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Ask Officer Tatum: The Roe v. Wade Issue

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 2 d ago

Ask Officer Tatum: The Roe v. Wade Issue

"I want to get back to the question that Michelle asked about the roe V wade issue. Let me just say this. You know, I would love to do more research and figure it out because it's very confusing to some degree. But it's not that serious. I think that people should not, first of all, the politicians are talking about roe V wade because they want to make this a political issue so they can win in the midterms. They don't get can care less about you cohan and your babies are dying or whatever case may be. They don't care nothing about the promiscuity. They don't care nothing about your heartache and pain, nothing about the regret after you do it. Women feeling lonely and depressed and all of the things that come with having abortions, they could care less. They want you to vote. They can care less about the people at the border. They don't care about them getting killed on the way over here dying again left in the desert by coyotes getting raped and all of the above. They couldn't care less, okay? They just want your vote. Roe V wade, I do not understand how a rational woman could be arguing about this at this point. Our irrational man could be arguing. Many of these states giving you up to 16 weeks of some crazy. I mean, I think 16 weeks is even way too much. They give you plenty of time because to be honest, a lot of people are arguing, what if you get raped or whatever can be? Well, if you ask me, I'm pretty sure you know what happened to you at least it within 24 hours of you having to go and get something done about it. And so there's no mystery. It's not like you get raped and you don't know you got raped for until you're pregnant. I don't know if that happening. Anybody that's involved in the incest, a medical issue is a completely different story and they always try to push this issue. Let me just say this. I heard Steven Crowder cities before. And I think it was a beautiful response. He said, if you talk to people who claim to be so involved in caring about the people who are raped or incest or whatever, ask them, less eliminate all of those people and allow them to have as many abortions as they can or whatever the case may be. What about the 99%? Can you agree that all of that is wrong? All in the papa gasket. The brains pop out in a pass out and they cry and they spit and roll around on the ground all day. That's what they're going to do because they do not have a real solution to the problem. They do not have they are not acting in good

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Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | 2 d ago

Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'

"We have a really exciting guest talking about a very exciting book and subject, exciting, depressing, amazing. I don't know where to begin. You probably already know my guest. Lee's wheel, maybe you saw her over the years on Fox News or on CNN or any place just a prominent legal mind federal prosecutor on and on and on. It goes, and she has now written a book. I got to tell you, it's nothing less than shocking. It's titled a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hanssen, America's most damaging Russian spy, remember the Cold War folks. Remember when we were at war with the Soviet Union, they were a superpower in those days. And there was somebody on the inside. It just, it's one of the most amazing stories ever. A number of books have been written about it. This is being called the best of them all, a spy in plain sight Lee's wheel. Welcome to the program. Eric, it's great to be with you. Thanks so much for that kind introduction. Well, I tell you, when I read originally about Robert Hansen, it was one of these things, it's out of a movie. It's a nightmare that somebody would be this deeply embedded in our FBI working for our enemies. Today it would be, you know, working for China. But give us the background for people who don't remember the details, the timing, the years, the decades, so that we have some sense of who this monster Robert Hansen was. Yeah, and you've got it right. He really is a monster. I mean, finally, he's locked up now forever. So he's in a 24 hour or 23 hour solitary confinement and Florence Colorado in a supermarket, a super max. But started, you know, kind of an unremarkable upbringing. He was a middle class in Chicago, his father was a cop, kind of trying to tough on him. I mean, really tough on him. We'd call it child abuse now. But he grew up, became an accountant and then joined the FBI, which was really the Pinnacle for him. You know, it was just the thing that he wanted to be. He admired James Bond. He wanted to be everything, James Bond. So the enters in the early 80s into the bureau. And Eric within a year of entering the FBI, he approaches the Russians. They don't have to flip him. He approaches them. He doesn't tell them who he is, but he says he has this great Intel information for them. And indeed, it is the first thing that he's gives them is the identity of our major the primo Russian asset that we had at the time on the ground. And of course, we rely on those people to give us information from you said it, China, North Korea, Russia. He was at the very top level of the counter espionage unit in the

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A Brief History on Israel's Day of Remembrance

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | Last week

A Brief History on Israel's Day of Remembrance

"The day of remembrance, I always find very moving, even though I'm not Jewish. Tell us about it. It's really the only unique Israeli holiday. Israel Independence Day is celebrated by Jewish communities around the world, but no one really marks Memorial Day the way we remark Memorial Day. The entire country goes into mourning for 24 hours. A siren sounds at 8 o'clock at night and then the next morning at 11 o'clock, the entire country stands still, if you're on the highway cars go up to the side, people stand at attention. We all visit military cemeteries. I was in the military cemetery yesterday. It's deeply moving because we have all lost friends and relatives initial wars. Victims of terror, and we pay homage. We go into this deep morning in the extraordinary thing is that at 8 o'clock at night, the next night, we go immediately into ecstatic celebration of Israel's independence. We go through this one from radical morning to radical to ecstatic celebration, I don't know anything like it.

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Shanghai quarantine: 24-hour lights, no hot showers

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Shanghai quarantine: 24-hour lights, no hot showers

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Victoria Toensing on the Latest in the Sussmann Indictment

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

Victoria Toensing on the Latest in the Sussmann Indictment

"We have to discuss the latest developments in the sussman indictments, the John Durham furtherance of his investigation. It seems as if mister sussman, the lawyer for the Hillary Clinton campaign, who manages to get meetings with the chief council of the FBI via text in less than 24 hours, that he doesn't have the best legal team. Because he doesn't have the best. He doesn't have the best facts. It's really hard. So when he was indicted, the one count indictment, which was 27 pages, which is unusual. They came out. The specimen team came out and said, well, maybe baker didn't have a good memory. That was the FBI guy. Or we don't think we said that. We don't remember any later testified that he actually had a client. And then all of a sudden assessment in a filing just about a week ago says, ta-da, here's the text message. You

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Elon Musk Takes 9.2% Stake in Twitter, Stock Soars

The Trish Regan Show

13:01 min | Last month

Elon Musk Takes 9.2% Stake in Twitter, Stock Soars

"So the guy's got a big Twitter account, shall we say? It's good news for the company because it had sort of been, I think in some ways kind of left for dead. It hadn't figured out how to monetize its business in ways that were going to really help it going forward. It had grown users. I would say over the last three years, we saw an improvement in the user base. So that was good news, and it certainly a sticky platform, but you have to be able to do something with all of that, right? So you have all these people there, you're growing the user base, but there's lots of competitors out there, and if you're not able to properly monetize the company, then it becomes very challenging. Anyway, so he is tweeting over the last couple of weeks. Hey, you know, should there be another platform? Do you think that Twitter really embraces free speech? So we got everybody kind of worked up and then lo and behold, it turns out that it was, I believe, on March 14th, that he made the purchase. So that means that was what about two weeks ago? Shares are up 50% since then. I think he bought it for just about $3 billion. So he's made a pretty sum. The question is, does he continue to make money going forward? And my answer, my thought on that is, yes, I mean, maybe not this week. Maybe the stock settles down, but ultimately, if he can join the board and I would think that he would want to join the board and I would think that the board would actually want him on there. Then he's going to have a hand in helping this company sort of figure out its strategy going forward, which means one being all encompassing in terms of bringing as many people to the platform as possible and allowing a lot of different viewpoints on that platform, which may mean getting a new tech team in, frankly, to adjust the algorithms so that you're not squashing things needlessly. And then the other thing is once he's on the board, maybe he can think even about how the company incorporates, I don't know, say something like crypto in its future, right? He's a huge crypto enthusiast. So maybe there's a play in this Twitter space again as it comes to monetize its user base to incorporate crypto and then the other thing that I'd be thinking about and I know we don't necessarily want to think this maybe there's a play here to sell the company ultimately to a private equity firm or to maybe a bigger tech firm or hey, maybe even like a PayPal that would be able to work in some of that crypto stuff. Now I'm just talking theoretically and I want to get to ahead of ourselves because right now I think we should all be sort of excited. I'm excited. The Elon Musk is coming to Twitter because I see him as kind of well just a revolutionary. He's a smart, brilliant guy, irreverent guy. He recognizes the insanity that's out there right now. Hey, Jack Dorsey even recognizes it. In fact, he was quoted today as saying, you know, you feels bad that he's kind of created this very single lane platform where only one view is tolerated. So I think there's a real chance here to improve upon this and look, I mean, my answer to bad speech is always more speech. You need people to be able to speak freely. And so if you can create that platform there with Twitter, then that's really going to be a very, very good thing. So ultimately, I think for shareholders, they should be looking at this and just rejoicing. Of course, they probably are because the shares are up 30% right now. But long term, there may be some real upside in this company. I mentioned sort of inability for a lot of different voices to be heard. And it brings me to one of our sponsors of this program, which is a Mac, they are doing what they can, everything they can to make sure all voices are hurt, especially conservative voices. I mean, it seems like a lot of voices shall we say are protected, but not when it comes to conservatives. And this is why amac is out there, the association of mature American citizens is standing up for you, standing up for the future of America conservative voices there for mature Americans that believe in freedom. And all the freedom loving things in American so want and want to hold dear. There's 2.3 million members here that share your values my values and you know what you get all kinds of great discounts, all that good stuff. So travel, hotel, cell phone plans, insurance plans, just go to amac dot U.S. slash Regan, my last name, REG and you can sign up. It's only $16 a year and you're going to get all this free stuff. So it's really, really worth doing. You'll make it back in a day. I'm so glad to be able to tell you about it. I really think it's something you should look at. So again, amac dot U.S. slash vegan for your membership and take a stand there for America. I want to get to oil because oil is continuing to move higher in today's market and I don't think we've seen anything yet. I actually think that oil is going to get really, really high. We're looking at about a 101 $102 per barrel right now. And that's in part, it's been eased because the president came out and said he was releasing the strategic petroleum reserve over the course of the next 6 months, which would be a 180 million barrels that would be released into the oil supply, but I'm going to tell you this, it's not enough. It's not enough, and it's only 6 months, and we've got to figure out a better long-term solution here. Because we can't be dependent on the likes of Russia. I'm sorry, but this is truly awful what we're witnessing right now. And what came out over the weekend is devastating and you can look at it in many places. I don't even want to show you. The kind of thing that makes you sick to your stomach and you think how can a nation be so horrible so horrible to its neighbors so horrible to its brothers and sisters and cousins and we see Russia, Russia is clearly capable of some pretty horrific awful stuff. So let me reiterate. We don't want to be giving them any business. We don't want to be giving them any money any any trade whatsoever in light of everything that we have learned. It's time for the United States of America to be completely self reliant. That means natural gas can't be coming from Russia. By the way, not just us. The free world in general. All of Europe needs to say enough. Now, it's coming out, you know, in the last 24 hours, we've heard more and more that we're looking towards greater sanctions, the U.S. both and the Europeans together are looking to sanction more of Russia, but I just question why we haven't done this already. What are we waiting for? I mean, we should be doing everything we possibly can to give Ukraine the assistance it needs. And that means sanctions like Russia has never seen before, that means military equipment to aid the Ukrainians, that means intelligence gathering, helping them, however we can. There's a lot we can do without actually finding ourselves in a situation that would be World War three. But we can't sit back and pretend that none of this is happening. We can't sit back and allow a monster like Vladimir Putin to do what we've seen him do. Meanwhile, oil, that's why I say you haven't seen anything yet. I mean, if you want to, if you want to play this one, the commodities fund is the way to go because there's no way that oil is going to go down any time in the near future. In fact, as we go into summer months, I would anticipate it's going to go higher and higher and higher. The refining capacity changes in the summer and there's additional things that need to be done to the oil in order to get it into gas tanks. And so that's going to be problematic. It comes at the same time when you have in the in the driving season, right? Some are driving season and it's all happening as the entire world just reacts with horror to Russia. So as more and more people and more and more countries, hopefully more and more countries, I'd like to see more and more countries shut Russia off, that means less of a supply out there that would drive up of course the price of oil. So it's so important that we start thinking strategically about how we fix this. And I'm sorry. I realize everybody wants these EVs. It's not going to happen. Tomorrow. And we need help tomorrow. We need help very much in the near future. So whatever can be done, we need to have some adults in the room in terms of our energy policy to think through this so that the American people are not paying the price with $9 at the gas pumps because that's what we're going to be looking at. And the answer is not giving them $800 in Maine or $300 in in California or saying, okay, we're going to forgive the 25 cents per gallon tax in Connecticut. No. The answer is having a long-term plan, a real solution. To make sure that we have energy for as long as we need it. For as many people as we need it. And that means a multi prong approach. I mean, I just can't believe the stupidity of these administration that wants to sit there and keep telling us, you know why? Here's why. There's no leadership. Absolutely positively no leadership. These people are all worried about getting reelected, and they've convinced the world that climate change is the biggest problem out there. So how are they supposed to turn around and say, well, actually, it turns out that Russia's the biggest problem out there, and now it's compounded by the fact that our lives are going to be harder as Americans because oil prices gas prices, energy prices are all moving up up and away. This is just one massive mess and I hope I hope. There are some smarter heads that will prevail. Look, I think if not, we're very likely looking at a recession. I've told you that before, I think a recession is very much something that could be in the cards, only because you can't have $9 a gallon and not have some kind of effect. We're going to see because we're coming into mid April here, how this affects earnings. All the companies with their earnings reports are going to be coming out. We'll get a sense of whether or not the consumer really can withstand these higher energy prices. I don't think they can. I mean, look, I guess it's good because people are going back to work and so maybe they have a little bit more money, you're seeing that reflected in the unemployment rate, which continues to drop. The number of jobs added, which was more than expected, maybe people are going to have a little bit more cash on hand to pay for this higher oil, but look, I think there's a real risk that we're heading into a recession as a result of these higher energy prices, not that I would trade it. I mean, I actually think that, you know, you make choices in life and you make choices as a country, and sometimes you just need to stand up for what is right. And standing up for Ukraine is the right thing to do. I want to get to legacy precious metals that I told you about in the beginning of the show because with all the chaos in the world right now, probably saying, how do I how do I manage this if I'm trying to think about my retirement? How do I hedge out all this inflation? And one of the very best ways to do this time and time again is gold. I mean, I have believed that for decades now. And I've been proven right. It's not always perfect, right? There'll be times when maybe the market out performs gold, but then when the market's down, that gold comes in pretty handy. And right now we're looking at nearly $2000 an ounce, they're on gold. So this is an investment worth having. This is an investment worth holding. And my Friends over at legacy precious metals have been doing this for years for about 40 years. It's a family run business, and they can help you. So I want to give you their number one 8 6 6 5 8 9 zero 5 6 zero one 8 6 6 5 8 9 zero 5 6 zero legacy p.m. investments dot com Charles Thornton. He runs the company. He was just on the show the other day really wonderful group of people that can assist you as you try and figure out how you're going to hedge out your future. How you're going to hedge out inflation because you're getting it one way or the other. I mean, best case scenario, the fed gets two to 3% a year, right? But right now we're looking at 6.7%, 7.7 .9%. It's like sort of a dyslexic moment. 7.9% in terms of inflation. I think it's going to get far worse than that.

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Is Now the Time to Invoke the 25th Amendment?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

Is Now the Time to Invoke the 25th Amendment?

"It's time to call for the Twenty-fifth Amendment. Play cut 26. Look, it feels almost like we're being mean to the guy by quoting him and no one wants that. No one is making fun of his age or his diminished condition, only trying to defend the country. Then moments later, Biden declared that no reasonable person would think he wants regime change in Russia. All right, joke's over. Too much is at stake, because there was ever a time. If there was, in U.S. history, ever a time to invoke the Twenty-fifth Amendment, it is now. Is Joe Biden himself put it for God's sakes, this man can not remain in power. He's got to go. The cabinet can remove a president in the United States. The Twenty-fifth Amendment deals with the presidential and vice president central Succession and disability was passed by Congress in July 1965, and section three and four deals with a president who may suffer from an inability or disability. Now, they tried to use this against Trump unsuccessfully, so let's just kind of go through the last 24 hours. In the last 24 hours, 48 hours, Joe Biden threatened the use of chemical weapons against Moscow, Joe Biden called for regime change and said that American troops might be going to Ukraine. Last 24 hours Donald Trump hit a hole in one. It's true, actually, Trump did hit old when it's pretty amazing video. You guys should check it out. Don't believe me? Cut 36. Joe Biden says, look, we might send you guys to Ukraine, talking to U.S. troops. When are they going to Ukraine? Why someone asks, where is Congress exactly holding the hearing saying, wow. Why is the commander in chief who has the power to deploy forces at will, saying that American troops are now going to Ukraine play cut 36. And you're going to see when you're there, and I'll have you been there. You're going to see, you're going to see women, young people, stand on a stand in the middle of the front of damn tank. Just saying, I'm not leaving. I'm holding my ground. They're incredible. It's just so frustrating to watch. Yep, that's him, saying that, yeah, you guys are just going to go see it for yourself. When you go to Ukraine

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Fewer Choices (MM #4017)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Fewer Choices (MM #4017)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Many people complain about the news media and saying there's more bias than ever before. And we were better off when we had fewer choices. You know, back in the days when we had three TV channels, ABC, CBS NBC. You had, of course, Walter Cronkite, number one, rated on CBS. The Huntley Brinkley report for a long time on NBC. And since I wasn't an ABC watcher, I think it was Howard K Smith back in the day. They had a lot of news anchors on ABC. They were always the third place team. But the one thing people say about the news media back then has everybody was basically reporting the same news. It was just a matter of which personality you liked more. It was fair. It was unbiased. Things changed when CNN came around because we had news 24 hours a day. Then of course you get Fox News and MSNBC, each with their own spin on the news. And it's not about wanting to be biased. It's about finding an audience. You're basically looking for ratings, so therefore you target a segment of the population, you know, will like what you do. It's never going to change. You just have to want to be unbiased. Can you really do that?

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Fewer Choices (MM #4017)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Fewer Choices (MM #4017)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Many people complain about the news media and saying there's more bias than ever before. And we were better off when we had fewer choices. You know, back in the days when we had three TV channels, ABC, CBS NBC. You had, of course, Walter Cronkite, number one, rated on CBS. The Huntley Brinkley report for a long time on NBC. And since I wasn't an ABC watcher, I think it was Howard K Smith back in the day. They had a lot of news anchors on ABC. They were always the third place team. But the one thing people say about the news media back then has everybody was basically reporting the same news. It was just a matter of which personality you liked more. It was fair. It was unbiased. Things changed when CNN came around because we had news 24 hours a day. Then of course you get Fox News and MSNBC, each with their own spin on the news. And it's not about wanting to be biased. It's about finding an audience. You're basically looking for ratings, so therefore you target a segment of the population, you know, will like what you do. It's never going to change. You just have to want to be unbiased. Can you really do that?

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Fewer Choices (MM #4017)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Fewer Choices (MM #4017)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Many people complain about the news media and saying there's more bias than ever before. And we were better off when we had fewer choices. You know, back in the days when we had three TV channels, ABC, CBS NBC. You had, of course, Walter Cronkite, number one, rated on CBS. The Huntley Brinkley report for a long time on NBC. And since I wasn't an ABC watcher, I think it was Howard K Smith back in the day. They had a lot of news anchors on ABC. They were always the third place team. But the one thing people say about the news media back then has everybody was basically reporting the same news. It was just a matter of which personality you liked more. It was fair. It was unbiased. Things changed when CNN came around because we had news 24 hours a day. Then of course you get Fox News and MSNBC, each with their own spin on the news. And it's not about wanting to be biased. It's about finding an audience. You're basically looking for ratings, so therefore you target a segment of the population, you know, will like what you do. It's never going to change. You just have to want to be unbiased. Can you really do that?

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Zelenskyy Proposes New International Union to Stop Conflict

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Zelenskyy Proposes New International Union to Stop Conflict

"Today, the world does not have what they're doing. Such tools. The war of the past have prompted our predecessors to create institutions that should protect us from war. But they unfortunately don't worry about it. We see it, you see it. So we need new ones, new institutions, new alliances, and we offer them. We propose to create an association for you 24 united for these a union of responsible countries. That have the strength and consciousness to stop conflict immediately provide all the necessary assistance in 24 hours. If necessary, even weapons, if necessary, sanctions, humanitarian support, political support, finance, everything you need to keep. The peace and quickly. Save the world to save life.

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Big Tech Is Cracking Down on Russian Misinformation

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Big Tech Is Cracking Down on Russian Misinformation

"And now we're seeing from even the tech companies, they're cracking down on alleged Russian disinformation, duck duck go, which is supposed to be a good search engine, stop using DuckDuckGo. And YouTube are cracking down on Russian disinformation, allegedly. Play cut ten. Cracking down on Russian disinformation has been used by all kinds of people, particularly big tech to censor speech. Now, even the search engine DuckDuckGo, you may use because they promised you that they would not use algorithms, algorithms to suppress your speech or track your searches online has joined the herd. Duck duck goes CEO is promising that the search engine will sites that are quote associated with Russian disinformation associated with. Okay. In other words, saying things that Biden administration doesn't like. YouTube is just removed in episode of the full send podcast featuring Donald Trump. It got 5 million views in 24 hours, but they couldn't handle it. So they hit it. And they got rid of them.

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Who Is Jason Jones From Stream.org?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Jason Jones From Stream.org?

"Jason Jones welcome. I admire you greatly and it's so exciting to hear you like me very much. I was getting nervous. Thank you. You know I was getting nervous. I was about to I like you so much that I almost said, I hate your guts. And that's my ultimate love language when I insult people publicly. But you I met you, I guess sort of through John's mirek, didn't I? The great John. And that's one of the reasons I love you, 'cause you love John. And but I realized you're one of those people, I'm not sure how to introduce you to my audience. You've written many pieces for the stream, just like John, streamed out org stream dot org stream dot org, you had a piece out this past week about kind of giving us context on the Ukraine. So I want to talk to you about that. Sure. But before that, how do you describe yourself and don't be falsely humbled because we don't have time for that? Well, I run a human rights organization, our mission is to defend the vulnerable from violence and through that I make movies. Here's my latest movie divided hearts of America on Fox nation with the great Benjamin Watson. And so people will describe me as a filmmaker. I write with John smyrk and write at the stream, but really my obsession is to stand between the vulnerable and the violence. I'm addled by the thought of children from the child in the womb to children in east turkestan suffering violence. So right now my organization since August, we've evacuated thousands of vulnerable Christians and hazara and other minorities from Afghanistan, who distributed food, four months of food and coal to over 300,000. Minorities in Afghanistan and for the past two weeks, we've been also we've added Ukraine. So we've rescued 5000 Ukrainians, and we have caravan. We've now owned about 50 vehicles that are traveling 24 hours a day with volunteers switching off, taking time to sleep.

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2700 Page CR Bill Will Tax the Poor and Middle Class

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:05 min | 2 months ago

2700 Page CR Bill Will Tax the Poor and Middle Class

"Senator Lee, in the next 24 hours, you are going to be voting on a 2741 page continuing resolution, which you have had less than 24 hours to examine. It covers about a $1 trillion in spending and according to my math, which of course is questionable because I'm a lawyer. We're at about a 9.6 annual inflation rate right now based on the .8% month to month inflation. We just saw come out today. How can how can you vote on something that's 2741 pages long within 24 hours? How can that be? You can not do it. It can not be done. It can not be done honestly. No, no, you can do it. And you can tell your constituents well, I did it because I had to do it because my party leadership told me I should do it. And they told me they would blame me for a government shutdown if I didn't vote for it. But when you're doing that, you are inflicting a tax hike on the poor and on the middle class. That's what you're doing.

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Early Morning Omnibus Filing Expected; Four-Day Stopgap Prepped

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Early Morning Omnibus Filing Expected; Four-Day Stopgap Prepped

"Well, senator Scott, you're talking about the continuing resolution that dropped at one 30 a.m. Eastern Time. It's 2741 pages long. Is there obviously you're not going to be able to read it in the 24 hours you have until you're expected to vote for it. Are they going to find enough Republicans to pass this thing? I don't know. I don't know what they're going to do. I've been asking with a lot of my colleagues. We sent a letter to Schumer. Come on, give us give us time to go through this. Give us give us time to understand what this could do to inflation. Is there accountability in all these dollars that we're spending? Do we have to spend so look at what's going on in this country? We got Russian invading Ukraine. We got Biden going down to talk to a dictator that's killing his own citizens about getting oil from them. We've got an open border. We've got the highest inflation full years. We have $32 million worth of debt. And this is the way shimmer runs our government.

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Rubio Says No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine Would Lead to World War III

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Rubio Says No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine Would Lead to World War III

"Regarding the no fly zone, here's what Marco Rubio senator said about it. You know, look, I know flies on to become a catch phrase. I'm not sure a lot of people fully understand what that means. That means flying awacs 24 hours a day. That means the willingness to shoot down and engage Russian airplanes in the sky. That means, frankly, you can't put those planes up there unless you're willing to knock out the anti aircraft systems that the Russians have deployed and not just in Ukraine, but in Russia, and also in Belarus. So basically, a no fly zone, if people understood what it means, it means World War three. It means starting World War three, so I think there are a lot of things we can do to help Ukraine protect itself both from air strikes and missile strikes, but I think people need to understand what a no fly zone means. It's not just, it's not some rule you pass it. Everybody has to oblige by. It's the willingness to shoot down the aircraft of the Russian Federation, which is basically the beginning of World War three.

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Rand Paul Responds to Lindsey Graham Calling for Putin's Assassination

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Rand Paul Responds to Lindsey Graham Calling for Putin's Assassination

"So senator senator Lindsey Graham made headlines the last 24 hours saying outright bluntly that we need to try to encourage and support the assassination of Vladimir Putin. Regime change and more than that, we just need to try to get someone to cut the head off the snake. What is your take on this pretty preposterous proposal? I think it's reckless speech. I think it inflames the situation. I think if you're worried about your adversary being irrational, you know, saying things like you're going to assassinate and would actually make things worse. It's actually against the U.S. law. U.S. law for a long time has been that we don't assess the fascinate civilian leaders of other governments. And so now just wrong headed on every on every notion. But I think people are elected of office need to realize that their words have consequences and they should actually be careful. With what they say. And this is, I think, Carol was language that doesn't really have a place in

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Sen. Cotton: More Americans Will Support Aggression Against Putin

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Cotton: More Americans Will Support Aggression Against Putin

"Senator I'm looking at what's going on here The Russians rolling through Ukraine Ukrainians putting up a spirited defense and fight they are out armed Every step of the way partly due to us because we wouldn't give them the weaponry they needed to bog down the earth to Russian army But all that said are you concerned about the appeasement wing or the it's almost they claim to be American first but it seems like the America last wing that you hear in the media that you see in the Democrat party that you see in the Republican Party I mean there's a lot of unity against Putin I got that But there are these elements It's really kind of shocking to me Well Mark thanks for having me on in this grave hour It's a constant throughout American history Really throughout human history that some want to stick their head in the sand or look the other way when you have aggressive brutal dictators like Vladimir Putin who launch naked wars of aggression or in this case also threaten and telegraph that naked war of aggression for four months Many people start seeing in different tune once the bullets fly and we've seen some of that in the last 24 hours I will say this though Mark the Congress session This week I've spoken with loss of our cans and even those are kansans who don't follow international politics that much who don't know much about Ukraine A very strong visceral reaction to this kind of unprovoked aggression by a larger country against a smaller country on its border And I think that we'll see in the days and the weeks ahead that the American people strongly support a aggressive response more aggressive the Biden administration has announced thus far to stand up to Vladimir Putin and to protect America's interests

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"24 hour" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Past Gas

"Thank you very much. I love reading your mail on the air here. We're going to take you back on the drive. This is 95 5 the drive. Followed my co host at James pumphrey at Joji Weber followed me at Nolan Sykes. Those are all the same names across all social media platforms. Me and James are going by penis in the skunk now. Welcome back to penis in the skunk. That's a big old pile of hot piss. Wow, you're just ready for that. Province..

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"24 hour" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:08 min | 3 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Past Gas

"See the Disney bundle dot com for details. From 2000 until 2010, Audi absolutely dominated the circuit in one 8 out of ten races. There's a couple really good documentaries on this team. And then in 2011, Audi won again, thanks to the first female race engineer to win the 24 hour race, Lena, gade. Gate hailed from the UK the daughter of Indian immigrants. When the age of 9, she became fascinated with engineering and around 12 became absolutely obsessed with Formula One racing. And to quote her what the machines could do. She studied engineering at the university in Manchester and graduated with a master of science degree in aerospace engineering in 1988. The only female student to graduate in the class of 100. Gate went to work for Jaguar for 6 and a half years while she worked part time on racing teams. In the formula BMW, a one Grand Prix and GT racing classes. By 2007, she was working for Audi sport team joest. And in 2011, her Audi R one 8 TDI driven by Andre, Lotterer, Benoit, and Marcel fassler won Le Mans. Like I said, there's a documentary on this year this race that follows the Audi team. And I've honestly watched it like 5 times. Oh, I want to check it out. It's so good. I forget what it's called. So good luck. I think it's on YouTube. Is this the one? Yeah, Audi made it themselves, right? Yeah. Yeah, I think I've seen this. Tommy says it's called truth in 24. Yes, that's it. Finally. Google. Oh, what it's called, Google it, Google a bird. Google that bird. Audi repeated their win in 2012 and later that year, gate was named the FIA world endurance being shipped man of the year. They. Kept the name. I don't see why we're changing it. We've been doing it for so long. It's gonna be a man next year. Why would we change the name? What are we gonna change it to booming of the air person of the year? No, we'll change it right back next year, be a big old waste of ink, won't it? We already made the trophy. It'll be a waste of it. Big old waste of ink isn't it? We're gonna make trophy look like a bird. But boy, you want us to make the trophy look like a secretary bird next. I was thinking, yeah? With pants, like a secretary. A big old bird. He's got big old boobs. On the bird. The bird answers the phone. He says, hello, welcome to the company. How can I direct coal? Would you like to talk to the bosses? Oh, he's not available. Squawk squawk. They do look like they're wearing pants. So no, we ain't going to change the name. She's the man of the year, just like everyone else. Now I'm going to go and eat some beans on a piece of bread. And you're not going to think it's weird. It's for brekkie. For breakfast. In a true sign of the times, many of the cars in the early 2000s have been shifting to more electrified drivetrains. It seems like Le Mans has returned to its roots as a race to promote technical innovation. And if you think these electric cars can't drive as well as the old gas guzzlers, well, you'd be wrong, okay? Sure, they're hybrids, but you're still wrong. Porsche won in 2015, 17. And in 2017, with its Porsche 9 one 9 hybrid, a car built with a two liter 90° V four mid mounted mono single turbocharged petrol engine that produces 500 horsepower and acts as a chassis load bearing member. What? Along with two separate energy recovery hybrid systems that act to recover thermal energy from the exhaust gases and convert kinetic energy into electrical energy under braking. It's very, very sick. And as of 2018, Toyota has also entered Le Mans with increasing success. There's also a group called mission H 24 with a goal of introducing a hydrogen electric class in 2024. We'll see how that pans out. Because it's 2022 right now. So is Lamar really the world's best 24 hour race. Well, that depends. If you're someone who likes watching the world's best drivers and engineers and teams raise someone the oldest, smoothest, most dangerous and exciting tracks in the world. Then yeah, Le Mans is the king. In addition to being just a plain old great sporting event, the innovations featured at Le Mans typically trickled down to our road cars. So watching the race is kind of like looking into a crystal ball of what kind of tech us normies will be able to drive one day. 250,000 spectators show up in person to party and watch the event. And in 2020, an estimated 14 million people tuned in to watch the 24 Hours of Le Mans virtual race since the actual race was rescheduled for September. That's a lot of people watching a stream of a virtual race. That's a ton of people watching a freaking video game. Yeah, that's a lot. Dude, we got to go to this thing. I want to go so bad. Let's book a flight, baby. You have to work on your French before we go over there. Okay, that's good. That's good enough. If anyone asks you to speak French, just say. Which means mind your own business, and then you can just put it off for a little bit longer. Just coast on that the whole trip. That guy only is only telling people to mind their own business. All right, thank you for listening to the show. We're going to get to some listener mail right now. James, can you read this? Hi, Nolan James and Joe. My name is Gavin. Oh, that's our producer Gavin wrote us a little family. Kevin, just slack us, man. Yeah, you know our phone numbers, you dork. My name is Gavin and I'm writing from Oregon. I've been listening and watching since Jeremiah's indestructible Tacoma video and learned so much from your videos. I just finished listening to the car gimmicks episode and was reminded of some of the features in the 1931 Pontiac model four O one fine 6 that me and my friend Brady own. It was used as a moonshine runner during the prohibition era. Some of the features include roll up blinds, a dome light, and handles that lock the doors from the inside by turning them. Up. I found this out when messing with the door after I thought the outside handle was broken. Thank you and keep making my Monday homework Sessions fun. Gavin. Thank you. Keep doing that homework, Gavin. Keep doing the homework, Gavin. Should be illegal. Thanks for 8 hours a day in school. They can't figure it out. Then you go home and you have to do more schooling. Our education system is deeply broke is deeply broken and I would argue purposely so by devious actors who want to make it more broken, so that people are less educated. Okay. So if you'd like to write in to the show, hit us up at past gas at donut media dot com..

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"24 hour" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

23:08 min | 3 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Past Gas

"One and decided to debut their new 300 SLR in the 1955 world sportscar championship. The 300 SLR featured a body made of ultra lightweight magnesium alloy. It had inboard drum brakes and a large air brake behind the driver that could be raised to increase drag and thus down force. I think this Jaguar this was the first time the disc brakes had ever been used in competition. That's right, Joe. I think there's a Wheelhouse we talk about it, but that's pretty cool. As mentioned earlier, the cirque de Sartre was designed in the 20s. When cars could only reach speeds of 60 mph. But by 1955, the fastest cars were hitting speeds of over a 170. Oh my God. Yeah. And they just invented disc brakes. Yeah. Since it's opening, the circuit had been resurfaced and widened with two layout changes that made it a bit shorter. The pits and grandstands had been reconstructed, but there were no barriers between the pit lane and the racing line. With only a four foot bank between the track and spectators. There's also no designated deceleration lane for cars entering the pits. On top of that, the cars often had no seat belts since drivers believed it would be better to get thrown clear in a collision rather than being crushed in a burning car. It's so funny. Also back then they had the Le Mans start so like all the guys would line up out of their cars and then run to their car and start it and get out of there. So you don't want to waste all your time buckle it all kinds of safety devices. There's one guy that's just trying to tune the radio before he starts. Come on. Bluetooth connect. Where's my songs to listen to while vaping playlist? Where are my sunglasses? We'll get back to more past guests, but right now, a word from our sponsors. Big thanks to Valvoline for sponsoring this episode of past gas. Did you guys know that Valvoline was the first motor oil brand? Making it the original motor oil? 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It's super easy to find affordable insurance. Save time and money in minutes. Show your sport for the show by going to the special URL. Again, that's the zebra dot com slash pass gas and get your free quote today. The zebra dot com slash past gas. Thank you very much. The zebra. Before the race, Mercedes Benz driver Pierre levee voiced his concern that the pit stop and grandstand area was dangerously narrow. Tragically is concerns went unheard. Just 35 laps into the 1955 Le Mans, the worst crash in motor sports history. Occurred. As he reached the pit stop section next to the grandstand, Jaguar driver, Mike hawthorn pulled right onto the track in front of Austin healey driver, Lance macklin. Macklin swerved directly into the path of lavey, who was trying to pass both the Jaguar and Austin healey. Lavey rear ended macklin's Austin healey, which launched his Mercedes SLR into the air and into the stands. The Mercedes exploded instantly killing levee as well as 83 spectators and injuring nearly a 180 more. And though there is much debate over who is to blame for the disaster. The official inquiry determined that the layout of the track was ultimately responsible. The 30 year old track was simply not designed for cars as fast as those involved in the incident. Despite this ruling, Mercedes Benz called back the rest of their team after the accident and retired from motor racing until 1987, the accident was a monumental turning point for safety and motor sport, and many new rules and regulations were added in the aftermath. That's so many people. The period of 1966 to 1980 is likely a recognizable era to car nerds. This was the golden era of racing. The 15 years saw quite a bit of change on the circuit de la motte, particularly when European dominance turned in 1966 would Ford kicked the Italian Goliath out of the top spot with their unforgettable GT 40. Not only was this the year that an American company won the European endurance race, but Ford managed to secure the entire podium, meaning the 6 time reigning champion was shut out completely. Of course I'm talking about Ferrari. The victory was at least partially fueled by spite after Enzo Ferrari publicly humiliated Henry Ford the second by pulling out of a 1963 deal, although Hank the deuce was a piece of and he changed the terms at the last minute. And Enzo, obviously backed out a deal. You're allowed to back out of the deal. Yeah. When Ferrari pulled out of Le Mans completely in 1973, many believed it was due to Ford's dominance, which continued for four years after the 1966 defeat. If you want more details on this fuel, like we said, we did a four part series on it early on in the podcast. I remember it is pretty good, but it might not be. Now I listen to it again and it's really funny. It's missing one little key element though. Yeah, there's no wink wink nation in there. As the dynamics of the race evolve, the cars became faster and more powerful, often to the dismay of safety conscious officials. The Porsche 9 17, the car that Steve McQueen drove in Le Mans. The movie was born out of one of the regulations put in place to reduce speeds in the race. Starting in 1968, Porsche decided to design and build 25 different versions of a whole new car with a 4.5 liter capacity for the sport category. They had one goal in mind, to win their first overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1970. It took only ten months to put together the Porsche 9 17, and by 1970, Porsche defeated 5 time winner Ford and won the legendary endurance race. Thanks to the Porsche 9 17, the company was able to win four times total throughout the 1970s. I love this car. This victory aligned with another rule change born from safety regulations up until 1970, Le Mans was known for the standing start. That's what we mentioned earlier. The drivers would line up on the left side of the track one behind the other, opposite their cars, and when the French flag was lowered, they would run sprint as fast as they could to their cars, start their engines and then go. You add like the element of how fast can you run up here? Yeah, which is not connected to your driving skill at all. At all. And you get in and you're just like winded. Well, this is a fun way of kicking off the race. It wasn't exactly the safest way to start 24 hours of driving. No. The rule change wasn't an overnight process, however. In 1968, Belgian Willie Maurice says forward GT 40s. Door flew open on the first Mulsanne straight as he tried to close it after standing start. Really crashed and suffered from severe head injuries that left him unconscious for two weeks. What? Oh my God. As a result of his injuries, the former Formula One driver was told he would never race again, and one year later in 1969, he died by suicide. No. No, man, that's really sad. During the 1969 start, three months before he passed, fellow Belgian Jackie X famously staged the one man protest on the standing start when he casually walked over to his car, took his time putting on his belt and began the race in last place. What makes that very cool is he won. Meanwhile, another driver, John Wolfe ran with the other drivers and flipped his car during the opening lap. And because he wasn't strapped in properly, he was killed. So it kind of proved his point. What's the point of it? If it doesn't, if he's going to come in first, this dude runs over to his car and dies, whatever. Yeah, in the next year, 1970, they changed the rule. But what a dumb idea? Well, I mean, it's a holdover from when they first started it. And ran over to your car and back then, I assume the cars didn't fire up immediately, like they did at this point. So right, yeah, it's like a holdover from when it was like a lot less serious. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I was like, okay, we have to gamify this a little bit because nobody's going to want to watch a car drive for 20, I mean, yeah. It's like if they had the NASCAR drivers at the coliseum last weekend, ride BMX bikes down the stairs and have to do a trick before getting into their car. It's like depending on how they qualified, they get they have to start at a different neighborhood in Los Angeles. And they have to drive to the coliseum and then find parking. And then go and start. Oh man. That's kind of present in a lot of different sports, especially the older ones. Where it's just been going on for so long that no one ever questions it. And then something tragic happens, and it's like, oh, we have to revisit this dumb thing. No one gets killed in baseball, but there's a bunch of stuff left over from 1870 where they've never changed it. There's that rule in baseball. It's hardly ever has to be enforced, but if you get like three errors in a row, you have to smoke 8 cigarettes. Yeah. Yeah, that's like a holdover from the Hank Aaron days. And for sure. In the audience wags their finger at you at the same get it. You dropped it no, no. Smoke. You dropped it no, no. Rarely ever happens because guys are so good now. They really get her, but sometimes happened in 2016. Yeah. And it was actually seen as a reward. Back then, because it's like, oh, this guy's obviously off his game. Yeah. 8 cigarettes. Yeah, he's playing three games today. It'll make him better. He's playing three games today. He's not even drunk yet. How long to go back to the Dodger game this year? You know there's a lot of them. I know there's not just the Dodger game. There's a 162 Dodger games this year. That's why fantasy baseball is like, I just feel like my idea of hell. It's so fun. In the 1980s, perhaps inspired by the 1979 energy crisis, a new class called group C was introduced. Placing emphasis on fuel efficiency. This period marked a return to the races original purpose as a showcase of innovation and forward thinking design. Car companies began to lean away from the gas guzzling heavy duty race car bodies towards slimmer, more lightweight designs. This trend is highlighted by the fact that Porsche won 8 out of ten races through the 80s. And at one point, 6 in a row, one of the most interesting wins occurred in 1980, when a private builder named Jean rondeau won in a car, he crafted himself, called the rondo M three 7 9 B this baby was a prototype born from an inner LM with a Ford Cosworth DFV engine, and it was the first time that a driver won with a car that bore his name. The DFV engine was like killer in that era. Yeah. Progress from the 80s until the 2000s was achieved beyond the car builds. Mercedes Benz returned to the grid. The company's first run at Le Mans since the 1955 crash. In 1991, Mazda became the first Japanese manufacturer to win with their 7 8 7 B oh, I love that one. Yeah, one of the best sounding cars ever. However, one of the biggest moments in Le Mans record books occurred in 1988 when WM Peugeot set a speed record that many believe will stand the test of time. Gerard welter, Peugeot's head of design and team boss of WM was a man well versed in endurance circuits. From 1976 until 1989, the WM GTP and group C prototypes raced at Le Mans were built with the goal to hit the highest possible speed down the Mulsanne straight. Before the circuit was interrupted by chicanes. While many thought that the speed was second to durability at Le Mans, Walter disagreed. Before the 1988 race, welter announced project 400 and claimed that his WM Peugeot P 88 would be the first car to hit 400 kilometers an hour at Le Mans. To be clear, he didn't care about winning the race. He just wanted to use the prestige of the event to draw attention to his car. Driven by a turbocharged Peugeot engine, the P 88 certainly had the power to reach 400 km/h. But his cars had an unhappy tendency to break down under pressure. An erase known for durability, the WM Peugeot P 88 reached a whopping 407 kilometers an hour or 253 mph. Down the Mulsanne straight. Just before issues with the car's turbocharger, cooling and electrical killed the car, just 59 miles into the more than three thousand mile race. But hey, welter got exactly what he wanted. His P 88 became the first car to break the 400 kilometer barrier at Le Mans. And in 1990, when the chicanes were added to slow speeds on the strait, this record was forever cemented in Le Mans history. You don't really need your turbocharger cooling system and electrical system anyways. I feel like he could have finished it if you wanted to. Dude, this thing just looks fast. Well, wow, that thing is sick. Do you think sick? Oh my God. Oh my God. I wish you guys could see this right now. I'm looking at it. Podcast viewers, this car is sad. It looks like a plane without wings and it looks like what's that really fast bird that dives a peregrine falcon? Yeah. Yeah. Oh my God, you guys, Google is bird. I think every week we should have a segment called Google a bird. We all Google a bird together. Look at it. Yeah, I got this week's one. Secretary bird, Google that bird. It's time for Google a bird. We do it right in the middle of the story. We don't wait till the end. Dude, this secretary bird looks like a secretary. With secretary pants and yeah, he's got secretary pants, got secretary hair. One of the top images is like to an article titled secretary bird world's sexiest bird. All right. Who wrote this? Secretary bird world sexiest bird from Africa is killer, but not just by its looks. What? What the hell is going on? All right, back to cars. Le Mans lost a bit of popularity in the 1990s with a number of auto manufacturers withdrawing. Most likely this was due to high production costs, but we'd like to believe it's because so many GT one and LMP cars kept back flipping. You heard that right, if you watch the 1999 Le Mans, you definitely remember Mercedes driver Peter dumb bricks insane crash on the way to Indianapolis corner where his CLR took flight flipped over in the air multiple times and landed in the Woods. The weirdest part, it happened to his teammate Mark Weber at the same spot during qualifying. This is like the most insane. You've definitely seen this GIF. Yeah. It's so crazy. These weren't the first cars to fully back flip at Le Mans. The year before at petit Le Mans, the Porsche 9 11 GT one crested a hill became airborne and backflipped before it landed on its rear. So how could this happen? Well, it has to do with the negative pitch angle of the top level sports racing cars of the era, in order to generate enough down force and thus increase cornering speeds, the front of the car is set to sit lower than the rear. The issue is that when a car like the 9 11 GT one, or the CLR, cresta hill, the pitch angle switches to be positive, creating a lifting force underneath the car in other words, once the front comes up and reached 2.4°, the down force of the rear was gone, a bunch of air went under there and basically it's like an airplane wing. Flip that boy around. Flip that boy around. How crazy would it be to back flip a car like that? What does that feel? Dude, you know like when you go over a hill and it belly feels weird. Tickle? Yeah. I bet it's like that to the extreme. Oh yeah, it's like the same feeling when you see a secretary bird. Yeah. What? What? We'll be right back with more of this story, but first, a word from our sponsors. 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"24 hour" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:20 min | 3 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Past Gas

"Obsessed with the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Steve McQueen starred in Le Mans, filmed during the race festivities in 1970. Anything that happened before or after just waiting. Paul Newman, an actor and philanthropist who had been a class winning amateur racing champion in his own right, entered in 1979 and placed second. Patrick Dempsey, co owns Dempsey proton, a team that's raised since 2013 and placed 5th in 2021. My life really started once I started racing. With the car, it's very clean on cut. Hollywood is not clear. It doesn't make any sense. And of course, who could forget the Oscar winning Ford verse Ferrari. A film about the 1966 rivalry between Ford and Ferrari on the track. At Le Mans. In the world. And we're gonna make history, too. At Le Mans. There's a fundamental reason for Hollywood's interest. Le Mans has an uncanny ability to craft a screen worthy story. One filled with heroes and underdogs, courageous men and women battling against the track, their opponent and themselves for a taste of glory. As the flagship race of the FAA's world endurance championship. The 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of the oldest and most prestigious motor races. Originally developed as a testing ground for technological developments, the race draws, drivers and teams from around the world. Desperate to test their mettle on a truly iconic course, set within a winding French Hamlet in northwest France. The history of the race is filled with innovation, mental fortitude, unbelievable stories and catastrophe. To understand Le Mans is to understand what makes motor sports so thrilling for drivers, spectators, and Hollywood executives alike. What makes Le Mans so special? Why is it often referred to as the most thrilling 24 hours in motor sports? Became the most exciting 24 hours in sports. Pastas podcast is the most important. Boom. Boom. There's an intro for you. Fellas. There's an intro for you, fellas, eat it up like a bunch of soup. It's slurp season baby. Where's all my childhood heads at? Yeah, so we're talking about endurance racing today. More specifically, Le Mans, as you probably know. Fellas, the Daytona 24 hours was a few weeks ago. What's your take on endurance racing? Do you guys have you guys ever watched it? When's the last time you watched all of the 24 Hours of Le Mans? Have you ever done it? I'll tell you what, I had a Daytona 24 hours on spring break and it was nuts. Yeah. I pooped my pants. No, I love Lamar is one of my favorite. It's probably my favorite race. I think it's awesome. I want to do a live stream where we watch 24 hours of them all. And it's definitely a thing that I want to experience in person at some point in my life. Oh, for sure. Hopefully sooner than later. Le Mans hit me up, Pusha, hit me up. Patrick Dempsey hit me up. Yeah. Come on, man. I like it endurance races. I can't say I've ever watched a huge chunk of them. I just watch highlights. But I loved one of my favorite memories of being a kid was playing the endurance races on Gran Turismo and just staying up for 12 hours without pause in it at all. That's pretty crazy. We should do a live stream of the race this year. It's fun. When there's a 24 hour race, your whole weekend becomes the event, right? So when I was watching the Daytona 24, I just had the TV on in the background. I wasn't watching it the whole time, but I would check in. See where my teams that I was rooting for. We're at. And it's just amazing how it works out like 24 hours. That seems like such a long time. You think the fields would become so spread out. But almost in every class, all the battles came down to the last lap with just tenths of seconds between the cars. It's just incredible. It's magical. And Le Mans is the most magical of them all. As we'll find out. Before I really kick things off, let's be clear. The history of Le Mans is fascinating with so many incredible stories we could easily do a ten part series on it. But instead, we're going to distill its massive history down into little bite sized morsels perfect for casual digestion. And for the hors d'oeuvres so to speak, let's get an overview of the legendary event beginning with the town, it's located in. The 24 Hours of Le Mans is aptly named after the tiny French town the track is located in. And when we say tiny, we mean that only about a 150,000 people live there year round, roughly the size of Dayton, Ohio. Shouts to Dayton, go bulldogs. Shouts to date and go bulldogs. The storybook beautiful Le Mans is made up both of the old town and more metropolitan new city. The old town is contained by Gallo Roman walls that were crafted in the late third century. And the new town is at least to our American standards. It's not that new. Just real quick to put that into perspective. We're now in the 21st century. Yeah, that's a lot of centuries ago. Hundreds of years, hundreds. If not thousands, 1.7 thousand. Wow. Damn. Wow. Wow. Wow. That much, huh? Wow. It makes you think, wow. Yeah, it really makes you think. Wow. The new town on the other hand is at least to our American standard. It's not that new. It's Romanesque and gothic buildings were first built in the 12th century. Wow. Until the mid 19th century, Le Mans was best known as a market for agricultural products of the region. But all that changed when the town began producing their very own motor cars. And we don't need to tell you that where there's motor cars, gentlemen? There's racing. That's right. There's racing. It's hard not to wax poetic about the sickest off. The road racing circuit just outside Le Mans that the race has taken place on since inception in 1923. The circuit desert is named after the river that passed the town and consists of a mix of private roads used exclusively for racing, as well as public ones. To many, the use of public roads is the secret sauce that makes Le Mans so special. At roughly 13.626 kilometers or 8.47 miles long. The track is so large that it can be sunny at one end and pouring rain on the other. At night, some turns that are dangerous in the daylight turned into a death trap at night as courageous drivers depend on a combination of skill and luck to get through to live. The Sartre is one of the last remnants of old school racing with a design that actively promotes overtaking, which is exciting as hell to spectators. Though it's been modified over the years to maximize safety for competitors, the circuit has remained largely the same. Designed for peak speed and spectacular dueling. The track itself is made up of several sections. The race begins at the Indianapolis named for the famous American brick yard at the indie motor speedway. Name so for the bricks underneath the tarmac of this section of the circuit. From there, a driver moves on to arnage, then to the Porsche curves before reaching four chicanes, a segment added in 1968 for pit safety reasons. From there, the Dunlop bridge arches over the track as the chicanes move into the totoro rouge. French for the red mound, the roux then becomes the oh my God. Wow. It's who not the air..

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01:45 min | 5 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"But I do think <Speech_Female> you do see things <Speech_Female> about <Speech_Female> the way others engage <Speech_Female> with the world. That's <Speech_Female> really important to know when you're <Speech_Female> looking for <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> long-term via abilities <Speech_Female> at them. Well, you <Speech_Female> guys just went through like <Speech_Female> a month long relationship <Speech_Female> at one weekend. <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> know, was that <Speech_Female> couples counseling? <Laughter> I know, I'm like <Laughter> so tired. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Love it. Well, <Speech_Female> thank you both for <Speech_Female> participating <Speech_Female> in this. This <Speech_Female> has been such <Speech_Female> a great experiment. <Speech_Female> And we're so <Speech_Female> glad that you too. <Speech_Female> Have a good time and <Speech_Female> learn so much about how <Speech_Female> you can show up for dating <Speech_Female> in the future. Yeah, <Speech_Female> and taught us how to <Speech_Female> get free food and <Speech_Female> drinks. Yeah. <Speech_Female> Now we know. <Speech_Female> It's going to a bar <Speech_Female> and say, we're doing this <Speech_Female> dating experiment. We <Speech_Female> got no money to spend, <Speech_Female> give us some free drinks. <Speech_Female> Let's do it. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> Exactly. <Speech_Female> In all seriousness, <Speech_Female> despite <Speech_Female> the incompatibility, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> you both still <Speech_Female> learned relational skills. <Speech_Female> And that's what ultimately <Speech_Female> what relationships <Speech_Female> are about as you're <Speech_Female> relating to someone else, <Speech_Female> right? So I <Speech_Female> don't think anybody should ever <Speech_Female> say <Speech_Female> I spent so much <Speech_Female> time dating people <Speech_Female> that weren't right for me <Speech_Female> because <Speech_Female> those people <Speech_Female> who are not right for <Speech_Female> you are prepping <Speech_Female> you for the person <Speech_Female> who is right for <Speech_Female> you. So thank you <Speech_Female> for being on <SpeakerChange> board and <Speech_Male> being open minded to <Speech_Male> that. Oh, thanks so <Speech_Male> much for the adventure. <Speech_Female> This is definitely <Speech_Female> fascinating. <Speech_Female> Yeah, for sure. I <Speech_Female> learned so much in such a <Speech_Female> short amount of time. It <Speech_Female> was wild. I think <Speech_Female> I'm gonna definitely <SpeakerChange> do dating <Speech_Female> differently now. Love it. <Speech_Female> That's right. <Speech_Female> Fabulous. <Speech_Female> Then, well, thank <Speech_Female> you so much for being part of <Speech_Female> the experiment and <Speech_Female> thank you all <Speech_Female> for listening to this <Speech_Female> experiment. If you <Speech_Female> love this experiment, <Speech_Female> if you want to sign up for <Speech_Female> a new one that <Speech_Female> we have down the line, <Speech_Female> just you can <Speech_Female> DM us or email us. You just go <Speech_Female> on a website, they will podcast <Speech_Female> dot com or better <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> yet, give us a 5 <Speech_Female> star rating in Apple <Speech_Female> podcasts and then <Speech_Female> we'll put <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> you at the top of the list. <Speech_Female> That's how you <Speech_Music_Female> get <SpeakerChange> in, <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> all right? <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Okay. We're <Speech_Music_Female> gonna wrap up <Speech_Music_Female> this episode <SpeakerChange> in <Speech_Music_Female> true dateable

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03:22 min | 5 months ago

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"How do I stay curious? How do I stay present? So I think there's probably areas that both of you can kind of take away to kind of get that to be more well rounded. And it's ultimately a combination of both at the end of the day. If we just are looking for an activity partner, that's not really the core relationship, that's just an activity partner, but also if we're not doing anything interesting, then that's boring too. Yeah, I'll just say, yeah, I definitely wanna be more present person, I think I'm so goals oriented and when I think about what I'm looking for, I want a relationship, but why do I want a relationship? It's because I want marriage and kids, but obviously I need to experience life with somebody every day, right? Like, you know, life is literally millions of 24 hour sessions back to back. So do I enjoy hanging around this person, can I really be wholly myself and totally vulnerable and feel safe and comfortable around this person? So yeah, I definitely want to be more like Jeff in certain respects, but I still got my eye on the prize. I'm gonna husband. I'm gonna do things where like, you know, I wanna get to know you, right? Yeah. Yeah, oh no, I completely agree with that. I almost feel as if the first day was much more of us connecting on a level of understanding each other and who each other were and then I think the second day was much more experienced lead. So we probably spent less time connecting in that way. So yes, I agree. I think one of the biggest takeaways is going into a date with a default parameter. I think we go into day thinking, I'm going to give this person a like 5 minutes and if they don't live up to what I'm looking for, I'm out or the connection's not there, but what if you said the default is I'm giving this four hours minimally so that you kind of know that you are spending your time with someone for a set amount of time versus them trying to earn extra time with you. That's just never a good way to think about it. There is something to be said about the yes and mentality. And I actually think both Nora and Jeff can learn from this. We talked about Nora, you know, we touched upon that that you can be a little bit more present and open to this playfulness, that Jeff has been talking about. But for Jeff, it's this kind of the same thing. There is a yes and mentality in play, too. So if Nora wasn't so down for Hannah roses or fighting in front of the Uber driver, maybe there's an ant to that and not just a series of putting her through tests. And I know for Jeff's point of view, these were experiential activities, but from Nora's perspective, they felt like Tess and she wasn't passing these tests. So you're creating this me versus you mentality. But if you had a yes and a mentality, then it's okay, she's not down for that, but let's try something else. And let's just show a little bit more compassion with that. What is interesting is, yes, both of you had, I guess, a more chilled out date, the first day, and then more activities based. It sounds like there was more connection on the first day because you were able to speak and talk to each other and ask each other all the questions, but on day two, both of your interests tapered because of the activities that were overshadowing the date itself. It just felt like there was a lot of anxiety around activity. What to do next? Well, what crazy thing can we do next? What crazy thing can we throw into the mix? And that completely overpowers the integrity of the date, which is getting to know each other..

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03:18 min | 5 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"How do I feel like we got on the same page in that way? And we were like, oh, we're like a team now. You know, and we're gonna make this like a memorable experience, not just for us, but for anyone else that interacts with us. I love that. And then I guess a question for both of you is what is one thing you would do differently when it comes to dating after this experiment? Okay, I'll go. I think I definitely need to be even more open. I mean, again, this is the first time I've dated anyone in like two years. So I had no idea what I'm doing here. So this is like a jump off the defense. So just I think I need to not just be more open, but be more willing to take risks that the person that might show up that might be compatible with me might not show up in the way in which I envision and that I need not limit that or have too many preconceived notions and really be like a panda, right? Playful curious and present and open to the adventure. I love that. I would definitely echo that. I think for me also, I've learned, I really want to be more unapologetically me. And the things I'm looking for aren't unreasonable, they're not too much. I'm not too much. And I think what was so nice about being around Jeff was like, how open and vulnerable he was and how willing he was to make a real effort. A lot of us are taught, we have to be like the cool chill lady and then like kind of lure these men in. It's like, no, if someone, if a guy is like serious about you, you're gonna know it and you're gonna know it by hopefully their words, but really you're gonna know it by their actions. And I felt like Jeffrey demonstrated he was committed to doing this in a way that I also felt committed..

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05:36 min | 5 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"You would like for them to show up versus someone who's open to working towards more playfulness or showing up in the way that you are expecting? Yeah. I think it's more of the openness, right? It's more like, you know, when I even when I describe it, it sounds as if it's like this is very rigid like there's only a certain way. That is what it sounds like. That is what it sounds like. And I'm sorry, it does sound that way, because when I even describe play, I describe it in like it's a very open ended like we're having like an adventure together. So there's a lot of opportunity to show up in many different ways and play and they don't have to play my way, but I just want them to be able to be more themselves and be willing to allow their silly weirdness to come out. And some people just don't find that. That's not their jam. So that's understandable. A lot of the people that I have dated are kind of weird and kind of silly and are open to things like I have these flowers here. One of the things we were potentially going to do is people watch and if we saw anyone that we thought was like really interesting or fascinating, we had these flowers. All right, I was thinking about giving them out to people. Well, I asked her, is that some Nora? Is that something that you open to and she's like, no. I know. Like, no, that's my thing. Okay, cool, you know? So then we didn't do that. I constantly was trying to, especially on day two, figure out ways in which how do we do something that's playful and fun, but also within her comfort zone. And if it wasn't, then we were just like, okay, we're not going to do that, you know? So 24 hours, you probably saw different sides of her throughout it..

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04:58 min | 5 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"His campaign because he's running for office. And just the way we interacted with people was just different. And again, that's not wrong. It's just that we just weren't on the same page. It just didn't feel like we were connected. So, you know, I feel like, you know, we're looking at this, oh, what did she do wrong or what did I do wrong? I don't think we did anything wrong. I think we were just we interact with people in a different way. And then we even agreed and talked about it that way. They were just different people. So I don't know if that answers your question. No, I think that makes a lot of sense. Like, every day, is it going to end up being the person that you end up being with, right? That's just the matter of fact of this. I think the 24 hour if anything just probably sped up, understanding each other and seeing each other. I guess the part, though, that is interesting to me is there a world where differences could actually make you compatible and they're also are a lot of different other elements that make someone compatible outside of just play and how they interact in social settings. I guess was there anything that you really liked about her that you do want in a partner? Yeah, she is ridiculously smart, ridiculously dynamic. We had so many interesting conversations about politics about power classism, all this stuff. So that's, I mean, it was really interesting and riveting and fascinating. And she's just doing a lot of really dope work. You know, speaking to know about that, I could have talked to her for we did. We talked for hours about that. And I love that. I thought that was really amazing. It just also are the way in which we both want to impact the world. We both want to like our work is revolves around leaving not a legacy, but leaving an impact that actually helps other people. And to speak for people that may not be able to speak for themselves. So that's where we both connected. You did communicate the incompatibility. Can you walk us through how you communicated that? Oh, so then after the day, when we were just like texting back and forth, you know, it was like, hey, you know, this is what I really loved about, you know, our interaction, everything together. But I feel like because I'm much more of like a play guy and I kind of show up in this like play setting and a much more silly and very out there that might not be your vibe. So, you know, from my perspective, I didn't feel like we had that level of compatibility, but I still feel as if you're super dope. And so you did mention that her curiosity tapered off on day two. Did this happen after this talk? Oh, do we didn't have that talk until at the after all the way at the end of day two? Okay. So when did you notice the curiosity kind of tapering off? I think probably the second day, I think when we also became more comfortable with each other. We also have to remember that dynamic is we just spent 12 hours together and talk the entire time together. So in many ways, we felt like we had learned a ton about each other already. And then I think, I mean, my day, I felt was a little bit different from her, you know, her day. Mine started off by, you know, like I got her like a care package because she really liked popcorn and I found that out and I got like an umbrella and like a poncho and I was like, okay, let's start off today that way. You know, then we went to my friend's reams restaurant who the first time she was opening it up to anybody since the pandemic..

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03:41 min | 5 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"What is being playful mean to you? I think it means being down and flexible, but I also think there are boundaries and there are limitations, just like there with anything, right? Like I think I think it was a really cool idea to go pick out something at the Salvation army, but then when I'm going to go to this political fundraiser, I want to be respectful to the candidate..

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05:48 min | 5 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"Nora, you went on a 24 hour date, which we're guessing it's probably the first time you've ever done anything like that. What in particular about this date was different than your normal date? Honestly, first and foremost, it was just like physically exhausting. I'm 35 years old. I'm in reasonably good shape. I thought, but after the first night, I literally had to put a heating pad on my head. And I was like, am I 35 or my son? Because this is like insane. But I mean, I think just like physically, it was like taxing in that respect, but I think also like, I mean, I had to commit to spending 24 hours with someone that I might not even like. And I think in this era of complete, I don't know, I feel like with the apps, people view other people sometimes, it's totally disposable, and people won't even give people 24 minutes. And here I am like, committing a full day to someone I don't know. And so a full weekend. Yeah, I was like, I have a lot of shit to do, but I'm definitely gonna just not do anything that I need to do in my life and commit to this. But yeah, I think we just were able to delve really deeply into our values our morals and I got a sense of who someone was at their fundamental level really quickly so that was definitely a really different. I feel like and I think I said this in one of my recordings. I was like, you guys just wore us down, right? Like that was like one of the things you did. And so at one point, I remember my vision of the date was definitely really different than Jeff's. I did a lot more like one on one thing. And I did like traditional date things. And he kind of my view is he kind of had like a scavenger hunt vibe to his stuff. And like, you know, I think generally, I'm a people pleaser, and I think I would have got along with some of the things he wanted, but he planned a second date and 17 hours in. He asked, we went to the Salvation army and we had to pick out things. Number one, I picked up very utilitarian things, which I don't think he like, yeah. We'll talk about compatibility later, but you know, and then he takes me to a political fundraiser. And I'm like, I'm taking this shit off. I am not going into this place. I literally looked like I looked homeless. I was wearing multiple layers of things. I just did it. I was like, by 17 hours and I definitely felt more comfortable, but I also had this paradoxical feeling of discomfort because I tend to overshare. I said this also. So like, in two hours, I can easily overshare in a date, but now you've given me 24 hours. And so I can really overshare. And so there was this sense of intimacy because of the shared time, but at the end of the day, I still don't know this person. You can't show someone 24 hours later, right? So you okay, so it's interesting. It sounded like at the beginning. It sounded like there was maybe more of a connection for you. And then as time went on, it seemed to be more this might not be the best match or not super compatible. Kind of walk us through that. What changed for you? Yeah, I mean, I think so I think physically I just didn't get to be completely Frank. I didn't feel a lot of chemistry initially, but I really, really enjoyed just personality..

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05:52 min | 5 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"I'm old, not old obviously bit. Heating pad after 12 mile Walking Dead. Yeah, I do think maybe there's a romantic connection, but I couldn't say that after seeing someone once, you know, that's just, for me, little impossible. And then we're back at it again for day number two at the daters met again at 10 a.m.. This time, we checked in with them around the same time as yesterday, which is 2 p.m., but we didn't get a voice memo back until 5 p.m.. So WTF, what was happening? Turns out they were having a little too much fun. Okay, here is my recording, probably two or three hours late apologize, but you know, these things happen. It's been awesome. It's been so lovely. The things that I planned out worked out even better than I thought. So I took her to my friend reims restaurant. She owns this really dope, awesome restaurant, and she was there and a bunch of my friends that also worked there were there, and they told us all about the restaurant. They gave us a tour of the restaurant, and that was really the thing because I wanted to do something different where we interacted with other people. And it wasn't just like pressure was just on us to like, oh, we can only talk to each other. So that was the strategy. Like, okay, let's do things that I wouldn't even normally do anyway. So I'm going to reams, they gave us so much extra food, which is great because I was like, our budget is only like $30. And then we went to my Friends campaign holiday party. So my friend mad haney is running for office. Some assembly district or something like that. So we crashed his party because it's a free party where they had like grits and shake it and wings and waffles and stuff like that. And then we got drinks and then we started telling everyone about this dateable podcast episode and then people started buying us drinks. I had a plan of what we were going to do next. I was actually going to take us to the mall and pass out flowers for people that we thought were really dope. But this guy just came up to us and he goes, hey, you know, y'all really cool. I've already bought your shots. You want to go to this party at Twitter. I might be going to the store department. So I don't know if he's going to actually go. We'll see if he comes through, but we're down. Oh, the other thing of like, are we more attractive to each other or less? I think we're, in my opinion, I think I'm less likely. I now know her enough to know that I'm super playful, super flexible, super, and she's just different. And I'm much more like clear about that as we've spent more and more time. And also like now she's asking less questions, so it's like not as curious. So like that's just the vibe and the interesting. But still, we're having a really fun time, so..

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03:58 min | 5 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"We've talked about this before because it's so dependent on whether you have shit to do that day or not, whether you are in the mood for something like that, but I have been on these marathon dates and it is very telling because how you feel about them in the beginning completely changes by the end. Wait, so the marathon dates you've been on have they been within the first couple dates first dates ever? Yeah, first date. Wow. What happened after did you? Did any of the progressive to anything? Or were you like I did it all at 24 hours? Yeah, slept with them. You know? That goes into the hours. That adds a 15 minutes into the 8 hours. But then you have to cuddle and do the morning after thing, you know, it's just all ads adds up into it. I've also had dates where I've slept with them. I had to go get brunch with friends. And then I go back and wow them. Yeah. Not for you, huh? I really haven't done that. I feel like the only people I've done long dates like that. It's when I'm already established with them. It's never been someone very early on. Yeah. No, I've done a few of these first dates like that. And to answer your question, no, none of them turned out to be relationships. But I would also argue those were self contagious relationships in those 8 hours. We dated for 24 whole hours. Yeah. Started out beautifully and then I learned so much more about him and I decided it was not for me. I mean, you know, if we're gonna talk about efficiency, maybe everyone should be doing 24 hour dates. We're gonna sit find out if it is a good idea or a bad idea from this episode, this experiment. But I think another interesting dynamic of this experiment is that we have given both of them only a $100 to use throughout the day. And per day..

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03:24 min | 1 year ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"What about patients who are angry so we have all had the patients that call on the phone and they're angry about maybe a bill or maybe they're in pain and they were told they weren't going to be paying whatever the scenario when a patient calls angry. Yes you have to deal with it immediately. But it's a problem because you're stuck. You're stuck what about times that you made a mistake and you had to accept that you were wrong. And you're beating yourself up about it. Okay so. I gave you some scenarios. But what i want to do is give you some advice for a few of these. Say you're having an argument with the upper management or the boss. Well i have always taught in coach that if you are going to come to your boss with a problem and it's going to be vice versa. If you're going to come to them with the problem it really should not be around you. Let me give you an example of exception if somebody's harassing you if somebody's being very rude to you. That of course is all about you. And that that i can understand but what i'm talking about is the performance of another employee or the fact that this new practice purchase is not working out. We need to keep ourselves in our emotions out of it because ultimately when you make it about their leadership style or year leadership style it becomes personal. What i would love for you to do is lead with the idea that we need to think about how it affects the practice. The think about this when you tell me that you don't like how sarah runs the morning. Huddle it's annoying. She talks a lot. I don't ever understand what she's talking about dc. I made it all about sarah. And i made it all about me. Think of it differently. I'd really like to talk about how the morning huddle is run. I don't feel. I'm getting enough information to work with the patients. Can we do this differently. What you are doing is tying it back to patient care. It all comes back to patient care not necessarily even the health of the practice because the health of the practice ties back to patient care. So i want you to if you're going to come to anybody with a critique or a concern don't make it about you make it about the impact to the practice in the impact on patient care so if jill is always late in the mornings and it's bugging you and you're talking to the boss and you're like you know what she needs to be fire. She does this all of the time. You're complaining about jail now and all that you're going to hear. Is you complaining about jill and you know in your personal life if you have two people that don't like each other and all they do is complain to each other. What happens over time when you start to hear them. Talk about it you go. Yeah yeah yeah in your mind. You're doing yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. You've heard it before it's going to go the same way. There's nothing new to add to it and that's why we can't make it personal. I'd rather you do is talk about the fact that when jill is lay it affects everything so i am having a hard time making sure that i can get my patients seated on time when i don't know what's what's on the schedule. The schedule's not clear. So i really need you to help me understand what i'm supposed to do with my first second third patients. I don't have anybody here to tell me this. And i'm really afraid. It's going to affect the patient. The other part of that is let's go with the morning. Muddle morning huddle issue because this is this comes up a lot either. Somebody doesn't contribute to the morning huddle or somebody is always late to the morning..

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