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Philadelphia - SEPTA to Begin Phasing Out Paper Tickets on Regional Rail Starting Friday
"Except is starting to phase out paper tickets on the regional rails beginning tomorrow. Here's killed abuse, Marc Abrahams said. Zander, Bush says, If you're used to buying the paper tickets Friday is the last day they will be available. This includes single trip tickets and also 10 trip tickets. But the good news is is that the discounts that folks get from those tickets is not going away. We think it's becoming were convenient. It's being moved over to the septic ate that Septus Elektronik. Her card that includes a feature known as the Travel Wallet where Bush says You can keep a balance, which is deducted every time you swipe it to pay affair, so you don't have to have a monthly or weekly as you put it, balance on their $20. Whatever it is you you need for your travel and you pays you go similar out. People have been doing for several years now on some ways. And the bosses. Bush says any paper tickets riders still have, including those bought Friday will be good for 180 days from the date of purchase.
Dustin Johnson cashes in and finally wins the FedEx Cup
"Johnson winning the Tour championship in the $15 million first prize for capturing the FedEx Cup. Johnson, closing with a 268 for a three stroke victory over Justin Thomas and Zander show Flee. Johnson is the first number one seed at the Tour Championship to win the FedEx Cup since Tiger Woods did it back in 2009.
Padres get Moreland from Red Sox for prospects
"Red Sox beaten up the Nationals ate three Zander Bogart, Raphael endeavors. Bobby Dow back all going well. Kevin Lewicki is knocked in a pear. Meanwhile, Mitch Moreland was sent to the Padres for a pair of prospects outfielder Jason Rosario and third base Prospect Hudson Pots.
Boston Red Sox trade Brandon Workman and Heath Hembree
"Sox out slugged the Orioles. 85 featured six homers at Camden Yards, Zander Bogart said a solo shot Javy Martinez, a two run shot Rafael Devers, a three run homer. As Boston opened up in eight. Nothing lead on the O's through six before the game. Boston Traded relievers Brandon Workman and Heath Embry to the Phillies for pictures. Nick Bavetta and Connor Siebold on Friday. Ron Ron Nicky talks about the potential of the team making trades. I don't know about started assets leaving, but Maybe the return is is hope for the future, So so I think that's a better way to look at it.
"zander" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Welcome to the Kindle Chronicles Today's July tenth twenty twenty. I am according to episode from Ocean Park Maine. And my guest, this week Tony Zander's intrigued me. Because of my interest in libraries and technology, he is the CEO and founder of a software startup named skill type, after the interview will have some tech tips for you and a content idea that's tailored to the pandemic era and also some comments. Let's get.
US Ryder Cup Team now has 6 picks
"There's some news broke last week that we kind of we didn't. We miss not. We didn't miss it last week made some comments online, but there's a lot going on with the return of golf last week. We get discussed Gulf. Trademarks sorry. That the US is now having six captain's picks as opposed to four. And six automatic qualifiers for the Ryder Cup. The current top six brooks kept deejay Patrick. Read Zander's softly. Gary Woodland and Webb Simpson now. We're going to be making sixty. Is that current as of like after the. You have to. Hear.
"zander" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"He, guys, it's candice and Kayla, and we are directionally challenged. Yeah, we thought we would have. It all figured out by the time we were in our thirties. Surprise we don't. Know. We don't, but that's okay. It is okay because you know what the more I live, the more I realized. No one really has it figured out and we're all in this together. Yes, just like high school musical says we are all in this together. We are still currently social distancing. We live in California in Los Angeles. So there are still social distancing rules in place here that both Kayla and myself are following set in our own homes were just looking at each other on our zoom. Call Kayla today. I'm good I'm just pushing. You know we would have been wiser and just corn team together. And decided like hey, we're all in this. Let's just do it for months and months together. Although I don't know. What do you think we would have survived that scenario I think we wouldn't know no. I. Appreciate Your Honesty. Like where I mean we've all been on tons of trips together. Our whole run group and we do great in like an Airbnb for you know. Three nights four days. We rock that, but by the fifth day it is someone. Everybody needs their personal space like no bathroom is big enough. No, like no Wifi is strong enough. It's really a lot. It's really true and you know I'm beginning to feel that way about my corn team as well you know. It's what others things like. You. Love someone so much, but it doesn't matter how much time you spend with them. I was eating salad last night for dinner and Tanner. And said I was eating my salad too loudly and I just realized like Oh God. We're every meam on the Internet right now. and. It's so true. Are You finding comfort and silences like? Have you gotten to that point yet? Yeah. I feel like I go sit outside from it and hear the birds chirping, and it's everything to me because you know it's one of those things where like our houses really loud and noisy day to day so of course, oh. Did you mean silence between Tanner and I I did, but you know what. Are Lovely to. What would you ever relationship? You're the one with the. Birds or your husband's, you know. Open I mean yeah, but we really comfortable in silence beforehand to. We were honestly that couple that could eat in silence at a restaurant and be fine, so we've. We've always been kind of comfortable in that, so that hasn't changed at all. How `bout you guys. How're you doing over there at the king household? Where good I am very impressed with like the kids. I think that they're handling this. In continuing to handle it much better than the adults You know I am proud that Joe is found new things to interest himself in like you bought a fly, fishing rod and putting it together, you know he's looking at moon charts and studying his family history. I think these are all very. Beautiful things Yes and I'M GONNA, navigating my own way it it. It's it comes in ways I feel like there'll be a week where it's comfortable in the sense that this feels like some sort of new normal. Because? We are taking this really seriously in our household. There's five of us here. You know were responsible for each other's health as well so we haven't left. A whole lot we've tried to really be specific in the way that we do. Leave the house and then there will be a week where I just find it really hard. You know I was I'm so happy that the hiking trails are open again. And because I I like to hike and be outside, and so I went for a hike, and it was nice, but on the way there I just cried. Thinking like this is I haven't cry, had not cried in a few weeks and I just realized how much I needed. To. Just let out a lot of this pent-up emotion of just. What is this world that we're in right now? And what is it? GonNa look like on the other side of this. And how long is it? GonNa take to get there and even something beautiful like going on a simple hike and I had my mask and I I was prepared. And You know by the time I get down to the bottom of the hike. There are people arguing because someone wasn't wearing a mask and running and other people were, and they're all yelling at each other and everyone's upset. And it's hard it was that realization that just you know. You can't kind of escape the reality that we're in right now and that's okay. I think you don't need to. We shouldn't escape it. You have to face it but there will be days that are easier to tolerate and accept easier to accept. I think the word except is much better to us than than kind of just ignoring and saying. Oh, it's fine whatever it'll be great. so that's kind of the week that that I've had a little bit more on the lower end of the experience this week. And that's so honest I think that's so important to to just be honest with ourselves and to you know. Honest with each other, because if we we are all in this together, and we're all doing our best, and some weeks and days will be different for each individual and. You know depending on where you live. Your life is so different as well so it's just. A day by day hour by hour process, and we're all doing it and you know that's why we still do this podcast. Because we're really excited to continue to grow and learn any way possible and today we have a great episode with an handle zander cheese, a celebrity life coach, public speaker and Co founder of Handle Group and Executive Life Coaching. Company based in New York City. You guys you have seen her. She's been featured in the New York Times Forbes Self Women's Health Vogue Marie Claire. L, a million different things. She is also the author of. Maybe it's you cut the crap face. Your fears love your life, so we're going to sit down with Lauren. Who is a life coach and she is going to help us figure out how to handle our lives right now. During this pandemic, so here's our conversation with Lauren do. And we are back with Lauren Zander Lauren. Thank you so much for joining us today. How are you? How are you today? You are a like co businesswoman. Mom were all in this quarantine still together. How are you today? Let's just start off right there. The weirdest part that I don't know if. You'll be like happy for me. And it's almost embarrassing. Is what's changed in your life since quarantine and I get.
"zander" Discussed on What We Said
"They come from your parents and your your lineage or heritage the culture culture you are raised in and so your lack of willingness to confront. It's like Mommy or daddy or both right. These it starts to be pin the tail on the donkey. Okay and start to understand. You didn't invent this Ray You didn't invent those blue eyes either honey right so you're born into evolution Aleutian of your parents and so many of the ways we Li- came from them Right so it's it's deeper and it's a way to connect to your whole history and really make the change that they didn't make I make a joke. Here's this geography. What do you think's going to happen? First World Peace Ace or the end of lying I think world peace comes. No lying is like Yeah Lauren. Take that one on. Yeah that sounds so you know yeah. Woo Pat Honey. Lots of work to be done and don't worry I don't have a lot of competition. Yeah I was. Nobody wants my lane. Yeah Okay so you have inner you life in love yes. So that's your online course crowd to different course two different courses I have I I twenty years of work. I have two totally different like my basics is inner you life which goes into the twelve areas. Gets you to really work on your whole life gets you to understand your inner dialogue breaks at outbreaks out the everything right like basics of handle. It's really the book but really operationally unspoken to you and gives you all the assignments and has you be able to meet people and Buddy and take classes once you pay your tuition once. You're in for life well right. So that's actually how. I finally made my work. Not like my hourly rate is more than the whole. Damn course houses. Yeah so it's that's this is how I figured out to reach people and it's even my best work so even make the people who pay that hourly rate listened to it and because it's you know it's good and then the love love one is entirely different content okay and It really goes into your head your heart and your your history about relationships so you stop having a bad picker you really figure out what you want in the area of love you really get. I do a whole thing on sex and I make people face how awkward we are about talking about it and dealing with it. I go way into to there. It's an entirely different program. Okay cool well thank you for that Info and final question. What do you think is you kind of mentioned briefly? The difference between a little bit the difference between therapy in a life coach. Yeah like what do you think I mean obviously okay. You're a little biased. But what would you recommend to people like. Do you think that it's they should do. They should do one before the other. You think what do you think he gets depends on breath. Therapist wants to talk you through learning things and seeing things and having insights through your story the way you tell it the way you talk about. I like it's it's a very self actualising learning about how you think right now. That is not what I'm doing. I'm making you take over over the story so you can change the story. A hundred percent like author right so ours is so different than therapy. I'm not going into your narrative. Live to expand and make it smarter and evolve your continuum of the way you tell the story. I'm literally rebooting you and I making it all about actions and what I call personal integrity like keeping promises to yourself chasing your life so they. They're very different breath. Many people love their therapist and love me and they don't go it competing at all because I'm so bossy on introduce for your current life so you're actually doing things and a therapist isn't really doing that they're explain your thought right like Lauren. Are you exploring someone's father and I'm like like not very long. No but in some ways yes so. It's very different very different. Did that answer yeah. I think that's good to know I've been. I'm curious about that and I think some people like if you're depressed and you believe in depression right. I'm more like you're depressing right and if you I started to take the right actions and if you're like I can't I can't get out of bed I believe you. There really is mental illness and that is that is definitely a job for a therapist. Yeah Yeah for sure. Different different things for different people. Yeah and IT'S I. I mean I. I was with someone who does coaching last night. Nine and she was just coming out of her group therapy and like she loves group therapy and she loves learning and feeling and crying and going there. So it's also not what I do is personal MEA que. Good to know. Well thank you so much for coming online. We really appreciate it. Let everyone everyone know like where they can buy your book your course where they can find you and connect with the absolutely so my book is maybe. It's you Lauren Zander. That is the cheapest this way to get me. I'm sure it's like less than twelve bucks right now by the book But if you want to do the course that's inner you and it's just inner Jenner and then a u dot right like so it's dot com and its inner you life and we have inner you love. We even have inner you student coming out. Oh Yeah just for dealing in college and all of that sneezing actually because we've been doing that for twenty years And then we have Enter you career and again inner Yukari you can buy inner you career right now. You can buy Internet you love and interview life. All of those courses sources totally exists interviews. Student is coming out in April. Okay okay soon yeah very soon. Yeah but you could just go look handle group and it'll lead. Did you all roads lead to things you can find on him. And then we have lots of content get our newsletter we do facetime lives and instagram live relying hang in lots of guests and fun people. So if you're into this than please come join US amazing. I was looking into all of your stuff your instagram like watching and I'm like we could talk about so much like there's so much talk about but I feel like people will get a lot of value from this like what we talked about with lying. I think that's such a unique. The thing that no one thinks about nobody wants my lane. Yeah no one. No one's done with their lives like you know no one lane right. Unless you've done it you don't I want to talk about yeah right and even. Aa doesn't want to talk about. No one who wants DOC I love it. I love the concept. Okay so you guys can go follow along with Lauren. Get any for courses. If you're interested our instagram account for our podcast. At what we said podcast. If you guys don't pull her instagram what are you doing get Outta Thais so well Also if you're feeling really generous you can go leave us a rating and review. Just if you're feeling nice But that is going to be it for this episode. Thank you guys for listening. And that's what we said bye bye..
Bernie Sanders slams Biden: He brings 'a lot of baggage' into the race
"Thirty one days. That is how close we are to the Iowa caucuses just thirty one days new fundraising numbers giving us a snapshot into the current state of play with the big take away the Bernie Sanders or at least his fundraising operation appears to be surging at probably. Just the right moment. His campaign says arrays almost thirty five million dollars in in the fourth quarter of last year. Tops among Democrats who've reported an almost ten million more than second-place Mayor P Buddha judge former vice president Joe Biden and injure Yang Round out the rest of the top fundraising numbers Elizabeth. Warren said today that she's going to report numbers soon now. Shortly after today's numbers were published Anders took a direct shot at Joe Biden's ability as a candidate saying unquote. It's just a lot of baggage. Joe Takes into a campaign which isn't going to create energy and excitement. He brings into this campaign record which is so weak that it just cannot create the kind of excitement and energy that is going to be needed to defeat Donald trump moments go by responded Bernie Sanders Bernie lots of luck in your senior year Bernie joining me now is Howard Dean former Democrat Democratic presidential candidate and chairman of the DNC and also I see mills and political commentator and Democratic Strategist Governor Dean the back and forth between Senator Sanders and Vice President Biden. It does seem like clearly the closer we get to Iowa the the I mean this is the most obvious involving the sharper. The attacks are becoming. And that's I mean that's par for the course. This is so familiar from sixteen years ago. I bet he is amazing Yeah no that's this is what the what happens. So you got thirty days to go. Iowa is going to focus the presidential race and attention of the of the Democratic primary voters on the winner of this race ace and the next two or three and so yeah this is. This is the battle for the president of the United States. And it's GONNA get rough. I what we haven't seen is sanders ZANDER's going after Elizabeth Warren Senator Warren and I mean obviously. Do they have to do that or is there any reason for him. I'm she's been sort of imploding and certainly fundraising problems and not. She seemed to have lost some momentum from some of the debates do you think sanders feels feels he doesn't need to go down that road and possibly alienate people. Who if they like war and they decide she's not viable would go to him so the first thing I'll say is that I wouldn't characterize Elizabeth Warren campaign in any way shape or form as imploding? I think that you know when you raise twenty million dollars and a quarter or whatever. She's GONNA report. I don't know what that number is. That's hardly imploding. I think the reason he's and why though you're not gonNA see Bernie Sanders go directly after Elizabeth Warren because we are in this Democratic primary in an ideological battle and the two of them are ideologically on the same team. This is a battle between progress. Do we care about lifting up all the people do we care about the small guy about small donors. Um What is the vision for the Democratic Party America about inclusivity who gets to be at the table and then there's doing business as usual and so that's really what this debate is about. And so when you see the Joe Biden saying well I'm the guy who's been around for a really long time. Remember me you guys know what I did. I'm going to do more of that. Well people who support at Elizabeth Warren or war a Bernie Sanders. Don't really believe that that's the way we should move forward. We actually need some kind of change. We need some growth of different governor dean. When you hear a British pretty senator saying look you know? Joe Biden is not going to get people excited mayor you know. You look at Buda. Judge's numbers among African Americans.
"zander" Discussed on Velvet's Edge
"Okay wait so that again and knows I needed again. Tell me again halo into ten. Yes go is yellow one to ten. I wet my marriage and my sex life is an eight I you can go well. Let's just keep doing the same thing over and over again. I love any rights right or in my method I will say when you've been at an eight you should call an eight a one. Okay so you want to start over and keep growing yes I think you we. I think humans humans came in with a bunch of problems and we're here to evolve our problem and that's the fun of being and so the more you you game the system the more you want. It's not I don't need more money. I make a nice living I vary. I not about the cars but it's about my dreaming and at pushing the envelope and having a vision right so whatever like you should every human should be having that much fun being alive. WE'RE GONNA be dead a lot longer than we're going to be alive rights right and so we get however long we get on earth and like really folks. It's smells good. It tastes good. You know there's so much to do on earth that you will never get to. Are you living and that like are you living your dreams and your beliefs of what's possible. Yeah and that's and so. When are you done with that when you're not here anymore? Yeah I'm pretty aggressive about I love. I love that because it to me all I keep hearing and what I read in the book and what my experience was doing the activities was just not that my life. If isn't good now but my life can be so much more full and I just realized that and I didn't even I wasn't fully aware of it you know Yeah but once you write it down and it's not it wasn't even a bad thing. It was a very like oh moment for me which to me is exciting like you said. I think it's super exciting. Yes yeah it's IT'S I. It's really for a type of wants to and it really works against depression and it works against you know. I had a client yesterday. Say that she very successful woman. Pray like embarrassingly successful woman. Yeah Yeah and then. What's he thanked me for is ever? Since she took over in dialogue get really unlike started doing this work. She hasn't been depressed ever again like it disappeared because she took over the narrative of everything that was depressing right like she got. Even depression was her own choice. Choice choice like anybody would sign up for it but like there was a way you can take over Utah Dialogue and really evolved past anything. Yeah well the book is called. Maybe it's you a highly recommended. It's been a very good experience for me Lauren. Where can people find you? Are you on social media media I am we are we are we are my Lord right you everywhere we are. I've we in twenty years later. We have a lot of contents out there. So the handle handout grew you know once you hit handout group you can get it. We have free. We have like we are given it away. UK Grain we we edit and our main program which is like a community we have group calls like you pay one fee? And you're in for tonight. It's called inner you and I and it's twelve sessions. Twenty five minutes each of teaching the whole method and the homework on there. And there's a you can get a buddy and meet people and there's classrooms that are all on zoom and I go on. They're like we're all like and we built a world for community across the world and and that's the book but on steroids. You mentioned that in the book because once yes you write out your dreams and Figure them out. You tell people that you want you want them to go read them to someone like a trusted person and that is so how important I believe so that it gets establishing that community. That's an awesome tool. I just wish people understood how much more fun licensed together. Yeah yeah like an an every I have never read their. It's very people that think they have enough great.
"zander" Discussed on Velvet's Edge
"Scared of everything 'cause it's GonNa get eaten by anyone rights right like the world is a bunch of predators gonna eat the chicken right. You got that and so the way we interact with the world at large is where chickens. I mean we're little were were F- like everything about us as scared of not getting what we want. What's GonNa Happen here? What am I yelled at me? What if she takes away the car? What if she so we we become liars to keep everybody else? Happy and we lose the voice of our troops l.. We don't even care about it. We're developing being the voice of the chicken so that we can get ahead and bad fear and strategizing you like you the amount people strategize and never even have great sex with her own husband because they don't want to hurt their or feelings or tell the truth about has it right. It's like you know and then we're so offer to find our own voice about what we liked like. We can't even have five sentences for our own. You know body parts right we'll be full. Might not even know again. There's no dream there's no talking about it can bay. It's chicken lot so a lot of the chicken voice. Is The people pleaser voice that we know about now it's people pleaser and it also uses your past. It uses past precedents like well. You got in trouble that time so it it feels a case. Okay right yeah and it it you know there are joke. Is that you know. It's a bunch of squatters waters. That like no what they know. And so therefore you can never have restricted their father and he's never asked that from your husband and so you have to sneak in and and you come up with all these other strategies because fundamentally you're a chicken and you believe that the other person's more important than you or you don't WanNa lose their love like there's some way you put together your boss or someone on a pedestal and your Lestat and then this is like the only way you can figure out how to not get. Did you cut out. Lauren are you say that. Say That last part. Cut Out this part about you is your boss. Had fees figure out how to get and it cut out so what happens is as we become strategists and use the voice of the chicken chicken to come up with like how to get what we want given what we believe we have there been a yell at us. They're never going to give us that day off. They don't care a ballot. You know getting credit about that so you won't say hey. I really want you to notice right like I won't even have knowledge rights right because because it so we have all these strategies of how do we get what we want. Given the way we see the world. which is there's big bad wolves everywhere gonNA eat us? Wow and then we have a brat too which is kind of like our teenage self. Almost well I am. You can imagine even just for my tone that I am. I leave way more on the bright side. Okay tell us all right. I'll do you tomorrow. I'll go to bed when I want. I'd rather starve than exercise and eat right. All I won't apologize is right. It's your fall it. I could be mean right because you hurt my feeling like I'll even tell you the truth truth without setting it up with you like very bratty immature impetuous like a like entitled right because you know like like really quite creepy Li like a like a little baby bitch right but you know I told the truth right right so you could. You could have both though it's not like you're like a chicken or a Brat it's like different wall Wentz where we can be. Both we are both. Yeah both any any time. You don't have what you really want. Whether it's the body the money the job the marriage the relationship with your kids. It's basically typically a dance between the chicken and the Brat an and today's basic behavior right like what did you do today. Well I I really wanted my kid to come with me so I took away her phone and said get my car out that work. She didn't talk to me the whole time. And then I got really pissed and then I said she couldn't go out right. Wow and what was this. All for Rhode Island better relationship right and it's all her fault right so there you know what I mean. So it's like and then blame it on teenagers so if you were coaching that person you told the story about what would you. What would be a better response or away for that person to get what they wanted and have a better relationship You would you. Would you would really share with your kid. What you're sad? Bow what you're missing. What you yearn for what you hope for four and then ask them what they yearn for hope for and then try and go? Why is it this way? What do you think it is this way? What could we do? Did you would negotiate with that. Well you never let me you don't this you don't trust me you don't like your this disciplinarian that's a jerk. I don't WanNa give you love because and I don't WanNa play with you unless I need clothing right likes. You're no fun mom right and so what could we do. That would be fun. And how could I make you happy. And how could like. How can we negotiate right? Well you know and then you start associating and you're starting to develop that relationship but you don't do it like you get in the car so forcefully contriving well like you're the parent you know because I said so right. Isn't it so interesting because I'm listening to you. Say that an isn't it so interesting to think about how how many things or relationships and our live that. Maybe the US relationships I think this is an easy example but like you probably have the same end goal but because of our sometimes inability to communicate or be open or be honest or to know our dreams remes it can fall apart completely like you. Just don't get what you want once you think you know something like I know he'll never love me the way I want. That's like one. Plus one is two any belief you have theory. You have about your husband about yourself about your career. Once you've locked it. Yeah believe that thing. Yeah no matter how much you wish it was different different. That's like painting a glass. It's still a glass no matter where it is right so the fundamental thing that I teach in the method and and I get people to go after and really see for themselves through the process is the negative beliefs. That are age old in you that unless as you change your mind and Change Your own theory and cure your theory you are going to be cruising that theory. It's the nature of the beast. One hundred percent. I agree with that I call them the stories in my head or the stories. But it's like if you decide something about someone which usually for me is based on a fear. I have like it would be a fear if they this was in fact true but if I decide it every single thing they do I I will somehow be a see. I knew it. You know. I'll use that as proof to prove whatever that's theory is ahead or that story so in Quantum quantum physics. They did a study where they shot. Like a photon out of a laser and they created created a test of like this thin little slit and they shot the Photon to see if the photon would go through the slit. And guess what it went through the slips life and then they set up the tests that they'd have to slits and they shop. The one Photon to see if the particle would split guess. What the particle split amazing? It does exactly what we think is GONNA do. Now Watch for the Kicker K ready so the control test was they had the two slits they shot the photon but they watched it on a camera. They weren't watching it in the room. Got Me like the human was not watching. Okay and the photon did not not just split into two. It's split into thousands. Oh my gosh okay. And then what they figured out. Is that a human's focus is causing the way things move so if you believe your husband's a jerk you're making him what that doesn't mean that all of it if there's you know what I mean but there's a way to which we leave something at it proves itself if you're looking for the jerk on the road you're gonNA find them looking for how your kid is in GonNa honor you. You're gonNA find him what we look for. reprove out yes I then go ahead so then the genius would be figure out what you're proving that pay. I don't WanNa prove yeah and then figure out what you wish you would prove the dreams Catcher in a dialogue and take over the Fokker and that's pretty much what this book teaches you to do that was to me. That was a really good summary of this whole experience. Yes it's really you know twenty years later of of practicing this on on humans. Yeah gene humans. Human better it's it's it's so much more fun to be alive when you believe you have that kind of leverage power. I mean it. Isn't it true I've had days where my life looked. Exactly exactly the same like could have two different days but my life looks exactly the same situations are the same they. The relationships are the same. Nothing has changed changed except my attitude. Or you know the way I'm thinking about things and I can feel two completely different ways about the same exact act scenarios. Yes exactly right. That's exactly the point so you didn't create your you don't know you could take over the like it's all automated Machi in right right birthdays like I can take over the control. I can find the control control. Dial right right just like you know you can take over like you could hold your p and then p right like like the like ladies and gentlemen let's take takeover our minds. It seems to be the wild west of the new frontier of being Trudeau ourselves. And having what we want yes so fit in goal though. Because it's not like you just do this book one time or you may ride down your dreams. One time right and you're just life is perfect so is is this a constantly evolving state for us. It's even worse than that the minute I also teach like steak so it's all states of being if you would go. Your body is a three right on a scale of one to ten. Here's how you think about your body what you say to yourself. There's the memories you use against your pass if you're in a state of three the three is pervasive so when you dream and then change your promise like event like your vision and then you realize in that vision you have to have very different you know promises about the eating and exercising and Blah Blah Blah Blah..
Michael Bloomberg qualifies for Democratic primary ballot in Alabama
"Well folks if you thought. The Democratic primary field wasn't crowded enough billionaire businessman. Michael Bloomberg is on the case at. They're saying in March that he wouldn't run for president. The former New York York City mayor is apparently backtracking and preparing a run for twenty twenty bid according to a spokesman Bloomberg is expected to file the necessary paperwork to get on the Democratic primary ballot in in Alabama by the Friday deadline. Kate is not able to join us but we do have John Avalon with us by phone. John what's your first thought Ari. Well we're both New Yorkers. We know that Mike Bloomberg is flirted with running with the presidency. Probably a half dozen times over the past decade. This had been rumored There was a sense that he was dissatisfied with his decision. Not to get in. He saw Tom Star. Get on the ballot. Make the debate stage and I think it dovetails tails with something that you and I have discussed Kate. which is there may be a slot open for the Biden backup Centrist candidate who can win a general If Biden were to say there has been no major catastrophic flame out for Biden but other centrist candidates have really failed to rise. And so you see that top tier You know looking like Biden Warren Zander's And so a lot of national DEMOCRATS HAVE BEEN CONCERNED WAR Warren Sanders could lose to donald trump and Buddha judges just an unknown quantity. This is really Bloomberg leaving an option open By making sure he's on the ballot in the first State Alabama. This is not an officially getting in yet. It's keeping options open. And he's got fifty billion dollars to do that with so you shouldn't count them out no matter what your politics yeah. I think that's right. You know he hasn't gotten the race yet. He's merely just filing again in Alabama. Obviously the New Hampshire. I'm sure that lines coming up soon. And that I think will be a truer test right eventually. You either have to you know what or get off the pot and right now he's on that pot But we'll see whether or not he actually stays on it or gets off but I look I. I think there's a real question. I have John which is how much of this Bloomberg thing. And obviously there's there's been a media spike of interest with this. How much of this is merely the New York City media knowing Michael Bloomberg? He was the mayor here obviously for over a decade. How much is this? Just him being being in the back yard and therefore thinking highly of him versus sort of what the actual polls in the data says. I we know that. The Democratic Party is evenly evenly SPLIT BETWEEN MODERATES FLASH CONSERVATIVES AND LIBERALS LUSH very liberal Michael Bloomberg Certainly the centrist record in the context of New York City politics But the left's anger it even the notion he might get in a little odd given the fact that he's been the biggest funder for a lot of liberal causes particularly gun reform and climate change. I think the big question is Joe Biden who obviously occupies the lane. He would run in Has It demonstrated ability today to win over African Americans and working class voters. Mike Bloomberg's ability to do that is untested unknown and probably probably shouldn't be assumed to be an easy path. He is a billionaire from New York City then again so is Donald Trump and he successfully run as a conservative populist but the sheer volume of money if Mike Bloomberg gets in he and his team say they're going to spend a billion To to to be competitive in a primary in anything anything beyond that in a general so I don't think you can you can count them out And for those centrist and moderate and conservative Democrats. He'd be an appealing candidate. Can You bring the other broader coalition totally unknown. It's going to be a question of him. His record symptomless charismatic. You know ground Game politician amount of money can achieve almost anything
"zander" Discussed on Recovery Happy Hour
"Turned his back door on I spent a week in hospital in salt about and then decided after recovered from that that snitty maybe staying. US wasn't such a good idea for me. So I got up in coober continued the trip there. I went on welfare in Vancouver in that the promotion the government was willing to invest in stable place lieutenant and became trends with people and and got a tiny you better self respect back but I still using and still getting getting high in drunk everyday and and so somebody twelve sent news I'm walking downtown town gas him and said you know I tried to bum a cigarette from them and they said well you know cigarette. If you come to a meeting and so for about a year and a half I tried to get clean but I could and then one day I was walking down the street and I saw the firemen cutting guy out of the hung himself binds Ben Sheets out of the third story window of the apartment of the the hotel using and and I saw the dot can be me and so I started to go to twelve step meetings on daily basis and I and I was good for about a week and a half my first clean date was June first and then I went and spent a weekend at a using buddy's house and what what do you know of course they can use them so so June tenth was much her steak and I the been in recovering been sober since then in a sense that the way that we say sounds like it's an absolute thing the the day that I stopped using is the day got so uh-huh That's the ice tended Willard web getting sober might entail and the gymnastics and the Pretzel Turns and the Gumby `ISMs Eh engaged in the dysfunctional learning habits the building on arguments in and alien nation than isolation unacceptability blaming shaming jolting center all of that Gordian Knot of dysfunction attention. Well you sing is this is in the early eighties I mean. Aa was really the only option right narcotics above us in Vancouver was growing because might you needed to publish the basic texts of more products anonymous set of months queen mm or six almost six months lean and found my way into rooms narcotics how how long did twelve step stay part sort of your daily routine to stay sober and recover in his out something. That's I mean sixty five days. Hey I was gonna say as that transitioned over the last thirty four years ago there have been times where I've experimented with not going the meetings and they don't wind well. You know I mean like no I haven't gone back into the actual actual results of relapse relapse because I think of relapse being everything that leads up to actual news actual drinking and drinking is drinking and and using his using any relapses all of the justifications and the exceptions and the the penny pot or mean bullshit that we can give into that makes news it makes drinking walk like some kind of good option human. Only we ever kicked it moved you to Guatemala you know making it so that I would put myself in a situation or somebody else yeah yeah. It's it's it's absolute insanity. At what point were you in your sobriety. Where you starting to get down to the root of the issue you talking about you know avoiding feelings like in the first year off that I I I didn't have a problem with substance anymore? The thing that drove into the substance was about fumes and so I started looking for people who were healthy emotionally finally healthy life was working and a lot of people who appeared emotionally healthy once I got below the you know the outer shell they had all the same problems just weren't using level were park benches. When I WANNA get to you said a very interesting sentence when we I emailed and that was how you learned how to use your emotions as allies talk talk to me a little a bit about what that means and when that evolution started to happen I was afraid of my emotions intimidating five hundred they were uncomfortable? Do anything that rid of the uncomfortable emotion that Northington all kinds of stuff that we've already covered and so I got it that it seemed like nobody that I encountered didn't have any feelings except for people who reacts trying to kill themselves so feelings are a constant physiological feelings like the nerve endings of hot and cold pressing things that we also have the occasional personal aspect of that and I started the hunt for how could I do better without is there a system I was I was ten or twelve years clean in and I got to the place where I realized that I don't have a choice of whether I surrender surrendered. I only have a choice of what I surrender to surrender to misery and depression in isolation all those usual suspects or I can surrender to joy and serenity and peace and harmony and collaboration and neutrality in creativity and generosity. I just need to learn how and so I I went to meditation circles. I went I went to bodywork went to a I started becoming an addiction counselor in nineteen ninety six years I I walked into the local alcohol and drug office to volunteer. They interviewed Manson Manson volunteer but we'd like to hired a train you and so that's what I started to do and then I became first nations up here in Canada we have first nations reserves which you kind of like what do your Indian reservations states and so I became the addictions counseling for a first nation and worked there for near and a half and then I've worked for the John Howard Society which works with people who've been mandated to buy the courts arts and I've worked enough field for a number of years before I started to discover a system the structure of emotions which happened in nineteen ninety nine when I started to study Oriental Medicine I studied acupressure which is like acupuncture at that. There's no needles you're using your fingers until I became a student and then a practitioner and teacher acupressure and nightline that there's an actual physiological correspondence between all of our emotional reality now and are so we know alcohol is metabolized by the liver and and and one of those common fingerprint handprint signature forms of that we know for alcoholics anger and frustration and sew anger and frustration happen to be in body and fear. The're happens to be embodied in the KITTENS. What do people do when they're just mortally afraid NAPI themselves? Okay Gracia loss is is in the lungs and what people do when they're when they're they're fully ARISTA. Cry Anxiety Insecurity are in the spleen which which is our earth elements and it's like the earth underneath. You isn't Solomon feel insecure at chaos and disorder is in the heart and if you're if you're Kale headache your is upset. You're lost your connection connection with wholeness. There's that negative aspect and there's also the positive allergies generosity and kindness or in the lunar well I I mean I hate to jump ahead. I mean but like how do we what tools can people used to make that transfer transferred to the counterbalance found that so many people get got lost fell apart because light continued to be a problem for them even and after they got two three four five seven ten years under their belt in recovery but lifestyle sucks. I have an eight week course that I teach that's todd online videos audios tedious at that tunnel and included as part of that is weekly coaching that our group coaching calls or individual coaching the most people don't want to be and in eight weight as you get foundations of how apply of how learners the structured system so we all kinds of great systems you can go on global anytime day. Hey fine how to build your next station ascension but nowhere else have I ever seen UH UH system for how to understand and work with your emotions to turn them into allies instead of being in most of the sincere yeah and I think that there's a a lot of people even with some significant sobriety under their belt that still see their emotions as their enemies because they're they're still afraid of them because they don't know what to to do with them and accept overpower them and I mean if their core our feelings are survival mechanisms we have to we have to feel fear in order to survive. You know that teaches us something. you know a sadness teaches they're all feelings are teachers even though they're thera uncomfortable but we have to make friends with them so that we can work together with them and not constantly fight them in so many people don't have a way of interpreting the ceilings that that actually helps them. You know like people will say control your emotions control yourself. Don't be so sensitive. Don't be so emotional that makes emotions negative in our enemies at what the will usually do and we try and control something wavering presses OSU's and it comes out sideways it comes out ten times worse at the most inopportune moment I was really good at. I I would say the wrong thing so exactly the wrong person to say the wrong thing that it's actually the worst takes petition so it's not a a it's not a you know. Snap your fingers. Once in it's done come into recovery and sobriety. You're automatically sober in that trump says learning but once you learn the stuff it's a skill that you have to the rest of your life battle yourself but other people to well. Let's let's talk about cheat on a little I bet and explain explain to the listeners what it is and then how you're using that and helping other people learn it in how it's helping them. Mm Okay you ever been told to just relax yeah like seventeen times a day by everybody that I come into contact with after I give them the Middle Finger I go into.
"zander" Discussed on Recovery Happy Hour
"Story and and how you got to Sobriety Union in five or ten minutes or less tell us how long you drink how long it was a problem and why you decided to stop alcoholism sugar and I was a sugar addict from the GECKO. I was was adopted and in five foster homes before I was two and I was you know said by name other than kindly I would run and hide in the corner like put my face in the clinic is that was what I was taught to do. So I was already kinda messed up near when I started and I lost all night teeth by the time I was nineteen complete replaced because of my essentially addiction into sugar I I got drunk learners twelve and from there on it was like how can I make myself feel better and if the always eclipsed anything else on I I was a liar achieve message and an I a new that I was yet I felt helpless and powerless to change it. I went to church and I got confirmed in church and then promptly went went back to to all the crap and so my faith in church diminished because that wasn't working it it didn't fix and then I was sexually assaulted by the church. One of the people who wasn't positional authority this new and that's a fairly common experience among people who are again our friends news rb guesstimates under the eighty percent up to eighty percent of people who are in recovery rooms. I have had some history of trauma sexual inappropriateness result. I had a girlfriend that I got engaged with. then I I gave into some of the disease seasoned torpedoed that relationship which created more pain went home and cried uncontrollably thinks hours until I went to sleep and then I heard that you could live for four dollars a day in Guatemala so I sold everything and lifting lifting Guatemala Damola where I promptly you know did more of the same kind of thing I found people who also were doing the same kind we don't excesses and got myself arrested by police by police and spent two and a half months in jail and then I lived on the beach for another couple of months and then I escaped the country because rearrested anytime so I swam into Mexico from Guatemala what across the country was not papers no documentation and landed in the United States and became it came on a voluntary beggar and so I had taken about poverty in the sense of to live without money because I had seen when I when I sought after money I was willing to do anything you wanted to do. The line which soon and I didn't WanNa do that from there I looked on I lived on the streets in and I asked her place to Oh to live and so I- landed in a commune in New Mexico and I built a ten weeks I built don't be house in this whole time you had you were voluntarily homeless as a means to as a means to what trying to learn how to person instead of a low bottom but were you still drinking during all this a commune was drinking I we made we made our homebrew. We you know the the the whole thing was centered on. Let's get high interesting and it's like the unit has been jarreds away who houses his family they did and it was like daily Blotto blotto and so what happened is you got closer to nineteen eighty three and and that sort of reaching the end what was was there a game changing moments ought all that I met in a parking tickets using stuff with decided to take me home and his wife and children and so two three hours hitting me bro cheekbones in my temples of getting multiple concussions we when I.
"zander" Discussed on Recovery Happy Hour
"Hi guys as welcome to recovery happy hour where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we quit drinking. I'm your host Tricia and I currently have a back injury. That has me walking like I'm smuggling drugs inside a very uncomfortable place in my body. Thank you for joining me. Today's introduction is partly food for thought and partly me he just getting some stuff off my chest. First of all I wanNA thank you for listening to this. PODCAST has grown to something way bigger than it was. When I first started hearted fifteen months ago so specifically in the last few months it's blown up to a much larger audience than I ever imagined would listen? I remember when I I started getting reviews and most of them were great and we all love reading nice things about ourselves right. That feels good so when I get a bad review it never never feels good but it's part of share yourself with an audience and when the audience gets larger you'll get more bad reviews so ninety eight reviews out of one hundred or great in two of them are bad. It's just human nature to focus on that tiny percentage of negativity. We all do it. I remember getting an email when I first started from someone who told me that she liked the podcast but that the sound quality needed improvement and she was withholding her five star rating until I fix that to be honest I kind of rolled my ice ice in if that's you and you're listening I'm sorry but I rolled my eyes at you because I was and still am doing the very best I know how to do with the audio and I can't do do more than I already am to get your five star review then I read another of you from someone who said that the content is great but the audio on the interviewee side is often terrible totally out of my control that if that's you and you're listening first of all thank you for even taking the time to leave your review but but that search for perfect audio means you might be missing the point of this podcast first and foremost I need you to know that I produce produce this podcast myself alone. I don't record interviews and hand them off to someone else to edit and publish them. I do it all myself. I schedule the interviews. I record them on skype in my bedroom. Not a recording studio recording our interview on skype means that sometimes one of us has a less than ideal Internet connection sometimes sometimes the weather gets in the way of that and sometimes he'll even here thunderstorm in the background. After we talk I spend about two hours editing the interview into a forty five minute chunk on garage band which is free software on my Mac. I edit the conversation so it's more cohesive and I cut out any awkward silences or extra uh-huh ars and clicking sounds and I'm not an audio engineer. I taught myself how to do all of this. I did myself I used a combination of youtube tutorials goals and flying by the seat of my pants. The interviewees are also just like me okay their normal people interviewing in their homes or offices using their phone in or headphones on their laptop and both of us are doing this for free and we're taking the time out of our days and our jobs to share stories of hope with someone who needs is to hear it so in that entire process. There's a lot of variables that make this podcast less than perfect. Today's episode for instance involves audio that that is not awesome in fact coming up in the next month. You'll hear an interviewee. Who's a single dad with a two year old? So of course you're going to hear his daughter in the background because that's what being a single dad involves on another episode coming up with my favorite Broadway singer you'll hear her walking around New York City and then eating breakfast vest and that's because she's a Tony Award winning superstar who again took the time out of her busy day to share her story with you so please understand stand that in spite of what little imperfections may annoy you at their core. They're not important details again. Today's episode is one of those those were. The audio isn't awesome but ZANDER's story is a great one and we talked about things that haven't been mentioned on any episodes yet acupuncture acupressure her she gone touchy. These are things that will speak to someone who needs to hear it. Someone who's been fighting with sobriety and who maybe doesn't want to go the traditional twelve step route and might need to hear that these options are available to them. This could be the episode that changes someone's life and I say that very boldly because I get emails and messages all the time daily telling me that listening to this podcast is changing lives anytime we deter someone from trying some various kind of recovery for their drinking. We potentially ruin an opportunity for instance. You've I heard podcast guest talk about whether or not a has worked for them and that's not the content I'm talking about when someone is sharing their experience of what they've tried. I'm talking about when I see people relentlessly posting articles in a sober accountability group about a being destructive source of help or that it should be avoided altogether altogether. I cringe when I see this because even though it's not everyone's cup of tea. It's someone's Cup of tea who needs to know about it telling someone they should avoid an opportunity to get help is way more destructive than an imperfect program. Your opinion may be important to you but ah for the greater good your opinion could actually be detrimental to someone because you're trying to close off their options. What if your negative review of something kept someone from listening and inside these episodes was the key to their sobriety but if they never listened because they were told it's not perfect there is is not perfection in sobriety? There is no perfect program. No perfect book no perfect podcast or facebook group. If you're looking for perfection action you're not gonNA find it. Getting sober and staying sober is a very imperfect process full of imperfect people and that's a beautiful thing. I wrote this introduction because I want you to understand that your recovery is yours and the total opposite of it is someone else's and if you're both not drinking then both of what you're doing is working anytime we talk badly about something. That's not working for us. Someone is listening who wants the truth and what you're saying isn't the truth. It's your opinion. Please join me in encouraging anyone around you who wants to stop drinking to try everything imperfect perfect or not right or wrong doesn't exist in this recovery world but willingness and hope does sometimes it just takes one specific sentenced tints to strike a chord with someone. Give them hope that they can do this. Hey that's what happened to me three years ago. When I heard a beautifully imperfect podcast interview from from someone who said the words that changed my life forever those same words could be in this imperfect episode so please put away your need for perfection Shen unless you yourself are perfect? Listen for the guts and the bravery and the strength that you need because it could be somewhere in between a bad internet connection and a thunderstorm and yes you absolutely have the freedom to post any kind of review you want and hey please do it honestly i. I know I'm not everyone's favorite person but keep in mind that we want to welcome. Everyone who needs to hear this content. Despite its flaws there is so much help out there and when you spread it around as much as we can before we get started. Please visit Recovery Happy Hour Dot com for any show notes. You're interested in in which you'll probably need this time because there's a lot of Chinese words thrown around this is also where you can donate to the podcast or learn more about the Dallas retreat coming up in January with me which is almost seventy percent sold out so if you're considering buying a ticket please don't wait. Oh there's also a couple of episodes coming up starting next week where I'm answering your questions on the show anything about my story the PODCAST the retreat whatever you WanNa know so if you have a question that you want to ask me you you can email me through the website or you can send me a message on social media. I'm at Recovery Happy Hour. Also I getting really close to ten thousand followers on instagram which is super cool so I'm decided to celebrate by releasing two extra podcast episodes the week. I crossed that mark so you can binge some extra content. You should should see those pop up within a couple of weeks so make sure you're subscribed all right. Let's get to Zander Hi Sandra. How are you? I'm awesome good making the a day as good as I possibly can and looking forward to being even better as part of the incident I love it. I'll take it for sure zander what what is your sobriety date and which you describe yourself as a high or a low functioning drinker my sobriety date June tenth nineteen eighty-four so so I'm thirty five years and two months and almost twenty five days the his county right right exactly thousand eight hundred forty thirty seven or something like that it's it's one thing to to unite at least have established that we're both all about how the have the fun yes yeah. I think anybody anybody then met me. That's a priority so the opposite of that was how I was. When I get my bottom I was living? I lived on the street side slept in gutters and sewers and I was trying to commit suicide side with the overt direct quick act of it I hated myself and drinking drinking gave me the short term gain of a feeling of pleasure of relief from the constant awareness of how life sucked God just numbs everything and then it comes right back to you like a sledgehammer boomerang. That's a that's a visceral description for sure. We'll we'll get into that here. In a minute in the meantime till tells a little bit more about yourself where we live how old you are what you do for a living likes to do for fun any good stuff like that so I lived in currently live in Ajax Ontario that may change change very soon. I'm looking for a new place to live. I'm sixty two years all young and I had worked as a family addictions therapist and addictions coach so I work with individuals her seeking to improve their experience of recovery as well as the family members who are distressed as a result of their loved ones using the other the other alcoholism alcoholism and addiction kind of interchangeably because alcoholism is is a form of addiction. What did I do for fun walks? I swim in Lake Ontario almost every day which because they come tears deeply kids. It's a it's a Cold Lake and so that brings me into the immediacy of this moment undeniably not thinking about five hours before ignorant Nana daily practice of serenity skills and they serenity skills are all about how do I have fun so at any given moment I can stand up and reach into my drawer and pull out my juggling balls and I can juggle for five minutes and that's a fun of media plan so I ended up performing eleven hundred shows that exploit sits Vancouver cheese first professional national juggler on the show guys e her first but I became a fire so I fire eater on the show too so this this is this is a this is a really important episode right now. Let's talk about before you got to eating fire juggling and Let's step back back in time for a second and talk about your.
Bernie Sanders calls for canceling $1.6 trillion in student loan debt
"Hurt senator bernie sanders is trying to break out of a crowded field of democratic presidential hopefuls by announcing a plan to eliminate student loan dead the one point six trillion dollar plan announced this week would be paid for by tax on wall street stock trades and it would be a huge deal in texas where there's one point six billion dollars in student debt owed ashley williams with the center for public policy priorities says thanks to deregulation tuition has skyrocketed get an education it's going to help you be productive by the cost meditation is keeping people from doing just that zander's plan is already facing criticism from both conservatives who see it as a bailout and liberals who feel it only benefits upper middle class people who attended elite for your
Bernie Sanders calls for canceling $1.6 trillion in student loan debt
"Senator bernie sanders is trying to break out of a crowded field of democratic presidential hopefuls by announcing a plan to eliminate student loan debt the one point six trillion dollar plan announced this week would be paid for by attacks on wall street stock trades and it would be a huge deal in texas where there's one point six billion dollars in student debt owed ashley williams with the center for public policy priorities says thanks to deregulation tuition skyrocket did get an education that's going to help you be phenomenally productive by the cost of education is keeping people from doing just that zander's plan is already facing criticism from both conservatives who see it as a bailout and liberals who feel it only benefits upper middle class people who attended elite for your
"zander" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio
"You're gonna make new friends you're going to hang out with me and early to rise team. You're gonna meet bedrose going to be my friend. Toronto Zander fryer. So Sharana Zander are teaching. The second power skill which is sales persuasion, for the new economy sales persuasion, for the new economy. This one is going to be very, very important for you. And here's why. Let's face it, the world has changed dramatically in the twelve plus years since Facebook and YouTube, you know, quote unquote, took over the internet and the authoritarian blustery sales approach of the seventies and eighties. No longer work today. All right. It's not like the top down approach like being a boss being a boss doesn't work today. Today, you have to be a leader bosses top-down telling people what to do a leader is in, in the situation mucking up with their team and leading them through it, and that's why we have Sharon Zander. So Sharon came from India on a tennis scholarship, like Badri. He dumpster, dived, four food, and college. I mean he went through and pulled all the stops he eventually worked for Goldman Sachs, that's where you learn how to sell then he took a real estate company tell us properties from three hundred fifty million dollars in sales to three point five billion in five years, literal ten x and now he's starting another company does. He's going to hundred x. And this guy has diversity. He's indian. He's absolutely amazing these different countries different background, and he loves American. He wants to help you and then Zander fryer. His parents are Pakistan, and Irish and he is a millennial. He's thirty years old. He's one of the best sales people have ever met because he doesn't sell it selling without selling. They're both professional sales whispers, and you're going to hear from them. They're going to bring unique and diverse approaches to sales training. They're gonna put more money in your pocket. More value in the lives of your.
Koepka keeps 7-shot lead at PGA Championship
"App to golf round three of the PGA championship defending champ Brooks kept shattered records over the first two rounds fire gate, that page black course-record, sixty three in the first round followed it up with a five under sixty five in the second round KEPCO was more human though, in the third row with it even poor seventy but he's still has large lead heading into Sunday's final round Brooks kept at twelve under seven shadow lead at four other golfers including Dustin Johnson, Kemp K heading into the final round with the largest fifty four will lead in PJ championship history, doesn't really matter. I'm just trying to play golf if I can get off to a good start tomorrow. These first six holes are very score will, and I feel like if you can you can get one or two hundred after after six here you're gonna get spot. That's all. All I need to do tomorrow, and then, from there from seven to twelve just try to hang on and make as many as you can't other golfers are at pressed with Brooks kept gives play including Zander Shafi, who had three under trills KEPCO by nine shots. He's doing what he said he'd do. He's, he's talk some in the media room and he's backed every every word of it up. So as a competitor, I have the most respect for it, and I think is awesome. So some trash talking for Brooks CAPCO who thinks he will repeat as the winner of the PGA championship. I feel I feel confident I feel good. I feel. Excited started. So can anyone catch Brooks? Kepco ESPN golf analyst. Michael Collins, everything is
2019 PGA Championship Odds
"Obviously, let's start. Tiger woods. Okay. He's eight to one which, again I'm going to say is ridiculous. I would never been anybody to win a golf tournament eight to one. But if I had to I probably wouldn't take Tiger Woods in this one, am I wrong in saying? No. You're not wrong and saying that. And let me just preface that by saying a couple of things. You know, Beth page black is a serious golf. Course it is long. It's just a, you know, Scotia under seventy five hundred yards. It's got an incredible incredible slope of one fifty five so for people that are listening that may not be that attuned into golf having a plan. A golf course it has a slope rating of one fifty five is an analogous to climbing by climbing Mount Everest. You know what I mean? It's steep in Scott, it's got a course rating Bryant of a kitsch over seventy seven while that. And combine all of that. I mean it's incredibly difficult. Number two. They expect some weather, you know, whether it be, I think I've Friday and Sunday hole with a chance. A rain and I think that's going to eliminate half of the field, right there number one, because of the weather, and even if they didn't have whether there, Brian, I think half of the field is eliminated because if you're not a bomber on that golf course your chances are swimming to win in my opinion. So and what I've heard about this golf course, the greens are fairly small, it's a, it's a ball striking golf course. So a guy that hits the ball long and straight probably gonna win this thing. But I guess you could say that about many majors out there. Right. So I look at a guy like Brooks. Kapka. Okay, kept is around ten to one. He's one of the favorites I'll tell you right now. I'd rather put my money on captain Tiger Woods. Well, I agree because kept goes is playing very, very good golf right now. Secondly, tiger winning the masters, you know, getting a lot of pricks and winning the masters but a wins a win. Okay, how hard it is to win a major little go back to back and. Win two majors. It just doesn't happen. And I just don't think the, the outer in tiger saver, especially if it is cold and rain tiger does not play good in cold or rainy weather. He just doesn't well, that's because he's a worst. That's what he requires conditions. That's because he's maintenance. That's why Dennis gimme gimme a long odds darkhorse in this thing. Oh boy. Very good question. You know played last week, and I've always liked a lot of. Is he's from whereas from India, big Roly, poly guy hearing that? Not lahiri. No, no cured that copy barn. Right. Okay. He got the length. He's got the game. He's playing good. I said for years, this guy is got to explode in a good tournament. I don't know what his odds are two hundred and fifty to one but how much two hundred and fifty to one, okay, there you go. John daly. Thousand that's my Bubba Watson, sixty two one boys that that's true Bubba is sixty to one, you know, here's another guy who is just no confidence right now. You know who probably I'm gonna say, Jordan speech, right? Your meal. He's people are I hear the most ridiculous thing the other day that there were when George came out, and he had a stellar year, you know, two three years ago, they're going, there's our next Tiger Woods. There's our next tiger was you gotta be kidding me. Yeah. See, that's, that's just completely ridiculous. All I is so far awful lot. It's Redick doesn't hit the ball far enough. That's the bottom line in this day and age of golf to be one of the best players in the world you have to hit the ball, at least three twenty three thirty three forty t. Has a magnificent short game. We know he's going to win more tournaments and he'll probably win more majors. But he's in my opinion. He will never be the number one player in the world ever again. I happen to agree with you. And I think right now with him. He says he's a grobian he's getting better, especially the short Dame as funny, but he's got demons. And I think that's the only thing that's stirring up on the greens, real. Masonic temple and over thinking that people have been saying that for a long time. Yeah. It's going to be interesting to see how long guys it takes for him to shake those demons and and get back to being him. Let's talk a little bit about Jason day. If you ask me, a guy, I wouldn't really call him a long shot because he's about thirty two one in most books. But Jason day has had a lot of success on, Bethpage. He's had a lot of success on this golf course. I know he's not the best player in the world, but he used to be he knows what it's like to win big golf tournaments. It seems like he is getting much back into form. And he's playing some better golf again. He's my guy that I look at nice say, well might might not be a bad idea to put a couple of bucks on Jason day. He said success here, he can win this tournament. And then I look at a couple of other guys like Patrick Canley, like, Tony female these guys that I think are do they've been in contention, and majors before they certainly have the talent to win it, and it just for them. It's just about getting over the hump. Those are a couple of guys, maybe not the biggest household names, but guys. Is that our top twenty players in the world that I think can win tomorrow? Well, I agree with you. I, I disagree a little bit with can leave. And though he's having a hell of a season but you happen to mention the guy where my money's on to win this tournament. That's Tony female. Yeah. He's all the tools. He hits the ball long way Jos the ball. And he he's got a magnificent. Nag -nificant short game. He's an incredible athlete as long as he doesn't sprain his ankle, a couple days before a major. He'll be he'll be just fun. Every did that the masters. Zander Shaw fell doesn't. He owns that the long drive record like four hundred fifty yards. Doesn't he? Zander sharply. Yeah. Yeah. I was not aware of that. I was not aware of that. I mean he's obviously a fine fine player. I just personally, just don't seem in the Knicks on this. I wouldn't you know, think to bet them, but again, anything can happen, J D And don't forget, all these guys are damn good. But there's certain things you have to have on a golf course like this to really up your percentage in, if you don't have I think you're going to be hitting your gifts your head against well, obviously short game and putting anywhere. But you gotta have the lake to gotta get it in the stairway on this golf course. And again, I think they haven't, you know, this, this course, is held what three or four different big big tournaments before and experience is, is really kind of out the window. I think it just got to look at the guys that are coming in that are kind of hot playing goes speaking of hot. I'm glad you mentioned that because Dustin Johnson has a very hot wife and pulling the Gretzky he is let me mention a few guys Dustin. Johnson. I mentioned, his trophy, wife, Rory mcilroy is twelve to one Rickie, Fowler guy. We haven't talked about is right there at sixteen to one Jon Rahm and other one eighteen to one with Justin Rose. And then you have Molinari in D Shambo at twenty two one those guys that I just mentioned. Is it fair to say that, that those odds are correct? And those guys have a good shot to get this thing as well. I do. I do. I think this one they picked it. They take pretty good. You know, again, there's ways that you can play is, you know, playing really, really good golf not being the longest hitter of the world. And most of these guys, you know, have that they keep them play. They've got a good short game. They have a good imagination. And that's, that's what you'd be on any PGA tour event Brian. You know, that's sure. No absolutely
Judge orders Olivieri, 16, to stand trial in teens' deaths
"Five and nearly a year and a half after the murder of two sixteen year old boys in south Philadelphia, the murder trial against the defendant. Brendan oliveri begins from the criminal Justice center covering it for us, what abuse Preston Johnson in front of the jury. Brennan, oliveri pleaded not guilty each count of murder on gun related charges. He face it. Secured of shooting and killing sixteen year olds Coby Miller and Salvator to new early assistant district attorney Dave Osborn open the trial against him saying the two lives ended before they ever really began. And then laid out with already say happened. Oliveri went looking for newly on the night of October twenty four two thousand seventeen armed with a gun because he had recently lost a fight with a new balloon, his friends, and they say that when all very pointed the gun at the sixteen year old trying to wrestle it away from him. But then was shot in the chest Miller was caught in the crossfire and also fatally. Shot. Prosecutors say they have video I witnesses cell phone and physical evidence tying oliveri to the murders. But defense attorney Bama Zander says the case is filled with inconsistencies confusion and chaos and others no gun or physical evidence linking his client to the crime. Testimony has started and is expected to continue
Red Sox manager to skip White House visit over Puerto Rico hurricane response
"Boston manager, Alex chorus confirmed. He will not attend the White House ceremony Thursday honoring the World Series champion Red Sox because of the Trump administration's response to hurricane Maria in his native Puerto Rico at least eight Boston players. Previously said they won't attend either. Including Mookie Betts, Zander Bogart's. Jackie Bradley, jR, Rafael Devers, David price, Christian Vasquez and Hector
2019 Masters: Tiger at top of the leaderboard with 13 under par
"Day. Here's the latest from the final round of the masters. Tiger woods. Just birdied the par five fifteenth. He is now alone atop the leaderboard at thirteen under par. But there is a lot of company on his tail. Dustin Johnson, Zander Shafi and Brooks KEPCO are all twelve under one shot back Jason day and Rickie Fowler. Just two strokes off the pace at eleven under tiger hasn't won a major since the two thousand eight US open at Torrey
Harden's 31 leads Rockets' 135-103 rout of Clippers
"Clippers chances of catching Utah. The number five spot in the west a bit of a terror in rockets ratted the clippers one thirty five to one zero three despite holding James harden to John MIR thirty one points, Chris Paul at a twenty nine Shakila Gonzales Zander, led the clippers he had twenty Utah with a romp at Phoenix eighteen to ninety seven. So now the clips
Red Sox 2B Dustin Pedroia 'wouldn't have' had knee surgery after 2017 season
"Friday. We are joined now by WBZ TV's. Dan Roach who was down in spring training with the Boston Red Sox staffer new debt. Hey, josh. I'm very well. Thank you. So Dustin Pedroia in camp yesterday, but this morning he talked about regrets about undergoing the knife in two thousand seventeen. Yeah. You had a process called restoration cartilages surgery on his left knee. And really it's been an adventure for him because he's the only traditional Claire ever be major league baseball to have that type of surgery. So, you know, he told me several times, you know, the pivot that a second baseman makes the different things that he does he has no idea what's going to work and hold up and day to day and all that stuff. So he kind of said today that you know, if you had to do it all over again, he wouldn't do it said he has no regrets because he you know, he went through it. But at this point, he wouldn't do it. So interesting to hear from him as he tries to come back at the age of thirty five Zander Bogart's in camp today. Yeah. You know, what he's more interested in talking about everybody else, but himself he's a free agent after the season at twenty years old he's in his prime. He's one of the best shortstops in the game. To make a big payday, but didn't wanna talk about that. You know, we talked about the World Series winning not compare JD Martinez coming here last year the the bat that they needed and the person the individual that they needed to replace David Ortiz. He also said that his favorite player even before he's MVP. They have last year. And he said that Dustin Pedroia is one of the funniest guys you'd ever been around. And he's rooting for him. He said if he could fly eagles fly by himself on his own one day. So he was very relaxed again, the same thing the interesting thing here is just a final thought. Josh is that the the pitcher is a starting pitcher sale and poor solo and everything member how many innings they threw last year coming out of the bullpen, etc. They've been slowly coming along. So normally they would have their second bullpen today. That's pushed back at day till tomorrow won't make their debut until mid March though, the core outscore and the medical staff keeping an eye on those starting pitchers knows inning. Good to go and ready to go. Let me ask you about another pitcher Dave price. He announced he was changing his number from twenty four to ten which is all well and good. But you know, he's had a a moody relationship if you will with the press over the last several years have we seen any change in his demeanor. No, not really not necessarily. So, you know, I think he's still got that chip on a shoulder or anger towards the media. But everyone else she eats kind of good with now after winning a World Series, especially your teammates to begin with. But then the fans you you wanted to show his love to the fans I talked to pay Martinez today. And he said, wait he said, I'm predicting it right now watch David price is going to get the loudest or one of the loudest ovations on the home opening day at Fenway park. Because everything is good now. That's all he wanted to see price to win a World Series. Make it good now with the fans, and he should be fine. Well, last question rachi a lot of players are up for renewal at the end of this season. And yet as you mentioned a few minutes ago, they're they're not really interested in talking about it at this time is that because they're hoping to prove themselves on the field. Or is there something else that player? No. I think it's I think onomic the Red Sox have some issues as far as trying to get rid of some salary and things like that. So you know, JD Martinez has an opt-out after this year. Mookie Betts did a couple. Years. Jackie Bradley, jR after this year. Believe Bogart's we talked about I think they have a lot of work to do. And I think the kind of China let everything settle see what happens this year. And maybe at some point they'll talk extension with some of those guys and try to get them done before the end of the season, maybe even before the end of spring. But I just think it's it's I don't know maybe they're just cautious in how they go about business here with all these players and trying to get something done. All right, my friend. Thanks very much. We'll talk to you again on Monday afternoon. That's WBZ TV's. Dan roach. Joining us from Fort Myers, Florida where the SOX have gathered for the beginning of spring
"zander" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"I've got the opportunity to opt for survivor benefits from my wife. My pension. I realized the ideal option would be to have a term policy that would replace my pension, but the price of the policies a bit more than the cost of the survivor benefit program. Should I just consider this as a term life policy that goes away after me and my wife pass or is it worth the extra to pass it on to the next generation? I'm not worried about the next generation. I'm worried about her as a survivor benefit are not having a survivor benefit. So if you're not going to take the survivor benefit, you're going to buy the term life insurance to cover the drop in income that your household will have when you die. And I think you need to check Zander insurance. And the value of the survivor benefit annually. Whatever she would receive annually times ten or twelve is all you need in term life insurance. And I don't think that's going to be more than the drop. Typically, you'll come out a lot better off doing that. Because you get so much more money. By not taking the survivor benefit, but you can look at it and run the numbers out. But I think you've either tried to purchase too much term life insurance or purchase it for too long. Or you've got an ailment or you're overweight or something like that. Or you shopped for insurance around place because those numbers that you're giving me wouldn't normally turn out that way. So check further into it. And but but certainly the big the main goal here is after all these years of serving your.
Kidnapped Sea Snails
"Done. Why is your backpack all wet? It's not raining outside of drenched it and bug repellent. Why to mosquitoes like your backpack like me, but I don't like bug repellent makes my skin each. So I figured I could just wear a bug repellent. Drench backpack like shield and mosquitos could say away from me without a speck of repellent having to touch my skin the jury's still out on whether it works or not keep me updated. You know, you're not the first to use that technique. Amphion a strip crustacean living in the Southern Ocean, hold another animal called terra pods of plank tonic mollusc, also known as Cisse nails. See angels or see butterflies on their backs like backpacks and use them as a living shield the cease snails secrete, a poisonous chemical that deters predators like cod. Fishes amphibians are unaffected by the chemical. And when they carry the cease nails on their backs. They're also protected from predators ice fishes quickly realized the empha- pods carrying terra pods piggyback. Don't make a great snack. So they learned to avoid them taking my backpack shield idea to a whole new level. And it gets worse. Once the terrifies are in the clutches of the empha- pods. They can't hunt to feed so they starved to death as far as researchers can tell so far the sea snails don't benefit at all from the association. My backpack doesn't really benefit from our sociation. No. But I don't know if you'll get much benefit either this moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Zander d'arme dog less.
Kickstart Your Memory with the Jennifer Aniston Neuron
"Com slash curiosity and use coupon code curiosity. We're going to wrap up with some compelling memory research, and it's all based on something called. The Jennifer Aniston, you're on it shows how easily our brains drawn new connections, and you can use it to kick. Start your memory, except now, I'm just kind of sat never got into friends. I never did either. Let's play name the friends characters name more. I've got Rachel and Phoebe. Is there a Carl? Now, wait any Zander. It's new Sander of Ross, Joey, yes. Nice thing. Ding, ding. This has been the most fun game show. We've ever played in this podcast. Well, don't worry. This science requires. No prior knowledge of the TV show friends, except knowing the Jennifer Aniston wasn't it in this whole thing comes from an accidental discovery in two thousand five a team of epilepsy. Researchers were trying to find the police in the brain were epileptic seizures originate this started to notice a strange pattern in one of their participants. Every time she saw a picture of Jennifer Aniston, a particular neuron would fire in her brain the trend showing her the words, Jennifer Aniston, and again that same neurons would fire the tried bringing up Jennifer Aniston in other ways, and every time it shot off the conclusion was inescapable for this particular individual. Anyway, there was a specific neuron tied to the concept of Jennifer Aniston. Other participants in the study had their own unique triggers for particular neurons. In one they found a particular neuron associated with Bill Clinton and in another they found one for Halle Berry and the subject's brain would react as if they recognize the person, even if the person was unrecognizable in the image. So for example, the Halle Berry part of the brain might fire off if the subject saw her in her cat woman costume as long as they knew beforehand that the actress had been unfortunate enough to win that role. This actually tells us a lot about how our brains work though, as we learn to recognize people places and things our networks of neurons. Start to store that data by developing particular patterns of activity, and it's surprisingly easy to manipulate that pattern, for example. Sometimes Jennifer Aniston neurons would light up when they saw Lisa Kudrow that implied that part of the job. The neuron was doing was making a sociation. Lisa cujo, made her think of Phoebe from friends which made her think of Rachel from friends, which made her think of Jennifer Aniston who played Rachel the biggest takeaway from this is that making us association between two concepts could be one of the most. Effective ways to kick. Start your memory, the one that comes to my mind is always thinking of a person, you already know when you meet someone new who has the same name that is my number one tried into trick for memory names. See what other associations, you can make and see how much you can
"zander" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"It made me developing entirely near and honest relationship or parents hey how about you oh that's a good thing not had before that's a good thing it made me realize oh when the plastics phone some from the ceiling i know what's gone with mom and dad tears and the real the real people that he moved in okay what is going on air there shaking the timbers up there got a question the second the second thing is on i grew up in southern illinois which was way outside of the chicago land area but any time that i heard a band from you know my state it was a big deal whether it was sticks or eating whoever was and i wanted to ask you do you think that comes from the mid west made a difference to your music as opposed to somebody from either of the coasts i don't think so i was personally not really into midwestern bands you know and i came up i was more interested in the the sort of british invasion bands from the early sixties all the way up till even now my favorite groups come from the uk usually was there a favourite robin zander band was there like your band was there one band well yeah it was the beatles right that were my favorite band it when i was twelve years old or whatever and but along when i say the beatles i also mean the rolling stones the kinks and you know those and then a little later on the who then led zeppelin and those bands i mean they're the ones that made me want to get involved in the business in the first place yeah hey he mentioned surrender rick wrote that right he did so do i i mean probably a better question for rick but do you know why he chose to say kiss records in that versus any other band well i think it's because we had a relationship when we first came to new york city before we made any records we played max's kansas city and there was nobody in the audience but about a half a dozen people and gene simmons with sitting at the front row table all by himself and he had heard through the.
"zander" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"That's why i got so mad when people were saying this year about bon jovi had been passed over spout time it's about time for bon jovi jovian weight at all shape trick rush alice cooper kiss jovi what was that eight nine rush i mean oh my god what moody blues thirty years and bon jovi fans we're going on man it's about time it's like you gotta kill that narrative that long and i love the the argument is still going on because they call it the rock and roll hall of fame when you've got some other artists never played that style music in their lives that are inducted and and but that's okay with me but i mean i hear some the fans that's their biggest complaint i don't know why they didn't just call it the music hall of fame i mean what's what's wrong with that would have made more sense would think let's talk about what you're here to talk about which is the fact that we find robin zander now on broadway hey it's the broadway hall of fame for me baby you are part of this week you're doing i don't know what i myself into i love it though i was i feel honored that they asked me and i couldn't refuse it so i just said yes and now here i am and the these people on broadway are true professional people and they're giving and wonderful people you know they're they're there to back you up and help you out you know they step in to help you no matter what the problems are unlike you know cheap trick in iraq role business where they're there to step on you you know.
"zander" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Tuesday to podcast one shenanigans we've seen a shade from vander pump rules i'm very happy in vegas and i know i say i'm happy i'm happy i always say don't even believe me anymore but you're like you're like the girl who cried happy that avoid avoid cry christ to hear more shenanigans with shinhan shade subscribe exclusively on apple podcasts podcast one dot com and the new podcast one out don't forget to rate review and leave a five star rating this is the eddie trunk podcast welcome back to the eddie trunk podcast robin zander of cheap trick drop by my sirius xm volume show robin at the time was getting ready to perform in rock topa a show on broadway that he since did of course robin zander and cheap trick currently out on tour opening up for poison saw them recently at rockwell homa they sounded great as always robin always looks and sounds amazing so talented so great at what he is able to do still at this point in his career as is cheap trick top to bottom let's get to it right now robin zander of cheap trick interview number two on the trunk podcast good to see him i friend good to see you again to eddie did you make a deal with the devil is that how you doing that was a buddha khan right after the show we bonded you did yes and what would you have to give what did you have to give the devil to have a turnley eternal youth robin hey i i'm gonna find out when i die.
"zander" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Eddie trunk back with you on this week's eddie trunk podcast on my first interview coming up a little bit later robin zander of cheap trick but this first interview i really think you're going to enjoy dennis deyoung reached out about coming on my radio show to talk about sticks playing mr robotic suddenly in their set list and his desire to rejoin the band it's an engaging interview it's a funny interview i think you're gonna like it dentist e young formerly of sticks are first of two interviews on this week's eddie trunk podcast hey dennis how are you can i take a quick story before we get started of course date yesterday i get this email late from a friend of mine up in canada paul jessica used to run universal music up there and he said he sent me sit the dennis you've been instructed to report to a trunk in an alien brooklyn and i thought oh no i'm laid on the big on my gambling debts in the boys coming to break my legs but then i so ready and and i scream hallelujah sweet cheeses eddie trunk is finally going to talk to being began weeping openly and i jumped for joy and then she moved on a hit my head on the toilet seat denison rose welcome you're always welcome on this show man it's great to have you but could be had how are you okay where are you right now you're on the road or you home what are you doing i'm i'm off the road for a couple of days and they go back out on friday and saturday like a weekend warrior play like fifty sixty shows year mostly on the weekends because i don't wanna i don't wanna miss those those law and order marathons so what it is what it is you know it isn't i'm seventy one and i'm still the nba million that he's to if i and i'm piker if you know what they mean you're seventy one years old god bless you man i never thought i didn't think he would that all that all seventy one imagine my surprise.
"zander" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Down on the homepage of eddie trunk dot com be sure to follow on social media twitter instagram facebook at eddie trunk appreciate you doing so and it's the best way to keep up with everything i have going especially on twitter again at eddie trunk upcoming appearances july first i'm in hollywood florida at the seminal hardrock hosting poison and cheap trick thirteenth in tulsa at the ideal ballroom hosting doc in back there again on the twenty eighth of july where i will host a free show with beast oh blanco other stuff going on again keep an eye on the social media outlets for more and if you shop on amazon do it at amazon dot com slash shop slash eddie trunk dennis deyoung i followed by robin zander on this week's eddie trunk podcast coming up drunk by gassed hey so take a moment to think about your aunties i know it's a little bit weird but your i thought probably isn't there awesome which is why i want to tell you about me undies comfy awesome mondays that'll make you feeling good from the moment you put them on and when you feel good anything's possible me on these are made with a material sustainably sourced from beechwood trees there naturally soft fiber makes a fabric that won't sag down or ride up trust me once you put on a bear you'll get it with me on these you can get on these sent right to your door no more hunting around for the perfect parent a crowded store and eventually settling for something that's well let's just say good enough you definitely want to try them out you're going to love him so not sure we'll listen to this me on a deal for my listeners first time purchasers get twenty percent off their first pair of me on these and free shipping that's twenty percent off plus free shipping and a guarantee.
"zander" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"And play with the band at least one last time it's an interesting interview and it's funny dentist young as a pretty great sense of humor here i do not know him all that well maybe madame wants may be interviewed him one other time before but it was quite an enjoyable interview and you can take away from it what you will i will play it for you and you will hear it in a minute first of two interviews this week we're stack this week second interviews with robin zander of cheap trick cheap trick every least new single robin zander at the time that we did this interview was performing in a show on broadway that decide are also did called rock topa so we talk a little bit about that which is now since happened and also a little bit about cheap trick with a guy who is literally ageless both in his look and his ability to sing and that is robin zander in the second part of a big double dip interview on this week's eddie trunk podcast i dennis deyoung brand new inter view talking about his love of and desire to possibly rejoin sticks although i don't think the other side feels that way and also robin zander who has been an enduring fixture in cheap trick since day one and some fun with robin in the second part of our two part eddie trunk podcast this week remember we're getting close now you guys i have a brand new tv show it debuts july first on access tv it is called trunk fest me covering music festivals around the country the first episode is from sturgis eighties july first the big premiere and it airs each and every sunday night nine thirty eight thirty central on access tv spread the word check it out i think you're gonna love it trunk fest on access tv premiering july first nine thirty pm eastern time everything going on with me all my appearances everything.
"zander" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"Yeah so zan so zander's line in that saw his little cadences i've got a theory we show and he makes he makes the joke about so he just i've got a theory that could be witches some evil witches that's what he says yes yes so the question what are you talking about and then he says which is which is ridiculous because which is they did and wicca good women power and and woman power and i'll be over the line yeah so my favorite part about that entire song though i've got a theory it could be bunnies and then he's terrible and everyone just stops looks at her yeah and then and then on your built her little rock hard rock belting solo it's a stopper oh it's a stab wished earlier on i think in the fourth season that anya just like terribly afraid of bunnies and i think it happens i in the halloween episode where zander says dress up for halloween guests come as something scary and she shows up in a giant bunny costume and so then it's just like dropped in every once in a while that she's like really terrified of bunnies so i think that's supposed to be like a callback yet it's it's you do find out eventually and like laker i think in season seven it goes back to on ios like her previous life before she became a demon and i think you find out for some reason why she is afraid of bunnies but i can't i can't quite remember why but they do tell you.