talking to each other right now but I'm actually talking to Tina Justin only Samsung even in the room. It's weird record. Santana San Spread separately. So who do we play. Cj I think to the three players top down Contra game and to be Fair Contra has had top down segments before entre three the alien wars. Yeah but it's just it wasn't didn't feel like a contra game but it was like Okay Schutte top down thing gave it a four. That's not okay okay. It would be a sick Sam but but I didn't review it giving it a sick I play enough to review withhold judgment. It was pretty bad and it's just like honor consciousness in a very sad state of affairs over Konami right now so it's been a long running beloved game series. It hadn't seen a new entering a long time Hammond Hoof. That was not what people want. Can you imagine being the artists digital the metal gear art and then being like I'm out of here and getting your game review as a three point eight or do you think contras a good candidate for getting unlike the God of war style boot like take it very seriously. Lemur cinematography version just like lean into the seriousness of the character and like introspection inspection of his past bill and bringing all sorts bill. That's a good point. It's already a knockoff of Terminator Alien. Yeah so it's like like just maybe those franchises should make a game but I know alien have some pretty good speaking of all that this is a this is a tangent retake a strange corner I I just think new term bombed at the box office new Rambo bombed New Alien bombed last year or two years ago. I just wonder if like that. That's sort of the eighties. Installed your wells. Drying up or nine hundred installs franchises for very cheap and make a game that would get scored as zero journey. The silliest Yes yes exactly yet they did blade runner sadly also later honor which I thought was a good movie credible movie I loved that movie. Okay moving we on bad games worst games. WWE K twenty which has been pending? It's been bad for a long time to have a fever and w beyond there that are like that rejected by their audience is in that bad is really really crappy. Because as we're like the heights of their franchises either Games Assira could give that a four point three really really botched. WWe This year Mitchell. It's a buggy mess though buggy mess but his game play also feels notably worse than previous years. Remember this stretchy people running around doing so. I mean if you look at it as a comedy game. It's a nine awesome. See that's the thing if I had it for you that game aside from and not knowing anything about WB. I think it gets and pleasure out of it because it was just so stupid. Able there's vibrating through the ropes simulator. You Guys Know Avalanche Studios. What do they make you mad? Max and just 'cause yeah yeah they put out a game. This year called generation zero. No one knows that I know nobody knows that but it they put out a game and we gave it a four okay. I know it's crazy. You would think Max okay which is really good and just goes but they put out this generation zero game who've pretty bad and then there's Wolfenstein Wolfenstein Wolfenstein cyber pilots we didn't that's the VR game. We actually didn't review it but it has a fifty on metacritic in there. Much of the criticism is directed at It's a very short story. underwhelming comment combat in general lack of content. So it doesn't make everybody universally puke. nope is that would be a really cool. VR game another goal of mine all those people that play VR. And they're like Nah doesn't make me motion sick. I'll make in my next game. You want the badge for that. A terrible kind of a bad year for Wolfenstein youngblood didn't make much of an impact either. I didn't play it but I wanted to play it. I still want to play. That's that's impact. Can you believe the latest leisure suit. Larry the reviewed very well. It has a fifty if lead is Larry hasn't been good or popular appealed forever and had thirty years of games. Like how do you reconcile that. Who is making it an exchanging license and buying it and making more games? I just I don't get how it happened. I think it's the original guy critters. Don't make Larry Yeah. Speaking of Terminator there was a new terminator game called Terminator Resistance. We gave it a four. Don't remember that that might not just came out wrestling okay. What I was going to share leaser shoot suit? I can't say that leisure suit. Larry how did you just do that. And a lot of the original game had very body content and and so a to ensure that no kids played it. You had to answer trivia question when you booted the game up about that. Only adults would know what was the name of Presidents Reagan. President Reagan's Blah Blah Blah. Pretty good. I'm pretty good or like what were those jokes and Shrek that you didn't get when you were a kid that would be like. Yeah well you know whose voice of Donkey and Shrek where you can watch Shrek. Shrek on the gameboy advance. That's that was top of mind can watch it. Yeah Movie Gameboy. Advance video is a thing and it was striking another movie. That was two movies. He's on one cartridge. Maybe it was worse than trek. Yeah it was clearly. Yeah you're blowing my mind right now. Blew my mind that cart yes we we absolutely solution bag. Gb and it's not a game it's the movie is on only that but there was episodes of Nick toons shows and episodes of PLO. Come on and they were like thirty bucks for two episodes. They played on the kids. Like just 'cause there's laboratories on the size of a postage stamp uh-huh uh-huh isn't that crazy. That's crazy I never knew that. Yeah Super Interesting Oh crackdown three. That might be the most one of the most high-profile a high profile games on this list. We do it overall for but we gave the multiplayer component. Oh No I'm sorry. Overall got five the multiplayer four okay for my GM. Crackdown game. No crackdown was so good to not so good Shinmun three. That finally came out the one of the worst games this year. Five point nine now so just on the cop stats cusp of okay. Yeah Mediocre I think for five point nine nine runs down mediocre
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's $200 Dark Edition Includes Real Working Night Vision Goggles
"Was a big the big call of duty modern warfare multi-player reveal event happened this week and there was a lot of news about that game. One of the things that was news is that the special big crazy collector's edition which they're calling the dark doc addition. It's going to be two hundred dollars call of duty modern warfare dark edition and the reason it's going to be two hundred dollars isn't because you get a season pass. 'cause there's no season passes passes in this version of the game which is what they've announced. It is instead because you get a fully functional actual pair of night vision goggles goals and how this relates the first story is. I went wait a minute. Wasn't there another call of duty that shipped with night vision goggles and didn't do a whole episode of the totally rad show about that and i went yeah and i googled it and it's true call of duty modern warfare to came with these special edition came with a pair of night vision goggles and we ended up getting that for the show oh but we're doing the totally rad show and we decided the way we were going to test. Those night-vision goggles is that we were going to play pictionary in the dark and one person wearing wearing the goggles and describing what to draw to the person drawing and it was really fun walk down memory lane. Both those happened a decade ago. So what is old is new again guys and call of duty modern warfare giving a special edition thing they have already done in their history of already looped around around to do the exact same thing they did a decade ago
Nintendo, Sony And Microsoft Will Disclose Loot Box Odds
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Wolfenstein: Youngblood's Ending Explained
"Drank it it over over as quickly as possible. There are ignoring black options so that you don't even have to listen to the person don't even engage with them or talk back to them in no find out that you're talking to a brick wall pretty quickly and then that you just move on with life and you say on s Nice in you know you go take break from the game you come back refreshed and it's not new not new but <hes> I guess they go on to explain more community standards that were changed for xbox users. I covered that in May's maze episodes of for the show sometime I guess similarly Sony hasn't online <unk> guide to blocking players on the playstation four for being inappropriate or abusive steam also offers options as wild by the if you've ever wondered about what to do about online harassment debt may occur outside leaves gaming platforms. There are a couple articles in guides on how to handle online harassment in what to do if and when it happened and if you feel like you need to do anything if most of the time I'm don't feed the troll it just walk away now worth it <hes> and <hes> you'd be a lot better for moving on so you know Wolfenstein youngblood well that game that came out well. Here's what the co-op version looks like and it starts off. You really shouldn't be playing Wolfenstein youngblood by yourself the new first-person shooter out on P. C. Today on consoles tomorrow is designed from top up to power armored toll to be a cooperative experience. It's a different kind of Wolfenstein game full of the same dense meaty Nazi killing action you might recognize from the previous Wolfenstein entries new order new classes is but built for to keep that in mind and you'll probably like a lot and they do have in game footage to demonstrate how that works in a footage atop this post you'll see Kotok video producer Tim Rogers and Joshua Rivera author of the article article plane through young buds opening mission which introduces you to the Games premise you near co-partner Jessica in Sofia blasts koets the twin teenage daughters of previous Wolfenstein Protagonist B._J.. Terribly blackwoods in his wife life Anya after B._J.. Goes Missing in Nazi occupied nineteen eighties Paris just insult decide to steal some power armor Angolan find him while killing Nazis ads they can starting on zip lines called <hes> the Knock Act Valter my guests so <hes> yeah they have <hes> more footage coming but some thoughts they have their about six hours in <hes>. I
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Steve Spurrier, Emmett Smith and Danny War discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Going into the Gators ring of honor today, there's only five members of that group. Steve Spurrier Emmett Smith, Danny war, full, Jack, Youngblood, Wilber
'Pure evil': Ex-New England mob boss gets life in prison for 1993 murder
"News, a former boss of the New England. Mafia has been sent to prison for life at eighty five and rather frail Cadillac. Frank salami still showed some fight. He stood in the courtroom and said, the real story will one day come out before a judge sent him to prison for life. For the nineteen Ninety-three murder of south Boston nightclub owner Stephen de Cero whose remains were discovered two years ago in Rhode Island. Prosecutors said so let me order to Sarah murder to keep him from cooperating with a federal investigation, and then watched his son and an associate Paul Weekes strangle him to death. We'd dick was also sentenced to
Gunman kills five in 'new normal' shootings in California
"Bands of hurricane. Florence are approaching the coast of North Carolina. Anna early today the category. Two storm was about five miles east southeast of Wilmington strong effects. From firm surge flooding are going to be felt far for where the center makes landfall eventually and the heavy rainfall can extend well inland, regardless of where the center actually goes on short National Hurricane Center specialist Dave's Alinsky says they still aren't sure where exactly hurricane Florence will make landfall.
Thousands of pallets of water bottles unused in Puerto Rico after hurricane
"Hundred linemen from Ohio and twenty more supervisors are slated to go where they are needed. If they are needed. And it's expected that they will be he says, they usually don't get the call to a specific area until about twenty four hours before storm hits land AP adds that it's the right thing to do for them since they would do the same for us of a weather event ever happened here outrage after viral video shows a nearly thousand pallets of bottled water transported to Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria anew. Used and rotting the photos going viral stretching down an airport runway in the town of CBA pallet. After pallet of unused bottled water FEMA had ordered twenty thousand pallets for distribution after hurricane Maria. But for some reason