35 Burst results for "ryan gonna"
Astros lose combo no-hit try in 8th; Rangers' skid hits 11
"Fromberg Valdez in the Astros bullpen carried a no hitter into the eighth inning of a four one verdict over the Rangers Valdez worked the first six innings walking sticks and throwing ninety nine pitches before giving way to the pen I was there kind of philosophy hit a leadoff single against reliever Ryan Stanek in the eighth allowing the Rangers to avoid their third no hit loss of the season your don Alvarez homered and drove into was the ale west leaders tell Texas its eleventh consecutive loss Carlos Correa added to release in the Astros sixtieth win I'm Dave Ferrie
Florida Governor Gets Called Out Over His Handling of Coronavirus
"Of Florida doctors is calling out governor to Santa's for his response. The pandemic. Doctors accused the governor of taking a victory lap after nearly 40,000 Floridians died from the virus. They say they want to plan to address this latest surge in Covid cases, and the governor addressed that today. If anyone is calling for lockdowns, you're not getting that done in Florida. I'm going to protect people's livelihoods. I'm going to protect kids right to go to school. I'm going to protect people's right to run their small businesses says people need to make decisions on what's best for them. While pointing out that three vaccines have been available for months,
LaMarre’s Pinch-Hit Single Lifts Yanks Over Phils 6–5 in 10
"The Yankees coughed up a five two lead before beating the Phillies six five on Ryan Lamar's game ending single in the tenth inning guys in our roles it naked to come up and are you are you look for the chance to contribute you know and and if it happens to be a big moment then you know what happens to be a big moment but we're just trying to put the work in and and just you know keep keep plugging along and and just trying to contribute anyway we can Lamar's clutch it gave the Yankees their fourth straight win at nineteen twelve games heading into a four game set with Boston the Phils tied it with a three run eighth with help from an error for walks and a wild pitch that knotted the score Brooks Christy worked a scoreless tenth to get the win Rangers Flores was a loser Jean Segura hit a leadoff Homer and Bryce Harper had an RBI double for the Phillies I'm Dave Ferrie
Ryan House, Jim Banks And Gregis discussed on AP News Radio
"House Republicans are threatening to boycott a committee investigating the capital Ryan house speaker Nancy Pelosi is rejecting two of the five Republicans minority leader Kevin McCarthy named to the panel trump allies Jim banks landed Jim Jordan so gregis piece of power close is broken this institution McCarthy says unless she sees all five Republicans will not take part and instead will do their own probe pelo see cited the investigation's integrity and rejecting banks and Jordan who both voted to overturn Joe Biden's presidential way in the hours after the January sixth insurrection Sager mag
Roush Fenway Racing Addresses Ryan Newman’s Future
"Driver Ryan Newman with fellow driver Brad Keselowski slated to take his seat at Roush Fenway Racing. It's not clear if Newman will have a ride for next year. I think it's just fair to say that we really respect Ryan and you know, appreciate the relationship with him and want to help him do whatever he wants to do next. He deserves that President Steve Newmark. He says that the team is open to having Newman back on a part time basis next season. The Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony set for Friday. We now
Ryan Laplante, WSOP Bracelet Winner, on His Poker Super Power
"Would you say is your poker superpower. I'm really good at remembering how people play. That's like one of my the best aspects of of my actual playing game I just have a really good feels to someone's general approach and style and i'm really able to get into their mind and just put them like the Agronomy level of putting people on exact hands. I'm very very good at doing. And i'm always really willing to trust those rates. Like if i just think someone's never bluffing this bought and don't be valley just full always no matter what it is not even a really a consideration and that being said on the opposite side of that if i think someone has a somewhat we capped range or if i think they're capable of making very big folds. I will trust at always just always. I'm just always willing to follow through on spots like that since One of the me. One of my favorite hand. I've ever played Was a day. Two of the ten k pilo. Wpa champ and I registered started the day. I made the final table the day before. So i can register to last second so happened last minute Set with like thirty five. Forty big blinds and like third orbit playing seven handed and Hashem opens utd demand appeal like king. Cain jack devin or something. Like that in cutoff blindfold. Flop is nine nine nine five. He c- bets a third pot. I call turns a queen adding a backdoor flush draw which. I don't have He barrels like half pod. I call rivers in ace any triple barrels forty percent pot and when he barrels i decide to go all in and the reason why is because i thought that he would assume i would only ever have aces and watts and nothing else that i have now. Full house quads and no other hand ever because my jam was for. Let's say his bat was for like forty. K into one hundred k. By jam was for like fifty k. More so as for like ninety k total so it was he was getting like absurd odds who he would have been getting like five to one on a call and i just ran a pure bluff for him and the reason why i did was can stop for one of your side cards nine. No no so you just had had barricades. Yep bear kings no blockers no anything all right and the reason why i was willing to follow through on it is while i hadn't played much with them there. I've played with him in the past. I played with him in home in the past in the past and other mexicans in the past and i always thought that he was the jubilee. A really good hand reader that he's you know capable. Maybe that is not necessarily kept up to date with the pure theory of stuff but that he has a very consistent game is good at putting people on hands and proper ranges and in that spot. I assumed that he would correctly. Read that i would either only ever have pocket aces or quads for value. I would never have a worse winter. Value and i and i hoped that he would also assume that. I was never capable bluffing there. Because they're like what types of hands would you even like realistically turned into a block and he tamed for four ever and then showed me pocket aces for the nut full house
Telling Your Authentic Story with FOMOFanz Podcast Host Brian Fanzo
"I believe every person has a story to tell. And i believe in the world. We're living in right now. We have to compete with fake news and bad news. And so how do you cut through fake news and bad news its authenticity. It's real people doing real things and being real to themselves and unfortunately right now we don't have enough good stories being put out there. I think there's so many people that are there story stuck within. It's it's it's it's behind that button bringing pushed and so that's where for me. I try to get people say. Press the button. Just just do it and that freedom once you get used to it. I mean the amount of emails that i'd get people like ryan you're right once. I actually just started my podcast. It became a lot easier brian. Once i finally started using instagram's stories or whatever it may be and so for me. Precedent done is more of a mantra. That says i'm tired of bad news and fake news and until we have enough good people telling her story. We can't drown out all of that noise. And so. I want people telling their stories. I want entrepreneurs doing it. And i have a little bit hidden agenda of. I don't like the mantra of faking. Tm make it selling unicorns and rainbows and the world of that kind of existed for a while and so for me. The more we get this kind of level of authenticity pushed out the more at scares those. Those that have been successful by faking. It's an disappear along with a fake news and the bad news and we'll be able to kind of connect good stories that good people and what i love about that is. There's i think there's a method of madness and people get there a little bit afraid of pushing the button because they they don't have something to say. And what's what. I think is very therapeutic about it is whether you send it out there to the world are not pushing the button you writing recording whatever it is you start to learn how to find your voice and your perspective which a lot of us especially if you're a corporation court corporate for seventeen years you lose that that tool to practice how to find perspective and i think something really spoke to me about how you present yourself that that it was your encouraging people to do this even if you don't have a game plan because i think you knew without without being obvious about it you're like this. This is going to help you get it and figure out how to do it. Can i think for for a lot of people to i think it's not even the fact that they don't know if they have a voice it's they don't know where to start and there's this there's this weird in you know inflection that we have where we're like. I'm not an expert and like the breaking news. Nobody's an expert and nobody wants to hear from an expert. We wanna hear your point of view on your experience and your way of translating and putting it out
"ryan to" Discussed on SmartLess
"Why john hinged mouth is so wide open out ryan. Where do you see you so now. You've got these three kids got all this stuff. You're meditating you're you're becoming a complete person. You're obviously drinking gin all day. Yona booze company married to an angel. So you're constantly. You've got your pretty little angel of jesus christ will he dragged you. Right into this smut puddle thinning. I know but where do you. Where do you see yourself. I mean you. It seems like everything you're doing now just as opening up you're just hitting your stride now do is they're part of you. That goes like i've done a lot of accomplish a lot in. I just kind of want to slow it down and just chill or do you feel like no just. Let's just keep rolling constantly. I mean. I would assume that you guys feel the same way. You're always thinking like oh okay. Next year i'll i'll slow it down. You know but i the only reason. I think i'm able to continue doing this. This this way. I think is that i'm present with my kids and my wife and my marriage is incredibly important to me in that. Friendship is important to me so i you know i'm able to kind of get through you know but then blake and i don't do movies at the same time so she's ready to go back and do some salt. I'll step down and then we'll go back and forth as alternate yeah. She'll she'll do film. I'll just be with her on on location hanging with the kids so you you take you take the kids with you on location. Always always yeah. We never have been now. They're six four and one so they're they're in school so we can't really leave. Yeah start to change when your kids. My older kids are ten and twelve. And you yeah you start to say like you have to make decisions based on people know everywhere who have kids you make decisions based on what works for your family. Dad had that my dad had the same philosophy. Ronald's yeah wherever he away wait. No i'm kidding. We you guys have jason or you have two kids. Will you have three three so you have three boys sound. You've one dog one. Yeah i did you guys ever. I mean i don't i never imagined have three three will three. That's on the. That's three boys but i have ten twelve ten and one my youngest just turned one. And yeah it's You know it changes everything because everything is dick. Everything starts there. That's your baseline. So it's what works for the kids. It's everything is where you live. What you do what jobs you take. What when you take holidays. It's all geared around at how different is three from to the jump from two to three. I just like i was researching. Like a torch vasectomy after the third. Yeah there must be a way to stop all. I know a way to stop this. No i've i've thought about without getting. Yeah yes i've also had that same thought But then i also think like why. Who am i deprived the world Careful of more of just hear me out. You guys look this. This shit is no fucking fluke. Yeah look so why would i. Why would i but it is. I do think that sometimes when when somebody i love and admire doesn't ever have kids i think. Oh does this. Amazing jeans aren't yeah. Well thank you down. Let me tell you something though. Thank you the welcome. I think that the reason why one of the reasons why i don't have kids is because of some of these conversations that i've always been around which is like so tired kids figure it out and so growing up. Well maybe there's something to that. Maybe it is true. The first year is garbage. Okay everybody here's years is tough but i gotta say that there's never a moment. We genuinely regretting it. Never i mean no. I can't imagine not. I can't remember not having kids now. Right i do. I will say. I will say as a man who's fifty one and had a child at fifty. I was like hey guy what the fuck doing are you stupid and And we're out. You were out of the game yourself back in there and guess what you're chess. He's not hold up. Say that word you know. I said this ryan before on the on the packets. But i read this quote a long time ago from this woman who said i'd rather regret not having kids than have them in. Regret it later. And that was kind of my philosophy to consider the source. Who the fuck where she. It's my mom. You hate sean. No i know we've talked about it before a few times and you through thrown that quote in my face to make me feel bad but now no. I've always wanted to want them when. When's the last time you and scotty talked about it. I mean i'm probably like listening here again. Just just take it up the flagpole again today over lunch or something awesome. I know they come on. I wanna make sure that. I want be there for them like my dad wasn't right so no i know. I know i would be like a great dad. I just make sure that. I'm ready as somebody who's been friends with you for twenty years. I know that you would be so good at it you greatly. Oh my god sean. They'll take one of yours all. Take the kit sean. Listen if it doesn't if you don't like it. I'll take the kid 'cause i always want. Oh this is a great deal. I like the way like ricki. Ricki drew is always saying that you know there. Is that sort of pressure from people to like why. Why is the ultimate thing knocked to have kids in his things like. Maybe that's just not for us. We want we don't let this totally totally valid hundred percent. You do get a great tax. Write off if you have a kid ryan we have. We have really. We really monopolized your time and you got on hold on. I'm not ready yet. Not ready out okay. Skew each one thing because you guys are all people that i- lesser and greater extents. Think less of now. I love you guys so much. I love your work. Like what is your most fulfilling job that you've ever had one that you look back on. It doesn't have to be in show-bizzy. I the most fulfilling job i've ever had probably will and grace. Of course i mean. I have to be the biggest job i've ever had to but bird in flight on Speaking of anxiety. A lot of people thought you know. I came in like a ferret on cocaine. All the time has that character. And i think it's because it's because of my anxiety because like oh you're so funny of so much energy because they have so much anxiety and into the character day you like burst through that door on the second literally. See you bursting through that door on that saturday. It's just it was. I just said i mean it's like seeing a bird in flight thinking. That guys meant to do this. Yes i was my answer your question. Thank you for asking is very kind. Yes probably that job and has to be the biggest one but also just because of the unseal are- effect it's had on the world which was not. Nobody could see that coming. It was just incredible byproduct of what we were doing. So that's amazing to'sign Would say i don't know i'm i'm a. I'm really deeply deeply deeply in love with directing Right now and so. I would say the first film directed bad. Words was properly really exciting for me. The shot by. Ken sang one. Funniest charming fucking movies.
"ryan to" Discussed on SmartLess
"House but nobody was looking almost food fights. I mean some of the people. I worked with in safeway dizzy. Graveyard shift to safeway at twenty fifth and oak. They know who their some of the funniest human being. Yeah i've ever been around some big laughs. I bet you some huge. I'm not joking. Are you still friends with your co workers there. I don't keep in touch with men friends a lot of people to high school with but like that was an odd. Because we only cy each other in the in the pitch black midnight hours so all coke up and stacking out. god agudat. Are you really still friends with Even if you're friends with five friends from high school. I i admire that. I wish i was better at that. I'm still in touch with my high school girlfriend who's now married with three kids in touch with one of my best friends. Peters or urbino knows that. I went to school with my whole life since little league. Basically known them ryan ryan. This is beyond. 'cause she won't hear this high school girlfriend. How hard is she kicking yourself. Right now i mean. Do you think it's i think she married surgeon. She's all right. Oh she made okay. Herself is a prolific educator. She's doing really well she's really doesn't surge back on them like you do my god. Yes that guy had size like earl campbell. I mean it was just an absolute shredder on the football field dealer. You know he did not know. We're together in tenth grade and broke up in eleventh grade and they get together after relationships run hot and ten for do. I was too busy working with dennis france when you when you got here like tell us because i i love little origin stories like from actors. Because i did the same thing. I just got my car. I've never even been here before. You never driven a car. Yeah on what kind of car did you rock out here from Rolla toyota corolla. And let me tell you something really quick story. When i got the pilot of will and grace they had kickoff dinner. And i drove my corolla and the only place you could park. It was developed at this restaurant and i was so embarrassed because window was out the hubcap missing all that was disgusting attempts everywhere and and i made sure i got there before everybody else. I went and had dinner with with the cast of will and grace and jimmy boroughs and everybody and i'm so embarrassed didn't want them to see me get when i got out and so i left early guys gotta go poorly by i got up to the valet for my car and one by one is taking forever one by one everybody else comes out. We're all standing in a line on my fucking car pulls up. I one and i go. What did you do to my car or run wasn't a corolla corolla shown. How quickly will you try to pull off your coexist bumper. I drove a similar Sensible sedan for years. Even after i had a tv show. I remember i kept my little nissan. Sentra was just covered in rust. The hubka same thing it was it wasn't even a it was just like millions of wasps fucking like this car was like danger to to just moved it with your feet like fred flintstone so ryan so you move your and you had to show you the sort of like a waie show For a few years that was that your first adult for you and then and then so move here and then you get two guys a girl originally known as two guys that girl and a pizza place that and they dropped the pizza place. Great show great show great show and i remember seeing you on that show. I remember auditioning for that show. I remember how i did you really. Yeah i think i did it. Yeah i think we did. I forget how many seasons rhino tell you. Think four and a half seasons but ryan. I remember how and this is no joke. How funny you were. It was undeniable. You're you're such a funny. I watch that. Show all the time i thought you were. Timing is like a swiss watch is his timing is impeccable a surgeon. Here's what i want to know right. And the reason i bring this up is because you've gone on you've had i think super interesting career and i think that you've you've always no matter what you're always good in everything you do and everybody does things that sometimes they don't you know you remember somebody describing a movie a bad movie. You're like well. I thought we were going over here. Oh we're going over here. There are certain things that are out of your control. What you can control is. You're always really really good. And i always thought you were super funny for like baiming said. Your timing is incredible i feel like you are depriving the world of more. Just pure comedy. I love seeing you in the action stuff. I love seeing you kick ass and you do bring humor to those parts but fuck man. You could absolutely crush pure comedy. I think you're so fucking funny. He's going with this please. Do another sitcom is where the question i would love to do. Another sitcom best job. I've ever had my life. He really is the greatest job in the world. Absolutist unreasonable hours live audience. You know fun. You get to the reason. I moved answer sean. Because of you in los angeles was to join the groundlings which is the eighteen year old moron. I thought i could just show up there. And they would put me on the stage. And the groundlings is second. City improv troupe. Yeah where saturday night live. Are you telling that to right. He moved here to go against explaining it to him. Did you get into groundlings. No they would like of course not enough money to sit in the class. I need to make some dough. So you're so you're in the classic groundlings. How you what's your day job. Did you go to albertsons. and vaughn's and say hey. I got a pretty good tenure. Pretty well these guys. I know how to work a manual forklift like no. I know how to close a wound with crazy flu else. Did you What what was your first Day job out here. I had no job. Because i had no work permit so i couldn't just walk into a anyplace in will knows this. He can't just walk you. You need to workout. So actually i got an. I went looking for an agent to see if i could get sent out on a couple of editions. And maybe that way they would sponsor me. And that's when you in wolf to well. That's exactly what i meant. Teen wolf to come on. That was just been rejected from the groundlings and the next day i met you and then when i met jason held got hit on by a weirdo he saw the look of pure unadulterated panic in my face and he asked whoever was that management company. My number and left me a voice. Mrs back when you had answering machines. He left me an answering machine message. Just saying hey if you ever need anything. Here's my number are you serious is actually arrested for that. Nowadays that is a random act of kindness. Known this guy for a long time and this is something he does though. He doesn't like to admit it or talk about it. But jason bateman is got a wake of decades of random acts of kind on on. Here's a squishy center to him in in ryan. I told this was a couple months. Go sean where would. I hurt my back. Jason showed up with like stuff for my came to the house. Yes and i just showed up unannounced. And he's got like stuff for my back and all this and very very sweet. So that doesn't surprise me. Does freak me out a little show when i said but but the deal is i need to apply it i. I'd like to ask twenty-five things aching on me right now and wrong with my body and jason sent over near sporran well and a bill an invoice. How is your shoulder sean. I heard you have a rotten shoulder. Do how do you know that i listened to the podcast. Yeah i have a bad show up. Respond to batman's text.
Torres, Odor Homer to Back Taillon as Yanks Beat Red Sox 9-1
"The Yankees blew past the red Sox nine to one is Gleyber Torres in RigNet or door homered to back another strong start from James in tai'an giant pitch five and a third innings of four hit ball in his one hundredth major league start improving to foreign in his past five outings Ryan lamarre added a two run Homer in the eighth his first with the Yankees and first in the majors since September twenty nineteen DJ lemay who extended his on base streak to thirty games longest in the big leagues this season the Yankees B. Boston for the second straight time after dropping the first seven meetings of the season I'm Dave Ferrie
WNBA Star Liz Cambage Withdraws From Olympics, Citing Mental Health
"Today about Liz Cambage. Um, you know, She has been very open about her mental health struggles. She wrote a story for the Players Tribune a couple years ago, acknowledging that she had been on suicide watch in 2016. She has some D N. P s for panic attacks. Um, has struggled with substance abuse. So when this comes out today, there is, of course, absolutely empathy and respect for her decision to protect herself. But of course, there's more to the story than that. There's the conversation around her partying in Vegas and violating Protocols. There's the story of an altercation in practice or in that friendly with Nigeria, the closed door matchup. How do you reconcile all the different parts of that story in in terms of her, then announcing she would remove herself from the situation perhaps before they had an opportunity to do just that without, you know, without her doing it. Well, I think that first and foremost, the mental health aspect is key. And a lot of the other behaviors and I have nothing to um You know, I have no facts to base on the other stuff that you mentioned. All I know is that first and foremost The middle health aspect and to be able to address and acknowledge that she has some mental health issues and to remove herself from the team. To take care of herself. First, I think is the most important thing.
TV Producer Holly Rymon on Dealing With Sexual Harassment on Set
"Hollywood directors and producers being accused of sexual harassment in the workplace in recent years and the uprising of the metoo movement. I ask raymond if she ever felt uncomfortable at work. Because of a man's advances or comments a little bit you know. I've always been sort of headstrong as far as like not putting much stock in that Wearing what. I want to wear doing what i wanna do. Not worrying about looking feminine or trying to be like a man. I just kind of always had sort of strange center confidence But yeah of course you do but up against it you see it happen to other people you try to. And once you get into management have the added Sort of responsibility sometimes getting into conversations with people And trying to make sure that doesn't happen on your set or how to solve it And there's been instances especially in some of these larger stunt driven shows. They're very a lot of men in the room. I mean there were instances where there were twelve of us all making decisions and i was the only female And that's fine You know you know it. It sometimes feels a little lopsided and but honestly i you know for whatever reason I just i just never let it get to my head. And i was fortunate enough not to have any sort of bad interactions personally With with anyone in there's always a little bit of that. Underlying ryan says the instances of inappropriate behavior. She witnessed where less often onset and usually in the office. There's someone who's making comments to someone else that might feel inappropriate or there are You know in a couple. Instances there were older men and younger women and there were there. Were comments made to people that the younger women didn't feel comfortable with and how you delicately go in there and try to try to stop that from happening in educating honestly people who who have maybe grown up in a time where these things weren't as As something that you talked about his match or tried to solve it was just like. Oh that's just you know whoever doing whatever they do you know and and now there's a lot more consciousness as a mother of two young ladies Who that that's just not acceptable and so Those are those conversations are an enjoyable. But i think they're important
TikTok's Tinx Shares Her Viral Dating Box Theory
"Let me play back this can you. You have a second this tanya. And then i'd like to get her opinion on this. I've thinks from tick-tock share do that's who you're looking at. She's right there he just got here. Welcome ti guys. So tink has become a bit of a relationship expert. I guess and let me play this back. And then we'll have a little discussion about it. This is about when you are put into a box category. When you meet somebody right sicily. You're married you're not dating but tanya You box people up don't you. Oh this is like this is for sure thing the thing. Let's play this illicit when men meet you in antic setting. They put you in a box. Either they want to date you. They wanna sleep with you or they want nothing to do with you. It's very difficult to shift from box to box in. Your behavior doesn't really affect what boxer into a guy so if he meets you and he's like i want to date this girl. You could pugh on his shoes and sleep with him on the first night and it wouldn't matter vice versa. If he meets you and he just wants to hook up you could make him wait three months to sleep with you. It's not going to change that. And i get asked this question all the time takes. How long should i make him way with him when you are ready. Waiting to sleep with someone doesn't guarantee that he's going to view you as relationship material so it takes. Are you single. I am yeah recently single actually recently single so this is all part of your world then seattle so fascinating theory broken down like that. Because i'm a guy and i'm thinking to myself. Do i put dates in a box. You deal a lot of guys do. And they don't even realize that i find guys have a lot more resistance to this theory on because i think that they don't want to appear like simple minded or like that they're kind of a one track mind whereas all it resonates with so many women because your behavior it doesn't affect it like you can wait for months and months. You can talk about how much you like knitting. You can talk about how much you love. Jesus in your dog and they still might not want to date you
Glover With a 64 at John Deere Ends 10 Years Without a Win
"Lucas Glover is earned his first PGA victory in a decade by taking the John Deere classic by two shots in Illinois Glover birdied five of his final seven holes for a seven under sixty four that wrapped up his fourth career win and first since twenty eleven at quail hollow still play twenty five six seven events a year and I still can honestly say I come back and I can do it and but never doubted that Glover finished his run with a twelve foot birdie on the par five seventeen th and then a six foot putt to save par from the bunker on eighteen Ryan Moore and Kevin knight tied for second following sixty eights for others finished three shots back I'm Dave very
Houston Astros' Carlos Correa, Jose Altuve Plan to Skip All-Star Game
"Both plan to skip next week's All Star Game in Denver. Korea says he wants to spend time with his wife, who is expecting their first child while tube is nursing the leg injury. The team's other two All Stars outfielder Michael Brantley and relief Picture Ryan Pressly both plan to attend the game. And late this afternoon, the
Entrepreneur Ryan Berman on The Beauty of Marketing Today in Telling Your Story
"When you think about the branding of the creative process it always starts with what we call a strategic brief and it's just like what it sounds it's short and strategic and then off of that. Hopefully there's an insight there that we can run with So for for california right. It's it's a destination of its destination. Maybe it's a real city that's one place. We explore then down the rabbit hole. You go again it. A lot of this comes down to just pure trust with your client to do. They know you have their best intentions and again go back to behavior change so That's really what is this. A strategy components while we do there's an allegation component of what we do and then there's an execution component to what we do and they're all very very different parts of the process. I'm sure there's been great ideas we'll never know about because he just the execution was so shitty that it's a slight while that could have been a funny idea but you know the money wasn't there that in get like the cast in it wrong or the language is wrong or they tried to say everything at once and i think it's like that's where the discipline with creativity really comes in and like what works on you. And how do i get you to the next part of the story And i think that's the beauty of of marketing. Today is are so many places where you could tell your story. Maybe you tell the first inning of your stories since we talked about baseball already the first thing it could be a content piece on you to try to get somebody laugh on social the you drive them into an experience they you know they pasco if they want to learn more than what's the next part of the experience in the next video or the next maybe website. That's the beauty marketing today. And i think brand lives in all those
Do You Like Matching With Your Significant Other? #Bennifer Does!
"Lopez and ben affleck have been. Obviously we've been seeing a lot of pda from them lately and most. Recently they are color coordinating. They look like they're matching their got. The same vibe going on and david beckham also did this. Because he posted on instagram Kind of just like a nod to their twenty-second wedding anniversary. Him in victoria and so he posted a collage of photos of the two of them in matching outfits. For the last twenty yeah. They're like fully matching like full on like leather matching outfits. Purple matching outfits. I sold. They're so good and they're not just like cohesive they are matching and he posted the photos and he said twenty. Two years later still matching outfits. Happy anniversary love you so much. Thank you for giving me are amazing kids so we can all wear the same because in the slide he also posted a picture of them with the kids. And they're all in matching pajamas. You didn't send me any of those pictures. You only say ben in gen and big. I didn't wanna blow. I didn't want to blow it because if you were like you know i think it's so do i need a certain. I wanna see the pictures to search. David go on instagram on instagram. Go to david beckham. i got it now. what. I carousel of his photos. Is he this one. He's not verified. Okay now look at that there you have it. That's what i'm talking about them in purple there but this is over time correct over twenty two years but this is like from the nineties. This leather outfit. I think that they were dressing up in levered like yesterday. Sorry but you keep scrolling. It's like it's scary. it's really cute. Yeah i is this great. He's she's lovely to pair good and they've done it a long time. haven't they. Maybe matching outfits is the key to longevity in
Give Me Money or I Spoil Your Favorite Show
"Gentlemen i am home. I see on the side walk. And i'll spend my days in the new york public bob bird because of that. I read all george martin guy there go ahead. No the t. v. show. I will tell you if you do not give me money. No threesome cook is dead with trading which i have read so i know what happens to john snow. Everybody knows he's is he is he. Thank you very much. Something ryan like land is to always paid his debts now while i have read these books. I'd have yet to realize my dream of cnn brought to light bussan. What kinda give me that. Hbo gulp or the hbo nail were. No i guess. I will have to tell you which characters into tree guy notice l. stupid but there's a lot of stupid shit that happened in the books that they have been on show. Yes this is my password. Please shut up. About game of thrones. You should always have capital letter k. I guess this
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First Date With Tyson Brown and Shelby Duclos
"Welcome to the bloggers podcast. I'm your host ryan in. This segment is dedicated to all the people that think. There's a problem with virtual dating but if you insist on doing the traditional dating i have two guests on me today. There are the stars of the first day and if they can get you the first day i don't know who can. I'm talking about actors. Tyson brown is shelby. Do clo- how are you guys doing tyson. Show you how you doing good this. This is the craziest first day. Like i feel like nobody story unravel. This is the craziest thing i've ever seen it. It's a well think of that. take place. yes but tyson. I'm gonna start with you because i think it's actually both interesting with you guys backgrounds that you kept it very local as far as getting your start in and starting to act and everything within Sacramento can talk a little bit about your starred and just Why you thought it was important to start with the indie project. That was just something that kind of came your way tyson. I'll go with you. I something a definitely came away. I was really lucky. For a manual darren. Dahbi onto of additives project consists adventure journey Other than that. I really do like independent films. That kinda center focus way more than story than just like the gifts and stuff so. That's something i'm definitely looking forward to do or keep doing my career shelby. How about you. How did that how to start. How did this come about for you. Kind of like tasted just kind of came about for me too. I was doing some student projects before this film. But this one was definitely different than the others. And i just i felt like it was really special and i loved the script so i still super lucky but yeah just kinda came out for me to
"ryan to" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Hey there i'm kevin daisy and i'm eric olson. You're listening to the managing partners. Podcast where we interview tob lawyers about how they're growing their firms. All right we are live. What's up everybody on lincoln and youtube. We're live for another live recording of the parts. Podcast on join for a special guest today. Out of colorado ryan welcome to the show. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for having kevin. So let's jump right into it. Tell us a little bit about yourself. A little personal..
"ryan to" Discussed on Dead America
"I'm happy to answer it. You know kid caster only does booking podcasts. But you know if you wanna know a good dare headphones to buy. I've got a resource for you if you want to build your own podcast I know folks you can talk to so I like helping people. And i like people helping people get introduced into this will podcasting so S to castro dot com. Good place to find me okay. Well that was my next question. How can people find you and get started using kit. Castor so castro dot com. And you said your email was ryan caster that barnes me too absolutely okay. Well that's going to wrap it up for this one unless you want to add anything to this ryan. It really appreciate coming on and talking about castle ed. I'm glad it's Been helpful for you. And i i just really enjoy your podcast and the best friend. Well i do. Thank you for what you do and i especially. Thank you for being with us today. Here on the dead. American podcast my pleasure. Thank you for listening into the podcast episodes today. If you enjoyed it please share with a friend. Also please follow us on any of your podcast players or if you'd like to get a little more personal with us and really identify what we truly are about and get involved with what we are doing. Make sure you go over to the google. Play store and download our new app. We can't wait to get involved with you and that's gonna finish up. This episode of the dead america podcast. Make sure you come back next week and follow along for another great interview. I'm ed waters out..
"ryan to" Discussed on Dead America
"We have with us ryan estes. He's co founder of kit caster podcast booking agency ryan. Did you introduce yourself and let people know. Just a little bit about you please. I'd love to add. And i appreciate you having me on the show Like you said. I am the co founder of castor. We book entrepreneurs on top podcast We we are very deep into podcasting. We love podcasters And you know. Our mission is to celebrate good conversation wherever that takes us. We're ready to go. So i'm excited for this conversation and On your show. Thanks that well. I should be. Thanks for being with us today ryan. It is a pleasure now before we get into this. Why don't we go ahead and recognize your partner in the business of kit cast. Could you tell us just a little bit about who they are. Absolutely our co founder. Her name is brandy waylay and brandon. And i met probably five or six years ago. She had a pr agency. I had a digital marketing agency. I also had a founders. Podcast called talk launch and she would book some of her clients or start of coins on my podcast and we just always kind of clicked. You know a couple of years ago. i was coming on the heels of a failed project. I was working on a Crowd funding platform For service workers so basically if you're a barber or your house painter and you wanted to pre sell your services you could do it on that platform it was called career funded and you know i had that going about eighteen months and just in the traction i i needed for it to to really hit so i was considering kind of sorting the towel Ironically enough. I think that product would have been a massive success due to kobe but nonetheless Was talking to brandy and branches. Let's do something be some in podcasting so we kinda set forth. What would become kick castro with the pilot program Had some fun. Doing it had some success doing it. So we wrapped brand around And and took off. You know that was probably we. Officially launched september twenty nineteen and have seen just kind of rapid expansive growth since then capacity now has fourteen employees. Or we're gonna hire another gallon next week and you know we're feeling really bullish on podcasting and kind of what it can bring to the world s. Very impressive brian. So what is it like for you helping so many people. they're podcasting. Oh i love it. You know like i said i. I've been podcasting myself for ten years. You know and it. I originally started as kind of a a cure for the blues. You know. I had a little bit of depression. I was coming out of a career in music and because they had two small young children. You know this is ten years ago and thought i missed the music turns out. I just missed my bandmates. You know and i kinda discovered that two podcasting by getting my old band buddies back together and doing podcasts. And sell them over the medium you know kinda get a spin with the new the talk once podcast to introduce podcasting into my professional life in sasha's like a massive opportunity but also like real revenue you know i i can probably attribute you know before kick house or maybe eight eight hundred grand.
"ryan to" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Scene one apple take one scene. Run apple take too high today really a privilege to have ryan for your on and he is with monsters aliens robots in zombies or mars not the planet but the company true short. Great to talk to you about your work Ryan it's amazing stuff you doing. It's great to be here. thank you very much. I been enjoying wanda vision. And my wife. And i were watching the first episode. We were kind of scratching our heads from a visual standpoint. I do know watching the behind. The scenes that his makeup was actually blue than the usual purple When he went to black and white yes. When you go from you know i was. Do they photograph it and color and you guys take the color out kind of thing. Yeah so the whole the whole show is filmed in color and there. There's we put on a lot. Basically there's there's a color look up which is It's a lot that goes on top of the footage after it goes to the i. But all of our work is done in color But we do see the you know the initial Color correction they're going to put on top they send us that They go and tweak afterwards before they finally off the aso we work everything in colorado so we were looking at the blue but then we were fighting for the black and white Just to see how that was looking because in a mixture everything was looking the same. Is that a one snap Take a while to get to the black and white. I know let's super-quick super-quick so that's almost like filter. That goes on top of the footage. Okay almost like a filter. That would like your standard instagram filter. Its color correcting it in one step but like i said afterwards they go in they find they find tuna on their end before goes to the future and you also did the transition.
"ryan to" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"I. I'm interviewing jonathan stars. Welcome back as promised. Our friend ryan anderson ryan welcome. Thanks for having me. i have to properly introduce you. You have just become the head of the ethics and public policy center your their new president. Congratulations young man. Thank you It's a real privilege to be leading such a a great institution. I i would think it is and we're excited. You're there because when i think of all the losers could have picked and they pick you and you're a winner young men right seriously you Here's another honor that you have had recently. You're wonderful book When harry becomes. Sally is that the right verb became became when harry became sally by the transgender situation. It's a really serious book. It's an excellent book. It's a helpful book. Amazon has decided not to carry it. This is a stunning moment in america that we're dealing with stuff like this And it is why. I'm trying to get all my books at my store. Dot com so people can buy their use the code. Eric but i just want to say. We are living in strange times because so many people shop at amazon. And so tell us. What is this. Been like for you. This is a very serious book. This is not some. You know flippant rant. This is a and they carry mine. Come do they not. That's correct so the book came out three years ago Rigorously argued tons of quick notes. Lots of studies are cited. It's endorsed by. Who's who of medical experts. Scientific experts legal philosophy experts and they sold it for over three years know they sold it all throughout the tonight when donald trump was president and bill barr was attorney. General josh colleagues in the senate majority and then all of a sudden the weekend before a big vote in the house of representatives on a bill that i'm critical of the book discusses critically they race the book right. They just put me down the memory hole. It's the timing is suspicious. There was no explanation. Offered they didn't reach out to us ahead of time in violation of their own policy for this and all they have sent since then is they've missed the scribe but the book says they've used that as the justification of for getting rid of it amazon. Control something like eighty to seventy to eighty percent of new book sales in america eighty percent of e book sales in america. There are the largest Kind of online retailer in the world and if you cancelled from amazon that's going to harm you. It's gonna harm readers but more importantly future authors. Who's going to write a book like this in the future if they're afraid that they won't have access to the marketplace because amazon is the marketplace. Unfortunately this is stunning. I mean you've just had a couple of things that i hadn't thought of that really important that when they when someone like amazon does this They have such a powerful voice in the culture by by doing something like this. They are sending a chilling effect. Don't write books like this. Publishers don't publish books like this. We will hurt you. And i always say that we've got to fight back whatever we can do And so i'm always half joking about the mice store dot com. But the reason. I've moved my books. There is because i thought this is scandalous that we have one giant entity a. m. on that is making these kinds of decisions about who wanna cancel and they have so much money that they don't care if they lose some money from selling your book they don't care they can do what they want. They're really monsters at this point..
"ryan to" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"With individuals who think differently than you do you are not going to be successful so it's understanding each other respecting each other bringing people to the table making sure that everyone's voices are heard equally. We don't need to have a hierarchy comes to moving systems forward. Yeah we have a boss and somebody will make the final decision absolutely but let's make well informed decisions by everybody on the team. That's so god. And i feel like i mean. There's so many things in there that you just said i'm like oh my honor syndrome. I want to dig into that further with it. But i'm like okay. Okay we could. This could be podcast. That was like two hours long. And it'd be amazing. But i maybe you'll have to be a recurring guest and maybe maybe interview some people together. That could be the. But i ryan. I appreciate you taking the time out. You know lisa. I would love to know as you do. The podcast unite had an opportunity to listen to a few yesterday. And they're amazing. And you've got some super awesome leaders that you've been talking with but i would be curious to know who else might not even intentionally but has a has an awareness of personality assessments or personality tools. And how they may use that or incorporate that into their leadership. Because i think could be super awesome to tap into to some more conversation about that. You know what. I one of the areas that i feel like you and i could talk about too is just like so. We've done the disk assessment in our organization and it's fantastic and you know our chief has been Good enough to recognize that. It can't be a one and done and so we have had everyone in the organization take it. We've continued to like make it relevant. But you definitely have to be intentional about it. And so i had like love to talk to people about like. How do you make sure that that becomes something. That's useful and not just like a. I learned about it and now it's my back pocket. Yeah know it's funny. Because when i'm interacting with people especially some colleagues You know when. I when i do my weekend teaching for for the community college I can. I can find people like that person's a blue or you because the real colors. It's four colors. And i think that person is definitely a green like i can kind of start picking people and i might not be one hundred percent accurate but i can. I can find pieces of individuals that relate to personality styles. I understand and then. I can decide how i communicate with that person and having an awareness to do that is so.
"ryan to" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"We have ryan page ryan as ryan. I know in the show. We have known each other for twenty years and so ryan shares with us her journey on the social services side as she Started in an environment where they were helpers in her family all the way to where she is now if for department of human services and her policy work so she talks a lot about change within an organization she shares her growth journey. She shares a lot of wisdom and insight about not just career change in development and growth but also her personal career or her personal story of chain growth and development. This is an episode. You will not want to miss. Here's a little bit more about ryan. She is the childcare regulatory program manager and team lead the childcare bureau. What the department of human services one of her main duties is to assess implement federal and state policy requirements for licensed childcare providers throughout the state. Ryan has a bachelor's degree in psychology from iowa state a masters in criminal justice from saint ambrose. She completed the certified public manager program from drake twenty eighteen. She has spent over fifteen years in social services and has worked for the department for twelve years and child welfare and child care services. She's a member of early childhood governance planning and administration committee the childhood iowa steering committee state childcare advisory committee and the iowa alliance strategic leadership team. Enjoy this next episode are right. Well i know i see a lot of times. I've got very special guests on the show but today it really really really really is a special guest on the show Ryan page ryan in ryan. I was thinking the other day has been twenty years. Now that we've known each other i was. I was thinking the same thing while i was out walking yesterday. It's it's right on the cusp. Yeah that seems unbelievable. That were that will that we would have been in college twenty years ago but here we are. And so i thought you'd be of antacid guest to have on the show. Because obviously i know a little bit about your career journey or a lot about your career journey and you seen where you started when we were in college and back. Then i remember you go into work with. Yes and you'll have to tell us a little bit about what that is and now senior work and how you advocate for policy and our policy change maker for the state has just been so incredible to watch this journey so share with those of us listening. Who may not be as familiar with you. What your career journey has been. Yeah so i honestly think i have to go all the way back To just growing up my family You know they they were like natural. Helpers you know i. I had two different friends that lived us for over six months I watched my parents become approved foster parents for a friend of mine And so i guess that kind of you'll something in me so You know..
"ryan to" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Tell me about one. That i'm sure raised a few eyebrows. And that's the women on display. Yeah that was early seventies. And i mean i took classes in feminism so i always tend to look at everything through a feminist viewpoint so on display tried to weigh the differences between feminism and attraction and sometimes they are in sync with each other and sometimes not some of the images show exploitation. Some of them just show Like a woman in advertising but basically it was exploring those things. And what is it. What's the reaction to this series. Ben depends on the one malibu. The beach shot. the bikini. Shot is probably those popular image. I've ever taken. It's the one on frames that got like you know. Two hundred views were usually average about forty or fifty and again this is a this is street photography jim because i'm not even looking through the camera at that and i don't think i could make a more perfect composition than that. I'm holding that camera over my head and pointing at where. I think i want it. Okay when you look at that. I don't think you can come up with a better composition than that. You didn't crop that to even it out just a little bit. There is not no no system ethic. I started with and i kept up with the only time i've crop is about making it an assemblage and i'm going to. I'm going to remind everyone. This is at ryan hers. Photo dot com up at the top there if you click on portfolios then you'll get one night at the issoire which is v. a. Are which is. Some of them are in women on display. But some are okay. Tell me tell me the story there. Well the ivar was the place in los angeles and again. I think this is early eighties. That had a camera night..
"ryan to" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Well did afternoon everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today i am talking to a member of the frames community ryan hers. Orion's work is all over our group. It is engaging it is provocative. It's the kind of work that you look at. And you're you're going to have a response to it. Personally i find it absolutely thrilling. An end fascinating ryan good afternoon. How're you doing pretty good. how are you. i'm doing great. You're out in santa monica california. Did tell me what you see out your window. What kind of day is it out there. It's pretty much seventy five degrees Another perfect Or another shitty day embarrass dice. All right well. I i envy you that here on the planes as it's gray and cold and snow ian winners coming in. You began your photography career when you were twelve years old and you came across an old range finder in a drawer. Tell me that story. Tell me how you got started in photography. Yeah i think actually it was more like it was about ten and i found an old contacts range finder in a drawer. Not being used. And i think it had been forgotten and somehow i latched onto it and i'm not quite sure how i learn to use it but i did and then a few years later there was a huge fire. One of those big california brushfires in my neighborhood. And i somehow got it together and took very poor pictures of the fire and the planes and i thought that was great in the photo bug was planted right then never left me. What what is it at age. Twelve or thirteen over that sent you out to photograph the fires versus. Just run away head you already been smitten a little bit by capturing images or what was the. What was the motivation there. I'm seventy three. That's a long time ago. There was always something about getting the images. I remembered i have one cute picture of me in my cub scout uniform with the context around my neck. My cub scout had turned backwards. So i don't know what pretended you were taking pictures. That bill was getting in the way where you go. that's right. we started the whole movement. There you go there you go. You also mentioned that. You took a two day seminar when you were in college with eugene smith that taught you as you claim the appreciation of the photo essay. Well okay i mean. Obviously we know what photographs are. What do you mean by the photo essay well especially with gene. Smith's work at life magazine. Was that former. You got to use eight or ten pictures. Basically to tell a story not a book nada along scale project but something you would go into for probably a few weeks and try and get eight or ten pictures. That convinced it all now. In his case obviously he was a master at it and obviously each composition was better than the last and medium and talking to him a little bit and observing him. Gave me a lot of input. Into what i want to do in the future and also what. The possible costs were because this is about nineteen seventy he had been fighting with various editors for basically his career and it was to the point then when he had recorded. I don't know how he'd recorded. But he ed recordings of his conversations with various editors and how they didn't understand what he was doing at the time and he actually broke into tears at one point in front of about thirty five forty people other points he was brilliant and other point see was certainly technically a master. So that was very insightful. I thought he was a rather troubled man at the time. And i had hopes for his future and lo and behold a year later he started minamata which obviously was a large-scale book project that was very very successful in lead to some of his best images. There's a good lesson. They're on both sides of success and working through the the struggle when people don't appreciate the kind of stuff that we're trying to get out there. I don't think that's unique to photography. I think musicians. I think writers. I think dancers all when they come up against a border are gonna meet resistance Border is is there because of some evolution of the form hasn't quite grown that direction. I bring that up. Because i am looking at your project called unseens which you subtitle street. Photography in the age of photoshop street photography is supposed to be the very real the documentary the untouched. And here you are really playing with that form so tell me about surrealism in street photography telling me about unseens. Where did it come from. What are you doing. Well in terms of surrealism. I've always considered myself and have a healthy dose of that. And i think a lot of the street photographers in france. Were surrealist their hearts. Certainly critize and man ray were surrealist and it was a thread that went through everything back then in paris at the time when everybody found the like and that was really the birth of the street. Photography movement my estimation anyway Unseens are a little different. They're not different than street photography in that they are not planned. They are not set up
"ryan to" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I mean i'm were. You are you near austin. Yeah i'm being a urge recruited yes aggressively and if And moving out there to go out there once a month or something. So i'll look for you. Want to get out there. Yeah please. Everyone i know is moving to texas. Yeah and while certain california's they are fleeing fleeing fling. You can't get out is up it's fucking messier and texas. I'm sure has its own issues. But i was saying that you definitely have more freedom in texas which is great but then everyone else has freedom and that is the that as the tension that should be your next book right there. Right about that are my friend. We'll talk soon. Where do you people to go. Daily stove dot com daily podcast and ryan holiday. I take a cold shower every day. And i think every single day when the cold water hits me a more fati tally. Go the trusdale at ryan. Has these little little. What are they coin. Challenge points and not merely to bear what is necessary but to love. It is a something that goes through my mind every morning at a pretty good thing. It's it's practice. You know if you if you start with a cold shower. The rest of the day is probably looking up. Don't get too aggressive on this because we may disappoint people but it is. It is the practice. There's a practice to stoicism the ads. Ads.
"ryan to" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Meanwhile he's got his boot on their neck at preventing them from from learning. And there's actually. I was just reading henry. Louis gates has this book about phillis wheatley. The The the african poet is slave who becomes a poet and she would. She was so brilliant she was the first african like talented african person that the founders had to wrestle. She wrote poems about george washington and she met a lot of the founders. You could see the cognitive dissonance that they were struggling with because the entire premise of slavery was based on these preposterous pseudoscientific understanding of of species and brains. And so so. They believe that that that they were the superior species and then they see this person who's extremely talented and smart and instead of wrestling with that they obviously they find excuses for why. It's not the same but that perspectives. It determines the world in a lot of ways how we see it. I'm going to text you an article. You still have a two and three number mar. The the african perspective of slavery is also another piece that we need to contend with that we have not begun to struggle with yet and it's really a strengthening article. Descent you okay. And it's i don't think it's right but it's an interesting. It's struggling with this phenomenon. And i have a feeling all of this. Th the stoic may be a great source for us all to kind of wrangle with this. So let's talk about the store because that's what the books about okay. I enjoyed it. I i love historical kinds of books and you would recommend it to me the fire before the fire or something. What was the thing about. The storm storm before the storm which i've read And and the life lecturers. I read that too and back to your comment about who the previous the previous sort of purveyors of history where they're the intellectuals much assholes for sure the a bunch of assholes and that book berg's at home this storm before the storm will fuck you up right me up yet. Did fuck me up to tell me how fucked you up. And he was an important but freebies important reading for the life of the stoic to yes because some of that stuff was in there. So go ahead so i think a lot of people go okay. Rome was doing well. And then julius caesar overthrows nope turns out not the storm before the storm is about the one basically a hundred years that that almost made that a foregone conclusion that the sort of the arms race in the collapse norms and the the breaking down of the institutions. And you really like it makes you realize like okay. Where is america in this cycle and probably not in a good place well right. It's a cautionary tale for where we are. Now i also read it thought. Oh we're not like that now. Who knows but that's a fool's fool's interpretation charlotte but the magnitude of the violence and murder and mob sort of Extraordinary mob violence again was really an end. The rapid repetition of it. I thought it was something happened a couple times in roman history across you know there. There's the examples of senators getting up and talking you know and giving a big presentation while they have their their relative executed behind them and stuff. It's like share. I heard of that happening happened a lot. It's incredible that there wasn't any kind of force that came in and settle this all down. It would only settle down for a few years at a time. Someone would be giving a talk and it'd be unpopular and the mob would just tear them limbs limb. Yeah it's it's it's very it's sort of just makes you. I think what it made me very cognizant of and i think it's something that america is struggling with right now in this very election. It's like when you have one side breaking the rules. The the impulsive. The other side is to break the rules but at the same time if only one side is playing by the rules. It's it's one version of a cycle but then if both sides are breaking the rules that creates a cycle you need someone to come in and gathered up enough force or moral authority to be able to sort of put a hard stop to the cycle will. That's what machiavelli said right. He s he said. You gotta have a strong man come in and then you restore republic. That was sort of his sort of his construct. The print print thought chaser. A borja was the example of what you need and he came into the horrible stuff. Well i just mean like as a as a reason political example okay so in two thousand sixteen or fifteen hundred sixteen you have the republicans basically steal supreme court seat from sitting president them steal a seat from the sitting president and then now you have sort of jam potentially jamming through another one which will create incentives for the democrats to potentially pack the court or add senate seats and so so that this. It's you know rule breaking gets rule breaking begets nor breaking. And so what you need is somebody who can come in and go okay. We're going to do a reset and op that or or else. It spirals out of control and usually into violence very very quickly. What were the reset. Look like would it be we need to restore constitutional primacy and the originalist kind of view of things. Or how do we do it. I mean from what. I've heard from smart people and it'd be like if there's some ideal scenario where the republicans don't jam a through justice. There's some agreement where they you know. There's some agreement where the one side agrees to do this. The other side agrees not to pack the court and then they sort of go back to business as usual you need you need some sort of or whatever is it detente. They detente to where where where it stops. The escalation because you know In inevitably where as as a as clouds says you know wars just the extension of politics by other means if the political system breaks down. What happens is violence. And i think you're seeing that you know people feel like they don't have input in this area and then the that they react with violence not necessarily rational or or a sorry. It's not not exactly productive but there is a logic to it. So what were the stoic. Say about this. How whom would you choose there. There are a lot of different kinds of flavors of stoicism out there. And you expose us to that. Which i thought was fascinating so i. I'm fascinated with the example of kato. Because kato is on. The one hand is deeply principled. He's he's like what people think you would need in a situation like this. They're like you need the guy with moral authority who never bends. Who can't break. Who has iron will to enforce what the norms are. But there's this famous scene where so Pompey comes back to rome and the roman systems falling apart. This is in in that book. It's also lives in the storm before the storm and in lives store so pompey approaches kato and says. Hey let's do a marriage alliance at like. I'm powerful your powerful. Let's align kato. Says i will not be bribed by the way of women's apartments. You i see what you're doing. You're trying to team up with me through connecting our families. I'm not going to do it. And so at the time. A lot of people celebrate this as you know sort of incorruptibility but what happens is pompey goes. Oh okay with an. I'm going to align with caesar instead. And so so basically kato's intransigence drives pompey into the arms of caesar who's arguably much worse right and that is what eventually leads the overthrow..
"ryan to" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Self fulfilling or self effective or ineffective truth in a way if you don't believe that an individual can impact history at the very least. You won't be the individual who has an impact on history right interesting. Well i i still feel that the proper way to teach it this sort of dovetails into the lives of the celtics. The retina the cynics the that'd be much more boring but maybe or maybe more exciting that hang on. I'm trying to be able to do three things at once. All the really really easy. When i was younger with no problem now it stalls me out. My daughter started texting me just now so Mattering courage cynics stoic. I lost so go to this idea of why why it's lives with the stokes and not lies of the cynics. I think that goes to the point right. Obviously for people. Who don't cynic a cynic is not just sort of a skeptical person. There was a school philosophy. Known as the cynics diogenes the cynic is the most famous in his contrarian clever guy in athens you like cells all his possessions. You walks around in rags is known. These famous one liners. I mean other than him. There were no cynics that did anything they were. They were the mentally ill of the time they were they were. They had an interesting. They're smart but they were off the monks that you know. Get rid of all their possessions and live in the streets are sort of. They're living in the streets and known for storage of urinating and defecating masturbating from the streets. Too so which is outside of philosophy. I'd say that's another issue which is sort of my point that there is some sort of is sort of questioning a lot of core subjects but ultimately the cynics don't anything and i what i admire about this still exist that these were real people who had real jobs so they were philosophical but they were also diplomats generals and shopkeepers and soldiers and an emperor's and they the reason i'm interested in the stoic is not just because of what they say philosophically but it it seems from the evidence that their lives that it was possible to live a productive purposeful happy philosophical life. And i think the still show that would. They have called themselves philosophers. Marcus translator gregory hayes. Speculates that actually. Marcus really might not have identified as a stoic. Right he might have just identified as a philosopher. Which i think i i do think you know i don't personally reverence. Go around calling myself a stoic. I see myself as a student of stoic philosophy. But it's like you know if you're a black bell do you go around calling yourself a a karate master something no you duly. Leave the labels to other people interesting. I remember what i wanted to say. That was about history itself. Which was that i think. Probably the best way to t- to sort of frame history is largely well-meaning people some of them will aggressive and violent who were trying the best. They could navigate their socio historical context. And we will make mistakes to someone to look back on us and think we're idiots and horrible evil villains as you say a parade of horrible evil villains. That's true but i mean for instance i was. I was and we've talked noted out about this before but i was thinking about reconstruction recently. I just read this great book. Life of klansmen. A sort of the rise of the clan and the sort of unredeemed south in the aftermath of the civil war and it. It is true that they're largely sell well meaning people but then there's also truly bad people and i feel like a lot of history and a lot of the shameful events of history. Are the good people not doing enough about the bad people. So like on daily stokes instagram. Riposting this marks really has a great quote says remember. It's possible to commit an injustice by doing nothing. I think the hard part though when you're living in a certain moment of history is to understand where that is yes. It's really not easy for people. And i think there's things that need to be stood up to right now. That may look good may be popular but they need to be stood up against. Yeah i i think there's always that i it. I guess what my point is. It's it's not. Like in retrospect it can seem like everyone was on the same page. Is slavery your own racism right. There was a good portion of people who knew what that what was happening was wrong. They just either weren't able to create a big enough coalition to do something about it or they were. They were too busy with like i. I think it's often we know like we know what's right. We just failed to do it. It's not that we accidentally did the wrong thing. It's that we didn't quite get over the hump back to us learning out about reconstruction there is. There's a piece of that what you've just referenced that my perspective has changed a little bit on and let me sort of point out what it is which is yes. There are a lot. There were a lot of abolitionists. There's a lot of any new slavery wrong. They were still white supremacists. They still all of them all of them they the black folk needed their them to save the white guy to save them from the other evil white guy so they can restore them to their whatever it was i. It's always which is fascinating that they couldn't get out of their white supremacist position. And that's then perspec- -tival ism. I wonder if stoicism has anything to say about this. Perspec- -tival ism is really a challenging phenomenon. For the human brain you know to to the position from which i'm observing things affects what i see. It is an interesting thing. I've i've been fascinated by the role that slavery plays inside stoicism and because obviously in ancient roman stoicism is well accepted in popular but even epoch. Titas you introduced me to visit slave. What's fascinating is even epa tatum. Writings don't quite ever get to a point. Where he's questioning the institution of slave not at all not at all not even close. He's he's telling you to accept it. It's just the nature of things and how to deal with it. Yeah right now again. Let's rephrase that kind of slavery was not a cats it was not not a chattel. Slaves is really more about products of war. And things like that which is not defending it. But just knows framing the specifics. It was just about dominance right one power. But but i was just reading about this recently because so thomas. Jefferson is a fan of stoicism and he. He's writing about it. He's obsessed with this brilliant man. Who has these conflicted views about slavery. But but he's writing. And i think it's notes from virginia or something he's going he's like but you know the slaves in rome. Even the roman slavery was probably worse as institution. He's like the roman slaves. Some of them were so smart. You know he's talking about us. Talking about epic tito and terrance and serious. And he's like you know he says if if if the african slaves were as smart as not see the white supremacy again then it would be different right. It's what's interesting is to your point about perspective. He's he even though he's brilliant. Man is not able to wrap his head around the fact that the reason there's no epoch titas in america is because it was punishable by death to teach a slave to read right. Yeah so so it's like he can't even wrap his head it's like he's saying like look. If the if the african slaves were smarter better we wouldn't be enslaving them..
"ryan to" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Welcome to the doctor who podcast gang. Keep the wins the sale of those that. Keep us afloat here at the corolla pirate ship com for the family of pods there after dark. People seem to like that and then we have a daily stream at youtube slash. Dr drew You can see that on periscope or facebook wherever you like. And while we're doing that we either have call ins or chat so we appreciate you being powder. This one of my favorite guests of all time is ryan holiday and he joins us today. He has yet another book. This is the lives of the stoic new angle on stoicism as always welcome. Yeah thanks for having me. This is always an honor. So where shall we start. How let me let me talk about stoicism in your life again for a minute has it. Has it helped. Hasn't been great. Good way to. I mean when i first met you you were like nineteen and your whole now. Yeah i'm thirty three. Yeah so you've been one you've adopted. She leads the yeah. It's the it's the guiding sort of bikes philosophy of my life. It's it's how i try to make my decisions. It's how i try to go through the world. I mean i'm not certainly not perfect at it but it's had a huge impact and i feel like we're that chinese saying may you live in interesting times i feel like stoicism is sort of most relevant and helpful precisely when things are worse. Yeah so there's a there's a part of it where it's like when i feel like i'm leaning on at the most. Obviously things are the least good but but you know it it. It's always there. What about the criticism that it's not a philosophy that's not an organized structured philosophical which we say logic to it. It's sort of more of a key. This this i know you're encountering this with the guys at The partially examined life. So i'm gonna go at it a little bit. It's really more just a guide for living just how to live one's life rather than a philosophy includes philosophical. Sort of coloration truly a philosophy. I just i just love that. What it says about philosophy that something being just a guide to live is is is somehow not what philosophy is to me as sort of something about where philosophy has gone in the in the centuries since the stoic were alive which is that it went to a really impractical theoretical abstract clays and It was interesting as stoicism in my book. Or whatever. And i was saying like how do you not think that professors at a university or monitoring philosophy their pay like they're sitting there having these totally impractical paid for by. You know the the tuition paid by students parents or by and dollar -tario and it has considerably less impact or helped anyway so it's a complete if it's a complete enough philosophy to help guide one in a pandemic or in a war or a. You know a personal disaster seems like it's enough for me to you know it's enough for me to spend some time on did do do any of the stoic deal with reality or truth. Yes i mean fundamentally. I think i think the the the first discipline stoicism is the discipline of perception and the final the the the four virtues the fourth virtues wisdom so to me the figuring out reality. What's happening how to see things. Objectively clearly had to get to the essence of them. That's like you know core precept of over trying to do here but but it seems like the thing in itself is not something that sticks really worry about so much as the the circumstance the meaning the almost the social setting the embedded social phenomena about. Hey all i see. Is this pan. But what is this really who gives a fuck right exactly. You know it's just in the way that you know priests debate. How many angels could fit on a pen and you know now philosophers her. How do we know. We're not living in a computer simulation i do. I know this pan is really here. And how do i know if i have. You know it feels like what a lot of really smart people do is put an incredible amount of brainpower debating questions that have no basis on what like so. Let's say let's say you on. Musk is right. And there's some evidence that we're in a computer simulation or whatever what what would that fundamentally change for you like other than perhaps making it You know perhaps making life completely meaningless and suicide. A you know a a nice easy way out of the whole thing. What what would these questions actually get you. I don't think they really get you anything right because really what's important is the meaning we make death. And so let's let's go down the simulation path a little bit. I mean in a way. Our brain is a simulator. That's what it is. I mean certain and so this sort of intuition that we're in assimilation is actually correct in a sense. It's just not a giant computer that part of it just this biological system that really represents and re recalls reconstructs everything and tries to predict the future on a constant basis and so it's a simulator. It is can't tell the thing in itself. Yeah and even if it is a computer simulation how does that not just get you to the basic reality that most religious people are living in. Which is that. There are some higher power that's largely in control and you might have some minor input over these decisions or that. It's like it just gets you right back into the same place right. And since that wasn't the intention to begin with it strikes me that would allow these people are doing either sort of masturbating or just distracting themselves from the sort of core existential questions that we have as human beings wasting time. Yeah yeah i. I heard this great quote. I was gonna use it in my next book. Pretty forget who was saying it but he he was saying like sort of the ultimate taboo today is to talk about life as if it had any meaning and and so i think a lot of the philosophical questions and a lot of philosophy political or otherwise is ultimately it sort of boils down to this kind of nihilism. Which is that like nothing matters. An individual can't make a difference. History is irredeemably wicked. Everyone everyone in your ancestors was a shitty horrible like that. The constitution or the declaration of independence was hopelessly racist and kind of victory. You know it just gets you to a place where you have ultimately no agency and no purpose and i guess i just don't understand what that accomplishes the nihilism just looking at the store sweep nihilism comes around and doesn't do good things. I'm just look at russia and eastern europe and that's that's what brought us a lot of the horrors of that era. Yeah and i mean. I think about this now that i have kids. It's like how do you like what version of history or life do you tell them. Even if you do except certain things from science or even if you do you have a really good sense of how bad a lot of the things that happened in history are you know. Do you tell them the version of history that like do you tell them that we are that children of you know a parade of monsters and villains who who always did the worst thing in meant none of it like the sort of howard zinn version of history and you tell them like obviously you also don't tell them the sort of propagandistic version of history but like or do you tell them like. Hey were we are inching towards progress and that an individual make a difference. And i think at its maybe like at the core this sort of idea of courage and stoicism. It's striking me. That like the ultimate form of courage is to have some some sense of hope or you know some belief that things matter go go to who says that i was saying but i think i think actually general mattis wrote this recently. He was saying you know. Sort of cynicism is cowardice. And so like you can do believe in your own agency. Do you believe in the potential for change or progress. Do believe even You know like like. I think it's striking that we don't believe in the great man of history theory anymore and that that's kind of a.
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