35 Burst results for "12 Year"
How the Wokeness Is Killing the Simple Joy of Sports
"I caught up on this, Uh 30 for 30, ESPN special at the 1986 Mets, the World Series team. Jim is a big Mets fan producer, Jim and he had told me this is such a great show. You got to watch it. So I sat down for four hours. I couldn't turn away the 1986 Mets, and it reminds me I was a Yankees fan, not a Mets fan, but I was very happy to Mets won the 1986 World Series. I was a kid and I was I was 12. I mean, you know, I'm not thinking about solving the world's problems at 12 years old. But I was happy for them. My mom was a Mets fan and that stunning World Series victory, of course with the Bill Buckner era and it's a real shame, because you know, Bill Buckner is such a great player and became You know, it's infamous for that one plane he shouldn't have. He was such a great player throughout his career. I mean, it was just right. Jim Buckner was a great hitter. I mean, if phenomenal player and it's really a shame that a lot of people just associated with that one moment But I watched that upset victory. The Mets come back in the ninth, and I remember just losing my mind being so happy for my mom and she was screaming, jumping up and down and this guy Phil's house we were at it was a friend of Of hers at the time. But Comey thinking How mad I am now. I don't mean like man at the world are mad at you. I mean mad at what the sports world. Dead. I had such special memories and I was a kid sports. I did I, uh, you know those moments. You you all know. I mean, if your guys ladies out there you were at a game with your dad or your mom or whatever, and home run gets hit in the beard gets thrown in the air and everything like that. People throw and popcorn, peanuts, crackerjacks all over the place. Whatever. Everybody's just going nuts together something about the collective energy of the crowd. Sports brings us that. It's a form of entertainment. You don't see that the movie theater, right? I mean, very rarely in a movie theater. You know, you're not watching, like return to the Jedi, where Luke Skywalker throws Darth Vader over the thing, and everybody gets up in cheers. That just doesn't happen. But it happens in sports, right and those moments I missed them. I've been, uh, stranger to sports for the last few years because of the Wokeness and I just don't want to. It's just not my thing. I just can't take it and I'm really mad. Like many of you are There's a special moments to me. I remember every second of that 1986 Mets World Series. I remember there was sitting at the end of the couch on the right side. And this guy Phil's house watching that And that feeling of elation and joy. Why'd you have to take that from us?
Rep. Chip Roy Shares About Challenges Obtaining Ivermectin
"Air they, you know, we were able to get a prescription for dramatic. And and she was able to get it and go to the pharmacy near where we live in Texas, not far from dripping springs outside of Austin, and she sat there listening to him and the pharmacist behind the counter was arguing with the other pharmacist saying, Well, we can't fill this. What is this for? And then they interrogated my wife about what's this for this for Covid? My wife, France was. Does it matter? I have a prescription from a doctor and I want to get elected. And so ultimately they filled the prescription. But this is happening all over the country. The pharmacists are blocking the doctors. It's amazing, and they're and they're like this is all part of this overall campaign that is both purposeful by some and his stare ical by others, and it's the ones that are hysterical that are buying into the hype by the authoritarians in the tyrants in Washington. And beyond Washington, the academic set you know the smart blue check Twitter idiots on both sides of the aisle who know what's best for all of us, By the way, mark and tell us how to live our lives when we can go choose what's best for our family. Do you think I want anything to befall harm? To my 10 year old or 12 year old son, My 10 year old daughter. Hell, no right. I'm going to look out for them and what's best for them. I'm going to make decisions for them, but I can tell you what he forced vaccinations. To a 12 year old boy when there's myocardial research when we know by the way when family members have had the virus, we know that natural immunity is stronger, and Israel produces the studies, and we know that as a matter of scientific fact now
Genocide in Afghanistan Was Prevented and No One Wants to Talk About It
"This genocide that's going on now. In Afghanistan. Beyond our cameras. Was not only preventable. It was prevented. And nobody wants to talk about it. The 20 year. War is over. Let me tell you a little secret. The 20 year war was over, quote unquote a long time ago several years ago. Barack Obama. Was not nation building. Donald Trump was not nation building. That's the last 12 years out of those 20 years. The person. The president who was nation building was George W. Bush. He's trying to figure out a way to prevent another attack on the homeland. Whether it be in the Middle East, whether it be In Afghanistan. I don't condemn him for that. He saw the Marshall Plan after World War two. The work It worked with Italy. It worked with Japan and work with Germany and other countries. Democracy was, in fact imposed where constitutions were in fact imposed and it worked. Of course we now know I think we know. That in certain societies such as they are They don't work. And they never will. Eight years of Obama in four years of Trump. They were not nation building.
COVID Hospitalizations of Younger Patients Rising
"Pediatric Covid Hospital admissions reaching record highs tonight and we are once again seeing the national average for the death toll rising. The wave of young patients struggling to breathe battling covid in the hospital now at its highest point in the pandemic, on average, more than 300 Children or landing in hospitals across the country every day in South Carolina, Misty Goodwin Speaking to us from her 12 year old daughter's hospital bed, Omari fighting for her life. I'm just glad right now because they did take her out of a medically induced coma. We still have a long road to go the U. S now averaging more than 900 deaths each day of a staggering 173% in the last month, a BCS Elwin
Sen. Cotton Says It's Shameful Biden Doesn't Take an Aggressive Stance in Kabul
"The Taliban is the enemy. The Taliban is animated. Remember the Taliban is a ragtag gang of a bunch of illiterate goat herds. Uh yes, they have support throughout the country in various segments of the population. But they could not for a moment stand up to the troops that we have inside the Kabul airport or more troops that we could flow into that airport. So it is shameful that Joe Biden and his secretary of state Saying that the Taliban and control of Kabul and we have to negotiate with the amount of reality. All we have to say is the United States is now in control of Kabul and anyone who interferes the evacuation of an American citizen will be killed on site. Uh huh. He's not going to do that. Is he, senator? Of course, he's not going to do that. I mean, this is an example of Joe Biden and his prickly stubbornness and pride fullness. He thinks that he's been right about Afghanistan for 12 years at a minimum, and everyone to include President Obama should have listened him. He's going to show everyone and know what they're saying, Mark. They're saying that no Americans are stranded and we're going to get out. Every American who wants to get out ridiculous. I'm afraid that that's their way to justify rolling up. Operations later this week, so you can get all the troops out by August 31st and then anyone who's stuck. Well, I guess they didn't want to get out because Joe Biden so incompetently executed his decision to withdraw our troops from Afghanistan.
When Will the COVID-19 Vaccine Be Available for Kids Under 12?
"Suffering. From gunshot wounds. The American Academy of Pediatrics is pushing to get the coronavirus vaccine available to kids. Brian Shook has the latest Academy president, Dr Lisa Vo Beers, wrote a letter to the FDA, saying the agency needs to work aggressively towards authorizing safe vaccines for Children under age 12. Years noted last week saw the biggest week over week percentage increase in cases among kids since the pandemic started. The delta variant was also a factor in writing the letter. Only one vaccine has been
Broadway Theaters Will Require Vaccinations for Audience Members
"Things are going to be quite different on New York's Broadway in the future. Bill Alexander report Covid 19 Vaccinations and mask will be required for all Broadway audience members when the theatres reopened in the coming weeks. The Broadway League announced Friday that audience members will have to wear face coverings and show proof they're fully vaccinated when they enter the theaters. There will be exceptions to the vaccine rule for Children under 12 years old and for people with a medical condition or religious belief that prevents vaccination, those individuals will need to show proof of a negative covid 19 test. Vaccinations will also be required for performers, Crew members and theatre employees.
CNN Don Lemon Challenges Ana Navarro Over Tucker Carlson Ambush
"A clip online where the lemon was actually making a sense for the first time, at least, 12 years. And they were talking about this guy that got into Tucker Carlson's face and Mane at a An efficient rod store. Whatever they call The guy was obnoxious. Now I have to say Tucker Carlson has a lot more. Self restraint than I do, Mr Producer. I don't think it would have been pleasant. I'm just saying, I don't think it would have been That's at Ana Navarro said. It's okay. You're a public figure. You have to expect. People who love you people who hates you, and they have a free speech, right? I don't know what that had to do with anything Since he's not government, it is and I can do the first moment. But she's an idiot in multiple languages. She's an idiot. So, according to Ana Navarro, it's okay. So I just wanted you to know that now, D Lemon said, No, I don't think it is. And the the Republican stiff he had from the George H. George W. Bush administration. He didn't think it was a good idea, either. But Ana Navarro thought it was a good idea. So Thought to myself. Are you a buffoon? You're just inviting people to be rude to you. Well, that's hurt. That's her tactic. No big deal, she said. What happened? Dr Carlson? Do you think of that? Mr Producer? Isn't that kind of stupid?
6 Shot Outside Party in Austin
"Were shot outside a party in the Austin neighborhood late last night, five of the victims ranging in age from 12 to 19. They were standing in a group on the sidewalk around 11 30 in the 5000 block of West Ohio. Someone in a dark colored SUV drove by and opened fire. 15 14 13 year old were shot at night. 18 year old shot in the back and a 12 year old shot in the hand. They were all taken to the hospital in fair condition. A 25 year old man was also hit in the back side. He has been treated and released.
Scientists Were Wrong About Climate Change Then and Are Still Wrong
"Dot com Mr Producer This goes back to April. 22nd 2009 and I dug this up. Birthday predictions of 1970. This may have been on Instapundit actually. The reason you shouldn't believe Earth Day predictions of 2000 and nine And they point out even back then, 12 years ago. For the next 24 hours. The media wall saw this with tales of imminent disaster that always accompany the annual Earth Day Doom and gloom extravaganza. Oh, it's only gotten worse. Ignore them. They'll be wrong. We're confident in saying that because they've always been wrong and always will be need proof. Here's some of the hilarious, spectacularly wrong predictions made on the occasion of Earth Day 1970. That's when it was founded. We have about five more years at the outside to do something, Kenneth what Ecologists. Civilization will end within 15, or 30 years unless immediate action is taken against problems facing mankind. George Wald, Harvard biologist. We're in an environmental crisis, which threatens the survival of this nation and the world as a suitable place of human habitation. Barry Commoner. Remember him? Washington University biologist Man must stop pollution and conservatives resources not merely to enhance existence but to save the race from intolerable deterioration of possible extinction. New York Times editorial the day after the first birthday. Population will inevitably and completely outstripped whatever small increases in food supplies. We make that death rate will increase until at least 1 to 200 million people per year will be starving to death during the next 10 years. Paul Ehrlich, Stanford University biologist. 1975. Some experts feel that food shortages will have escalated the present level of world hunger and starvation in the famines of unbelievable proportions. Other experts more optimistic. The ultimate phone population collision will not occur until the decade of the 19 eighties. Paul Ehrlich,
Royal Caribbean Says Unvaccinated Travelers on Florida Cruises Must Have Travel Insurance
"Passenger's Over 12 years old to purchase travel insurance for medical costs if they contract covid 19 Company says unvaccinated travellers leaving from Florida must be at least must have at least $75,000 worth of insurance for quarantine and medical evacuation costs. The insurance is mandated for voyages that lead from the Sunshine State from August 1st through December. 31st and a person is dead
"12 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"If you're looking for a path to success with a good life it probably made you despair but if you're looking for god what did you say about him today. My guide shot was in eight twelve which also felt like a perfect summary for the whole book. It says though a sinner does evil a hundred times and prolongs his life yet. I know that it will be well with those who fear god because they fear before him. This first points out that there's no formula for a long happy life. Living righteously doesn't mean you'll live longer than those who aren't walking with god the only thing we can do is delight in god and obey him and trust him with the outcome and that in itself is what it looks like for things to go well regardless what actually happens. Isn't that what you're really after anyway. A heart at peace. And haven't you seen time and again how the thing you want doesn't actually achieve that for you. And how striving after it actually produces the opposite of heart at peace the preacher has had and parties and concerts and concubines and money in amounts you and i will never be able to touch and he says none of it brings the kind of peace and joy comes from humbly walking with god. The preacher knows. He's where the joy is. Can i talk to you about the bible. I know i do that every day. But i love to come speak at your church or college or conference next year and meet you in person. If you're interested or you know someone who might be visit the bible recap dot com and click on the about. Tlc link at the top to fill out the speaker request form. We've also put a direct link in the show notes. The bible recap is brought to you by degrade discipleship and bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..
The Obamacare Decision by SCOTUS Shows They Are Cowards
"The obamacare decision by the Supreme Court today is expected. And I'll tell you why not, for reasons so called legal analysts have to say. Because once these unconstitutional laws take hold They're almost impossible to undo. So the Supreme Court by 5 to 4 with Justice Roberts, the chief justice, flipping Wasn't 12 years ago. Turning into a tax case. He wrote The, uh, really the the law into, uh And for two forever Ville. And so no challenge will ever upset it. And Justice. Alito's dissent was brilliant. Gorsuch joined with him. We got all this head counting going on on T V. You know what? But they don't get at any of the substance, of course. This was a tax case. That's what the Supreme Court turned it into. And then when the tax issue Was repealed on the individual mandate by Congress. Suddenly, it's not a tax case anymore. Suddenly it's a standing case. So the Supreme Court turned itself three times. Now on this law, Obamacare into a pretzel. And those lawyers who really are not constitutional lawyers, but maybe their former federal prosecutors or former defense lawyers. Maybe I don't know. Former bankruptcy laws or whatever this is how they use their green eyeshades. And so that's that's not what's going on here. These justices are demonstrating over and over and over again. What a bunch of cowards there. Comey Cavanaugh really, so far disasters. Hopefully, that will change over
Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected
"Case might be linked to the murder of Lindsay Bomb who disappeared from a clearly nearly 12 years ago. Several radios. Hannah's got has details. 10 year old Lindsay bomb disappeared as she was walking home from a friend's house back in 2000 and nine in 2000 and 18 Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott delivered the grim news. We've brought Lindsay home. We've recovered her now. Earlier this month, Grays Harbor sheriff's say they arrested a man in connection with a 2003 cold case. Rape with the help of genetic genealogy. Paul Beaker lived in McCleery in 2003 when a 17 year old was raped in that cold gaze. And now, investigators say, There's enough similarities between Lindsay's case and the 2003 case, but they're looking into a possible connection. The suspect was in McLeary the day Lindsay bomb disappeared. Our
Benjamin Netanyahu Ousted From Power After 12 Years
Israel Swears in New Coalition, Ending Netanyahu's Long Rule
"When we begin this morning with political drama in Israel, where Benjamin Netanyahu lost his 12 year hold on power. After the Knesset, the parliament voted in a new coalition government, a coalition Rather unlikely coalition. Many think of eight parties. The right wing nationalist politician and former ally of Netanyahu. Naftali Bennett has been sworn in as the prime minister for the next two years. He calls it a government of change. Mr Netanyahu remains head of the liquid party and will become leader of the opposition. So all change in a dramatic vote as well. Let's speak to a member of the Knesset. Unusual member of the Knesset for the far left Hadash Party or Fear, CASS. If who joins us now? What was it like making the vote on the end of Netanyahu's career? How did you vote offer? Good morning. We voted against the government because one has to understand the situation. Well, yeah, for years, of course objected, opposes opposed the policies of this government. Netanyahu is a racist. And there is been inciting against the Palestinian national minority within Israel. Of course, we wanted to do whatever we could in order to get rid of him. But at the same time we couldn't vote but against the Taliban it and his government because this is a far right government. It is true that within this coalition All some representatives of the center of Liberal forces. But in the end of the day, the government is ruled by far right politicians and parties. Bennett and his allies, and in that sense, we added to vote against it in this is this is what we did
Naftali Bennett Sworn in Israel's Prime Minister
"Political change comes to Israel. Naftali Bennett 49 year old nationalist, not Tali Bennett was sworn in as Israel's new prime minister, ousting Benjamin Netanyahu after a record 12 years in office. Then it heads a coalition of parties from the political right left and centre. Netanyahu was weakened by a corruption trial, but vowed to return to
"12 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"The mouth of a fool brings ruined near whoever utters. Slander is a fool. When words are many transgression is not lacking but whoever restrains his lips is prudent the tongue of the righteous is choice silver the lips of the righteous feed many. The mouth of the righteous brings forth wisdom but the perverse tongue will be cut off the lips of the righteous. No one is acceptable but the mouth of the wicked. What is perverse. And that's just in chapter ten. I also want to point out again that this is wisdom literature. It's not promises or prophecies or law and it all has to be weighed by its context and measured by the rest of scripture. Or we'll be led to believe something that scripture isn't actually saying to us for example ten fifteen says a rich man's wealth is a strong city. The poverty of the poor is there ruin but over and over again. We've seen that. God has rendered wealth meaningless and the he has lifted up the poor even in eleven twenty eight today. He says whoever trusts in his riches will so what is solomon trying to say here. Is he contradicting himself. Based on the context of ten fifteen. It seems like the message. He's trying to send their has more to do with work ethic than wealth. Laziness is frowned upon and poverty. Shouldn't be romanticized. Because so many problems are adjacent to it. While hard work and poverty aren't always at odds the proverbs speak general truths. There are always exceptions to the rule. Some people are born on third so to speak so even though they may work hard they can advance further than someone who was born in the dugout. for instance other proverbs requires to be new. Wants to the way we interpret them and show us the attention to detail. The balance that wisdom brings for instance ten eighteen says the one who conceals hatred has lying lips and who utters slander is a fool. This isn't contradictory either. It's telling us what to say and what not to say. We shouldn't lie about our feelings but we shouldn't gossip about the person either. Chapter eleven puts a lot of the connections between humility and wisdom and righteousness and wisdom humility and righteousness are so closely linked because the humble person will realize that they don't have all the answers and the wise thing to do is to walk in god's ways not their own even though submitting to someone else namely god doesn't sound like freedom it truly is otherwise like verse six says we live in bondage to our sins it says the treacherous are taken captive by their lust. I would rather be a bond servant god than my sins any day. This chapter also emphasizes the way the righteous or not only blessed themselves also serve as a blessing to those around them verse. Twenty five says it this way the one who waters will himself be watered and i grew up in the south where they say it. This way you can't pour it out without getting little on you no matter how you say it. It's clear that god loves for his people to be generous chapter. Twelve dives back into our speech. Here's an excerpt for solomon keeps driving the point home juxtaposing. The wise against the foolish based on their words and reactions. The way of a fool is right in his own. Is that a wise man. Listens to advice. The vexation of a fool is known at once but the prudent ignores an insult. Whoever speaks the truth gives honest evidence but a false witness utters deceit. There is one whose rash words are like sword thrusts the tongue of the wise brings healing truthful lips endure forever but a lying tongue is but for a moment essentially we can boil it down to this. The wise man might keep his mouth shut even if he has something awesome to say. The fool blabber endlessly and it usually results in errors lies and wounds as someone who talks for a living. This is really important council for me to pay attention to. What was your god shot. Today i noticed two sections that explicitly tell us god loves and hates which i'm always on the lookout for eleven twenty says those of crooked heart are an abomination to the lord. But those of blameless ways are his delight and twelve twenty two says lying lips are an abomination to the lord but those who act faithfully his delight so we see that god hates crooked heart and lying lips and the word crooked here is most often translated her verse which usually means behaving in a way. That is belligerent or unreasonable. It's rebelling against god standards as are the lying lips and we see that god loves those of blameless ways and those who act faithfully so what if you see yourself in both. Haven't we all lied and rebelled. So does god love or hate us. Aren't we all a bit like the israelites. Who worship him. Then turn away and come back and turn away again. The good news is that christ. Death not only covers the sins of our moments of rebellion. But even the selfish moments behind our so-called good actions sometimes i quote unquote act faithfully. Because i want to feel like a good christian. Not because i love god and his death covers even the broken parts of me. That taint my so-called good deeds because he has covered my sins he can delight in me as his righteous daughter and because he delights in me. I can delight in him. He's where the joy is. You guys are the very best at spreading about tv. Our thanks to you. So many people never would have read through the bible at join us and are loving it. So here's a pro tip for all of us who love to share the joy when you're inviting friends to join us have them start at the start as opposed to jumping in where we currently are. That's the whole point of doing this chronologically so we can follow the whole story line. The plot is important so whether they plan on reading through the entire bible or the new testament encouraged them to start at the beginning of that section. 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Biden Knowingly Lying and Putting Americans at Risk of International Terrorism
"Huge, huge field. Because having been a former federal agent myself when the president says something, it becomes a national priority. At national priority determines the allocation of resource is so if you happen to be an FBI agent in some counterterrorism section, and you air quotes mistakenly believed that we should be investigating Al Qaeda and Isis, Isis, and now you've been told that you should subordinate that investigation. Two investigations of white supremacist you can't seem to find then you're gonna waste a whole lot of time hardship, while Isis and Al Qaeda are laughing all the way to their next terror attack. This isn't some throwaway line to garner a few extra votes. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the President. United States knowingly lying about the level of threat. Listen, are there white supremacist groups like that could be a threat to the United States? Yes. Is that threat Greater than Al Qaeda and Isis having been a federal agent for 12 years on Lee, if you're a Nimbus, ill. There is no chance that those threats are commensurate one another zero. Why is he saying it? Well, because he's a leftist. Then they lie, but even lying left this usually have to manipulate some statistics to get to where they want to go. They always do that.
Netanyahu Foes Push for Quick Vote to End His 12-Year Rule
"Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's opponents have pushed for a quick vote to end his record setting ruled racing to head off what's expected to be a frantic push for the premier and his allies to derail the newly announced coalition the new phase of political warfare began just hours after position either yeah I love pizza and his main coalition partner declared they had reached a deal to link a majority of the Knesset and form a new government the announcement triggered a complex process likely to stretch over the next week giving Netanyahu time to pressure coalition members of the logically aligned with him to quit the group now the question is whether the coalition of sixty one votes would hold together through a vote of hundred twenty member cassettes and who would preside over that vote I'm in Syria Sheckley
"12 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"We're continuing our downward spiral of israel's judges after yesterday's tragedy with gideon son alabama and today we encounter six bad judges the first two barely get a mention. There was tola from the tribe of car who lived among the tribe of ephraim for some reason then there was chair. The gilead gilead is a region in the transjordan. So this is our first to judge from across the jordan river. When you read the term gilead. I just know. That's a reference to israelite from the trans jordan. Not one of their many enemies. Then we see that the people of israel are falling into apostasy again in fact we get seven groupings of other gods that they're beginning to worship. It looks like they'll worship anything. They don't discriminate at all. God grows angry with them and sells them into the hands of two other people groups the philistines and the ammonites they oppress them for eighteen years on the east side of the jordan river and they also fight against them on the west side of the jordan river. Finally israel sees the error of their ways and they repent. But this time. God tells them that things are going to happen differently. He's not just going to raise up a judge to save them like he's done in the past. He tells them to cry out to those other gods for help instead their response to him suggest that maybe they really do get at this time. They agree that they don't deserve saving and they accept his words while still begging him for mercy and help they know. He's their only hope then. They forsake their idols and worship galway array. Then we cut to the unites and the transjordan ready to go to war with israel. The israelites tried to rally sergeant for their armies so they can fight them but instead of asking god for direction they ask each other and they hastily appoint a man named jeff the who bears a lot of resemblance to what we saw from. Malek yesterday for being an outlaw and announced cast japa- is pretty reasonable when he tries to negotiate with the king. The king is angry because he says israel took some land from him at some point chip the explains. That's not what happened. Yes we took this land but from someone else not you because you didn't own it. At the time he conquered it. Which by the way was about three hundred years ago. And besides y'all way is the one who gave it to us anyway. So you can't have it. But the emanate king isn't interested in being reason with an jeff the knows he has a war on his hands. God's spirit travels with jeff the as he passes through the land protecting him. This is interesting because even though he wasn't appointed by god judge over his people. He is the judge over god's people nonetheless and god comes to help him but jeff the makes a really terrible wartime decision. He's probably nervous desperate so he makes a hasty vow to god in an effort to win the war. He promises that if god gives them victory he will sacrifice whatever comes out of his house i when he returns granted he was probably thinking. It would be an animal but there were loads things. Wrong with this vow. Regardless i god has promised israel victory if they keep his laws. That's the way to victory not hasty vows. God has already given him the game plan but gyp the disregards it second when the israelites win. And jeff the comes home and the first thing through the door is his daughter. That's the moment you can cancel the vow and offer a sin offering to god. Instead the vikas five gives the option of revoking avow that would result in sin but it seems like the may not fully know the law. He has called uphold and lead others by third. And then i'll add a caveat to this third point as well. Human sacrifice is strictly forbidden at least four different places in the books of the law including deuteronomy eighteen ten jeff. The hastily makes a grand gesture in vowing to sacrifice anything. But when he says he can't take back his vow he's wrong. This is just another example of why we have to weigh scripture against scripture. What jeff says here is inconsistent with what god has said directly. My caveat to the third point is that many people believe jeff. The didn't actually sacrifice his daughter but that he just consigned her to live as a single woman for the rest of her life. This would have saved him the agony of murdering his daughter but either way there's one consequence that would have stuck with him regardless whether she lives as a single woman or whether she dies his name is out with him because she's his only child and i also wanna take a moment to point out a hard truth that we see in this passage here not everyone who wants to get married ends up getting married regardless whether she died young alone or old and alone. Jeff this daughter laments her lot in life and limit is okay. She even carves out time for it and she does it in community as a single woman. I'm inspired by. Jeff does response when we open chapter twelve. We see that every scout fomo again they're the scrappy. little drive. always looking for a reason to break out their weapons just like in chapter eight yesterday today. They're mad that jeff that didn't call them to fight with him but he says he did call them and they must have just forgotten the check their voicemail. They threatened to burn his house down so he fights them and they get the fight. They're looking for real nice guys. You're on the same team remember. But they don't remember apparently they're hurling insults and trying to trick each other. The men of freedom for example are trying to pose as gilead. I'ts those people who live east of the jordan river but they have different accents than the gilead i'ts and it gives them away. This would be like if i were posing as a canadian and someone from vancouver asked me to say the word about or the word aluminum. My citizenship would be evident right away as a result of all the infighting ephraim loses forty two thousand men this is the first internal battle between the tribes of israel. It's a sign. That things are going downhill quickly. We wrapped up today with a quick shot on the three judges that came immediately after jeff. The ibsen ilan abdin tomorrow we pick up with the worst judge. In the whole book. Samson what was your god shot today mine was just a short little sentence about god and ten. It says he became impatient over the misery of israel. What a tender hearted. God if you ever wonder if god like seeing you suffer or is trying to punish you know that he aches alongside you. You wants what is best for you even more than you do. You certainly felt that way about the israelites. They kept choosing sin and he was doing the tough love thing at the time letting them hit rock bottom but all the while. His heart was aching over their rebellion. He grieves when his kids are in misery. And he draws near. I love how some thirty four eighteen puts it. The lord is near to the broken hearted and saves the crushed in spirit. If you feel like the israelites miserable from your own rebellion or if you feel like jeff does daughter morning your life circumstances. I'm praying today that you will feel the nearness of the lord in your brokenhearted state and that your spirit will somehow feel less crushed as his great salvation. He's with you and he's where the joy is each month. We send out special bonus content to those who are in our patriarch family for the month of april. We have a bonus episode on what to do when you don't want to read the bible we're sending this out to patrons who joined at the bonus content here or higher if that's you just log into your patriotic out to get your perks or if you've selected to have an email to you you can look for it there if you're a part of our patriot at different here and you want access to this perk. All you have to do is log into your account and adjuster membership accordingly your the boss and if you're not part of our patriots family. This is a great time to jump in check out today. Show notes for a link to our patriots. So you don't miss out on this or click the patriot link on our website. 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"12 year" Discussed on The LEADx Show
"Everyone kevin crews here with a very special podcast. In fact this episode we will be cross posting on both delete x leadership show and the extreme productivity podcast. Today my guest. And i will be talking about secrets to productivity which is just another way to say how to make your goals and dreams come true. We're gonna talk about how you can finally write that book. You always wanted to write but just don't have time and if your student middle school high school college how can you even get your homework done in less time. But these productivity secrets are universal. Doesn't matter what your goal is. What your dream is. They're going to help you to actually make it happen in. Twenty twenty one. Now we're going to be chatting about things like your most important task. The magic of fourteen forty maximizing your focused attention and more and who is my special guest on productivity today. I'm lucky to have with me twelve year old. Cnn cnn. welcome to the show. Hi and i should also say. Cnn we invited your mom to hang out with us. Hello heather thanks for joining. Hello so cnn you sent me an email out of the blue right like how many months ago. Two three months ago months ago okay now. I don't get a lot of reader emails. But i might get ten or twenty emails a day and i've been writing about twenty years now so i got to save that the probably hundred thousand emails. I've gotten from readers <hes>. I always read them. I don't always reply to them. I try to reply to a lot but yours really stood out to me. You had a very special email. Which is why. I invited you on the show to to talk about it and i guess for our listeners. I'm hoping that you will actually. I've got a copy here. I'm going to share it on the screen that you'll read this email so they know kind of just how how we met if you will go ahead and read the email that you sent me a couple couple of months ago. My name is john. I'm in eighth grade. Twelve years old enema writer. About a month ago. I was interested in improving my words per hour. I wanted to write a book. But i was procrastinating so much snapchat instagram and taking buzzfeed quizzes seem more appealing. So i began to look for ways to become more productive. Eventually i stumbled upon your podcast. And when i listened to it changed my life your tips about productivity was <hes>. Implemented immediately nine. Oh myung but that doesn't mean. I'm not busy with homework. Music family in sports. I was so busy exhausted. I know time to do anything. Including writing. Which is my mit. Every day i love message about the number fourteen forty so i print out the sign put in my room at the start of november. I took the challenge of twitter. Seemed impossible only a few months ago. I decided to write seventy five thousand words in the month of november. This programs knows nanna raimondo. I'm in the young writers programme. So far i've written forty six thousand two hundred and thirty eight words. This month i can now hit twenty five hundred words in our forbes around nine hundred and i've implemented a morning routine with trees up in our to just write. My homework gets done a lot. Faster much to my mom's relief and my entire day scheduled on google calendar. So thank you for your amazing podcast. Books and tipped on productivity. They've helped me out on my journey to becoming an author wonderful so first of all. Give us an update. How did november go. How many words did you end up writing in november total. I wrote eight thousand seven hundred twenty eight words now. You know that contest you only have to write fifty thousand words so you practically did have lice right pretty much. So with nanaimo you can set any goal you want so if you were looking to aim lower could do ten thousand words or a hundred thousand words. But i set my goal at seventy five thousand seventy five thousand and as a writer and a lot of friends who are writers. I've known of a nanno raimondo. Though i have to pause to say it it's twister but for the listeners. Who aren't familiar with. It tells more about that program. Do you remember what that stands for. Nanno raimondo yeah. It stands for national novel writing month so in that month every day you have to hit a goal of one thousand six hundred sixty seven words. Approximately and it has to be a new novel. You wrote you just started that month and you can have anything from prior amongst for it to count. It's entirely free as well. So that's nice. It's a great program and in fact for people who want to learn more about it <hes>. Nanno ramo dot org. It's actually a nonprofit that gets people toronto. How did you hear about the program. So back in july probably july or august. I was looking for just some writing contests. Because i was kind of interested in writing a book and i kind of stumbled across this in. It looks very interesting. But i noticed that the date for the contest was november and then around october. I guess i had my idea for my nanno novel and then i just signed up for it. Then
"12 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Today. Everybody finds out what happened with gentiles in caesarea yesterday when peter gets back to jerusalem. Trouble is brewing yesterday. Peter mentioned that jews weren't supposed to associate with foreigners. That's one reason why i got to correct his thinking by giving him the vision but the rest of the christ followers back in jerusalem. Didn't see that vision. They don't understand what's going on. A group of them known as the circumcision party are not happy. With the fact that peter one of the main apostles has gone to hang out with a bunch of gentiles. Their primary argument is that any foreigners who commit to following the jewish messiah should have to convert to judaism and adopt the jewish practice of circumcision. As well since that's been the sign as set them. Apart for thousands of years being set apart has been a major part of their culture for thousands of years. And anytime foreigners have decided to follow your way. They've assimilated into judaism. Now that the messiah has come and said that the gospel would go everywhere. They realized that watts of foreigners are probably gonna be converting. They really want to protect their culture. Plus this is also knew they probably have no idea what to do with it and the different opinions causing a lot of division and tension among the believers in these early days of the church. When they're figuring things out it can feel kind of clunky. It reminds me of the israelites in the wilderness. Rush out of four hundred years of slavery trying to figure out how to live as a free people in a civil society and follow a patient god instead of an evil dictator. There's so much to learn. So many adjustments to make but god patiently walks them through all the transitions like the dwelling of the holy spirit and the gospel being preached to all the nations proactively. Which is something. The jews have never really done. They've been very insular. Making converts isn't really their thing even today so especially early on as the church is trying to follow. Jesus command to spread the gospel. It's important to them to get god's seal of approval on any new decisions for it to be obvious evident as they move forward that they're making the right decisions that's why they need to see the activity of the spirit while they need to see obvious. Evidence that god is the one at the helm of anything new. Peter wants to circumcision party to know that god approved of everything he did not because he's being defensive but because he knows they need this kind of verification and they're open to reason you patiently explains everything that happened in order. He tells them that. God the spirit spoke to him and told him to go caesarea to speak to the gentiles. He shares the vision with them. He tells them how the gentiles all believed in how the holy spirit fell on them. All any points them to a teaching of that bore told this very thing. Remember how jesus was always dropping little time capsules of truth along the way things that didn't make sense in the moment but that he knew that need in the future. Then peter says if god is approving of them who am i to deny them and not only does. The circumcision party agree that peter is right but they also glorify god for welcoming in the outsiders. This is incredible. This is an important turning point in the early church. It's where we start to see that more than anything else. The holy spirit is the marker of god's people not circumcision e is the unifier of his people across all racial and cultural divides some of the believers who fled jerusalem in the persecution. Are preaching the gospel but only to the jews. Probably because they haven't been filled in yet on what has happened with peter and the gentiles others preached the gospel to the greek speaking jews known as the hellenise. So they're ranching up a little bit and as we know some of the helena already believers. They're the ones widows. Were being ignored in acts six. When these other helen us or converted they start a church in their city. Antioch which is in modern day syria barnabus gets word of it and goes to make sure everything is running smoothly and he even brings saul with him and they stay there for a year teaching them and building them up and for the first time in scripture believers in jesus are called christians. This word is actually only used three times in scripture including here the church antioch is thriving and they're even sending money back to jerusalem to help care for the christians there during a famine. Then we run into king herod again but for the first time. Same name different king. Here's a quick refresher herod. The great was king when jesus was born. He's the one who had all the babies murdered in matthew. Herod onto was king when jesus was crucified. And he's also the one who beheaded jtb and now his nephew. Herod agrippa is on the throne. You don't need to remember any of that. There will not be a quiz. But if you want to read more on the harrods. There's an article in the show notes. Herod agrippa is a major persecutor of christians in jerusalem. He gets violent with a lot of them and he murders one of the apostles in jesus inner circle james as in peter james and john. The local jews are thrilled about this and herod wants to make them love him even more. So he arrests peter. During passover is bills all-too-familiar. The church starts praying fervently for peter. He's locked up with two chains between two soldiers being watched by two guards. Guess they didn't know with peter. You need threes at some point during the night and angel wakes him up by punching him in the side. I'm not kidding. The word here means a forceful blow punched by angel wednesdays at eight seven central the angel tells him to get up in his chains fall off and they walk straight out of the iron door as it opens right in front of them at burst. Peter thinks he just took too many ambien but when he realizes the whole thing is real he goes to mary's house. Not jesus mom but the mom of a guy named john mark is believed to be the author of the gospel of mark by the way the disciples are all inside behind locked doors. A girl named rhoda. Here's him knock. But she's so overjoyed and shocked that she leaves him outside in the cold. This is kind of funny but also super dangerous. He's an escaped prisoner and is one of the leaders of the people being persecuted and here. He is standing in the street in the middle of the night when he gets inside. He whispers that happened. He tells them to fill all the other disciples in including james the brother of jesus not james who was just martyred the next day when the guards wake up. And there's no peter they know they're in trouble. Herod orders them killed then herod goes to meet with some rulers from tyre and sidon neighboring cities to the north he's upset with them so they're flattering him praising him as god immediately an angel of the lord strikes him dead because he received the glory that belongs to god alone after his death. The early church continues to thrive and grow and saul and barnabus head back to any jerusalem. But this time. John mark goes with them. What was your gods dot today. Mine was a phrase so small. I almost missed it and eleven eighteen. Right after peter recounts the story of the gentiles conversion to the people in the circumcision party. It says they glorify god saying than to the gentiles. God has granted repentance. That leads to life. The greek word for granted means given god has given repentance to the gentiles and think of repentance as something that we offer to god but this i says it's something that he gives to us. E is one who initiates our repentance repentance is a gift from him. What an incredible gift to be given is to see and ears to hear and a heart to know the truth and to surrender to it. I'm so grateful. He has granted me repentance. Ease wear the joy is tomorrow. We'll be starting the second half of ac. So we're linking to a short video overview in the show notes videos eight minutes long so check it out if you have some time to spare out with the new in with the old testament that is when we finish up the new testament in just forty one days with law for you to join us again for the first time when we re launched with genesis one on january one. The aren't taking the old episodes down the will be reloading the episodes starting with day one. So they'll come to you brand new in your pod catcher everyday spread the word rabson friends stay connected will also have some brand new features available to you next year. That will be telling you about soon. 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"12 year" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Yesterday we left off with Ezekiel in the midst of a vision, of Jerusalem, where he saw all the evil done by the elders and the people today that vision continues with God calling for their deaths God summons, the executioners who are certainly angels and has them come to the temple. The text describes them as men as we've already discussed angels always appear as men. There are seven of these men and six of them serve the purpose of slaughter while the other one has a different role. He's dressed in linen and he's got his tool belt on but his tools are a writing kit, which in that day would have included an ink jar, a pen, and the case itself which served as a hard surface to ride on. His job is to go around Jerusalem marking the people who were grieved over the evil there because those are the ones God says he's going to spare. By the way, the word mark ear is the Hebrew Word Tov. If the last letter of the Jewish alphabet and in this time period of Hebrew writing, it would've looked like either a cross or an ex will link to a resource in the show notes. In case you want to see how the letter has changed over the years. This scene may have reminded you of the Passover where those whose doorways remarked with blood, which also would have been in the shape of a cross were saved while the rest encountered the death of the firstborn or maybe it reminded you of the mark of the beast from the book of revelation except the opposite. Obviously. But this also parallels something else will see in revelation where the righteous will be marked as well with the Seal of God on their foreheads. God tells them that when all the slaughter is complete, they should stack the bodies of the dead inside the temple. Obviously this against the cleanliness laws, dead bodies are unclean. But it fits right in line with what God has said he's going to do which is leave the temple. In the meantime Ezekiel is distraught because he knows how wicked the people are, and he seems to be nervous that God will end up killing them all because of it that there won't be any people marked for saving and Israel will be wiped out forever. But God's has the people have sinned against him long enough and the days of mercy have passed and it's time for judgment starting with the leaders of Jerusalem not to worry though the man linen does his job completely saving everyone God commanded him to save and I want to point out one thing here there's nothing in the text that indicates that this linen man is at the often where God the Sun shows up on earth like we've seen before. But if you wondered about that, you're not alone this man's certainly is a Christ figure though even he's not the Christ. In chapter ten Ezekiel Has a vision that he compares to his earlier vision in chapter one where he sees the four faced four winged creatures attached to gyroscope like wheels. This time he clarifies that they're definitely Cherub them, which is a type of heavenly being that is often seen guarding holy places and that's exactly what they're doing here. They are carrying the throne that God's presence will dwell on when he leaves the temple, his chair Bam chariot is waiting outside the temple as he's ready to go. But I got has the linen man sinned holy fire in judgment on the city itself. After this God's presence depart from the temple rests on the of chariot and heads East God has left the building but God hasn't left his people because those worshipping idols aren't his people they aren't among the remnant. Then God's Spirit Moves Ezekiel to another part of the city in this vision and he prophesized twenty five men including leaders of the city. These men have been acting like they're going to be killed in the city cooked like meet in a pot possibly because of the fires, the linen man caused with his Co. throwing but God says, Nope, I'm not going to kill you here I'm GonNa kill you outside of Jerusalem where all your fears and more are going to come true. By. The Way I don't just know what you do. I know what you think. I can read your mind and maybe you think you're cooked meat now but you're about to go out of the frying pan and into the fire. Ezekiel, even specifically prophesized in chapters eleven twelve about how they'll leave the city and what will happen to them afterward, and it all happens by the book in Second Kings Twenty five four, we read about that on day to thirty one but this prophecy about Ezekiel was written before it actually happened I just wanted to clarify that point because again when we're trying to read the prophetic books as a whole many of them overlap timelines and it makes it challenging to keep the chronological order. So while Ezekiel is delivering this prophecy, one of the men falls over dead. Then in the back half of Chapter Eleven, God sets the record straight on something. He says, in case there's any confusion. The temple isn't actually there sanctuary he is their sanctuary. He says it in Verse Sixteen and God the Sanctuary goes anywhere he wants he's not confined to a specific spot. As we've talked about before the people of that day. Believe you change God's as soon as you cross the border, they thought y'all way was confined to Israel and that once they left it, they wouldn't be able to worship him anymore and he wouldn't have any power anymore. Of course this is crazy inconsistent with what he's shown them to the years. One of the major things he did for them early on his relationship with them was rescued him out of Egypt through a series of signs miracles that put the Egyptian gods to shame and he was with them in the wilderness outside the promised land. But just like most if not all of us, they are default mindset is their cultural mindset, not their spiritual mindset and it's hard for them to adjust. So God keeps reminding them. Chapter Eleven ends with the promise of a new Hartberg God's people. Then in chapter twelve, we get more street theater just reminder Ezekiel is exile during the first round of deportations. So he's either doing this performance in front of the other exiles or he's transported to Jerusalem to do there in front of the future exiles regardless, which set of exiles it's in front of their response is nonchalant when they're unmoved by this God has Ezekiel, adds emotion to it to show them the kind of fear and trembling the future exiles will be going through, but they seem to be calloused by years of false prophecies and even as unfulfilled true prophecies. So God lets them know that this is going to happen soon. My God shot was just a little blip and ten nineteen or the glory. The Lord is leaving the temple with the chair of them. This wrecked me. I choked up every time I tried to write the section. The verse says that God and the chair album stood at the entrance of the East Gate of the House of the Lord. The word stood in this passage implies that God lingered there at the threshold before leaving through the eastern gate. It's almost like that final lookback feeling the grief over what's been lost the pain over the way his people have broken his heart, the loss of the land he promised them and the blessings he gave them. But all is not lost. Because then the presence of God heads. East. Toward Babylon. God follows his people into the land of their exile pursuing them still. Even in exile. These are sanctuary. Even in exile. He's where the joyous. One of the things we see in scripture from Genesis to revelation is the theme of idolatry and how it distracts our heart from engaging with. God, at a deeper level, idolatry doesn't just refer to Statues Ezekiel Fourteen tells us we can take into our hearts. So we built out a PDF with more INFO on how to identify idolatry in your own heart and would love to share that with you. If you want to get this pdf or free. 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"12 year" Discussed on Fore Play
"I watched it last night. It's so good to behind the scenes stuff but one of the questions after Scott Van Pelt was talking to I don't even know I'm forgetting anyway. You're talking to someone. And he was saying Oh Charles Barkley. I don't know how I forgot talking to Charles Barkley. And he was saying like we all just watch the Jordan documentary You know is there a party that that that like? How do you feel playing with the guy at at that level of Michael Jordan? You know like he's the best and we can translate to a tiger woods. You grew up in a time. Where at your professional peak in your professional career. You had to go up against a guy named tiger woods. Who's a mythical creature? Who's the best of all time arguably like when he asked marketed that You know he gave his answer saying like you know I I. I was happy to play against the best in. You know it is what it is. You grew up in these areas and you play. You can play against anyone at anytime but I wonder what your thoughts are on that you know like when you got to your point of your career you have a guy named tiger woods on the ended up eating him to designate which not many people can say. But how do you feel about you know playing at the same time as guy that is just taking the sport by storm? Yeah it It was an incredible experience. Because you're right he was like some kind of mythical creature was just able to do stuff that none of us could even understand and you know you think back to not just myself. I mean players that were better than me. I mean you look at the. Bj sings and they only else guys like that that you know he was dominating them as well and the it was it was it was. It was really weird as a competitor. Because all of us have this `Iran us that bright and you WanNa win and you WanNa prove something to somebody WanNa prove something to yourself Proved that you've got one takes but at that time. I think pretty much everybody knew that even if they brought the best you more than likely not going to beat him and As an athlete is it you know it can tweak your mind a little bit I'll never forget you know. Beckon day we used to play. Durell and Myself and Adam Scott had been great buddies over the years and you know Durell everybody stays on side and so we working on working out in the gym together and you could see everybody practicing and dinners at night and what have you and so one of the days with teeing off late and we're in the players lounge getting some lunch before we go out at Amon. I was sitting at the table. We eating and target comes in any dishes up this huge plate of food right you Scott Pasta and meat and it's just. It's like a massive amount of food and he's like hey guys can join you. Yeah any you know. He polishes this played. Food gets up goes and gets another plate as big east that and he gets up these guys play. Well I'll see you guys later. And he gets up walks up and Adam looks at many psych. How's this guy he? He's not just intimidating on the Gulf coast and in the gym. Now each more than us as well. I mean we can't even keep up with his lunch through Ob- you know he did he did. Some stuff is just mind boggling. But you know like you said earlier there was so much tension on it and so much mystique around that you know even little things like that would just be like this guy's not even human it's unbelievable so further leftist competitors like talking about him at the lunch over. Thank you believe this guy. Fucking eight more than what is going on. I almost wish longer than us is crazy. It's so perhaps Nicholas Barclay remember one year. Sorry sorry I remember when we were we. Were this is gonNA be like over. Four or five and Nike we have to do some commercial. Shoot out in Vegas and so it was like uncalled footage of set everything up and that heavy to hit a shot out of a bunker what have you. They were showcasing. The I ends in the bowl and all that kind of thing and so the one morning they go out there and they want tiger to hit the Stinger because now he's made this thing a famous right and so cameras sits out there. You know about a hundred yards down. Probably eight feet or so the ground and the producer like somewhat knows. Golf doesn't really know Gulf. He's like tells target. Yeah just hit it like as close to the cameras you can write and he buys this thing straight into the Lens. Expensive equipment is like you told me ended his clothes. I could come on man. I'm Outta here. I caught city. Wolves believable twelve-year-old. That's how I thought about him. Because rank you. I thought you were GonNa say Charles said that. He thought he was the Charles Barkley when he said that he said that he was the best player in the world. At least he thought he was. He wanted to be here. I know and then I not. Nba Championship. He was like I went best on best with tiger and I played my best game. I still beat him and trevor. When you were saying that just mentally changes you because like I mean athletes at your level. I feel like they're almost blind to the competition. Or like a thoroughbred were. They think if I play my best nobody else can beat me and when things like that happen. I think many sweet changes you but I will say the South Africans between you and Charles found a way to ha- top tiger the masters a couple of times so some down there that makes sense between you and trey happen doesn't happen often. Shucks I probably only beat the guy even though I was in the top twenty and got pretty close to the top ten in the world. One Point and had a nice stretch for four or five years Probably only beat the guy like a handful of times in my whole career. And that's how good he was Full for that period of time Drearily is incredible but everything that came along with it. I remember At six in the West in Oakland when I got my first shot to win over here and he was playing in the group in front and We sort of mounting some kind of challenge on the back nine on Sunday in the crowd. Let you know you know the crowd shouting. Like hey man. Don't show tigers coming you know. Be CAREFUL DIABETES. Birdied the loss. You like Oh yeah I mean you know. I just have to worry about him. I got these guys shouting at me as well so There the the excitement that he brings to an event. is unparalleled. I mean just just think back to what happened at Augusta lost year scenes on that Sunday and then when he finishes their respected that the Patriots are giving him. It's You know I've sick to my kids for the longest time. I've said listen as long as tiger woods is alive. You will send him a Christmas because everything you have is. Thanks to this guy. I mean what he did for our sport and the platform that he gave the rest of us to compete on. is the summing up pretty thankful how many Christmas cards getting everyone. Everyone better be sending. We should start sending out this Christmas game going. Passively beat you took him down to the masters so it's impressive. It's it's really cool hearing you talk about it just here really talking about the masters in what all admits in the stories for Tiger so So yeah this has been a ton of fun and we'll get to see obviously a lot of you on broadcasts The captaincy coming up for the President's Cup twenty twenty one so trevor. This was This is a blast. We got a lot of fun man. Thanks guys I I love listening to you to keep up the good work. And you've got to all right. Thank you very chat with it. Yep Yep there's lots of uncertainty in the world. Feeling safe at home has never been more important. It's why I want to talk to you about simplisafe home security. 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"12 year" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Didn't happen couldn't make it happen. Didn't happen until he became president. In fact so yeah. There's a big slave market in D. C. In slavery still exists there even when the civil war breaks out. It's you know Kentucky. Is this border state. That never officially goes really one way or the other. And that's part of the awkwardness. Abraham Lincoln has the civil war when he gets to the emancipation proclamation. He's trying to keep his border states from joining the essay. Which is what's going to happen if he comes down to harshly on slavery. He's trying to keep the Democrats happy who don't want enslave religious. Want PRESERVE THE UNION. But then he's also got abolition saying okay. We're already going to war over Sherwood says state's rights but really slavery is these state right. There were fighting over here. Let's end slavery. All those tensions are boiling at the same time. It really helps paint another aspect of the picture of why Solomon's kidnappers would have gone that extra step to provide him the paper's going to Washington. Dc just as that extra layer of helping him feel safe and why those papers were unnecessary part of that. There's a little bit more about Solomon there at the very end talking about after he wrote his book which published in Eighteen fifty three to tell his story. Then it says that he lectured on slavery and even helped free some slaves in the underground railroad and then we find out at the very end. That's the date location. And circumstances of Solomon's death are unknown. That True Ya. He just kind of disappears from history. We look at him now and think. Wow An amazing American yet. What a hero as I said earlier in this very interview right. I mean I will never forget. The first time I read father's a slave I was moved to tears multiple times It really opened my eyes to this earlier on my my education. I didn't know nearly as much about the American slave system for the civil war Went when I read it. But it's not like Americans at the time saw this great hero in fact northerners. This is really fascinating at the end of his autobiography. He actually says you know some people in the north. They don't believe my story. They think this is insane. There's no way that Americans are this cruel to their fellow Americans who are enslaved. Which not that. They would think of it that way. Right more more likely they would just think of it as their slaves as a lesser class so northern can't even wrap their heads often even those who aren't abolitionist. They might not even be anti-slavery me they just don't care one way or the other but part of why they don't care. They just cannot fathom that the cruelty is described in. His autobiography are real. And people do this. These are contemporaries. They don't believe him and a solvent even says you know if anything I might have downplayed some of the cruelty that exists within the slave system. Partly because I realized people can't quite wrap their heads around it so he's not the hero that we see today at the time and he is able to disappear from the pages of history in a weird way. This is no knock on uncle. Tom's cabin but Harriet Beecher stowe her book comes out. I believe just after its time as Solomon's book and is Popular and well read as Solomon's book. Is You know. His actual autobiography her book. Which is kind of a fiction. I mean it's a composite a fictional story but it's based on the experiences of a number of slaves stitch together a towed into one succinct flowing narrative. But Harry it's book eclipses Solomon's so he kinda drops out of the picture that's part of how he ended up getting buried and partly thanks to the film. we've certainly talked about some of the weaknesses of the film in again. I'll save Mr. Ford is the one who drew the short Straw. But God bless the filmmakers for getting Salman story in front of Americans to you know to even think through these things and in grappling with challenges it to the screen. Yeah well thank you so much for your time to chat about twelve years a slave my pleasure at leads right into your podcast where I know you told Solomon Story and I. I love when I was listening to podcasts. I love that. It's a very different historical. Podcast is not just historical facts but you do a great job of telling the stories of history can share a little bit of information about your podcast and where someone listening can subscribe absolutely so history that doesn't suck and of course it's all the usual places that you'll find podcast. It and spotify and all that jazz website is history that doesn't suck dot com and we're on instagram twitter facebook on the works basically. I feel strongly that as great as we are doing. Today is professional historians at telling accurate history. I think we've sometimes let the stories actually slip out L. But we forget that. That's what draws people in that we are a species that love story so while. I keep the rigor the researches it's like I'm writing a research paper but I make sure that I rap all the the things that you might not find his fun to memorize like tax policy during the revolution. I wrap it up with the personal narrative like Patrick Henry Net situation get himself into hot water over the Stamp Act so you can get invested in Patrick and you know you accidentally pick up. The facts on the stamp acted at sitting firm. Yeah EXACTLY LEARN ABOUT TAXES. Get exactly exactly so thank you. It's it's been fun to do. It's been great to see growing. And this is my passion. You'll making making history fine accessible but keeping rigorous all at once at least. That's what I aim for. Thanks again so much for your time..
"12 year" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"But he often meet some notes about how this system it pulls everyone down You know this is. This is not to say that Mr Ford's being pulled down as equate to slavery. Of course not but that you know this. This system like the poverty cycle today or violence domestic violence. That's the way that it. Cyclically continued the ills of of this specific system of slavery. One thing as you're reading that that really struck me as interesting based on what you were talking about before is it. Sounds like Solomon was so not familiar with the intricacies of that system before he was kidnapped. But then just how much this experience I mean. It's in the title of the movie. You know twelve years. He learned so much about that and the way he was able to put the readers or viewers of of the movie telling his story into his own shoes. That's very telling of the type of person that he was. Yeah now he is generally one of my heroes yeah. I think it's a shame that we haven't made a bigger point of telling his story. Traditionally you know in it among the heroes in legends of of the United States. And I'm sure that's born partly out of wouldn't acknowledge such a an incredible human being who was a slave. You're also bringing up the shame. That's felt of slavery. Yeah you can't have one without the other right by. I just think Solomon should absolutely be loud and celebrated. I'll also add that when we get to scenes with With tibbets it's Mr Ford who who saves Solomon's live always goes to bat for him. He stands up for him unlike. Say Frederick Douglass is experience where the more levelheaded masters in his life. Have no problem saying well. Yeah it's really too bad that the skies being really violent towards you but all lose money so you need to go back to work. Mr Ford is always ready to stand up for him. He tells Mr Tibbets that he does not sell Psalm and get him out of his ownership. Which that's kind of gloss over in the movie but Tibbets has purchased Solomon from Mr Ford by on a mortgaging basis. So that's where Mr Ford still has a vested interest in him. And he's able to protect him but MR foretells tip it's at one point. After some of their fights you are going to either rent him out where you will sell annual somehow get him out of your life or I will make sure he's out of your life. You're not going to kill this man. You're not going to keep beating on him. This is not not acceptable. He also is never told. This happens in the movie. Solomon Tells Mr Ford that he's actually Freeman and the way that than it had. Cumberbatch does He's phenomenal actor does a great job with the role. But you know a Mr for tennis links back from this like oh. I can't hear these things sort of you know. Don't don't make my world morally complicated. Ford was never informed of this so that was just a fabrication flat out so again the essence of the film capturing the depravities of slavery great perhaps in that process though Mr definitely did not get a fair shake. I want to touch on that one character that you talked about tibbets because there's a moment in the movie where. Tibbets actually hangs Solomon in retaliation for Solomon standing up to him. And then we see Mr Ford step in or actually I think it's Mr Ford overseer first step in now believe Chaplin Yeah. He's he steps in but then he stops the hanging but then he just leaves Solomon to hang there while he goes to get Mr Ford. We don't really see exactly how much time passes. But you get the sense that it was daytime and then it starts to get hymie dusk by the time Mr Ford gets there. He comes cuts down. The Rope Saves Solomon but then he tells Salomon tibbets is going to. He's going to keep coming. He's not going to stop. So what Mr Ford ends up doing. In the movie is an attempt to save salmon's life. He sells salomon to another plantation. And that is where we I see Michael Fast benders character Edwin APPs so I have to ask did. Solomon nearly die by hanging. What can I assume was hours in the movie shows and then it was at the reason why Solomon was sold from Mr Ford to Mr APPs. So first off. He is laughed hanging out. What isn't readily apparent in the book? And so I'm I'm inclined to think that this is probably a little bit of liberty and the depiction. I do not recall him being tiptoed. Don't get me wrong. Terrible way. Spend a day right and and he mentions mentions that that doesn't do justice. Solomon is absolutely being tortured. In this moment it's awful. He's left height of all day. Long is Ford who comes and cuts down. He doesn't even know himself why he was left in that position. He speculates that the overseer he he says he's not sure why. Chapin left him up which is guy just lacking in moral courage. That's one of the things a Salman speculates on a just a coward. Not Willing to undo tibbets had done in other thought that Salman entertains is that perhaps Chapin wanted to ensure that Ford saw just what Tibbets had done to to Solomon Though for Solomon makes pretty clear I really would rather have been cut down than been left in this position for an entire day suffering but that did happen and outfight again. This is another truncated thing. It really synthesized a number of conflicts that there are at least two conflicts took place over the course of a month. One of which solvent really just wants on haunted. He wins the fight. It's just cheered for misery. Does autobiography right and he doesn't want to do this. But you know at some point this human being right. He's got a defend himself he can't you can't just let. Tippett's literally kill him. Which is what he feared would happen. So he finally fought back choked tibbets until he he passed out and then Solomon ran for the swamp fearing for his life and was greatly relieved when from a distance he saw Tippett's regained consciousness in walked to the house because at least then he knew he wasn't going to be charged with having killed a white man. So you know things kind of die down after that and then we have another fight is these things are going on when Mr Ford. A to get to the second part of your question with Mr Ford Continuing to protect Solomon says Tippett's. It's clear that you hate him. I'm not GonNa let you kill this man. I'm not GonNa let you harm this man. It you have got to divest herself of you're young. You're economic stake. Where he like. We do with houses today. We had a mortgage on Solomon. So yes he gets sold because typically is going to kill him if he doesn't sell empathy inaccurate thing. Perhaps as I as I recall in the film I don't think it really got into the nitty gritty of this shared interest. Where tibbets is the owner. You know buying by just just like someone with a house to return my mortgage example right like it's shirts your house. You call it your your house but really the bank owns it and if you fail to make payments as the house will get repossessed right. So that's the the financial relationship here so tibbets APP per the instructions of Mr Ford sells off Solomon to APPs and since APPs as as I recall at least Did Not need to have a mortgage the purchases full and complete and at this point. Mr Ford is no longer in the picture. Okay so just to feed that back. Make sure I understand that example there would was Mr Tibbets the bank in that example. Or was he the before the bank and not example. Okay so he would have essentially held the mortgage than tibbets. She'll be paying on. Yeah so tibbets Activities would be like the middle class person looking to buy a house and I think that's a pretty fair comparison. Most slave owners only owned a a very few slaves. Would you picture this to go? Super Stereotypical right like this gone with the wind. Massive plantations sort of thing. That's a very small minority of the population in the south under the economic system. We have a terrible spread of wealth. It's highly concentrated in a very small upper class and then you get to planters who own. The vast majority of slave owners have less than twenty slaves. And of course you get to to poor whites who ono sleighs. By the time we get to the civil war as things continue to spread in terms of the inequality continued to spread. You have a very small minority of really massive plantations compared to those who own just a handful so Tippett's would be more like a an upcoming type. Who's trying to acquire slices trying to build up a big plantation okay? That's a good explanation because I don't feel the movie really explained that side of it very much. It whisked over a lot of that. These two people are fighting against each other. And then all of a sudden Mr out of the picture which you know to be fair it hits a Hollywood film and they're trying to entertain people's much. Tell a story right I. Most people are interested in taking a forty minute aside to explain the intricacies of the southern economy for triple war. So I mean either loved it but yeah it goes back to the Historian. Side exactly Speaking of Mr Apps the first that we see Edwin APPS. That's Michael fasteners character. He's reading to the slave from the Christian Bible which I find very ironic now as EPPs explains it. The Bible is saying that if the slaves don't obey their master then they'll be beaten with a great many lashes. Needless off forty hundred hundred fifty lashes. The movie doesn't really say what scripture it is but I jotted down and looked it up. It's Luke chapter twelve verse forty seven and it really is part of the Bible that he's reading from the quote that he's using in the movie comes from something that Jesus himself was saying as he's talking to his disciples so I'm curious scripture used as a part of the excuse for slavery by people like APPs who at least in the movie they claim to be a godly man. Despite doing these horrible horrible things one hundred percent yes in fact that specific verse Sullivan Does Mention. It in his autobiography now. I don't believe APPS was the one reading from it when he cited it when Solomon cited it but the fact that Solomon would point to it. It just tells me that he probably heard it. Far More than on one occasion is twelve years living life and slaved..
"12 year" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"And yet he. He's with a large group of people at one point. He's asked by someone involved in in their movement. I can't recall his exact name. But he's asked where he's from he says New York and shock registers on this man's face who clearly doesn't know that. Solomon has been illegally kidnapped. The insolvent gets the look from one of his His captors James Birch. And he he can read. It saw very intelligent man. He could tell. Oh I need to dial this back real quick on getting me in trouble so he starts making sound like he's just traveled to New York and after that Burr says you ever say you're from New York again. I'm going to kill you. Oh well when. I was watching the movie. The impression that I got was when Solomon is on the boat that his situation was not with that that everybody on the boat was kidnapped and trafficked essentially from northern states and sold into slavery in the south but it sounds like if that person was surprised that he was from New York that that wasn't necessarily the case for everybody not for everyone that was inexpensive everybody being transported with Solomon but Solomons experience was certainly not a complete ab morality. There were others like him who were kidnapped and he had heard stories of this. Y'All almost the impression I get. Is I read his autobiography? He mentions as he's waking up in the cell starting to think wait. Have I been kidnapped? Am I being taken into slavery? And it's clear that he heard these stories but it was almost like this but that will never happen to me sort of sort of like you know when people get lazy about wearing a seatbelt. Just think he gal while I mean like I'm GonNa get in an accident right and then you know these things happen. So similarly. Solomon he's not alone. Frederick Douglass who wrote three autobiographies over the course of his life. He doesn't give any details. He doesn't as I recall specific person but he mentioned that this practice existed and we have no even knowing how many free black northerners were kidnapped and taken to the south as slaves. But it definitely happened. The first person after Salomon is sold in the movie. He sold to benedict. Cumberbatch is character. Someone named Mr Ford and we see him. Purchase Solomon and a mother named Elisa for a total of seventeen hundred dollars. It was a thousand for Solomon and seven hundred four Liza. And this it's just it's a gut wrenching scene. The woman is torn. She has two children and she just crying over the loss of her children that they won't include them. You're right so they have to separate them. Oh in fact mentioned that Solomon is forced to go by the name Platt in order to try to cover up that he was in fact a freeman the overall sense that I got from Benedict cumberbatch. His Character Mr Ford in the movie was that he wasn't really as mean as some of the others around He even tries to purchase the children so that they can stay together and with with Elisa but then we kind of get this idea that there was a scene where Solomon's talking with Elisa and and his account Mr Fordis- is treating US differently now but then Elisa has to remind Solomon that he might be a little bit better but he still bought us. We're still slaves and we should not be slaves so it's kind of a a a two part question here. But first we're Mr Ford and Eliza based on real people and then was there a time when Solomon started to feel almost appreciative for Mr Ford before. Elisa gave him a reality check. Sure let's Let's go ahead and take that question. It's two parts so first off. Yes Ford and Eliza these were very real people and again into large essence of the film a lot of things do stick with the timeline and things transpired to touch on that gut wrenching scene. I mean I cried the first time I saw that. I'm sure a lot of people do it. Actually they do this throughout the movie again. I'm sure it's something that many filmaker feels press to doing. They truncated what happened into one. Seen what was really dragged out in reality when they're being sold in word in Louisiana at this point when they're being sold Randall. Who is older son? He's already gone. He'd been sold that morning and I mean it's it's hard to read Dan as he's being sold away from his mother that morning to planter from I believe a baton rouge he turns to mom and assures her that he will be a good boy and a Tanaka. Cry In. It's GonNa be okay and with that he disappears from her life and a Solomon says. You Know I. I've no idea what happened to them. That's it there's no communication it's never see him again gone. Yeah wow so then we get to the afternoon and now Mr for chose up so hurt. You Know Elisa Son was not even a factor in this and then Mr Ford. He tries to keep them together. He offers to buy the daughter. Although Solomon writes that Mr Ford stated I have zero purpose in in buying the daughter she? I don't have any role she can serve. You know economically but I don't want to separate a mother and daughter. I am happy to pay you. Fair market value essentially. I know these are very uncomfortable. Terms as we're discussing human beings for us in the twentieth century but these are the realities and so he. He really tries to buy the daughter. I think the film skips a little bit on this. It doesn't quite play. It plays down if anything the extent to which Mr Ford really tried to keep this family together and Mr Freeman the very ironically-named slave dealer here. Mr Freeman makes it very clear that he has no interest in selling in fact If I can just go ahead and quote psalm in once more he says Mr. The man who Mr Four. He has an introduced his name yet. In the autobiography but man remarked he was not need of one so young that it would be of no prophet to him but since the mother was so fond of her rather than see them separate he would pay reasonable price but to this humane proposal. Freeman was entirely deaf. He would not sell her then or on any account. Whatever and the reason for this. Dan is one of the truly. I mean slaves low but there are there are even lower lows within that system. Then you know some other things. She's going to be basically forced to be a prostitute if we're to keep reading Saul and goes on to explain how Mr Freeman notes. How beautiful the girl is. And that's why he has interest in selling her. He's not going to sell her for years. That this little girl will grow up to be very attractive and there was a term for this in the enslavement system. These these women these girls often they were known as fancy girls. I mean basically. There's just no to his about it. Freeman was keeping her to her as a sex slave at some point. Wow just when he thought it couldn't get worse. Yeah and so you. Mr Ford does purchase Eliza basically I'm not trying to making is sorts of Excuses trying to bring us into this reality. The greedy ugly reality of this this economic system. I if he doesn't by ELISA IT'S NOT GONNA help keep that family together. You was going to be sold that day regardless of anything Mr Ford did and that and her daughter was going to be caps regardless of anything. Mr Ford could do so it. It's really ugly. All right so the are real people now to the second part of your question terms of Solomon feeling some sort of appreciation this is the most inaccurate part of the entire film is the way that Mr Ford is depicted e was far more appreciated by Solomon than the film shows. And if I can take one quick note here this is part of why. I love Salman's autobiography. Not because that we want to say there is some super kind slave owners in that sort of a terrible excuse sort of way that you sometimes hear from people you know that. Oh slavery wasn't bad. No slavery was awful. It was hideous but he is. I'm just so impressed with him as a human being I I don't. I don't know that I could be sold into slavery. And then make such such a objective. I guess assessments of people within the system of maintaining some sort balance. I guess you know I I just and of course you know. We're we're speaking to twenty percents or so removed from it. It just baffles me. That Salman is such a good human being even be capable of this. In in my opinion it sounds like the appreciation that we saw on screen was just a a small tidbit of what Salman really did feel towards Mr Ford. Even not a like you said not to make it. Lessen the fact that he still you know was a slave owner and I couldn't imagine any of that situation but I also think you're saying I couldn't imagine being in that situation and making those sorts of observations. I mean really. I can't do justice to Solomon's words if you don't mind I'll actually read a solid paragraph here where he describing his feelings towards Mr Four. Am I edition? This is pages. Forty seven hundred forty eight so to quote Solomon. Our Master's name was William Ford emeny northern minds perhaps the idea the man holding his brother. Mannion servitude and the traffic in human flesh may seem altogether incompatible with their conceptions of moral religious life from descriptions of such men as Birch and Freeman and others here and mentioned they are led to despise and execute the whole class of slaveholders indiscriminately but I was sometimes his slave and had an opportunity of learning well his character and disposition and it is but simple justice to him. When I say in my opinion there never was a more kind noble candid Christian Man Than William Ford the influences and associations that had always surrounded him blinded him to the inherent wrong at the bottom of the system of slavery. He never doubted the moral. Right of one man holding another in subjection looking through the same medium with his father's before him he saw things in the same light rod up under other circumstances and other influences. His notions would undoubtedly have been different. Nevertheless he was a model master walking uprightly. According to the light of his understanding and fortunate was the slave who came into his possession were all men such as he slavery would be deprived of more than half its bitterness. So yeah you know. It's the sort of thing that you could see. Someone who falsely wants to excuse slavery Quoting out of context. But it's that's what Solomon Really Thought and felt and it's all again to where I'm so impressed with him his ability to really have three dimensional characters to to see the the beauty even within an ugly system. I also think it's worth noting that Frederick Douglass again in his autobiographies he doesn't have anyone in his life that he felt quite as fondly towards as Solomon.
"12 year" Discussed on W-Key Podcast
"Just come out and give me the buggies piece of crap. You know life take time this game could be awesome so get this thing this thing. Nail down a resident evil three. That's a remake as well. That's coming out. In April to to my knowledge there's been no delays on that as ow so either still shooting for an April release date dying light to probably not a super well-known game game dying light. One was fun. We we played it. We got it for Black Friday. It's an interesting it's as Ambi- you know his on the game and it's very interesting like you know you got during the day Azzam don't move you can go do whatever you want this design actual like day night cycle built into the game You can find things you can build different weapons on based on what you find in the environment and stuff like that. So there's a lot of cool mechanics and it was A. It was a lot of fun to play. I don't know what the initial release date was slated for this us but this has also been delayed as well and they haven't given a An expected date with delays. So all he said was has been delayed schick again. We're trying to trying to give you the best product possible Blah Blah Blah so. I think it's interesting. So so those are some games. Look out for so. That's cool I and and you know as we get closer. These games will probably have or more more talks more episodes based on the majority of the episode based on those games. But but I look at this list and I see all the delays and I one thing that comes to mind right off. The Bat is has the gaming industry finally gotten message. Judge that message being we as gamers are sick and tired. A Games being released that are barely above Beta eight. A status like anthem is a perfect example anthem. Maybe is the yeah like a office thing exactly like have they finally gotten gotten the message that we are sick of spending sixty dollars for basic and then obviously in a lot of these games. Have you know collector's editions. Bow and a lot of people. Buy that stuff you you know. Sixty to one hundred one hundred fifty dollars for a game to get an unfinished piece of shit like have they finally heard what we've had to tell them and these delays or driven by the fact that they're looking at Shit if we released this it's going to be half done and we're GONNA get their fucking ass chewed like I think so. I think there's there's they're hearing the outcry all right. Let's let's get this thing right. Let's release it not have just not release it and then we'll fix from there. Just give it time. Give us the finished product. People will wait. It'll be I mean people complain about the wait for it but once they get hands on it if it's Polish imperfect than all the complaint will stop stop where exactly now it gets released and sure they have in their hands but it's not perfect Polish so then the shit storm planes continues on and on and on and on and on and on and on on so if you finish it perfect then then all playing will stop. Yeah exactly I mean you look. At two games released. You'll get anthem so obviously so the two games that I'm going to talk about. Are there different games. Genre wise But you have anthem released total trash fire like like just. It was half done. A lot of people would say it was probably half done. When it was released there was virtually no content tended to go here this defend grinding missions and it just it just wasn't in a in a finished state what you'd consider it a Finnish state? Then you get a game like John Order you know. I don't think there were any delay or wizard delay. I don't think they're delays in the development. They did what we need to do. They did their development proper. They gave enough time. They released a game that was finished. And polished from the GECKO and look at it. went off like gangbusters. Busters was one of the best games of the year critically acclaimed you know. A lot of people loved it And Yeah you granted. They're two different types of games aims but the fact that matter is one released dot finished and it got a ton of backlash one released finished. I mean Gra- granted. It was a good game. You Soviet release finished but it was a shitty game it would be a different subject but you know it released finished and it was a good game and the fact that it was finished helped it also be better or you know if it was if it was a good game but it was. It wasn't finished and it. That's that's the worst if it's a good game and it's like seventy five percent John you're like fucking really what does shit like. Why couldn't you just waited? You know push back the release like six months and giving me a one hundred percent of the game right out right out of the gate so I definitely think a lot of these. East delays stemmed from that fact that I think finally the industry and these big studios are starting to hear consumers in listen a bid and say we'll faulk like every game. That's a release this year. that it hasn't been completely honest Don's Khanna gotten there the shooting out of it. I think we should definitely give a buffer time to make sure the game is completely finished so I mean I hope so like I feel like a game you get enough complain Eh. Voice will be heard and I think ask people the second point to it. Yeah and the second point to just based on this list that we've gotten a lot of these are single player Games. I I think I think pushback and that's the other point. That's another kind of point that I wanted to bring up his. You hit it right on the head like single player like EA has disillusioned the gaming world into thinking that people only want online games. You know it can be. It can have a story but as long. It's a story like an emo. You have to play with friends like people want people want online capabilities in every facet of their game. But you look at this list and you're like like yes. Some of these games are going to have online capabilities for sure like Halo for for sure is going to have a match. You know online matchmaking. But it's going to have a story it's going to have a main player story in ladies. Other Games are solely single player games and again referencing phone order. One hundred percent single player no online awesome awesome game there it has been so few really well put together single player games out there that tell a good story and tell it effectively that these few games that have come out recently people like praising them like the Messiah because they're like Oh my God they're so good but in all reality we've had so sh- such shitty single player games for so long. That ones Sir are a breath of fresh air to the past. Couple of games played over the year. That I just like can't find myself I can't peel away from God of war and John both one hundred ten percent single player. That's all you can do and they are just frigging phenomenal. So the single game right. It's awesome you. Don't don't try a half asphalt I think anthem the problem with anthem Kayak companies. They want to give you a single player game. That can be played with friends. And I I don't think they could really balance that too well so kind of choice to do single player or multiplayer. That's always been my my concern with with games like the division and stuff like that is is multiplayer aspects to it and I think that's great but it makes certain areas almost impossible unless you do lost our punked can be straight up like GPA style where Gt ad. It's completely owned like story. You can do and then you can boot up an online client go online and do stuff. I want yeah online. The single player to be separate entities. Guess 'cause the shingle place Saipan's looks like it can be amazing. Yeah and based on how you know because if I figured if the single player in the military we're going to go hand in hand and you could basically run you're running through kind of an online world at all times the whole game. The game is a whole you you have to be delicious until the finish so you can kind of take hope in that saying like Oh yeah because if you have a single players get delayed aid and or if a single player in the Out Two different times and one thing that they're kind of in two different realms but of the same game yeah so oh yeah. So That's interesting. I mean so yeah those two points jumped out at me the minute I I kind of put together this list and I saw I saw the delays and all this stuff so those things were kind of like boom right there so I think that's I think that's interesting. I think both of those things are good for gamers in the long run. So here's hoping that that's the case. So all right well see I wanNA wrap this bitch up. Give away from work on. Yeah all right well. Aw thank you everyone for listening. We really appreciate it again. We're on episode number twelve. It's.
"12 year" Discussed on W-Key Podcast
"For content because now they're gonNA save for money purposes because you will buy them yet released this for another thirty dollars from every single person who bought the game and you give to earn more book Mon and then that. Hey here's another thing for another three dollars more so pokemon. So yeah they all see. They wanted to for cash people. They you want to hang off having everyone for cash which Also I think it was February the releasing that Pokemon home application where you can deposit your Pok Mon into the server thing across like all your games. Yeah so it's like A. I think he got paid for monthly though to have it. But yeah you have you. You buy this thing called book one home and you can just send pokemon from all your. Tim gives you have into this home. And if said POK MON can be brought to Komo said game you can then take out of home into working. We want to have so. I play Pokemon son Pope from there into home and then that poem. That can come out of your home into sword. You can do that. And it's on into and take it out to where they can go. Yeah that's interesting. Yeah so I mean that's definitely coming out. All cash grabs sure. Oh yeah so. That's coming down on top of that. Keep adding more pokemon and adding them into another cool feature. That we've talked about is you can get all the new POK MON that are coming from the Tundra and of armor will actually a cabin had the DLC so say the DC but you have friends who has extra like here. I'll give you one this new pokemon without having had the area which is very nice. You've been really Dick moved to acquire like we have these new. Yeah these new but you. You can't get it until you give us money so it's very. It's very a blizzard route. I'm glad to see that they're not doing that. Yeah it's nice that they're giving me a chance like hey if you can't afford it but you got some friends who also catch your whatnot. Yeah you can have my extra pokemon but you just miss out on the adventure park because they are adding. Like gyms gyms are rivals or something like that too so there's constant areas. Yeah this story is just an an island or an area with and that's it. There's their stories certain things to do. So yeah I think it's interesting and you know I like I said my heart of hearts. I think they're going to basically do the new game method method. You know every couple of years but then I think they're also going to implement this. DLC for every new game that they make so that you can get more out of your game because that's that's always that is a big problem as as an adult playing pokemon That's there's a lot of problems with being an adult playbook the big problem game-wise is deputy a beat it and it's not a whole lot to do and games. Yeah there's not a whole lot to do from there You know you could go back through and start a new game. Choose choose different starters shoes all different. You know catch different pokemon but it's really the same thing over and over again at that point I mean how they they made Pok Mon soul silvern vern heart gold something ever and that is to full regions like you beat the re a new read. That's not honoree. You beat the region that was in the original silver or original gold and then you can then travel back to the region from red blue glued yellow and go through all those gyms again. It's just a bump all the levels up obviously because they to way expected to be and I love that because I you know I was so sick sick of like Pok Mon Games on the actual game boys and stuff like that that I was playing them on Roms on the computer. You get an emulator and you get roms and there was one At one rom was a hack around. I can't remember what it was called But it basically had every poke him on that was ever available available up to that point. That was on the game boy. Advance like any game that came out on game. Boy Advance Generation. I think Had All those Pok Mon and it had like three regions like you had to basically go through and beat each region go the next one do you know the all the GM's the final four and it was tough. And I don't think I was like even close close to beating it when I kinda stopped playing because there's just like it was a lot to do and that's an interesting concept. I definitely feel like it's something they baby should explore next game. That comes out on the switch. It's it's something they'd done already so they know how to do. They can just implemented onto a causal okay and that just gives people much more content. There's more playability it keeps people satiated for longer like they have pokemon content to do for longer So they're not what basically I feel like all the negative press from a lot of these games come about after people beat the game and they're just playing it over and over again and they basically nothing's new to them so they have you know all the new shine and gleam and like the things that are of interest to find out about the game gone. So you're just sitting there finding all the flaws ause and so the longer they can keep people immersed in new shiny things the longer it will take before everyone rips the flaws. Either that or or implement a little bit of Pok Mon go action where the actual gyms in the game are legit owned and defended by other players thous using too. So you have to know train because obviously the trainers Jimmy there are going to continue trading their pokemon so you have to really grind get yours to be powerful enough then even if you do beat them Dan you to keep yourself on your toes to be strong enough to be able to come challenge you. Hello Fun actually. Own Your own code. Hey you know gave me. I was a kid which what you should do as though have you. Have you go through eight games against a version because it'll be people who will complain. I can't actually beat the gyms weighing so have you play the game. Everyone's you can beat. It said that but then once the game's over then then you have access to all right. Do you want to switch this feature on where all eight gyms yet to reduce them but they're owned by legit people and then content just just guarding your gym. Or what Yep so more games. So that's POK Mon.. You know twenty twenty. It's GonNa be a good year for POK MON as well With the expansions smother games you know. We kind of had a list of notable games to be on look out for and twenty twenty and this is not again by all means an exhaustive list. This is just some games that not take our interests and so they're in their big in general they have. There's a lot of buzz around them a whole so. There's the final fantasy seven remake. I know a lot of people have been looking out for that. People are super excited for that. Initially it was set to come out in March of this year so and less than two months months but it was recently just announced that it was delayed to eat just a month so it's delayed to April tenth of twenty twenty so final fantasy seven remake April tenth twenty twenty one month not a big deal Last of US part to this is probably one of the bigger. If not the biggest games that people looking out for this year that comes out in a of two thousand twenty updated delay time right because this got delayed. Also this this. This is the to my knowledge. That's the updated state has now got delayed till pressure. Yeah to cyberpunk twenty seventy seven again. Another big AH release that a lot of people are looking forward to see project read the Yes CD project. Read the people that brought you the witcher games. They're fantastic. I would say they're fantastic. Hasek studio they really do right by their by their gamers by their patrons That was set to come out. In April April Sixteenth of two thousand twenty. This has been delayed five months to September seventeenth of two thousand twenty. So that's a big. That's a big big gap. But I've even heard word that that is the single player they still are trying to implement multi-player into this sort of you know I would assume similar to how GTA maybe doing enter or whatever but either way they're they're planning to implement multi-player facets of into this game and that night that September seventeenth release date doesn't include the multiplayer. multi-player would still be delayed. Even further from that initial release. Date is from the things that I've read so That kinda sucks. But I'm I WANNA to get my hands on just the game. The single play a whole acid single players for two anyway so I mean because time on multiple guests. Yeah and so so. There's a few things I want to finish this. Listen and a half. Ah Points Halo Infinite. So there's no hard launch date for this but it isn't twenty twenty. Everyone in their mother can probably Holy -SSUME that it's going to be released in the holiday season when the new xbox release. That's probably the guests. That's probably going what's going to happen. They're going to release issue. Saint's this day. Yeah the same day that the new xbox released new council here here's our here's our state council new halo this. Yeah Marvel's avengers. This is a big game. A lot of people have been hyping this up. It looks good. We got a lot of Beta testing Footage they stores there's law streamers When the Beta it was the Beta Now this was like four months ago maybe A lot of people were playing this onto which for the for the Beta Ada. This has also been delayed kind of a kind of a big hit. It was going to come out in May of two thousand twenty but this again got delayed to September Fourth of twenty twenty so another five month delay September pop request. September's look good for for games honestly but the big thing with Marvel's with and they don't i. I didn't read any specific site. You know all these companies. When they say they're released they say they always say the same shit like? Oh we're delaying so that we can provide the best gaming experience to our customers Yada audio. CD project read in Sira Punk. I honestly believe that you know I I assume that they. It's a big city. I I know they WANNA pack a plot into the game so I think they're just trying to make everything run efficiently and smoothly and look as good as they can have things to do throughout the world. I believe that Ah from avengers you know. Honestly I think they're probably GONNA do some character resigns because a lot of people didn't like the look of like thor a couple other characters but also the voice acting voice acting not a lot of people were too keen on the voice actors. Either so there may be some character redesigns and there may be some some voiceover work being changed With a man James I get to actual people like the I know. No no no no not at all. I think I just think that the people in part of that is part of the problem. I think a lot of people are too tied in. Yeah to Marvel's credit. They killed it in the casting for the for the movies. Now now everyone exactly people can't separate You know th or from Chris has worth like you. You say you're like yeah. It is Chris Hemsworth. Dory's Chris Chris. Hemsworth is thor and so I think that is part of the problem but I do think outside of that. I do even think that the voice actors were a little lackluster. From what I've seen are and what I had watched with the avengers game so I don't know we'll see what happens down. Like old bit redesigned throats. He took his fucking mother's dare plates off. The ice chest. Looks like he needs he needs. Yeah I'm down for. I think maybe some character redesigns are in order. Also I mean they. They had there's public outcry to get sonic changed in that movie happen. So Yeah I'm pretty sure there's plenty of L. crowded change. They can intervention game. I think that's what majority is. Still a probably is go back and redesign good chunk of those characters made. It's possible that with Sarah Funke just said Yeah. I think they're definitely they want to make this game. Just plus Clawson run like Yeah Kabbah. So I'm crush Reggie Times. 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"Always they always bag on him and slashes. Tim's ask them like how do you get to click on this button. And then you're GonNa Click Click on this button. And then you've got to click over here to this button and and Tim's always just like are you kidding me like what the hell you gotTa make their live streaming easier easier fine. I don't understand how you can't go to youtube page there. There'd be a buddy alive there. Yeah like yeah yeah. Oh He's live. Let's go now. That to me makes no sense how that's not our implemented. I mean we we. That's like that would be the easiest way to do. But honestly just typing encouraged a D.. Sasha alive is not that hard either It just people people want to click. You know. That's the biggest thing because like all these big streamers all these big youtubers have their our own unique. Url for their Youtube Channel. So really all you gotta do is add the slash live too. So that's not really that hard. It is sort of an inconvenience than I can understand. I mean in from a practical standpoint dishes stupid that they don't have like a live tab or like you know you're on their homepage and what it says all their videos you can be like video playlist Blah Blah and then there's just a a red live thing that's only there when there live you click. That brings him right to the two for the people to I guess for the streamers to be to be discovered. Say you find a channel that you love their contact. Oh these videos are amazing this that and you might have noted the stream if the uh-huh yeah they'd have live button thing they can clearly. Hey we see you watch these things by the way this person streams live right now. Oh cool I'm GONNA go check it out and whom this person who enjoys videos can become a member of Washington shrimps like it right now if you just watch videos. There's nothing to direct them to their lives. So it's kind of a missed opportunity for sent dreamer who has a lot of us. Maybe get some. It's always sure I think it's something they're we're working on. I would have. I would something they're working on. I believe because when I was on H.. Encourages podcast. I think he mentioned something something to that. Effect like. Yeah we're working on it like it's we realize this is before courage jumped think and They just came up in conversation in general and pushes like yeah. We're working on. You know we really want to. He's I understand that the setups not ideal deal. Yeah we want to work it out. We WanNa make it. So it's more streamlined. And Yada Yada Yada so I would imagine that. Someone's working on it or a team of people are working on it. I Youtube Hoop so rest assured that something of that nature is probably coming musical. It makes sense on penalty streamers Iga better-paying Bishop money to get developers. Just good. Yeah Yeah not just the best streaming website you could possibly Fi- you know they're gonNa have you spending money on that stuff. Yeah Oh yeah so. Yeah so radio you to. It's interesting from multiple standpoints first. Big Big female streamer to jump second one hundred thieves member jump so there's things that look out on both sides of that situation another kind of interesting thing. streamer related related so apparently T- fu buying a warehouse to build space to be able to coach and train. New Streamers which I think's pretty funny Um I don't really know what did you mean by train streamers like I don't know 'cause streaming and interesting trimmings and interesting talent. It's a lot like stand up. Comedian like you be clean. You can't teach allied. Yeah you can't really teach the personality you can teach the the business behind. What Yeah Ooh and and you can teach how to play games better And you can teach like how to have a good setup or like a good you know overlay a good a good like screen presentation but you can't really teach the personality to be someone that's going to attract other people watch you know what I mean hundred degree. It's like let's say like Doc. I love dogs setup. All the green screens are hilarious. But if you take me place him he's amazing setup like shore. You're in an area with great overlays rates up there so that but you can only teach. You can't really teach so much the personality so I'd be sitting okay. Let's go to the gym. Oh Doc Copper is eight you can only teach them you can teach them all these good always there so that but that only gets you so far still comes down big time personality this to that having that stage presence one could say so. Yeah it's one hundred. She's going to like I think it's just going to divulge into his money. Training people be buried gamers but when he left phase. I don't know if his Hamer's brothers said it but I feel like if someone said he wanted to make his own or which I don't know if it was was it teeth who senate or his nose Tif who says that he wanted he wouldn't mind doing something like making making his own org. It's just going to like kind of star as Hayes for streamers and there's GonNa solve slowly just kinda almost landslide is not bad thing but it's just going to all slowly alter into him making I teach people how to be better gamers in it just going into a possible. New Org is is how I which which isn't bad either like like going into the way I look at something like a you know the way I would look at a business decision like that as you know the it shouldn't be built in a sense that like well if we can't teach people how to stream we can always easily pivot into teaching people how to game. Can you should go into your business decision having everything clearly outlined and saying well. This is what we're GONNA do can't be done one and if it can't be done why the fuck are we doing it so yell for all the things we've mentioned. I don't think you can really teach someone how to be a streamer because even even the things I mentioned like the more technical the more hard hard pressed technical things like the things that you can actually teach someone how to do like even a lot of that stuff's built on personality. DOC has all those different screens. Greens because that's his personalities personality as a sort of a secret agent archer billionaire type of person. That's that's the that's the persona that he projects projects and so that's why all those different screens are built the way that they are. That's why he has all those different transitions and all those different scenes like I mentioned already. You know whereas you you don't have all the different things because that's not really your personality so you're GonNa have a different setup so teaching someone how to do the Photoshop to build you know Photoshop for the illustrator the element whatever program you use to build your overlays and stuff like that is one thing. But that's at that point. That's just a graphic design. Agree more or less you know and thi foods not a graphic artist graphic graphics artists or anything like that so like. That's a whole do you know. Because it's it's a matter of you know teaching someone how to use the programs to build it and then they've got to use their personality and how they come across on stream to build an overlay that fits their personality. And so you can't really teach that Kinda Shit so so this whole idea is really stupid in a couple ways because one it's could be an initial initial gye waste of money because you're going to teach people stream and and then They don't they find out that you can't really do that. And they're like okay well. We'll pivot into teaching kids. Play Games better and all releases playing fortnight. Better you know in my I mind. I know he's a good game or in general but you know how how you play four nights now you play Pudgy and that's not how you play blackout so those are three and it's not how you play apex. See those are four battle royale us. You know. You're all within the same battle royale genre which you play those games all very differently so teaching. You can't just that's another thing. Teaching mm video games as from genre basis even within the Genre Games change how. You're gonNA approach things so there's a lot of moving parts with that the idea. That could go wrong fast. And it's an interesting. I'd like to see some form of onnell layout or like it's one thing but hey I'm going to do this now. I want him to come all right. I'm going to this and this is how we're GONNA go about it. I'm just curious to see what he's a business plan like every other buck in person the world needs to happen before they start a business yeah market research like I want to teach me obese streamers and this is how we'll do we'll. Yeah so that like I'll just when that comes out with if it comes that's interesting to see to read about like. How can I like your idea hiring about doing this? 'cause teaching someone to do this I it's it's it's tough but it should. It's very strange thing to teach on who you're going to who you're going to get to teach him like yeah in hymns and they're doing exactly accuracy everyone not everyone's going to build a stream or B B. Same onscreen person that he is you know and other people who or different personalities than him. Yes but half the time if if he's trying to get other people that are big personalities than really what we should be hiring as other big streamers. Because if you're not a big streaming for yourself how are you going to teach people to be extremely seriously like I'm your teacher streamed at twenty people get out of here. Yeah exactly so it's So there's a lot of interesting pieces that need to fall into place and you said about having a plan like I would like to see or hear or watch his business business plan in some way shape or form. Because I think it's funny because how he he had mentioned your own than the whole face kind of happened. He had mentioned he was maybe interested in starting his own. ORC Work is data also came out and said that his dad wanted to do something just like what. They're what this is right now but bring people from Korea like women like female streamers from Korea. two states and like give them a place to stream or like give them the facilities to stream and teach them how to stream better because the the population the is viewership is so much higher in China and Korea that there's so much room to capitalize on putting out a good streamer aamer out in that market because there's just so much untapped. Talent like untapped viewers females. While why do you think because every fucking knows advanced. Female Streamers are much easier grapefruit dad to say. Yeah because they're all on family surfer Bros.. Yeah I read that somewhere. Am I always always serious like his dad's. Actually that was one hundred. I mean from what I read. Yeah so who knows. I mean this whole idea of you. Know this whole idea of him wanting to buy a warehouse space could transition into that like we're GONNA teach female Asian streamers how to screen better. It's like this could get real creepy really fast us. Yeah it's a lot of metoo happening in that and frigging house raid on. God I know. Yeah the go-to Bro Swedish. Teaching screamers looking man. What the COPS? What the fuck? It doesn't mean you have drugs. Do you have any drugs here. KNOB.
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"12 year" Discussed on Marketing Secrets
"Speaker. It'd be really really cool as Tony Robbins. Right can't afford Tony they. Let's just get somebody else as it moved into talk live number three. That's right okay. We should try to get Tony and I didn't know how that word nobody's charged. I had no idea what first off if I wanNA build a station with Tony Anita give them access to our platform number two four and build a deeper connection with the Miami I am. I need to introduce them to Tony. Tony changed my life. I know that he could change their life as well and so no matter how much money it costs. We decided to go for and just do Tony. Aw I don't do that many talks and you're more private talk. Pick the ones I WANNA do. There's very few but I'm here. Because of Russell he is true. Yes give a handful up there and spoke for almost five hours when he got off I came back on stage was craziest retired audience standing and cheering minded and it was kind of weird. I didn't do anything. Tony did it because I brought them. They were so big it was over. I knew Tony was in the middle watching his new book. We wanted to help support his book as well as some step time after the event up in a hotel room for me to actually go and interview Tony About his book. Because 'cause like I read his original books like twenty years ago then trevor and then I guess when I started going through your courses the season events and make certain after got done him and his entourage cleaning up and they head out the door and he didn't know the time in my pocket. I had the very first copy of the expert secrets book since he was racing. I said he rick between told him forty go. I just finished my second book I would love to give you a copy of and hopefully a chance to flip through on your on your on your flight home. He looked to meet for second took. The book gave me a hug and then he took off and he was gone off just kind of like. Oh Gosh you know mission accomplished we get to be interviewed and we promote it on a ton of copies of his book again. Try to figure out how we provide much value possible so we did that by being affiliates selling copies of his book as well. I've known him at this point for about ten years I'd built book funnels for my hate him to speak give access to our platform. I could sold them for free as often as I couldn't type right values much like it was the first time that I ever went asking me for anything. And it was for the launch of the Expert Secrets Book it was coming out of all. Experts say the ultimate expert so many different fields. I thought finally get Tony to interview me on his fan page. That would that would be the best thing in the world so nervous. Nervous Anglada people when they when they pursued one hundred like do all the work and it's scary like asking the questions like will you we promote me and I had been so nervous to do in finance and you know what I don't ask I'll never know so I sent him a message and within like a minute twenty texts back and said Yep. I'm in help you say facebook live with Brussels warriors time. His family had like three point. Nine million fans Tang clicking go live on page book our expert secrets. Help you find your message. Build the tribe. I believe there is down here. John's compete parts and low stance. Man Videos was viewed over three million times. Tony really opened up his entire brand to me allowing me to share my message my story in my book with all these millions and millions of people. Oh and that was really the power of building a relationship with someone to get exposure access to their entire audience. Can you hear like five minutes. Well thank you could over weight. In this time click funnels was growing a little bit more financially. Secure the next phone hacking live. We would still over thirty five hundred tickets and so said you know what. We're the point now where we can book Tony Against and call them back. UPS Spokesman for hiking live in Orlando as well and this live will reintroduce operation underground railroad which is a charity that that toys part of Tony's number one donor of operation underground railroad and then after the event was done breaking it down and behind. St Louis that'll save a whole lot of kids lives. It's just amazing debuted graduations when the sub lessons here for the dream. One hundred is that by doing that and it wasn't something we we orchestrated something where twenty nine both share the same values for him to be able to see that and see. It wasn't just when we talk about something we actually did put into practice. which is something to build that connection the friendship relationship that much closer and so it's important to find the people that you share values with as you billion one hundred because that's what makes those relationships really matter? So after that from Nike live fast forward about six months later I got invited by Brennan Rashard to go to a private masterminds Wyoming horning mastermind group that nobody knew about we fluid helicopters to get to this location go fishing shoe shotguns which other cool things things like that on the flight home. Deny we're actually sitting next to each other talking to each other we're talking about projects and ideas and we're sitting on the first class and some guy walks past he's like hey ivory we're both guys books and the right who's better. It was telling me the stories like Hey I'm working with Tony On. This project starts going through the whole having group projects anybody and he told me this whole thing. I'm getting more and more jealous. I jump in here minute. I just wanted to tell you what this guy does behind the scenes. So he's like you and Tony are doing this thing Tony. I built a software and of course on how to extract your knowledge and run mastermind. Things like I WANNA create masterclass but for masterminds he said the buying of course from Michael Jordan play basketball. Imagine going to Michael Jordan's House and actually playing basketball with him. He's like that's the difference as I get it like what's what are you calling this thing. And he's like Oh take a couple of different aims. I'm like dude. You should buy master DOT com. He's like someone already owns that. They can't get it. I thought that that's been amazing. And a couple of days later I was thinking about his his idea project. And it's like I wonder who owns mastermind dot com. I wanted to ask my dot com and sure enough. There's a site there. He'd been fully developed clicking through the site. The dummy page it showed a picture of the founders of mashed dot com and they were literally holding a two comics award in their hands. I was like Oh my gosh I have access to these people. I can get a hold of him. So here's the cool part so he tells me you should. You should have mastermind dot com. It's only a million bucks. I'm like I don't really want to spend a million bucks as they do have to. have it like masterclass. Class DOT COM mastermind dot com domain. Dave Million Bucks too much if you negotiate tables back to negotiate with guys and then we had the idea. You want to know that this this guy the way he plays he negotiates buys mastermind DOT COM for six hundred grand and gifts. Tony and I. I'm not done I'm not done. But he's no fool. Tony and I saw that reciprocity and now we made him a uh-huh Nice. Three one hundred best anyway I I like your wildest dreams come true. The fathomed twelve years earlier ten years ago when I was in this room to be not only friends with Tony Dean but to be business partners with them. We launched mastermind dot com. It was the biggest launch in the history of Internet marketing. Doing over thirty eight million dollars in sales and make a two week period of time Top Ten affiliates. Get a fly with us us. Tony's private plane to Fiji Insane. So that's why we're here this trip. That's what we've been doing. And that's why the the dream one hundred strategies so important looking back on it. It's crazy to think we use a strategy first off to get in the door so tony who I was second off your book the relationship and build a friendship and eventually to build a partnership. It's not necessarily like the fastest way to grow a company that it is the long term strategy. 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"12 year" Discussed on Marketing Secrets
"What's up what's up? Everybody Russell Brunson welcome back to the marketing secrets. podcast right now. I'm in a penthouse and the top of Cosmopolitan hotel for a couple of reasons. Number one is. I am finishing the rewrite of the Expert Secrets Book. This has been such a crazy journey. But it's almost he is crazy. They just the story at a section on stories right. That was insane. Oh anyway the Masa here. Because I'm with my wife. We have a couple days away and during breaks writing. I'm going shopping to buy clothes for fun because live is soon if you're ever tickets yet like you must go now. We are all muscle that frontal hockey live dot com GonNa have five thousand Saint Funnel Hackers in Nashville Tennessee in the end of January. And you need to be there so you're taking a quick but anyway so that's what we're doing right now and I'm not going to park guests up sooner sooner now because instead of WanNa do is this week. We launched two new youtube videos. That were insane. It was from our trip to Fiji. One was video video. We made a talking about me and the dream one hundred processes of a Tony Robbins over the last decade to become I know him become friends. B. Protocol rotate. Eventually become business partners with them and so that video is amazing. You haven't seen you go to the Youtube Channel and watch because the visuals aren't saying we have video clips from every single point of the jury and so I recommend you go back there and watch it but I'm GonNa play the audio here because regardless the lessons in our amazing so this his first episode is going to be all about the one hundred and how Jim one hundred Tony over the last decade and a half my life and hopefully get some good Is I'm from it being a highly recommend going back and watching. TV as well because the the visuals behind this episode are amazing. So with that said our news go to youtube you type in Russell. Brunson final hacker. Tony Robbins Jim. One hundred and it will pop up Easy to find and if channel this point anyway what are you waiting for come on. Let's do it all right theme song we come back. You have a chance to listen in on the dream one hundred episodes so the big question is this. How raunch entrepreneurs like us he didn't cheat and take on venture capital for spending money for own pocket probably marketing away? Let us get our products and our services and the things can you believe in out to the world and yet still remain profitable. That is the question in this. podcast give you the answer. My name's offer Brunson and welcome to marketing secrets. The dream one hundred. So what is the dream one hundred something talk about a lot. I tried to get entrepreneurs to build a dream one hundred to focus on that as the core foundation their business yet. Most people don't ever listen to let alone actually actually apply it so I wanted to tell you the story about how I use to dream. One hundred homes were amazing people that wanted to get to know most importantly my number one dream one hundred. Who was Tony Robbins? And how I use this strategy to first become his friend take off again to promote click funnels promote US and more recently actually come a partner with them. That's what I'm talking about. Incident Reason. Why Twenty Robbins and no one of my dream? One hundred fifteen years ago when I first heard about him I saw him on shallow. Hal and I was like who is this guy. Laroche August Twenty Ebay and I bought every single Tony Robbins course I could find plug in listened to and talk to every single day it started slowly shifting my mindset shifting my body shifting all the things things as I was growing company I always thought it'd be so cool to work with Tony on something I just said I want to figure out a way to get to know him and gets worked with any kind of put it in perspective about how hard it is to get through all of gatekeepers since like he is a celebrity bigger than life getting. He's been on movies more recently. Net flicks documentary. He speaks to millions and millions of people around the world is one of the most sought after after seven ours. Always had this thing that I wanted to make tonny six foot nine. And he speaks like this. He coaches presents. The United States runs fifty Ford different companies five billion dollars a year in sales. I always think I'm the busiest person. Rolling Piloted Tonia my me time fifty four for me the questions like well. How am I like at twenty two year? Old Kid did figure out how to get access to Tony Robbins. Literally the biggest person in my industry and probably forty different industries at home. Now watching this. I don't know Jay. I don't know we're so I didn't dream one hundred. Who are the people who may be around Tony? I could get access to a couple of years down below and that time I dream one hundred list include. Those people people like Franklin and John Reason Evan paying all of them lived in San Diego. Close to Tony Inside Dream. One hundred of them got snowed them and then one day one of them had a chance. Chance opportunity to meet Tony Robbins. When he got in there? Talk to Tony Tony to all of the rest of the people at that level bash. She didn't know I was in at first until one random bag got a a phone call from Tony and his team asking WanNa come and experience. You'd be w and then have a chance to exit down and meet with Tony in person. So so if Luke to Toronto to attend unleash the power within and I came as unconsciously three problem he invited vitamins sitting in a private section right in the front and everytime he's talking to different talk seems looking at me and he's looking at me and I'm like Oh my gosh all leading up to that night the chance through the fire. Walk with Tony W is famous for you to walk on. Fire Walk is just a great metaphor for taking things. One Stop were difficult to impossible doing. How quickly can change came through said Russell had your gave me this huge hug and I used to come on squawk gunfire going to bed that night? I called my wife I was like. Oh my gosh I wanted fired. I met Tony was crazy and I just I knew that that little a little piece of him I say I want more of this more for myself and my family is kind of where where it really began when Tony was in his hotel room talking to me well the first thing he said he said that you know I read about your story about you. You started potato guns right. Say how does he know the thing. I watch this video of embarrassing the guns back w is thinking like listen they I could send him or something I could you know Amanda Goodbye anything who has everything what can I send them to this. Unique that's special and also had the idea is like I should send them a potato gun like the actual potato the that we made in the DVD. How to make potato gun? It's I waited for a month and then two months and they hear anything back and then one day it gets email from Tony saying Russell I just got out to my home. And there's this big huge box on the front porch. He told me that night him and sage and everybody went out and shot a gun in his backyard. A wanted to send him tailgate Hato gun because I want to figure out a way that twenty is gonNa remember my name. What's going to unique that he will always associated with me and I thought the most unique thing possibly send him would be a potato gun? Random car number was answered. It and it was Tony Robbins Assistant. They said Hey tony wants to know if you WANNA speak in Fiji and sitting in there and I was like twenty one speaking Fiji and she heard that she was telling me. I was like Wednesday next week. US Speaking Fiji next week and she starts jumping on the bed. They telling me tell him. Yes now that to me and I'm like yes. Yes we'll come and that was ten years ago. We actually stayed in this exact same house that we're in right now and the kids were playing right here in the first time we got here my worst should we do. And there's a projector that night We sat down and we actually watched shallow shallow. Hal Please stand up hand to Russell. Brunson limbs a gentleman first off. I know a lot of businesses that are bigger than mine. That have been around longer but at the same time. I hope that I can bring some value guys because I do have a skill set. We in our company generate a lot of leads online when he sat in the back room taking notes the entire time after the event vs to fly home. And he asks you said Hey. I'm Chris new product called the new money masters. Do you WANNA be on one of the. DVD's like are you kidding me and so let's get to it Russell. Thank you for coming over to featuring thanks amazing so far so all this amazing ruin the stuff happens. There's always momentum this progress moving our way in and then nothing years. I'm just like a year like four or five years and I am an email from his team like. Hey you wonder how Tony's book when it comes out and I knew that they were GonNa do it wrong and I was like it's a message tornadoes. Like Hey I know you want. Your Book. Launched a huge success. I just love jump on on call. Somebody who team to Kinda explain Wayne because I think it'll help a lot more books. If you put it through funnel I wanNA build a funnel cool. We have the software quick finals. Like we love to build the whole thing for you. He's like okay. How does it work? I'm like I need some of your time. He's only according to my team. We'll figure it out. Call the team right where need like a day. And they're like okay. We have a half affidavit right now. There's no way to get him on video talking about his book. Our Mike an hour they that's all. That's that's stretching scratching and even the Mike. Okay so food vegas. We've got our own hotel room that we rented the nicest way possible needed a good place to videos setup for an hour we from all the videos we need it for this tunnel give as a gift and then they use that funnel during the book launch. Thank you in his newest book. Money Master the game seven the on every single news channel today show. CNN everything all pushing back to this one book on the Weed Helps Create for you gotta learn from rich speech. He lived in a car. He always had this book who's successful. He was grateful and after that we didn't hear from him again. On one of the busiest if not the busies men on earth and by the time is when we launched our funnel hacking live event. We are first event. We had no keynote speakers. Second or at least you get a big keynote.
"12 year" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"Driller folks have already drilled a hundred and ten thousand wells and are just waiting for a way to transport, and these this is not traditional drilling this fracking right in a huge Petar, Mian, whatever's the parmi in basin, and and we will God knows why we're doing this. I really don't understand. I do we will come. Come for one week in the next couple of years a net oil exporter for a week. That's how much oil we're about if we were to join natural gas. But what if we were to join OPEC, we would be the number two producer? And why? Dealing to ourselves because of money Thome, and they were talking about like, it could be thirty bucks a barrel. I can get they said no what they said. Specifically was they finally figured out. And they thought at one point it was going to be one hundred dollars a barrel to make these fields. Profitable profitable. Thank you very much thirty dollars a barrel. Makes it profitable, dude. That's upsetting. If if all is thirty dollars barrel. We are going to be under one. We're gonna burn it. All yeah. So we have to get the price of renewables and batteries and electric house, so lower or fate or oils thirty dollars a barrel. Let's say well, it's thirty dollars barrel. Let's tax it at seventy dollars a barrel making one hundred dollars. Bill oil can't be cheaper than one hundred dollars a barrel. Take that seventy dollars barrel. Build some electron it infrastructure. So we could survive. Now, if we ran the country to Keila, Tom, we ran the country the way we should based on science and doing the right thing. Fact, we would do something like that. But we run the country based on economic. So this is potential problem. But we're gonna get positive because he owns going to get that battery. So that they're so cheap electricity are gonna be so cheap, and you solar panels going to be so cheap. That oil is going to have to be five dollars a barrel to be able to compete. That's going to happen. I'm telling you right now. Ace. It's not aren't depress me because with your facts, it's cheap. And people are not gonna wanna deal with waiting at all to charge only hood comes in and supercharge excipient. It's the whole it's a whole it seems very dire. And it's all about will at this point. It's the will to just do it. Plus, the other thing is eventually all these oil fields are going to be right. They're all gonna be empty and all these people that work for BP ARCO, and on all these giant oil driller in the independent wildcatters, and all those other people they're not going to have jobs again, or whatever whenever generation that happens. They're not spending any money that saving any money to retraining and move to solar engineer to something else. It's just it's unbelievable that we continue to make the same mistakes over and over and over and over and over again, would you like me making more depressed? Oh, that'd be awesome. Estimates out there is five times as much oil in the ground. Then we need to. Throw the entire planet. If we continue to use oil, we're going to destroy the planet, and there's plenty in there to do it. So this is not really a new thing we already know this. If we only all down there, we will be Jupiter. So we shouldn't at all for profit and for growth, and honestly, I don't know is the answer that there's too many people on this planet. That's a very weird thing to say going down, very Dr had we get you back as deep head. We get your backup. We do another supercharge stories how we do it. It's rub. It's tell us about the supercharge story that you want to talk about because you were so angry. It was very funny because these reports come at about stuff that is just kind of silly. Yeah. Well, this was a report that was in electric EV news, and it got my craw. Because it said that the first nine California electric, America's sites electrify, America's sites are planned to open before the end of twenty nine thousand nine desert. These are the Volkswagen. Yeah. We we've been bad boys. This is. Settlement for their emissions cheating scandal. And the thing that stuck in my craw for this story is that they talked about how fast they talked about fast charging, and evidently these sites which have somewhere between