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Gillespie scores 28, No. 11 Villanova beats Georgetown 85-74
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The Heritage Foundation's Mark Morgan Reacts to Biden's Vaccine Policies
"Cause. We're back with heritage senior distinguished fellow. You can join heritage with heritage, Mark Morgan, former commissioner for the Trump administration for CBP. He served in the military. He's served in the FBI. He has, well, he is, 'cause marines never really retire. There is no such thing as an ex marine. So gonna get your response Mark. This is Oliver North another great marine who had something to say about people in the military being punished because I guess their body isn't their body anymore. Cut 11. Well, if you start discharging people that we need in the service, right now, the army is paying the maximum premium that they can to recruit people into the United States Army. This is not the time to be throwing people out of the army just because they would not take this vaccine. I don't see how that improves readiness whatsoever. And Congress had to stand up and say, you can't do it. We reported last week air force officer officially reprimanded on her record by her commander because despite being allergic to the vaccine, she she's not allowed to say I can't take it. So as a former marine as somebody who has served this nation for decades, your reaction to these policies from the Biden administration. Yeah, I tell you what. I'm right with former lieutenant Carl Oliver North. I think he's right on this. I think it does not enhance our readiness. I think it erodes the readiness. And I got to tell you, I know these individuals. Some of these have dedicated ten, 15 years of their life, all of us in faithful service to this country. They sacrifice a lot. Their families have sacrificed a lot. And this, at the end of the day, some of them have served in a war zone, have sacrificed so much and this is what they utilize to kick them out of the military. It's nonsensical. It's talk about unpatriotic.
Jan. 6 Committee's Purpose Is to 'Seek Retribution on Political Dissent'
"Except the committee absent of Republican appointments is Pelosi's direction is far from nonpartisan And the probes investigation is far from focused on the security failures of the capital On January 6th which we've talked about endlessly Born in the ashes of a 9 11 style commission blocked by Republicans when Democrats refused a genuine investigation of violence on Capitol Hill Pelosi select committee on January 6th has remained faithful to its central purpose That purpose is seeking retribution against political descent While offering a smokescreen to Pelosi's own culpability and her failures to reinforce capital security committee chairman Bennie hill Thompson Democrat Mississippi made that much clear Last summer in an interview with CNN he said quote if you look at the charge that we have in the resolution it says the facts and circumstances around January 6th I don't see the speaker being part and parcel to
As NYC Crime Surges, Police Focus Attention on 9-Year-Old Girl Without Vaccine Card
"City, let me tell you what's going on in New York City right now. Every category of serious crimes, according to New York Post, in the city is on the rise so far this year, with police data showing an increase of 35% in a total increase in crime compared to the same time in 2021. Jessica Seymour, from inwood, Manhattan says, quote, I don't go anytime after dark right now, not safe. All my friends in New York are leaving. Or they are. They stay at home when it becomes night. A guy got stabbed and another guy shot right outside my son's window, said Seymour, whose boy is 7. We have two schools here, and this happens right here. My block has police on it all the time. There are shootings that are drug dealers on our corner right now. The fear is real, crimes are up. So what is the police force of New York City wasting their time doing? What is the focus of the New York police department that of course has our eternal respect after what happened with 9 11, but they've turned into an American version and I do not use this lightly of the Stasi. Play the tape, I'm going to narrate it. So here you have right here at a museum in New York City. That is a 9 year old girl. Now, I'm not trying to racialize this. Her name is jaila. I think she is a black girl. Is that right? So this is a black girl being escorted right there by two masked New York City police department, police officers, all the while crimes, murders, arsons, rapes, sexual assaults, are up, these two police officers are effectively arresting a 9 year old girl. Why? Because she did not have her vaccine papers at a museum. These two police officers now continue and bring the 9 year old girl into a squad car and put her in like she's El Chapo or Eric Rudolph or Ted Kaczynski the uniform. You know, forget the fact that gang activity is up and robbery and murders are up. This is a young black girl that has been put into a police department car and escorted up. Where is Black Lives Matter exactly? Protesting this? Now, what's her crime? Her crime is not being
Who Is David Israelite, Head of National Music Publishers Association?
"The country's in an interesting place right now, David. And what I'd love to do to start off here is just give us a little bit about, you know, you said you went to law school at Missouri, but tell us a little about where you come from and sort of how we got to where you're at. You know, a little bit today and then we'll go back and pick up some pieces. Sure, so I grew up in Lee summit, Missouri, which is a suburb of Kansas City. Parents moved our family there after being born in Chicago as a young kid and so I grew up in Missouri and loved politics. It was the kid in high school that carried the briefcase and wanted to be in Washington. And I came to Washington in college as an intern for Missouri senator named kit Bond. And it was during that internship that I knew that's where I wanted to be. So I ended up coming back to Washington during law school to go to Georgetown at night while I worked in the Senate. And then after practicing for a few years, I came back to be that senator kit bonds top aide in the Senate, around his reelection campaign, and it was during that campaign. I got to know a lot of the folks on the governor Bush team pretty well. And so when the 98 Senate reelection was over, I then went immediately to the Republican National Committee as the political and government affairs director to work on the Bush presidential campaign. And had two years there, which was thrilling, obviously, you know, a successful presidential campaign. And when that was done, the other Missouri senator was a guy named John ashcroft, who got appointed to be attorney general and asked me to come with him over to the Justice Department, which I thought would be a short term kind of fun stint before getting back to my life and instead, 9 11 happened soon after we got there and it became instead a calling where I was going to stay there with him and I did for four years. But during that time, we stood up a task force on intellectual property and the attorney general was kind enough to let me share this task force. And that's really what got me into the music issues is that I was looking at it from the side of the government, helping protect what was going on at the time, which was mostly theft of music, theft of movies, and that's what really peaked my interest into an industry music, which I had always loved.
America Gives Biden An "F" For Failure
"Anyway, I want to get to this survey that came out from political and morning consultant. 37% again raiding the president and F that's the grade they're given him after one year in office, not too good there. And then when you look at the rest of the numbers, it really doesn't look that much better, especially when you see that 52% of Americans are raiding him as a quote week leader. Now, that doesn't surprise me. I mean, you see what just transpired over the summer in Afghanistan. You look at what's happening right now in Ukraine, we're now sending weapons to Ukraine $200 million worth. I'm going to get to that in just a moment. But it tells you that on the international stage, there's a weakness right now to America thanks to Joe Biden and I said the other day I titled the podcast, how much damage has been done because a lot has been done. A lot has been done to our reputation on the world stage and that's playing right out in real time right now as we look at this controversy unfolding between Ukraine and Russia and our inability really to do anything. I mean, hey, look, if I'm Putin, I'm saying, well, you know, hey, I got Crimea. With Obama, why shouldn't I get Ukraine now with Biden? And so we're going to get to the second, but it does speak to the weakness perception that Americans have and frankly, probably the rest of the world has. A lot of people also don't see him as healthy. They don't see him as being in good health, which understandably, you know, given his age, 79 years old and his inability to communicate at times really has hurt him, they also recognize his lack of communication skills. And so just 20% are giving Joe Biden a B 18% grading him a C and just the smallest survey of people there are 11% would actually give him an a, those must be like the die hard
The Case for an Independent Commission for California Redistrcting
"So dean Peterson, good 2022 to you, make your case 'cause I hate these things. I think they violate the constitutional delegation of authority to the legislatures. Well, you happy new year from Malibu. I'll just quote the former last Republican governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger who made the case back in 2008 to California voters on prop 11, which was the independent redistricting commission proposition in which he said in redistricting is the only instance in which politicians actually choose their voters that it really should be the other way around. So a pepper and I we say we're about putting the public back into public policy. And I think putting redistricting into the hands, taking it out of the hands of politicians and putting it into everyday voters is really the right direction to go.
UK Conservatives Set to Show Boris Johnson the Door
"I'm reading from the telegraph moments ago further members of the 2019 red wall intake of conservative members of parliament have submitted letters of no confidence in Boris Johnson this morning. One MP told the telegraph, a 11 letters had been submitted to the 1922 committee, and that comments overnight from ministers attacking them as fools was the final straw senior minister's common saying we were fools have taken most over the edge. They would have done better to reach out rather than lash out. While party whips thought the number of letters of no confidence was in the 20th that figure has now written by as much as a third
Americans Support Tough Stance on China
"Really? Holding in my baby Brown libertarian fingers article from The Washington Post September 21, 2020. Headline, the Trump administration sanctioned China for detaining 1 million Uighurs. Here's what Americans think. We looked at public views of China's human rights abuses. About 11 million ethnic Uighurs, most of whom are Muslim live in the northwestern region. Of Ying xiang. Since 2017, China has imprisoned at least 1 million of them in internment camps, along with other ethnic minorities, calling them a security threat. Those in camps have been subjected to forced sterilizations, religious restrictions, ideological, re-education, and forced labor.
Stafford propels Rams past Cardinals 34-11 in playoff rout
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Daily Wire: Gov. Glenn Youngkin Signs 11 Executive Orders
"But as they point out in the daily wire Virginia's new governor signed 11 executive orders and directives on the first day in office after being sworn in over the weekend What were they Executive order number one delivers on his day one promise to restore excellence in education by ending the use of divisive concepts Including critical race theory in public education Of course that pushes racism Marxism and segregation Executive order number two delivers on his day one promise to empower Virginia parents And their children's education and upbringing by allowing parents to make decisions on whether their child wears a mask in a school Now the totalitarian counties that encircle part of Washington we call the Northern Virginia Fairfax county Arlington and some of the others have said no you're still required to wear masks Now let me tell you something about how government works The states way way back the colonies but will calm the state They created these towns and cities So the towns and cities are effectively creations of the states And so unlike the federal government Vis-à-vis the states remember the states created the federal government of the national government as well The states created the local governments So the local governments are not autonomous From the states and they can't just thumb their nose at a state directive And yet some of the counties have already You see the lawlessness of the left In a like something they're
Governor Glenn Youngkin Signs 11 Day One Executive Actions in Virginia
"I've been in kind of a wait and see approach to kind of see what is young and going to do when he actually takes office. Well, on Saturday, Glenn youngkin was sworn in as governor of Virginia. Immediately, Glenn youngkin went to signing executive orders, aimed at keeping key campaign pledges on reading from Charlie Kirk dot com. To push back on highly divisive critical race theory and to investigate loudon county public school members and officials. Glenn youngkin within minutes of becoming governor, he decided to do what so Republicans hesitate to do. Which is to fulfill on your campaign promises. Number one, Glenn youngkin has banned all uses of critical race theory and public education in Virginia. To restore excellence in education Glenn youngkin, signs an executive order ending the use of divisive concepts, including critical race theory and public education. Number two Glenn youngkin is said to empower Virginia parents against this kind of theme of the parents party. In their kids education, it is now the rule in Virginia to allow parents to make decisions on whether their kids should wear a mask in schools. Mask mandates for children are dead in Virginia. To restore confidence and integrity in the parole, board of the Virginia comment on the come of Virginia, not exactly sure who that one is relevant to the theme we're talking about, but it sounds interesting. The next one to investigate wrongdoing in loudon county. Remember the covering up of the father who came and complained about his daughter that was raped, the 14 year old daughter, and then they reassigned the male student who raped again. Glenn youngkin is wasting no time. He is doing a full investigation into that. Now, maybe someone could explain to me why Glenn youngkin decided to dress like Leonardo DiCaprio from Django Unchained. I don't quite understand the wardrobe selection. I don't have Twitter any of that. Maybe the Internet has already figured that out, but it's a spitting image, almost identical. Next Glenn youngkin is saying Virginia's open for business, no more lockdowns, and now than a couple to prevent human trafficking and support provide support for survivors. And then finally, there is a commission to combat anti semitism and then finally, to withdraw from regional greenhouse gas
Inflation is Cheating
"Inflation is cheating. Inflation is nothing new. Almost every declining civilization participates in an inflation cycle. Copernicus, who is known not for his monetary theory, but instead for his scientific and Korean discovery, he famously said nations are not ruined by one act of violence, like 9 11, or poor harbor. He says, but it said nations are ruined gradually. And in an almost in perceivable manner by the depreciation of the circulating currency, through its excessive quality. It's tempting when you're running a country to want to increase the money supply. It's tempting because it's an easy fix of the sugar high. But it's cheating. And it's lying. Inflation put simply is the declining of purchasing power. It's the rate at which the value of the dollar or the currency is falling. The Roman Republic famously did this by cutting the corners of coins or what was once a gold Roman coin. Eventually became a copper coin. We used to have legitimate silver in our nickels. And our quarters here in America. Now we don't. Now we have some sort of mixture.
Eric and Naomi Wolf Discuss Virtue Signalling, From Their Yale Years to Now
"To Naomi wolf. Naomi, I have to bring this up. You and I were in the same class at Yale, a class of 84, although you graduated at age 11. But I want to say that we were in the same class, didn't really know each other, but I say that because the first time I bumped into this kind of thing that we're talking about, I'm a working class kid from Danbury, Connecticut public school, suddenly among the cultural elites, and it was very clear to me if you were in the humanities, which is which I was. There's a certain way of thinking and that if you don't think this way, you'll be labeled a bigot or something. And I remember not knowing better kind of going along with it. And I remember at our graduation being told, oh, you've got to wear these two. I wrote wrote about this in my book fish out of water. That at our graduation, everybody who was somebody had to wear two ribbons, one signifying solidarity with the, I don't know, the Yale union workers who were being oppressed by the man. You know. And with solidarity with the idea of taking our class funds out of companies that were invested in South Africa. And it was that kind of virtue signaling was the first time I'd bumped into that, but it was really strong in the early 80s at Yale in certain circles. I know you were also in those circles. But it was the first time I saw that. And all of those people have gone on to be the leaders of the world. And I feel like they bought into this. And some of them like you were independent thinkers. I don't know how you have evolved. But it's interesting to me that you're willing to say these things now. I'm willing to say these things now. But a lot of people, there's still hanging back. They're afraid of something. Right. Well, oh, Eric. This is so painful. I mean, yes, there was a very kind of monolithic right on this. And that has only gotten worse and worse. Over the decades on the left, I will note respectfully that I think the right has its own form of virtue signaling. And I guess I'll also say that when it comes to things like publicly supporting decent wages for working people or publicly supporting investment in South Africa, ironically, exactly the kind of thing that is being constructed everywhere around us and discrimination society. I agree with it. I don't think that public support for a cause necessarily is the opposite of free thinking and classical liberal values from classical people. Right. Okay, sure. But I want to go on because we're getting into very deep waters that we need to get into. I am starting to look at I've been doing a lot of reading about how the Chinese Communist Party is influencing academics. And it clearly they've bought up along with World Economic Forum, any number of the policymakers that are implementing some of the most un American. Let's put it that way. Attitudes that you have to have now. Like cancel culture, totally un American, right? Very, very Chinese, Communist Party, right? So
The Left's March Towards Tax Insanity
"One of the things that happened under the Trump administration is that taxes actually went up for people like me. Because he eliminated the ability to deduct state and local taxes. And if you live in a blue state high tax state like California, you pay a great deal of state and local taxes, and by deducting it, you're able to spread that around to the other 49 states. Now California is poised to become the first in the nation to have a single payer. Four or 5 years ago, they were trying to do it. And the price day came in at $400 billion, which is even more than the total California budget. So of course, no bad idea ever dies in California. They just lay low and put it out again. And now, they are moving ahead. Taxes on businesses that make at least $2 million in annual revenue. We started to a 2.3% payroll tax. Companies with at least 50 employees, 1.25% tax. And employees pay employees at least $49,000 900 would be subject to a 1% tax. It also increases taxes on the wealthiest citizen, .5% income tax on people earning at least 149 gram, 2.5% of people making more than $2.48 million per year. Are you asking people to leave? Once you just hire the U haul, drive out yourself. Welcome to California.
Here's What Democrats Used to Say About Illegal Immigration
CDC Admits 4 Core Morbitities With COVID Deaths
"That. Right now we're talking about the time I was hammered on the campaign trail by CNN. They interviewed me about people leaving California about homelessness about the cost of living, the fact that the average price of a home in California's 175% above the average price of a home outside California about bad forest management about the fact that we're running out of water because we're not doing enough to store water we're not doing desalination plants. About rolling brownouts because of the pressure to put to make our utilities get more and more of their energy from weather dependent unreliable wind and solar, they didn't care about any of all that stuff, even though we talked about it. Hammered, hammered, hammered me on my assertion that children are not likely to get sick from COVID. Not likely to be hospitalized. Not likely to be seriously hospitalized, not likely to die, and that I'm skeptical about masks for children. But that's not true, they said. Now we're finding out according to the CDC. She said yesterday, 75% of the COVID deaths in this country occurred, with people who had not one not two not three but at least for morbidities.
Follow the Science, and Keep Schools Open
"We've talked about the flimsy evidence behind the CDC's push to vaccinate children. By doctor Marty makary of Johns Hopkins, we've talked about the article in the Atlantic by doctor then a Prasad. He's a hematologist oncologist associate prof of epidemiology at UC San Francisco, the downsides of masking gun students are real, published in the Atlantic, a student left publication. Now we're talking about the piece that was published in The New York Times by doctor Joseph Allen. Professor at Harvard's school of public health. Headline, we learned our lessons do not close the schools, all about how children are not likely to get sick, not likely to get really sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. Quote, as the American academy of pediatrics stated and report released this month, this article came out in December last month. Quote, the available data indicate that COVID-19 associated hospitalization and death is uncommon in children.
"11%" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"11%" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
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"11%" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Today. The court in china has sentenced a canadian businessman. Michael spoke to eleven years in prison. Spay and another canadian former diplomat. Michael coverage were arrested and charged with espionage. Just weeks after candidate tamed executive. Mangwende wenzel. she's currently fighting extradition to the united states on charges violating sanctions on iran. Us president joe biden has afghan leaders to come together to defend their country as the taliban seized seventh regional capital in less than a week. Speaking at the white house. By who said he didn't regret the decision to withdraw american forces noting that the us spent neither one trillion dollars and lost thousands of lives over twenty years in afghanistan. Afghan president ashraf ghani said. He's seeking the help of regional militias and australia's second biggest city melbourne. A population of five million has extended. Its locked down by another week after reporting twenty new covert nineteen cases. Lockdown was set to end on thursday. Meanwhile sydney has seen another record day of cases despite being in lockdown. Now for seven weeks this is the globalist statute sh well as we've been hearing on. The news. accord in. China has sentenced to canadian businessman. Michael spe to eleven years in prison. This comes just off to another quote. there upheld. A canadian man's death sentence for drug smuggling sophy. Yan is this the telegraph beijing correspondent. She's been following this story closely. Severe what is the charge against savor. Well it's been really vague. China has said that michael spero was found guilty of illegally providing steve secrets but very little information has been provided. It's not been a very transparent legal process at all in terms of China telling the public exactly what those charges were. even the trial. That michael's favor went through. This was back in martius. It happened within a couple of hours behind closed doors. Foreign diplomats aren't allowed in until the whole process has been really very opaque to think about china's fast legal and judicial system. This is a country where there's a ninety nine point nine percent conviction rate and this case of course is part of a wider diplomatic situation involving china canada. And the us. There's another case involving a former canadian diplomat. Michael covert in the schools. Really all the way back to late. Two thousand eighteen the short version of this being that In december twenty eighteen canadian authorities had arrested a chinese tech exec. A hallway executive one joe while she was on a layover in vancouver on a us extradition request just days later chinese authorities detained the two michaels michael spe for michael coverage and they've been held ever since and so these are cases that are widely viewed as china's very aggressive hostage diplomacy and attempt to squeeze ottawa into complying and releasing ming. I want to get into that in some detail in a moment but just i can you just tell us a little bit about space and his job there and indeed cove rig to were. They engaged in anything that could reasonably be seen as espionage. Well they were. Both residents of china's paper was a businessman. He was involved really a in between china north korea. He was a consultant. He was known for helping the dennis. Rodman visit to north korea. A couple of years back Coach rick was a former diplomat and he also worked as a consultant for a company. And so it's you know these were men who had lives here. They had personalized professional lives. And it's been many years working on helping the world to understand china. These cases against them have been condemned by canada by the us by other nations for being really unfair and unjust in fact. The prime minister candidate justin trudeau. Today has come out with a statement that affect making it clear that candidacies these as arbitrary detentions calling it out saying that china is using this as a way to to pressure canada in ways that are impacting regular people. Because as you say there is almost no doubt this connected to the arrest. In canada of ming show of so. Where are we with her case. Well just last week. Her case in canada is entering. Its last couple of weeks. It's scheduled to end august twentieth and so her defense is coming into final arguments. And so there's a sense The developments in the case against The two michaels in china the they have progressed. When you've seen manx case in canada progressing beijing publicly has denied any link. They say that the hostage diplomacy is not true. And that there are a real case against the michaels in candidate but you see of parallel when manx case moves forward. Something here than happens with the michaels and so now we've had this sentencing. Come out for staffers case. But for michael kovac he still awaiting his verdict and again both men were tried back in march and closed door hearings. So is this china leaving the door open for deal with very possible as far as as far as we understand it. As far as canada's said there had been talks to that effect between china and canada. But it's it's hard to say what will happen. Canada wants both of the michaels to be released. And what's interesting about what The chinese court today said in a very brief statement about michael servers cases. That he's going to have to serve eleven years in prison and then there was a mention of deportation. Legal experts widely interpreted that to mean that he will serve eleven years and then be deported from china but it is a very vaguely worded statement and it could leave the door open to him potentially leading earlier but china's system the criminal system here criminal law system here rarely overturned judgments like this so we really have to wait and see a lot of what's been happening with. This case really is dependent on factors outside of legal proceedings regular legal proceedings. So much of it depends on the diplomatic relationship between china and canada. And of course the us because the us was the one that wanted to be arrested in the first. But i mean encounter. of course the judiciary system is separate from the political system. Is there an understanding in china that that is the case. If there is an understanding china's willfully ignoring that china systems very different where the communist party which runs. The government has a lot of control over the courts and so it's a system that's very unfamiliar to the chinese. And they seem to think that by pressuring candidate in this way that they can get what they want which is for their executive to be released from from england joe to be released so it seems that they don't want to recognize that there's a separate that there's a division in government between the courts between you there are processes that must and procedures that must take place I just wanted to have a quick look at the case of robert schellenberg. He's been sentenced to death. Initially this was just a fifteen year sentence. Why has it changed. Yes so this case was very interesting. He had actually been arrested back in twenty fourteen and had been sentenced to fifteen years in prison and then in january twenty thousand nine hundred just one month. After mainland winter has been arrested in canada. schellenberg was then put on this very fast one day retrial in which he was given the death penalty and so this is another case that is seen as part of a state of these cases. Michael's fabric michael covert. Also the shell case alstine is part of this pressure this political pressure that beijing wants to exert on canada so that canada will de eventually released nang. Of course. canada has said we have legal procedures. Were not going to do that. That's not how it works. But beijing clearly isn't letting up on that front and so schellenberg case also seen as a very much political move and just just quickly before you go How would you characterize diplomatic relations between canada and china has this had a detrimental effect absolutely ever since may one drill was arrested in canada now almost three years ago. The relationship between the two countries has been on a steady decline. This has also come at a time when china's relations with other western nations with the us for instance with australia on this downturn and these cases as precedes or only deepening rift and it could be a long time before we see things sort of severe. Thank you very much indeed. That sophia young in beijing. And this is the globalist..
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"Sent her my list and i did not have any manifestation intentions behind it. Just you know thinking like oh this and this and this without any sort of attention and then literally one week later. That was on a sunday sent it to her. And then the next sunday. I met somebody that was everything on this list and it was really cool. He's super funny. Dorky as goofy liberally minded not religious but okay with my spirituality and he could be spiritual himself Very smart happy in his career taller than me acute kind of hot. That's my type. I believe and to be honest. I started to expand it now. I wrote another list since meeting him. Like okay. I want to make sure that whether this one works out or not. I'm learning more about you. Know my type been why not make another list. And then when i had that solidified why not send it to her. But this time they will have the intention of manifestations. I hope it works the same but that was wild. That was so cool anyway with that being said the more options you have the less satisfied you are with each one and also the more something is available to you. The less you want it. If someone's has to available it becomes less attractive. For whatever reason i could be wrong. Maybe that won't be the case. If i meet my soul mate and it's like okay. It's okay how much attention you wanna give may and vice versa. It doesn't matter because we're soulmates. I don't know. I haven't experienced that yet. If i'm being honest but right now what i'm experiencing is and if you have let me know and i would love to hear it but if i'm being honest ran i just noticed that the more available you are the less you might want it to weird weird paradox of the human wiring. This is the last one that i wrote down. Because i feel as though this is a very profound one. Four human for the soul for our expansion for our creative expansion especially since creativity is where i want to pivot this podcast more towards because it's my favorite field of life anyway. Everything that makes you drown. Also has the power to rulli. Make you fly so so true. My darkest moments are actually some of my most profound beautiful treasured moments because it allow me to soar and become a more expanded magnetic version myself learning from those dark moments. That made me drought strength in me. And there's so many tell tales stories of the great people walk in this earth. That had such a hard time. They were going through something of immense struggle yet. They walked away from it. Not only walking or running but soaring and you know helping millions of people through their own struggles because of that one struggle that they went through. I've talked to at the so many times. That i have many different solos on the dark night of the soul or war experiencing your shadow moments and working through them and i truly believe that those are profound beautiful moments in our life because they will ultimately lead to as long as you believe in yourself stay true to yourself and find the light and strength within yourself. You will soar and fly and feel this immense lightness because you were able to export some depth within you and find the treasure that was buried with net. And now there's a side of you that's always been there but you're able to radiate out into the world so if you're going through a dark night of the soul i know that there's a treasurer in it and so it's it's you don't have to spiritually bypass you don't have to fake it till you make it continued to go through the motions of it but hopefully you can find this ultimate trust that though it absolutely sucks it is going to work out in the end and it's not gonna work out but it's gonna be beyond what you fathom in this moment so anyway. These are many paradoxes of life. That i think are philosophies. We need pocket and remember in order to bring more ease and peace and excitement into our life. I hope that you enjoyed this episode and few have anymore paradoxes than these eleven. Please let me know us in the in an email or dm. Because i have a private instagram account. Now out raquel..
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"With the show how radically we're at seven. The only certainty is on certainty a quote by well when i was trying to find out said this it was either ancient roman author naturalist planning the elder. Or benjamin franklin who. I hope does not need an introduction but anyway the only certainty is on certainty so true. I felt as though i was so certain about so many phenomenons in life and also many scenarios in life and that certain things would work out in life and think about where world is today. I was not at all picturing what it is and it's something to keep in mind. You know that tomorrow is never promised and so. I know that this is dark. But it's something that an odd and dark way keeps me alive. And wanting to explore more of life and take risks because the only certainty is uncertainty. And we're not really guaranteed anything except change and also less time each day to experience as human life. So that's why it's so important to get comfortable with the uncomfortable and be okay with change and living in the unknown and take risks and simply be okay with okay with the fact that things. Most things are out of your control. I mean. of course we can't control a simply your behaviors and actions today in this morning. What you wanna eu. How you're going to spend your day who you're gonna talk to if they're willing to talk to you as well which that's never certainty so honoring this and accepting this kind of gives you permission and acceptance of non attachment and being okay with certain things not working out. Because that's just simply what happens with life. And so i would love to create a magical romantic glamorized picture that everything that we write down our vision boards or whatever will work out and i do believe that some of it will but it's never certain and you do need to continue the course to increase your chances of its certainty again. Since we don't know what will happen tomorrow or what is happening across the world and every space of the world we must see uncertainty to be honest as a gift to help us thrive more in our own life in this life to make the best of this life. This also circles back to the more you know the more you realize. You don't really know much and over two hundred years ago. They were confident that they knew all that is when it comes to human behavior and that they thought they knew everything out there in the galactic universe to even the smallest of atoms and the cells in the human vessel. But you know look at us today. We're continuing to discover something new about ourselves more and more and even scientists are like the more. I know the more realize. I need to continue to investigate. Gazette don't now of course even stages or spiritualists they continue to learn things about this human and spiritual experience that they must share. That's why so many people continue to write new books new topics there's always something new to discover and so we don't know it all and the only thing that we do know is that we're not one hundred percent of what the future holds so why not make the best of it and so take the risks and be comfortable with the uncomfortable with uncertainty. I am certainly when it comes to mind new career endeavors and my new relationships with guys and you know all these little life human experiences that we don't know what's going to happen tomorrow but let's just make the best of it now. That's my perspective. When it comes to the only certainty is now eight. The more you fail the more likely you are to succeed. So why if just what if failing the only way to increase your chances of success. What if in a sense failing was really winning because as we fail forward we move forward to experience greatness. I am well aware with new life ventures in pivots and career in relationships that i'm likely to experience some booze. Some embarrassment some humanities some failure but you know honestly bring it on because if that's going to get me to where i wanna go i'm all in and you know we're not guaranteed since you know. The only certainty is uncertainty. We're not guaranteed vanilla route to success and honestly what's what's great about that story by even really want that in all reality i mean i do feel it would be sober awarding to learn from my mistakes to get to where i wanna go. I've done in the past in dino. I think that will continue especially as our journeys change. Continue that route in. So this is a more grounded. Progess somebody who's an idealist. I death lamb and idealists in a dreamer. I assume i'm an optimist in many ways. Delusional optimists like my friend. Charlie says and you know yes. There's something so freeing about accepting this reality especially of where you want to go is oversaturated or more challenging think about the great comedians of our time or even pastime. There hasn't been one who has embalmed at a show. So some you know like my idealistic self would have chosen to ignore it and just continued to remain comfortable now. My perspective is that i'm willing to accept it and own it and fail forward. I might have you know a ton of sales or might not have a ton of fails. Or i might not even have avail- at all but i'm indeed at least willing to experience it and so this is the only way to succeed in authentically. Me and authentically follow my dreams and i fully believe that the more you fail the more likely you are to succeed or at least the more. You're willing to fail because failing and not feeling succeeding and not succeeding. None of that is certain. None of that is guaranteed but at least to be willing to experience it. You will move forward. You will move the needle forward sawn mullen on that like i said it's feeling for it. It's not like it's a. It's not like feeling am silly math test. Our teacher gave us. It's failing at an experience..
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"Tell me okay. Su takes out to the lobby. Alliance is a small town. As i've mentioned before so you can never be too careful where you're talking. And she tells us what happened messenger. I saw this name. Come up. And i thought i recognized that last name. This is texted me every message me in the afternoon saw at about seven o'clock and he talked to me like almost. She got a random message on facebook. Literally the day we arrived in alliance says hello. Susan my name anyhow. I just watched the story about your von that you was in. I know you have no idea who i am but i have some interesting things that we learned amounts murder through the years. Please please please do not say a word about this until i had the opportunity to tell you what i know. I've met the killer. And i know where he is and i suspect still killing and yes. He's a sue offered to john. Danny speak to the man. As i mentioned sue or i doing interviews at this point is just too risky. We need the licensed professionals to do it for the courts to be. Okay with the information. Would you be willing to tell them what you know. Also let me know what works for you that way. If he doesn't wanna talk to you guys. I haven't opening to get back in there. He said sorry. I can't do that way too much. Involved in at risk after that he pretty much shut now but don't he said don't tell anybody saw afraid of you guys show up. He's not he's gonna shut down what he wants. He wants to share right. The reached out right this. He's holding if it's valentine's holding this so we decided to track him down and find out he knows fortunately he told su he works thirty. Hit the record. We found him at a big warehouse in alliance and since alone. I to ease his mind he also specifically told her didn't wanna talk to john and danny is there can. I have him. Won't keeping along. Well you know what i pictured at all. We'll call this guy. Kevin and i'm changing his voice for privacy kevin said he's a lifelong alliance resonant and went to high school with iran then. Kevin invites sue to talk in private. Oh can they come either. John and danny walk in. I don't goosey that. Don't have a clear. Nice pitcher max. You guys have got to understand what's needed by that unfocused. Should i'm done. We're not gonna find that you're talking. Promise you he told us a long story about a former cop and alliance. He thought was murdering his children. And even longer story short. We tracked it down and yes this former cop had a few of his kids die very young but nothing seemed particularly odd to us but one thing is clear people in this town. Do not trust the cops. What made you tie this into. I've got stories on the apd known to be. Did you hear like being around alliances as long as you have you hear. Rumor of environ Being in the sex word into okay and police availing themselves services. You never heard the cops would go pay for not specifically most allies residents will tell you right outta gave you when i tell you alive cops picks you did they come to your house for domestic rescue. It hit on her as the way they are. The base there generally are not on not saying every one of them but the hogwarts and that's why the no element with you. If in some of the biggest find out. I'm talking to you about anything like that. If at best case my dog is souped up and crooked chain or doria good evening question remember. Doria was the new chief of police. At the time of yvonne's murder after chief black was fired for stealing drugs. Guns and money i think of it. I was curious what was sure hope. It is odd pitcher who always questionable whenever a chief of police brings a date to crime scene. A more senior that clearly. It's not just in our heads there. Something up with the alliance cops but did they actually have anything to do with evan's murder. We still couldn't shake the psychic tapes. And detectives william macklowe and bud samson bringing up the possibility that it was one of their own so it was finally time to speak with some people who may actually know what was going on anyone's life coming up next time on murder in alliance shoot. Come to you saying. She'd pissed off the wrong person. She had so many secrets. It's like three phases. That i know of her life she was dating aqap cop said that she was pregnant and she trying to on the daddy. I knew that she would tell people that she was pregnant. And ask for money for an abortion. That's how she would send money to eric when he was in the joint chanted belliar senior and she would shake him down south to tell your wife or something in some dark side to what about this sex tape..
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"He really didn't have an alibi they would've looked into him more. And when moore thing jeremy defeating dr lynda actually said she picked him up that night in fact it seems like jeremy still doesn't drive his sister told us she'd see him walking around town everywhere so there are some questions. We do have twenty two years later about his alibi. We can't confirm it and we don't know the exact hours and considering there's no exact time of death for yvonne. It is plausible. Jeremy could have left work at midnight. Killed her after sure. Time of death was only given as some time after seven pm. So john and danny ask jeremy straight up. Were there that night. Your dna would not be on her clothes at all had no involvement whatsoever. Okay yeah and from talking to him. He seemed to really care about yvonne a lot. Obviously this is personal above the emotional effect. The vence debt hatem you. Here's somebody that can talk to talk to me and be point gonna be open We'll if on them. Did you ever confide in you. That she felt like she might upset. Somebody could could hurt her with anybody yet from it. One on to back out Around.
"11%" Discussed on Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak
"Let's We demanded that teams acting for being of weeds. And ricky like up. Three manager orlando. I think it's being have a very big council many because they raised from team would experienced players and think what foam leads his. Yeah but Louis enrica selected only twenty four players instead of twenty six. I think that does make back. They can dig two more players but he thirty four. Let's let's go with the gold key part here. I think he or the nice to start from. Athletic will okay. Let's see i'm putting on the gear because he's good in international matches so far as the defenders has liquid obviously right bathroom farther by ramdas. Then i think party romo suman surge rooms so you know that he not been called by and last woman he didn't go endings because each is so but i think then to play last year franz last couple of funds which i think for tourists and then giorgio might your plane right. Now let's go to meet feelers I think audrey is gonna be good. Dorji from montana. City is good. Defensive midfielder with them pay the and attention. Sergio baskets with because he's a captain when moses not there so he is a midfielder who 'certain there been here. I think they might choose ordeal with him. Captain side. because he's captain chesley one no in ricky. Sergio was with a thin now. Most of the match. So let's go to try. Does morale for sure gerard marino. So you are saying four three three year. That sounds pretty me for one much. Sweden's i didn't. There was a very strong team with the manager. The manager being yon anderson in five minutes and one loss in six months of any. We're playing this match. This match is a match. In savvy like it's been okay again so i think what happens is swedish team registering with lasting and round the left backs. Lindelof danielson lindelof being very instant larson. Also i think they'd be not missing slat. Anybody exactly a missing bone need. Be if you will daddy be that. Some big new friends knew him on. The big moreno said who did. Did that says john's team. They have larson donaldson made fee with buck. Force bug just behind the sack. So scoreline from. I think sweden aren't going go to the of the defenses speed mobile tina's give benefit to spain article. Three one with spin like australia. Macedo neha three one will come to my body tomorrow. Thanks for joining me thanks..
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"Kids would grow magid. We have to be adding one go be magid and gloomy matches which isn't a groupie match. Starting i guess there's one today at nine thirty percents And being sweden it and the six hundred matches between scotland and check the pony kiss god. Levin tech erupted several. Get that i get okay. We'll just go through the manager of the things i think. The manager of a scotland. Steve clock Thank you doing good. Scorpions and wins In jazz dash loads of techrepublic inc can book. I think so. Let's go the lineup of jack of i think starting over click think. He's a good kid. He plays with sevilla. Think Koo koo foul cup body and sue check in mid viewed in. No saudi of coupons has got a lesson borderline defense check corral masa voiced dead heat up in mid and sh- shake and the outdoor in attack formation. They go for four for two right kingdom and have some good attackers could feel which is a venue being lucas. Go limited home game. So what is their team lineup. According to you much Defensively angry here journey and Mcphee it'd be ordina ordinary make domini mcgregor and mcginn adams being struck dykes also strike depending on the for the food did you. Don mccomb against commend. Gb payment. but they can come in and make a difference and amstrong donaldson do dead. Gilmore's they're all. This is a good team and scotland. Getting checked public will destroy attack. Even the spartan is only going to techrepublic saying i'm going with scotland. One ongoing for scotland two zero two zero zero two zero talk. Let's get back to the next match at borland. Nobody's so pull in is ranked much in the world Think so i think in the market slovakia orland will be named not sure drinking but End is around twenty one fallen around windy one in the world care slavic does give me is again because i'm also looking at it. Slow big right. How did they come back. How did they win this. Get this thing the care for this league is thirty three lose. What's so it gets up north to me losses. They they made one win. One loss for us letting the form of land east slightly was with one loss. But i think he's gonna be a blue match with sin beats book that stuff. Russia is good for the game that is resting thing because let me come back with the base of their own base. Borland folder is focusing at borland. Only s oh big is trading saying it as sort of big is being at home. I think would have good off. Experience pittsburgh polar letting in the work of erupting medicines enemies book look. Let's get back with the team now. Managers i which would explain status. I think the minded policies off. I think he's got a strong and fifteen put us in the match. Good would big names and thing hsieh's knee humanity embarrassing but be Defense cry janica. Goedert linski in midfield. Chaz ski captain damage. I don't know whenever. I hear april buddha's get tickets german. I didn't feel good that he's from poland. Yeah i think yeah. Hopefully they will give up. I think he'll be the turning point of the match Stephan kovic for gaskell which still have a pretty nice nice of these leaders. Like monica sick screen yarl's or vetting boy dubroca and for Can provoke cited site cotton's pdr. Ramada enhancing in midfield and mac and strike doesn't four four three four three four two three and In poland for four hundred dollars. I think it's full truth to what they will give only the front. I'm just saying they go is exactly i going to happen in skimp behind due to you on as possible for this one is like the lookout for and i guess so. What is the scoreline. We're looking at my prediction to one hundred yet. I have to go ahead with fallen winning but with zero difference like two zero opponent. I don't think so with the experience that let's see. What the mets come. Back of the post-match dacian last match for tonight for people in india is like spain versus sweden. Sweden sweden's being is like one of my all time. Favorites have always supported spain. I don't know about you. I think being a pretty good team stamp.
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"The balls come on the ball goal very quickly so even though i won a lot they also they also disappeared quite quickly and then after a few minutes all the balls were gone but i thought it was close like i was winning for a little bit. So maybe maybe i can win. So i put in one thousand yen more and then i don't know if my machine made noises are special noises or anything anymore but the the lady looked over at me but you didn't help me again and of course i still didn't know what i was doing or how to play an after a couple of minutes. My all my balls gone which meant that. I had just lost two thousand the end. It took me maybe less than ten minutes to lose two thousand. Yeah so. I thought that's enough. I'm not going to spend any more money on but tinkle. Actually this was a saturday evening and become a custom of mine on saturday evening. After work to to tower records yes tower records tower records was one of the top floors of this shopping center on the shopping mall and i would go to tower records and they have all these listening stations where you can listen to lots of cds and i would listen to cds and if i found one that i liked i would buy it in japan. The cds were quite expensive especially cds. That were that were especially for japan. Maybe strange strange concept but Quite often the cd that that was originally sold in the us for example and they will have a slightly different version. I don't know if they still do this. But they had a slightly different version with maybe one or two extra tracks or possibly just some japanese information included and then they would increase the price. Jack up the price and sometimes by like thousand yen thousand like ten dollars so the they would still sell the american the american cd as well or the european cd To classify the cd but so in the same store you could buy the american cd for about one thousand five hundred yen and the japanese cd for about two thousand five hundred. Yeah i of course. I always bought the american. Want to save a little bit of money not maybe not always but usually and the so one thousand five hundred yen and when i was in go is spent two thousand yen for ten minutes on the machine. That wasn't really fun..
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"Intermediate or lower intermediate learners of english. But of course everyone is. Welcome to listen today. I thought i would talk about pachinko but cinco but jingo is gambling game. That's popular in japan. Maybe it was created the in japan. I'm not quite sure. And i want to talk about my experience playing jingle Maybe one of my first experiences playing pachinko was in my first year in japan so maybe nineteen years ago and my my friends coworkers were playing pachinko and they invited me to come and play so. I thought it's okay. I mean it's in you experience. And i'll try it out. They they paid. They paid for the the balls They just put some money in the machine. I don't really remember. Actually but anyway. I didn't pay any money to play and then i just sat down there and there. It's a machine noisy machine on balls fly up in the air and i think the the balls are supposed to land in a special place and if they land in the special place You get money or something. I'm not really sure. I still don't know a little bit. Like pinball i guess pinball gambling machine you you hold a you hold a controlling your hand than you can change the direction of the ball. The little silver balls hummy. Hundreds of little balls are flying up there. They come down. They go up. I don't even remember anyway. So i thought okay i'll play pachinko. Why not and i sat down and i started the play. And i'm looking at the machine front of me and i can see the balls flying up in the air and i can see you know little pins and things but i have no idea what's happening. I don't know what's happening. It's just like a. I don't know it's just a mystery to me and then as this was happening the my friends coworker. The one who had put the money into machine. My machine got very excited. And he is going higher Hecker click click. Click haircut. her I could feel i could feel. He was frustrated. Like quiet. might not doing what i should be doing. But of course. I had never played before and i had no idea what i was supposed to do so i stood up ear. You do it you do it. And then i see and i left because i think he was being very polite and so that was my first experience with pachinko. I didn't win my second experience. I was working at an english school in oklahoma and this english school system was For basically the students would choose the teacher. And so if you if you have been working there for a while you will have built up your students you know you will have a bigger number of students than the new teachers of course.
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