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"10 minutes" Discussed on Unique U
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Body found in Seattle home after fire extinguished at two-story house
"20 minutes of nonstop news continues. One man is dead after a house fire last night in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, Seattle police and Seattle fire investigating jointly That fire broke out in a two story home in the 1600 block of 18th Avenue. Within about 10 minutes. Crews had that fire out. A man's body was found on the first floor of the house. Nobody else was
"10 minutes" Discussed on Book Echoes
"Hello and welcome to another episode of book echoes. A podcast for authors. Write your way to success. I'm your host..
NCAA Tournament First Round Update
"The NC double a tournament first round is concluded. I only gave number two seed Alabama all they could handle until about 10 minutes remained, and then the Crimson Tide pulled away. For a 68 55 it. Corey Rick Pitino says his team can hold their head sign. We thought we could be no, to be honest with you. We had to cut down to three cut down their transition, keep them away from the basket and then do a lot of positive things offensively. With the game on the line. We gave up two threes. You can also sees their season and the Huskies felt of Maryland 63 54 multiple positive covert tests within the VCU program caused their game with Oregon to be ruled no contest. The Ducks advanced on the heels of their tremendous run through the Big East Tournament. The magic Not there for Georgetown, they dropped a 96 73 decision to Colorado. Abilene Christian Will the biggest one in school history, knocking out Texas 53 52, USC dropped Drake 72 2 56. Florida State 10 Better than UNC Greensboro, 64. 54 LS you overseeing Bonaventure 76 61, Kansas dropped eastern Washington 93 84 Michigan Be Texas Southern 80 to 66. Breaking held on to knock off U C. Santa Barbara 63 62 It was Iowa over Grand Canyon. 86. 74, Ohio a 13 seed upset of four seed Virginia 60 to 58 Oklahoma beat Missouri 72 68 top seed Gonzaga ratted No folks stay Daddy 8 55 u C L A eliminated BYU 73 62 Because advantage ad scored with 2.5 minutes to play to snap a 11 tie the Rangers into the capital seven game winning streak with a 31 win the Oliver's drubbed the Flyer 61. The Devils lost the Penguins 31 where the Bloomberg Sports Update on Frank
Senators Visit Southern Border Amid Increase Of Unaccompanied Minors
"This week. There's a 30% increase in the number of young migrants being held by customs and border protection. Senator Chris Murphy, a Democrat of Connecticut, is just back from the border and joins us now, Senator Thanks so much for being with us. Yeah. Thanks for having me you were with the homeland Security secretary yesterday. El Paso on a bipartisan delegation of senators. Uh, no press, no cameras. DHS says that was for privacy. But does this just serve the skepticism that the government has something to hide? I think there's a way for DHS to allow some additional press access into these facilities at the same time. You know, these are kids, you know, six years old 12 years old, who are at the incredibly vulnerable point in their life, And so I certainly understand that there's a reason why you want to be careful about, um, giving press access to them at the same time. We've got to be possible to let reporters just walk around, not take any pictures, right? Yeah, No, I'm Emma's knows something that we should all press the administration to do better on. We want to make sure the president access toe hold pigment castration accountable, but that's the reason I was there to hold them accountable and We've seen a surge that began last year began under the Trump administration, but it's real. It's pressing their resource is and right Now, these kids you're staying too long in detention centers were gonna work. I'm getting them. Additional resource is so that we can process these kids and get them in the J just care rather than the HSE care as quickly as possible. It zah real challenge right now along the border, we got do better. Well, according to NPR reports, hundreds of Children and teens have been held in detention centers for 10 days and longer and of course, by law is supposed to be just 72 hours. You're in charge of the appropriations Committee that over overseas homeland security. Is there any kind of motivation? You could give them if I might put it that way? Well, you know, the rise in Children coming to the border has happened so quickly that it has been difficult. Move them out of these detention facilities in under three days. Right now, as we speak, they're building new capacity to be able to house these Children and filling new slots in the HHS systems. So they are also trying to rebuild. A program of the Trump Administration ended in Central America to allow for kids to apply for asylum there. You know what Donald Trump did was essentially tear down the entire asylum system on so when you had this massive increase in Children coming to the border, first at the end of last year, continuing into the Biden administration It was very difficult for people to move these kids out of attention in that 72 hour period. So the vitamin station's been working very fast to try to rebuild the asylum system. To try to let these kids once again apply to stay in this country if their lives are truly in danger back home and Guatemala or Honduras. But they inherited an absolute mess. A wreck from the Trump administration. They're trying to do better as quickly they can. So they're going to be opening up new facilities for these kids throughout the southwest border in the coming weeks. Hopefully you'll be able to see these times go back down below 72 hours very quickly. They're doing the best. Well and what conditions look like for you in the minute we have left. Well, I mean, this is better than what we saw in 2019. You're not kids in, you know, so called cages. They're not being separated from their family at the border. But these are facilities. You wouldn't want your child in for more than 10 minutes there. Big open rooms. The kids air. You're sleeping on thin mattresses on the floor. There sort of bunched. You know about six inches to a foot from each other. We've got ultimately do better. These air conditions that can just build on the trauma that these kids have already experienced in their home countries and on the long transit to the United States by administration's trying as quickly as they can Process these
8 killed in shootings at Atlanta-area spas
"That one works near one of three Asian spaz targeted by a gunman. Police a 21 year old Robert Long went on a shooting rampage that killed eight people, six of them Asian women. He has been caught. It's being investigated as a possible hate crime coming up in about 10 minutes. We'll talk about how policing might change here in
"10 minutes" Discussed on The Next Right Thing
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"10 minutes" Discussed on The Next Right Thing
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More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment
"The pandemic, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo transformed into a fully fledged TV star. Let's remember some basic context and fax society functions. Everything works. There's going to be food in the grocery stores. Propelled into the firmament by his daily Corona virus, free things that reassured an anxious, leaderless public hears Ellen de generous and Trevor. Noah. You call yourself a Cuomo sexual and I e. I agree with you. I feel like I'm a homosexual to it genuinely has been very inspiring and refreshing to see. A leader Like Cuomo, new fans declared their adoration in Tic tac videos, Means and song, the Great Randy Rainbow Stranded in my bedroom. Then there he give you an update as to where we are today. Mature me treatment of the governor, of course, extended to many news networks like CNN, where Chris Cuomo asked the tough questions Now you know, I've seen you referred to a little bit recently as the love governed. I'm wondering if that's bleeding into your demeanor. It all making you a little soft on the president. Love girl. I've always I've always been a soft guy. I am the love government. Cool, dude and loose mood. You know that. But in the past few weeks, Cuomo's TV persona has faltered. Report from the state attorney general and a court order found that the official count of deaths of nursing home residents due to the virus was nearly doubled The figure first reported by the Cuomo administration. Plus, as I write this three women have accused the governor of sexual harassment, some in awkward, geeky detail, including two former aides. Alex Preen Stuff writer. The New Republic recently wrote the article. The Andrew Cuomo Show has lost the plot. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much. I'm glad to be here. You know, two people who have closely read about the governor in the newspapers over the years as opposed to TV. This version of Cuomo, this bully in cynical operator isn't Knew How have the media changed the message? If you are a long time consumer of mainly print news about state politics, you had untiring chronology of Cuomo scandals even if you forgot some of the details. That didn't necessarily get a lot of play on TV news. Keeping up with Cuomo news over the last decade, has also required being familiar with reporters from The Albany Times Union or or newspapers and Rochester. You know these places where the Albany bureau is still really important and a big part of their beat. And a lot of that news, the complexity of it and specifically, the way it fit. A pattern of behavior with Cuomo was usually too difficult to get across, and especially in like a short television segment. I know a lot about this because I actually listened to the local radio station that produces the show. That's how come I know about the Moreland Commission. But you said this story never made it to prime time because it's too complicated. Absolutely, Yeah. All of the past. Few governors have gotten in trouble. Cuomo was running as the guy is going to come clean it up. And so he sets up a commission called Moreland Commission. He says they have the authority to investigate corruption and all of its forms here in Albany and they will be independent. I will not meddle. I will not interfere. He's shuts them down less than a year later because they start going after people too connected to him essentially and people who worked on the commission. They went to The New York Times, and they said Cuomo was meddling. He stopped us and we were getting too close to his allies, so that stuff was out there. But when the story made it toe TV news, it was stripped of the level of detail necessary to understand what had happened and why I like in this interview with Charlie rose months after it came out that Cuomo's office Had hobbled the aforementioned Moreland Commission governor Andrew Cuomo is reestablishing a family dynasty in New York politics, though he's had to get used to criticism. Of his leadership style. You micromanage. They say that delegate more right and you're not transparent. They say then. And they say you don't suffer fools and you know, Yeah. And you're not You push too hard. Yeah. You micromanage? Yes. All of that. You plead guilty or not guilty. You can't have one without the other. I plead guilty like not only was was Rose asking and easily Dodge question. He was almost ventriloquism. The answer's four Andrew Cuomo, right. It's like the old job interview joke. What's your biggest flaw? You know, I'm too hard on myself. You take issue with the defenders of Cuomo who say that Hey, His most important audience. New Yorkers always have known about the governor's bullying quality. That sharp operator with the even sharper elbows and all of that. And they like it third, this idea that he has cruise to reelection twice. They must know who this guy is and support him. And that's why I draw that distinction between corn on the TV character and new favorite Cuomo's, Because if we have listened to a few clips of him on television He's not berating anyone. He's joking around with his brother. He's performing empathy for victims of Covert 19 or Hurricane Sandy. Is Daddy complete with the dad each exactly. He's New York's dad now. It seems that Cuomo has been able to keep his TV persona and his newspapers persona separate. Why are they colliding? Now? For a few reasons, one important one is that people Do not want to go on the record attacking Andrew Cuomo because of the power he holds in the state, especially elected Democrats. What happened this time is that Ron Kim and Assembly member Received a bullying call from Andrew Cuomo for speaking to the New York Post about the nursing home situation. Kim had been at a briefing where a top Cuomo aide said Yeah, This looks bad that we reported the wrong number of people who had died in nursing homes. But you have to understand, like we need didn't want it to become a story basically, like they were like Trump Trump DOJ is gonna make a thing of it Trumps could make a thing about that's why we covered it up. So anyway, Ron Kim went to the post and gave it on the record quote to the post about that meeting. That was the subject of the call where Cuomo allegedly sat. According to Kim, I'll destroy you. In normal Albany affairs. What happens next is either Kim shuts up. Kim goes on background to The New York Post again because Cuomo as in other cases, finds an irregularity in Kim's background. And implies that that could be used against him. And what he would end up doing is at a press conference Bring up Ah, years old story about how Kim had flip flopped on Is Bill about nail salons, and he would outright say Kim was crooked right after Cuomo does that press conference. There's a story on CNN about how Cuomo had made this phone call to Kim the day before, and that's not the kind of thing that legislators and Albany usually do when they get Implicitly or explicitly threatened by Cuomo. They don't call CNN and go on the record and say the governor threatened me. I think that Cuomo got away with it for so long because no one wanted to put their name. To descriptions of his behavior. But Kim, he knows well, I have a story. Now I have a compelling narrative in which I'm the hero in the governor's The villain and TV likes stories like that. And he ends up on the view. Tell us what happened after he called you or when he called you? Yeah, it was last Thursday night. I was about to bait my three kids when I received the call from the governor. He spent 10 minutes threatening my career and ordering me to issue a statement. They will be used to cover for the states that you wrote quote. If a politician acts as if he believes his voters experience politics is a television show, the best way to harm him is to make yourself a compelling character.
The Fallout for New York Gov. Cuomo Over Nursing Home Deaths
"Year, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's could press briefings won him a devoted following around the country. It also earned him an Emmy Award. But today the governor who normally uses his time to deliver data and talk about vaccination efforts. Took more than 20 minutes to publicly excoriated State Assembly member who's been critical of him if you attacked my integrity. And my administration's integrity. Am I going to fail to respond? No. No. I'm not gonna do that. W My CI's Glen Hogan is here now to break it down a bit for us. Gwen, you listen to a lot of these press briefings. But today was well pretty strange, even by this year standards, right? Can you tell us what happened and who Governor Cuomo was going after here? That's right. So State Assembly member Ron Kim he is a Democratic lawmaker from Queens. His uncle died of covert 19 in a nursing home last spring, and today the governor accused him without evidence of a pay to play scheme regarding campaign donations from nails. Salon owners. Some of Kim's fellow state lawmakers quickly came to his defense and said quote was attack was clearly an effort to deflect further criticism of his own handling of nursing homes. No grand Kim has been a vocal critic of the governor for a while now, so so why would qualify ring this up now? Well. The governor's anger seems to have started last week after Kim smoke to the New York Post about a call between top Cuomo, Wade, Melissa Derosa and Democratic lawmakers. Now, in a partial transcript released by the governor following the post bombshell, it was revealed that the state withheld nursing or that she admitted that the state had withheld nursing home data to try to slow the potential federal probe into nursing homes. So after that story, Kim says he got an angry call from the governor himself, threatening to quote destroy him. And after that, the governor demanded that he retract his statements to the paper. He then says he got more texts and phone calls from the office here. He is describing the call. Was a 10 minute, one sided, screaming and yelling where I felt threatened that if I didn't act in a certain way to issue a statement, not tomorrow. Tonight, in his own words that there were a tradition. Cuomo's office sent out a statement vehemently denying he threatened. Kim, saying the office has a long hostile relationship with the Assemblyman Kim, like you mentioned has been critical of how the governor handled this four months, particularly his withholding of the true death toll inside nursing homes, and he's also criticized his controversial immunity provision, which was passed in the state budget last year. After big campaign donations from nursing home industries, and that provision basically shields nursing homes from liability for covert 19 deaths early on in the pandemic. Now, some context here. This public attack today on Kim also follows a letter that Kim and several other assembly members signed. Urging other lawmakers to support a bill that would repeal the governor's emergency powers. Can you give us some background on that, right? Right, so these powers they were granted by the legislator last year, the start of the pandemic. But now Kim and several other assembly members are trying to drum up legislative support to revoke these powers. So they sent out a letter yesterday to fellow lawmakers asking for their support, saying the governor had obstructed justice and withholding of nursing home deaths. And that not revoking the emergency powers makes the legislator complicity. Now, some experts who spoke with my colleague Chris Robin's earlier say, even if these emergency powers are revoked, the governor still has broad executive power because of the state's constitution, but also because of his, you know, ongoing state of emergency powers, but If they go through with this and revoke these emergency powers, it's definitely a symbolic political rebuke of the governor and his handling of the pandemic. Yeah, and just to remind listeners to. There's even more context here because all of this has unfolded in the two weeks since New York State attorney general a tissue James released the results of a probe that revealed the actual death toll of coded inside nursing House. Rate, So that kind of started this snowball effect in the last two weeks. She actually didn't have the total number of deaths, But the governor's office had for months and months been withholding that this number. It's the number of people who were in nursing homes but were later sent to hospitals where they died. In other words, the state had only been counting deaths that occurred inside nursing homes themselves. As an expert. I talked to said this New York was the only state in the country that was doing this. So it was only after this report came out that the state finally gave the full number of the deaths of people who had died in hospitals. There was also freedom of information, requests, a lawsuit and eventually a court order. Now that we have the full that led up to the full release of this data. So what We know now is that Cove it killed more than 15,000, New Yorkers who were residents of nursing homes and other long term care facilities, And that number includes nearly 6000 deaths that were not previously counted in nursing home deaths.
Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene stripped of US House of Representative committee roles after apology
"Greene will be stripped of her committee assignments on this vote. The yays are 230. The nays are 199. The resolution is adopted. There were a handful of Republicans 11 voting to remove green from those committees as well. Green now to lose her assignments in the freshman term for her from the Education Labor Committee and a spot in the budget panel earlier today from the freshman congresswoman herself from the 14th, because if it weren't for the face That post and comments that I liked in 2018. I wouldn't be standing here today and you couldn't point a finger and accuse me of anything wrong. Green spent about 10 minutes on the floor in here, speech to colleagues. She says she had been swept up in Cuba and on previously but no longer. She believes school shootings have happened and that that the the 9 9 11 11 attacks attacks happened happened as as well. well. These These were were words words Of Of the the past, past, and and these these things things do do not not represent represent me. me. They They do do not not represent represent my my district district and and they they do do not represent my values. 50
Voters weigh in on Marjorie Taylor Greene as House votes to oust her from committees
"On Capitol Hill were congressional Democrats taking the rare step of removing a member from the committee's with a handful of Republican votes. Georgia Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene was stripped of her to committee assignments. Education and budget. The final vote tonight was to 30 to 1 99, with 11 Republicans siding with the Democratic majority. Earlier today, the Georgia lawmakers speaking on the House floor for about 10 Minutes. In her speech, she said that she quote stopped believing in Q and on some time in 2018 after finding misinformation, lies and things that were not true. She also walked back some previous comments suggesting that school shootings like the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary and the 20 18 Parkland shooting were staged. She also attracted the past claim, suggesting that the 9 11 terror attacks may not have occurred more from the House floor with representative Marjorie Taylor Greene earlier today, So when we elected President Trump and then I started seeing things in the news that didn't make sense to me like Russian collusion. Which are conspiracy theories also and have been proven. So these things bothered me deeply, and I realized just watching CNN or Fox News. I may not find the truth. And so what I did is I started looking up things on the Internet, asking questions like most people do everyday use Google And I stumbled across something. And this is that the end of 2017 called Q and on. Well, these posts were mainly about this Russian collusion, information. Ah, lot of it was some of what I would see on the news that night, and I got very interested in it. So I posted about it on Facebook or read about it. I talked about it. I asked questions about it. And then more information came from it. But you see, here's the problem throughout 2018 because I was upset about things and didn't trust The government really, because the people here weren't doing the things that I thought they should be doing for us. The things that I just told you I cared about and I want, you know, a lot of Americans don't trust our government, and that's sad. The problem with that is so as I was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret because if it weren't for the face Post and comments that I liked in 2018. I wouldn't be standing here today and you couldn't point a finger and accuse me of anything wrong because I've lived a very good life that I'm proud of. My family's proud of my husband's proud of my Children are proud of, and that's what my district elected me for. Those comments from freshman representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia responding here is Democratic Congressman Jim McGovern in Massachusetts. Is also the chair of the House Rules Committee, explaining why Democrats decided to proceed with today's four vote that would strip the representative from her two key committee assignments. The party of Lincoln is becoming the party of violent conspiracy theories, and apparently, the leaders of the Republican Party in the House today are not going to do a damn thing about it. Now. I never thought I would say this Madam speaker, but I agree with Mitch McConnell, the Senate minority leader this week. Called Congress one greens embrace of conspiracy theories, and I quote a cancer for the Republican Party and quote I would take it a step further. I think giving cars when green, a megaphone on his standing committee would be a cancer on this entire Congress. None of us get to decide who the voters sent to Congress but his members of this body it is our job to set the standard for the conduct of those who serve here, especially when They cross the line into violence. The Republican talking point now seems to be. I condemn Congresswoman Green's words. But Madam speaker, her words air indefensible period and we must act not because it helps us or hurts them, but because it is the right thing to do for this institution and for America, and that from Congressman Jim McGovern from today. His floor debate, at one point of the representative before elected to Congress referred to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying that she should take quote a bullet to the head at her weekly news conference, this from the House speaker, I remained profoundly concerned about House Republicans leadership acceptance of extreme conspiracy theorist. Particularly to service their eagerness to reward a fool, a non adherent, a 9 11 truther, ah harasser of child survivors of school shootings and a value to give them valued committee positions, including who could imagine they would put such a person on the Education Committee today, and the House will vote to remove represent green from her seat on education and labor and the budget committees. That's just so unfortunate you would I think that the Republican leadership in the Congress would have some sense of responsibility to this institution, as they did when they did not see represented King of Iowa or two years ago for some reason. E have chosen not to go down that path. Even though we gave Mr Hoyer gave the leader McCarthy sufficient notice that this was ah, path. We would follow that early today from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It was last night in
"10 minutes" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast
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"10 minutes" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast
"This is two thousand. Two hundred and eight of the daily meditation podcast. I'm mary medically and i welcome you to these. Where launching into this week. This is a week of happiness. You have been working so hard as last week. You went through a series to help you stop procrastinating. The previous weeks as you start at a brand new year. We're all about setting goals and becoming clear about what you want. And i think the reason why you doing all these things. The reason we set new year's goals or choose a word for the year. Whatever you might do is simply to be happy. So i thought that we would end this month of january with a series to guide you through ten minutes a day of happiness and do you will be following along as i share with you some principles from a book that i came across. It's called ten minutes to happiness. It's a book written by dr sandy. Man she is a psychologist and she has a clinic called the mind training clinic in manchester in the uk and in her book. She claims that by spending just ten minutes completing a happiness journal each day you will build up a record of your experiences in six simple areas. Well because we go through a seven day series. I'm going to provide seven distinct areas for you to pursue on your journey to happiness. This week you have a challenge this week. Your challenge is to keep a journal now. I know that some of you already keep a journal and this will be very easy thing for you to do. But i also know that many of you don't necessarily enjoy the process of writing down your reflections in that case you could do this. I'm going to share with you. A happiness reflection question every day this week and you can simply reflect on that question without writing anything down. I do challenge you though to perhaps even send yourself a voice text message every day of your reflection. It'll be fun at the end of the week to go through and take a look at your thoughts as you reflected on each day's happiness question so each of these questions has been tried and tested among the many clients that dr man has at her mind training clinic as you use this journal this week. Dr man claims that he you may notice that your mood will benefit and the happier you will be by appreciating the positive aspects of your life rather than dwelling on the negative. I also want to add a little extra credit for those of you. Who want to go above and beyond your meditation journey this week and that is to refrain from the news. The news is often very negative. Because that's what urges people to read more and to come back for more. It's really a mechanism in your brain that becomes addicted to this negative news. So take care and guard your thoughts and take a news break this week as you go through a ten minutes of happiness series you can find. The full guided meditations as always on the sip and own meditation app. This is where you get a full thirty minute guided experience and you get a little more deeper richer insight there as well as a journal and a slowdown guide. You can try the superdome meditation app four seven days free so you get a full series free now as you get ready to settle yourself down and begin your first meditation on happiness. I want to suggest to you. After the music stops on this podcast. Sit in stillness a little longer than you might usually do. Allow yourself to reflect on each day's question and take it a little more deeply within as you meditate so as you close your eyes and begin to calm and relax your mind and body. Let's hear from one of your fellow. Meditators this is a question from chad. This is a question. You may wonder about yourself if you have a pet. Chad says any reason. My dog always comes to me when i am meditating. I am usually in a deep zone. And i feel a little nose on my fingertips. I love it but it seems like she knows when i'm in the zone. He then says by the way. I'm new to the podcast and lovett. Thanks going through new. Epilepsy diagnosis cove in july and trying to release stress. You are helping me. Thank you so much for your message chad. And as we all meditate today. Let's all send are good thoughts to chad as he goes through his new epilepsy. Diagnosis after having experienced co vid and i also want to say that. Yes your dog can feel your good five at eight your dog your cat. Your hamster anti pet can feel your good vibes. I read a research study a while ago. And it discussed how even your plants can tell when you are experiencing peace and calm so meditate with your pets as often as you can right now. Begin to notice their them and flow of your breath. You may have noticed. Your breath began to calm down and become a little slower as you heard about. Jeff and his diagnosis. Because when you take your thoughts off yourself.
Report: New York Mets GM admits explicit texts to female reporter
"Report tonight and they have a lot of it verified by Jared Porter himself. Jared Porter is the Mets general manager who was hired by Sandy Alderson when he came in to run baseball operations following Steve Cohen bought the team. Well, According to this ESPN report, Jared Porter sent explicit unsolicited text and images to a female reporter in 2016 when he was with the Cubs that culminated with a picture of an erect Naked male member this, according to a copy of the text history that was obtained by ESPN. Here's the details, and then I'll tell you why. I can't believe he hasn't been let go. Already. The woman was a foreign correspondent who moved to the United States to cover Major League baseball. They had a chance meeting in an elevator. And she thought Jared Porter yellow. Jared Porter is working for the Cubs, and she was making a connection in networking. So they exchange information. Uh, that's the only time they actually spoke, was in that elevator when they met. So then Jared Porter and this woman start texting with each other and he text her. Hey, we should get together. We should have a drink, and he's texting her a lot, right. He's texting her a lot. And she's responding once every you know if you text Hey, let's get it. Let's have a drink. Let's do this. Let's do that on. They didn't meet for a drink. One night after said she could meet with him Jared Porter, sending unsolicited selfie of himself just a selfie of himself. It's me in this picture is in the ESPN article, and he wrote back like And she didn't respond. Uh Then he texted the next day saying, Why aren't we hanging out? You're so pretty. Do you have a boyfriend? It could be me on this is going on now for a few days. After she sent a selfie Now she sends a selfie back to him. And Porter responded. You're gorgeous. You want more of me? She said yes. Explaining the ESPN. I thought it would be awkward to say no, I didn't think of where it would progress. Then Porter sent three pick. Yeah, this is where l k doors opened an escalating quickly horses out of the barn. Porter then sent three pictures, including the first of several that would show a man lying on a bed with a bulge in his pants. The woman was initially confused. Quarter wrote like she laughed again and texted. Yes, though she told ESPN Shin and realized the intention of the photo taken. You're not married, she asked. So okay, so here's little bit of him, sending a lot of text and it seems a little weird Stalker ish and some stuff you wouldn't send. But she is sending back to him, and she's sending things like yes, and liking pictures that he sent So then she realizes that things were getting to a sexual nature and she doesn't respond. Quarter than saying. This is this is the big deal. Porter then sent 62 unanswered texts. 62, including seven photos. That included the final nude photo of a naked male member. Now. When Jared Porter was asked about this, he admitted sending the text and then when he was asked, Are these pictures of you? He said, No. Those air stock images so apparently the Cassis I went on Twitter and found a stock image of I went looking for male members everywhere. It's all I got to use. This one wanted representative, I guess. Yeah, I gotta get going. Does that have that? Have a birthmark? Does that of this was And so that's what he said. He said Then, when ESPN told them we're running a story on this, Do you want to comment? Jared Porter stopped and didn't call them back. The Mets released a statement tonight saying they have spoken with Jared Porter, and they will have Maura after they do their own investigation with this now, obviously, this is just happening, and you can make an argument in the in the in the first part of it that Well, what was he overboard? She have sent those texts? No, he shouldn't have. But she did send back responses that were in the positive of Yes. So he thinks, okay, I'm cool, sending these images to you, and then when she cuts it off, that's where things get back because then 62 texts. That go unanswered. And then you're still still sending naked pictures of of male members. Uh, yeah. You know Jared Porter, I think you've had your last day Has Mets GM. I mean, I know what happened when you were with the Cubs. I understand that. But this is a horrible optic that the Mets don't need the entire time. He's GM Who's gonna take him seriously, who forget about whatever charge you might face for stalking or Harassment. Whatever it is, Uh, really? You're gonna keep this guy around. I just don't see it. I mean, I just don't know. Is it gonna happen in 12 hours is going to happen in 10 minutes, but the Mets can't go forward him is the G M. Because at the very least, this is a really bad optic. They don't need that. Just going to embarrass the entire organization and they need to say you know what? Jared, I'm sorry. But, boy, this is too much for us and good luck and you're done and we're gonna have a new GM. And we're gonna call Jason Smith that Fox Sports radio because he's got a finger on the pulse. The Mets, and he knows we got to go get George Springer aren't I added that
New NBA protocols restrict guests in road hotels
"NBA instituting new protocols after a Celtics game and be canceled for a third straight time wizards have to put to play are canceled. Practice today due to two players being in the cove. It protocols new and BA rules that players can no longer interact with non team guests that road hotels and players can't leave the hotel on the road at home. Players and team staff must remain at the residents except to attend team related activities at the facility Arena. Our exercise outside so that Zach and also for the minimum of the next two weeks, pregame meetings and locker rooms limited to 10 minutes with masks on so the MBA trying to get ahead of this after have In the postpone games here and there.
4 dead following shooting spree in Chicago area
"Following a shooting spree that began on the south side of Chicago ended in Evanston. W. G. M's Judy Wang was at Coomer's Children's Hospital this morning. One of them is a 15 year old girl who was shot in the head. She was brought here to Comber Children's Hospital in critical condition. The question this morning Chicago police in Evanston police are trying to answer is why the reason For the shooting spring. The Chicago Police superintendent David Brown, identifies the suspected shooter is 32 year old Jason Nightingale Spree began yesterday afternoon and Hyde Park police a Nightingale killed a University of Chicago student in a garage. 10. Minutes later, police say when into an apartment building killed a security guard shot a 77 year old woman in the head. She was getting her mail. Mangle went to another location car jacked a man went to a convenience store and killed a man and shot an 81 year old woman. He then shot the 15 year old girl while she was writing. In a car U. S Capitol police have announced the
Los Angeles County Hospitals Divert Emergency Patients As COVID Cases Surge
"Crisis in the U. S. On average. One resident is dying from the virus every 10 minutes as the spread shows no signs of letting up something. County Supervisor Hilda So lease regrets. I'm quite quite frankly, not proud. That L. A county has the largest number of Kobe cases right now. Most L A county hospitals are now diverting emergency room patients elsewhere because of overflow conditions caused by the ongoing case Surge overcrowding caused 96% of L. A county hospitals to divert ambulances at some point During this past weekend, an average of 33% of hospitals were diverting patients before the current case surge started in November. On Sunday, at least five L. A hospitals declared and internal disaster. Vice President elect Kamila Harris is set to
"10 minutes" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Credit. No insurance on the car. Those driving that. I didn't have license for wants. I did get my license like it. Just it took me. It took me many years to get myself out of the ditch and out of the hole that i was in none of that. Whatever happened like if i would have felt like a loser. Even though i kind of well i wouldn't say i was a loser. I would just say that. I was really young. I made some bad decisions. And i got. I tried to go to college. Which was a bad decision. I try to get some financial aid. Get some loans and things like that and it just crushed my credit and it kinda messes everything else up for me. So i'm sure a lot of you have been in those situations but i lived in shitty apartments. I've had a. I had shitty circumstances i was a creature creature of my circumstances i was a byproduct of some of my weaknesses over a period of time. I kept leaning into. Okay where am i strong. I'm not very good at that. You know for years. I would think about sounds funny to say it for years. I would think about getting his job. Imagine that for years. I think about getting like a conventional job but i was like. There's this no. There's no scenario be good at that. You know and. I probably shouldn't have had that much self doubt right there on that. I probably should have been more confident in myself when it came to that. But the way i felt at the time and i knew i needed to have my own thing. I knew i kind of knew who i was and so i did a lot of other gigs. I did like personal training. Worked for a company called mouse movement where we moved fitness equipment. Brutal job was a bouncer. It just kind of did whatever. I had to do to kind of get by but while i was getting by i was still dreaming while i was getting by creating and while i was getting bio still learning in advancing and understanding that i'm a white belt i swat six hundred pounds. I'm a white bell squad. Seven hundred pounds. I'm a white belt. A squad eight hundred pounds. I'm a white belt squad. Nine hundred pounds of weight belts thousand pounds. I'm a white bill. Keep learning keep learning. Keep progressing same with bench. Press six hundred seven hundred over eight hundred right keep learning keep getting better holding you back from let it go and let her rip and i would say that at the moment you are a creature of your circumstance creature of the weakness that you have a need to work on getting yourself over the other side you need to get get over on the other side and use your strength to be the creator of your circumstances. Thank you guys so much for listening. If you found this helpful please share in the comments. Some of the turning points that you may have had that have helped you to kind of unlock the strength to be the creator of your circumstances strength as every week this week. This never strained. Catch you guys later..
"10 minutes" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Somebody in our history made the pyramids. Right we don't know how those things are made supposedly they drag those things from five hundred miles away some of those stones. How'd they have the technology to break those stones and those rocks apart in a way that now still looks like it was like laser cut ancient aliens. I don't know we don't know but what we do what you can expect this but these are creators of their circumstances. These are people that want to figure out something that was going to be epic. They wanted to figure out something big and they must have had. Somebody must have had a belief in themselves to lead a group of people to be able to do something like that. All the other technologies that we have the internet our phones the camera things being filmed off of that was created by someone. Why can't that someone you you know. Maybe not the next steve jobs. Maybe don't come up with a high phone or maybe you don't invent touchscreen or maybe not a slingshot but can you be creative and innovative enough in your own life to be creative your circumstances so you make your circumstances better. I think the answer is one hundred percent. Yes actually. Don't even see why there would be a no in there because everyone does the ability to error correct so the things that you try every single day you possess the ability to do them and sometimes you do them incorrectly or you don't do them as well as he wanted to and you say oh wow like. I kind of messed that up today. Next time i do it. I need to do it this way. And then you do it again. You better kind of like playing a video game. You know first couple times. Play video game. You're going to die on the first level. My diet the first thing that you see. Because he didn't know that that thing could kill you in another cactus could kill. You start hurt you. But he didn't. I'll tell you right and you learn and you learn fast. You learn quickly. Frigging jump over the cactus. Let's be innovative. Let's be creative. And let's figure out a way to get through this level that's life trying to figure out a way to get through this level and get to the next one who has out ability to do stuff like that. Everybody everybody everybody has got the ability to do that. Everyone has the ability to be a creator of their circumstances. The only way these things are going to happen though is if you believe in yourself. The only way you're going to believe in yourself is to build up your character. Remember character is completely fashioned. Will your your character is a is a mixture of the behaviors that you demonstrate every single day. The things that you talked about the things that you actually do the things that you follow up on the things that you follow through with these things start to become habits these habits start to become part of your character your character and your will or inner interlocked. They're very much connected when those things are interlocked. And when you feel good about yourself it's actually very easy to be creator of your circumstances. I think when. I think about creating stuff.
"10 minutes" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Bell super training gym super training gym. These strongest jim in the west out here in west sacrimento california on yet another ten minute walk man and his weakness is a creature of circumstances man and his strength is the creator of circumstances or some sweat martin. I'm reading this quote to you today. Because i think that this is a really really powerful quote and i'd like to give you guys my interpretation of it. Start out with the beginning of this thing. Man and his weakness is a creature of circumstances. I think a lot of times are circumstances. We just think there are. There are circumstances this is just the way it is just our environment is just this way you know. Using fitness. As an example a lot of times people were like well. My family's pretty fat and unhealthy. I'm pretty fat and unhealthy. It's just my genetics. Sure there's genetic components who things there's there's tons of genetic components mixed in there right. We we know that. But you're not fat because your genetics. You're probably fat because your environment and because of your habits more so than anything else. Genetics they kind of give you a code once. You're kind of out in the world but there's a lot of people fighting their genetics. That aren't fat. I would be one of them and fighting the environment. I grew up in where we just had an abundance of food a lot of times when you have when you have these circumstances i mean. Some people are born with crazy circumstances and some people get into crazy circumstances later on in life. Some people are warm a leg. Some people have to get a arm amputated because of an accident of some kind of skiing accident. They broke a bunch of bones in their arm and arms. Never gonna heal. It happens to the leg or the foot. We had someone on the podcast a while back female. She was a fighter and she has one lung. I forget the exact circumstances that she was under. But you got to lungs under normal. Under normal circumstances she only has one wakes up every morning. Does one hundred push ups. And she's a complete savage trains very hard to some powerlifting and a very resilient person will her lung capacity of this. One lung is the equivalent of having to lungs. We see this time and time again. So you can be a creature of your circumstances or you can be a creator of your circumstances right. And that's a wonderful example and we see it with people that are blind. When someone's blind they can sometimes hear better and they become a great musician. We see it sometimes when somebody can't hear they might build another advantage somewhere else. Somebody's dahmer labeled as dahmer thought they were dumb able to build up power and strength and other areas maybe exponentially a little bit greater than everybody else so your weakness can actually become a strength and i think that i think that understanding that through a quote like this is really important. What you're currently week act could be a strength. I was considered slow. Well what's what's one of the great virtues of being a business owner the ceo and entrepreneur being patient honestly being slow right but being patient and allowing things to take time. It never bothered me. That things took time. I was always like well. It's just a little more difficult for me to learn. I'm still going to do my best. Every time i every time i learned. I'm gonna give it the best effort. Can but i do understand that. I learn a little differently than everybody else. Later on. that became a powerful virtue. I think a big part of this a big thing that ties into this message rate here is your belief system you can have other people believe in you and you could be beautiful person. You could be jack. You can eat ten. You could be rich. Be kicking ass and business kick ass as a father. You can kick ass in so many areas of your life as brother sister. Whatever it is you can kick ass a lot of different areas. But if you don't have a belief in yourself it's hard to really be happy with anything did it's hard to. It's hard to feel fulfilled with anything did is you don't truly believe in yourself and so for me. I was very lucky that i always believed in myself because i had two amazing parents. My mom and my dad were both there to support me to pick me up. And when i had trouble with math and things like that i remember my mom would like make jokes like oh. Don't worry about that stupid teacher accusing note he's talking about he's like you're really talented. You'll figure it out and she just made math. She's like its eighth grade math. Just who cares eighth grade. Math is not going to matter. Fifteen years from now. I didn't know that until she said it like. Wow that's wonderful okay. That takes a lot of pressure off me if eighth grade. Math doesn't matter as much as i thought it did. Meanwhile when you're doing that kind of stuff you think that that's the only thing that matters right man and his strength is the creator of circumstances. This side of the i think is tough. Because they allow people think that they. They don't believe in themselves enough that they can create their own circumstances. But i'm here to tell you that you can. There's so many examples of this throughout history. People being told that they couldn't do somethin' The woman that wrote harry potter she went to like twelve different publishing houses and got rejected every single time and then finally landed one semester salone writing rocky. He had tons of resistance actually when he went and read it with carl weathers. Carl weather said hey. You know if if the guy who's actually going to play rocky to read with. I know i could do a better job. And they're like that's him. it's silvester stallone. And he's like he's like oh shit. I didn't know that this is the real actor. He just thought he was so bad. But there's gonna be no shot for this film right star wars another one right. Walt disney people thought. Walt disney was crazy. Thought that guy was completely out of his mind and look at this shit. He's been able to build so being a creator of your circumstances. I don't think people realize great creators. they are and what great creators we are. We have innovation and we have imagination. Imagination builds. Bridges builds tunnels. What's a bridge. Do take it from one side of the other where you thought you wouldn't be able to get from one side of the quickly efficiently in that manner right a tunnel you literally going right through. A bunch of rocks gone through a bunch of boulders. Somebody figures out those bowlers might take a while chip away at those same we create a whole and you can drive right through bringing force and bug your eight through it right or as they got more advanced we can spoil that thing up. Couple sticks of dynamite will do the trick and bam. You're on the other side creator. Your circumstances i mean look kind..
Patriots snap NFL record of consecutive 10-win seasons after Week 14 loss to Rams
"A Rams stop the searching New England Patriots 24 to 3 with about 10 Minutes left in the game. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick polled quarterback Cam Newton out of the game. Asked after the game Bill made it clear cameras. Still, his guy can record their Cam Newton after their seventh loss this season, the first time since 2002. The Patriots have lost this mini game. Is in the season. We knew exactly what they were gonna do. We just gotta be better on distrust me personally set to make more plays, and that sort of goes on, So just do what? I'm asked that still going on stage in their sleep, But the mentality keep getting better, and that's what I plan on doing. We just had to be better collectively, and he's right. I think you know we didn't play a good style of Brandon football tonight, and they did, and they made my plays and that sort of mad to them Winning next. The Patriots play my Miami on the 20th and the Rams host the winless Jets. President Trump announced another
Belichick makes it clear: 'Cam's our quarterback'
"Rams stop the searching New England Patriots 24 to 3 was about 10 minutes left in the game. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick polled quarterback Cam Newton out of the game. Asked after the game Bill made it clear Cam is still his guy can record a Cam Newton after their seventh loss this season, the first time since 2002. The Patriots have lost this many games in a season. He knew exactly what they were gonna do. We just gotta be better, and it starts to me personally set to make more plays and Sort of calm down. So just do what? I'm asked that the necessary go on station every week with the mentality that keep getting better, and that's what I plan on doing. So we just have to be better collectively, and he's right. I think you know we didn't play a good style of Brandon football tonight, and they did, and they made my place and us something That's them. Winning. Next. The Patriots play Miami on the 20th and the Rams host the winless Jets.
Macron prepares “global security” law banning the filming of police
"Or just briefly know there's another big story developing in France right now the country Reacting quite strongly to a video of French police officers beating up a black man in Paris. What can you tell us about that? Yeah, well, it's a completely shocking video that surfaced yesterday. Um, it's a It's a rap music producer who was going to his studio and he realized he didn't have on his face mask. You're supposed to wear one in the street. He saw police in a car and so he went into his studio, but they came into a studio with him. They didn't know they were being filmed. He didn't either by a security camera, and they just pummel him for 10 minutes or more with their fists with a Billy club. He's calling for help. It's just a dramatic scene, and in the end they accused him. They arrest him accused him of battery and trying to take their weapons and he ends up spending two nights in jail. This is last Saturday, it took place. And so there's just outrage across the country when that video surfaced yesterday. What are you hearing for people? Yeah, well, it comes at a time where French French President Emmanuel Macron is trying to pass this security bill, which would ban the filming of policemen as they're doing their job their faces. And you know, right civic groups and journalists organizations were against it, saying, this is going to lead to, you know abuses And now this video is just like what people are saying. Why would you not film the police? Thank God, there's this video. We need to film the police. So this is looking very bad for macron, who's been accused of veering to the far right when it comes to security matters. Politicians and people from a clock across the political spectrum are saying we have you know a police with a deep leadership crisis. You know how common is this? That these these things are going on? And lemon newspaper actually called on Macron to withdraw the bill immediately.
"10 minutes" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"They're twenty seven a ducal as bouquet. Not only. do i think he's there at twenty seven but he might actually be the target at thirty eight for the jazz. Another guy that i've heard they like is peyton pritchard on out of oregon another potential pick at thirty eight for the utah jazz and so the jazz building out the roster a little bit more the they clearly like. What's going on in the second round xavier. Tillman by the way another name that i've heard associated with the jazz. Maybe not at twenty seven. I'm certainly could be a. They're a little later and malegaon. The the point guard out of france and other guy again. That could be there at twenty seven. So there's a lot a lot of guys on the jazz's board. I don't know which one they're going to select. I think if jade mcdaniels or josh screen were fall to them at twenty seven that. That's a pretty obvious choice. Who they take. If those guys aren't on the board seems like several other prospects that they could be really interested in a few other things no dallas has been really active in talking about moving the eighteenth pick in the draft. They've talked to oklahoma city about twenty five and twenty eight. They've also talked In depth with Oklahoma city about a deal that would met them danilo. Gallinari in a sign trade at nari is going to be a free agent. They're not supposed to be having talks like this but lots of teams are obviously doing that. And we saw that in the bogdanovich news the other day and obviously gallinari. Certainly you could see the appeal. Offer the dallas mavericks and the net gets oklahoma city. The eighteenth pick in the draft again so many people speculating that their target. is alexis polka chefs ski. The lanky big man out of serbia. He could be there at eighteen. Or maybe oklahoma city again is gonna try to package eighteen twenty five and twenty eight and get up a little bit. Ir finally see the milwaukee bucks. Move up to forty five. I they get That magic second round. Pick not sure there's necessarily a major target. They're from milwaukee. As much as that they have to fill out the roster after gutting it i to get drew holiday and bogdanovich and these low cost players in the second round are going to be part of the strategy to fill out their roster. I wouldn't be surprised. Actually milwaukee picks up another second round pick on draft night as well to make that happen all right. These are the big updates. That i have for you right now If anything else happens in the next couple of hours a come back at you please join us tonight. With david locke locked on live. We're going to be live on facebook. We're going to be live on youtube live. We're going to be live on twitch. If you just go to locked on live at any of those places you'll be able to follow us live. We started seven forty five eastern tonight going to be talking. Nba draft. david locke is going to host. We're going to get. I think some really great guests from all of our podcast host throughout the locked on network things going to be a high end high level discussion about the draft. I really hope you join us. And if you really wanna primer for this draft one go listened back to our mock draft three point. Oh it was updated late last night. So doesn't reflect that that jazz trade but pretty much everything else. There you can find out what's going to happen with all sixty picks in the draft or at least what i predict. It's going to happen. Listened to the big board four point. Oh that's going to be the prospect breakdown for the top sixty prospects in draft. You can be super knowledgeable about who these guys are. That are getting drafted and you can follow along at our website. Nba big board dot com. Where we'll have that big board. We'll have a the mock draft now up to three point two. I believe and also our draft years column really hope to see you tonight on locked on live as we cover the nba draft live on facebook on twitch on twitter you melissa chat ford's nba big board on the locked.
"10 minutes" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"Hours away from draft night. Three hours to be exact. I wanna do a brief ten minute. Update what i'm hearing right now is. We're getting closer to the draft and it starts at the top minnesota golden state. They still have their picks but they've been talking to a number of teams. I've been told today about continuing to move down in the draft. Not not super far down but nevertheless down at starts with minnesota. The hottest rumor right now is they are cooking up a deal with the charlotte hornets. Where they're going to swap one and three minnesota would get something back like maybe miles bridges as part of that deal. Why would charlotte do that. I think the speculation has been for the longest time that they want. James wiseman james wiseman is likely to be gone at two depends on what golden state does and so they move up ahead and get him. He's the fit. I think that a lot of a lot of people have theorized that they want. But what the rumblings that. I'm been hearing over the last couple of hours that this is actually a move to get lamelo ball and to select him at one That this is the guy that i think the hornets Like a lot again. There could be smoke. There's a lot of rumors running around right now. But that is what. I'm hearing from a pretty good source That charlotte is thinking about that. It's not a done deal not saying we'll get done But minnesota might be able to pick up a player who back a couple of spots and then select anthony edwards. I if if lamelo goes there or do something analysis so that's one possibility. Maybe the best possibility we've heard so far from minnesota you get the golden state at two. And there's a couple of things i'd been floating around One chicago moving up a couple of spots in the straffed getting to to golden state going down to four again the bulls would pick up a player. Someone be like window carter. John hollinger talked about that before. That's one deal Another one that. I actually think was tried but doesn't look like it's going to get anywhere is with boston. Packaging markets marcus. Smart and moving up in the draft to get up to number two. I think that the more interesting thing to focus on right now is where golden state might end up going and any idea out of israel is a guy that they have a lot of interest in if they can move back a couple of spots in the draft get him and pick up an asset in return. That's that's great for golden state. I pose this question last night when i was putting together. My last mock is it possible that golden state would just select him at two. I don't know the answer to that. But i think it's something that we have to consider that they could potentially take him at number two and that would obviously shake the draft a quite a bit in other breaking news. It looks like the philadelphia. Seventy sixers are sending al horford. The thirty four th pick in this year's draft the rights to Vasily mishit and it looks like the two thousand twenty two thousand twenty five first round. Pick to the thunder. They're getting back danny green. I interns ferguson. Only real big impact in this draft is thirty four th pick. I now going to thunder as san prestigious continues to collect lots and lots of draft picks right now. Don't think that's going to be a major impact in the draft. I think a lot of people thought maybe they were going. Get the number twenty one pick in the draft from philly philly but it doesn't seem like that's the case. let's also talk about the new york knicks. I made a move wednesday morning that had them swapped twenty seventh and thirty eighth pick sent those to the utah jazz. They moved up a few spots to twenty three in the draft. There's been a lot of speculation may be there after a guy like isiah stewart out of washington but it it does appear that the knicks are trying to package eight and twenty three as a way to get to move up. A lot of people are saying. Oh be top. Is that i actually have. Ob top and falling to them. I in the draft anywhere anyway. That's why i've had them selecting the last couple of mocks. Maybe they're trying to move up. Maybe they think that there's a chance that lamelo ball and they fall as well we'll eight and twenty three get them up to five and not sure that that's going to be enough. I think the knicks may still have to put something else on the sweetener right now. I've also heard the knicks have been thinking about just trying to get up with and state but then have another pick a little bit higher in the draft as well again. If i stay isaiah stewart's their targeting not exactly sure he's going to be there twenty three. Why did the utah jazz. Do the steel because they wanted a second round pick. This was a way to get that pick without having this by it and spend a bunch of cash. They moved to twenty seven. Where most of the guys that they've been really interested in are probably still there. I i actually think just green could be there at at twenty seven. Maybe not but he might be there. Jade mcdaniels might still be there at twenty seven He's a possibility. I think if you go a little bit further to some other guys. They've really liked. Robert woodard out of mississippi state. Probably there at twenty seven tyler bay out of colorado a guy that they've really liked probably..
Suspect tries to escape FBI using underwater "sea scooter"
"A bizarre ending to a chase involving federal agents. Here's correspondent Alex Stone with the store. FBI agents were after 44 year old Matthew Matthew Piercy, Piercy, who who they they say say ran ran a a $35 $35 million million Ponzi Ponzi scheme. scheme. Federal Federal prosecutors prosecutors say say When When the the FBI FBI showed showed up up to to arrest arrest Pearcey Pearcey he he took took off off There There was was a a vehicle vehicle chase. And then he jumped in the lake Shasta with an underwater Submersible device. He was underwater agents could only see bubbles. He was in the water for about 25 minutes. Finally, he got out of the free Did water and was met by waiting. FBI agents now under arrest facing charges of wire fraud, mail fraud, money laundering and witness tampering. Alex Stone, ABC News It's now 10 minutes after five
Trump says coronavirus vaccine could be available in April
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Biden flips Arizona as Dems tell Senate Republicans to 'move on' and accept reality
"Has now apparently flipped his fourth state from the GOP to the Democrats with Arizona now in the Blue column after being called last night. The presidential race has yet to be called in North Carolina and in Georgia, where the secretary of state has initiated a hand recount of the ballots, and that's scheduled to be finished by this coming Wednesday. Much of the action now moving to courtrooms and the streets as we hear from national correspondent Clayton level Michael. It's been nearly a week since Joe Biden was projected President elect President Trump's lawyers still alleging voter fraud but yet to present proof Several cases have been dismissed Biden moving forward by establishing his cabinet and speaking with world leaders, but the Trump administration hasn't granted Biden access to classified briefings. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer growing agitated by the day, Republicans should stop their shenanigans about an election that President Trump has already lost. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling out Republican leaders who side with Trump's refusal to concede there engaging, absurd circus. Right now, refusing to accept reality Republicans so shamefully pretending a proceeding without recognizing what our responsibility is. Well, many Republicans are reserved on the topic. Several have begun to bend a little Senator John Thune, now offering that he believes it's important from a national security standpoint. Other notable names with similar messages, but not conceding the election. Senator John Cornyn, Lindsey Graham and Chuck Grassley to name a few this while President Trump's supporters show no signs of losing hope. Rallies being held daily Protest ng Joe Biden as the projected winner cannot call the election on Lee. The voters of the United States they're living in the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said this week. She expects it to be quite large. Stop the steel rally slated all over the country this weekend. Lieutenant Colonel Allen West Organizing one of them in Texas. We got to stand with our president. Let him know that we got his back. Organizers expect big crowds. The 1st 10 minutes of the call A prayer with some singers afterwards use a patriotic songs to have probably have about 2 3000 people at this event and so Comes go to support our country. Foremost and President Trump the events, causing some local authorities to cringe, but not because of politics. Instead, the risk of crowds amid a growing number of covert 19 cases in the U. S. But it didn't stop Democrats from taking to the streets to celebrate last week and likely won't impact. Republicans plans to voice their frustration this weekend. I'm Clayton Nevel.
"10 minutes" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"The country have been financially hurt by the pandemic as procedures and surgeries that are revenue positive. Have been put on hold or significantly reduced. We're familiar with those disposable wipes for your posterior that are all the rage right now while a local public official is suing nine Major. Wipe makers why. Well they label their wipes his flushable and mccomb County Public Works Commissioner candace Miller contends. They do serious damage to sewer systems. The suit was filed in. Us District Court in Detroit on Wednesday it seeks to get makers of disposable wipes that are described as flushable to change their labeling and marketing here is Miller describing the issue. Well they might be flushable. But they're not biodegradable. They never biodegrade inside the sewers. And so what happens is they're causing all kinds of issues. Big problems in our sewer system and sewer systems everywhere really Because they they almost get into like a rope situation so they're chewing up all the pumps. They're causing. Sewer BACKUPS. Two years ago. Mccomb county removed a nineteen. Ten massive wipes and Greece is part of a giant fat Berg. Last year there was a literal ton of wipes. They're calling the rag ball taken out of the sewer system. The Public Works Department says the to wipe masses cost the county one hundred thousand dollars to get rid of the. Who after a national search? The city of Detroit has a new executive director of transit. His name is C. Miquel Oglesby and he'll oversee the Detroit Department of Transportation and the Detroit people mover. He'll also worked to coordinate with smart the suburban bus system and the queue line which are separate entities. The son of a bus driver has more than three decades of experience including Greater Boston. The Coachella Valley and Miami Dade County. Oglesby begins work on Monday. All right switching gears to food. The James Beard finalists were announced earlier this week and there are a few that call Michigan home. Lisa Lewinsky the owner of sister pie once again a finalist in the outstanding Baker Category Zander's a Frankenmuth in the American classics category. And I mean who hasn't been defenders if you've been in Michigan for a while and finally Zingermann roadhouse in Ann. Arbor is a finalist for outstanding hospitality. None of the Michigan chefs in the best chefs. Great Lakes category made it to the finals which well pun intended really bites. The foundation will not hold a ceremony this year. Due to the corona virus the restaurant and chef award winners will be announced on Friday September. Twenty fifth the Popular Birmingham Restaurant Hazel Ravines in downtown reopened last weekend after closing for six weeks due to the pandemic. They are now offering lobster rolls to go and a limited carry out menu during the opening weekend. They sold roughly two thousand roles. You can choose between the Cold Maine lobster roll which has Mayo or the hot connecticut role which has drawn butter. They're both really good choices. There are there is also lobster. Bisque crab dip peel and eat shrimp and whitefish dip on the menu. We will have a link to the website where you can order your food. We like ice cream and treating ourselves during these times over here at daily Detroit. So it's a bit exciting here about the new limited edition summer flavors from Hudsonville ice cream this year. The flavors are American fireworks and a returning favourite blueberry cobbler. The American fireworks has a sweet and sour ice cream base with a sour cherry. Swirl the special edition is Blue Popping Candy. Which I'm going to be honest. I have no idea what that means. But I'm going to trust the Michigan based brand here. The Blueberry Cobbler ice cream and the sounds a lot. More attractive to me has a vanilla base with Michigan Blueberry Sauce and pieces of pie crust. I know are blueberry hating engineer. Andy will be very disappointed. You will be very disappointed. He will be so disappointed at the blueberry nece but I am excited I love me some pie-crust pieces before we end the show. Here's a little bright spot. One let you know the Detroit. Kite festival has set up an online shop to sell kites. Do It yourself kits and apparel because flying. A kite is something. You can do social distancing so I thought I'd let you know about the site. The website will open up on Saturday. And here's some news as well the popular. Kite festival is still tentatively scheduled for Sunday July Twelfth But they did note that those plans could change due to the ongoing pandemic. We will leave link for the little shop and the show notes.
"10 minutes" Discussed on QuaranTEEN
"10 minutes" Discussed on QuaranTEEN
"Hello and thank you for showing up here today. I'm glad you're joining us on this bonus episode of quarantine. If you haven't already I suggest listening to our previous absurd the benefits of Yoga and meditation during Sarah or my mom before you begin this practice today. I hope you've come prepared with Yoga. Mat a blanket and or pillow and a good attitude. If not you can pause the video and you don't need those things just for maximum comfort. I would like to quickly remind you that. I'm not a yoga instructor. And may not be the best set of exercises put together but I am reading it from a book. Called Yoga to the rescue by Amy Lewis. Who was a professional and I would trust the book and I love this book and every single thing that I say. We'll be taken from the book. Today will be Today you will be working on becoming call because God knows we all need to do that. Let's get started okay. We're going to start standing so stand up with your feet together. Spreader toes out. Like a fan and distribute your weight evenly across both feet. Lift your kneecaps by tightening. Your thighs move your thighs back in your tailbone in straighten your arms with your palms facing in employer shoulder blades in and lift your chest. Keep your neck and shoulders relaxed. Look straight ahead..
"10 minutes" Discussed on Pro Rata
"Where we take just ten minutes to get? Are you smarter on the Clinton of text business politics. I'm Deborah Mac. So this is our final new episode of two thousand nine hundred nineteen and of the decade. So we're going to do things a little bit differently. One Minute on each of the past ten years and I'm pleased to be joined on this rapid retrospective by axios Co founder. Mike Allen. I've been practicing my talking fantastic task six. Let's do this and let's start in two thousand ten and the topic. Here is the Arab spring when social media. I proved its ability to enable large scale political movements movements. And for those who don't remember the first viral moment kind of was tragic twenty-six-year-old Tunisian man set himself on fire in front of a government building but it set off a wave of democracy protests captured appeared on cell phone cameras and was distributed to social media some Mike Today we see often social media as a thorn in the side of democracy but at the top of the decade okayed. It seemed like the thing that was going to enable democracy it sure was and it was a star of the decades youth quake as well as were larger younger. Arabs including couldn't twenty something Tunisian fruits are and we've seen quite an arc because at the end of the decade recourse have gratitude Burg and we have once again unrest in Arab countries. So let's go to two thousand eleven in the big thing here to me at least was occupy Wall Street at the beginning of Occupy Wall Street and at the time it seemed like it was kind of this big big pushback obviously against what happened the financial crisis and a lot of yelling at bank. CEO's but arguably it also planted the seeds for Bernie Sanders in two thousand and sixteen. And what what we're seeing today with both Sanders and Elizabeth Warren kind of this growing push among younger Americans toward socialism capitalism. Rethought something that we could not have predicted addicted. You see increasing number of young people saying that. They're open to socialism. Now there's some question about how it's defined. I think people here social that. It means something different than people who grew up with social ism but for sure capitalism is being questioned in fear and at the end of the decade. You had fascinating. Louis corporations saying we're looking capitalism differently. Were not just looking at For shareholders we also are looking out for employees suppliers suppliers and our communities occupy wall. Street was the first time we really heard a lot of the one percent versus the ninety nine percent or vice versa. Is that something that the economy something that's going to persist for the foreseeable future will sure because the reality that the inequality is more than ever. There's no sign of that closing. And and I think the what we're seeing is more and more people being aware of it reacting to post two thousand twelve and this was the year that both Colorado and Washington state legalized recreational creation marijuana sparking the birth of new industry in a broader relaxation of so called sin businesses There are eleven states and the district Columbia that have now legalized marijuana recreational use from your perspective. It's it's interesting. This was kind of this. We talk about the rise of socialism among young people. But this was one of the times when libertarianism seemed to kind of take hold in America really almost regardless of political party it did and we see it also sports betting across the country. Something that is just can be bigger next year. Dan You've done. And what a great coverage of this and you pointed out putting on your pro rat that this provided investing opportunities on the early Ruiz side of Infant industries consider the okay boomer. meam is this also rejection of the politics of the particularly the late seventies eighties and nineties. These the just say no to drugs it kind of America now kind of repudiating a lot of that politics. It's a smart way to look at that because we're seeing it in other parts of the political is fear including of course criminal justice reform where we're seeing that. The war on drugs did nothing to stop drugs but there definitely were lots of injustices justices that are becoming increasingly apparent out for two thousand thirteen. This is when the Edward Snowden leaks up here what's your big takeaway from the entire snowden experience. It's the we realized how much information was being vacuumed up about us with realized how vulnerable it was. This was the big cyber a breach but year-by-year we constantly saw smaller retailers others who were seeing breaches and we came to realize how oh vulnerable are Info was how much of our info at been vacuumed up. And it's something that I think has not been fully reckon with we still give away a shocking shocking amount of data in turn cool services and we have not yet paid the check for that. It's also triggered the rise kind of encrypted communications backed by tech companies which is now on on a collision with governments including ours and it was also the return of the term whistleblower for the first time in a while which obviously set the stage for the last couple months. It's two thousand fourteen. This is an interesting one Sarah Fisher sure axios suggested this to us. which was the missing plane? The Malaysian air three seventy. And she suggested that because it was one of the first story is not just to go viral but to do so and kind of this all all encompassing way and particularly at CNN. And there's this argument that what we saw with that plane. which was you know? Daily incremental coverage was the blueprint that got used for covering the trump campaign and sixteen no fascinating and Dan. This is one of the great unsolved mysteries of our time. Unbelievably this Boeing plane. Never ever been found a survivors never been a remain has never been found. And it's very rare in these days that something remains a total total mystery but we saw the milking of the drama of it we saw. TV anchors in flight simulators and so became a participatory coverage. Where and as you point out used to be that we get our politics update once a day? Maybe now we watch it all experience at all in real time and that was partially because the CNN for example got reward from a ratings perspective with this coverage another we as a society. We craved this. It's a live reality. Show absolutely two thousand fifteen. This is interesting so spacex this year this year. Space X COMPLETED ITS FIRST FALCON nine rocket stage lending which basically meant. It's rocket doc. It could return to Earth successfully. They got it and they would be able to reuse it. It was a big event because up until this moment particularly here in America space and space travel and space exploration that was considered the province of the government that was NASA. That wasn't private companies. Is this kind of part of a big sea change in the way we view. Not your space ace kind of the role of government and the other side of the coin is the role of moguls. The Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson and Elon. Musk these now are the pioneers. Their competition among themselves and they are both funding. These two new technologies making them possible Boeing. Also it's so a big private sector space race at the same time we rise. It's still is in the public imagination. We've seen that with the way. The president trump trump captured the idea of this space force as a new branch of the military. It's one of his favourite applause lines and rallies. We still love the idea of going out there. Okay okay. Two Thousand Sixteen. There's only one story from two thousand sixteen scientists which is the election of Donald Trump. Nothing's ever the same again etc but let me ask this. Trump supporters including the particular geico sycophants like a Lou. Dobbs call him degrades present of all time obviously his detractors. Call him the worst president of all time. Let me ask you this. I guess kind of three years in. How long do you think it will be till there will be an American consensus on the trump presidency? Like there are on lots of other presidents. Obviously you don't get one hundred percent but there's general feelings. These were good presidents. These were average average. Presidencies were bad presents. How long are we going to have to wait? Till that emerges among trump there may never be a consensus then of course George W Bush got a second. Look we wind up Ebanon about some of our presidents is hard to imagine. Trump nostalgia at the moment the reckoning that I think that we do want to have sooner is dealing dealing with some of the forces that put him in office if you look across trump country and if you look at the lack of opportunity many of those communities if you look at the worry worry about jobs being taken by robots if you look at. The unwillingness are an ability to adjust to a changing country those are all still very real today. There may be more acute today and those are issues that if you take the personality out of it fueled down trump and it's something that our country still has to russell with two thousand seventeen is notable for us and may because that's the axios launched. But let me ask you something kind of probably bigger and more important. which was this was really the beginning of the METOO movement in October? Two thousand seventeen. That's when the Harvey Weinstein Story First broke. You know this kind of does come. After two thousand sixteen and trump's access Hollywood tape from your perspective though is particularly when you think about kind of corporate slash media. America is this the most important and most notable kind of cultural event. I guess you could say of the decade. I think that's perfectly put workplace. Social behavior has changed forever. There's no going back and both ends. The telescope one is that women now recognize that they own their story are empowered to fight against incursions and men and realize that things that behavior that was ignored in the past no longer will be and what have I profile individuals rightly paid. Hey too high price for it and I think it's probably deterred other bad behavior. I'm curious to tie into axios and not a problem we've had here but you were different company before it's obviously a politico. Do you think the metoo movement has that impacted the way you think about building company culture particularly at a startup a startup. That doesn't have an institutional memory actually started and we were happy that You were there actually has started with thirty people. Now are one hundred. Eighty people and we've been very intentional about our culture. From the beginning we've emphasized transparency. We've built in diversity and inclusion from the beginning recognizing that if you get those built in at the top that it it's easier to make sure that it's an integral part of the company as you scale and become mammoth as actually will be Mike. Two thousand eighteen. That's the year of the facebook facebook Cambridge Analytica data data privacy scandal. We talked about data privacy earlier. But this to me and tell me if you disagree. This seemed to be the one that helped turn public public and political opinion against big tech after a decade of real laudatory. You know this is a free wonderful service. The tech clash was another trended trended. So few people coming and I'm struck by this was great lists the put together that so many of these were not just an for scene but unforeseeable foreseeable ball and tech for sure had been covered. Very Rosalie as you know. And as you and I were coming up beginnings of tech and it was real surprise especially to people in the valley. I was just out there last week. They still talk about how surprised they were. Were about the way. The culture of the government turned on them and they recognize that that was not a blip that that is a permanent new condition that forever there will be greater scrutiny of tech from states from Washington and from their consumers and kind of tying into that two thousand nineteen which from my perspective. It's kind of the struggles of some of the the highest profile so called Unicorns these really high valued private companies. That have really changed the way we live like Uber and lift which went public and really struggled. There is some criticism AIRBNB. Obviously the massive we worked to buckle even though we have employees who work. We work lots of people working. We works all over the world world. What if anything does this? Tell us about that hype were we and I'll say that media generically were we simply too gullible over the last decade. Well well some people were including some funders but in the media we dig into cover great stories and try to buminate them and the test I for us is do we make sure that what we say is tethered to reality. And there is what agreed journalism that went into a looming. What was going on at all those companies that you you mentioned Mike Allen? Thank you so much for joining us. I hope you cannot join me again. What two thousand twenty nine? We'll do ten years wishing you a best twenty twenty two twenty twenty-nine and thank you..
"10 minutes" Discussed on Vector Podcast
"Uh Okay Great. Let's give everybody a case. So what are we going to do. Let's make the best of both. The new ipod shuffle awful even smaller than the second generation. The new ipod Nano has multi touch and we're announcing something really cool and we call it. Paint have one here. Actually look at this. That's it. It's this little a tiny box. What is the philosophy behind Mac? Os Ten lion. Well that's where back to the MAC comes from. It's one the most amazing things we've ever created. It is our new Mac book air and we think it's the future of notebooks in all of apple is very very excited to bring the iphone to Verizon's ninety three million customers customers so I get to talk about cloud. It's a little like a spaceship. Landed there it it is. That's a feature of the iphone four recipe. Call Siri Steve Jobs. The visionary founder and leader of Apple Computer has died at the age of fifty fifty six as I have and I know that many of you have been spending a lot of time. Mornings Steve's passing for the past two weeks we've all been struggling to find ways to say goodbye this morning I simply want to end by saying thank you Steve. So would you like to see the next generation. It is a breakthrough in display engineering. Yes it is a retina described in Iowa. Six we've built an entire new mapping solution from the ground up. We set out to make the most accessible devices as of anyone all of our customers. Samsung pay apple more than a billion dollars in damages today. Hey we're going to introduce iphone five. Our new connector is called lightning. This is ipad mini for the mishaps with its new maps APP to senior executives. Who are leaving Scott forstall who ran mobile software and John Browett who ran retail effect? We're really excited about the future of the MAC and we want to set a names that are gonNA carry for at least the next ten years the debate anymore. Seven is the biggest change to Iowa since the introduction of iphone. IOS In in the car and the first one is called iphone Five C. The second is called IPHONE. Five S Seven is sixty four bit touch. ID uses a key. You have with you everywhere you go. Your finger ipad thinner lighter later more powerful than ever before errands will take over as head of Apple's retail stores and online stores hip hop mobile and headphone tycoon. Dr Dre seeming to confirm the reported deal that Beats Electronics Co founder made with Apple Continuity. Hell kid extensions metal. The language is called swift and it totally rules the iphone six and the iphone six. Plus do you like to see it. One more more time just in case you may have blinked and missed it. Apple Watch is the most personal device we've ever created. Well I mean I mean. We found that the phone does indeed bend but we found that a lot of phones actually banned. It's really just a matter of how much force applied is an incredible feat of engineering during we call it the Retina Five K.. Display Research Kit. Can you even see it. I can't even feel it now. There's something new. Our team invented a butterfly mechanism today. We're announcing apple. Music did apple just cave in to Taylor Swift. I've heard his expression of our vision of the future of personal computing. It's called Apple. Insult the future. Television is APPs who is trying Johnny Shuji. And why haven't we heard of him. We're all he. He just joined Tim Cook's Management Team Earlier this year and has basically running the silicon the semiconductor division today. We're watching Keira Kit. Please keep foreigners products that are lineup. The name of the world's most advanced desktop operating system is now cacao to show you switch playgrounds. This was taken an iphone seven plus the first time they display wide color gamut. That's cinema P.. Eighty three standard colors really comes down to one word courage. We are so excited to show you a new product from Apple Apple Air pods odds. This is the new MAC book pro now. APS is a thoroughly modern file systems. Sixty four bit top to bottom and then we thought you know we've gone this far. Let's get really nutty so we're going to offer it with up to eighteen core. L. Provides high performance implementations of deep neural networks. Ar Kit provides fast and stable motion tracking. It is absolutely beautiful and we call it home. pod You said cars are an area ripe for disruption Colin Important. Is it that apple not miss out on cars. I think there is a major major disruption looming. They're not only for self driving cars but also the electrification piece. We'll start short moving and apple park later this year but of course such a large move. It's really more of a process and the first big step is the opening today. A day of the Steve Steve Jobs Theater call them stores anymore. We call them town squares. Introducing Apple Watch series three three and it has cellular built Apple. TV Four K.. This is iphone ten the future of how we lock our smartphones and protect our sensitive information. The neural engine is a state of the art ultrafast processing system. mm-hmm we call it airpower apple apologizing to its consumers over that sluggish iphone function claiming it's deliberate slowdown of older model. Live phones was meant only to preserve them the significance. Please of apples hiring of Google chief of AI. We've developed a curriculum them to make it easy and fun for students around the world to learn to read and write code heading home. You will get there in one hour. I send a message to Cheryl. Your thermostat is set to seventy degrees and I turned on the fan. Playing Eddie Radio Apple Watch series for everything about it has been redesigned and re engineered. Now you can take can EC anytime anywhere right from your risk. Because they last longer you can keep using them and keeping using them is the best thing for the plan clan. We had apple are in full support of a Comprehensive Federal Privacy Law in the United States. This new MAC ACME is an absolute beast on the inside video. Music and design have all been expanded and we're adding walks and labs to most categories. The new IPAD Tro the new apple. Pencil attached magnetically. Our shortfall is over one hundred percent from iphone and it's primarily in Greater China retail chief. Angela earnhardt is leaving the company this spring. The ADR O'Brien who's been an apple for some thirty years is going to step in here Apple News. Plus we'll bring you over three thousand magazines with Apple Card. We have completely rethought the credit credit card and with Apple Arcade. You'll get to play all of these Games Apple. TV they're in a billion pockets. y'All a billion pockets some keys. Don't register some keys registers twice so you get a double letter calling me pat and I'd like to give you a first look. This is the new macro and this incredible open APP. 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"Afternoon when the kids were younger I was headed upstairs at our house and my daughter flew asked me on her way down the stairs shouting her shoulder I know it isn't true but I'm GonNa prove it to you while I watched her go bursting out the front door out into our front yard and immediately look back at our house and she started waving her arms up toward the sky will I kept going up the stairs and when I got into my bedroom there sit her sister and her little brother at the window one holding an IPAD and then over their shoulder I noticed our address was typed into the map APP and the camera was zoomed in to an aerial view of our sack and now I'm starting to catch on they stared out the window at her down below waving her hands frantically and then back to the screen in their hand window back to the screen window back to the screen okay you're right one of them finally calls out to her through the window I can't see you if only all arguments were so easy to resolve if only all we had to do when we were unsure of something is to run out in the front yard and start waving arms to confirm no Google maps is not in fact a live feed from space we've talked specifically about clarity here way back in episode twenty even where I shared about how we can't rush clarity and maybe I don't always use that exact word but really in a podcast about decision making clarity is are always companion it's one of those words I've used in prayers for many years one I've held onto like a tattered lovey a comfort when things seemed dark I'll be alright if only I could just get some clarity in nearly every major decision and honestly sometimes not so major decisions I've prayed for clarity I've shared here before how in sometimes of cloudy decision making frustration I've even googled how to make a decision in a desperate search for more Eighty more and more though every time the word clarity comes out of my mouth I hesitate and I realize for me is because clarity NBA more acceptable word for control. If I could just see the future I could make a good decision about this part of my life and so I say I want clear and what I mean I think is that I want to have a peaceful feeling about this particular decision I want to know the right answer I wanNA know I'm making the right choice and desperately wanted to take out all shades of gray when it comes to making this decision I won't clear lines and long views and big pictures I can become so focused on making the right choice that I forget to acknowledge what a gift it is that I have a choice to make it all and what is all this really about I forget to receive the gift of grace to remember how Jesus is with me and has made my heart his home I forget I can trust him with my life and trust myself to choose well well regardless of how unclear things may seem I'm not saying that I won't get peaceful feelings or writing answers eventually but when I make those first things instead of second things decision making becomes a lot more frustrating and that conversation John Fourteen it comes to mind when Thomas set Lord we don't know where you're going so how can we know the way the most logical response of Jesus should have been if you ask me I'll show you away I'll show you the truth I'll show you your life we were like that and that would seem loving and it would make a lot of sense and it would comfort everybody it would comfort me instead though that's not what Jesus said to Thomas instead he simply said I am the way the truth and the life Thomas wanted a map a plan instead Jesus reaches out his hand he didn't say come to me and I'll give you answers he said come to me and I'll give you rest and maybe we'll get the answers maybe he'll show us the way even while he is the way but I think he's telling Thomas thing important about life and he tells me this well Jesus prayed to his father give us this day our daily bread but the truth is secretly I want bread to last month he invites me back again and again to ask only for grace to last through nightfall and no longer trusting more will come tomorrow so before you look for clarity ask yourself one question what do I want even more than clarity sometimes to be honest I can't answer that because there's nothing I want more than clarity in a way the answer is telling me something all by itself something that's important to me oh maybe I'M WORSHIPPING CLARITY RATHER THAN CHRIST IF I always had clarity why would I need faith at all I've been reading a book called Group Spiritual Direction by Rosemary doddery and in it she talks about how we're often looking for just the right program or process us that's going to guarantee the rightness of our decisions but she writes and I quote there is no human process that can protect us from mistakes and failed ears we will never really be sure of the right course of action as long as we are human and dealing with other human beings we will be subject to uncertainty and beauity in our motives we can however open ourselves to God in the uncertainty in the NBA Acuity and allow the compulsion for rightness to be transformed into an openness to responsible love well I love those words that Rosemary says in her book and here's the part where I say things that are unpopular where I tell you the words you don't WanNa hear where I bring to the surface the subversive point of what I hope I've been doing in this space on this art gas for nearly a hundred episodes and that is this the decision is rarely the point the point in all its beautiful maddening the truth is a question and not a statement who are you becoming today if you're searching for clarity me I say there's no shame in that I want clarity every single day in parenting ministry business meal planning friendships and almost future decisions there isn't one area of my life that isn't touched by the longing for clear steps insure things but instead of grasping demand ending enforcing our way to what I hope will be clear answers what if we took ten minutes just to be with God what if we put away the phone close the laptop turned off the TV shut down the podcast put away the books lay down the pin and the long list of to do's erase the whiteboard and put away okay all potential outcomes and just for the next ten minutes what have we considered the following questions.