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"kennison" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:36 min | 4 months ago

"kennison" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Or josh allen. But i feel that anton and i could throw the rest of the dallas cowboys on. There are are going to be a bust this week. I think the ravens are mad. They're at home. They got some bad calls. Steelers land on them. I think they're going to take it out on those guys. And you know how that offensive line struggling. And i think dalton doesn't have that one or two second pass released like Rothlisburger does so. I think andy dalton would be true bus now. I laugh because the bounty booker was the guy. I wrote down on tuesday when i was a guy i like. And it's not you know. Some of these guys aren't sleeper. There's there are no brainers. But i really like chris carson coming back with hide. Maybe not playing this week. And what is the dallas still banged up and and even tomer. Whatever he's i think chris carson this week might be a a great. You know top aide back in back on his feet and and helping the seattle. Close the door on the giants here during that game late in the second half so i would give you an opportunity to embrace a bust that will leave a legendary answer if you get right so you say the dallas cowboys. You bench ezekiel elliott. This week over. who's starting. nfl running back. Who's going to get say. Starting running backs are going to get fifteen catches or fifteen carries and a couple of cats squidgy inch ziegler. I'm gonna say absolutely. Not because i'm a guy that if i benched first round pick and he scored three touchdowns or if i lost to the fact that i thought i'm going to be the smartest coach when it comes to fence my best number one player against the ravens. I couldn't do it because those are the ones that are to sleep on. Because you're the one then who blew it for yourself and those are the those are the hard losses to take in fantasy or the ones that you tried to over coach yourself on so i would absolutely start zeki. Oh yeah and and again. I keep my expectations laura. I'm don a little bit because it is against the ravens and look at. You know the they're they they keep benny snell. Even you know he didn't have the best game he had hit. Okay game but no. Yeah i would absolutely say again you just how could you you know. Hold your super bowl go. I rested my best player on my team. That all right if you're answering legendary question that's gotta be the i used to because there is no other way to get yourself around that one because if you if you lost how would you say you know i thought you know i i. I thought maybe i'd throw in. You know yeah alexander madison. Once you put don't go freak out there. Yeah exactly the job. thanks guys. Chris kenniston the seventh place team and the f. Fcc main event joining us this week on the high stakes fantasy football hour kristie. I know you've had a lotta success in the f. fcc satellites as well as the football guys players championship. Congratulations seventh place in the regular season. heading into the championship round. The world is your oyster. Sky is your limit. Good luck the rest of the way certainly awesome to see and hopefully You know if you ended up taking on that hefner dollars..

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"kennison" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:14 min | 4 months ago

"kennison" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Are gonna work in a little more alexander madison than they have in previous weeks first of all. Thanks for the question jack. I ice sheet is game script. You know of course. Vikings in try to control the clock and run the ball. And if they get up a couple of touchdowns and jack and the jags kinda lag behind you know. I can see him getting arrested quite a bit. I could even see boone. Our third running back in. They're getting a few players. I i I know this is a must win for the viking. So if cook cook feels he needs to be out there he will be out there and coach leaving someone up to him to the fact that he is a little banged up so he probably will ask me a few times you know. Are you doing right everything. But i do feel that if the vikes do get up and and they're controlling that game and james robinson and you know the jags aren't going up and down the field and making it competitive that you could see a lot of madison in boone pepper in there at the end especially the second half. So you're going to rest cook absolutely. Not he's you're first round pick and he got you where he got you so i still would start them with communist but i expect.

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"kennison" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"kennison" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"You've got to make my toughest decision. I think would be is if i should put juju in there because my lineup goes josh allen Moster montgomery gibson adams hill feeling ebron co house-key and the Pittsburgh now i could put juju who i think can have a good game But who do. I take out. Do i take a running back like montgomery. Whose bland detroit. He's probably gonna have a good game. He's looks refreshed after a couple of weeks off of his concussion. Most looks like he's back in as the lead role. I think he's going to have a good game on monday night. gibson again. I just couldn't sit them where you're out of your head and I just feel that jews. A guy kind of tough to have on the bench. But that's a good problem to have. This point of the years is guys on the bench that you're scratching their head about that you might want on your roster that at least you got those options so baulky always says he can think long you think wrong in our guests said play your studs and juju schuster would be a stud but you. You've grown your own studs at the runningback positions replied thirty nine. I think you're doing a great job. And that's exactly. That's exactly how i would handle it. Bulky talked about the washington defense being better than most people thought. People were amazed when you tell washington redskins at the number one past defensively. Maybe it does have to with some of the guys that played some of the teams they played but You know on the schedule. They're the number one team. Best defensively so. I think you're making faces. Yeah yeah no for sure. I'm with you on that one No doubt i'm chris. We do have a couple of emails from you. And but i do before it gets zemo. I do wanna lead things off with a question from the chat room. Hudson current wants to know if both deebo samuel and brandon high. You are startled this week. always appreciate the input from From current in the chat room and It's interesting because this is the second half of the monday night doubleheader that we will see on On december seventh washington at at pittsburgh in the in the afternoon affair but then buffalo visit san francisco and that buffalo defense. We'll be facing Both and deebo samuel obviously would assume that you're davis white would probably be on samuel opening things up for you And after samuel performance last week we know nick bones loves them loves the target them so maybe he started well as well. What are your feelings on both. I you can sanyal this week chris. Oh again. I think in positions where they need to execute and be out there on the field and be used in that offense..

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"kennison" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:57 min | 4 months ago

"kennison" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Thanks to football guys. Draft sharks a world and romford. Tonight's fantasy flash. Let's get into the detroit. Lions here all double said. The andre swift would have a quote small package of plays end quote active this week this according to the detroit news today swift and not play in or did not practice today Today being friday and then did not practice on thursday as well now he is no longer in the concussion protocol which kept him out the previous two weeks however he's come down with this non cove related illness and it's going to be very difficult obviously for him to play even if he's active. I don't know how much he's action. He's going to get detroit. Steelers adrian peterson. They still have kerryon johnson feral. I only only a the andrea swift in one league. And it's pretty much out of my mind i. It's not a question. I am not playing in this week. Can you offer any positively about starting swift or are you staying away as well. No positively about starting swift adrian. Peterson will not go away. Two touchdowns on thanksgiving balking in you know. They're they're playing the bears. And if you look at what. The backers did ninety yards rushing for jones. Seventy three yards for williams Peterson owners. That are short. At running back shouldn't hesitate to put him in on I just you know. It's so bizarre because We have A situation in detroit where you know. Nobody talks about stafford hand or somber. Whatever it is and he played through it. But i don't know how healthy he is not golladay again. This week You you have a situation. Where under swift is probably not going to go. And then the feral your. You probably already saw this for lions released marvin today as well And quintez cephus not expected to play. I mean what are the weapons here for detroit this weekend. 'cause certainly not giving matthew stafford a lot of help next man. Football safest and hall shouldn't be that too hard or too difficult to replace..

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Knowing When You Need a Break

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

08:29 min | 1 year ago

Knowing When You Need a Break

"Joe so tell me a little about your story. I'm really interested in here in a little of what you do how you've done on it and when you realize something like you know and I know your your particular market is a huge Micronesia of what you do so maybe when did you realize that Micronesian Johnnie Shing was an essential component for success and maybe tie that into what your story is and how your story is put together yeah absolutely so I really took a traditional route and when you you have a nice guys podcast. I fit that perfectly. I'm an Eagle Scout. I did things right. I went to college and got a degree in psychology and comparative religion got degrees than in counseling and psychology followed kind of the traditional script of higher education and started working at nonprofits and residential facilities Lydia for angry kids kids that were kicked out of their houses around probation lip things on fire stole cars things like that and I loved that work as like grew I realized that I was headed towards burnout inside kept kind of leveling up within that traditional route supervisor positions and eventually landed at a community college college when I was there at that community college I launched a side private practice really just a pay off student loan debt making a little bit more per hour can renting from some other other counselors and thinking you know if I make a couple of thousand dollars a year working some nights and weekends then maybe Nobel at a little extra money to the bank but but as I was doing that I really realized that therapists in particular and helping professionals that have big hearts oftentimes are never taught anything about business and that was part of my story I had gone to Grad school all this time and money in learning how to be a good clinician but never learned how to build a website how to market myself and have the idea of if you're good at it people just come and it just wasn't true and so I started reading a couple business books just to learn some of the basics and realized that so many the people had already done this before but hadn't applied directly to private practice and so without really doing a lot of market research said to myself. I'm going to just start blogging about what I'm learning about about marketing and business and I started this website practice of the practice dot com with the advantages share and Colin with people and say hey does anybody know that there's actual full business people that have done really cool in amazing things and done ethically and made money and they didn't sell their soul to the devil and through that that gained Kennison popular because no one was doing it kind of on that level and then in two thousand thirteen launched a podcast and that time I actually did some market research to to find out where there were immense gaps in at that time there's only one podcast for counselors it was put out by the American Counseling Association and it had been dormant for six months so day one. I was number one podcast for counselors price nice and it's taken off since there I left that job at the college about five years ago I actually sold my counseling group practice last June so now exclusively doing consulting for people that own private practices and that's expanded beyond just counting now it's massage therapists chiropractors some dentists Jason and even a random online taekwondo course once in a while so what's interesting about it is and and and I appreciate you sharing a little bit of your your history what's interesting about it is one one of the areas that I keep seeing over and over and over again and a lot of the work that you that you focus on is something like this. The scheduling idea you know the idea of of helping with is that time management is that scheduling this is like a big issue for people that are in private practices managing their own time see. I would actually zoom out a little bit and hopefully if you have a job that you like or maybe even love you WanNa do it all the time and you're thinking about it. You go around in. You're listening to a podcast or it's the weekend and you're out on a date with your partner and you say oh my gosh. What if I did this in the business. Hopefully the kind of lives that were building is really exciting and so if that's the case that also means that you're probably not giving yourself enough of a break and you're the brain research and neuro science actually really supports this that we need a very clear breaks away from the work that we do so that we can speed up and be more effective in the time the rectory spending on the business and so for me. I could work on my business all the time because I just love. I love it. It's so exciting and I it's genuinely impacting people's lives but if I'm GonNa do that effectively. I have to set some very clear boundaries around my schedule and so a couple of summers years ago I didn't experiment where took Fridays off to see. If that would actually impact my schedule impact my bottom line and helped me. You know impact people differently by the end of it. I found that I made more money. I'd worked fewer hours. I got a lot more and so I kept going that experiment passed and I got that Fridays off going then the next summer's summers. This was two three summers ago. I decided I was GonNa try the same thing but for Mondays and so could I do a three day work week and so I did that and same sort of thing got more done and then in the last year I reigned in from working until five to work till three thirty as I drop off the girls at school. Start my day around nine. Am and I'm done by three thirty most days and and so by doing that. It's forced me to then set some boundaries around time but then there's always things that are left over that I could work on second either. Just let those go or can out source close to other people or find systems or technology that can get it done outside of my own time so that ends up helping me level up way way different than if I just kept working harder what's amazing about it and your timing could not be any more perfect with the recording of today's episode. I've now been out of my office for probably about the last two weeks two and a half weeks and as of the recording of this and I've been running probably seven days a week while I'm out of town meeting seven days a week focused on and focused on business and the issue is that when I'm back home in a in Los Angeles I'm East Coast for last couple of weeks. when I'm back home in Los Angeles Agilis I do the three day workweek also Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday keep my Monday and Friday schedules open. I take the weekends off for a really really decompressing and those those days that I take off. Mondays and Fridays have been the most productive days for me personally and also have discovered as you are saying so. I guess I'm providing evidence to what you're saying is true not even realizing we're. GonNa talk about this today in the last two weeks two and a half weeks. I've I felt bad. I've I've eaten worse. I've not I don't feel like I've accomplished as much as I can and I'm like I feel like I'm on that hamster on the wheel going backwards. I haven't even seen outside in the last has two weeks. It feels like I get in my car and I might go get gas for the car. I might run errands of the bank. Come back and start doing work again. This is is killing me and I keep saying to my girlfriend Jay back in Los Angeles. I'm like I cannot wait to get home so I can pick up my three day workweek again. So how fitting it is to have you on the show today at but I got a bigger question though and I am sorry I didn't mean to you know go around it to make this point. But why is that so what is the neuroscience behind behind that because what you're saying is one hundred percent accurate and this is where you've kind of focused a lot of your career yes so the neuroscience is really clear on this one study that really stands out to me is a University of Illinois study and what they did is they college students and they brought them into a computer lab like a solo room and they give them a super boring task so they said here's your four digit number so it was seven one four eight and whenever that number comes up on the screen over the next hour hit the space based bar and there's going to be all these other four digit numbers that come out so very very boring task and so what usually would happen is what's called vigilance detriment vigilance how well we pay attention to something detriment meaning breaking down over talent overtime and so what they saw at the beginning of this study they would be noticing there for digit number and over time they would would miss it and miss it and miss it more and so people couldn't pay attention for that full length of time now. They did a control group that was a control group the other group but they did is at the one third good mark. They interrupted their time and they said hold on. We put you on the wrong computer. Can you just go have a seat in the lobby for a minute. It's just GONNA take us to get the setups. They had a one minute break. They didn't have any access to cell phones. There is magazines but it just got up mood for a minute and then went back and sat down. They found that there was no vigilant detriment with that group. They did the same thing at the two-thirds March march they to one minute breaks in that hour period of time.

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"kennison" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Coach in the head kennison fan to those guys. Guay because that's now that's that. That's when you know, that's those are those guys are willing to go to jail for the night for they take you know, that's a real real fan. Right there. So. Great. I mean when they said you were going to do that. Well, let's call super cool. We're we'll do a night out there with the with the team. And hopefully takes them some fine listeners with us because it is a beautiful night. Especially now, the weather's getting warmer. This week's going to be really nice, and they're here. They're gone this weekend, or they're they're here. Just now they're back not for another ten days or something. They are at Detroit tomorrow. I think it's just a quick. I thought it was four days at Detroit. And then somewhere else. Don't everybody rushed to the? I newspaper schedule right over here. I'm just like. It's a little too far. Yeah. I mean, why would you get up? Here we go. I've I've come across scatter their Detroit for four then Baltimore back home. Okay. So they're on the road for the next seven. I will be there for the may fourth game. Boy. Metaphor with you. You also oh God. Oh, gosh. She really isn't shake. They said she's a she is a Star Wars. Geek, a geek of almost everything except for not Star Trek. I guess you have to be one or the other and I went star. Yeah. That's true. I'm Star Wars to that's not Star Trek at all. Why do you have one or the other? No, it's true though, bears Packers because a rental read between the two that just seems to work that way. That's just the way it is. I don't know if there's like a hatred for each other. I think there's a mutual respect. Actually, I've never seen usually exclusive. I think the people who enjoy those things are emotionally incapable of patriots. That's not a bad thing. Right. Also motion capable of love their emotional cable on. But they, but but it's whatever it's good. Okay. Every everybody's cool. All right. So. Are the socks here? No, no. Yes. No. In boston. Saturday of the are. Oh my God. I wasn't kidding. I will be there in is it like ours to yes may the fourth and what are you gonna be dressing as I haven't thought that far yet. Dresses, anything. Oh, yeah. Bring my stormtrooper mask. That's a little easier Darth maul or something. Took me an hour to paint my face. And then as you like drink stuff throughout the night your mouth starts to fade. And then you look a little drunk mall. Stumbling around. You're doing a mall minstrel show. The best thing I did was I had my lightsaber, and I was going. I'm noxious Lee around a bar putting it down on stools and be like this light saved. I'm light saving the seat. Oh. Yeah. A lot of people do not. Oh my God. You are big bang theory. Aren't you? No, I'm not actually smart. That is my God. All right. So so that's that's that. I had to March for may fourth. I think derby day right different for you. You get excited for other reasons. Right. Put on my Big Hat. We've seen your hat oil painting of it in your office. And I go to go to the go to the track, and I walk them around. And wait for something important to happen than lose everything. I've got my pocket I show up at the valet parking. And I go, hey, I want to catch your next time. Because I I don't have any cash on me anymore. Yeah. No. That does that. That's that's the thing. It's going to be a good one this year. They all they're all good. As far as I'm concerned, but there's really interesting horses in that we'll talk we'll talk to swallow me actually run majors will join us to give these pick coming up on that. Ron matrix going to be a lot of fun. We're getting here's what we're going to do. We're going to beat rejoining the radio broadcast here in about a minute. And when we do that, we are professional. Yeah. Don't say anything that you've said in the last hour and forty five minutes on the web show really sort of behaved ourselves during the TV show. But now, I can't say rub and tug you can't. No. Say no on that. That was my boat for many years. It was actually a tugboat. The there is we're gonna do the top five. Great. And then this is kind of interesting. I kind of is very interesting. This is national public safety telecommunications week. I know you're thinking of what does that mean? That means I'm one operators. And emergency dispatch folks, and we have one in Chicago who I've gotten over the years, if I work with the police memorial foundation, who is an absolute hoot and the stories from inside the nine one one center, I think you're gonna wanna stay tuned for this. And the news ruse with under darla says we celebrate Andrea who is staying with WGN to do the reporters she and once a week or thereabouts. And but she is leaving the rest of her duties in the newsroom and other places a little bit of a celebration darlas risen to six clock hours. Well, so it's a very action packed our in fifteen minutes left of this radio program. Yeah. That'll be nice to talk to Andrea about new opportunity, and she's been here so long. It's cool that she's she's staying around to do her reporter show because that's an awesome show. I mean, no, one says note Andrea she gets every all she gets everybody. Everybody. Town says like they you know, they respect her. They come on. That is true. I have absolutely the people from all the print people broadcast people everybody shows up for that. It's a fun show. 'cause it's kind of like the stories behind the stories reporters report something every night. But then there's the story about how you got it. And how you got where you are our craft. Good. What is wrong with you? I want you to grow up. You have two minutes. I got it now because I know her showing that gig out. Right. You're Scillies preschool be right. This is Easter.

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Inside the most pro-Brexit city in the U.K.

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:29 min | 2 years ago

Inside the most pro-Brexit city in the U.K.

"Has been a thousand and seven days since the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union thousand seven days of political paralysis and economic who knows what we're going to stipulate right upfront here that the politics of Brexit, the politics of the United Kingdom and the European Union are not our story. So you are not gonna find him on this program this week, but those political decisions have real. Meaning when the economy is on the line, which is how this past Saturday morning. We found ourselves up in Boston England. The most pro Brexit city in this country, three hours by train from London give or take walking around talking to people, including our friend Hamish. So you're what do you do for a living? Tell me Thomas stonemason stone house business you I mean, you're working on building. Now, come on thing here. Busy. But was it c. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Busy. So why did you want to remain? A thank you for the economy. If you not bothered by the politics economy, we don't make any more in Britain. We used to in the sixties. I think it'd be better for everybody in general keep things stable held are you on twenty three? You're young guy. Yeah. What about all your buds on your mates that you drink beer with on a Friday afternoon? What do they say? They're they're they're all that. Are they all Brexit tears? Yeah. How come? You have to ask them. Well, I tried. They're just yelling at me too. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What sue? But. But break Brexit is going to happen, right? Eventually it will have to. And then what's it going to be like in here? Nope. Nope. The dust. Nobody knows today. So. Could be good could be bad. But it's going to happen. There's no stopping it. Now are you from Boston originally? Were you came here from work? Yeah. How long ago? While being on business this job six months as so if I come back in a year, he and Brexit has happened. What do you think it's going to be like? Here. I don't think it will change very much in Boston. But I think in London Manchester Liverpool arts, you think things will of slowed down more than the already have done due to a steroid things. That's the other part of this, right? As government austerity. I'm just gonna wait for these bars. So what do you think when you when you walk around, and you see all these shops? What do you think? Thought everything kennison love it because it's been in Lincolnshire. Remember? Yeah. Yeah. But it's based do to it being. Well, just just as cheap to go on holiday to Spain to as to have a holiday in England these days, so for now, Brexit Brexit hands right in Spanish. Yeah. I'm what are your options? Right. I mean, you're are you an apprentice, you're you're trained or your Johnny on fought fully qualified stonemason your mobile, you could pick up your chisel as it were and go anywhere. Yeah. Could they could say if it got to that stage could go anywhere in the world. No, he's doing well. He's doing well. And look what what what whatever it is. I'll make it up. All right. Yeah. What? Oh, man. What's that permitted? We got five minutes. Go.

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"kennison" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"Oh, that's just a typical white male. We expect women to just bow down to them, and do whatever they expect, and blah, blah, blah. And which is already a stupid statement. I mean what we expecting? But then what's your name, Candace Owens kennison's doubled down that you'd give her twenty K, but for her favorite cherry her campaign to debate her and threw it down like, so why won't you debate me? I'm not a white male. What's I think she's just a coward and Sally if she doesn't have a campaign, that's old news? Well, she. To run again. And she's going to have to do. Yeah. That's september. Okay. And the throw on top of that a T celebrating her victory against Amazon chasing them out of building their headquarters to in Long Island city, she provide twenty five thousand jobs at one hundred and fifty grand apiece. She should she should celebrate. Why why because she chased him out of the people who elected her. So she did what they elected her to seventy percent of the people in recent polls people in New York said they wanted Amazon there now. But when they elected they thought they got the right person. You did you got the right person? Enjoy New York enjoy this is people who are going to work there twenty five thousand jobs and average of a hundred and fifty thousand a year 'cause you know who else was up for that. But also all the people who built that construction. I mean, we're talking thousands and thousands of jobs, you know, the other place it's up for that. Right or what north Virginia. Yeah. Amp the wrote. Yeah. Yeah. That's where they're going Amazon said, okay, Virginia. Yeah. Thanks. Yeah. Like, I said, thanks. But wondering I love is you get what you liked it. And that you got what you want sooner or later got the they wanted though, it is it's not seventy percent says that decision exactly is what they wanted. A smidgen of majority wanted. That's how those true majority keeps going that way. She's what they got. It's not solely her fault. She just proud of it. No, she it was her fight. She took his whole thing is is you want this to happen because that's how people like that. Don't wanna get elected. But she's still Sally for doing that to her constituents. This about the debate thing. Like, I said, I'm no fan of AO see, but I don't want my politicians debating pundits. Even if they're a oh, see why should she have to debate kennison's? Ben Shapiro politicians debate other politician have to but the point is she can't she's. She's. She lets he ran on. No, she can't. But i'm. Debated another politician another politicians gonna try to be political maintain their composure and not a lot of people that make Trump. We'll make Trump look stupid because that's what they're realm is like guys like rush. I don't know. I don't know what the left side Russia's, but you know, guys like that are that's what they're good at. There isn't any. You know what I mean a stand on loan from bitch. There's a I in something, but those are people that are they do this all the time. So the good at it. And that's between debating politically. Two years ago. She just is smart and started saying controversial do. Two. Still normal person. She just got an amazing job. No, she's a Rijkaard. Which is a normal. Remember, I may have to eat my words because I don't know if you guys remember while back. I was like dude, I I'm glad she got to keep talking because he, but she's got a follow it almost like they're Trump following because there's a part of the Trump fallen that. No matter what he says, they'll never don't ever knew countering. She's got a following the same thing that there's a huge population. Nationally that believes everything she says his one hundred percent on board. Because if I didn't think. No. I think it's bigger you think, bro. I don't think it's as. I think she's amplified. I think she's given megaphone. But I think dude again, we go back those. Even dog Democrats may thinks he's retarded. Well, I mean, you could say the same thing about say people are coming..

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"kennison" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"To say thank you to your twice a week service. You give a sense of home to so many people and cats, by the way, our little boys named Julius because you guessed it. He's orange with much respect and appreciation Bryant. Glad to help out. Yeah. See like, you people who fast forward through this. You're missing the spiritual value of of my rambling. Intros you're missing it. You're missing the spiritual value. There was another one subject line to kill the loneliness. Hey, mark. My name is Brooks. I may twenty year old in June. My first love broke, my heart where where I lost fifteen pounds during the heartbreak, I found your show marinate helped me made me laugh and feel better. I also work at a grocery where times after work in a one man kiosk gas station where I have to stand alone. Wait for people to come to the window. WPF helps kill the loneliness. And the interviews fill the white wall. Kiosk? Thank you for the laughter during my first real heartbreak, happy new year Brooks. I'm a loneliness killer. Man that is a service are going to put that on my business card. Marc Maron loneliness killer WT f loneliness killer dig it. Yes. I'm watching shit. Somehow or another. There's some weird old Sam kennison set on Netflix disasters in Las Vegas. Year or so before he died, and that kind of got me watching the original HBO special, which I seen in years. Now, this is a guy if some you know, my story, and this has been sitting with me for a while. Because I I did a interview for a documentary about the comedy store that Mike binder is directing and he asked me to talk about my experience. There are no out of it had to do with that guy, and my sort of my my position has always been that he doesn't really get the respected each should as one of the great comics and Mike was like, I don't know if he was at great. And I'm like, but you know, he he had this momentum yet this this pace intensity. He really owned the stage like nobody had ever seen before he had this fury in this. So I force this kind of kind of like, you know, the air changed when the guy went on. I've never seen anybody really do that. And Mike was like, yeah. But I don't know. I think it was the time. I think if you really look at that material, you might just be those bits. I mean anyone could have good bit. So I just don't think he was great. And I you know, it just stuck with me. And this a couple of months ago that we have this conversation. I watched the HBO special half of it. And I watched the old Vegas thing. And I was like God damn it. He wasn't. He was not a right minded, dude. Man. He was not. Not a righteous cat. And I don't know how I got so sucked into that looking back on could have been the coke. It could have been the just the the excitement of the time the late eighties or just the sheer brute force of that guy's personality in that guy's charisma suck to me in the brute force of charisma charisma with a punch..

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"kennison" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"To say thank you to your twice a week service. You give a sense of home to so many people and cats, by the way, our little boys named Julius because you guessed it. He's orange with much respect and appreciation Bryant. Glad to help out. Yeah. See like, you people who fast forward through this. You're missing the spiritual value of of my rambling. Intros you're missing it. You're missing the spiritual value. There was another one subject line to kill the loneliness. Hey, mark. My name is Brooks. I may twenty year old in June. My first love broke, my heart where where I lost fifteen pounds during the heartbreak, I found your show marinate helped me made me laugh and feel better. I also work at a grocery where times after work in a one man kiosk gas station where I have to stand alone. Wait for people to come to the window. WPF helps kill the loneliness. And the interviews fill the white wall. Kiosk? Thank you for the laughter during my first real heartbreak, happy new year Brooks. I'm a loneliness killer. Man that is a service are going to put that on my business card. Marc Maron loneliness killer WT f loneliness killer dig it. Yes. I'm watching shit. Somehow or another. There's some weird old Sam kennison set on Netflix disasters in Las Vegas. Year or so before he died, and that kind of got me watching the original HBO special, which I seen in years. Now, this is a guy if some you know, my story, and this has been sitting with me for a while. Because I I did a interview for a documentary about the comedy store that Mike binder is directing and he asked me to talk about my experience. There are no out of it had to do with that guy, and my sort of my my position has always been that he doesn't really get the respected each should as one of the great comics and Mike was like, I don't know if he was at great. And I'm like, but you know, he he had this momentum yet this this pace intensity. He really owned the stage like nobody had ever seen before he had this fury in this. So I force this kind of kind of like, you know, the air changed when the guy went on. I've never seen anybody really do that. And Mike was like, yeah. But I don't know. I think it was the time. I think if you really look at that material, you might just be those bits. I mean anyone could have good bit. So I just don't think he was great. And I you know, it just stuck with me. And this a couple of months ago that we have this conversation. I watched the HBO special half of it. And I watched the old Vegas thing. And I was like God damn it. He wasn't. He was not a right minded, dude. Man. He was not. Not a righteous cat. And I don't know how I got so sucked into that looking back on could have been the coke. It could have been the just the the excitement of the time the late eighties or just the sheer brute force of that guy's personality in that guy's charisma suck to me in the brute force of charisma charisma with a punch..

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"kennison" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Sam kennison reincarnated why the judge out he turned around and took a big dip out of the bowl. Which by the way, you did fantastic on the video. We did recreating that scene. Very nice. You can see that on our Facebook page. All right since we're on the subject of lawyers here. Let's talk a little bit about Curtis hill. So there was a story in the Indy star today that attorney general Curtis hill is going to be fighting these groping claims and allegations with public money. Okay. So the documents show that hills office has been working for more than a month to draft a state contract with the law office of Kevin Betts, Kevin Betts was one of the big donors to Curtis hills campaign and now Curtis hill is using public money and paying Kevin Betts five hundred and fifty bucks an hour to fight these groping charges that came out about a year ago against him. Okay. So here's where it's coming down to the reason why he's using public money is because this lawsuit. These claims are going against the office and the individual it's going against the office of the attorney general and Curtis hill named as an individual. And because the office is named he's allowed to dip into public money and use it still a pretty shady, look if you ask me because this was a story that most people had kind of forgotten about honestly with the way the cavenaugh situation played out. This was a situation where it sounded. Like, he said, she said nobody really had definitive proof or evidence. There wasn't a smoking gun that went on. Honestly, I think a lot of people were in the corner of Curtis hill here. But now he's trying to be cute and use public money to pay off all these legal fees, and by the way, the legal fees are his buddy that gave him big campaign contra. Not that good of a Buddy's still charge it up five hundred fifty five hundred fifty dollars an hour scratch. My back if the claim in their filing the women are filing your claim a discrimination against the state. So I if they are finally gets to stay I don't think I mean, the state's gonna have to use its money tax money to defend itself. It's it's not illegal. It's as we say all the time bad optics. And when you're in politics optics are important, especially when this was a case where most people had forgotten or even gotten in your corner. Now, you're going to use our money to fight this. No, use your own money. That's ridiculous. As a matter of fact, it's so shady that one of Curtis hills top deputies was the former Marion county prosecutor, Scott Neuman, he was fired for not signing off on this contract with the law office of Kevin Betts, Scott Neuman, saying, you know, what this this kind of looks like it's pretty shady. I don't think you're gonna get a lot of public support. If the public finds out you're using their money to pay off these groping allegations. They can't Scott Newman for it. They ran them out. Even he knew this thing didn't smell, right. So you know, what courtesy will any sort of support you had from the public people who thought okay, I maybe these women. Are just out to get him. I don't know you're losing a lot of that. Because you're being greedy, you're being greedy. You know, damn, well, this is a bad look using the public's money and using technicality to use it the bad luck. But when they're suet. But when they're suing the state, though, I don't see how you could get around. It. I understand what you're saying the optics look bad. But when when the victim the word victims the complaints are suing the state and the individual and be like if somebody was suing me here at MS MS and the hammer Nigel show for saying something bad on the radio. They wouldn't we wouldn't have the funds to provide our defense because they were suing MS and the hammer Nigel show MS would probably have to put up that that money, right? But it would look bad though, if MS hired let's say, your brother was an attorney your brother and paid him all that money. My beef is with who's getting the money here. You know, it's you can't just give your friend this gig out of the public money. It's such a bad. Look, it's such a shady weasel thing to do real quick. I wanted to get to these these did you see the pictures to California, firefighter, guys took and posted on social media these morons these construction company employees they were assigned to clean up. Some of the fires in California. They've been fired. Even going so far they might be facing criminal investigations after they allegedly posts social media. There's a series of offensive photos showing themselves, you know, jumping in burnt-out trampolines and hanging out and burnt down houses, and there were just really kind of tasteless gross. So would like if that were my house and burnt down. All of a sudden, I see pictures of firefighters joking around and and posted pictures of dead cats and stuff like that. I'd be I'd be furious as well. Yeah. That's that's ridiculous. That's awful. They should be. I don't know if there's a jailable offense here for that. The only thing I can see that might be a legal issue was this is pretty gross. They took a photo of a cat that did not make it. And clearly it burned up, and they were using it as a prop almost they put like a beer bottle up to its mouth with a wacky caption. And they put it on Facebook. I don't know if that's some sort of violation of the law in California. But yeah, the criminal charges there's a bit St. there's a thing called. I mean, look that's a grim job. Those people are tasked with I get paid for it. But cleaning up after the fire and the devastation. They call it gallows humor, you know, grim humor in an awful situation. But I guess that's fine. But just don't do it on social. All media where people can see it coming up next Pacers in town tonight trying to make it eight wins in a row, we'll talk some Pacers. And who do you think is the most hated franchise in the NFL? There's actually numbers to back this up. Now, we've got some data toback it up. We'll tell you who it is next. Hey, join me. Chad Benson tonight. Corey Lewandowski joins us. We're going to talk to him about Trump as we head into the new year. Could he.

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"kennison" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on Q95

"Dog hates. Is that some kind of biological anomaly? Right, right. Is there something? Is something wrong with the doors. Got it. You're this does sound like Sam kennison, maybe go where the food is. That's a dog. Yeah. Hey, if you see me in my front yard when you drive by. And how would you kill me? Kill me, kill me. Sam kennison. This is. Talk. Here's the talking whale. All this. I can't take this thing here. It's makes me. I'm sorry. No way. That's a low in any of the in the last one, let's face it. It sounds like a shirt all the last one sounds like a really wet diarrhea like explosion. And there's nothing. I heard that. I thought that was the whale. When the lady said how this is the lead trying to get the whale to talk again. Thank you. So I guess because there's the the the two beats the right? Think it's close. Oh. See that one. Yeah. That's scary. That's that's where the whales swims up to you and says the next thing, you know, you gotta harpoon your landlady in New York City you've been Mr. Chan landlady that old lady. Yes. I did also one hundred and eighteenth. Here we go here here. Here we go. Yeah. That one. Here's.

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"kennison" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Whatever they discover to the committee because. To this is a background check at the request of. The Senate Judiciary committee. That's right class. That's who it is. That's the information. So issue put refuses to provide the evidence. Okay. Then by Felicia were moving on. We're gonna hold of haute. That's how this works. You can't say, well, I demand that you consider this evidence as a way to corroborate my clay, but I'm not gonna show you this evidence. Okay. Bye. That's not how this works. None of this works. This way. There is a process. But it's not a criminal trial. Yes. Thank you so much for reminding me that you love you. That's why we're holding the vote. And by the way. While perhaps it wasn't her lawyers. Go this tactic makes her look like she wasn't entirely forthcoming during the hearing. I mean, let's let's examine what information did. She not disclose during the hearing. Because that was and I'm sorry. I'm having a Sam kennison moment guys. That was the. Was the whole purpose? The whole purpose of having a hearing. You don't go, wait a minute. There's some things that I purposely what L from the hearing. That's not. This works. No, it doesn't work that way. At all. If you had to pick between a not how this works, and b doesn't work this way. Actually, both would be right. So this it was it was pretty amazing to me to see that end. Of course, that's not gonna that's not gonna work, by the way, one of my super super smarty pants lawyer friends who is a litigator. He says look. And what he he says the failure to turn over relevant information actually in a courtroom leads to dismissal. So they better be damned. Glad that. This isn't a trial. Ooh. Ooh. That's my little lawyer friend who lives in California. So just saying just saying it is an unsown now. And I'm also super I am obsessed with.

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"kennison" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"Yeah no win because sam kennison in the eighties beat up argus in the parking lot because he was roughing up mitzi they're both on coke and so she was like only men can work the door which meant i didn't work everywhere else in the glass and then her husband cheated on her with the blond waitress who did comedy you couldn't be blonde and feel waitress into comedy yeah so i had no other option except to run rooms but when i respected about you is that i saw you there every time i was there acura waiting in the work and i never saw that with a lot of other women and i really i mean i've seen her stand up the veloping so much more just from we make you wanna do more sets you know you go really good you're really really honest and i think that i mean that's what comedy is yeah and i didn't like i always did all rooms and i always was like i do comedy but i i never fully jumped in because i always got acting work and but i never fully went out so i was like all right either you got to do it or give it up and that's when i started putting in the work in the kombi source been so amazing they're good i take off for five days and in that four or five days i'm like mush just stopped doing this i gotta go to bed early i should get up and do yoga and then i go back and you know it's interesting.

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"kennison" Discussed on Blamestorming

Blamestorming

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on Blamestorming

"Rush limbaugh was pro rehabilitation instead of prison for drug uses because so when you're on the right it's like empathy comes when you have have her sauce when close to home the other thing that i came across when i was doing my in celery search is a term that they call reverse rape and that is kind of to what he was saying where a person won't have sex with someone because of the way they look so a like if a guy won't have sex with the fat shake it's reverse rate because he won't have sex with her just because he finds her unattractive or if someone doesn't have sex with a trans person it's considered reverse rate because they won't have sex with them because they're trance it sounds like that's written by someone who just wants to mock actual rape victims like it's almost feel like the most of that sounds like all of that something that people will repeat because they believe it but the person who i came up with it was like this'll this goddamn line women who were always getting mad about like it just seems like this resentment because this is rape to yeah this is great sam kennison rape is a double reverse rate yes your banks so what what wouldn't be considered a what do you call it negative negative rape whatever you reverse rape if it's not being unattractive to somebody what wouldn't be if you don't have sex is there a scenario where you don't wanna have sex with somebody and it's not reverse rate what is he won it's called a headache is it that or is it your family is the only thing like hey we can't do it where related well.

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"kennison" Discussed on Podcast Borracho

Podcast Borracho

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on Podcast Borracho

"Flipper monochromatic, c, c community where they can start clubbing. Who do not formally that monopoly precursory here see who's who's tres has on a lament costano thirty common who do Nola came from this. Get into refugee Marla allow. Uh-huh. Miguel observed them and was glad. Okay, dude, we fatal kennison. Evan has our that given the has more. Mikhailovich. Beat up TC final Dennis, Colorado on mosquito motel, bland, cook, and final Blanco's Brazil. Legance yes, you're Brazil burrito. Yes, another from one Perkin Nadia. How one in this. I, he'll step. Is the yellow, Jessica. Set up there into their parallel reluctant poco KOMO team is one that ROY Star Wars push for your team is must call north as musk court. I started nothing. Professionalism as LA forma was hit the professionalise move. So you to compare t. she gets her hip. Look, it does. He throws LA LA LA, Florida's for love. Oh boy. KOMO political what you. Faces? No, no..

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"kennison" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Genius statements of the ever ever and you know it's just a sad when he when he left us well this man steve lamar got to spend obviously a week that felt like a year with sam kennison steve joining us the blaze radio network right now hello steve how are you fisher i'm great how are you fantastic and jeff's fine i like the mr i do like that i do appreciate it but you don't have to i'm not going to give that's my upbringing i know well fascinating the book is such a such a quick read it's so fascinating and you don't even get to sam kennison for thirty or forty pages in and yeah you're still fascinated so what gave me the idea to finally wanna write this down and do something with your with your sam kennison world well one i'm getting a little older i should write it down before i forget all of you know but you know it's something that i've been meaning to do for a while my wife had been prada me you know i've told the story doesn't at times and everybody just loved it and she kept saying you gotta you gotta write that down you gotta write it down i think you got something that people would like to see and and so finally did it you know over the over last year and just in my spare time just kinda just kinda hammered it out and self published it on amazon and and you know and it was great it was a lot of fun to do.

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"kennison" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"And he got a call one day and he goes i gotta go down there and do a fucking audition this is when the comedy store the comedy store kennison was still alive you know everybody's having a good time yeah and he said that he went into his audition like into at that time to a guy like me in that position when i heard the story i thought it was just insane he said he goes i was doing good as a comic he goes i knew the role was for may so i wanna nanhai fucked them i what do you mean you fucked it was i read everything backwards i goes away second you went to read for michael man for a fucking tv show and you read everything backwards and he goes yeah but in between the words i would do the character and talk like the character they were looking for so it didn't really fucking matter that's changing type shed okay that that was genius so what he was doing was he told the first off when you go into an audition you're in your weakest point as a human being you're bad to get judged you're going up in front of fucking judas whoever the sentence jesus judge you get judged on your acting what you look like if you're right for the role god knows so many things on so many different levels and you feel it when you walk in.

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"kennison" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"kennison" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Were this is dr randall kennison with genesis human resources rebel if you would tell us about your company i have about thirty years of working in the mediation area and so i bring all those skills and knowledge into helping create the drama free workplace i work in training management how to manage better how to deal with conflict so we do training with management and we work with corporate culture in and we work even down at the employees level is growing concern for having the harmony of the workplace for the major reason people enjoy work is not about the money it's about the satisfaction they get a work it's typically the environment they work in and feeling like there there's a purpose to their work and a sense that they're on a team and win employers understand that create the kind of environment with the actually get his greater productivity out of their ployees which then translates usually to stronger bottomline don't all human resource department within the company do that or what such part may be from other sources that are out there typically their own hr department is not going to do training of their own management that seen as a peer to peer kind of thing said they would need to bring in people to do training and oftentimes companies will come in and do one day training or other things we bring in a systematic way in which we work with the management and we have actual coaching plans for each manager as well as things will do culprit wide with training in management as well as with the whole corporation is for certain certain elements of training and what's the best way people learn more or have a contract with genesis human resources go to our website genesis human resources dot com listeners if you'd like more information about genesis human resources and contract with dr rebel kennison i invite you to call them at five three three five six.

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