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003  Stand Up Comedy Tips from The Nervous Comic

The Nervous Comic Podcast

24:29 min | 2 years ago

003 Stand Up Comedy Tips from The Nervous Comic

"This is the nervous comic. I'm glad you found me yeah doing back there she won't even hold Your Hand Rate Regina if you're from Regina I am not telling you all coming with candy and flowers and we are going to make up and we're going to fix that comedy intersection tell people you're a stand up comedian is are you funny and I have a different take on that are you funny is a very club or doing a show the audience managers the bar staff ourselves we're all wondering are we funny and hopefully the thing you do your holding hands things are going somewhere and sometimes the date is horrible sometimes yeah audiences for stand up comedy I have a certain idea about them I always think of every audience says a new girlfriend that you have to impress in the as a kid that was probably the only thing I thought I did well and probably the same thing as an adult another thing that always gets asked whenever you're is over the years I've always been told drunk crowds are hard drunk crowds are terrible late show they're drunk oh no the one of the things good and bad question most standups will hate that when you ask them that but as a stand up comedian this is the overall question that hangs in the air when we go to really dating the answer is yes by the time we're done it's a very hard question and it puts US under a lot of pressure but hey that's part of the game bad but I have had three shows that I felt unhappy about I did not connect properly so I'm telling you right now Jonah next time I am what's going to happen they're drunk recently there's been a couple of things that have changed my mind on this philosophy one I was doing the table is just one long episode of dealer no deal longlining contestants might after no deal button that you're on stage and that could be as short as ten to twenty minutes sometimes it's wonderful this like the best first date ever your data's flirty they love this show and it was their few groups of drunk people and there was a crowd that just wouldn't listen and they were very attentive but then there was a couple other people oh who were laughing at everything that I did so after my show little downhearted I went to the bar and the one guy who was laughing at all stuff I was doing came up to me and says inching is whenever I do talk to someone about stand up comedy they say why do you do it well I always wanted to do it I know that sounds cheesy but that's exactly what it is I this guy was also drunk it has nothing to do with being drunk and he loved my show another time the crowd was obvious idiots and I said well people have different ideas of comedy and besides they were drunk and was at that moment that I realized Oh me and my girlfriend we love comedy and you're so funny I don't know what those other people's problems where they should have been listening but they were just talking and being rude and very well and I was getting nervous because some of my stuff is kinda thoughtful stuff when you're drunk sometimes it doesn't always connect I made the decision to try Lee drunk there were loud they were a little rowdy but they were just there to have a good time and to act came on before me and they did not do all sorts of cheers and they love me they were my people and I love them and ever since then I've never had people get quiet because sometimes you don't read them properly I often stand in the back of the room and I try to read the crowd is a drunk route I actually don't have problems with drunk routes that much or loud crowds it's the quiet crowds reach them at the drunk level which I do have some experience with so I went up there and I threw all my drunk material atom I did remarried matt look at the menu eat at home contestant did only because the no deal tonight for the house getting dressed up in my boot jacket sometimes I look and I make generalizations it's a young crowd no problem I can square a bit I can talk about Forbidden Topic Wchs Sex I don't know why people there are six billion people on the planet sex is a good thing it's a natural thing that had happened of course when it comes I just wish the kitchen was open later I I can't I'm not psychic even though I do like it can show I'm not psychic and sometimes I make a mistake but I watch and see what are people are laughing at and making my own thing I'm talking about is quite a bit I don't know why people are so sticky about it but I've gone on when there's younger crowds and I've been a little dirty and they go we they also live in my single days for you a I jumped out of her seat she was like yeah it was the funniest thing I've seen in a long time and by the way that show was in grand prairie and he starts off hey guys by applause who likes women with big breasts and of course many men will gene shows and after that they go come you didn't swear why haven't you little dirtier and I'm like oh I don't know what I'm doing the crowds when I'm working with another comedian usually I'll help my buddy out because I'm usually the first guy on and when my buddy goes on still trust me bullying I said Yeah Yeah grand prairie the only things to do here is to drink have sex and go bowling actually the third I because you're watching him do his show while I'm watching you react to show I call it the third I what's in my head that Oh herod drunk crowd and it's a blanket thing that doesn't always apply so for all you budding comedians out there that's one of the things you'll have to deal with it's not so much fun shefty's formed sleep it just made it up it's not copyrighted and it is really fun to sit in the back of the room and watch you react to my friend doing his jokes and it was the crowd were clapping and this one guy was not just clapping he was whooping and he was obviously with his girlfriend thought for sure things are going to blow up and yeah but I'll bring candy for you to don't worry don't worry don't worry breath speaking of audiences I know everybody also asked about heckler in time or this comedian and he was pretty blue and he was talking you know the men and women and he was there was this couple right in front of me that I could see their reaction the look and I see a bunch of older people and go okay I'll have to clean it up a better than you know be a little sharper and I've been on stage and I do real quick a heckler but it's not the only one sometimes somebody just says something out of the blue and maybe they're trying didn't liked him and they're quiet and I can tell that you know they might be a little offended or a little out of place and and other times balances it out he says okay ladies your turn just an it comes to sex is size important well is girlfriend somebody's just commenting on your show and they're not really heckling they don't want to make you look bad they're adding and if they're funny if they're getting a laugh I will roll with that I will talk to them directly I will write down their bit the crime is going to be like Oh see you later but he kind of noticed her and he said something and she seemed fine and everything was fine and my friend continued with his show well of course he I I do you handle a heckler and what do you do to get around these I know the typical response you'll see for hecklers you'll see the interesting he comes off after set and a heckler had yelled out his punchline at the end of the show and he was mad it basically ruined the whole job yeah director show you have a microphone and sometimes I'll just get louder and I won't talk to them at all now sometimes joe like they're just constantly throwing some stupid thing at you and this happened to a friend of mine sort of almost happened to a friend of mine and it's really from him so it's also good thing to have a heckler in the other well no sooner had those words left my mouth then this guy walks up to my friend and says excuse me career a heckler commenting throughout my act and every time he did it I think nine times out of ten I got a great last that's probably part of the reason I love it there's always something new there's always something changing you always have to be dynamic writing new things writing now sometimes of course you've got a heckler that just ruins a show in the nail come up to you after say I really helped prize I might really and then they left we didn't go bowling with them with I looked at mark and I said did that coaches trivialized sex I I don't get it is that like a three point and they don't mind blue material and they're great crowd and I love them they were talking to us being the headliner Mr Marc Trinidad actually great guy and the rare occasion that I haven't driven which is always a treat and I was going to saskatoon and buddy picks me up right for me night in grand prairie drunk had sex and I just managed to roll a few games good for you grand prairie you've got a great sense of humor I love you the House and I thought that was great and we're Chitchat and we're just getting Outta town and he's from Ontario where you know there's a lot more you know uh-huh found a gas station so we turned off filled up with gas and then on our way back the same thing happens I don't know how awed loves that and you just have to be careful I think in my previous podcast part of my show you at the doors he goes hey hey right ice off the air you do your show was other women around number Oh a lot of comedians do not have licenses so if you do and you're half decently funny you'll get hired and if these are positives this will get you work because surprisingly for an occupation where people have to drive and we drive hours to go to in a movie a comedian and he gets a heckler and he'll just destroy him gale insult him that is a tool to handle people in gas stations and whatnot we got outside of Edmonton and he goes I'm running out of gas is there a gas station nearby the prairies man Asian over there how's it going Well it's blinking now I'm like great I might have to push the car to the gas station but we got there another time stories I get stories from the road again for any upcoming comedians. If you have a driver's license and a nice car apologize and here's a beer I felt so bad I hope you can forgive me in any walk away and I looked at my friend red water which is just outside of Edmonton fill up for gas at this

Regina Edmonton twenty minutes
Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Mindful Eating - 20 Minute Fitness Episode #117

20 Minute Fitness

00:00 sec | 11 months ago

Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Mindful Eating - 20 Minute Fitness Episode #117

"Hello hello and welcome back to another episode of twenty minutes fitness again. Hope you'll having an awesome day for this one will looking at mindful eating and this really does involve more than just being mindful of what you eat will elaborate on this a lot more in just a moment but first a massive. Thank you to our sponsor shape ashamed building shape scale a three bodies cutting scale. Provide you a photo realistic. Avatars your body you can see from all I news along with dangers such as your body. Fat Percentage all lean muscle lemass Andrew massive graph measurements definite. Check it out. It's available for preorder at shape. SCALE DOT COM so mindful. Eating mindful eating is the art of presence while you eat. Mindfulness is a practice. That's based on Zen Buddhism and has become a popular way of self coming and mindful eating's really starts to integrate itself into this to mindfulness urges. It is conscious awareness of whatever the focus might be mindful eating encourages us to gain awareness about eating experiences. So it's about paying attention to all food being purposeful moment by moment without judgment. It's an approach to food that focuses on an individual sexual awareness of the food and the experience terrence eating that food. The individual focus on appreciating the food. And it's not really concerned with restricting the intake is not about. You can't eat. These foods categories degrees. You can't eat full fat products. It's nothing to do. With the actual types of food quantities of food. You are eating but it still has been shown to promote weight loss reduce binge eating and Dan help you feel better as I said it's about presents it involves listening to physical hung accusing eating when you fully engaging your senses so your nursing colors dollars you're smelling different foods your listening to the sound as your crunching into something you'll really appreciate the textures and flavors. The food is the whole experience goes into eating is learning to cope with the guilt is not that everyone has about food whether they just eat and some inappropriate shouldn't have it's about notes in the effects that healthy food orange engine a healthy balanced meal. What what is your feelings? New figure. It's about savoring the moment and the food and encouraging full presence for the eating experience so this means avoiding distractions while she. We're always on the go nowadays. We're always trying to get something that we get from a supermarket our eating it whilst being on a phone call or we they have laptops on us with our scrolling instagram. Or something like that and this means our focus is diverted away from the food. And we're not really a sort of appreciating what what we're actually doing in that moment we're just mindlessly scrolling through social media for example and mindless as I said it's eating you you might even end up eating significant quantities more than you hurt you since take your brain of the twenty minutes to realize you're full and obviously this will mean you'll be in a caloric surplus of a meeting eating mindfully actually restoring your attention. You're slowing down own. who making eating an intentional at instead of an automatic one so make sure that next time you approach you'll figure if you do WANNA try mindful eating if you often of diets sort of restrict the different foods or say into for example which means you can only eat within time windows the day? This is more about just appreciating not moment chewing thoroughly eating in silence. None of these distractions around you try. It's give it a go. See what you think and let us know really interested to find out if there's something that you think thing you'd be able to stick with long-term rovner dot. SA So hope that shed some light on mindful eating again. Let us know if you are enjoying the short daily episodes and make sure to subscribe to the pawsox awesome. Get some notification whenever we released new episodes. Hope you're enjoying. Make sure it's click five stars if you will and we'll see you very soon.

terrence Dan twenty minutes
Discipline and Devotion {Part 3 of 3}

The Mindful Minute

31:42 min | 1 year ago

Discipline and Devotion {Part 3 of 3}

"In West this podcast reported from my live Monday night. Meditation US where we have a brief discussion followed by twenty nine guided meditation. You're listening to the mindful minute meditations created for every day joy I'm Merrill Net Mama meditators and Co owner of sacred talking about is a translation of a teaching that I read in a book called the way of the pilgrim in things that are like a mass tragedy that doesn't involve you directly and room so the way of the pilgrim was written by a Russian Christian monk who was a one in mindfulness can really easily speak to the more logical brain right it's a very clear path that doesn't ask out you can practice mindfulness truly just for the logical benefits to your brain however as we travel this path possible to say I'm just going to ignore it asks you to feel and in some ways that that feels more painful in some ways more connected and I didn't talk about devotion until now straight up because truth be told more discipline kind of person right for any on the surface doesn't ask for any level of spirituality and you don't have to go that route I would be very bold and just jump into devotion on its own as a whole because if you'll notice the first to like we see that that has shown up is that things that are painful are more painful and I don't mean that in a horrible way but in some ways more alive more beautiful definitely it becomes a deeper feeling practice so as we practice you can't help but notice these interesting softening that occur in terms of perhaps your original inclination would be I'm going to turn off the news I'm going to go get a pedicure I'm GonNa turn on Taylor swift like what can I do to distract myself from the hard there's going on just the country over for mine or wherever it might be the neighborhood over from mine I'm not going to engage and as we practiced Growing your level of compassion might you just not the way that that often shows up at least in my experience the my upbringing and so I know some of US grew up or currently have religious practices that feel very deep and real and important their lives amazing some of us have none some of us are curious in my develop down the road all of these are welcome under the umbrella of mindfulness when we talk of devotion what were we're along the way whether you want to call that spirituality or not and so I'm specifying I'm GonNa speak from the Lens of my upbringing which was nonreligious that was is this awakening this path of being more present and more connected it becomes almost impossible to continue doing that it becomes almost ceasing and when I read that in the in the lens of mindfulness what I heard was practice being awake without ceasing durer rights we was not in a monastery he was he was a like a forest yogi wandering and the only teaching he received from his teacher was pray without right and that in itself asks of us a level of devotion so as you know mindfulness originally like the very rich channel teachings came from the Buddha crack this is not buddhist meditation but it was distilled from this path and so the teaching goes it's kind of danced around it right breath is a practice of devotion which is legitimate we talked about equanimity as a practice between discipline and devotion legitimate whether you call it prayer whether it feels spiritual or not our devotion is one of minute by minute day by day being awake some of his students said to the Buddha are you a god and he said no I'm not and then they said well are you just a regular person like me and he said no I'm not and they said well who are you and he said I'm awake that was the teaching and that's the type of devotion that were practising right and his I thought about how I wanted to talk about this and how I experienced in my own life a couple perfectly serendipitous things pop up one of which was a morning prayer that I read I'm not kidding from three different spin ritual traditions almost the exact same words I mean they were slightly off but almost identical words from three different traditions offering the same way to start your day and it goes something like this I am mortal and therefore in the nature of being Tim Portal today and she in herself is a stunning writer but she does the most interesting reviews if you WANNA call the day I die realizing that this might be so what can I do this day to make a difference in the world for good what can I them reviews of books and they're very deep and unusual and thought provoking so she just road on Pico Eire's book called Autumn Light so he's writing about impermanent and this time of year when the leaves are falling the colors are changing and what Maria road what she wrote was that this time of year in this nature of permanence it reminds us to cherish the beauty of life not despite its perishability but hubs of it because the permanence of things is what confers preciousness and sweetness upon them and so as we think about due this day to make a difference in the world for good and then does anybody read brain pickings you know this newsletter okay so brain pickings is an email newsletter it is incredible if you don't subscribe to it it is worse subscribing to its written by a woman named Maria Papova I am watching my daughter's first birthday creep up on us and talk about grasping y'all I am so upset what is it within this practice that asks us to pray without ceasing or be awake without ceasing it's the idea that this is the moment this is the moment can I enjoy this moment and not worry about the next so we're going to practice together and the last thing I want to say about practices we get started today this practice infusing it with ominous say stronger but watch that word so it asks us to pay more attention how about that it asks us to pay ocean infusing it with a sense of permanently awake ceasing Lee awake a comes from very what every minute is just the standalone minute and then it's gone and the practice asks us to accept that right this is a practice of not deep concentration and I think truthfully I meditated for about three years before I gave it my all creation sometimes it's boring and you're like I'm tired I had a long day today right I fought with our H. Fat company Rasping so as sweet and perfect and wonderful as a moment is we have to practice saying this moment is amazing and I know it's going to change more attention so that even sooner than you might normally you're like no come back to the breath that's not what we're doing right now him claiming this practice as mine and it asks us to be a little bit somewhat comfortable to begin with if you're at home you can sit in a chair with your legs uncrossed feet flat on the floor wherever we might be today whatever happened earlier in the day and they'd be like Oh yeah I should come back to the breath and then maybe I'd get a really good idea for something I was GonNa do later and I'd like really think and I didn't know that I was doing that right I thought like I'm I'm a meditative meditating but I would sit on the cushion and I you know I do the instructions hey in this moment will let her hands rest down onto our lap palms face down letting your eyes drift softly close if you choose an open easy inhales and exhales for a moment and as we started today I just today that's what I did and I'm tired so I'm gonNA close my eyes and music relaxing it feels good we're all he you know but it's not zoning out it's feeling the breath that is actual teaching and practice thing to do so do it yeah let's try this again there so if you already had your legs cross take a moment to UN crusher legs crossing in the opposite direction make sure you feel blood flowing into the side absolutely you're able to pick them up later but just for now just for the this is what's happened today this is what's weighing on my mind or sitting on my shoulders right we have to be a little bit firmer with our guidance and ask ourselves to really like hone your concept denies soft gaze at the ground together as a group here deepen Helen axe head I invite you to take a moment to notice what's going on for you just take a moment to acknowledge like things we don't have to push them away or lock them in a box but you might just gently see if you can rest and our breath let's go could just sign kinda silently call it out to yourself and setting the intention just silently say to yourself now is my time to meditate elko we'll do this once again so in Hanley now is my time to meditate it like this is my last baby and she's one we're out of this phase of our lives and every practice every morning the practices nice to relax feeling a gentle lifting up and lengthening your spine twenty minutes together see what you can set to the side I feel my breath and I'd start to like go down whatever path my mind would go down and I'd kind of go down it for a while right I write the to do list right stew over perhaps you can feel his softening down through your throw and we don't have to disregard these days gradually the belly relaxes with that you feel yourself really settle into your skin letting go through the muscles of the face pilion foreheads smooth and broad maybe spreading or melty owner of chess maybe inviting in in a sense of softening her letting go here you might be able to lengthen the back of your neck of it the skin around the eyes let's go I an into your seat allowing your hips and your thighs for a moment maybe you feel down the lane of the arms just noticing their weight aw okay welcome to the third and final installment of our discipline and devotion series and I thought for this last one that for a while and then come back to the you know and then the bell would ring and I'd be on my merry way but there comes a point when you say you know what this is my path aw out across the collar bodes just as sensitive noticing the way your hands rest so the next few breaths feeling through the Aw lips jaw the tongue roll relaxing St- allowing your breath to move a bit deeper into the belly uh every sensation of breathing now the way that we're able to sit still and braff this is where your awareness rest heat and still soften it's a loving but firm reminder to be awake without CC and as we settle into a time of silence awake without ceasing PR- Abyss Bre I feel so much move the way that we're able to sit upright come back and feel the braff so you feel every sensation of breathing in now this one uh whatever else arises in the way of Distraction Noy just do our gentle best to keep feeling the breath to remain uh wherever it is that you can most feel uh uh uh uh aw uh uh aw aw hello mm-hmm uh and it's in this moment that we begin to feel our breath uh aw aw aw Uh Uh uh UH UH UH UH UH UH UH uh aw mm-hmm Sir Aw Aw uh aw Uh Aw UH UH UH UH exhale clearing it away thank you all so much for sharing your practice with me today it was an honor breath by breath we begin to since the fullness of this moment uh uh aw perhaps one of devotion finished together with the final breath deep in Jalan if you drifted away where you win the sense of a smile and softness guiding yourself back just to feel this one aw uh yourself for carving out time for this practice one of Stolnis one of waking up mm-hmm aw hello breath just naturally deepen taking a moment to notice are to be here with you know I'm a stay thanks for listening to the mindful minute you can. Aw Aw aw and more about me by visiting our net dot com for bonus meditations tips and a little bit of babies band follow me on Instagram at Merrill are next again where seated tall and a week pounds press together in front of the heart like a prayer bowing your Chin down taking a moment to honor I know breath in and how the bit of extra length in our spine now so that once.

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Badass Unscripted - How To Break A Slump

Badass Agile

07:11 min | 1 year ago

Badass Unscripted - How To Break A Slump

"Greetings everybody welcome back to another episode of bad ass unscripted this week wanna talk about an experience i had read just couldn't get my mojo back before we do that let me remind you about assets all dot com and sign up for that weekly newsletter from which you can get twice weekly inspirations from my ever progressing book few notes and he adds a leader but you could also get access to my weekly inspiration in mindset videos about central dot com scroll down look on the right side there the sign up for a while you're at it you could ask a question that all answer in an upcoming episode of the podcast right let's dig it when you're slumping i had a particularly bad weekend for no good reason motivation non existent my attitude is all wrong everything i know about the right mindset about the bass way of being and living just wasn't there my mind my body everything goes wrong slump we'll have him right over me this went on for a couple of days were being honest it might have even gone for a longer yesterday was failing all over the place but i mean my creativity were down my energy was down i just wasn't in the game like i normally am and i could feel the difference when it happens the risk is we think that a slump is something undefinable mystical without explanation reason we won't look for better ways to try to steer sells out of it consciously so there's anything i can do observational lay that would create some interesting tipster techniques that you could use so that when you're slumping when i'm slumping in the future weaken walker ourselves out of it faster there this morning i got up and nothing was any different than yesterday but i made some subtle changes i couldn't tell you which among these work so i'm just gonna keep trying until they come up with the right formula now all of these things were things that i would have suspected it but i really feel like doing any of that so i know in my mind what it takes to perform well how do i get myself in the flow and it's not there when you're slumping you don't wanna do any of and that's the problem so here's what i noticed word number one set some new goals i spent the morning researching some trends news things in my industry where maybe i could point mike compass for the future you know maybe part of the slump came from the fact that oh no and a lot of ways i'm kinda over at joe do the same thing dane and day and even though it's really exciting and inspiring to me sometimes when you keep walking the same pack you wear down a little bit of a group a bit of a rep there so i spent a little time searching some key words and looking at some possibilities were could go with this what could be next new topics new areas of exploration for the podcast and the next thing that i did with settling in surround myself with inspiration my own best advice so i get email updates from my favorite podcasts my favorite producers for the content that tends to work for me so i dug around and you know one of them's just there was nothing interesting there was looking through the list of recent episodes and pope and a cherry pick something that would really shattered my pattern in turn me around just wasn't there so i went to another one this guy his name is louis house if you don't know the school of greatness podcast check it out it's really good this really cool episode and it was about breath that was just the he wrote it up you know kind of his after after the fact summary of the podcast i thought that sounds worth listening to and i listened to and i got really pumped up and it got really inspires really great surround yourself with inspiration if you don't subscribe to a bunch of podcast caster you two channels where you will have some favorite books but you turn to frequently for inspiration i mean you can start with mine deal not through that leader but you don't have to go wherever they inspiration fits free know who it is and go get some so i listen to that the next two things were things i didn't do normally a traitor organize my day in my week did that yesterday but honestly i got up today i just didn't feel like following any rules were following any process so i didn't organize my day i didn't say any particular objectives what i did instead we just knock some stuff off my list and normally my advice is be like a good product on her prioritized backlog kennel you're teams to take stuff out of the list from wherever they can't just go for the cheapest things the fastest things the highest profile things i gotta go for the most important high value targets but if i'm being honest the highest value targets for my week didn't entrust me so do i just knocked a couple of things off my list they gave me a sense of accomplishment doing a couple of things getting a few things done as funny because it goes right against my rule of highest value targets first but when you're not following you gotta break some rules gotta do whatever works right and the next thing i did have some great conversations with rape people a few people in my network that whenever i talk to them they make me feel better about myself they make me better just like great books great podcast great videos go find those people engage them talk to her few minutes if you have to tell them you're slumping his what they'll do for you is they will affirmed the things that you already know but you can't access when you're funk by the time i had done all of those things which took probably about an hour into the end today everything changed as ready to go the creativity found just kind of both open right up five podcast ideas and probably will be twenty minutes went back to my high value targets and all of a sudden i felt good about visiting the prioritizing women executing on get some real movement in my day i got more done in the next half hour but i probably got done in the past five days so the lesson here is when you're slumping stretch that means reach freer sources of inspiration break you're flowing you're patterns don't prioritize like you know you should get some stuff checked off your list so you can feel good break the mold set some new goals get out of your rut look towards a different future inlet that inspire you and then get these affirmations and reminders from the people but you value to remind this is temporary this to will pass neutrino what have you mojo back tried it and let me know if it works for you guys thank you for being true believers you can find me on instagram at joe on twitter at bad ass underscore

twenty minutes five days
Zoe Braiterman  AI, ML, AppSec, and a dose of data protection

Application Security PodCast

26:03 min | 1 year ago

Zoe Braiterman AI, ML, AppSec, and a dose of data protection

"Zoe braverman isn't innovation intelligence strategist focused on both machine in human and also the old wasp women in apps that chair we explore the intersection of application security with artificial intelligence and machine learning and we end up discussing data protection along the way the way approaches apps from a different angle and her perspective gets us thinking about the importance of apps sec in the future of autonomous everything i wanna take a moment to introduce you to security journey as security journey we believe security is every developers job we work with our customers to help them build long term sustainable security culture amongst all their developers are approaches to provide security education that is conversational quick hands is on hand fun we don't do lectures instead we let the experts talk about what's important modules are quick ten to twenty minutes in length we believe in hands on experiments builder in breaker style but allow developers to put what they learn in the action and lastly fun draining doesn't have to be boring we make it engaging in front of the developers visit www dot security journey dot com to sign up for a free trial of the security dojo v application security podcast here we have only more more more more hey folks welcome back to be application security podcast this is chris romeo one of the co host of the podcast an i'm also the ceo of security journey an another co host is right here with me hey robert what's up hey chris yeah says rubber hurlbert threat mulling architect glad to be here today awesome well we are joined today by zoe braverman aunt zoe is here to talk with us specifically about artificial intelligence and machine learning but i'm sure we're gonna talk about a lot of different things in the world of apps sex so the way which is everybody who comes on knapsack podcast here we always ask what is your security origin story if there is a comic book about zoe in her career into security what is that episode number one of that comic book look like a well so i tried to enter the failed and data science science off through new york city meet up scenes projects in teams etc but i realized that every project they tried to start working on i would be asking way too many questions beforehand and i learned that that's a big important part at sex so that's where i decided that and get in the acc sec so where did you go so you did study shows computer science or did you studied in social security or anything in university then no i studied business yes but actually saw a lot of 'em very nice relevance you know from managerial economics to app sec in terms of studying the structures of communication and the different context an organizational prophecies and you're you're involved with is something that a all it's it's hard not to love in the world of apps sick and that is hoa splits here involvement in the world of oh lost oh 'em so i'm a member of the brooklyn chapter and i also chair the woman apps that committee building endeavor city into this wonderful community that we have globally we've talked to somebody other folks we've had been the non has been on the show before and jesse so you work wiz all three of you work together to promote these women have sex robots yes along with catherine gita and laura diana on on officers side and a bunch of other 'em committee members in participants who contribute regularly and we actually have to two women starting a london chapter next week which is wonderful very cool so i guess the the topic that we want us to discuss today was artificial intelligence and machine learning and what is lee application to application security for these two very transformative types of of things that are happening in industry right now and so as i was telling you before we started here i i don't know a whole lot about artificial intelligence and machine learning 'em probably know enough to be dangerous which is true about a lot of different topics i think robert nosal quite a bit more about this and i do so maybe before we start let's let's get a definition when we say artificial intelligence and then we say machine learning give us some the definitions of those things kind of from your perspective in 'cause i feel like a lot of people get these two things confused they think they're just like threatened risk they think it's the same thing so what is artificial intelligence machine learning a so artificial intelligence implies as autonomy and 'em yeah just the autonomous prophecies in machine learning is a you know training a specific model to continue to recognize classify pacify excetera some you know some type of data enabled the act accordingly so where does the terminator food in the terminator fits into which category here from their tax you haven't seen that so look it yeah it's like the first i dunno robbers that the first time artificial intelligence ever made its way into the the big screen in hollywood a maybe hal actually way back and say you know you're you know you're going way back but i'm but i'm i didn't actually see it when it first came out it was probably i was alive but you were car you're young is what you're saying there yes yes but but that's why the example of that yeah how how from two thousand and one and then right urban ater from new york fischel intelligence so inside so okay so so so you said so a ton of miss process from artificial intelligence this is kind of what would you think about so we say autonomous process that truly means it can operate on its own i'd ask her specific application or for a specific type of process you know it initiated with you know input output units in depending on the model of the year the neural net excetera 'em some of them have input output but end forget gates for example a an email question mr sized a bunch when you see the robots on i guess one of those likely terminator nato allies i haven't seen that so what are some examples of how hey i is being applied today just in general maybe not even in the role of security but just in general where where people trying to use computer vision 'em various models what whether it be recognition of certain features or also feature learning a general tivoli could generate new i you know data types their data structures whether it be an image or or or some sort of sequential data forever predictive analytics some stock prices market trends excetera a natural language processing and i'll pay you pay a you know including sentiment analysis so it's not specifically naturally syntax yes i think one of the one of the big examples but i see see thrown out when we talk about artificial intelligence is this idea of the self driving car and even the self driving truck that's pulling be heavy load filled with stuff that's being shipped from be west coast to the east east coast or whatever and so when i think about the threat modeled it goes into the whole this whole idea of self driving cars makes me wanna leave my house but at least you know they're not they're not as they're not as much of any kind of reality at this point but it seems like that's or going in seems like there's just when we talk about the threat landscape that's brought about about by artificial intelligence seemed like they were were opening ourselves up to a whole lot of new risk in the future so what do you think about that oh definite role her you know it it keeps training a one input output or you know one one step at a time and again the concrete example one inaccurate label and you that can be influenced by adversaries her example then goes on to the next input and output layer and so from there they have a bunch of different controls old moving forward and it's similar to a threat modeling you know risk trees but also every step that's kind of scary and mystical and the news take that you know apply every very upset cop on concept and then you know keep it continuously end connected in you know with all the i o t devices and in the industrialized e i t a man smart cities and you know everything in it and increasingly connected and complex world what else can go wrong i guess there's like the sky's the limit for what could actually go round two were talking about these new truck this new tech well so what about machine learning this is actually a real thing that when i think of machine learning this is what i think of so when i travel the world or the greater or i dunno east coast the united states and i get to a hotel and i give my car and they swipe my card and they say i'm sorry you're cards been denied and all of a sudden they get a text message from my bag but says hey are you really in such and such location because you didn't tell us if you if you were is an example of machine learning what it could be you know definitely some involved like for example assuming acsi was you're bank a than they probably could have had waves were in flying such data that's not always accurate is accurate but a you know based on the statistical models but then also you know predictably you know in france tore the next inputs so that's one of the differences of the i guess you know typical statistical model linked to machine learning learning model in which can be again applied the unseen not yet seen inputs to generate such assumptions and because you know it's face and a lot of complex big data to keep up with you know competitors excetera in this world so then the sun thinking go wrong as with any kind of you know statistical model which is you know far beyond a you know the you know like a computer architecture or computer science that at the end of the day it is a projection that's on the machine learning right so again even assuming that it was their bank because there's there's always the possibility you know fishing cetera or any sort of social engineering i'm just taking out that is certainly i recognize that is a risk but i'm i'm taking that out of out of play and saying hey you know if i if if we can say for sure it is actually the bank than yeah i mean is that is that an example is is really see the bank system is actually kind of applying this idea of machine learning like are they gonna remember in the future when i go that same location because we data the data set got smarter and smarter is the right word but got better as a result of them tracking my existing visit their end is that is that machine learning if it does if the system does get makes it better decision about whether i'm actually they're based on past data oh 'em past data 'em as well as you know infringes from free sample combined preferences for consumers so really you know getting those behavioral economics models for example in aggregating then using pick you know you're you're connected devices as well as you know all those models combined and it's obviously not not all open source when it comes to the big players 'em but a some combination of that is likely behind it would also could make it wrong sometimes so not necessarily always an adversary say although i wouldn't exactly say that you know the corporations corporations or you know removing some of our privacy rights are necessarily on adversarial but yeah i guess it depends on what side you fall in but yeah there's there's definitely some privacy constraints shuster legitimate legitimate companies that do business with his wealth that we wouldn't listed as an adversary per say but when you think about how they usually are data like maybe maybe this maybe this isn't adversarial relationship i mean i mean that adversarial is it's a spectrum you know it's non non binary it just depends on the context it's true that is true so when we think about artificial intelligence machine learning and apps sec and how these two things kind of relate what other uses of artificial intelligence starting the start with their when you know what do you see is kind of the ways artificial intelligence could be used used in the field that presentable how a pen tester has to you know get into the minds of a non ethical hacker end do the saying you know similar process and try to put themselves in those shoes shoes 'em so kind of you know again first of all you know trying to imagine an you know put into thread modeling for example and i'm sure robert you could speak more on this from a but if you get that kind of insight into the threat model but also in terms of what the adversary might be doing but also tried a generator own models first so kind of you know to get their first let's try try to get their first similar to you know the idea of you know of offensive security you know creating model suggest generally do that and then you know apply some some game theory for example generative ab adversarial networks x 'em where you'd say it's essentially generation of opponents andrei you know in trying to kind of beat each other additives zero sum game 'em but tried of a fly similar models on our side as well to you know to get their first and i imagine on the defensive side might be on the radar at some point to really be able to automate that more and more in in atlanta's scale it out past framework architecture so we think about artificial intelligence from the pen testing perspective it is it is it the case where will will eventually get software software will create software that's better at finding vulnerabilities as a result of the fact that it's the software itself can apply some type of autonomous decision making in data collection process and an developed new mechanisms there is that it almost seems like science fiction he to me like this is a movie it's you know like a movie where there's a large robot coming back from the future to try extinguish humanity or something but i think that movies are dismayed but what timmy so so like what what kind of what do you see as really the kind of use case for this is it is it the pen tester being able to just have smarter sophomore so i guess all sides of the development teams have having smarter software a one should hope 'em and also i guess bringing in data science and maybe maybe you know there's future for specific you know type of apps have training specifically for the data scientists whose job it is to essentially scale everything out and create these models and try to make sure that everyone's on the same page of that similarly and maybe a little bit separately from the rest of the development team 'em where where the security trainer comes in or 'em on them in terms of that side as well and then you know the the human element side there might also be new opportunities and in in new needs seen for that but yeah i so in terms of the the the methodology itself trying to make them you know count for more more future threats and also also in the defensive side and the scaling side i kinda maybe new opportunities her ex kennel tools and then excetera so then just machine learning do that make something different is far as you know the other different potential use cases for machine learning and uptick in a lot of machine learning techniques in terms of just you know automating processing either essentially a machine learning but it just in terms how much is scaling and i can't speak for any other out sec team in what you know what they do necessarily but a yeah just i guess continuing to scale it a using no from various angles i think about you know some ways i've seen it used just and industry a how you know we talked about i think he talked about advertising marketing and how they figure out are buying patterns and so some of the most interesting articles i've read in in security in relation to machine learning is just gathering all that data about attacks and trying to understand how they actually work and then how do you find the patterns and then how do you look for the patterns a new attacks in and try to turn what's the attack and what's not and and so i think that's really really interesting i mean certainly one of the things i found an and as you talk about this is a take we are here where we are because of the fact we have better machines faster processing we have tons and tons and tons of data now a we have way through but we have machines that can do it in memory in resources sources and so on and so that's how we hear a and i think he'll get better but also 'em were just gonna see it happen more and more gonna be using it more and more i don't think there's hardly an industry that it's not touching now and certainly i think we could benefit from that in security which some of the things we were just mentioned there about finding attacks in in trying to get ahead of the game if you will definitely an making sensor specific a potential attack since you know the specific modeling in the specific 'em yeah i mean all the details and 'em trying to make them more more and more specific and then one more kind of different ways to play with the components were in those models staffer role so you mentioned kind of i guess a different perspective than i was even thinking about when we first started the conversation i was thinking about ayako machine learning kind of from the perspective of how does thee apps sec team u's you know how how could you potentially use these technologies to do apps act better or make apps like easier and you actually made reference to the fact that data science is teams need apps sec to be built in almost the other side of the coin from what i'm thinking about and that is the importance of apps second best practices and all the things of oh us being boiled into these new artificial intelligence machine learning products and things are being done in different industries that need for that solid set of best practices to make sure that when have self driving cars we could have some amount of assurance that they are in fact not remote control vehicles they are you know they they they they have solid security architecture that's gone into the bathroom out role yeah and they make sure that you know had aids i guess says a new automated processing is that a proper controls are taken at each of them in trying to track a sit out the entire training of the models 'em and all of that in need also for various services that enforcement within the organization where a where could folks find you if they want to kind of continue this conversation about aisha machine learning knapsack oh wasp last we're limited up six where's the best place for them to find you in a continue the conversation 'em i suggest starting with twitter so it's really brennaman z t r i p e r n land and she saw on twitter i reference terrible loss where but i also go by armed security in a human machine seen intelligence strategists because i i really believe in in in the the human alice element in the collaboration behind all of this hurts we continued it progressed so yes so they brennaman on twitter just one other thing i'm curious about their any kind of references resources things that you kind of have is go to resources for the nl that you'd point out one of a kind of draw attention to for audience i follow combination of you know academic references an open source references an you know i i guess colleagues you know doing various a applications of m l in industry free as well 'em also being able and looking at different frameworks 'em that are out there you know getting into the specifics about what types of data they using what types of models and no the application the china sea really i guess dig deeper a you know into into the underlying a component sesame used first various parts of up sick so i guess any last words for audience about this topic be very very conscious as a user and i just you know keep learning in you know within the community in everything on on their professional fad yes basic here even more important now that is definitely true missouri thank you for taking the time to speak with us today in a we look forward to continuing you in the conversation on twitter andy wherever the conversation goes so catch you knew that you know wasp event maybe even a loss in washington dc and so once again things that you don't care about thanks for listening to the application security podcasts are intro music is eight but kung fu by morning tj and are out tro music is southern delight by stefan carton berg you'll find the show on twitter at apple podcasts or on the web at www

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[Announcement] Creativity, Compassion, and the Coronovirus

Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

01:08 min | 8 months ago

[Announcement] Creativity, Compassion, and the Coronovirus

"Hulo Friends Ben here. Quick announcement that we are going to be postponing the release of the rest of our series. Why I stayed why I left for a little bit because it's really clear that this is not the most pressing issue on people's minds right now. I was talking with Helene Merrill at the center this last weekend and we were noting how faith communities in faith leaders are still struggling with ways to our organize themselves in this current virus moment but also how to be grounded respond with creativity and compassion to their neighbors. And so this week the bts and I are going to be releasing here on reports a series of one introductions to how you in your community can respond creatively and compassionately to our corona virus. Moment will be talking with people. But how do you be a good neighbor? How do you stay? Spiritually grounded the one on ones are switching your community to an online space and more sustained. Those conversations are all going to be really short twenty minutes or less so you can listen. You'll have some links and you'll be able to go out and do the great work in your community so stay tuned for that. All those conversations are going to be coming out this week on reports from the spiritual frontier.

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Ep. 546 - Trent365! - Hotel App Promotion Opportunity

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 546 - Trent365! - Hotel App Promotion Opportunity

"His the massive promotional opportunity. Many hotel spas are missing. So just downloaded the Marriott app again for a trip for recent trip that I'm on. And I realized that there is just so much functionality inside of that app if they to exploited for promotions of the spa, in fact of any business inside of the hotel, and it's something I spoke about backing episode three fifty nine of this show where we talked about the idea of hotel loyalty programs or hotel, apps being a great opportunity for the parties to promote this of, to advertise on essentially, but what I didn't quite realize I don't think until just now is how much the internal business units within the hotel missing that promotional opportunity because if you think about it like I was in the taxi on the way from the airport to the hotel, I was on the app for fair amount of time because I wanted to try and checking while I was in transit. I also then had to chat with the hotel because I had some questions about the chicken time. And so I was there for a fair amount of time, probably twenty minutes on and off the app. It would've been a great opportunity for the, the spa or the restaurant, or somebody to send me some sort of provoked promotional message within the app, and you control at the hotel controls it doesn't have to be true save. And then after ordered some room service, it would have been great opportunity to maybe invite me to the by for a drink for a cocktail, or whatever. Well, maybe the spot come on down for treatment. So I think there's a big up because I know a lot of people out. They watching this listening to these are people who work within the big hotel groups. And so if you've got a spy within those big hotel groups go and talk to the IT department, going talk to the marketing department and seem what you can do to try and promote your business, your spa, or maybe your restaurant, whatever the business Unity's within the app because, as a consumer being in that app, it's the place I wanna be for that ten twenty minutes now that I'm back in the hotel. I donate it so much. But when I'm out again, on might be backing it. So I think the big opportunity for promotion of your spa, or whatever business unit you have within the hotel lies within the app itself. Lot of people going there. That's where a lot of eyeballs are. And so that's what you really should be and could be very nicely already. That's today. Thanks for tuning and I will be back again. Mara. So, yeah. Wayne in. You're just walked in.

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Moment(s) of the Day (5/20/20)

Boomer & Gio

02:41 min | 5 months ago

Moment(s) of the Day (5/20/20)

"We'RE GONNA go off script here a little bit and change the format if you will. We're going to start with a moment end with a moment. How about that. Because I think it's important to know that when the booms gets up and walks away sometimes. The show does go on earlier. We were talking about Flip Cup and he decided you know what I'm going to see if I can figure this out and the show went on you do the update. I'M GONNA go get a Red Solo do this. You got it absolutely Dick in the mud wants to have some funnel ask give us some death numbers on the TV when you come. People died a Flip Cup injuries or drinking too much. Well that by the way could be out there. That is positive because it does and can get out of hand depending upon what you're drinking and how much you where's the governor. On the flip cubby really dropped the ball with that other played flip company nursing homes. Boy That's what you missed Solo. So they moment of the day but I have another one coming up in. This is where you get very excited. Geo took issue with the boss calling him out for boomer taking a deeper dive into the new schedule. Select our show. Now you see you see what I'm saying. I don't know if it's GonNa Affect our show. We'll be good will be good. I need I need well this could actually. I don't I like angry. Jerry angry has cranky and has some energy timeout tired at angry G. Who who brought this up? Who brought this up this morning? Just just now this whole thing about Jerry. Working normal updates. Who wrote it up right right? If I sat here and said a word about him continuing I just said did you ask. Because boomer's said were you told and I all I said. Did you ask that was it but boomer brought it up boomer was now stirring the pot talk about money going out of pocket and I get a text from the boss saying why are you doing this I am I doing. I listened to beginning of this show did was kiss their ass for twenty minutes for them over. You got the wrong number man there. You go double dose. Today's Thursday now Wednesday Thursday weight Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday. All right very good Jerry. We'll talk to you tomorrow.

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Canelo Kovalev Preview + Prediction, Prograis Taylor Recap, Anthony Joshua Weight Loss + More

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

1:05:11 hr | 1 year ago

Canelo Kovalev Preview + Prediction, Prograis Taylor Recap, Anthony Joshua Weight Loss + More

"Welcome fights to talk about today before we jump into it though I wanNA get a quick shout out to my bookie they'll match you with you'll have two thousand Tibet with a lot of good fights coming up we're GONNA checkout Teddy's audio book releasing Monday November Fourth Atlas from the streets go to Amazon dot com in preorder now if you've read the book a lot of the additional content say there you put it to good use in Camp I saw a couple of times got a couple progress fight the Brits are going to be happy with this can we just discuss this Sunday morning you'll you'll see I really thought program I think one guy had fifteen twelve interestingly and one guy had it like seventeen saved the twelfth round to tailor those role I had no problem with the with him haven't I mean one those last two rounds showed the heart of a champion it's more time left that he was gonna take control fight yet you know it was a little too little too late then type late in the fight of those two routes especially the love at the five remember crack that's right it was tell I thought he wanted to find yeah I have no problem with them when and like I said I thought owed tremendous respect for each other after the fight but man what a fight awesome candidate in a bigger taller longer guy would use that reach advantage early more negated but I thought that to use the JEB dictate distance draw a line in the sand so to speak in I also thought and I said in the breakdown when we did that podcasts with this is to tell not only told a logger but maybe more physical and that to say a lot of times when I was broadcast on ESPN at ringside and Champa the world from Ireland I work with mcguigan some when bullfights and I feel that his son has really buttoned up I thought it would be a real good fighter was a real good fight a one do you make them do you make the right choice you made a choice to go inside early and he did that and he maintained it and again he he I thought two he got his head on the side where it was taking care defense and he was able it was a fight who the NIP and Tuck both guys of fighting his way who's GonNa give I who's going to give an inch and newsworthy talked about before that length that Jeb that height surprise undecided pro grace that he didn't use his legs more early because mentioned he was pretty conventional he was pretty standard who's pretty button-down he was he was shape we applaud because it was terrific fight he decided to be that blue collar ah he didn't he didn't show that dimension that you know hey got legs I was more destroyed Arrow in this one and right they're fighting the eight drive and if I was calling a fight when I was watching it I remember making a I saw a change where all of a sudden programs did decide to use as like he took confession it was more of what I like to say sometimes when I was doing a broadcast at ringside out of here I I need to get out of here he again he made a concession can I say DOC Middle Rounds Eight through ten he said I let off the gas and like tried to change things up acknowledge away because the guy was topped he goes I wouldn't have tried to use the legs and move outside it took the last two rounds in my opinion maybe I know a little bit about what maybe but yeah that's how I sort of I was at ringside that's what I would have said I would have dad's yeah because body shown the truth and he's taking it outside and watch and it's a it's like we talk about getting a shot of adrenaline it's a shot this where you're in a race you want a lot of big races oh you're running nip and Tuck with the guy and uman don't opted can do little things like surge a few steps and see if he comes with you if he doesn't is those things too casual fan might not even pick up on that but same thing with running this to try to respond and like no no no I'm going with you want to see that staggering the lakes Oh graphic you know I'm not saying you have to hide the kids right now but that guy maybe sometimes he goes to spit and the spread comes on him Yup do you WanNa know war not just a battle but but you went into war and and so and you just kind of confirmed it by what the fight himself sent you so and he started going after him even more you know once you saw that that window of get if I was ringside this is how I would describe it at startled to look like a dog could you know I it's going to call back as I it's it's a cat you know yeah I didn't the dog yeah it's GonNa be chomping he's going to have some for bowls for balls in his throat as it got late I said this must be a Siamese cat away usually not accused of being too mellow in my way that was something to see this programs he special to and all of a sudden man he comes back anyway you just barely eking out I mean it's like all of a sudden he transformed kazman up so it shouldn't even use that stupid but you know I got to be what turned out but he did and he he away he want he wanted definitively Oh yeah and then eleven to twelve to both those they had it thirteen fifty had had tell the you know and and walking on eggshells and being afraid to say some way that on his scorecard changed dramatically uh-huh listen if you know we know about uncles and aunts so we won't go there he saw the advantage of being a more physical guy he got that advantage but then pro terrific fight what I'm glad about also it didn't come down to a Oh you know he's progress never get out of there with a decision I didn't come I tell you you got Ramirez I who locations that could be possible normally that's not the case mm to make it make sense financially but now Scotland where where but you know it's a funny story I if I may a good writer really good righties from London and he does a podcast and he asked me if I would I said I love those people across the pond and stuff and you know for the things which is true they don't have the competition that we have over here with Lebron James in London who Joshua's if you go down the street here and as idea star there and that way and I joke with them and say you know you guys got sockeye now they're probably GonNa put me on dartboard guess what they did I I mean you talked about rob you talk about segue into something and teddy didn't I took in Camp I know Clo- has the signatures doc I've got a I've got a list so true uh-huh I look like I suppose to be flattering I guess Oh my goodness I can't that's from that's from Brandon Mitchell in Bournemouth he told me he went into a pub you know I don't know uh-huh wow I know people listen to this they're going to be like oh no dots please no that's one thing I'm GONNA put my foot down with that nobody's uh-huh and they get the list for Nice I'm GonNa talk to just look at it look at it and say that study that's that's all bloke nobody will throw it so you've got Richie woodhall the world WBZ Hugh I know James Why does you can in seventy one and in one thousand nine hundred ninety lost Guay Alexis Arguello in Bendall Bournemouth middleweight champion Ebrahim later Ricky Hatton a rookie yeah Tony Bellew again it wasn't that Nice isn't that awful Nice as good people love wow we're in Philly to Philadelphia then I had to go and send it to raw we've had it here and I was probably is the darn because I can't believe you brought it up literally Robin waiting all day to give this to you and you're like oh I while we were in Philly Froma Russell pels his office on twitter within an hour teddy was yeah I mean people do get information out there any way listen to wrap up the Taylor pro they've fought Ramirez the option I didn't finish my thought on that good fight really would be a good fight an interesting fight in London because of the money now because Ramirez Draws Fresno yeah you know it's always good to fight for something American following big and how interesting would it be I'm not saying this would happen but across the pond where they have thoughts and thought ports and good looking and the people just embrace them loan shackles and people love Them Love Lohman through an other way class don't think it's impossible I know he probably hit one more to go up boy that would be that's that'd be an interesting one to for also yeah and that would be that would be pretty interesting I auty wow and he you know he was an Olympian and he's got that pedigree site outside the ring as a champion but I saw them become a better fighter not war so I saw a guy who used intellectual maced testing to see that badge dope with Taylor who just WanNa fight against a really good fight on progress I he really interesting to see that fight and to yeah that would be a good one it sounds like that was that's a real possibility from the way the guy's so each other I saw video of them the day after the fight and they both look terrible I mean Taylor's suspectful I mean they would talk a craft and sell in the fight but it was like the kind of should be good battle good sportsmanship and onto the next one you know all credit to tell that's nice I he's really is a nice guy is he he's in in person he's a very one cannella moving up two weight classes he's already moved up a bunch since where he started sides of the coin he's still young but he turned probably was sixteen he's just what I was saying is just for a guy who's as young as he is and I'm going to check his exact age have they desperately wanted Cova live they would they were willing to wait to schedule a date for take the triple tree fight that's the problem canal Oh and triple g they haven't you go crazy and I get you you're right on the surface you're right but and not only be able to do it in a ring but be a good manager and a good match maker mm-hmm we want to move up two weight classes so in my mind the Cannella camp thinks you wanna be round except that crazy judge that had to be corrupt that I went a sport it hurt off fighters hurt the business yeah so I derail to to get some action by these commissions that Omni paid to protect the sport enter fighters so but so I'm I'm disgusted unbelievable and that's hard to balloon as Kovalev is doing mayweather and he is he's going to ability that a lot of could fight as half that that may with us that he it doesn't mean he's right right now but canal sees that that's right Nello Cannella see was he sees so for me under sixty million or whatever the heck of a lot a lot of Deniro and all was mentor to bring this subscription base has gone crazy not drawn him this fight is a fight that may be people get excited about so there's oh needed it they needed alleged gets even outweigh a look at the the final rating yeah try to say and this way of finishing strong so anemones earning it now and he's going to help them in a way that was meant I'm trying to call this stuff the way that people want you to call it and a flat out honest way me or breaks down in a mall weight accounts ah he's going into first of all yeah he's a small guy moving up S. guy boxers and he's got one foot out to toys deteriorate for sure you know I think the deal included two additional fights win or lose so fifteen media probably maybe mentally a foot out the door have put out the door that his pension plan came awed from London says close in the eighth route does close will be gone and he showed tremendous ought I say to get he showed illicit hot is hot and I applaud you better behaved like a fighter over there if you WANNA walk down the street the next day again you're going to get some Huawei behaved came back that night but if that fights not Russia get your and have canal oh younger if he can get in more I think he's got a good chance of finishing better than yard it I'll just leave aw Kovolev at this point in his career where we've seen them diminish a little really tough fight we took a lot of punches late in a fight and to jump back it could be the opposite first of all you have to take a rest before you go so he but to come back that quickly in this kind of fight after they did it in the old days but both guys doing it you're not going in Cannella was like fresh the fifty fights I mean you got a guy like Henry Armstrong had three of the fights it does now where you have a younger Guy Afresh Agai nine you got you got a scenario with everything I just explained he's gotTa deal with all of that so think is there any succor out there I know there's a sucker born every day I do thinks that Kovolev has any chance the biggest name causing boxing has been given three who thinks that Kovolev I mean it'd be the greatest he can pull that off really that he can get out of there with I know you love we gotta we gotta do it again but give them give them twenty minutes to I mean in this sport and this what so the end of we have people thinking of bigger guy small guy I actually think that you know he's not really the crusher so much as he was in some of those fights early on he he's who showed it recently and he showed it definitely in the last I think that he'll be the guy who's using size and I know that sounds Kovalev deteriorate like he did in a fight with yard possibly possibly stop them late I think he's going to stop them not to lay all is on your first deposit and I'm sure they'll have prop bets on every Ag Before we had one thing in the breakdown of that fight you have an old car an older car and you just took it on a long trip and take that call and they called back on a long trip you usually again you you'd Lsu because you change 'cause like people change truth I gotta get a new one you want to hear a funny stories that I got people thinking certain you're off and I swear to God there was a jeep dealership down the road I drove it on the flat tire six grand I'll sell it for nineteen I said you give me three for that jet and you gotta deal he's like done I said you don't buy new song sheet of plastic bag tarnaud ordering goes heck I think you were a new pair every day no I watched his socks put your right I never got talk about anybody who goes into you know how Stalingrad was one right by the Russians over I'd walk and it's true you can never have enough socks let me tell and we'll see was see whether or not the gaskets blow up and one opinion I I feel like we triple g-get old in that fight and he didn't look get an old curious to hear what you thought about that one well first of all he did look a little and he didn't stop doing what when he had to dig down when he entered throw more punches and we've talked about are fighting people know what goes on behind the curtain the things alive concern a guy to make excuses fighter he's a champion and now the guy is to turn he you know he went in there did a job didn't complain I thought technically from wait felt the way looked I would say that is to preserve the win but again this is boxing and the Marquee Guy's they give a lot of money and so again I what did I us from the network of please please so again do you really think he was a tough guy he was prepared for that fight dern maybe got old maybe we sick maybe there was some things we didn't know about but pitch to building it's it's wildlife it's it's the world you know it's nature upstream it's hard going upstream and that's what he earned everything that night here earned everything that night he was in there with a tough guy he kind of earned it but you don't have a pity party family they got paid very welcome very new and new champion of the world I won't be surprised if Cannella gets one anywhere canal is going to have to like they're going to have to fight at some point I think and how I heard Ken ride a say on the on the podcast at him and Teddy Atlas wanted anymore we've had where he'd be losing everyone because the people do want that fight very yeah at least he did that fight and maybe he's not maybe maybe you got him on a bed yeah I don't I don't know but I know the canal low is not looking he's he's got name Cova left to try to fry and then if he does that he goes back down you know and you know what is what does he look for corruptions there's there's not a lot of a handful of really good guys at super-middle a big physical I know it's not all about physicality in but it's Vitas you know he he don't have that star he don't have that star nine what you mean for the for that risk would be that would be risk that that kid she'll media post show and Anthony Joshua and showing appearing to seem to look like he was lifting a tunnel weights and obviously against Louis C. didn't look very good but curious is the difference is the first thing people start saying listen baby miller loss out on a payday he'd get another one because there's a market I mean because there's national commissions does real commissions does does will law enforcement okay that's a serious infraction Yep and any other sport that has to enforce rules to apply rules we don't have that it must have been he stopped taking his stop taking pd no because like the fight because he did test positive for everything yeah everything so it's not PD's but maybe got off the weight program weights and boxing never mixed you got to muscle bound that data fighters shouldn't have being able to do the things that top five needs to like functional strength versus aesthetics today they just put a talented amateur really really did you realize that that House town so my sport is screwed up in a lot of ways but not as much today in some cases so you those guys never believed apple thing so to that point a lot of people felt that you know what I mean you start looking in your closet shadows is saw looking everywhere to see your stop picking they thought it was too muscular and

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027: LTM's Success Philosophy #2

Boss Up! Podcast

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

027: LTM's Success Philosophy #2

"Welcome to the boss of podcast passed a short no b._s. podcast for all female business owners my name is lindsay t- moreno i am the host here i'm the producer here i am everything here this one man band show i'm also an author speaker influence and most importantly a truth teller listen in under twenty minutes of content every single episode you're going to get information information principles and lessons based on what i've learned in building startup businesses into multimillion dollar producing organizations you can learn more about me by business business the books that i've written in the workshops i have for you online by visiting me at lindsey t._m. dot com the link is in every description of every episode so make sure are you check out those show notes now grab a pen grab a notebook and a glass of wine if you wanted and get ready to boss up hey guys thank you so much for joining today i'm so glad that you're here today we're going to be discussing the second in my list of ten philosophies these are the philosophies that i wrote the book boss up based on and i think you will find that they are very relevant to your business whether you're at the start up stage or whether you've been in this for a little while <hes> each of these ten philosophies las vegas i think are something that you're going to have to know understand and be able to use to build your business to the success that you desire so today we're gonna be talking about the second philosophy which is to be unapologetically yourself this is one of my favorite things to talk on it's one of the things i find myself harping on the most right now because it's the place that i see the most need if you are ready to start valuing yourself and what you have to give to your tribe this is the podcast for you all right let's jump right into it what do you say as i said the second philosophy is to be unapologetically yourself that means to show up every single day at work whether you're in front of people or you behind a computer as has who you are we have a tendency as women as people who are caught up in social media as human beings to compare ourselves to people around us but we're not getting the full story so we compare our lowest moments with other people's highlight reel and that causes this tension inside of us or we feel like there's a need to live up to them to be someone that we're not in order to gain following in order to create success in our business and i'm here to tell you that the best way to do it is just to be who you lar and let the people who are for you come k. <hes> to not worry about the people you're not getting or who are turned off by who you really are and to instead focus on the people that we're here for it that's where we should be spending our time it shouldn't be focused on what we're not having in instead focused on what we do have and serving them to the best of our ability so i'm gonna to go through a couple of things that stand out to me in this chapter that i wanna talk through with you guys real quick and then i'm gonna send you on your way okay so the first thing i wanted to talk to you guys about is owning your wins and and stopping the apology train we get on this thing where we constantly apologize for ourselves we apologize for taking up space for speaking too loud four having an opinion for being who we are for showing up for winning for losing for failing for you name it we will apologize for it i think we've all seen that i have at least been there at one point i apologize to people for running into me or i apologize to people for taking an arm rest that's community property and and at one point i just looked at myself and i was like this is so stupid i'm done with this i shouldn't be apologizing for the things that are good i should be apologizing or feeling bad had about what my life says about other people that's them problem not a problem if someone is upset by the things that i've done or the things that i'm proud of the things that i've been able to accomplish that's not my problem that's their problem they are comparing their story to mind i'm not doing that right so i want you guys just i form of stop apologizing for who you are and then second of all i want you to own your winds when you do something amazing you deserve to be able to celebrate elaborate like crazy if you want Don't worry about making your light dimmer so that someone else can shine. This is your time to shine own. It say what you've done and be proud of what you've done. Okay so that's the first thing the second thing is to not build your business on a lie so the first thing that comes to mind when I think about this is Lance Armstrong's career he had built this great career on being an amazing cyclist and he was like I'm all natural. All these other people are blood-doping but not me and every time someone would come forward to say Lance Armstrong as blood-doping you know we all see it in the paper every once in a while he would sue those people right and what kind of guilty person sues any person who quote unquote slanders his name and so we all believed him and then when it came out that he actually was blood doping and he could no longer cover it up anymore. We realized Oh he did a lot of damage to a lot of people and all of these people that had on the yellow low risk bands and were you know team live strong and we're helping raise awareness for cancer doing really good things. They all said well. I don't want to be a part of that anymore because he built his brand hand on a lie. Even I wasn't connected to the live strong brand. The live strong brand is now basically worthless because Lance Armstrong sold people ally and when they found out that he was the one that did it. They turned on him and everything that he did so. I really want you guys to be really careful about that. I've seen too many people at the the end of their career after their successful have to continue to live this lie to the people that they work with because they've built their career on it. This is especially true roof for entrepreneurs people that owned businesses people will get it in their head that you're a certain way and if you let them continue to think that and keep you up on a pedestal eventually you will fall down from that because they will find out that what you're saying is not true to you so my best advice to you is just to be honest about who you are. Let the people that like that. Come right now be okay with. I'm not going to grow as fast as that person over there. Who's constantly going to have to lie about who they are. We all know those people that pretend to be something. They're not during the work day and what I I say is that is a mild form of torture. I can't imagine having to show up every time I do anything public with work and pretend to be a version of myself that I'm not instead instead. What I want is to be able to just let my freak flag fly right. I want people to know me and like me for who I am and if they don't they can go. I don't need them right now. I am not here for for them. They are meant for another leader somewhere else right. You need to be that confident in yourself as well and show up as who you are every single day so that you don't have to pretend to be a version of yourself. You think deserves the success or that. You think people will like better. You don't have to do that number. Three is to believe that there's plenty of Pie why we get in our head that we need to pretend to be something else or be version of ourselves. The best version all the time because success is a pie and and I know I've talked about this previously but I'm gonNA. I'm GONNA bring it up again because it's so important success is a pie but your piece is waiting for you. Your piece has nothing to do with anyone. Someone else's piece just because one person successful doesn't mean that there's less success room right. There's not one stage where people that have reached quote unquote success get to stand hand and now that another person took their space up there. There's less room for you. That's just not true. You're believing ally a scarcity lie. There is plenty of room for success us. Your Pie is waiting for you. It tastes different than everyone else's. Because you want something different than everyone else you are uniquely wonderfully made to want and desire and need and have have in your heart a certain thing that's different from everybody else and I say need to double down on that rather than worrying about who's being successful faster than you rather than putting unrealistic expectations. She's on time on your business and your life don't do that to yourself. There's plenty of Pie. Don't believe the scarcity lie that when someone else does well you should celebrate them because there's less room for you. That's just not true and finally I want you to unfurl your freak flag. I want you to double down on the things that make thank you a freak. The stuff that makes you quirky and weird and unique. These are the places that you're actually going to connect to a tribe in these are the places that are going to create a trust between you and a person you don't know on the other side of your computer. The things that make you weird are the things that make you stand out if you can embrace those things and just say. I don't really care if they like it or not. This is what I can do. Show US your weird talents. Show us what you do. Tell us what your house looks like. We want to see all of the crazy corners. Owners of your place we want to see the things that make you unique. These are the things that we want to be a part of and they're the things that will make people stay around a long time and it builds trust with people when when they can trust you with the little things like the back end of your house or what it really looks like or your reality or the things that are hard to talk about then they can trust you with the fact that your product is going to be good good for them when it comes time to sell that so make sure that you were letting that freak flag fly high put it up in the sky. Let everybody see this is what I like. I know many of you guys probably don't but this is what what I like and I think you'll find that even the people that don't relate to it are going to respect your ability to show up as who you are and just say this is me whether you like it or not. There are a lot of people that I don't relate to but I respect their ability to say. This is what I like and I'm I'm here for it. I WANNA see that I want to see the people that are unique. Those are the things that are inspiring and exciting to be around so don't be afraid to be that for somebody else okay guys. I hope that you are more prepared to be unapologetically radically yourself. If this information is interesting to you and you want some workshops many workshops to work through and things to think about I highly encourage you to pick up boss up. It comes out August <unk> sixth so if it's passed August six when you're listening to this it's in stores now. Go grab it. I think it's really gonNA help you gain some confidence in this area and that confidence could be the key to your success assess. Thank you so much for being a loyal listener of the boss up podcast. If you feel so inclined I would so appreciate a rating and review from you on any platform that you're listening to this podcast on in addition. If you'd like to get a hold of meat you can find me on pretty much any social media platform and you can email the anytime at Hello Lindsey U._T._M.. Dot Com. I'll see you guys out there. uh-huh Yeah uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh yeah uh-huh. Yeah uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh cheers.

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Mally Roncal's Unmissable New Year Advice.

The Emma Guns Show

02:24 min | 10 months ago

Mally Roncal's Unmissable New Year Advice.

"It's that time of the year listeners. Where between Christmas and New Year. It's all to play for. We want to be amazing. who better better than me to say how to get into that head space where you can really maximize? IS THE YEAR HEAD. Okay so you had. Did you have a great twenty nineteen or was it really kind of Shitty. I don't know only you can answer that this. This is the time to look ahead. It's very cliche. I know that the New Year's here and you're going to start exercising and you're going to start eating right and you're gonNA start the journaling and scrapbooking and all that kind of stuff pick one thing one attainable thing for me. I gotTa tell you I I always had this dream and I'm being very honest with you right now that I was GonNa do yoga four times a week an hour and a half and I'm going to make it all happen. The minute you create eight goals that are way too out of your league you are ultimately going to fail Pick something easy. It doesn't mean twenty minutes the day of a walk. Anybody can do. That doesn't mean you're going to cut out one thing out of your diet because I know that everything exciting okay. Does it mean that you're gonNA stop saying curse words. I don't know if that makes you feel better. Then bother me but if it makes you feel better than go ahead and do that but make it attainable attainable. Make it so that you can win. Then one win makes you feel successful than another one makes you feel successful and then. Hyundai in one day you turn around and you did it so take it slow one day at a time. Don't beat yourself up. Set yourself south up for success. I know you can do it. I love you. Remember via positivie preacher. If that's what you need to deal by being positively preacher about that say one positive thing every single day over and over choose it every day and all of a sudden your life will start to change there. You go thank you so much money here.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home Spoiler-Free Review!

Radioactive Spider-Pod

14:36 min | 1 year ago

Spider-Man: Far From Home Spoiler-Free Review!

"Welcome a very special movie review spiderman far from home this is gonna be our spoiler free movie review but if you wanna hear eight version full of spoilers be sure to check us out on patriotic at patriot dot com slash radioactive spider pod i'm your host these pseudo peter is getting dark with me or my holler drones be conniving kevin mcevoy on him far from sober n v vein vero i mean do it related to the character i you know what i look great in the bosses anyways though we just all sauce spiderman far from home 'em in we're all super excited after watching it that we had to jump on in record something quick a but again this'll be a spoiler free review and were gonna have one full of spoilers for those interested up on hot on the track a hot off the press fell scoop spoiler free a water folks his first thoughts kevin i dug in like first of all about the look and feel i think that's sort of what you know what i would wanna think about if i'm you know coming into this movie a i generally in almost every kind of spoilers so with that in mind i i really obviously i've really enjoyed this movie came out of it and said i liked it a lot better the name a new like it was you know you kind of get tired of all these movies superhero movies after a while when they just feel all the same and it was really nice to have a level of adventured that's fit the character so well the lead up to an extent this happened in the previous movies well but they do such a good job of balancing this look of realistic and kind of cartoony and it just fits the character so well and they picked a great scale of threat 'em yeah the really ties into the character sort of emotional journey and i really appreciate it i i loved it awesome how about you though yeah i mean is great i was entertained a steam spiderman kick ass on the big screen is always a joy of mine 'em like the federation of peter parker i think holland's really coming into his own as peter slash spiderman 'em and that of course is a theme throughout the movie is well but a growing up dealing with things in a yeah no i i really thoroughly enjoyed deep pace of the film as well i it's you think you're sort of gonna get in a situation that will be repetitive and then it sort of throws the stakes on you a little bit which i which i liked de the pace was really good i i will i was telling this to kevin arisen the spoiler i'm i was getting i was getting a little annoyed at some of the scenes being cg i on cg i battle it felt at one point like it was dragging on a little bit too long it wasn't iron man to levels of bad of a mainstream level but i will say things we can the mandarin twist will go down as one of the worst things you have you ever done but anyways oh nightmare but yeah i i will say that about what's the one thing that kinda took me out of the movie forbid wednesday extensive repetitive fight 'em near the end a but they do do a good job of grounding it ultimately 'em which i think saved it from like i said best friend beams iron man to all right a firm e a l eight super spiderman fan is nothing but a delight i was constantly on the lookout for a any easter eggs i could find 'em i think i found a couple but i'll get to that and the other review 'em and i think the way that they handled misty areo is actually pretty good i mean we all kind of knew especially after doing the material episode of this podcast now kind of knew where it was going 'cause that was mysterious schtick but the way they did it was actually pretty surprising to me and i think it was really well done and they gave character a lot of motivation that character in the comics had but the character in comics had it because he had like a direct conflict with spiderman 'em so the way they did it in this one is actually really really good a while talking that i think we could go and talk about some highlights 'em jake john hall as ministerial was way better than i thought it was gonna be he liked brought the right amount of craziness in like honesty to roll like i don't know if anyone saw him in that movie night crawler which was kind of disappointing 'cause it wasn't about the night crawler i thought that russian at all i know i know so he kind of took stuff i so he kind of took stuff from that night call crawler character and then like switched like immediately is actually pretty awesome seeing that transition i know what you guys he could pull off the hell out of that fishbowl he looked great it would yeah it'll it'll day i appreciate the beard i think a kind of actually plays in the movie a little bit at certain points which is good but no he he did a terrific job i've never been the biggest jilan hall fan 'em i mean donnie darko is okay but he's he he he did east rail that line of being like genuinely likable person at a total creep and a he's able to use that very effectively as he a is able to you know kinda take you on a journey i think even if you don't fucking know anything about spiderman you go into this thing and you see this other guy who's never been in it build in it now you're like well that's obviously the villain that's how these superhero things work yeah i know he's going to become evil at some point right or a version of evil he's gonna be the guy so a large part of the fun is seeing how that happens and finding out why and they do a good job of kind of keeping you guessing and they do a very good job of giving you a why it's not like the best motivation i've ever seen ever but like it's damn solid enough to a to get the the movie going where it needs to go yeah for sure and they actually do a good job of showing off his suit in a way that's not blame a even richard gates like i'd green wednesay anywhere now you're like i know his rhetoric like i'd never had parents there yeah it's hard to it's always hard to make us something that was drawn comics in a in a much simpler way the normal or or decent in real life right now to the to the point of the fact that this man literally has a fish wolfer ahead aunt is in some sort of weird spacesuit a even from the original stills it looked like they were gonna nail making him not look bad and they definitely pulled it off duty fight his ability to fight it's a it's a little too you seen the trailers his fighting is very interesting because you don't you're really left wondering what he's doing is it magic is it energy blast you know it's a very a it leaves a lot it sort of makes you wonder a lot more about the character of mysterious sort of okay how about 'em nick fury i think samuel jackson did a pretty good job this time there's a lot more of him then there has been in other movies i think wasn't there nick fury does take a pretty big role in this one a you know i kind of didn't really realize that he hadn't talked to spiderman yet you're like oh yeah i guess so it's just so many god damn movies and everyone's in so many of them it's hard to keep track of this shit 'em but it's it's cool see i mean he's not quite as much as it like captain marvel or something like that but he isn't it a lot he is a bit more comedic which is yeah for sure they've been pushing that more and more i mean he's got good chop sport but like it takes a little bit of the oh i'm scared of him aspect out of it if you're he's always kind of making jokes and talking about what the kid kids you're doing like he's not he stopped short of fucking dabbing in i'm wearing a t shirt but there's a lot of like him making like these references a to the to the hip stuff these days and you're like okay i get it he is very much more comedic in this one how did you feel about the comedy as a whole because you know spiderman is generally kind of a quip be guy in in that usually fairly well appreciate it but yeah the hall in spiderman is not particularly quickly at all he's really i i would say he's much more awkward word and that's where i would say the quip is one was probably a with andrew garfield one i mean what's his name was quickly but they were pretty bad like your they were very out of the comic book a in the first attempt yeah calling them gabi and shit like that the garfield one was pretty quickly all the time like almost maybe too much i dunno it's hard to say you know it's all a matter of taste but this one he doesn't really make clips while he's spiderman spiderman he very much at all and being tara i awkward humor in civil war when he's fighting falcon in winter soldier is when they make a reference him talking too much yeah but that's sort of that awkward overly ernest super you're pleased but he's not like making fun of people will say the comedic actor for the most part it lands but i had a i had a problem west their inability to say the words spider sense end it with getting old welter bring this also closed a let's go ed have are spider ratings of arrow what would you spider rating before this one i'm gonna give this nine passport stamps out of a possible ten a setting is great pacing is great at comedy for the most part lance spiderman development as great as a character 'em i mentioned ryan looted to do not really loving some aspects of the fighting am and thankfully that actual story an character development route sit in a little bit more reality and it doesn't get to lost in cg i versus e g i all right andy how about you kevin i'm gonna give this one nine and a half fish bowl heads out of his hand i a i you know i i really really liked this movie i think is pretty much my favorite spiderman spiderman movie now it's so good it's a it's everything that you know i kind of thought of it makes me wish this was a this was the movie that i had when i was a kid and i was like oh my god they're gonna make a spiderman movie and if this was the kind of shit and i got right away i would have been so fucking pump by that you're kind of set it all there it it lands go see it it's it's week yeah fantastic as for me i'll give it ten awkward teen mix ups out of ten perfect movie for me i enjoyed everything including the character's these facts be dialogue was really good the pacing was really good 'em as eighty huge spiderman fan no i agree with you kevin like i said a lot when the people producing the movies actually seemed to give a shit about the source material you know actually try to give people the movie did they want and instead of just going and doing cash grab just like i'm don't get me wrong it's a cash grab for sure but it's a very enjoyable movie and that's that's the whole point of all this right yeah yes go see it don't follow me see it that way underway there yeah don't don't don't spend you're time in hard earned money trying to make endgame beat avatars the disney could be disney go see this movie instead it's more fun support disney in another way yeah are any any pendants small movie of one superhero only yeah wani just one long superhero trying to make it on his own yeah sometimes get caught wagon so though a no all right he pocketed what some of those hollow cubes relayed to well that's it for us in a hope everyone enjoyed our first movie review hopefully of many many also for anyone wondering there are two post credits scene so be sure to stick around well if you liked what you heard let us know 'em are socials are on twitter at a already spider pod on facebook at radioactive spider party on instagram 'em also at radioactive spider pod and if you wanna go in here eight review fullest spoilers and basically us nursing out another twenty minutes please think about supporting us on patriotic and

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The semiofficial trailer!

The Juan on Juan Podcast

01:46 min | 9 months ago

The semiofficial trailer!

"Lewin woke hello. Hello and PLO and walk alone. Welcome hello and welcome. Welcome personal land when you when you have your own personal lighten. Its its own singularity right. 'cause every everything is one when. I heard that it out man. It's all very persist needs are everywhere and there's all enjoy a good cup. I I've been diagnosed as being. I want to enjoy the process question. Everything was the media. Can we verify that they did ever know? Because the more you look into it you have where. Where did this knowledge sacred knowledge? They say that the plants sold them like the plants. Those who control the president's control the future George Orwell. At some point we are all expressions of the same source now. What good does it do aside your manager or whatever it is money what is. I believe that everybody should extend to wash. Everything was already covered. The original intention of like we're being as being conscious is the most familiar to all of us. We all know intimately well because there's no experience of life possible without consciousness. The origins of life. Are you really going to believe surname? Kill the one on one this racist or just great. You just called him a monster like twenty minutes ago. With with WHO is who is who is is is her.

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The Leap Year Society Promo

TANIS

03:50 min | 2 years ago

The Leap Year Society Promo

"Hey everyone it's nick the next time you hear from me i'm going to have some incredibly exciting news about what's coming next from the public radio alliance in the meantime i have some other exciting news if you enjoy tennyson rabbits you're going to love the leap year society join podcast hosts demand morrison producer mitch and conspiracy theorists brand calling as they worked to uncover the truth behind an age old secretive group known only as the leap year society who's enigmatic present day recruitment program is inexorably linked to research the borders on the paranormal with incredible performances and incomparable production value the leap year society is like nothing you've heard before subscribe on apple podcasts spotify stitcher or wherever you listen here's a clip from the leap year society about three months ago i posted aquarium on a deep web forum dedicated the secret societies okay a few days ago i received a response bonds in the form of a question what question three letters l y s and a question mark so you responded right away if with a resounding yes any information would be greatly appreciated an and i received this response about fifteen minutes ago at this point made showed me a message she'd received on her phone it was a series of numbers we both seen enough longitude latitude measurements to recognize location coordinates when we saw them we plug the numbers into google earth and discovered a location that was about twenty minutes mar studio but it should be right around the dinner but 'em mitch yeah i think this might be what we're looking we're looking at a small poster that had been glued onto a poll just above the button you press across the street the poster featured an old style photograph of assemble a circle with the letters l y s with a couple of extra lines on the why almost like calipers beneath the symbol or another series of numbers digging into what had happened to atari monitor on a way back in nineteen thirty eight collins had received an anonymous this message something directly related to measure on something very interesting well the r i s which is the italian scientific investigation department analyze the photograph of a man taken in argentina in nineteen fifty five five they found ten points of similarity with masha rhonda okay so he was definitely a fair so but there's more yeah someone sent me another photo of measure on taking it around the same time one never published and i think you're gonna find it quite interesting so collins sent me that picture a photo he'd gotten from somebody who claimed it came from the archives at the r i s it was a picture of a man sitting on a bench in what appeared to be a train station and in front of him clearly visible it's a suitcase an stamp there on the front of that suitcase with the symbol be exact same symbol that had been printed on the small poster we discovered on that poll

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DEL BIGTREE CALLS OUT TAMRON HALL

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

36:25 min | 1 year ago

DEL BIGTREE CALLS OUT TAMRON HALL

"It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free heme boil get you really even have a choice to home school if you this week it was a total disaster and we're going to get to the bottom of it but this is how the whole in decades this is deeply personal getting for all of us others just say they still want more answers as it relates to autism so today after New York State repeal religious exemptions for vaccinations fit state you decided that your child could not attend school if it meant indication by repealing the religious exemption on June thirteenth choice vision was ultimately having home school right is we've never complied to the chairman hall show last week first of all I just want to sort of look at you know create this show and bring the high wire to you so I'm well aware of how we produce shows like that today we're gonNA discuss this very contentious issue that's happening in America I think I did not decide that the state decided that for me now remember she's a tax payer she's in their nothing has really changed except the hype and propaganda around this discussion jail that's not a choice and not vaccinate your child is not breaking the law it never rent because if there is obviously Janine Dangelo is but those are basically the only ways that you can do and the laws of the constitution are supposed body integrity life liberty and the pursuit of happiness so if only affluent people various tablets career how many Thais we spoken out that this isn't fair to minorities this isn't into them without their control in their decisions maybe they don't think that the failing 'cause we'll catch those precancerous lesions long before they ever turn into any sort of disease couple more clips before I'm going to bring Janine on but I just want to go over some of the fact checking that runny nose right now visibly suffering from a call I think any person in and by then is deadly right now what child has a runny nose I know they're sick okay I got that part and one of the excuses you can't tell until you got till it's deadly I mean I didn't know what she's transmitting we've gone over this a million times vaccinated vigils can act as as symptomatic Aziz but I don't think that's what she meant maybe she just meant she maybe she meant to say infectious by the way how's it daily for you if you're back scenes work I mean this entire statement is let's hole I think any person is you say oh he's sick let me stay away oh I see I think maybe it's this in your dangerous to me I mean this is the type of hype the media's putting out there but talking about what does she mean by deadly is measles deadly look what happens the numbers right now I believe we had some you gotta get the facts chairman it's too late you're only live on broadcast news that's called your pre work and back I'm sure that there's probably a piece of producers that have already I lost my job let's talk about what you end up saying just that's because I go to the CDC's website and I look in the numbers you've been confirmed there it is and by the way no six of measles in all the most modern times aren't deadly lose deadly as the others with zero deaths whatsoever I think depressing sad dangerous and talks about where we're ads the nation take a look I wouldn't want him to hug him because I don't want my son my this show this video because he recognizes that this should not be happening in the United States of how many times that's been said around the world we think about oppression of minorities Chris I can't hug them how many people said I can't touch an African American child we have worked so hard in this country to take away the stigma of disease education if you're walking through that school with AIDS or with Hepatitis B. whether they just treated this child in a way as though he has aids or he is I doubt that is what Janine de Ngelo thought her son Janine first of all thank you for joining me hi can you because I think it's one of the most horrific displays of VACs oh you because of who you are or how you were raised what was it like that moment ever put him in that position had I thought anything remotely like that would happen so we were ocean for me because I can't it was like an out of body experience because it unbelievable and and you do you know you so the way you got him classmates but some students that was the Article Wall Street Journal so Yup Yup when your son we want to talk more about your story I let me move you right there the Angelo and the associate producer on the town hall show where obviously as a mother phone Paul and here it is never before heard the conversation as she's being Monday yeah so this'll be on Monday so what we would we would love to have it's an hour long show but you would be probably just about twenty minutes of you mean me and my son are just myself and if your son was interested we would love to have him story and will scream it from the rooftops in in the choices I made I wanNA see Canonize Yeah Okay Megan how you got my my personal phone because I know that wasn't in the Wall Street article the white pages and stuff and it'll be up there and I just call it figured I would reach you I look on facebook nation and get back to a little more I'll be happy to yeah based on that just myself I'm speaking yeah because of other people I want to make sure that economy and all of those things and that's then that's what we do want to have I can go talk to my producer I don't know who would be on I don't know got back to you and said something so tell me the difference between what your understanding from that phone call hold exactly what was going to happen did you feel like you were well prepared I I would be myself and my son on a couch with Cameron telling our story list obviously trained Paul off to throw the usual soundbites at you in some mother Oh and one was going to be a sociologist who wrote a book Jennifer Reich on vaccine hesitancy no one was to be next to me in front of me so when we walked onstage and I saw that woman something wasn't right so an even moments before we even walked out onto rehearsals questions with my son and we were good they were still playing like read those sort of tactics but most of us that is not actually how the doctors would have run it I mean we have a debate on the show I mean that time you know it was similar to Donna farmer yes honestly when it shifted in the store while on it I went and it changed that morning makes perfect sense but I immediately marched into the dressing room of right right now to walk away we will pay all the flights and do everything we promised you I don't WanNa Walk onstage that's how you're supposed to do it but that's clearly not what was happening for you there I was like okay I can I can do it as soon as she started the show with did everyone get their flu shots I got mine the infectious and dangerous and running nose and I'm not going to let my hug your kid he's using those like coined terms how about the you want to respect the host of the show you don't WanNa say you're lying or you're an absolute imbecile tell me show me the science show me the study that proves me wrong and she just she kept interrupting didn't give you much time to speak we sort of grab the two little moments where you grab that oxygen eighty six zero liability that means it means they can't be sued if the parents what's signed a hundred percent poisons because when I was pregnant with my children in the Sir packages such as what every person parent father mother needs long before the Internet I spoke to pediatricians I look through books there is no science that proves I'm on the same face that there was two hundred thousand cases of writing it when you open up the inserts of the vaccines as you point out it literally was there a trial that used a saline placebo an inert placebo instead times two and three other vaccines were in the Control Group oftentimes test vaccines hadn't point you know this is that it's as safe as polio vaccine this the safety this vaccine is safe is something else but they cannot say CBO's study and you'll right has never been done on a single vaccine so where do you go she tells she claimed to be a journalist didn't have her facts straight so where do you go when in for thousands I was speaking for twenty six thousand children out of school I was speaking for the parents of those children back because it was so it was so disturbing we have another society to a ball is you believe as I do believe ninety the vaccination and they are asking why should a small number of children rocking and it almost looked like when she called you a minority she had to swallow it Shen and what people don't realize is we're not actually a democracy were republic there's a reason all of the things that we've watched in before my lifetime but in my lifetime you know I didn't as I was coming through college and washing this discussion and I remember many people saying and I know that that's exactly how I read about civil rights it was the same thing so in our great life are great world in here Tamarin Hall says to you coming up all people anyone with any ethnic background it's shocking were you breath it was hard for me I kept trying to say I'm going to get as many facts as I can because I knew cuts which I feel like I did I feel like I've got some things out that were important I didn't act on emotion it was completely unconscionable really and just there was a sense of anger about what took place she closes up the show that's what this show is about the conversation will not end going social media we're dedicated what is wrong with the technology on the highway usually they have such high quality video can you on social media so we get to the bottom of this we're carrying you know we're carrying former ANTIBAC- surround vaccines this video has been deleted the section where she was essentially assaulting your son is that true that show to your point everything has been removed there was over twelve hundred comments on facebook accent was people who couldn't believe how she treated my child it didn't it wasn't you could be pro vaccine oh comments no way to see the show nothing other than the clips that we got because the people do this because I get calls all the time the news reaching out to me should I speak to the news and

New York hundred percent twenty minutes
How Your Audience Benefits From This Simple Shift

The Speaker Station Podcast

03:51 min | 10 months ago

How Your Audience Benefits From This Simple Shift

"Welcome to the Speaker Station where you learn tips techniques and ideas and how to more effectively speak in public whether you're presenting in meetings speaking on stage or selling prospects. I'm your host Peter Peter Jones in this episode. You're going to learn how to keep your audience engaged once you've delivered your tension grabbing opening doing so benefits. It's you your presentation and most of all your audience directly after opening your presentation with your attention. Grabbing statement achievement questioned or other tactic. Deliver your benefits statement. The statement provide your audience with three things one. How long you presentations presentations going to be to what they're going to learn and three how they're going to benefit from being there and listening to you as a matter of fact. It's exactly how I opened this episode. Let's take a look at an example if you talking about time management. It might go something like this this over the next twenty minutes. You're going to learn several easy to implement time management ideas so you get more done in less time and have more time for yourself herself. Feel free to replace the word learn with other words like see or discover or any other word. That's comfortable for you. The I often use C.. As in over the next half hour. You're going to see and I do this even so I really don't use that many slides and often. I don't use any but because most people are visual learners. I just WANNA use the word seeing because it might be more comfortable for for them now. The big difference here is actually the second sentence in the statement. The vast majority speaker say things. Like I'm going to talk about or or I'm going to show you or even we're going to discuss these a speaker center statements and they set you up for a mediocre a presentation at best a small seemingly imperceptible. Change however can make a world of difference. All you have to do is keep your focus on your audience by inserting the word. You where most speakers used the word I so instead of I am going to talk. What about you say you going to hear. Instead of I'm going to show you you say you are going to see instead head of we're going to discuss you say you're going to discover whatever it might be but put the focus on the audience. Once you've done this deliver the benefit they're going to receive not only does this inform them about the benefit. They're going to get from being your presentation but it also provides them with repeatable. Words what I mean by. This is when they're so. What was the presentation about. They have the answer. Seldom seldom do you get so many positive results from such a small change and there's just no reason not to use this idea so be sure to implement it in any any presentation every presentation no matter the length. You'll be glad you did and so will you listeners. Well that's how you create the all important benefit statement for linked to the template check out the show nuns. In the meantime please rate review and subscribe to the Speaker Station. And where ever you listen to your favorite podcast until next time. Be Happy and healthy my friend.

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You Must Be An Imposter To Do Great Work #705

Trent365

02:03 min | 1 year ago

You Must Be An Imposter To Do Great Work #705

"If you WANNA do truly great work then of course. You're an impostor. Imposter Syndrome is a real thing. It's basically a patent of psychological behaviors around self-doubt around a fear. Uh of whether or not you can actually do. What did you say that you can do. And the reality is about the impostor syndrome. Are that if you're doing something. Think truly unique. If you're doing something really really different then. Of course your impostor because it hasn't been done before so the only way to do something truly innovative is to actually the pasta and that's all right embrace it. Nothing wrong with being an impostor. You kind of have to be an impostor. And that's a little pill of wisdom I picked out from our Guy Seth Godin and once again the Akimbo podcast. I cannot recommend it highly enough AK I M B O. Twenty minutes downloaded while you're putting the makeup on in the morning. Well you're in the car while you're taking a walk. Whatever you're doing download the came by podcast. Listen to it is a super smart cat as you heard me say many times before. Aw You will not be disappointed. Said goes into more detail about the different some great stories around Around the impostor syndrome about a guy who decided to put lemon on his face to To Rob a bank because invisible ink was lemon right once upon a great stories but the point about the impostor syndrome is. I think it's important to remember for a number number of people that I know that. Listen to this show who are trying to do something new and different. But they worried whether it's GonNa work on on on whether they're going to have the same levels of success that they've had in the current job in their day job in their previous career. Well you possibly not. You are in fact an impostor. But that's okay. You have to be an impostor. Sta To do something truly great or that. Is it for today. Thank you for your time. I will be back again tomorrow so yeah.

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Carpool Quandaries

Parenting Roundabout

13:13 min | 1 year ago

Carpool Quandaries

"Idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience I had buying razor blades most brands were overpriced over designed and out of touch at Harry's our approach is simple here's our secret hey I'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because I'm not famous but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's plus free shipping just go to Harrys DOT COM and enter five thousand at checkout that's Harrys Dot com code five thousand enjoy welcome to round three of the parenting rounded up podcast for the week of September thirtieth obsessing over every detail means we're confident and offering a one hundred percent quality guarantee millions of guys have already made the switch to Harry's so thank you if you're one of them and if you're not we hope you give us a try with this special offer get a Harry starter set with a five Blade Razor waited handle shave Gel and travel cover offered just three bucks there could be lots of interpersonal problems that but I like the concept of it yeah I mean like Terry when your kids were younger there wasn't so much texting right I mean we didn't have a lot of car pooling for stuff I don't think they did did really carpooling things in are helpful to each other and then you can guess setup carpooling that way so you know it seems in one way it could be really helped a blessing and a curse in so many ways we heard about this new APP that's called Flock F. L. O. C. at which is like big group text chains painful but you know at least we have texting about something or other so Wednesday is complete day here on parenting roundabout and complaining about car flying You know and I got tired of that we still do we still there's there's a friend of my son's we pick him and his mom up for things all the time full because I'm like I said the group texts get paid full but there's already I mean I already have on my phone so this is you this app you just kind of like you create a flock which is your little group of people who and there was a situation at one point where my son's friends would have been good opportunities for carpooling accept that it it is supposed to be a way to organize carpooling serve more easily than the way I always end up doing it being all the skating stock so to add yet not yet another APP I don't know if this is the best way to go back because I yes I think you're right is nice is a nice except if somebody's generous and gives them out and then never gets any they probably the I've had that experience as a passenger not so much as a as a driver having to organize things my friend Lisa's mom would tap on the accelerator uh-huh I did like the fact that they have something in the APP where you can gift somebody like a cup of coffee or something like that yeah you can give them a gift card in time with the radio so that was always beach baby was the big hit then these baby beach baby with blurts far enough to drive and then my daughter was carpooling with another student up the street because we actually live it's there's never been a big group okay you get everybody today I'll get everybody tomorrow when I was a kid we my parent- my mom and some other people did a lot of car pooling even more there's like team snap I think is another one so I don't know like how do we how do we make this process working can she tapped on the accelerator times Nicole you're saying that you the one time you carpooled you hate part of their moms drove rice I was the only one that drove so I was I was the Carpool I was a car pool of one I would pick everybody up and take them places been there done that and both d shirt but we're still waiting for that day when will reach the finish line and have no further need to lay down a dark room with a wet rag over our eyes were quite a ways away from the elementary school that she went to and it just like it caused me more anxiety than what it was worth kids were younger the schools a half a block away so we you know again there is walking listen until here we lived yeah yeah I've had limited experience of car pooling because I grew up in a situation where I just walked to school and then when she was younger like she was in second and third grade and and it was a big it's a big school and when I took her to school I would actually get out of the car the you know the regular tax I have whatsapp or some other group the group me with us for our scared don't because we weren't really texting then and I would just be so anxious about when that person would arrive and then I'm Katherine Lecco and I'm here with cold Air Deke's high and Terry Morrow Hello Mom's of teens and young adults and when it comes to parenting talking about a certain day and kind of set things off on the wrong path so yes I couldn't do it it just there was no really taking their friends to school because their friends were all taking the bus to so even once I started taking them nobody else none of their sized also that one of the reasons I didn't Carpool a lot school and my kids were younger because they took the bus they got the The Special Ed bus rise so you know did they made their way up to the classroom and that really stressed me out because I was hoping that you know I was thinking about that Oh she's there so it just caused me more anxiety in other ways that was in the end and it just runs were have been interested in ride So then I got I just I don't know how they were dropped off or what happened I don't WanNa know but looking classroom and made sure she got her classroom and I know that the person news carpooling with just basically up to the curb and the kids attack enroll the you know one of the benefits of an APP or some sort of more organized program is like there's always you know I have actually just the ride was so long because that's the ultimate carpooling because they stop at everybody's house in the entire class or have to get to the school that was twenty minutes away and I thought you know what I'll just take them it's fine I'm able so yeah I mean I think it's one situation where there's a dad who always bring my son home from hockey because that data is a

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#104 - You Are Ok (Track breakdown)

The 8123 Podcast

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

#104 - You Are Ok (Track breakdown)

"The other night after the show a second to some some girls that were friends and they wanted to start a podcast and they were asking me how we do it how we get it out there how are we re court an you know thankfully I was able to tell them about anchor which if we would have had I started out this would have been way way easier hello welcome to the it even twenty we've been a week off without a podcast so like to apologize on that we attempt to get him out yeah it's a little cold for Arizona at least I've been kind of waking up for now it's been good it's good to be up in walk around before there's who podcast it's pat it is for me at least it is currently five forty five am all those tools that you need all on your phone for free and the hardest part they will distribute it for you they'll they'll get it to spot on this time or earlier since we've been home from Australia so just kind of techs or whatever so able to just kind of be be alone so it's been good At home narrate Zona taken my pup wok it's son is not alley in London other distractions not getting any emails or tweets or DM's yes or if you're ready to have a podcast make it way easier on yourself and we love it and we appreciate it so yeah thank you anchor onto the show edited on your phone right at their free it's free it's free so it gives you all the creation tools you need to defy apple podcast Google podcast many more which took us a long time to figure out how to get up there and they handle all ashes that but Garros had a couple of days we've been working away on the Mir tour working on the on listen your podcast or hundreds of thousands so yeah Download the anchor APP or go to anchor DOT FM to get started and start your own podcast written here comes a car I'd be loud but yes so that's been time and consuming and but it's been good so we're excited can't wait a couple of the shows are close two weeks ago now so makes me a little nervous because Kinda lots do we'll get to selling out Toronto and New York in particular with a bunch of others not too far behind parts of podcast literally into my phone and then posted uploaded in some hotel room somewhere so anchor low law gives you got some sleep to every every so we love you can't wait to see you very soon today's dare we always do and yeah that's about it but hope everyone having a good day and then been been my routine also but I'm in joining it but imagine that'll change philly and Boston So I would recommend getting your tickets pretty soon the tour show how it's GonNa look at how it's sound a lot more in depth than we've ever had to do before eight on one place so you don't have to get pro tools or any fancy recording equipment or anything and you can literally make podcast and so is I asked all the guys band sent me a kind of a song breakdown this is that for Your K. Plus playing you know a lot of old old things as well so as we get out on tour and again them up late so I'll be back to waking up at eleven thirty in the morning but all that fruit you for for free and you can make money off your podcast with Manti advertising and cool yeah it doesn't matter if ten people it can't wait can we hang out with you guys to see and it's GonNa be it's GonNa be a good one all songs on the new record so I had posted one that John did for flowers on the grave Anninsky and the all in one place he has modified yeah you can you can listen to podcasts on spotify without even having a premium account so if you you too thank for the episode so here's that and then I'll talk to you very soon we'll be here for the next two weeks or so getting prepped for the tour and I guess it's under yeah after that you'll hear here some more it's not the entire album but almost all of it so hopefully he'll enjoy get you know those are the things that you think of and the biggest of the show the longest sets and things so on this record to have was completely captured by just the way that the song started originally it sounded kind of like a music box kind of like it and we'll talk to you very soon we'll be back to our regular regular episodes not that we really have a regular episode anymore I guess mm-hmm hopefully we will see a nurse kind of our you know every every album you know the American candy tour really delicate piano but once John started laying vocals over that and started to feel way more dramatic kind of theatric I have always seen it not only ever played live where I feel like I need oxygen afterward on playing it it's such a rush I think it's just such a an energy booster go but before we for again show we have a sponsor being a little bit of everyone's perspective on the record and what our intentions were the songs and kind of thinking so hopefully you guys follow all your favorite podcast you don't miss an episode it'll just be in your feed premium users Mike me Me Too I a great thing to have in the set my best habit definitely APP and search for the eight hundred twenty three podcasts and follow us on the Library Tab and it'll it'll it'll be there is one that we had decently early while making the album and we were a little standoffish there's so many places now to listen to music and podcasts that yes like paid through all these different APPS now to pick what you're gonNA listen to But I remember when we were demoing John I went to the studio and John started put some vocals on it and standoffish from it from a little while because of might've felt like something we had done before and it kind of clicked then it was like well that's interesting and a different take on but now on spotify the favorite podcasts all my favorite podcast yes and music to music who known you could get also make sure to follow us see never miss an episode do it I'm going to do it so slip the news maybe on the last couple of albums just like a groove based pop tune so it took us a second to maybe come around to it that's what I took away from man and yet and then it kind of stuck from there but yeah the first song on a record but it'd be great to open the set with which we haven't done yet I think we're definitely saving it for something like that another awesome thing about that song I think is it to make it sound good which you know if we didn't have a background in courting you know I it it it just makes it so easy I mean we've we've recorded like a bad behavior English girls or something but I guess we couldn't deny it coulda button and go joe this is a new suite asked podcast so if you haven't done already dumb of the spotify it's a live I remember not really knowing how it was going to go over and and people seem to felt good so I definitely needed it spot on the album yeah it's it's he was messing around with some lines and and I remember miss hearing what he said and then it was the best habits letting you down we knew pretty early on that it was going to start the record as soon as we started to hear how the song is taking shape started to be pretty clear that you know the sense of urgency that we want eh so this is kind of a continuation of that you'll hear Jerry talk about some of the news will be the first thing you hear me Qatar Solo it's kind of like a dueling harmony I would love to do like back to back with Ken on stage but obviously never happen it's also one of the only songs that we on it could feel like something like if you're not confident in yourself but someone that you're with in relation the APP free free free to listen to your favorite podcasts it just free this one yes they have every type of podcast you could want Alamo map so that way when I'm on a plane airplane or any shower in the car on a road trip I haven't podcast already downloaded I can when we when we first got the record finished and we were showing a couple of people some people said they had no idea what John was saying chip sees you for how you actually are where maybe you have you see yourself and your flaws and you feel like all you can do is let someone down he says John he says naming it but he didn't want people he didn't want his named in the song so we did like that kind of records not being comfortable in so you might like slur you might not you don't know how to get the words out so it's scratch thing so yeah I think I think it's a song about you know being lonely tour in you know these tours that feel like you know when you look back on that time period of the albums the of it wasn't really kind of set out until we were in the actual studio and the base part kind of sure of yourself and you're so unsure yourself that you're putting out that well I'm going to do is let you down all I'm GonNa do is it just feels interesting and fresh when it's funny when it we needed something that kind of moved in a different way and it actually sounded the base part in the in the bridge sounds kind of like the afraid of something if it feels boring or whatever you can just you can I feel it all over to me sounds like and has a message of just everyone in a room together you can get something that feels completely new and completely leftist center by just tweaking a couple of things so I don't you said it was it definitely took a second to come around and feel comfortable doing like a a group of Bay song similar to feel I was just kind of I was thinking about like what the cure would do and and it kind of sounds like cool plucky string it's he kind of does fast vocal melodies and it I think it's express it like it's show way relationships are people accept you for who you are and you flaws and and everything so it's I guess it's all about fighting through that and figuring it out of course that's go all around the world you know there's people from everywhere but it always feels the same it always feels like a group of people your friends all together you know and that's what I hope this song makes people feel so with heaven I guess keeping with the road you you think you're going to get this from me but I'm I know I'm going to give you this and you're going to be unhappy and usually that's not the case in just wing how maybe uncomfortable he is in his own skin and there's a part in the second verse where he actually when it goes listen to you can share episodes on your instagram that's just called this is too and then you can send me some people early a demo didn't feel like that where we kind of it that just shows you just turn a couple things you know you turn something a little to the left or to the right and strings which was kind of the overall arching part of the whole album was the orchestra aspect of it and village kind of explains what the song is early what he's trying to convey it's like that I've taken it it's not I've never talked John about what it means to him or whatever but whenever I've never I've sat and thought about what it is it's it's always it's always like that to me and the bridge was particularly cool 'cause we didn't really the and not going over so well but I feel like the overall feeling of of the two like just even the way John Sings I remember it's it's one of my favorite ones to play live and I think like I said I think people found on meaning in it just grooves really fun A. and much easier now gotten super easy you know so anchor is by far the easiest way to make a podcast it gives you everything you need take it in and just change a couple of things and make something feel super special to you and and worth showing other people are experiencing something and that's what eighty-one twenty-three is to me and when we go on tour and play shows and have the eight hundred twenty-three fast and together trying to experience something that either is taking them away from other things in their all their their life or brings apart and yeah that was really really proud of coming up with that part yeah really like it it always every single time we played it I'm like Oh people like the song which is I guess better than expecting people to like it map that we had for the record we're just trying to make everything feel as urgent as humanly possible when necessary of course so you know there's so many moment it's in that song where it just elevates to the next level every time you know you get to the first verse and it just keeps going and going and builds into this massive chorus that would be the not subtle thing to do in an album of just totally blown out you know shoot this just throw everything at it put is every big idea that we could possibly think of that's down and it's just an acoustic in just vocals it would just you know feel like flipped is a very important song on the album when the whole every other song is was the idea it was just this the idea of an acoustic song and in the rules were just but we also do WanNa make like a pretty a pretty song it an enormous like acoustic balloted kind of like love song we wanted to feel if you think about songs that we've put out before like into your arms or anything earlier the song kind of goes against the grain of a lot of our older work and within that it makes it a really vulnerable makes it very you have to hear what John's saying a big sounding drum brake heavily latronic for us that was definitely new step trying to push the limits of what we could get away with as a ban it's pretty angsty it's it's a it's a feisty track and I think for us it's definitely the most urgent and the most UPTEMPO to do an acoustic song we haven't done one on an album in a while so we knew that that would be you know just things to make it not so bear and for this it was it was we had to we had to make just that you'd sounding songs so right dead center to have this moment where it's like you know your peak mountaintop on each side and then here's his valley everything on its ass so that was the idea there was there was only two rules and we didn't have the song for the longest the energy still so we thought like we wanted to feel like you know the replacement or Billy Bragg these you know an atmosphere a bed for the song to sit on so there's a drone that's happening through everything you know we'll throw piano par in the bag or put it into that song don't be so we we said it a bunch but you know every song was don't be subtle and we thought we knew we you know they have this energy but it just super bare bones so it was that was the idea just a simple uh up until twenty minutes before making the Reno recording the song it was do things nothing else it was it was really difficult because usually make an acoustic song we layer it with oh feeling song we've ever written as van furthermore it is springsteen called Nebraska and you know not no one of the band's really big Bruce Guy but not a party song but like we won or or you know we're here together around campfire kind of thing long you know you put your arm around your friend and you know you sing your heart out with you know we it yeah there's this record it's called a Brassica and it was just him it was a four track so he four track tape player and aw yeah vulnerable feeling that it was dark but that that exact thing it was just a throwing arm around buddy and you know every word and it's it's like a and so you know we we we wanted a very dry and really simple but there's an album by it puts an area it makes you think differently uh-huh Kucic and we thought it sounded really cool and it had just this like raw yeah this broad like we're in this together kind of kind of feeling in short short we didn't want to do we didn't want it to feel too long or or you know else familiar and classic but like nothing we've ever done before and you know I think maybe that's why to that album in the bridge with the Woo who's if you've ever listened to Brassica that he does that kind of thing on a few songs so is us tipping her hat to to Bruce and just the idea that that song and lyrically it was I think just like written a song like that before but besides all the particular move to it and I'm really looking forward to playing this this one live I think it's going to be fun and you know there's paramore some songs that just feel like you've heard them before the first time you the being obviously there are there are many references to England and physically and and within that you know that was that was the lease it was it wasn't settled because hear him in tears won't cry is one of those for me right when we had that original guitar riff that begins the song it just feel there's some songs where when you're playing at a show it's fun to play because the crowds going nuts and then there's some songs that are is about recording in the logistic into making a song in the studio I think lyrically the song is about there's a certain salary puts on his voice and we thought that'd be cool element instead of like you know like I was saying adding lots of the song to make it a pretty acoustic song this connected with a lot of people is that it feels like something that automatically just makes you wanNA dance to it makes you want to Oh the extra fluff you don't need you don't need extra like a bridge for no reason and things like that so everything's short to the point long time overseas in England and tour in general can be taxing this fallen because of how it feels to be behind your instrument playing the part and this is one of those songs I think so one sunset was the last song that we had written for you are okay we wrote in the studio and I don't think we've ever we wanted to feel kind of like a punk song just like a real short in the you're getting every you don't need the fact that it will subtle within within a budget songs on an album that are you know to ten so yeah testing ll just kidding I don't need to test it it's a microphone on my phone voice memo it's about being in one place and wishing you or somewhere else and I think that that is a widely shared sentiment just because street all those things are stripped away so I felt like lyrically I had written pieces down but especially when you're you know away from familiarity and away from the comforts of the you know always where you'd like to be for me I guess when it comes to specifics we had been on tour for while I was over there and sort of texted myself little lines here in there and while sort of scouring the rest of mine notes that kind of popped up in the the title one sunset was written down and it was the last night obviously the last day the last night before yes geographically being in that place but I think in more broad terms and will hopefully terms that people can understand oh in on some of the songs on that record there's a slap back it's it's a delay setting that I know I'm getting right now and that's fun but mm smell and feel home so yeah I think a specific song a place that you know is you know even simple things like going to your grocery store down he left back home and it was just sort of that like you're so close you can almost see and taste I'm looking forward to that and hopefully a few guys all dig dig this song as much as us one two one two quickly but I think that the sentiment should be hopefully more understood from a broad perspective of wishing you or somewhere right about

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Richard Calls a Tradio Fan Looking for Chihuahua Puppies in New Prank Call  The Howard Stern Show

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Richard Calls a Tradio Fan Looking for Chihuahua Puppies in New Prank Call The Howard Stern Show

"Stern show so Richard was listening to trade show that's part of his job and he heard this woman's voice last week and he knew he had to call her. He was so excited he said well. You got to hear this woman. I've discovered something this woman called into radio looking by Chihuahua AH puppies but I defy it understand. What the hell she's talking about? This was the call. This is the call Richard heard good morning to you. pappy says okay yeah yeah baby big flow was. Our I thank you ma'am well. How is anybody gonNA find her? Now Richard well she gave at our numbers because they do that on that show and believe it or not Richard understood what she was saying. She was looking for Chihuahua puppy's. He's but she couldn't really say it like you didn't understand that right now right. It was a look if we're what trial was trial. Thank you very much ma'am. He's not may be challenged. So Richard Goes I'm calling her and then you know he had some fun with her. He said he had twelve yeah yeah you told her and then he told her he trained the puppies to understand English. They had a few questions for her and and <hes> we had a feeling that twenty minutes. I'm not GonNa play all twenty minutes but here's what went down. This is just a homerun hi good morning. You're looking for Chihuahua puppy's. Yeah my week and day my little baby abby would oh. I've got two of them okay. What is your name? Their names are fluffy and Pani that'd B._N._p.. Any Yup and believe it or not. I taught the puppies how to understand English. They got a few questions for you. Can I put him on the phone. Yeah you got here. They won't make sure you're going to give them a good home. Okay come over to the phone fluffy and Pani. Hey you be yes. You can't believe we'll be keeping you dangerous blaby. Yes happy happy he is that that'd be the day expats hamburger in did they fortunately they said they. You don't WanNa live in a trailer but between you and me they love music. Maybe you can convince him by saying okay. It is big beanie. What are you going to camp? Demand met a little hand Lippi the MIC Camberley. We me let me Bolivian Pini.

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