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What Will People Vote for in 43 Days?
"Thinks it'll be a big political tsunami, a big red wave. The polls are split with control of Congress hanging in the balance, registered voters do give the Republican Party the advantage on inflation, the economy and crime, Democrat candidates get the advantage on abortion and climate change. So what are people going to vote for in 43 days? That's what it boils down to. I mean, in our world and I'm the first to admit this, maybe tone deaf, I try to put myself in other people's shoes in my world if you were to actually go to the ballot box because you're revved up about climate change, wow. I gotta pray there's more of us than there are of you. And I don't say that to be dismissive. I just hope more people are concerned about the things that seem to matter to most people. Honest to goodness, think about that. Can you imagine saying, I can not wait to go vote for the Jane Fonda endorsed candidate. I want that Bernie Sanders endorsement endorsed candidate for the House or the Senate or gubernatorial. I'm worried about climate change. They're worried about climate change in Florida. Oh boy, there might be some climate change going on in Florida.
Over 2 million migrants apprehended at U.S. border since August 2021, officials say
"I Mike rossia reporting U.S. officials report border crossing numbers for Venezuelans soared at the U.S. Mexico border in August According to U.S. customs and border protection data the number of Venezuelans taken into custody at the U.S. border with Mexico soared in August making Venezuela the second largest nationality after Mexico among migrants crossing the U.S. border illegally Officials say U.S. authorities stopped Venezuelans 25,349 times in August That marked a 43% rise over July and it was four times higher than August 2021 Overall U.S. authorities made 203,598 stops of migrants in August That was slightly up from July but below the over 213,000 stops in August 2021 Mike Gracia Washington
Doug Welcomes Robert Bork, Jr. of the Antitrust Education Project
"In his mind, just joy today to have bob board junior owned, he has been a leader in this industry, not only following up on what his father, Robert bork had done, judge bork had done. But in his own right working with this today, bob, welcome to the podcast today. It's such a pleasure to finally be on, I'm sorry about the delays, but here we are. Yay. We made it. Well, to get everybody started off, tell us about where what you're doing now, your organization, and then we're just going to dive head deep into this stuff. The semi short version is that for a long time, I was a reporter and then got sick of that and decided to get a grown-up job. And worked in corporate communications and strategy, but most recently, and really this is a labor of love for my father. I saw in 2016 or so that Elizabeth Warren and others were having sort of their left wing Appalachian meeting to discuss how to hijack antitrust and turn it into a weapon against business, not just big business, all business. And my first thought was, well, I wonder where my dad's book is. And he had written a book called the antitrust paradox in 1978, but it was out of print. And you couldn't find it unless you wanted to spend three or $400 on an old copy. So I decided we needed to get the book back into print. And I asked Mike Lee, senator Mike Lee to write a new introduction. And I wrote a new forward and took some time, but we got it out. It's on Amazon and Barnes and noble. It's very readable. Anyway, I need to start with that. And then I thought, this is getting ugly. Particularly when Joe Biden won The White House and Democrats had both houses of Congress and you saw lots of really insane legislation and the appointment of Lena Khan, who is just a Marxist, you know, put in charge of the FTC, decided we had to get in there and start fighting, so I created the antitrust education project and have been doing lots and lots of media and writing pieces in The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere to try to explain why the consumer welfare standard, which was my father's contribution to antitrust back in 1978 and has been basically the operating system for antitrust enforcement for the last 43 years, ought to be preserved against these lunatics
Queen Elizabeth Funeral News | Queen Procession Live Updates | English News Live | King Charles - CNN-News18
"The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will be the biggest security operation London has ever seen London's mayor said he Khan told the AP that the queen's state funeral is an unprecedented security challenge Not only will central London be packed with hundreds of thousands of people but the guest list for the funeral includes hundreds of emperors kings queens presidents and prime ministers from around the world More than 10,000 police officers will be on duty that day with reinforcements coming from all of Britain's 43 police forces Street trains and garbage bins are being searched and sealed on the day there will be police spotters on rooftop sniffer dogs on the streets marine officers on the River Thames and mounted police on horseback He throw airport its grounding dozens of flights so as not to disturb the funeral service Karen Chammas
The Facts About Boys and Porn
"Shout out to the forgotten man, my producer. He sent me some facts because I knew I knew something. I read so much stuff that I draw from stuff that I've read years ago. But my producer is going to make sure I'm right. So the average age of boys being exposed to pornography since the average age of first exposure was 13 years old. With the youngest exposure being 5 years old and the latest exposure to pornography being 26 years old. So most people have been exposed to pornography at least by the age of 26. It says that more men indicated their first exposure was accidentally 43% of them and the intentionally was 33% and forcibly with 17%. And the information comes from a study done by the American psychology association. So if you want to go look it up in fact check me American psychology association. With the facts. But I was close. I was pretty close. I said 8. So the difference between the 13 and the 5 year old is probably right around 8. And that's pretty young to get exposed to pornography.
A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney
"Let me tell you, Mickey Rooney obviously was at one point the biggest movie star in the world for the late 30s to the early 40s at the peak of his career between the ages of 15 and 25. He made 43 films. 43 films in ten years. I know Bruce Willis just did that, but that's because they propped them up and put on earpiece in his ear and he was able to it's sad what happened to Bruce Willis, but no actor does 43 films in ten years. But Mickey Rooney was one of MGM's most consistently successful actors, very versatile performer and, you know, Lawrence Olivier, once said he considered Rooney the best there ever was, which is insane because most people believe Lawrence Olivier was the best there was, and I'm gonna tell you, I never enjoyed anything Mickey Rooney was in. If I'm being honest, never got the attraction. The Andy hardy movies? No, they were corny to me. I know those were the times we lived in, but I'd rather see Jimmy cagney Humphrey Bogart in a gangster film. I enjoyed a few things he was in when he was an old man, like that movie Bill. Very poignant movie, Mickey played an old man named Bill who'd been institutionalized by his mother since he was a child, and he finally gets out and ventures out into the big city where a nice family takes him in and he finally feels what it's like to be loved in his 60s. Dennis Quaid was in it. A made for TV movie. And I'm sure he never got over the fact that he turned down the role of Archie bunker, that had to hurt looking back, but Nikki Rooney made millions in his career. As a matter of fact, the first Broadway show I ever saw was sugar babies with Mickey and Ann Miller and they did that show over 1200 times and then it went everywhere for the next 5 years and he never missed one single performance. The guy was making $65,000 a week. However, he was a degenerate gambler and he lost a ton of his life's earnings. And he applied for bankruptcy later in life, which is so sad when a movie star does that. By the time he passed, he had 18 $1000 to his name.
What was found at Trump's Mar-a-Lago? Read the list detailing what FBI agents recovered.
"Has released a more detailed inventory of what FBI agents found at Donald Trump's Florida estate last month The inventory reveals the extent to which classified material was kept haphazardly at Mar-a-Lago In boxes and containers mixed with newspapers and clothes Agents found 43 empty folders marked with classified banners 28 more labeled return to staff secretary where military aid were also empty The list is not made clear what may have happened to the documents inside The department says there was no secure space at the home for sensitive government secrets It started a criminal probe focused on their presence and efforts to obstruct the investigation Sagar Meghani Washington
Big reveal: Biden to help unveil Obama White House portrait
"A White House tradition will be revived next week as Barack and Michelle Obama returned for the unveiling of their official portraits It hasn't happened in a decade You will now be able to gaze at this portrait and ask what would yours do since George W. Bush noted his portrait gave The White House collection nice symmetry It now starts and ends with a George W 8 years earlier It's a great pleasure to honor number 42 Bush 43 graded the man who beat and Bush 41 Bill Clinton loved the job of the presidency Mister president and I had mixed feelings coming here today We may have our differences politically
Devonshire's late Pick 6 lifts No. 17 Pitt over WVU, 38-21
"In their first meeting at 11 years 17th ranked pit score twice in 43 seconds with under four minutes to go to top rival West Virginia 38 31 in the backyard brawl After pit tied the game with three 41 to play MJ devonshire intercepted JT Daniels returning the pick 56 yards for what proved to be the winning score I have a little vision been a former primer Turner so I seen the crease and I knew I just had to run as fast as I could because I see it in the student section It was crazy Pitch Keaton slovis passed for 308 yards and a touchdown Daniels passed for 214 yards and two scores for the mountaineers Josh Valtteri Pittsburgh
Six of 43 missing Mexican students were kept alive in warehouse for days - The Guardian
"Information on what might have happened to 6 missing Mexican college students I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A Mexican official says 6 of the 43 missing college students who disappeared in Mexico in 2014 were allegedly kept alive in a warehouse for days and then turned over to the local army commander who ordered them killed Mexico's interior undersecretary Alejandra census's surprise new comet is the first time an official has directly tied the military to one of Mexico's worst human rights scandals That detail was not mentioned when the undersecretary made a lengthy defense of the commission's report that was released a week ago at that time he declared the abductions and disappearances a state crime
Both NKC Schools & Tom Holland Call for Less Cell Phone Usage
"Northern Kansas City, the northern Kansas City school system has announced that they have some new enforcement procedures to limit cell phone use at school. The district has stated that from 7 43 a.m. to two 40 p.m. student cell phone use is prohibited during class time from bell to bell. Cell phones are only to be used before or after school during a passing period or during lunch. Because they say that students help when you at school has been identified as a tremendous distraction. And while the deployment of the district issued macbooks, cell phones are now unnecessary for academics throughout the school day. I think this is a great idea. And I think it goes to the home as well and getting your kids off social media. I want to talk to Tom Holland is the actor who plays Spider-Man. And he just came out and made an announcement about leaving social media. And I think a step like this helps take your kid away from the constantly having their head in the phone. Here's Tom Holland. Hi guys. So I've been trying to make this video for about an hour now and for someone that has spent the last 1314 years however long I've been acting. Is it that long? Yeah, and probably is that long. I can not seem to say what I need to say without umming and arriving every 5 minutes. So I'm going to try again. So I have taken a break from social media for my mental health because I find Instagram and Twitter to be overstimulating to be overwhelming. I get caught up and I spiral when I read things about me online and ultimately it's very detrimental to my mental state, so I decided to take a step back and delete the app. That's fantastic. I think it's a great message for kids. I really do, because they have their heads in the phone all the
Biden Is Taking Credit for 'Reduced' Gas Prices & 'Zero' Inflation
"Now they're taking credit for reduced gasoline prices Now this is how it works You are paying a buck 50 for a gown of gas right Now you're paying what three 50 three 43 80 depending on where you live And they tell you gas prices have come down This is how they stupefy you They've come down from what $5 and $50 $5 and 50 cents a gallon They've come down from that 19 months ago I was paying a buck 50 Well now you're paying three 50 Live with it It's okay Doesn't matter Prices are coming down And inflation is actually zero Month to month at zero Oh that's weird I'm paying off a lot for food And clothing an interest rate because it's not zero It's never going to be zero because they change They lie that's what the Democrats they lie and they lie And they're good at it They have nothing Ponzi Ponzi scheme Ponzi is nothing on the Democrats Inflation's at 8.5% to consumers year to year Which for the Democrats equates to zero Just like massive new borrowing and spending actually reduces printing a paper and inflation Oh now I get it And if you have a male genitalia between your legs it's really irrelevant It's what's between your ears Unless of course unless of course you're appointed by the Democrats and the first time ever I have appointed a woman Wait a minute
Has Any Former Living President Violated the Espionage Act?
"Has any former living president Has any former living vice president Violated the espionage act Violated the section two O 7 one removed information Section 1519 obstructed You see we can't really know can we America unless their homes are actually searched Like Donald Trump's home was searched Unless they actually get a subpoena or volunteer through their lawyers To make their offices maybe even their wives closets but certainly their offices available for review Otherwise how do we know But the national archives said today is of no moment Has nothing to do with that They say the documents they secured in the they acquired and they were provided to them that Obama played by the book Okay did Obama take anything home They have no idea How about Joe Biden Joe Biden's a crook we know that He's corrupt Did he take any home We have no idea Push 43 Dick Cheney We have no idea
The Price of Goods Continue to Rise Year-Over-Year
"The price of eggs year to year is going up 38% The price of butter and margarine year to year has gone up 26.4% The price of coffee is going up 20.3% The price of poultry has gone up 16.6% Snacks have gone up 16.5% Milk 15.6% double digit inflation All across every food category Bread 13.7% up Fruits and vegetables up 9.3% Beef and veal up 3.4% I don't know where they're getting their beef and veal All food all told up almost 11% year to year And Biden's out there saying 0% inflation 0% inflation It's outrageous And the wrap month to month if you want to look at that 1.1% In the meteor there supporting them over on inflation dropped to 8 and a half percent annually 8 and a half percent annually Dropped that just means it's dropped from 9.1% So we're going from a 43 year high to 40 year high Do you feel relieved ladies and gentlemen
House Passes Bill to Boost U.S. Chip Production and China Competition
"The only good news yesterday is the Congress did in fact pass the chips and science act. Members of the House voted in two 43 to one 87, $52 billion in subsidies for U.S. chip manufacturers more than a 100 billion in technology and science investments. That latter thing that can go wrong. It's the former thing that's smart. Micron dot com is a big sponsor of this show. They have been battling for chips for a long time. They did not battle for the national science foundation money, but like everyone, we need clean air clean water, good food, and semiconductor chips. And we got to build them here because we can't rely on China, not invading Taiwan. Indeed, more on that later today.
Australian leader wants legislated carbon reduction target
"Australia's parliament has sat for the first time since the May elections with the country's new prime minister determined to have a greenhouse gas reduction target enshrined in law Legislation that would force Australia to reduce its emissions by 43% below 2005 levels by the end of the decade will be introduced into the House of Representatives this week if prime minister Anthony albanese's labor can persuade all 12 senators from the minor greens party to support the bill it will only need one more senator from the remaining 6 available to achieve a majority but the greens Adam bandt is critical We've been very concerned that the bill may put that wig target in to law in a way that would put a handbrake on future governments that might be willing to act according to the science The greens want Australia to slash its emissions by 75% by 2030 I'm Charles De
AP-NORC poll: 2 in 3 in US favor term limits for justices
"Most Americans think Supreme Court Justices should serve for only so long about two and three Americans say in a new survey that they favor term limits or a mandatory retirement age for Supreme Court Justices the poll by The Associated Press and the norc center for public affairs research finds that 67% of Americans support a proposal to set a specific number of years that justices serve instead of a lifetime appointment That's according to 82% of Democrats and 57% of Republicans 43% of those who answered the polls say they have hardly any confidence in the high court The poll was conducted just weeks after the court stripped constitutional protections for abortion and expanded gun rights Donna water Washington
Lee Zeldin's Prediction Was Correct: His Attacker Was Released
"David Jack a bonus 43 from fairport New York was arraigned overnight in parenton town court on account of second degree attempted assault, stemming from the attack on congressman zeldin, but was quickly released on his own recognizance. In a tweet after the vibe. Have you seen this incident? We've got the video of it if you're watching on Salem news channel today. A bystander took the person attending zeldin's rally. Was took video of this incident. And it's terrifying. You see this guy stroll across the stage confronts zeldin, tackles him to the ground and it turned out he had a blade. He pulled a blade out of his pocket, which of course was going to be used to stab him to death. In a tweet, after this incident in Monroe county happened. Tennessee Lee zeldin tweeted his words as he tried to stab me a few hours ago, were you're done. But several attendees quickly jumped into action and tackled the guy. Law enforcement was on the scene within minutes. Zeldin tweeted the attacker will likely be instantly released under New York's laws, Zelda was right. The guy was released.
"43" Discussed on The 43 Percent
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"43" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast
"And i never been able to do any of that so with anything else. It's it's so important to understand the past in where we've come from in really decide on where we wanna go. Because if you listen to my particular podcast reading like the time you'll see a recurring themes of certain things. Certainly one of those things is the finite amount of time. You have to do anything it is. You're gonna do where you're gonna spend that time but how are you gonna do that. Creating things that propel you forward that create other things not just. Oh i did x. y. z. Today and that's it in the days of kind of living our nights by the television. I mean my parents in the seventies and eighties. That's the way it was. Were they come home and we had certain shows. We watched if it was monday. Or tuesday or wednesday. And so on when you think of how mind boggling that is compared to today with her so much to do so much to get out get done and be a part of but that's how it was the work the day you came home and everybody had dinner together. Then there was certain shows on tv and by the way back then parents controlled the tv. Not the kids and they didn't have. Tv's in every room or a second dinner was done. Everybody disappeared into their room in either. Got on their tablet or their wash their own television show or whatever there was none of that in so we we have a lot more freedom now personally professionally things we wanna do than we've ever had. But are we accomplishing. More than i would argue. Yes that we are so thinking about moving forward with labor in if you're a leader in how the labor force is gonna go understanding all those things of how different it is now versus how different it was then in what people really want now but there are some themes that are static throughout at all that are the same and not that that was provided a lot back then but no matter how.
"43" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast
"You're gonna work eight to five monday through friday no matter what 'cause i think about for example a songwriter's that they would have songwriting sessions in. I remember listening to interview. Now let's say it was. This is going back several years. But don't tell her. I said there's she's all but going back several years. I wanna say it was shania twain. Was i was watching an article. Where they would have like mandated writing sessions. And they say okay. Hey show up a such a place in a couple of the writers with you in. It's at a fixed time and you just show up and you gotta write in for her. That was a big problem because he was like well. Sometimes the inspiration hits me when it hits me. New might not hit me at two pm on a tuesday in a lot of our work is starting to drift that way but then there's other things obviously were. You're bound by time. Then there's that that hard balance if you're leading a company who gets to do what what way what makes more sense in. What is the labor force telling us in what we're seeing now is the shift of the workforce saying and doing it versus when you think about way back when when we talk about these rallies and we talk about people demanding certain rights are marching in the streets and all that stuff versus you. Think about what we've talked about. Since mid twenty twenty of the great resignation meaning people are gonna go gravitate to the kind of jobs they want that. Let him work the way they want to do in. Go down that road so it's a lot different of we're not waiting on the government. Tell us that. Hey we were going to do something else. Plus all think about this the think about the power of social media that just about anybody for whatever reason there's a whole myriad of them i'm could get famous on tick-tock or instagram doing innocuous stuff that people despite entertaining and then the next thing you know that's what they do or they have their own youtube channel..
"43" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"That's the mander having bad moments but like why string those together into a necklace and then it's always like you know you're stuck in a closet. The the real panic. I'm going to be here. i'm gonna run out of here. I'm going to die. Nobody's gonna find me. They're gonna find me on monday and like that doesn't help you. Just calm down and maybe try and kick the door down. But i think as an act of love and doing it from this that that space setting yourself up for support so making sure that you have people around you whether it's friends or family members or a postpartum do life you don't have any of those Some way to to have like a community. Because that's really how we were meant to do this. We were never meant to be alone. My therapist was i remember telling her that. I would have some dark thoughts when i was alone with the baby and she was like yes we were never meant to be alone with our babies like never so just trying to have as much support as possible and having people around you and then there is a great book called the fourth trimester. That really talks a lot about this That i highly recommend reading or listening to before you have a the baby to just kind of get prepared for Yeah i for having support and again you're doing this trying to notice that you're doing it from a place of loving yourself and loving the baby and not from a place of being afraid that you're going to fall apart because i definitely was afraid. Can you read it after you have the baby. Because she's nine months pregnant. You can but but get audio book. Yeah you want to have time to prepare. 'cause you're not going to read a book for probably at least four five months after you have a baby fair also. Just like yeah. Having kindness for yourself noted in knowing that this part of it is so small so short in comparison knowing that you will return if you there will be probably a period of time where you're like Who am i and maybe not but you will return and you will. And everything is a season that changes. I also actually what. I wish i had had that. I didn't use my therapist. I i got my therapist. Three months after leila was born but i really wish i had had her in the early days so i i do recommend having a therapist and one that incorporates somatic stuff on the body Yeah i think that's all it. That's great thing. I actually thought of something else to that. Other person's question. What do you do when you don't feel like yourself i exercise. That's why i have my red and blue exercises. I got your zing. There's no i exercise. I don't exercise. I do i exercise. Although exercise is a great answer exercises is the best dancer dancing hiking and then but for me. I e y exercises because often when i'm feeling blue it's because i don't have access to the energy the mental energy to find connection and defined joy and appreciation because i just feel to mentally worn out and that's often in my case i'm pretty sure Linked to eye fatigue. That i have very bad convergence sufficiency which we've talked about abby. Emily was weird. That told me about that. After i had the car accident. So if you're eyes aren't operating properly in conjunction with one another if they're not confer converging sufficiently that can lead to brain fog. So i'll every four months. i'll just do this regiment. It's called h two s. To h t s to you have to get i think a doctor to prescribe it. Tim royer who did. The podcast is the one who turned me onto it. I'll do that again. So i'd like super also alphabrain and things like that. You no joke. That's not fake plug green. We are we good. I have a poem that we can great questions and we will continue to go through them in the coming episode. So if your question didn't get answered please keep listening. Yeah from into that you have a poem iva pollen.
"43" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"But when i heard about that guy eating the bat i was like yeah crispy mouse like delicious. Don't they batson three amiga do. That's what started. They also need bats an anchorman. To which one. I we re watched three amigos and i was like that's just in. There's no way that wasn't in the brains of the people writing in command to. I'm not saying this to say start. I'm saying like everything is a product of everything for a fried bats. I'm sure it was an inspiration. Like formed the senses of humor of the peep of mckay out like yeah for sure because it did for so many. I can also see a reality where you're like okay. Champ has a fried chicken place but it's bats mean. Yeah i could see both anyway so todd guru who is a teacher that we that we really love he talked about. Somebody asked him about intermittent fasting and he was like this is existed for thousands of years in india as a yoga. Because the idea is. If your stomach isn't digesting it can tend to the body so it's not about weight loss about healing is about regulating your levels and not giving your stomach. This constant churning task here turn this into liquid even like an apple. You're eating an apple. Really good luck with that. And it's like oh here. We go and the way that i would even when i was intermittent fasting. Sixteen eight which would mean you. Just start eating at like one and you'd stop eating at nine okay. That's one way to do it. But during those eight hours. When i was eating i was eating all day basically little bits. Meaning i'm cooking for leila. You're having snacks. I'm gonna. I'm gonna way too much those snacks. So he proposed or he didn't propose he illuminated meeting the idea and he said that this is a big yoga and thousands of years old. Is you eat twice a day and the key is to not eat for eight hours in between those meals and when he said that i was just like for some reason and this is the test everybody should run on all these things and then maybe talk to a doctor too but i was like That just sounds intuitively correct to. I don't know why. But i like that and i'm getting back to what you descend one thing. It just completely changed my relationship with food. I eat at ten basically on our normal day. And then i eat at seven is basically the no lunch thing and then it's the know snacking thing i've noticed a couple things. One is my digestion. Much better i have absolutely no heartburn occasionally have harbored meaning. My my stomach has no problem digest. You also stop eating two hours before bed. You can't just like eat at seven and then eat till you're asleep. Which is why i used to do. You have to stop two hours before you go to bed so all of that but the the main thing is i noticed that what i feel as hunger which is what you were saying the toilet until you feel something. Great on intentional joke minimize. That was good. bella. That i've noticed that what i call hunger is actually twelve things and none of them are hunger It's i'm stress yet. The world isn't going the way i want it to so i'm to make something happen. That is what i want. Yeah which is a box of jesus. I will resume control. I would resume agency. i deserve it. I'm the king of the castle. I'm powerful the world doesn't happen to me. I happen to the world. And it's a now that i've been forced because my brain is really really good with black and whites stopped drinking got it. Don't eat eight hours in between meals. Got like so again. I'm not saying this is for everybody. I'm not even saying this is for anybody but me but because i have to now feel the sensation and my brain goes hunger hungry. Eat something. And then i go where. We're not doing that right now. So then it's the feeling which is just like purple green cloud softens adds. It starts to dissipate. I can see what it was actually made of And it was not hunger. It was all i mean. I'm going to say the one of the where to pivot news. I had from doing this practices. Food ain't shit. Meaning it's getting close to seven. And i can eat and really the feeling is not that you want to eat but that you want to be allowed to eat it's on the mornings where you eat it like eight. Am and i'm allowed to eat it. Like what is that four. No problem going till seven. Because all i really want is the green light to do whatever they want but there have been so many times on a meeting that evening meal the dinner meal. Stop what i'm stepping. And i'm realizing that it's not making me feel how i thought it might make me feel. You're just eating it and fact it's just stuff. I just shooting nice. Well you can enjoy it but when you are constantly like a rat in a cage hitting the button for the cocaine cocaine inch late you think cocaine is the best thing in the world and when i was talking about cocaine addicted to food when you slow it down into these two regiments and things. I really have moments where i go. This is what all the commotion was about. This is what. I was obsessed about all day eating good stuff. Well because you have. And what. I'm hearing is that you have addressed the need underneath the hunger already and so then the need isn't as as deep. Yeah okay it's not. it's not fee. it's it's literally just feeding your body. It's not feeding now like a void because you had to feed the void for first set of essentially like mindful eating and intuitive eating. A lot of people have recommended that to us. And i definitely something i want to look more into but i've also experienced this where i would love to be more. Do more intuitive eating and and mindful eating without having to make rules. I was like the idea of intuitive. Remind fleeting is nothing without the rules. There i have only really been able to practice it when there are the rules and there is something to like. It's the example and thinking of is like you know leila will push up against a boundary really because she wants to hear a no so that then she can let out a cry cry and let out sadness and energy and stuff so there is sometimes having not boundary to push against to be like. Okay now what what is underneath this. That's interesting. I also thought another way to look at what you just said is that my body is asking for love right and go. Oh i've confused food with love but not really because when you're eating you can love yourself. The you know the food itself might not be love but your body is going. I'm stressed out. I need some attention. And so we've stapled the attention bill to the food bill. Yeah but what. I'm finding is you can because in.
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"Tie in a group played musical chairs the olympics your olympic your limbic sit-in intentioned bro. It's easier if you do an. But i think we could apply it. If you get a reaction brody gets a reaction out of you you can even be like okay. Semi limbic systems intention was to protect me to what i mean year. The one that their actions god yeah. No i love this. You know to get to safety to like protect my daughter to protect you. These are all. I don't feel like i have to do that. Obviously but there's like sir text yourself protect everybody and it's also like stop at like make it stop for yourself and for others. Yeah yes so that. It's trying to say like we're hearing basically. It's almost like not as bad as gunshots. Obviously but something unsafe. You're is having so it's going get to safety. Make it stop. Yes so this is something that you would do by the way after the reaction. You can't do that in the split. Second between two brody and the ratchet. But i think the more you practice this maybe it will over time changer reaction or maybe and maybe more likely it will change your relationship to your reaction like so you. That's got that's really helpful. Because the most fucked up thing is the more i study of mysticism and the debray. Go the the worst. I can feel that. I'm having like failing moment i'm like i know you're living spirit. I know you are precious. I know i should be in love. And then you're like embarrassment. So i just read that ritchie rohrer. Praise for one humiliation today. And i'm like so in that sense. Brody's this great gift. Because i shouldn't believe that. I have the control over these things that i'm willing myself and we're back to the performance principal. I'm willing myself through knowledge through meditation through practice. Whatever it might be into a place that i earned that is love and it's just a permanent conversion now because i did it did it. And he's a reminder that i haven't done it and i think i can feel riches voice saying good. Yeah because that's what's happening yet dying keeping born again. That's right and you can love that. That like your so. This would be something you kind of do in the meditation. Maybe after but really get the sense of what the intention is and this helps if you're feeling it in the body. What do i feel when brody reacts or when britain barks what does that. And when you ask yourself what the olympics intention is allow it to like arise from your body not your brain and then you nurture and address that an intention you say. Oh yes you wanted to keep me safe for. Centuries dame in sales dangerous noise was to alert me specifically i would imagine. I haven't heard this. But i think you are with probably to alert a human of danger. Exactly it's so encoded me. This is not a family for brody is saying he saying danger. Yeah that is brady is saying he's not saying hello. Yes and and so you tend to that directly and you love it love it and you're kind in your thank you for alerting. I'm okay and then you ask yourself. What is your highest intention. And that's kind of a a flipping. The story of i should be better on its head because it's actually saying well. What is now. You're hot now that we're calm. What is your highest self intention like to be connected to brody to see the divine brody and you connect in love with that intention to being like. I didn't do it. i'm not doing it. You're look at that beautiful intention in me that i want to do that. And your and your. It's not a failing because then tension is the thing you know a really nice. I think that's a really great i. I'm loving it. I mean. I heard it yesterday so only practiced it a couple times but it really is like. It's just helping me see things where i'm like. Oh that's just my my limbic intention. And i can nurture that and then i can redirect myself to identifying the highest self once. Ifm resurrection it. It's it's the the opposites. Yeah it's both sides of your brain. And that's what richie keeps saying over and over that it's not just being nice and believing the right things and being moral and it's not just scary icons of bleeding. I'd saying it's both. It's it's the death and i think if i got that right but it's like good and evil light and dark animal and spirit and this exam for sure. Well that's that's what he says. Is the paradoxes in the gospel so apparent my favorite is he says jesus was a man but he has the soul of a woman. And he's like if you look at how he talks. It's utterly feminine and he always great examples. I knew you would. That was so great moment. Thank you for sharing that. Do you want to hear a question. I do A week alone with unlimited money. What would he do. I thought that was a fun from ashley. Joe eighty four really final in a week alone. Time loner let's see what is this. What would each of you do. Oh you're right okay. A week alone with which is so funny because you were out of town last night and i when you got back. I was saying i was like. It's a good sign. I think usually when you're alone you do the things that you can't do. And i acknowledge that there was some co like a codependent flavor to this but when you were gone i realized that there's almost nothing that i wanna do that i don't do evidenced by my constant farda that when you're there it's just the same as the alone guy. Yeah it's almost like if i did hold in my. Oh i said the baton. I was like the fact that i don't really like exercise. Like i walk. And i hike sometimes. But like i don't like get on a machine and exercise is linked to how i fart in front of you because exercise is discomfort now for good later holding holding in a far too discomfort. Now offer good later. Like the idea. You have of me. But i will not exercise. And that's farting like farting is not exercising. Great you like it. I think that's really right on the money and very funny really. Should i do it on the stage. I think there's a way to do it. Yeah it's hard to say far it onstage without people thinking you're a total hack for. I think there's a way to do it. Forthing and exercising. This is something else. See and have no idea what it means. Also exercising is one of those words. How do you spell it. One of my. Can't i actually a pretty supreme speller. But i dot is one of my hardest. Were exercise and matt mccarthy bet squirrel and diarrhoea. Diarrhoea is impossible impossible for everybody. I think it's dr. It's not as weird as you think it is at first. Yeah and then there's the age h is that it now there's only one h. I think there should be a if you have an age. You gotta have two ages. Dr note h d. It's to are the sounds like a department that deals with diarrhea square reciting somebody. That's how i remember it dire r. h. e. a. Now oh dire really agree. A butcher dire like realize area. Not really she does. Oh isn't there another rea- okay. If there's a if there's a different i didn't say any pronouns but i know a wonderful okay. Yeah i was driving the wonderful re about your Rea- dire are wait. There's no h there's nothing to you spelled it wrong even in our example wave. i've forgotten. yeah. I'm never gonna. I'm never going to have it that so it's a dire situation for rea- i are ata. Yeah it's a dire situation for linda. Let your added decis. There's another rea- Carla in rhea ripley as a perfect ustralian. Brashly is rhea perlman. okay. Rhea perlman has diarrhea dire. But it's a are rea- do you realize. I don't know how many people are listening but at least ten thousand people just learned how to never not remember how to spell diarrhea. And that's a gift. We're giving the universe. Yeah that was a joke with dire rio. Okay you want to. Oh you get unlimited money. I'll yeah a week at. Here's here's what. I came away. My point was all i did..
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"I know you have some more paul stuff. The you're telling me last night. That i i want to share really. Yeah this stuff about the will. You did mention the corporate but like the corporate fan. Yeah and the stuff about the like potentially like quotes because for me. I'm like oh. Yeah ruin christianity but really. It's the miss understanding of paul that ruined christianity. That has all the like women as silent in church right. If you're interested in that. I i can't i can't adequately summarize all that but it's called the great themes apollo on it took about ten hours to really turn me because i went in that way too. But you know what richie lot of time. He's like he lived in a world like we live in a world. That can't imagine a reality where we don't murder or kill a million animals and our that. Actually we eat a million animals and our so. We're killing way more than that. I'm sure so. And i'm not even wagging my finger. I'm just saying there's a pair. There's a cooler larry. We live in a world where we couldn't conceive of world with. That's not happening. So if i was writing letters to a church that i started the church of weirdos and i said something like okay you know we eat meat but try to eat grass fed that in a thousand years in the vegan future. They would be like the fuck young. So you're okay with what paul says. He says master's be kind to your slaves or something and then in one letter. He says master's free or slaves but like what he does is he goes. This is blind spot. He's he's just wrong. He's writing letters. Never never intended to be scripture. What i mean. It wasn't like masters free or slaves in philippians. I believe finally eamon. I'm sorry finally. it's i used to shop at fly. finally.
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"Made it weird with the home. And now i'm here to. We made a weird forty three. Thanks for listening. It's a joy. We laughed a lot. We learned a lot. I learned something so good that i played the state by the bell theme song. That's true which is super call forward. I don't remember signing up for call forwarding. Guys it's always a free podcast as you know but so many people in with beautiful hearts reach out and they say how can we support the show. How can we say thank you. I always tell them the same thing. Try one of the pizza picks. These are our sponsors. But they're always things that i actually use and love. We have a new one on this episode. Which is ever lane lane They can use that if they want. We love it. It's an online clothing. I'm going to say it's not a superstar supervisor. But it's a super store i love it. I just signed up for it. I got my favorite sweatshirt. No lie 'cause they do like basics. What are they called. They call uniform the uniform series. I got an incredible sweatshirt credible. Sweatpants because that's how. I do it at home and my favorite jean jacket that i've ever owned i've always been looking for the right fit and the right style of jean jacket. I have so many of them. I'm giving them away because ever lanes sold me my favorite. It's like a blue classic. Jean jackets helix loves it. And it fits like i like. It's not like often when you get like a. I think it's no it's an xl. It's an exile when i get an xl. It'll still be to flow in baggy and they're like we know what you're about you monster and they sell you a tarp ever lane had that like fitted and just just enough style to make it cooler than just like a run of the mill. One i guess is what i would say i love. I love it so much. I went back to the website and got it in black. So this is a true peace pick and it is one of the great simple pleasures in life is getting a premium quality essential that complements every wardrobe at a more transparent affordable price. So as i said. I love it. What are they ever. Lane has made quality clothing with ethical factories which is super important and wonderful and radically transparent pricing. Since two thousand ten they do extensive research and vetting to use ethical factories. As i just said that provide fair wages and reasonable hours to skilled people who craft their clothing. So it's close at look that you can feel good about timeless design and their finest sustainable material so you can wear them for years to come and most retailers as you know hide their markups every lane believes their customers. Have the right to know how much closed cost to make. In fact share exactly how much their products cost to produce at each stage. So you know what you're getting and why why it costs a cost which i love i never. I've never seen a company. Do that before ever lane has everything you need to upgrade your your summer uniform. Whether you're going out on the town with friends or having a movie night with the fam- you can get work out to take out swimwear. Track where south for lounging at home. As i said. I got their sweatpants. Which i love or hitting up your favorite late night spot. They're breathable organic cotton track where it gives an elevated take to tried and true basics and.
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"Engage. this is this is your trick. This is your ticket to a healthy marriage. Get your heart in submission to christ male or female wherever. you are. Get in submission to christ because the single best way to prepare yourself for marriage. Get your heart in alignment..
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"That's why i like the way the message words. It and i think you know where it's talking about wives understand and support your husband's in ways that show your support for christ rate the husbands to provide leadership to the wife. The kristos church wives. You know it's not like wives submit right. I know in colossians. That's a where a lot of submission comes from. Is that colossians passage. That trish read where it's to your husband's as is fitting the lord never version. You know words it a little differently but it's always seems like wives submit to your husbands is kind of always the key there right and it sounds aggressive versus what she read out of the message in equations where it's live as support your husband's right the way that you show your support for christ and the husband provides leadership right providing leadership not just. He's gonna rule over you right and i don't. We'd have to look the other versions of that passage to see if it's worded more in a more aggressive tone or not but in in my opinion just like trish said that the way that that message translation words. That is a necessarily. Is it wrong. i don't think so. I think it helps you understand a little bit more from where we're coming from of. It's not a. I'm not here to rule over trash. She's not here to just submit to me that that word submit sounds. I'm sounds aggressive. She's here to to support me right. And then not only that but i later on where it talks about not abusing your own body. You feed and pampered right. i'm churches provider in essence. And i'm not saying that's the way it has to be across the board like we've talked about men don't just have to be the primary breadwinner women can go work. There's nothing wrong with that. Today's day and age when the bible was written in the way the world ran is very different than how things are today. Do you think there is a pressure on us. Though is women to when're at home pretend like we don't work and when we're at work to pretend like we don't have kids and it's hard because.
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"Volker beauty everything he does and says is designed to bring the best out of her dressing her in dazzling white silk radiant with holiness and that is how the husbands ought to love their wives the really doing themselves a favor since they already are one in marriage. No-one abuses his own body. Does he know he feeds and pampers it. That's how christ treats us the church since we are part of his body and this is why man leaves father and mother and cherishes his wife no longer to they become one flesh. This is a huge mystery. And i don't pretend to understand it. All what is clear to me is the way christ treats the church and this provides a good picture abou a husband should treat his wife loving himself in loving her and how each wife is to honor her husband. Genesis three sixteen says the woman he said and this was after the fall. I will make your pains and childbearing vary severe with painful labor. You will give birth to children desire will be for your husband and he will rule over you. Just wanna read one more. 'cause i i really want to drive home. The point that the bible has multiple scriptures that back that whites new submit to their husbands and that wives are under their husbands leadership so let's go to clashes. Three eighteen wives submit your husband's as is fitting to the lord husbands. Love your wives and do not be harsh. Chew them. children. Obey your parents and everything for this pleases. The lord fathers do not embitter your children or they will become the scourge slaves obeying earthly masters in everything and do it not only in their i when there is on you and you carry their favor but was sincerity of heart and in reverence to the lord. Whatever you do work at it with all your heart is working for the lord and not for human masters cenci know that you will receive an inheritance from the lord as a reward. It is lord christ who you are serving. There's so much. John pack there from three different scriptures. That you read there's different takeaways chronologically and you go back to genesis right. Which is the second one that you.
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"I'm a free thinker. I'm slightly rebellious i am. I'm very independent. I i like to do things on my own. Sure as tyler. I was like i do you know like i just i just have. That is who i am as part of my persona probably vagrant before brothers that i just went along with them and did their thing and independent. So submission was hard but it was a. It was a position in my heart. I had to work through to get there. I also struggled committing the thaddeus. Because i dint honestly always feel like he was worthy my submission and i know that sounds horrible. But i didn't always think as a leader of our family. He was making the best choices. And so that was definitely a reason why i struggled with submitting also so i had the rebellious. Yes but i also had a trust issue with him and his leadership. And so what i began to do. Is i began to pray and ask god to help me submit but then also the other part of my prayer was that god would make thaddeus somebody who i wanted to submit to somebody who i could really trust and honestly i can't even compare who he is now to who he was then sixteen years ago because it's just such a different person there you know why i think and i don't want to use it as an excuse but we did get married young. We've been together twenty years between dating and marriage. We were teenagers right. We got married right at twenty and it's just been growing up together. Essentially into adulthood we young parents et cetera. I don't wanna use that as an excuse. I think it's valid though if if you're someone who's on the younger side of the spectrum of thinking about marriage or maybe you are married and your young of it's going to there's going to be some growing pains there but that being said even if you're in your thirties or your forties and just getting married it still going to be a struggle totally growing pains of becoming one flesh painful it because honestly if if you if your thirties and forties and you're getting married or late twenty s or whatever not early twenties teenager just to to make this come full circle. The the.
"43" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast
"Cast as we committed to last week. We are talking about submission in marriage so talking about what that means what it is what it isn't now keep in mind. These are these are our stances so you might come across someone else who views this very different way than us. Or maybe they agree. Maybe you agree. Maybe you don't get. We're not looking to necessarily debate. Anyone these are our thoughts and opinions on it submission in marriage. Let's just start with what it isn't so it's not taking for granted each other. It's not being abusive to each other. It's in essence. It's not me like over something over trish of hey i'm in charge and you have to do this or there's these repercussions right. Submission isn't something you can make me do. Its position in my heart against something. I should hold over trish of if you don't do a. I'm going to punish you or i'm going to work. In the worst cases be to write. That happens in the world. Yeah it's definitely submission. In people taking the bible out of context have used it in a very horrible awful on godly way. That actually defiles what the bible means when it says wife's matere has been. It's been very abused scripture. Not i wouldn't maybe not the most abuse scripture but it's definitely one of the top abused scriptures. I think throughout history also suber misunderstood. And it's not like i said it's not a controlling thing either where think of it in a way of even in finances of having every little check and balance of like you know. You can't buy that you can't do this. You know that this money is only for this and this alone. Whatever or like you get an allowance or heard of before you know we have budgets. I guess you but it's a budgets different than an allowance. something to that you have to earn. Where budget is something that parameters that you put around your finances to help that.
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"43" Discussed on The Entwistle Podcast
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"43" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
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