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"65" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | Last week

"65" Discussed on 710 WOR

"65% in the first four months of this year, Transportation alternatives finds the most danger is in Brooklyn and Staten Island, where they don't call Highland Boulevard, the boulevard of death for nothing, Even if the light turns red. I don't go until I make sure it's all clear the group wants more protected bike lanes and pedestrian plazas. Alice Stockton. Morosini WR News news This morning brought you by Catholic Health. Long live Long Island is about seven Oh, three. Let's get our check on traffic down. What's anyway? Good morning. Watch out for delays on the Belt Parkway westbound from the Southern State Parkway into Merrick Boulevard. That earlier crash is now out of your way. Grand Central Parkway West found at the ClearView with an accident. One lane is closed. Over to the L A US bound it Willis Avenue. We're working on a crash that earlier crash eastbound Ella injects its 60 for Hawkins Avenue that involves the FedEx truck that's been cleared Hutch South down your Moronic avenue with an accident in the Marinich. And Bronx River Parkway South at Horny Road has an accident Working in East Chester. This report is sponsored by the Buck Sexton Show. Podcast, The Buck Sexton podcast Found on the I. Heart radio APP and Apple Podcast. Please tune in every day for the latest, some politics, national security and culture from a former CIA officer's perspective. Buck Sexton podcast. Listen, wherever you listen to podcasts are next Traffic update is coming up in 15 minutes on New York. 7 10 w O R. What plays like a cowboy, Please. There's no time like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a cab I can today. Yeah, When you're all that whole crowd boys contained.

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Apple Earnings, Revenue Soar

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Apple Earnings, Revenue Soar

"A blowout quarter for Apple. The tech giant's results smashed estimates on both the top and bottom lines as iPhone revenue soared. 65% Neck and iPad sales growth was even greater. Facebook's quarterly earnings and revenue also handily topped expectations shares. Both Apple and Facebook moved solidly higher and extended

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Biden Delivers His First Joint Address to Congress

Radio Specials

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Delivers His First Joint Address to Congress

"Address to Congress as NPR's miles. Parks reports buying used his roughly 65 minute speech to celebrate US vaccination efforts. And to promote his infrastructure and American family plans. President Biden argued that the U. S needs to tax wealthier Americans more and use that money to create infrastructure jobs and support child care and education for blue collar and middle class Americans. The U. S is also now administered more than 220 million covert vaccine shots. And Biden painted a picture of a country on the road to recovery now. After just 100 days. I can report to the nation. America is on the move again, Biting, mentioned the capital insurrection at the end of his speech and said he has never been Mork confident in American democracy. Miles parks. NPR NEWS Washington U. S Senator Tim

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Les McKeown, Who Fronted the Bay City Rollers, Dies at 65

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Les McKeown, Who Fronted the Bay City Rollers, Dies at 65

"Bay City rollers singer less McEwan has died suddenly at the age of sixty five according to his family I marches are a letter with a look at his career Q. one was the second singer for the B. C. the rollers replacing Nobby Clark in nineteen seventy three they had a string of hits in Britain before hitting number one in the U. S. was Saturday night in nineteen seventy six their success continued with pop songs like money honey and I only want to be with you plus they were cute B. Q. and said in a two thousand one AP interview female fans would go to great lengths to meet them we would even get jobs as a chambermaid so they would be able to come in your room and you know do things not only for the girls

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Boeing Raises Mandatory Retirement Age for CEO Calhoun by 5 Years

The KFBK Morning News

00:21 sec | Last month

Boeing Raises Mandatory Retirement Age for CEO Calhoun by 5 Years

"There's a pretty big one. Also, we have Boeing. Speaking of transportation Boeing, they did have a kind of mandatory retirement age of 65, but they like their CEO. He's 64 years old. So now the board is saying, OK, OK, 70 let you retire. It's 70. So Dave Calhoun is gonna stay on as the CEO bowing. It would appear anyway for

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Top French Court Rules Killer of Jewish Woman Cannot Stand Trial

Fresh Air

01:00 min | Last month

Top French Court Rules Killer of Jewish Woman Cannot Stand Trial

"President Emmanuel Macron is urging a change in French law. That's after a court ruled the man who killed a Jewish woman in 2017 is unfit to stand trial because he acted in delirium due to drug taking. NPR's owner, Beardsley reports is a growing outcry over the ruling among Jewish groups and beyond. 65 year old Sarah Halimi died in 2017 after being pushed out the window of her Paris apartment by her neighbor, a 27 year old from Molly, who shouted Koranic verses and called her a demon. The killing stoked debate over anti Semitism among radicalized Muslim using predominantly immigrant neighborhoods. Hopefully, trial. Ray has been in psychiatric care ever since Now, the court has ruled that trial Ray, a heavy pot smoker, committed the killing after succumbing to a delirious fit and was thus not responsible for his actions do say the ruling sets a dangerous precedent that will undermine the fight against anti Semitism. Lawyers for Holly means families say they intend to refer the case to the European Court of Human

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United Airlines Reports Fifth Consecutive Quarterly Loss

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:44 sec | Last month

United Airlines Reports Fifth Consecutive Quarterly Loss

"After the bell, the carrier posted a larger than expected loss for Q one. United said the halting net losses will be possible. Here's the caveat when business and international traffic recovers. Around 65% of levels seen back in 2019. Now the airlines uncertain, longer term outlet reflects the overall industries struggled to predict the strength of an expected summer rebound in travel. Interestingly, just today, the U. S State Department said it was changing the way it issues travel advisories. This would reflect the prevalence of the Corona virus. Move is said to result in about 80% of the world's big nations being considered no go zones, Paul Apples,

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Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Broke Major Country Music Record

The Ben & Skin Show

00:36 sec | Last month

Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Broke Major Country Music Record

"Taylor Swift, celebrating a number one album over the weekend, her third in the past year. The hit Grammy Award winning singer taking the top spot once again with fearless Taylor's version, which is a re recording of her 2008 album. In the past year, Taylor has released folklore evermore and the redone version of Fearless, but she's still not done. She tweeted fans over the weekend and said that she's already in the studio recording her next album. Swift now also becomes the first woman in the 65 year history of the Billboard chart to have three new number one albums in less than 12. Months is my

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Health Experts Push Back on Texas Governor's Herd Immunity Claim

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:40 sec | Last month

Health Experts Push Back on Texas Governor's Herd Immunity Claim

"Leahy Governor Greg Abbott claims Texas could be close to reaching herd immunity for the coronavirus. Even though vaccination and infection rates remain far below levels needed to stop it from spreading. The Republicans spoke to Fox News Sunday, more than 70% of our seniors have have received a vaccine shot. More than 50% of those who are 50 to 65 have received a vaccine shot. I don't know what hurt him. Unity is, But when you add that to the people who have acquired immunity, it looks like it could be very close to her immunity. Public health experts believe herd immunity is not possible until at least 70% of the population is immune so far less than 20% of Texans are

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New Study Says Moderna Vaccine Leads to More Side Effects

Dan Carroll

00:30 sec | Last month

New Study Says Moderna Vaccine Leads to More Side Effects

"A new study suggests people who get the maternal cove in 19 vaccine or more likely to experience side effects versus those who get the pies your shots. Data from the CDC, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, says the reactions were mostly benign and include injection site pain, fatigue, itching and headaches. After the first shot, 74% of survey respondents said they experience side effects with the maternity shot. First. The 65%, who experienced side effects with the Fizer shot the condition of side effects after the second dose increases slightly for both defies her image or no vaccines.

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King County's health officer provides snapshot of COVID-19 activity and vaccination efforts

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:33 min | Last month

King County's health officer provides snapshot of COVID-19 activity and vaccination efforts

"Bad news type of update from the Seattle King County public health officer. Dr. Jeff Duchin likes to start his weekly UPDATES by comparing the covert outbreak to the weather forecast. This week's forecast is for continued mostly cloudy with storms possible. Over the past week, 255 new cases were reported daily, which was similar to the week before end up almost 80% from mid March. But a lot of people coming down with Cove it are not the most vulnerable incident rates have been trending up for all age groups, except for ages. 65 older and under five years with the highest rates in the 18 to 24 year olds, followed by 25 to 49 year old In the 5 to 17 year Old age group. He says he remains the geographic divide in the county. Overall Cove in 19 incidents remains highest in the cities and south and Southeast King County. Including Covington, Enumclaw. Auburn can't federal way Burian renting to quell A and C tech and, well, people continue to be hospitalized. The good news is that deaths have fallen dramatically since the peak of the fallen winter, Serge On average. Over the past week. One King County resident has died of covert 19 each day, compared with nine deaths per day during the winter peak. And although most of our oldest adults are protected through vaccination, not everyone is vaccinated. And went transmission increases in the community. The virus still confined its way to those who are most vulnerable and remain unprotected. And with that in mind,

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Dustin Johnson down 9 in Masters

Mornings on Maine Street

00:20 sec | Last month

Dustin Johnson down 9 in Masters

"Thanks bill after round one of the master's Justin Rose has the early lead despite being to over seven holes into the first day. Rose finished with a seven under 65. Four shots ahead of the rest of the field. Brian Harman and Hideki Matsui Yama are tied for second defending champion Dustin Johnson Shallah to over 74. He's nine strokes back. The second round started this morning

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Masters day one: Justin Rose leads the way with superb 65

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

01:55 min | Last month

Masters day one: Justin Rose leads the way with superb 65

"Tournament play is officially underway in the eighty fifth masters tournament as justin rose shoots a career-best seven-under-par sixty five in the opening round here at augusta national golf club. It's the best round he's ever played here and he's played nearly sixty rounds. It's the four-time in roses career that he leads the masters after the first round. He's never won the tournament. Here's what rose had to say after his tremendous first round here at the masters. Obviously it was tough out there in a start. A what did the eagle at eight do for you. Just give you a spark yet. Maybe settled me down. If i'm honest i kind of knew overthrew seven's not the end of the world but also knew that you you're going in the wrong direction You can't win the golf tournament today in the sixty five calm win today. You probably lose today. Obviously and i was very aware being coupla overthrew seven things were you know didn't hit the panic button yet by kind of a reset just prior to that and i just don't if i can get myself back around even par days worked so obviously the eagle boom straight back in there and i guess almost is piggybacking birdie straight away at number nine seventy turned in one under i could feel like i could actually leave the front nine behind as a job. Well done and kind of move into the back nine and try and build a score so from that point on. I kind of aware that the lead was only three and play decent back. Nine was basically You know very good day's work. And then i mean then i just go on a great run and Just trying to stay out of my own way and just kind of get it to the club. Alison just keep doing what. It's doing part of the beautifully today. Read the koreans unbelievably well. And yeah. i mean if you decide to me walking out the no johnson is playing a little tricky for that but You know it's yes. It's incredible the it's a good reminder that you just never know what can happen out there just to stick with it on the golf course

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Masters day one: Justin Rose leads the way with superb 65

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

01:55 min | Last month

Masters day one: Justin Rose leads the way with superb 65

"Tournament play is officially underway in the eighty fifth masters tournament as justin rose shoots a career-best seven-under-par sixty five in the opening round here at augusta national golf club. It's the best round he's ever played here and he's played nearly sixty rounds. It's the four-time in roses career that he leads the masters after the first round. He's never won the tournament. Here's what rose had to say after his tremendous first round here at the masters. Obviously it was tough out there in a start. A what did the eagle at eight do for you. Just give you a spark yet. Maybe settled me down. If i'm honest i kind of knew overthrew seven's not the end of the world but also knew that you you're going in the wrong direction You can't win the golf tournament today in the sixty five calm win today. You probably lose today. Obviously and i was very aware being coupla overthrew seven things were you know didn't hit the panic button yet by kind of a reset just prior to that and i just don't if i can get myself back around even par days worked so obviously the eagle boom straight back in there and i guess almost is piggybacking birdie straight away at number nine seventy turned in one under i could feel like i could actually leave the front nine behind as a job. Well done and kind of move into the back nine and try and build a score so from that point on. I kind of aware that the lead was only three and play decent back. Nine was basically You know very good day's work. And then i mean then i just go on a great run and Just trying to stay out of my own way and just kind of get it to the club. Alison just keep doing what. It's doing part of the beautifully today. Read the koreans unbelievably well. And yeah. i mean if you decide to me walking out the no johnson is playing a little tricky for that but You know it's yes. It's incredible the it's a good reminder that you just never know what can happen out there just to stick with it on the golf course

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Miami-Dade improving Covid vaccination rates, nearing 25,000 shots a day

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:41 sec | Last month

Miami-Dade improving Covid vaccination rates, nearing 25,000 shots a day

"Miami Dade has the dubious distinction of having the most coronavirus cases in state. But there is some good news. Miami Dade is doing well when it comes to vaccination rates. Doctor Peter Page says the county is getting close to seeing 25,000 shots a day compared to 15,000 per day in early March, would just encourage everyone to continue to promote vaccination. And when you get an opportunity to get a vaccine, please get it. Some 800,000 people have been vaccinated. Countywide 72% of them are 65 older, so he expects the caseload to continue going down. Miami Dade as the highest seven day average of cases in the state A 1240 the county's midnight to six A.m. curfew expires Monday.

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New York Doormen Who Stood By After Brutal Attack on Asian Woman Are Fired

Richard Eeds

00:24 sec | Last month

New York Doormen Who Stood By After Brutal Attack on Asian Woman Are Fired

"New York City doorman who stood by as an Asian woman was brutally assaulted have been fired. Security video shows the dorm and inside the building as the alleged attacker stomped on a 65 year old Asian woman last week in Manhattan. Property managers, the Brodsky organization said, even though the doorman emerged to assist the victim and flag down an NYPD vehicle emergency and safety protocols were not followed.

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246 vaccinated residents diagnosed with COVID; 3 dead, Michigan reports

Ernie Brown

00:21 sec | Last month

246 vaccinated residents diagnosed with COVID; 3 dead, Michigan reports

"Health officials are looking into nearly 250 cases of fully vaccinated people contracting coronavirus. Their cases are being reviewed to see if they qualify as breakthroughs off those cases. There's hospital data on 117 of them 11. People were hospitalized and three people over the age of 65 died. Two of those deaths occurred within three weeks of being fully vaccinated.

Doormen Fired For Standing By After Attack on Asian Woman, New York

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | Last month

Doormen Fired For Standing By After Attack on Asian Woman, New York

"We're getting an update to that story about an Asian woman attacked in Manhattan and the doorman who watched it all unfold. A Brodsky organization, which manages the Midtown Manhattan building, where the attack last Monday took place says it has fired the two doorman who were seen in the video closing the door. The attack on the 65 year old Asian woman happened just outside the apartment building. As she was walking to church in broad daylight, the building workers union said at the time. A staffer called for help immediately, But surveillance video showed the men waited more than a minute to open the door and even let residents walk in and out during that time. A suspect has been arrested who was living in a nearby homeless shelter? Mac

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246 vaccinated residents diagnosed with COVID; 3 dead, Michigan reports

Hammer and Nigel

00:38 sec | Last month

246 vaccinated residents diagnosed with COVID; 3 dead, Michigan reports

"Been fully vaccinated, caught the virus, and the Michigan Health Department says three of them died. Boxes, Jessica Rosenthal reports. Michigan's Health Department says in a statement that 246 people contracted Cove it at least two weeks after being fully vaccinated. 11 people were hospitalized and three people over the age of 65 died. Two of those deaths occurred within three weeks of being fully vaccinated. Statement notes that visor and Madonna's vaccines are 95 94% effective and add that the CDC is working on a website examining breakthrough cases and the data surrounding those to be launched in several weeks. Jessica

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"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"With news organizations in terms of how to manipulate the news there Pentagon officials involved in press releases that go to the. The media in which intelligence is used to manipulate public opinion? Which is a violation of the charter of any intelligence Organization then you have retired generals who serve as press spokesman for all the networks and they're it's never revealed which military industrial firms They worked for this. Melvin Goodman. He's a former CIA analyst. And he's saying that the. Us government is in the business of manipulating public opinion. Here's another clip from the associated. Press the Defense Department is ramping up. Its spending as a delves further into shaping public opinion around the world and at home. This is a fight for the human terrain means that being able to influence populations to support government objectives. It's a fight. The Pentagon is taking seriously in all its spending nearly five billion dollars with more than twenty seven thousand people working to get its message out however some in Congress are questioning if it's also breaking the law by engaging in domestic propaganda the heck is going on here. The bottom of the story is just falling out billions propaganda. What the science up soldiers I talked to said. They're not allowed to conduct any missions targeting American civilians but is it illegal for the US government to put out propaganda to change civilian opinion. Let's take a look at history to try to see the. Us has engaged with a lot of domestic propaganda overtime. World War One World War. Two are obvious. Of course I mean just Google propaganda poster and chances are you're GONNA see a World War. Two poster created by the American government targeting American citizens to get them to get behind the war. And then there's also propaganda campaigns to get people behind the Cold War and also. Let's not forget when Nixon said this? America's public enemy number one in the United States is drug abuse in order to fight and defeat this enemy. It is necessary to wage Niu all out offensive. This started the war on drugs which has lasted fifty years now and the. Us Government has funded quite a lot of propaganda around. This this is this. Is Your brain on drugs. Also known that the Ad Council which is a nonprofit which distributes public service announcements it is funded and works closely with the US government to convey messages to the people. I mean that's shaping public opinion right and check this out. See once you know what to look for it. You start seeing everywhere so. I'm watching Netflix last night. And there's this show called Waco which goes over the story of David Koresh and he's hiding out in this building with like seventy other people but the police and FBI want him to come out because he's dangerous and keyed you. Not This is what the police and the FBI say in the show. So what's your plan? Then it's time to apply pressure decker. Wants to start. Implementing PSI OPS. To get them out you want to psychologically torture them not torture. It's a safe way to push. This is not an FBI sanction strategy. You do understand that. Don't think I haven't thought this through and so the story goes the FBI brought in a team and during the night would shine searchlights on the compound and play this noise through the loudspeaker. As Best I can tell this was the actual soundtrack plate for hours in Waco to try to drive these people out of their compound in the videos of this standoff you see military tanks ramming into the building doesn't have tanks so if they had to get help from the military for the tanks wonder who got help from to do sign this is a clear example of when. Us government has conducted psychological operations on American civilians. Let's look at the law now. In Nineteen forty-six the Smith Month Act went into effect which banned the State Department from disseminating information to US civilians. So it's illegal for the Pentagon to push propaganda to US Americans but in two thousand thirteen. We were facing a new enemy al Qaeda and they were actively recruiting. Us civilians to fight for them and conduct terrorist activities in the US and so president. Obama lifted the ban on domestic propaganda in an attempt to combat al-Qaeda so this disallowed the State Department to push propaganda materials to us. Us citizens now and this law has not been changed since two thousand thirteen. So I guess it's legal and that alone is another rabbit hole the. Us government is legally allowed to spend money and resources to try to persuade me to do something which I guess makes it legal for them to try to craft a new stories and alter the messaging on mass media. I think it's becoming more clear now. Where's it more blurry I don't know but let's bring this back to? Cya Do you remember when the US in Iraq? If so I bet you have. A vivid memory of the statue of Saddam Hussein being toppled over by. Us troops. Am I right? How exactly is that image of one statue falling etched into your memory so strongly sign up? That's how and let me explain. Here is an interview with BBC World Affairs Reporter. Who was there filming that statue being toppled over in two thousand three the entire live cameras of the world press where on the balcony of the Palestine Hotel and that was really the only events that they saw about Iraq is coming out so it was a sort of made for TV moments the. Us Army conducted an investigation into Operation Iraqi Freedom and published a five hundred page report. Outlining many of the major events of that war and in here is a story from a team. Who was there when the statute was toppled and according to the US? Army soldiers were present for this and taking part in the toppling of the statue. They saw the media circus. That was there in fact they even said there was just as many people as there were Iraqis there that day. And if you look at the footage you can see tons of people with video cameras in the crowd. Science team saw the local Iraqis. Were already beating the statue with sledgehammers the jumped into action and started using the loudspeaker to talk to the locals. Organiz them in conduct crowd control while the. Us troops. Tear down the statue at one. Point the CY team even ran in Iraqi flag up the statue and then got some local kids to climb on the record which was bringing down the statue and eventually it fell. This was a major up mission. World was tuned in and watching. Because it's not so easy to show that a city has fallen but you can use symbols like this which is powerful because this kind of stuff speaks so much louder than words do. Yeah I have that memory from watching the news then but this meant a lot more. It's their Iraqi people than it did to me. And the science mission was likely targeting the Iraqi people to bolster support from the locals who disliked Saddam Hussein but when the world's news cameras all captured it it had a secondary effect it gave the impression that the US was winning the war which stoked emotions in the US people. Either yeah us. Usa USA or you might have looked at this and said what's wrong with us. Why are we invading messing with these people? Either way as an American watching the statue come down probably would have given you an emotional reaction of some kind and I guess what? I'm hoping for here. Is that with all this information now when you see something on TV. That's a stunning image. Or something on social media. That's affecting how you feel. Stop and double. Check the source of this message. Is this message trying to provoke an emotion in you especially negative emotion like hatred or fear? That's a tactic of propaganda. Asya trick don't fall for it. Look behind it and try to see. Where is this message coming from? Is it a paid message like an ad or from a news? Alad that has historically created propaganda was designed to get you to act on. Fear is it giving non factual information. That's trying to rile you up. You've got better is now to see through this. Use them wisely. Don't trust any politician that tries to get people to vote based on fear. It's a shady trick designed to manipulate. You don't even be part of any. Groups has fear as a central point to it. Fear is Maur in your brain. It affects you negatively and causes you to do things. That often aren't good for you. You're virus is logic and facts. Don't get infected.

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"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"And if we use it enough it changes who we are as a society but the point is we're all being targeted by PSI ups constantly all day every day whether we watch. Tv read the news or just surf casually Internet in any capacity so many companies and organizations are spending millions of dollars to persuade change and influence our behavior and it's particularly hard in the US to stop it since there's this whole First Amendment free speech thing if somebody wants to say something they should be allowed to say it. But what if someone is part of a major propaganda machine with horrible motives and lots of resources to cause in our country? Should they have unchecked free speech rights to? It's really complex and let me take a minute to talk about algorithms. We're living in a world that history has never seen before where computers sometimes no more about us than we do. And what has historically limited? This has been our lack of understanding of biology and our lack of ability to collect amounts of data on people. But today we've overcome these obstacles so Adams and a are now hard at work learning everything about you. I'll give you an example. I really been into Jawohl Noah Harari lately. He wrote these amazing books. Sapiens and twenty-one lessons for twenty century and listening to him talk about Algorithms is so fascinating. Here's Yuval. I was twenty one when I finally realized that I was gained has been obvious at age. Sixteen fifteen and algorithm would have realized it very quickly and you can build algorithms like that today or in a few years. You just need to to follow your eye movements like you you go on the beach or you you look at the computer screen and you see attractive gun trucks girl and just follow. The focus of the is the is go. And whom do they focus on? Should be very easy and such an algorithm could have told when I fifteen that I was gay and the implications are really mind boggling when an algorithm knows such an important thing about you before you know it about yourself now we can go in all kinds of directions. It really depends on where you live and what you do with it. So maybe I don't know about myself that I'm paying but Coca Cola knows because they have these rhythms and they want to know that because they need to know which commercials to show me. Let's say Coca Cola knows that I'm gay and I even noted about myself. They know it and Pepsi doesn't Coca Cola will show me a commercial with showed list Guy Drinking Coca Cola but Pepsi will make the mistake of showing the girl in the Bikini and next day without my realizing why when I go to the supermarket when I go to the To the restaurant I will order Coca Cola Pepsi. I don't know why but they know Google and facebook can just look at your browsing history to determine your gender political views sexual preferences what you've bought recently. What you're thinking about buying next. How many kids you have. And you'll even keep track of their age through the years. They collect all this information because they're selling it to people like ad agencies and they want to keep you on their site longer so though custom tailor your experience to be the best for you. Netflix is always trying to pick what movie they think. I WANNA watch knicks. Spotify is at my play history and automatically throwing an Asong mix. I didn't tell it to play but he thinks my like. And why are they doing this? Because companies know these algorithms work and they know our brains are hackel and can be persuaded to keep using their services for longer periods of time. If given the right dose of information. When I was young I was told to follow my heart and to try to live out my dreams. This sounds like good advice. But I can't help but think now that my heart and dreams have been influence and persuaded by nation states ad agencies and stuff. I've just seen randomly online. And they're probably not my actual dreams so it's almost dangerous now to tell someone to follow their heart because their heart might have been hacked and it's not who they really are. I guess I knew all this was happening for a while. Now but what I didn't know is how the US Army was conducting this on foreign. Nationals troops are out there using loudspeakers handing out leaflets. But it goes beyond that. Sometimes they fly over a town and dump leaflets on the town or sometimes the fly over a town and broadcast TV or radio signals. That can be picked up by anyone in the town and I also read the. Us Army knows that their adversaries are spreading propaganda online through forums and telegram groups which is popular chat apps and twitter so if the adversary is on their USA APP seems must be able and ready to listen and respond to these channels to which move PSI OPS to the online world and that just opens up the playing field in a major way also. I learned the military has changed the name of science since it has a negative connotation they now call it me so. Dan's for military information support operations with any of this new though now that I get it and step back to take a look at it. This is just propaganda. And if I'm GONNA talk about propaganda I'd be remiss if I didn't talk about Edward Bernice. He passed away in nineteen ninety five when he was one hundred and three years old. But there's an archival interview I found of him from Nineteen eighty-six as you're the father of public relations. What led you more than sixteen years ago to see the need for public relations. I was ninety four years old during this interview. Is it number of the United States Committee on public information in World War One and what Edward Bernez did in World War One is? He went to. President Woodrow Wilson and said. Hey Look if you WANNA win this. You're going to have to sell this war to the American people so Edward started up one of the first propaganda machines ever and I found. That ideas were weapons. And we're even more effective than bullets. He understood that if you want to persuade people don't use facts or try to logically get people to follow you instead. Gopher their emotions skip the facts and just draw on their instinctual urges and maybe even scare them and get them to act based on fear so we start designing these propaganda posters in an attempt to get the American people to get behind World War. One and join the fight. One poster is of Statue of Liberty in tatters and flames with bombs. Falling on it and another is a picture of the world being gobbled up by the bloody hands of guerrilla. Who's wearing a German uniform? Facts didn't matter to him. His mission was to persuade people and to get them to bend to change their hearts and minds and he was wicked good and very successful total of three. Us presidents employed the help of N Word Bernez to get him to the people of the United States for whatever political agenda? There was at the time in one thousand nine twenty. He wrote a book titled Bro. Gunda by Edward our Bernie's which reads like a how to on persuading people and a major scale chump. So warn organizing chaos. He was also very clever at changing the names of things to make them sound better. Like for instance in nineteen twenty nine. It was taboo for women to smoke cigarettes but he would pay women to March in The New York Easter Day parade smoking cigarettes and when people ask ladies what are you. Smoking they said were smoking torches of freedom. The newspaper printed this outrageous stunt not knowing. It was an attempt to sell more cigarettes and win. The newspapers called cigarettes torches of freedom at sparked a whole wave of women who started smoke. Frank Luntz is the modern day. Edward Bernez Frank has changed the way people feel about certain things just by changing. The name of the thing like for instance. Frank realized that. When you say we'll drilling. It has a certain emotion to it. But if you change it to energy exploration becomes more neutral unless people complain and they're also used to be a thing called death tax but frank changed that to estate tax instead of wiretapping. Frank calls it electronic intercepts and if you listen closely you'll notice that a lot of politicians use this kind of language when discussing these topics which drastically changes the way. We feel about those topics but enough about frank. Listen to this guy. There Pentagon contracts.

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Darknet Diaries

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Overseas. Right now I get rocketed fairly regularly. Missiles are different thing. Though do you a do you know the difference? He said yes. And you know the difference. I know that these are coming. Because I'm on the Pakistani side of the border and I just saw them flying overhead so ice and this is one of those very weird moments excite. It's it's what we call single source unvetted. I don't I haven't vetted this actor. He's just one guy so unvetted single sourced and it's some random dude in some random IRC channel on the inter-. So I quietly. Take that report and handwrite it. This is one of those. I don't even want touching my email. Inbox I walk that report over to the intelligence people just handed to them. I don't want touch that anymore. Don't tell me anything about it. You Go then. I go to bed that night. Wake up the next morning and I'm doing my just meeting with my sources and three individuals sources said all the posturing people are talking about the Largely the people that live on in the Afghan tribal zone area. That you hear about all those people are talking that at a village had been hit in the Kunar province Pakistan missiles at three or four or five of these people are all reporting back to same thing multiple reports from each of them at all Pakistan. The Pakistan people are talking about. And that's enough for me. That's enough for me to hop back in the drive straight back to base hop on dire. See who the hell are you? The dude tells me who says he wants to hire back in America and he was hiring meets. Be A to lead. The Threat Intel analysts asks. She knew that new intelligence worked and knew that I was fairly up on what accuracy. So after I finished my one year in Afghanistan I moved to New York City and started at that point. It was now my my job to gauge with actors identify. What was what was going on. Every single day at report that up interesting John was trained on how to distill what was going on with adversaries in foreign nations now. He's shifting his focus to listen to the Hacker World Report. What's happening there to his clients which were large companies who hire them to get advanced knowledge. Of what kind of attacks coming down? The pipeline and to mitigate attacks that are ongoing this is commonly known as threat intelligence. I can certainly see the parallels here between PSI OPS and threat intelligence seat most organizations. No clue what cyber attacks are coming down the pipe they just don't have the network monitoring skills or maturity to do this and even if they had the knowledge. I'm not sure they'd even know what to do with this advanced warning but some organizations are larger and more mature and can pay to have a threat intelligence team and with this. They are getting early warning son. Who may be doing an attack and why so? Let's hear a story of something that John Did while he was there. He had clients and their main website. All of a sudden went down for this company. I believe it was a detox attack. Primary website network time protocol. Okay so typically you're not gonNA find out who is doing this unless they tell you directly that's just the nature of cyber attacks. They go unresolved forever. But John's job was to try to have an awareness of what was going on in the hacker world. They put out a put out a request to see if we can identify. Who's doing it so john hit the usual spots. He knows that hackers go to to see if he can figure out. Who's doing this all those days? It was fairly easy when you add anonymous bragging about it on twitter Baha first clue if anonymous is tweeting about this then he can go to anonymous learn more so he goes to where people in anonymous like to hang out which was an IRA C. Chat Room at the time now in these channels you could just join them and then hang out in there forever. And while you're there you can record all the conversations that are going on so John scours through the channels looking for any mention of his client and Bingo. He found the person who was claiming responsibility for taking down his clients websites. Thank they were in an Irish channel like an ethnic channel. That wasn't masking their Address from. They're able to get to a specific small city in West Virginia. No the more you start to know about someone the easier it becomes to find them combine username. Ip and a city. Google and see what you get from this. John was able to figure out this guy's name and phone number and with a name and phone number. John Calls him up and told him at Gotcha dead the rights. You're probably I'm hoping that this is at this. We can stop this before they arrest you at a fairly good of who was at the sock over in Defending Organization and we were drinking buddies on the weekend. So it's fairly easy for me to say. Hey I found the dude He's agreed to stop. Let's a strap it gear to try to. He's turned out to be like sixteen year old kid so having that discussion was hopefully able to keep Jim one. Dude out of prison not destroy. Somebody's career and also get everybody. The warming bus. They were no longer getting attacked. Ended that kid comply. Or what was his response deal? He complied and he's spoken at several conferences since we've we've lost touch But as far as I know he's still still running around giving talks conferences. Make a name for himself in the community..

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Darknet Diaries

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"See the PSI. Ops teams learned in Vietnam when someone is improperly buried. Some Vietnamese people believe they're sold wonders. Forever only played this message in Vietnamese of a person who died and his wandering and it specifically says things like leave this place honor. My space has a wandering soul of this area. Go Away nobody knows if this actually worked or not whether chased out any Viet Cong. What the heck is this? Is this grace. I are black site up. I mean if I were Viet Cong and I heard this in the jungle. It might not be clear to me. Who was sending this message. Would I know some kind of psychological trick if I believe the? Us was broadcasting it. Then this would be grace. I up but if I truly believe there was a wandering soul in the jungle trying to chase me out. This would be blacktop. And I guess that's why I think PSI. Ops is so weird because in my head there has to be a ton of operations being conducted which are gray and black. Siab's freaky from what I can tell. The army doesn't engage with this kind of PSI ops though because they don't want to undermine the trust of the local people and they want to be honest and straightforward so they like to stick with a clear honest message. And if you think about it this is really just propaganda. Just done in a tactical way or so. Where were we? Let's get back to John. He goes on to tell me that while he was an atmospherics manager in Afghanistan. Something odd happened so at that time. appeared. It seems pretty obvious to me that the cyber threat was looming. Lieber anonymous was right there at the peak of operations in we had wiki leaks to its thing In a large number of these these smaller hacker groups were starting to crop up one of them being genetic Hussein's crew. Not Poison was her name and so two even though my my official testing monitoring them was that no longer applied when I switched positions went to Afghanistan. I still kept pushing the pulse of what was going on in a hacker world. Stay out of boredom curiosity nothing else. There's there's not a lot to do in your free time in Afghanistan. There's only so many reruns of house I could watch a channel and somebody hit me up in a PM which is essentially like a DM. It's the same concept right to to users talking to each other Outside of the public view He he stated to me that there were missiles.

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"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Extremist groups and a wooden made much at all to a to an al Qaeda type just as for example so understand the context that the message is coming from Understand who these. Who WHEN WE GET THESE MESSAGES? We might not know exactly who the target audience is breakdown. Those arguments figure out. What methods of appealed? The particular piece of propaganda is using and then Help the US government traffic counter messaging. Should it be needed okay? I think I got John was working for Lincoln Group within Iraq and then was listening for propaganda that the extremist groups were putting out and giving suggestions on how the US should respond to this propaganda. And John was getting into the details of how al Qaeda was spreading their propaganda chain chain of custody. Propaganda starts out with these these guys in Yemen or wherever they are Al-qaeda headquarters putting out messaging and then careers will take those commands and post them online. These are these are specific couriers in this. Everybody knows who these guys are. These are Al Qaeda official warriors that post online. What the new directives are and then disseminates from there to the battlefield commanders who take up the mission and it limited so yeah so a lot of the job would also include identifying that messaging when it comes out And then identify how maybe how that game telephone place. Where that message evolves over time and ends up what does it look like at the end of that game telephone? When it's posted on the door of a mosque. This was two thousand ten. John spent a while in Iraq and was even picking up the language. I got Tom Rotational. Baghdad Iraqi Arabic dialects conversational at that one after their contract was up and so he looked around to see what else you could. Do you find another contract position. But this time in Afghanistan something I wrote in Afghanistan the Super Pretty much all of two thousand eleven the atmosphere expenditure for that job manager. Yup that job involves at getting the word on the street for for the city. Essentially it's a type of human intelligence without the without using a proper title. Contractors are not allowed to Dickman intelligence human intelligence. Let's hit the brakes here for a second and just peek down this rabbit hole. There are many types of intelligent gathering methodology. You might already be aware of cigarettes and this is signals intelligence. Basically the goal of cigarette is to capture signals that. The adversary is broadcasting. This could be wiretapping. Phone calls listening on radio transmissions but more recently. It's been computer hacking to like reading emails or listening through the Internet for messages that are being sent online but there's also go or sometimes known as imminent and this image intelligence basically aerial photography or knowledge of the train of the area. And I guess if someone turns on your Webcam and takes pictures of you that might also be part of image to and there's also sint in this is open source intelligence gathering and this is what we do whenever we meet someone new online we go their name and try to find photos of them and what they're into an ascent is a non intrusive way of collecting data is just reading. What's already been published out there in the open and there's more intelligence gathering disciplines but John mentioned human intelligence or human and this is soliciting information from someone else. It's Kinda hard to because there's a whole spectrum of ways to solicit information from someone like consider the difference between asking your neighbor a question and waterboarding a prisoner to try to get them to talk. There's a wide range of ways to get information from people. Typically human is getting information from the adversary that can be used tactically like having an inside source that tells you things like when an enemy convoy is moving and how many weapons are on it or what kind of plans the enemy has. John doesn't do that instead. He wants to find out how the people feel about local politics. He doesn't try to uncover secrets or reveal information. That might put someone in danger. He just tries to take the temperature of the neighborhood and situations so we were not collecting tactical data. It was. It was out of purview. To if one of my sources reported that they had a safer and seen a Taliban platoon moving through a field that wouldn't be relevant for us but we cared about was a word on the street. Type things we wanted to hear and win say two to eighteen year olds or to thirty year olds are talking about the state of the government or the state of security or the state of the economy so the rule of an atmospherics manager is to get on the streets of Afghanistan and figure out what the local people feel about the various politics in the region. But how do you do that? Afghanistan at the time was a hostile area especially for US troops. So I had to dress in his full battle fatigues to get in there. I looked like a very I mean. I was very much like every other soldier. Every other person that I mean. He's got an assault rifle helmet. Everything so how does someone with an assault rifle in their hands? Figure out things like. How does the local community feel about the local police? They were paid for a for their placement and access near population centers or near Lake places of interest Where we wanted to get a good sense for what's what the word on the street is. John would go around town in a higher key. People like bartenders. The fruit market fender the taxi drivers and anyone who interacted with a lot of people on a daily basis and he would pay them just to get a report of what they heard that day and said these conversations were reported To us through our sources in a sort of anonymous way so all I cared about was age ref age of the individuals speaking number of individuals. Were they male or she now et Cetera When these reports were aggregated up helped get a good sense for how a population felt about it about a situation over pretty much. The entire country to an individual record in itself is really useful. It would to Joe schmos. Think about something isn't is not something you said policy bipolar but when you start collected aggregating and when you've got hundreds and thousands of reports then you can. Joson real statistical significance from what the population thanks. I don't know what to think about sigh up at this point. It just seems so weird to me that we go over into other countries and pay taxi drivers to give us reports about what people say when they get a ride. But hang on let me zoom out of this rabbit hole for second if I look at twitter. Just to try to figure out what people think of their government in a way that skidding atmospheric data on the population right such weird term atmospherics. But I think I get it now. It's just getting a sense of what people feel about. A particular subject while looking at phrases on twitter is free. Asya atmospherics manager pays people on the street for what they've heard that day and to me. That is strange up still sounds freaky to me. And obviously the words I off or psychological operation Has the connotation that that instantaneously gives you a negative perception but no matter what you do in your daily life? You're being you're being vibe. Them capacity is whether it's whether you choose your openly absorbing it or you objectively looking at it when it goes on to it you know again everybody's being told what to by they're being told with true on the Via did broadcast networks are whatever source you you get your information so Really is it bad snow. If the if the intent if the intent is to Shrink a weakened for weekend people and making them self sustaining. Yeah this again. The worst I up to me is it's cool but it's more it's much more than just a scary term. You know if I tell someone to do psychological operations in the Asuka whatever. Okay Okay Gimme a taste of what Asai APPs mission is like. Walk me through one that you were on okay so There's this machine ruined and hitting on high on a hilltop. This is when he was deployed in Afghanistan. And he's in a Humvee and he's dressed like your typical soldier full battle. They call it full battle rattle. You get your kid on. You got your. I got my gun on top. The earliest to forty have Called the NGLS loudspeaker. It's got It's about twenty four inch by twenty inch box impalpable Humby And basically it's hits the material so my gunner operates the the speaker though it and right to broadcast a message slowly shedding product. Speaking was playing just a recorded loop something like if you see any terrorist activity. Please report it this phone number one. They were broadcasting this message on the hilltop something started happening down in the town. There were some. Us soldiers on patrol down there near them. Some local started arguing knows a fence between the soldiers and the locals what the argument started growing and shouting shoving started happening in chaos started erupting among the locals and the infantry guys didn't know how to take charge because they're not trained on that in many cases they're they're not they're not changed to be.

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"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Sue. The other day I went to Lincoln. See what's up and there's this guy that tried to connect with me. There was just call him Henry. Even that's not his name. I looked to see what Henry does. An it. Says he's doing sioe up in the military. Ps Y. O. P. stands for psychological operations. That's a term. I'd never heard before but I was immediately interested in learning more SII UP. First of all why is a cya person following me on linked in second what the heck is Scwhab so chatted him up to find out and it turns out is just a big fan of the show and that's why he followed me but I still really curious about everything related to sign up so we started talking about it. Turns out Henry here was in the army but is now a reservist I did indulgence support and currently. I'm in psychological operation. Okay so what is psychological operations. Psychological operations is skill set which which is used to persuade chain and influence behavior of target to persuade. Change an influence behavior of a target audience to persuade change and influence the behavior of target audience. Oh that could be With your adversary or with your friendly population The the the main thing that is not do is by up up up on the American public okay. This is a lot to take in already. You're telling me that there's a unit in the army that's sole mission is to get the adversary to change their their behavior. Or why would why would? Why would we need people to do this? How do you become a battlefield? Modifier without using weapons operation. So there's different different. Here's the authors as communication. There is a multimedia broadcasting. There's leaflet drops. There's Adams Gary. Means that are non lethal to get people to make a decision Because some people are in many cases way of defeating an enemy is by having the the friendly population shifted perspective. Or be empowered by this this type of of of encouragement. Everybody when you're talking to someone you could say well you need. You need to go. Two point eight can go two point eight to point B. Or you know getting a linear answer or you. Can you can move around it. So everybody has to be communicated differently. When I'm getting at is the most important thing is understanding. If you understand your target audience you can better persuade changing influence. Their behavior which favorable for The the United States and own wooded are are empty intended right so hold on. Let me do some research on this. Okay I'm pulling up some documents about Siab's now and yeah. It does seem like the army. Is Conducting CY OPS missions Yeah the battlefield seems to have changed from what I thought it was. There's two kinds of ways to fight a war. There's the kinetic way Non Connecticut. Connecticut is basically physical combat like hitting an enemy with some like shooting bullets or launching bombs. That's kinetic but then there's the non kinetic teams are also part of the battle in. Here's just a few of those teams. There's the COM- CAM team. These people have connections to satellite imagery or even access to cameras on board spy-planes aerial photographs and videos to the commanders. They literally are the eyes in the sky and by the way the US military has tons of satellites pointed all over Earth so within like a minute or two they can get a fresh new image of pretty much any part of the planet with a pretty good level of detail even if clouds are covering okay so then there's electronic warfare teams these attacks that either us or target electronic equipment to carry out objectives. So they might have radar jamming tool or the ability to take out cameras remotely and Geez. It looks like they can even send magnetic waves to disrupt and degrade facilities and other equipment to and these electric warfare. Weapons can be mounted two vehicles like Humvees or tanks but there are also commonly seen on planes. And there's a lot you can do with the right equipment on a plane flying over your enemy. Here's an example. There's a stingray device that the government uses sometimes. This is a way to beacon down like a cellphone signals. All phones under the plane and then all those phones will beacon back from that you can identify the exact location of the enemy cell. Phone that you're trying to track in real time all completely invisible without anyone knowing. This attack is actually happening. You probably wouldn't even see the plane if it's overhead in the clouds. Electronic warfare is exciting. And I'll have to dig into that more and other time but what I'm seeing here is that there's some serious multi domain opperations going on and it's not just infantry troops. Also obviously their cyber operations to all combined against the army. A massive upperhand on its adversary. Okay so as I'm getting deeper into. This whole PSI ops thing. I'm finding more people to talk to you about this. And I found this guy named Jonathan Nichols who claims to have conducted numerous I op majority in. The past is willing to talk about it though. A jackets front good to hear from you could hear me to get together. But he rea- I wanted to know how John got started in all this and it turns out. His mom was a computer hacker. It's she was. She was hacking. Isp's white hat style. And that was how she paid her way through Grad School and also introduced me to the world's started out very young. My mother was forced to build my first website at age. And it's still a mind somewhere. Once he finished high school he thought about the army but at the same time he really wanted to be a lawyer so he asked the army recruiter about being a lawyer in the army. The recruiter said there were no slots open for apparently go and suggested without any knowledge. I had no idea what it was suggested. I go into a psychological operations. This should meet the quick video persuade. Change influence that is the motto of the. Us Army psychological operations. Regiment military operations do not always require people force. A battlefield military information support operations can employ nonlethal actions and messages to attain military objectives training in persuasive techniques. Scwhab soldiers use their skills to change attitudes behaviors values beliefs and influence foreign audiences to executing actions in the delivery of messages utilizing a variety of techniques. This was all the motivation he needed. He signed up for the army and went through boot camp and then went straight into so the very first position. Psi OPS specialist that is the the lowest personnel tactical up team fan? But I get an for for war. Be Honest that point so I picked up the job as a contractor. The company was called Lincoln Group. Wait a minute Lincoln Group. That does sound familiar. Let me let me put this up here. I'll just play this clip for you. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org I mean Goodman here with one Gonzales last November the Los Angeles Times. I revealed that the US military was secretly planting stories in the Iraqi press articles written by us. Military information operations are translated into Arabic and then placed in Iraqi newspapers with the help of Washington based defense contractor the Lincoln Group. The articles are presented to an Iraqi audience as unbiased news accounts written by independent journalists. The Lincoln groups contract is worth up to one hundred million dollars over five years in February. Rumsfeld gave a major address on the warfare at the council on Foreign Relations in it Rumsfeld criticized the media's coverage of the Iraq war and defended the military practice of planting stories in Iraq for example the US military command working closely with the Iraqi government and the US embassy has sought nontraditional means to provide accurate information to the Iraqi people in the face of aggressive campaign of disinformation yet. This has been portrayed as inappropriate for example the allegations of someone in the military hiring a contractor and the contractor allegedly paying someone to print a story a true story but paying to print a story when the secret propaganda program was first revealed. Even the White House admitted it was quote very concerned about the practice but earlier this month. The top Pentagon brass insisted. It'll go on General George. Casey said an internal review of the program head quote found that we were operating within our authorities and responsibilities. Pentagon officials told The New York Times this week. The Lincoln Group remains under contract and will continue its activities unless the military revises its policies. Well okay the Lincoln Group didn't get in any actual trouble over this and the government contracts remained but they did end up changing their name after that just like how. Blackwater became Z. And then became academy. Lincoln group changed their name to full crop one and then strategic social and now it looks like they've just been bought by academy well. This is really hard to keep straight. And there's so many rabbit holes but John went to work for the Lincoln Group so that was as the chief kind of propaganda guy for United States forces. Well done chief propaganda guy counter counter propaganda chief counter propaganda analyst United States forces Iraq. What is the? What is this entail? I've never I don't understand this. That job in evolved monitoring monitoring adversary propaganda. This is usually the al Qaeda types but also included the iranian-backed so uptight and a bunch of those types of guys so the idea is to the job involves identifying a messaging. That's coming from these guys. Try to be the subject matter person on the ground subject matter expert. Who gets who observes the propaganda that these guys are putting out understands the context that goes with it. So the fist holding AK forty seven Means something very specific is a is a is a symbol for.

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"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Hey really for a hacker story. I don't have one for you today. This is not a hacker story. It's not even a tech story thing is when I make this podcast. I'm diving down a million different rabbit holes completely unsure where they go in this episode is just me going down different rabbit holes and you can come along to if you want but I have to warn you this whole episode. I go into areas of knowledge. I I literally no nothing about so. I'm certain than ignorant to a lot of stuff and I probably get some stuff wrong along the way. I tried to double check everything that I'm saying against multiple sources but still. I'm not in my lane on this one so don't take my word for it here and so even though this isn't quite a tech focused hacker story that you might be used to. This is a story about how the US military hacks people's.

"65" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Three CO crowns chickens. Sheep fish it is another animal. Yeah yeah no more animals you fly. Oh pigs will good for them not act they would disagree seventy for them So I guess I will just go ahead and go second you go okay so my today is about animals else that eat meat. You might know what they're called herbivores right so apparently Classifications vacations of animals mean. Absolutely nothing I mean they do mean something so herbivores generally are animals that have physical adaptations that allow them to eat and digest plant matter so specialized lies teeth or specialized stomachs those kinds of things but while they primarily eat plant matter. That doesn't mean that they only eat plants. We've observed a number of species eating meat or other animal products and there are a bunch of videos that have made the rounds online of like a deer eating baby bird or a cow just like straight up nominee on a baby. Chicken says kind of disturbing are being. I laughed but just like them to think of account as being like well like eating grass. Just yeah but there's also been some research into this. So one team had cameras set up in Canada. I think for a different reason but they had observed snowshoe hares scavenging meat and so they intentionally quote deployed carcasses so they put one hundred and sixty one carcasses around found guilty and they found that the hairs had scavenged about twelve point four percent of them from a variety of different species including other hairs so they were not not above eating their own species Asher and they links meet which is their main Predator and they were also seen eating grouse feathers. I assume like intentionally not not just like as a byproduct of sticking your head inside the carcasses of of a grouse and they think that maybe they were just trying to get protein from that but not and another study in North Dakota had had cameras set up watching bird nests and had seen a bunch of different predators stealing eggs and whatnot from the nets but they said that white tailed deer. Put some other predators. It's a shame with how much they were rating these nests for eggs and grabbing baby birds right out of the nests higher up. Use Your wings. Birds come on so scientists think this might just be happening because of how hard it is to find food in the winters like just general food scarcity foreign the dears case they might be looking for specific nutrients to help grow their antlers. I guess they've also seen like a lot of deer gnawing on different bones but it seems to happen pretty frequently currently and it could just be a thing that many urban wars occasionally do. Because there's an opportunity to do it. And why not get extra calories much easier to get calories from meat then from grass and yes you need special adaptations like a wine can't get or a human can't get energy from grass but like proteins are part of what you're digesting digesting plant matter and they're not that different and meet than they are implants just accuser. They did point out that like deer like because of the teeth adapted for eating plants. Like they can't get through skin very well So that's like defenseless thing. Yeah yeah or scavenging corpses or stuff maybe. If dear had some teeth they'd be attacking that can be fun Okay well that's I'm sure that's what how carnivores happened. There were some ear and then there was one that was like my teeth are pretty sharp. I should go ahead and deep Jeff. Do they know anything about the gut bacteria. 'cause I imagine that eating corpses is not most pleasant thing for the Tom. I don't know it was mostly the hairs that I saw that were eating better scavenging from the corpses and all the other things that I saw were about out like various things eating live small birds. Mostly yeah so it was like very fresh rather not rodent trait their lattimore. Some crime which is to keep their babies to sometimes don't they. Yeah that's true. I mean auto rodents do that. It's like well I guess. A lot of rodents are also lake. Nick not necessarily just vegetarian. Or whatever and correct yeah. Do we classify Rabat's is at two quick. You think or it just seems like almost any before will be carnivores. Will I eat meat sometimes. The opportunity it's just hard to get usual eight but like you said it seems like Sarah said it seems like they would maybe suffer the same fate that we do when we meet like there would be something wrong in there but not if you have a real fresh air and say something okay. Everybody so salmon and what's is a fish it's a fish but it's also a caller. Oh being and salmon is so connected with the color pink that If Salmon is not pink or pink enough if people will be less interested in purchasing it now turns out that salmon become pink because of their diet of Krill and shrimp so these Krill and shrimp have pigments called Keratin. Lloyd's which carrots also have just why they're called Keratin awards particularly the Red Orange Pigment asked van them but most of our salmon. Now you go to. The store comes from farms not is not wild caught and those do not eat eat krill. They eat cable. That's made of mashed up fish and chicken fat and bunch of other stuff that they put into pellets and then they put it in there and that's what they eat and if they just ate the kibble without anything in there the meat would be white ish a little bit pink because because they're like a big strong fish but definite like the pink of Salmon and what they find is that people do not like to shop for White Salmon so as much as fifteen eighteen to twenty percent of a salmon farmers food budget goes to asked azan thin that is added to their food so that After anthem supplement can income from two places it can come from ground up shrimp or it can be synthesized so you take petrochemicals and you do science to it and you make ask Zanthosyn and then when you put that into the salmon feed the people who make Esta Zanthosyn have of course done a bunch of studies to figure out how much a variety of pink weakness is worth to the average consumer and so they actually have a tool called the Salamo fan. Like it's like the you know the color swatches that that you get painting your room and you hold it up. It's like a fan. You're fanning out and you hold it up to the salmon and you can see where on the Pinkney scale. The salmon falls on the end of. It's like below twenty. Six people will not buy it on any price okay and functionally tastes. It's the same now. There might be some in health benefits to ask Zanthosyn but like very minimal. This and it doesn't change the taste at all. It is just about the color and even when told that it's it's just about the color of people will not buy salmon. That is not pink except that there is a species of salmon. The King Salmon that occasionally really has a mutation and it makes it a white king so five percent of Wild Alaskan King Salmon aren't able to process the pigments and that makes them white and so these were popular with natives because they were rare and they're like this is like a cool like we caught a special one but for a long longtime they were sold for a lot less because people there was dislike pink thing but now people have like caught on their special. So wild white salmon are worth more now whereas farmed white salmon are unmentionable bad to the point where they spend tons of money basically Ziegler dying. The Salmon Pink from the inside humans are so bleak. I think I would do I. I would be more inclined to buy pink Salmon. I don't give a shit about salmon. Who why who's conditioned media care so much about that? It's just what Salmon I like. Salmon is pink. There's a color in the cradle. A CRAYON box salmon. I did know about the color thing that they added. Color to Farm Salmon because I used to once upon a time worked in the meat department. The fact that came up told us at me was at the beginning. Yeah these are the two do things I thought I had a false sense of security going into research for this episode because I was like I worked in a meat department. I know something about meet. This is going to be. It's such a hard time. Finding Things Caitlyn called it classic Meat Department Swagger Rent a little bit about the same thing happening just with regular cuts of meat like they put a chemical into is true. They put chemical in with that when the air seal the meat to go pink carbon monoxide. Von It doesn't matter better. If it's not Pink Lake Ray won't by booking fresh air a you can treat kinda sad looking meet with carbon monoxide and okay freshens at right. Ada sounded not true to me because I can't picture a grocery store having a bunch of carbon. We wouldn't have guessed probably for the best so we've got curb vars that are eaten meat and we've got dying fish pink from the inside you guys rated cast your votes three to do one hank coming back. Sorry Steffens I knew about the dears already though. Yeah I.

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"65" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"We introduced this week's topic with the traditional science poem this week from Surrey from a tender age I loved tender that warming Krispy Kreme not treat a fast food splendor bite sized chicken meat no matter the vendor whether round or long a dinosaur meat glued or carefully prepared for me and matters not what I shove in my job. I'm not a SNOB. He should nugget. I eat I dream of more. I thought it was going to be each nugget. I eat I dream of meat. That's the topic of chicken. Nugget MHM more chicken tender or any Fried Chicken de facility when you order Chicken Strip Center restaurant hell no it. Sometimes if it's a place that's like here's here's the menu and here's the kids section chicken tenders and I'm like but if you got them for the kids you got grown up my constitutional right the Sarah. What's neat that's flesh yet but at a meeting? Yeah lose it of all for it in for eating well is it still meet when it's on my bone and I'm alive and I'm motoring you're alive. Yeah do you look out at a of cows and be like Meat Not really the house. Google bodybuilding photos. I I might say he looks meaty. You know wow what a big beefy boy and you're like well developed cavs look very steak like but I still. I don't think of it as meat. No I don't think if it is meet but it doesn't mean it's not me so what's that slim singing edible flesh fed also within within like the umbrella of meet their stark meat and light me which are different kinds of muscle there are variety. Meats are awful which are the entrails and internal organs. There's lab grown on me which is like muscle tissue that people just growing petri dishes like it eat something that is still alive when you eat it too. Yeah you could. So is it. Meet the minute in it. What you yeah? That's it. Do Bugs have me too. Yeah they got a bug up books me you can tell with words like meat and flesh that they're just sort of an era lashes definitely. I looked it up. It's very German urban but it sounds very driven flesh. Meat is also European ish but middle English Meta Dutch meaning food food nourishment sustenance but it also in middle English men any sort of food so like vegetables were called green meet white meat was a dairy food. Like that's basically that's basically Arby's doing some white meet on your meet some bread meat. You can have some clear me as water does define purely early basically by the fact that it is food but no other non colloquial way to talk about me. I don't think so I think it because it is defined by its relationship ship to and usefulness to human right apologies to the vegetarians today I mean we might be reinforcing. The they want to. It'd be Vegetarians. -Til right and maybe convincing some other people and meets pretty gross. It's so gross. You think about it objectively. And it's like we need to stop this battle baton all kinds of different. He space treat animals horribly. What was.

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"65" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Includes in his Gospel Count The story of John the Baptist asking of Jesus are you the one or should we expect another so he has been setting this tension up for them all along with And I think also the whole worms Eating in him breathing his last. Gosh doesn't that sound a lot like something in exodus it's like someone declares himself a God and then th right. There's a plague. You have you have you. Have you have a type of fair yourself. Up against against God's Salvat purposes and promises that doesn't ever go well for you. So what have we learned a about following following Jesus about the church and those are in this early half of that the first half of that. So what are some things that we've learned. Where do we still confusion or do we have questions? I'll tell you just an area where I I still have. Some questions having looked at this more closely over the last couple of months with you is what I experienced experiences. Should I understand to be normative. Well that's an easy question. I mean I mean it like there are Djelic appearances all all over the book in the first half of vaccine which What about that like? I think that's a legitimate question. There are different streams of our theological universe all within orthodoxy. That answer that question differently. I'll tell you I'm I'm probably less. I'm probably less certain about this than I was when we started looking at the book backs. Yeah I think I would say that I I think I think it's not the question that the book of acts is trying to answer I think that the book the vaccine answering a bigger question and it is telling particular stories to help us answer that question. And that's what's the nature of the church. What is you know this is the birth narrative of the church and just as there were angelic enter messengers and announcements at the birth of Christ And just as there were angelic appearances at the birth of the Nation Nation of Israel That we should expect that this is telling us something in a particular way for a particular reason and beyond that. I think we should really be really careful to ask How I mean? What birth narrative are we living in right now? Why are you snap? But I'll be like listen that that's the question you're asking the question. Why do you think it is important to we? We WanNA WE WANNA ask an answer. The question that Luke is trying to ask and answer so so I think it's okay to ask that question but to expect that you're going to gain clarity rent question about that at a text that is primarily concerned with it. I think is is probably not gonNA be. You'RE GONNA get a low mileage data this may seem fairly A simple I mean something probably would have said beforehand but I just think I see a little a bit clear now having spent the last few weeks months in acts what you believe about Jesus really matters. And those who set themselves up in opposition to Jesus and his mission things really badly for them those who are claiming Jesus things might go back the health and well things are going good for you but what we do know is if you set yourself in line with God's mission things are going to go well overall for you. Yeah so one of the things that keeps just rolling around in my head the whole time. We've been in this these first few chapters and this is not what I expected my takeaway way to be from the book of acts is that within Christian subculture. We have this low level Christian Karma belief that if I make a a good choice God bless me if I make a bad choice God will remove blessing from me and that the way I can tell what a good choices is if I feel peace about it when I make ticket and if you read the book of acts I just have a hard time believing that as the church is Balking Ford faithfulness awfulness that they had a ton of peace in the moment. Because why are they praying for boldness. If they felt that you know what they're asking they're saying Lord I believe help on my And belief so I think this book kind of blows up that whole False teaching of Do the right thing and blessing will so follow and you will have peace about it because what we see is do the right thing and hardship will follow and you will beg the Lord to grant you boldness to keep going yes. Yeah I think that's a really good point I really do. It's not fluffy and more no and then worms eat your boy I think there's another thing that I was thinking about this morning actually on the road and on the road and I said like weary traveling from Richardson this morning and it was a long road and by camel so no but I was thinking about this one of the things that I don't know if this just seems James again maybe it's one of the things that just seems obvious after you realize it but when we talk about the connection between spirit and what the work the spirit is we've been paying to point out that the primary work of the spirit of self differential that he's testifying of Christ right right but one of the things that we talk that maybe we haven't spent as much time for is that do you. I really believe now. Looking at the book of acts that the Apostles were uniquely ready to begin to engage with the Holy Spirit's activity and their life in the world around them because they had walked with Jesus intimately for years the witness piece. Yes keeps saying you will be my witnesses and then it says we are witnessing exactly so there is this. I think. Sometimes we see the spirit fall fall and pentecost and we're like now they're ready to go but it's like no no no. They have been walking with Jesus for years. And so when we think about intimacy with the spirit or when we think about walking with Spirit I think that the witness between the Gospels and acts is this that you are not prepared to walk in the spirit and less plus you are walking with Jesus That you are fixed and focused on him that as we've said before to be spirit filled means to be centered on in Christ that is what it means and it can come with some other things but the centerpiece of it like the meal that the spirit it is giving to his people is not more of the spirit of Jesus Right. That's exactly right right and over and over again as you've been as you've been at pains to point out. When the spirit is moving we see that the natural outflow of that seems to be and they preached the Lord? Jesus that's exactly right and so in a into do that because then the question is a wall what what does that mean. It means to both preach and live. The message of the Cross. Is that the spirit. is continuously calling Jesus's disciples Indus suffering laying down their preferences and desires for for the sake of the Kingdom of God the spirit of life. Yes we have victory in the spirit. Yes period victory but the victory usually doesn't look like the victory victory of this world. It is the continual life that Jesus Calls Peter in there for the whole church into. Are you looking for political ruler. Who isn't going to suffered? I am be crucified or are you looking for political ruler. Who is going to do exactly that and call you to follow him? Only the spirit of God would call us into something like that and empower us for that kind commission and that's really the story of the book of Ex. Yep absolutely and. I hope that you'll continue the journey with us as we jump into next semester season four of knowing Fay will be jumping into the back half of the ax alongside the Bible. Say That's going on here in the Bible say you can follow along with through TVSI resources dot net. If there's anything that you heard US talk about on the show that you'd like to know more about you can find the details on our website. TVSI resources dot net on the next episode. We're going to be attempting to answer some listeners. Questions I feel like we need to start under promising and over delivering bring on our Q.. And A. Episodes. Don't worry everyone. I'm here to help. Yes John is GonNa just GonNa keep it moving and but it is. It is a late hour and I'm hungry so it could be wills off the year me and you see an extent grace and peace.

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"65" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

10:49 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"All right so I want to hear a little bit about Christmas traditions. We're here December. You guys have any tradition that you do in your household you like. Oh Yeah this is our fun Christmas tradition. We have when the kids were smaller. We started A. There's an advent book that we read each year. And so you know it's like one page day it has the doors you open and it just tells the Christmas story so the kids eventually named it was like a lazy way to have the memorize the Christmas story and they still every every year. Even though we're not all in the same place for all of advent to read it they still sit down on Christmas Eve and we read through the whole thing and then the next morning we opened the door. That spoiler alert has a picture of the babies on it. That's awesome. I love that school I need. I want to do something like that this year. We've not done that yet. And we do some pretty simple stuff like doesn't sound super spiritual. We live in a neighborhood that has lights pretty well until every year. We get some hot chocolate and we go walk around the neighborhood together with the kids in the stroller. It's really fun. We do gingerbread house Florida dating before kids. And now we folded Lydia into that and we do like this gingerbread house competition friends And so we all bill gingerbread red houses together and then post them on instagram. To see like who's going to win like number of likes is what win vote guess. I don't know how instagram yes us. And then we do like an inhouse wind where we build a house together and we have a blast with you actually eat them. I've done it before Wurley while you're building of course but not when we're done. We're not like okay Tom. Too much on this thing. You know 'cause they ingredient especially with the box set's not like thank you know to building supplies Well today we're talking about axe and we are wrapping up the first half of the book of acts as we in this season of knowing faith. we'll pick up on the second half the book of acts as we enter into the next season of known face. He's in four so we hope you'll continue the journey with us but we are today at the back part of acts chapter eleven. And maybe we'll kind of jump into acts chapter twelve a little bit as well if you were with us for the last episode. You know we look to the story of Peter and Cornelius and we talked about the Gospel going forth in the spirit falling on the gentiles of how this is a big moment in the history of Axon in the history of Redemption Shen and that acts has been telling the story the story of the Church being birthed and moving from Jerusalem to Judea to the ends of the earth and when we last left afte r characters we were with Peter and Peter was making a very strong case to the Jerusalem Council that listen. God is moving among the gentiles. I you've seen. It appeared to me and a vision in prayer and then I went. I was faithful with it and I saw the spirit fallen the gentiles and in acts eleven eighteen. It says when they heard these things they fell silent silence they glorify God sang into the gentiles. Also God has granted repentance that leads to life okay so now we move forward into the last part of the book of acts so Jen. Why don't you just tell us where we at? After Peter's appearance with the Jerusalem Council. What's the next thing that happens here? Well we're seeing a pattern that we have seen throughout the book of acts where we saw the narrative expand and contract so you may remember in the earlier sections where we had started these idyllic statements. About what the early church was like AAC they shared all things in common As a lot of all's in every in those sections and that's what we're seeing here we've just seen a scene where Peter is interacting with the gentiles. It's IT'S A. It's a big picture of what's going on between the the spreading church and unbelievers and now we're going to zoom back in and and we're going to see a another sort of it's not idealized but I feel like language about what the church is like Within itself so specifically the Church in Antioch and so the sort of the repeated. Refrain that you hear Is that The churches multiplying in a miraculous way. So the church is beginning to multiply and there's growth here And one of the things in verses nineteen through thirty is you're saying that man There is a going forth. It's not just a growth growth but it's a growth among increasingly diverse group of people. Right so you have their Now those who were scattered because of the persecution now what is that what's the scattering that's happening here. Well it says that the one that arose over Stephen. So after Stephen's martyrdom and what we saw a you. You might have thought that the martyrdom of Stephen would have satisfied some impulse to strike out against the movement but as is typically the case what it does is it ignites even further persecution. That the that it just as we have seen the prayer for the apostles be answered and the and the preference of the early church be answered that God would increase their boldness that even as their boldness is increased through the power of the spirit that so the boldness of their adversaries is increasing along with it so there is persecution fusion. We say the martyrdom of Stephen Thursday scattering of the Church says that they want US Forest Venetia in Cyprus in Antioch and then it says the speaking the word to no one except except Jews but then immediately after it says but there were some of them men of Cyprus Serene who oncoming to Antioch spoke to the Hellenise also preaching the Lord. Jesus so we're seeing thing this kind of still this tension right that there's like it's going for then they're they're they're not sharing the good news with anybody but Jewish people but there are some who are starting to embrace is the gentle aspect of this mission. I love that phrase There's a few things I'll I we've talked about over the last eleven chapters that one of the main things you're going to see is and the word of God increased there are preaching the Lord. Jesus Christ like the centrality of preaching. The Gospel is one of the things you see but here in verse twenty right after it says in verse. Nineteen speaking the the word to no one except Jews but there were some of them I just find great comfort in that Like the anonymity of of Ministry and mission just because where do they go preach. They preach in Antioch which becomes one of the most the biggest in influential churches in the early church. It's the place. They were first called Christians. And so you just see like some of these guys who knows what they're doing but they went to Antioch because of the dispersion and they preached Jesus and it becomes this mega church where he will become Christians. They love studying the Bible of Jesus. Why does it happen is it? Because there are some mega church pastor that decided you plant a church and Antioch. That wasn't it was just faithful. Fool Christians preaching Jesus wherever they were well and these these chapters like chapters nine through twelve. They represent sort of a handoff between the story of Peter. And the story of Paul. And so you can see the Texas sort of bouncing back and forth between those two vignettes so to speak and then in this case ace in this portion at the end of eleven and going into chapter twelve. We're seeing a lot of the people and the places that are going to factor importantly into the second half of the book of acts as as we pick up. Paul story being introduced US Barnabus. We're going to you know we're GONNA see a lot of Barnabus to see more about the church at Antioch We're going to learn more about the hell on us. These are all things that as we moved. The narrative is going to shift from the pattern that we've seen of the expanding and contracting Of the local church coach. You know the the the view of the local church to then following Paul on his missionary journeys and his missionary journeys are going to take him with and to The people on the places that were were hearing about so. It's a mechanical piece as well. Yes there's a detailing you listen the church spread and that later when the encounter some of these people in some of these places this is where it was coming yes so it says that when he That the report came to the ears of the church Islam. They set Barnabus Antioch Antioch and eventually Barnabus connects with Saul says he went to Tarsus to look for Saul when he had found him he brought him to Antioch for a whole year. They met with the church. A great many people I love. This is part of the story because I kind of see the Barnabus soul connection as a like a John Lennon. Paul McCartney moment right like these two great collaborators. This is great pairing in the history of the church. This is a little glimpse right here and also like this story because it reminds me a lot of this is just me my historical theology nursing out here a little bit. I love this because it reminded me a little. Bit of Calvin and William Ferrall. There's this encounter where William Ferreira's like essentially thank you like. Hey John Calvin I see you. You're going to stay here. And we're going to partner together ministry. I love the Barnard assault connection for that reason as well but so we see them unite together. And how does this like you. Just mentioned a minute ago how it mechanically up the rest of the New Testament but what is I mean. A lot of things happen to these short verses is here get the scattering you get the connection between Barnabus and Saul and so how. How is this laying the groundwork for not just the rest of acts but the rest of the New Testament? Well I I mean the epistles are going to be referring to things that have happened during Paul's missionary journeys and so that's one of the fun things about going through the book of axes connecting these writings writings to the time in which he is is on his travels on. If that's what you were getting out when you asked that question you see what is it acts one eight. I'm just GONNA go back to Right but you'll receive power when the Holy Spirit come upon you and you'll be my witnesses in Jerusalem which they've done in Judeo which they've done and Samaria which they're doing into the end of the earth this is the structure of what he told us was going to happen anyway and now you're showing this is happening. They're going on to Antioch and they're going to continue going under the earth preaching Jesus and he's doing very artfully to like from a literary standpoint one of the things that's happening like we read You know back at the end of chapter nine about the conversion one of Saul and we immediately wanted to start. Call Him. Paul and I really I gotta say honestly. It wasn't until we started going through the book of acts that I realized that ax doesn't do that. He's still it'll being called Saul in fact you can see that a number of years have gone by since his conversion. He's kind of like this. He's in the Crock Pot of theology. Or wherever you want to call it. He's like you know. Oh getting connecting. All of his Jewish knowledge to his his his New Covenant Knowledge. Or whatever is going on and And yet he's still called Saul all and what what Luke does as he's writing. The narrative is as long as the audience to which he is addressing. His message is Jewish. He calls him Saul. And then you'll see the text flips as soon as he begins addressing gentile audiences. He is called Paul because Paul would be his gentile gentile his his his his Greek name.

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"65" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Listen if you have benefited in any way from knowing faith then there you may not know this but there's an engine behind that and that's TVSI resources the village church resources you can go to TVSI. Resources Dot net to you. See a lot of those resources and I'm sitting here with one of the architects and builders of TV Resources Ryan Williamson. Hello Kyle Producer Ryan. Tell us a little bit just real quick what are what is TV resources. What's the goal? TV series. Sources is making creative discipleship resources for the everyday believe so things like don't explain videos knowing face and a kids podcast coming in January two thousand twenty yes so Ryan and other people on the TV resources team have been integral and providing free creative vibrant shrunk on substantive resources for a long time and the podcast is one of those there are other things that are coming up the explainer videos. I don't know if you've seen these explainer videos. But they're tremendously really well done on very helpful topics things like sanctity of human live the providence of God creation. There are a lot of videos out there and so I really hope that you'll check out. TV Easy Resources Dot Net and in the month of December. They're raising funds. I mean there's a giving campaign four. TV's resources to help. Try to subsidize so that this church can continue to provide provide really strategic really vibrant really creative resources for the church free of charge right so if you go to. TV resources dot net. You'll see a little pop up. pull up so that you can say. Hey I I would love to bless. CBC Resources They can continue to provide quality free resources for me my family and the church abroad so we hope that you'll check that out. TV see resources dot net so one of the best kept secrets in Christian higher education. Is Boys College. Southern Seminary has an undergraduate school that trains students who are serious about the Gospel and how it informs every single part of life and this point in our culture and in our world having a Christian worldview particularly as a young adult making being big life decisions is absolutely magin anymore important and boys college every major from Biblical and theological studies to business and teacher. Education requires a Biblical and theological core for the students with a Christian worldview for a life of discipleship regardless of what they're going towards in their vocation to learn more about voice. You can go to Boyce College Dot Con con if you use the code knowing faith one word knowing faith when you apply the wave your thirty five dollar application fee.

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"65" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"You can click on leader guide and then we'll email you that as well as other bonus content that may add value to your leadership in the last episode. We talked about Middle Management. And we kind of did it. From a senior management perspective. We talked about building the middle. If you haven't listened to the last episode already I would encourage you to pause this one. Go back and pick up last month's first and then we'll dive into this episode quick thought from the last one as we talk about middle managers. What is a middle management leader? That someone who both reports to someone above him or herself and it's also someone who leads down in the organization. When do you add middle-management middle-management? The answer we covered last month. Is this when the addition increases organizational clarity and accountability. That's when you add you don't WanNa do do it too early. You don't WanNa add a necessarily but recognized that the right middle managers added at the right time can be the difference between a good organization and I and a great one. Let's talk in this episode directly to those who are leading in the middle and I wanna start by acknowledging something. That's not a lot of fun but it is very true. Middle Managers often get a bad rap. You know it if you've been in any type of organizational leadership for any amount of time. This is occasionally Asia considered to be a role that people want to avoid. And I'll tell you why if you haven't thought about first of all it is not an easy role when you think about got it. Middle Management leaders tend to get blamed from all directions. Those who report to you. If you're a middle management leader they might blame you because you're pushing them too who hard all the time driving for results and those above. You might blame you because you're not pushing your team hard enough. You get blamed from all directions middle managers. There's also often feel caught in the middle with what seems like conflicting objectives. You might know this if you've ever led from the middle you're told to keep keep expenses down but improve results and you're thinking. How do I do both at the same time? You're told you've got to drive your team harder but you also have to decrease turnover and you feel like. That's a conflicting message. They may come to you with what seems impossible. We need to lay off ten percent of our organization and we want you to improve team morale all the same time you feel caught in the middle. What do you do when you're leading from the middle? Here's what we know when you're leading from the middle. You have to deal with very high expectations from senior management and you have to get results from those below you that that often don't have senior management's perspective in the whole organization some middle managers would say this and rightly so they would say they've got the full responsibility bonds ability for results but not the full authority to make decisions or influence the direction. This is not an easy role at all. In fact according to an article in the amuse middle managers have a higher rate of depression and anxiety than their supervisors and subordinates. More than one half of middle managers feel constantly you worried. forty-seven percent of middle managers take work home with them. If you're worn out in the middle management leadership position you're not alone. This is not an easy roll. So let's talk about. How do we do it well? What are the qualities that make for? Great Middle Management Leaders. They report to someone and they lead a team team and they do both effectively. What are those qualities of those who lead strong from the middle now? The answer to that question probably wouldn't surprise you because the answer about what makes a great middle management leader is very similar to what makes any other type of a great leader in other words. They're going to have natural leadership instincts. They're gonNA have strong communication skills. They're going to be good problem solvers. They're going to be good at conflict resolution hopefully might be gifted strategist and the list. We go on Blah Blah Blah Blah same list about any great leader. So when I want to do in this episode is instead of focusing on the normal expected qualities. What I WANNA do is give you three metaphors or three pictures or images of great leaders who lead from the middle? What are those metaphors those images first of all a great middle manager is a translator secondly he or she is a coach thirdly here she is a score keeper? What are you if you're a great middle-management leader you're going to be a translator? A coach and score keeper. Let's start with translator letter. First of all you are a translator. What do we know? Senior management generally sets the tone the direction and the vision. What do you you do as a middle management leader? You translate the organizational vision into achievable steps and systems that accomplish. Is the desired results to think about that. The senior leadership says here's what we want and you translate it into steps and systems that bring about about the desired results. You're a translator. So you'll say to those who are below you'll say here's what management wants. You'RE GONNA help them see why it's important and this is incredibly incredibly important. Here's why it's important and then here's how we're GONNA hit the target. Here's what I know about your organization and what you do but I know this is true about your organization and that's this management has certain expectations the team below you. They rarely see the whole picture. What's what's GonNa Happen is the boss is going to demand results and your team is often? You think that's unreasonable. We can't do all that in this amount of time with what we have. What do we have? There's a gap. There's a gap between senior management. And the rest of the team. What do you do when you lead from the middle? You in closed the gap. You're the translator. Here's what you do you know. Your organization has a what the mission is the goal the objectives. We also know that your team very very quickly can forget the why why we do what we do. And the what over time might start losing appeal so as a great middle management leader. You close the gap. What you do is you translate the objective into doable steps? You keep the why I front and center. Here's why what we're doing matters. You're the translator bringing context to the organizational goals and objectives. Now here's how are you deal with your senior management and here's why it matters you're translating down but you're also translating up you're also leading up to those who are above you. Here's what your boss will often to. Your boss doesn't understand a lot of times what it takes to accomplish the vision downstream. I know this because because also hey can you guys get. This done. Should be easy and they're looking at me going. You have no idea. There's eighteen steps to get this done is way more complicated than you see in your head. CRAG is is complicated. And that's what a good middle management. We'll do we'll help me to see why my assignment might lack context. The boss wants you to get it done. and his or her mind she thinks. How hard could it be you as a translator? You're going to help your boss understand what your team is facing. You'RE GONNA help your boss understand where the team is. What's needed what's realistic? What are you? You're the translator this is so important. You're translating up to senior management. You're translating down you. You are the translator and that helps keep the mission moving forward. Secondly you're a coach and I love this image When people think of middle managers managers I think that some people think of boring gray haired leaders and suits? I hope you see something entirely different. If you're middle management leader instead. I hope you see yourself self as one who's played the game you've been in a game you've been on the front lines and now you're one who's helping others succeed while they're engaging being on the front lines of battle you see yourself as a coach and I like this better than the image of a boss or manager because when I think of a boss I think of someone who wants people to accomplish what the boss cares about a coach's different coaches one who wants to help the players succeed and when the players succeed the whole team wins. Here's why it's important when you're leading from the middle. You're the coach. What do great coaches do? Well a great coach coach recruit talent bills the team and develops people. Let me say it. Again a great coach recruits talent built a team and develops people. That's what you're doing as great middle management leader. You're the coach recruiting you're training you're empowering people and you're releasing Dream Team came to do if translated from senior management into the organization. You're helping put points on the board but you're not just coaching down. Your also so in. This is incredibly important your coaching the leaders. That are above you. You're coaching your boss. Your coaching senior management. And here's a key. They may not know. Yeah No. You're actually coaching them. You're supporting them. You're executing their vision you know. What's on their heart? You know what they value. You're taking a load off with them and you're giving them real feedback honest communication. That helps them get better. See things they wouldn't normally see. You're not just coaching down. But you're also gently coaching up your leading down and you're leading up..

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"65" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"So I'm about this. We were doing a shoe. A burglar burglar shoot with this guy was like coming in being the burglar. It was heading part and we go on one of our good friends. When we're back good friend Eva said to rebecca she said you know say fee can talk clock. She is dirty talk 'cause she said had she says we did ship. When I first met she was like wow this girl is in the same book but so you are both rather gifted with with the goal of mine and I'm also I always find it really difficult to be friends with women. Oh interesting your yeah. I think as molly fame when I was younger women are just not GonNa like May to chat with guys that aspect is not there you have to compete because when I was younger my mom compete with me a lot very and if someone commits relate to that and if they don't go to therapy but they they wanna sort our heads they've been if I can just give up because I have been through a lot of experience as and everything and yes if I can just give something and if song go oh yeah my actually actually my mom left me when I was young and has affected me and why and I think that could be actually positively so it's really positive talking earlier before for taping that the sharing of the darker things and there's Mike still working on a documentary about his life and they were doing they did a session earlier today and and we were just talking about how wonderful actually shared the things that are the scariest to share or the ones that you think Oh. Maybe someone will have a bad thought about me because that's just the one of those again lizard brand type. Thanks so afraid even in the smallest errors. It's fear of being seen as something bad right so trey so true because we're human. We don't get it right time. Things sharing that stuff is actually voting for yourself and other people definitely yeah yeah yeah I just think is well especially in the sex industry because people do find a still that coin of let's CEOS like underground what we like the escort sex. Were sure it's an idea why is why people were stop that or make L. League or you know because it shouldn't be at all because if if we start to invite it's just it's creating a fear around you know especially for guys or women who come and see us skulls and that is really making a fear of an unseen. Something is really dark and on awesome. No it's not at all love being paid for that. You know it gives it gives me you know. I just loved that feeling that Sona see my pictures that are coming to see May and they may right. They won't then they're going to pay and they can pay yet. I'm the absolutely great I'm to kind of say what I do agree with so I have on the experiences. I've had girls come to me and they have have pimps. Okay I house. A girl. He wants came to me. Are you going to do a threesome. I she came in and she was unfortunately she was on heroin and she she was injected in the toilet. So I was ready ready warhead on soy. I ended up counts in the book and I just sat with her. I it's it's it difficult and I think as well is that side of the sex industry the drugs and everything I mean I never used onset ed or it was always actually because how I felt about my day with my body and just to fill numb. Yeah what would it look like when and you would use like so it wasn't onset and everything so would it be like thing so whenever my son was away so with reused with my dad's or anything I'll be like I just WanNa really fail. Have those negative thoughts about myself. It's almost like when the radio's off and it's silent and you're like Oh. No no I Ali'i this yeah why find is because I'm very creative and so what because my mind is going sorry a to Steven Nice struggled sleep sure Hughes Techniques Silent Meditation and everything and Rebecca's just showing me by Yoga if we could be starting on great so so I find my mind doesn't stop and I'm sure lots of people right there finite especially when you create if I've got like a notepad bomber but nine. I'm not ready hell but em yet in another way. It was ought to do so I I started taking kite because it was actually to stop repeating. Oh see again. The body issue leads you into these certain things I stray then. It was just kind of fan. It has a reputation for having its own snowball effect am Unas well. It's like I see people say so that poor girl who was on the Harun. She then shock to her pin money so they also own. I saw I was really panicles right the only way I could do this. Give her money Roy. Give her money like we did. The king and she went unfortunate then she seems to have gone off for adult. ORCA tried to contact her unfortunately never seen all you see is. I- thera she say Kay but there is so you know on that side of things the sex industry it can be difficult especially. If you don't WanNa do it because I didn't want sex appeal. It was nothing she fell inside about myself but some people are using 'cause they don't Wanna use it because they because they actually fill it fill difficult to see Gauloise and all of which I totally understand I to do so so why did I mean I must. I must admit when I first started working working. I used to be a part of conveyor about inefficient person hard worker yet. Look escalate I I I see maybe it's because older much hiking reflect the couple of hours in between above yeah. I think as I got older. I've just slate just so I just let mall. Let's say exactly. I have you ever crossed the last thing that everyone should be slaving for so you get with the whole sex work and everything it it can be. You got that cash right away sure. I'm what I would say to. Anyone is there is definitely I know. It's a pain but ready to pay your tax because the thing is it's a lot. I want to buy a house and everything like thoughts so base from a by as soon as I start star it. I did my tax way but I know loads of girls have been investigated if you are a so that was one thing that I would say to anyone register yourself. You're as an adult entertainer. DOT COM under anything I if if you feel that you don't WanNa put you know escort or anything like that just idle entertained. Tena and then yet pay pay tax because you just get caught and I think it's so good if you start thinking about the future because like I tonight I will. I definitely want to retire when I'm forty five so I'M GONNA be fifty off. aww I'm trying to think through my old diaries on my God look how many Dicks I back can actually can you know that's amazing. I like Wilt Chamberlain read legendarily right thousands and thousands and thousands g Gee Gene Simmons has some number right and he has polaroid's of each woman owned Michael. This is also so now you can have an equal in your face just perfect Dick. I think it would take up my own you and then you could have screensaver to you. Know computer goes on it's perfect. That's right for a rat roll range. That's another thing is well. A by. I think is well light. Were so low with our bit Stein. They're Sucre can also I think he's I think girls as well as Give especially our fuck my call Kim big enough. We saw us. I'm like wow and I do really UNDIS- Tom. I'm now isn't it. I mean for me is what is it about spunk spunk. Kim My mouth drink it down. It's a little come surprise and this is joy in your eyes alight uh-huh but yeah it really isn't and I think I do think any steeds Warri a by anything I saw. It just really doesn't Matt Sir like when you're stuck in a day you suck in debt.

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"65" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"I love about doing. This show is I can talk about issues like this where like minded people and everything and I get stuff out of it as well as do. You know what it's so much for me as it is. Anyone of crap I think is really good talk. A lot of times people are afraid to talk. I so true yeah because my thing was is that I always felt bad for the therapist because I thought he he in here and you take all my rubbish online and I I'm. You've probably got stuck going on and each time I've said to some of Yeah I'm I'm here by. It Full Radi bides and guilty I which is so funny to right because it's almost like you know the thing where you're putting other people's needs of of your own even in a small way of thinking. Is Everyone at the party. Okay right but you forgot to eat yourself or like you know you didn't have of your drink or whatever trae 'cause. I think is well so this whole thing with like therapy. I show just gave brought to the woman at Saints. Brisa researchers say what so busy she will anyway my son said. What do you think you'll say into my my mom or anything like that? Behalf that inside a slight right we could just GonNa let that Dicey when we when when lights nights half an ice rink and a male I see we talked. I think is wow. It's as a parent is really really positive and also to build up a relationship. Don't get me wrong. I didn't get it right being a parent. I like definitely half over the years nine. I my son is coming up thirteen. Yeah I find it is so important now to really ready talk by young bothering even yes. They use in a mood right so I'll say they what is wrong and it's because he got inclination sure. I'll know what am I gonNA have a sheriff. Don't worry bay is fi on in the wash. I it's funny how things effect us this really is. I was talking about this with Mike and Matty yesterday and just the littlest thing can trigger you try and plunge into this pool of stuff. That's maybe the past stuff that's and he don't even think about your life but you're in this crazy mood. I had a terrible uber driver and I have little jetlag the other day. Call like the overdrive was like yelling at me was across the street and like you know it's just thrown all so you're thrown off and then the part of your brain. That's like oh great right. I can do this to him now grits in there because it's that little thing always sitting there trying to keep it in its own room but anyway sometimes it can negative. ECON overwhelm for wellness on it and it doesn't matter what e- to it's just not gonNA guy. Excuse they and now it's time to talk about something else. That's just wonderful your mouth during what time in London and now in France it's I've had nothing but wonderful food outside if one particularly shocking meal in Chizik which is for another time but when I get back home I'm really excited to know that I have a whole bunch of daily harvest waiting for me. 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That's Quim at daily harvest. Dot Com 'cause sometimes you think all walk bus seems to be only like a small thing and it might seem to be right. There might be like a small thing but to that person it means a big thing. Come Warri. Am I think as well as being at school 'cause I know how it sounded like. I didn't have the best clothes and you know and I didn't in fact you know into everybody else was you know and because my dad just didn't have the money and I just think I felt back then so body image for guys and girls who are school so difficult isn't that so many factors right like even the clothes he said there's always this weird sort of economic thing going on with the groups and stuff group in a very affluent town but I my parents moved there before it became the town that it was so even even if I tell people where I'm from though is if swanning about or something no it's you know so sometimes I would say the town over you know Massachusetts. It's easier that way but you definitely felt that you know what I mean and that's a massive thing that every day yeah and also not talked about a lot of people don't WanNa talk talk about that because you don't talk about that is so true and also with as well as when people are you know all you must be earning loads and actually I know I mean I pay my bills and everything life and my son's Aka which the most important thing to me. It is now because actually what means lot me spending time with him. I just fail. He's third coming up thirteen. I got long last with them mid so he's like I'm. I just want to make that time so so now I mean I'm comfortable and I work hard charge. You know every time getting off. Put you only fines. They are then going to a she. You know everywhere. The most important thing to me is spending time with my boy. Oy and am I think is is it's you can get so mixed up in material things on yeah absolutely and even with the surgery on back and I'm like right. If you do that then it means you're gonNA have to put the same amount of money and she'll sons a kind and then I felt out by feel uh-huh kilkenny just spend on myself skews may well by little up systems to prevent awesome true making I think anything smallest well to make it positive in your mind because guilt can be jealousy can be such the thing I was reading this SARS watching this youtube video the other day a day by jealousy and he was saying on merit such an ego thing to jettison jettison just because some you know they may be in a certain place and I realize sometimes that kind of thing in your heart you have like a heartbreak but it is is just I'm just because you're egos factor throws. That's true yeah yeah like. Why didn't I get that. That's so true I have that I have. I'm even I get like that. Sometimes I love that Lambeau the wages I think what are those like Lizard Brain thing trae but you know when you let that takeover that's when you can have. This thought yeah yeah. I like yet but you will get the W. That's the thing you yeah exactly am am. I always find this well if someone's in a certain position so less that let's say rebecca sure that yes. She is absolutely amazing. She inspires wires. May She really does when we first got to go. She's an amazing woman. Oh.

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"65" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"65" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Women free right yeah which is a beautiful thing to get out to people to get back to the people who are struggling with desires or being by or whatever yeah yeah because as well. I I see a lot of guys than the bus trip bisexual because June fail a lot more women men are bisexual especially. He's easier. I think his while we guys unless you're in the gay community because I find actually allies at you is such a positive pulse. It's absolutely absolutely no Mike and Tori same too. Yeah I think especially with some of the guys that icy married guys and they're like Oh. She knew why at that. She really would love to try that. Maybe we could catch a transsexual s score. I'm waffling three sermon. Yeah Great Live inspired the that is why you know and and I've tried I've done practically crawl stipple very comprehensive research is it's such a funny because there was this guy wants so so one of the kind of no one even say where we put it weird or something that I hadn't done before. This guy had skin-tight skin tags on his body. Jeannie Wall easily. I've done it before. I've I've got a girl caught the most and it really does it for me and I was like we're eighty. Sexual and I come really so wow I've never ever done this. But would you feel comfortable. I said yes they it. Did he call on them. I swallowed love or was it that you you cut them off and then I think it was the Phelan actually if you walk me through step by step so is it like you did that first and then went down. Okay Yeah Yeah I he said so. He was getting harder and harder ready to explode love. Oh shoot for Brian to do you have any more than I but things like that and and again going back to being constant new body is is if you have to blemishes marks I I have them stretch stretch marks on my tummy and we should really celebrate as well you know some people get tied about lot lines but like landline shows that did you have laughed thighs so people get surgeries that remove any trace of age face it kind of takes away little personality sometimes times disparage plastic surgery and proponent of plastic surgery at I was reading about I know I I really do. I love it because it is something so I thought about it from when I was very very young. Kid you think roughly glorious. Iraq and I was thirteen yeah and I used to watch porn from a young age care from used to still his off I'm I'm forty three now. When I was in middle school I used to make money selling selling bootlegs and stuff and the Soviet sell bootlegs. I was like the other list. There was like these movies and then there's this one yeah it's good yeah even from back several isolate the big. B is an I knew I wouldn't have big boobs because my mum did so yeah so I was like really so when I was eighteen so I thought for years and years. I was waiting till who I was. At and T. Two am. I just think you've really got a research so what happened with me. I have my first one on. I went from Aa Blake up to a day. I all I want a yeah. I WANNA get bigger because I knew I won't say big yeah right right but again. It must have been sort ah negotiating that with the doctor the only thing up by in the U. K. is dot aren't very happy to go to the bigger size here they use silicone and in fact she got sailing go to Florida yet so then my second one and unfortunately a ah what happened was the two implants in the middle. There had no kind of cleaver. Them felt really depressed so what happened then was. I couldn't really work because I didn't like how isla before the whole mental state thing going under Soros so for a few years. I thought no J. will get your heads together. You can do this so I started to really research and and I would say sates anyone anyone who's going to surgery is I'm research on the forums. What's happened in not search search rate and if there's been any deaths or anything that's happened there on a positive thing and then just often look at the negatives is while now you gotta be careful? You got to be so all this stuff and I would just say to any definitely definitely research or so so so then January this coming year so I'm not going to go. Any bigger might be shat. What's the size of two thousand four hundred each and there are chip okay good on so many setting off more right. Ah Ashraful K. and then so you're not gonNA get another size up. This is your optimum size now. I wouldn't go to three thousand see saying ooh yeah just because I felt yet thus gonNa Bay while I won't base so there's a lovely lovely one Kumari Madison and then she's in the states and she's three thousand five hundred wow now what day was. What letter would that be like? It actually depends on the body shape or skin. You got coke quite Tali. The implant can make a difference because I haven't got much sure show. I'm so it can make a different way. You really the level is the more right yeah yeah yeah the the bigger you go kind of thing. I think like on the boob forums we always talk in. CCA that I forgot that I said because you are you talking about the most absolute way to measure Z so like next year my main plan then it's done so I've been to in research knife by two years just to make sure and I see where other girls also gone on. I ask around because like the bar is well you losing quality blah. It's art that you'll and healthy and everything. I definitely say P platter. Do your research and also make sure that you're doing it for the right reasons because I knew that I wanted like massive fake. Stockholm bonders plastic oppose. I knew I want a- An- An- also is to take into consideration that you are changing and there is a lot of positive but there is negative and people will one look you a certain way all failed. They want to attack here on a lot of on the social media and everything and just say that consideration that you are mentally strong enough for one the body image and Stephanie he won't you want an all say. You're going to get negative impulsive responses. I mean even in Articles Insane Spurs also on the other hand is well. It has affected my son because sometimes I've been I on if you are among or if you're also dot that you will get surgery it. It does have an impact so I call sign insane sprays and this woman just said Oh look at thought on a course thus not very nice my son tear I can just guy 'cause I hate being horrible so I wouldn't ever say anything so annoying too because when that happens yeah really the appropriate response in a way. Would I'd be like hey go. Fuck Yourself. You don't WanNa keep that with you but then you say like nice person so you're not. GonNa get into confrontation like I want to get away with advice and that's what I do. Try is the same on twitter is wow. It's like when someone says something hateful my I'm going to change this Glad you're happy for me or something you know. Smiley face and also like stuns them. They don't know what to do with that. Yeah so I think hatch late then you just let go in that negative and it was the same with that woman that stepped back so my son will hold a lot of 'em inside inside. He fails east protect. Make sure being him and he fills up the mine noble. He's growing up blessing protective trae so I am I also WanNa also me onto that from therapy and counseling because me I'm my my son. Therapists is such a positive thing yeah. I hadn't for a long time and I've just started going back again. Just just particularly. It's great to talk. It's wonderful to talk you know one of the greatest things.

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