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Biden's Vaccine Mandate: A Declaration of War Against 80 Million Americans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | Last week

Biden's Vaccine Mandate: A Declaration of War Against 80 Million Americans

"Seen mandates. The right has finally found its line in the sand at last. That was a tweet from a guy named paul joseph watson on twitter. He's right this'll be the moment. That finally americans recognizing this disaster of presidency an effort to mandate a vaccine by the private sector the federal government trying to literally fourche private businesses to fire people who are unvaccinated. jesse waters. Yesterday on fox. News was right. This is a a declaration of war against eighty million

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Paul Kengor Suggests We Reached Immunity Between Vaccinated and Naturally Immune People

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last week

Paul Kengor Suggests We Reached Immunity Between Vaccinated and Naturally Immune People

"He writes the following So, according to the CDC itself. An estimated 120 million Americans have been infected with Covid. Then there are another 200 million plus have been vaccinated. Many of those infected were pressured into getting vaccinated anyway. Still add up those numbers, and there's surely close to 300 million Americans with natural immunity, artificial immunity. Out of 330 million In many of the 330 million are Children, babies. So the natural immunity question is crucial. And yet the feds aren't even discussing it. Well, this is my point. As well. When you throw around the unvaccinated Joe Biden is assuming that people out there will be as stupid as he is and say, Hey, yeah, he's 80 million. Unvaccinated. Say, Wait a minute. Whatever. I've got immunity and but you're not vaccinated. Don't like that. I am vaccinated. But that has nothing to do with anything. I wonder if Salon what was that puts his name Zachary something rather Mr Producer. Pitzer rally. Pizzarelli, pepperoni. What was his name? Anyways, a little. He's a mental midget. Zachary over there. It's salon, speaking of left wing cook sites. I wonder if Zachary is going to write articles. About this. What it means to be unvaccinated, and that Joe Biden first was opposed to the Trump vaccinations. Now he can't get enough of them. Or Kamala Harris. Same thing. He'd rather write about. The poor souls who've been in talk radio who passed away. This is how sick these bastards are.

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Why Should You Trust Joe Biden Over Your Personal Healthcare Provider?

Mark Levin

01:35 min | Last week

Why Should You Trust Joe Biden Over Your Personal Healthcare Provider?

"Anybody else. Joe Biden gave to me a frightening speech. This evening. No, I believe in these vaccines. I'm not in ever of action, but I believe you should consult your own doctor. That the government Television hosts even radio hosts. They're not to be trusted. You trust your own physician. You don't go to the government. When it comes to other medical issues. Politicization of this issue. Biden Harris last summer as I will demonstrate By Fauci and the teachers unions. By CNN, MSNBC and other irresponsible phony news sites. Has undermined the credibility of so many of these institutions. You go to your doctor. You talk to your doctor. 80 million adults have not been vaccinated. They say 70% have been I've asked this question before. The 80 million who have not been vaccinated. How many of them Have the, uh, anti body now. Because they don't need to be vaccinated. Maybe that's their position. I don't know. How many of them can't be vaccinated because some kind of health malady that they already have what percentage of the email? I don't know. And Joe Biden is a pathological serial liar, so I don't know what's coming out of his mouth. Could be anything close to the science for the statistics that we

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Fire Kills 41 Inmates, 80 Hurt at Crowded Indonesian Prison

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Fire Kills 41 Inmates, 80 Hurt at Crowded Indonesian Prison

"A massive five whose rage through an overcrowded prison near Indonesia's capital killing over forty inmates and injuring around eighty of those the vice footage shows firefighters battling to extinguish orange flames while black smoke billows from the compound Indonesian red cross officials evacuated the victims the ambulances while dozens of bodies in orange bags we laid in a prison room a police chief was told reporters an early probe into the cause of the fire points to a short circuit in one of nineteen cells in one of the prison blocks after the fire was extinguished hundreds of police and soldiers who deployed around the prison to prevent prisoners from escaping I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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California Governor Candidate Larry Elder Explains How Gavin Newsom Fails Minorities

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

California Governor Candidate Larry Elder Explains How Gavin Newsom Fails Minorities

"Then I see Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren campaigning against him. Honestly, I see all these white politicians campaigning against Larry Elder because all their talk about a white supremacist society, I would say, Well, I guess they would know. Because the white dominant Democrat party Is now working in California to defeat A man who embraces this country embraces liberty. It's also by the way, an African American Larry Elder. How are you, sir? Mark doing well, Thank you very much for having me. I appreciate it. Tell us what's going on in California right now and and how people can get out and vote. Well, Mark. What's going on? Is everything you just now rattled off. I would only add the decline in the quality of our public education. 75% of black boys here in California Mark, believe it or not, 75% that's not a typo cannot read at state levels of proficiency, and of course, those levels are low. The mass scores or even worse, Nearly half of all third graders cannot read at state levels of proficiency and around 80% of all kids educated in our government schools are black and brown. I only mentioned that because that's what the left prior to self on caring about now the number one obstacle towards choice in education that polls show black and parent black and brown parents want The teachers union. Who's the number one thunder of my opponent, Gavin Newsom. The teachers union and poll after poll after poll shows that the people living in the earnest city recognized getting the worst teachers the worst principles, the worst bureaucrats and they want the opportunity to put their kid in the private school, a religious school home schooling or a charter school, and they're being denied that opportunity. Yet they march in there every single year and pull that lever for the party that is warning the number one way of escaping poverty, and that's to at least Finished high school

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Can You Hear the Screams of the People of Afghanistan Tonight?

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Can You Hear the Screams of the People of Afghanistan Tonight?

"Now we have propaganda is in this country from the Defense Department to the state Department to the White House. Highly paid, Admiral Kirby. Nick Price, Jen, pus, AKI and others. And now generals who are part of the propaganda. Do you think George Patton or Omar Bradley or the top General George Marshall would leave American citizens and enemy territory under any circumstances or conditions? Including at the order. The commander in chief, No commander in chief has ever ordered any general To leave citizens behind. What about these Children and these women? What about the Afghan allies? The men who fought next to US firefight after firefight. What about the 80 to 100,000 s ivy visas granted special visas granted to Patriots, who fought side by side with Americans. Instead, we hear that the American citizens didn't act fast enough. Instead, we hear this was a massive success. Instead, we here we will use diplomacy. To deal with these Nazis. Instead, we hear we may in the future work with them against Isis as if they're different. It's the Taliban that allowed Al Qaeda to attack us on 9 11, the Taliban They have our equipment they have are people. They have our allies. They are going to threaten us. They're working with the Communist Chinese. They're working with Putin. They're working with the Iranians and listen to me. America. Can you hear the screams of the people of Afghanistan tonight?

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Yuri Bezmenov Predicts Big Media Catering to Government, Only to Save Themselves

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Yuri Bezmenov Predicts Big Media Catering to Government, Only to Save Themselves

"For me, Jim. Yuri Bez Mina fee. I want you to listen very closely to this folks is a former KGB agent explaining what exactly happens to the woke crowd defending these idiots in the White House and empower right now. When their time comes, check this out. And yet these people have been programmed and as you say in place, and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept, these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this most of them. Yes, simply because The psychological shock when when they will see in future what the what the beautiful Society of equality and social justice means in practice. Obviously they will revolt. They will. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people. And the Marxist Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. They obviously they will join the links of the centre's dissidents. Unlike in present United States, they will do not place for dissent in future Marxist Leninist America. Here you can. You can get, uh, popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy rich like Jane Fonda for being dissident for criticizing your Pentagon. In future, these people will be simply Squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them. Nothing for that beautiful noble ideas of equality. The irony now is what Desmond Off, said about these useful idiots who kissed the butts of people and power, hoping they'll be the last one is taken out in the end, As he says, You know, you get these chain fund this is because this has taken in the eighties, you know, and they become celebrities for for taking on the Pentagon. Now the left has shifted so completely from Jane Fonda there now fond of Jane. There now the other way around there now completely that they've done a total 1 80 so much So it's almost a 1 83 65 20. Check the math

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U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan Continues, Despite Need for Humanitarian Aid

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan Continues, Despite Need for Humanitarian Aid

"Efforts continue US the U. S and other countries race to get people out ahead of President Biden's August 31st withdrawal deadline, which is Tuesday, the head of the International Rescue Committee, David Milliband, warns of another kind of danger facing Afghanistan's of millions of Africa. Hands need humanitarian aid. But I desperately worried the military withdrawal on the 31st will leave them at the mercy not just of political events but of a collapsing economy of covid running rampant of drought in 80% of the country.

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Temi: The First Personal, Autonomous Robot for Your Home

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

02:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Temi: The First Personal, Autonomous Robot for Your Home

"I wanted to spend a few minutes talking about Timmy because this is really interesting because it kind of brings the best of voice and healthcare into this personal robot. Just to sort of level set, what is Tammy? So Tammy is the world's first personal robotic voice assistant platform. And the operative keyboard there is platform because it really enables anyone to really build anything custom for their needs. So when we look at robotics, there's sort of three robots, you know, you have your utility robots that just kind of do singular things like deliver food and do just one thing and then you have Hemi which is sort of that hybrid robot that can deliver food, but it's also very engaging. So the only voice enabled Alexa platform out there that's on a robot. And then you have sort of the more humanoid robots that Mark was talking about, you know, where it's actually census things like emotions and it's got the deep learning and it's more conversational. So can you sort of write in between kind of robots? And we were fortunate during the pandemic to really accelerate innovation and sort of bring our platform onto Tam, but also put in things like an integrated remote patient launching platform. I mean, you heard Mark say that, you know, the cost of healthcare is rising. The one wants to go to the emergency room. You know, there's obviously benefits of having virtual care in a home setting. So we were able to do all those sorts of innovation on Tammy. Quickly on the specifications, I won't spend a whole lot of time on this, but the nice thing about Tammy is that it comes pre loaded with 16 sensors and they're all over this robot. They've got a LIDAR sensor at the bottom that shoots lasers so it can autonomously navigate its way around, avoiding obstacles. It's got depth cameras. It's got RGB cameras, dot proximity sensor, so it knows when someone's close by and you're going to see all of this live. It's one thing seeing a video, but it's another thing when you actually witness this thing live and you're going to see that here in a minute and all these sensors really enable tami to find its way around and avoid obstacles and of course its head is an autonomous tablet, which is really nice because you don't have to touch anything. You know, the old days of telehealth, you're pushing these cards around and touch things and, you know, you hear about 80 year old timing that's very dexterity issue you don't have to touch anything that can be just rolls in, and its head is a tablet and it's literally like having a person on the tablet communicating

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The Secret Bias Hidden in Mortgage-Approval Algorithms

Morning Edition

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

The Secret Bias Hidden in Mortgage-Approval Algorithms

"Likely to deny mortgages to people of color than to white people with comparable financial profiles, according to a report released this morning from the investigative news outlet, the markup. The team there analyzed about two million conventional mortgage applications from 2019. These are separate from the one subsidized by the government for people with lower credit scores. The new analysis finds that nationwide lenders were 40% more likely to reject Latina X applicants and 80% more likely to reject black applicants. Key suspect here, Bias built into the algorithms software used to guide the loan approval process. I spoke to Emanuel Martinez, Data reporter at the Markup who worked on this story, along with his colleague, Lauren Kershner. I found that people of color are more likely to be denied than their white counterparts even when they look financially the same, and those include factors at the lending industry said would explain them away. So for context, David, I've been looking at this topic for the last four years. I've been working with this data extensively in the first time around. I published this analysis found the same thing. Lenders told me that they weren't denying people of color because of their race. They were denying them because of things like debt to income ratio combined loan to value racial And now with this analysis, I have those two ratios. And I still find that people of color are denied at higher rates even when including those two important financial characteristics now I saw and you cited the American Bankers Association. He said. The data that you could get still had limitations, and they don't believe you've made the case that the system discriminates right there. Updated statement is that it's still about credit score and credit histories. But when the C F P B when the government looked at that particular metric, they found that when they hold credit score, constant people of color still are denied at higher rates than their white counterparts.

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S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher

Mark Simone

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher

"And durable goods orders that came out today. We're just mixed and so it didn't really move the market all that much, although we did see a move higher in interest rates as the stock market continues to recover both the S and P and NASDAQ pushing further into record territory. And the doubt also advancing modestly in the early going yields on the 10 year note hitting 1.31%. The dollar is firmer. That's putting some downside. Pressure on commodities oil just slipping a couple cents to about 67 50 a barrel while gold is tumbling $21 to 17 80 70 outs as we said durable goods orders kind of a mixed picture there as far

Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones Drummer, Dies at 80

AM Tampa Bay

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones Drummer, Dies at 80

"Well, one of the great drummers in rock and roll has died. Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones died in London at the age of 80. And he leaves behind a huge legacy lots is considered one of the greatest rock drummers of all time. Met the band in a lending club and provided the right B to the searching guitar riffs of Keith Richards. Together. Their sound propelled the bands rock mixed with R and B that became the Stones signature. But Watson is also flexible as the band's sound changed in the eighties, So did his drumming lots was inducted into the Hall of Fame. With the band in 1989,

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Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones Drummer Dies at 80

Atlanta's Morning News

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones Drummer Dies at 80

"No word. What Charlie Watts. Death will mean for the Rolling Stones Upcoming tour. The band isn't saying the Stones previously announced Watts would not be part of the no filter tour because of his health. He died Tuesday at a hospital in London Watch was 80 The Stone Show in Atlanta's November 11th Mercedes Been

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Caller Concerned About Amount of Resources Designated for Afghan Immigrants

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller Concerned About Amount of Resources Designated for Afghan Immigrants

"Me get this straight. Yes, ma'am. Am I correct to find out that these immigrants in Afghanistan's once we get them here in the United States? Do they get a big allotment of money? Okay? Well, it depends. I mean, if they become citizens, Yes, um If they are legal immigrants, to some extent. Certainly, yes. Yeah, anywhere from 5 to $10,000 to get them started. This is I don't know the amount crazy. Oh, wow. I have a feeling though, To be perfectly honest with you. I have a feeling of most of them could They would stay in their homes and stay in their country. But they're afraid for their lives. Getting 80 to 100 of Afghanistan's He in Baltimore. They've hired 60. Translators. Um, for them to come here. We're probably why do you need 60 Translator for 100 people? Exactly that I don't understand at all. And by the way, some of them are translators. Well, I don't know That's just something that I heard, you know, but I go

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Charlie Watts, Drummer for the Rolling Stones, Dies at 80

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Watts, Drummer for the Rolling Stones, Dies at 80

Charlie Watts, Longtime Drummer for the Rolling Stones, Dies at 80

AP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Watts, Longtime Drummer for the Rolling Stones, Dies at 80

Rod Gilbert, Hall of Famer for New York Rangers, Dies at 80

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Rod Gilbert, Hall of Famer for New York Rangers, Dies at 80

"Hockey hall of Famer Wanshel bear the New York Rangers all time leading scorer has passed away at the age of eighty job there are right wing who played on the famed gag language genre telling they can't feel for much of his eighteenth season career scored four hundred six goals in six hundred fifteen assists for one thousand twenty one points he held twenty team scoring records and trailed only Gordie Howe and points by a right wing or in any chill history when he retired in nineteen seventy seven show bears number seven was the first uniform number retired by the Rangers I'm Tom merry I'm

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Bus Driver Shortages Are Latest Challenge Hitting US Schools

Kim Komando

00:15 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bus Driver Shortages Are Latest Challenge Hitting US Schools

"Bus drivers are running in short supply. A survey conducted in March by the school right service company hop Skip Drive shows. Nearly 80% of school districts that responded were having trouble finding bus drivers. The NASCAR Cup series rolls into Michigan as the regular season winds down.

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"80" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

06:17 min | 4 months ago

"80" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"In their marriage improvement wise that are both short term and long lasting. There are a number of things that they might begin to see the first is. They'll likely see a reduction in conflict tension and resentment As we've talked about fifty fifty is really a recipe for that and a lot of the tools were offering here with radical generosity. Our way out of that. I'd say number one would be that reduction in conflict but then number two and this is really like the whole reason we wrote. This book is an increase in connection connection. We think of as just the lifeblood of the relationship that win. We are connected. All sorts of good things happened. One start winning together. Kelly talked about but there's also a really significant shift and intimacy. A lot of the reason. Couples are struggling to have a healthy life. Sexually is because there's just a lack of connection or there's so much resentment in the that the last thing you wanna do is start tearing each other's clothes off right. There's just a way in which becoming more connected and and that feeling of being in love it enhances the relationship on all sorts of levels but it also has this sort of ripple effect to the entire family. That kids become happier. Your neighbors interact with may become happier because you don't have that scowl on your face. There's a way in which by changing our marriage we like to say we're changing the world because we're changing the way we show up now. I have a personal question for the two of you because you wrote this as a married couple. Did you run into anything surprising during your research that applied to your own relationship. Were there any sticky situations that i'm doing. The air quotes for the two of you that you had to overcome and i guess did the eighty eighty method work. Yes well first of all it has been amazing for us. This whole journey of writing this book coming up with these ideas together. We long ago made this pledge that we would never work together. We had a wall of separation between kalian natives. We call but we decide to write this book and it ended up being the best thing that's ever happened to our marriage. It's been phenomenal in that. Respect the way that. I think this really helped us was around power and you know one of the key. Themes of this book is that if we're looking to be equal than in love fairness is a pretty clumsy technology but if we look closely at power and the structures that underlie power in a relationship. That's actually a really good way of achieving equality. That doesn't require us to keep score and get into constant conflict so for us you know we met at seventeen but then really got together and at twenty four married at twenty six and power was always this really interesting dynamic kaley early on was the higher earner i was going to graduate school. She was working at deloitte and then an executive coach. There are some really interesting dynamics around power that i don't think we fully understood until we wrote this book and the book was a way of understanding that if we shift to this idea of a structure built on shared success and shared values that becomes one of the most powerful ways of just achieving that balance between the two of us and achieving real equality. Kelly what are your thoughts on this. I think they really named it beautifully. Living and the background of this power dynamic fairness snuck in a lot where for me there was this experience. Like you're not trying as hard as i am or you're not working as hard as i am and instead of seeing it as a team effort we actually were almost competing with each other. Eighty eighty really changed the way that i thought about how we were each contributing in our own way rather than the best friend since the quarterback sort of like. How can we be a team. You need a quarterback but you also needed running back or wide receiver. You're actually going to score. And so i think that power was a key piece. The other piece that really shifted for me is that my default thought process is still fairness all level with you gave. I would say at least once a day. I have some version of a thought that like wait a second. That's not fair and having the language of radical generosity or eighty as a q house me go looking for. That story can either become something that i tell myself. And then go looking for evidence of or something that challenge. And when i have the thought that's not fair if in that moment i'm able to go radical generosity and look for evidence that name actually doing something generous for me or on the whole that balance and connection is enhanced based on what i'm doing it takes away the sting and it takes away the score keeping that. I think characterize the way that i thought before we started this project. What's the one insight or practice the most important insider practice that you hope couples takeaway from your book. Yeah i think it's a two tiered practice but it starts with this idea of one radically generous active contribution a day so just doing one. nice thing. This doesn't have to be huge. You don't have to take your partner to bali you know or to some extravagant dinner. It could just be writing them sticky note that says i love you and putting it on their desks something simple that can be transformative and then the best way to follow that up is an appreciation so when your partner does that one radically generous act catch them doing that and appreciate it and really do go on a scavenger hunt where instead of just skipping over all of the ways that your partner is great in a day appreciate them for the things that you might almost feel entitled to us when you shift that relationship to appreciation it gets contagious. I love that so much. Thank you both for being here..

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"80" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"80" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"I still wanna go back to this idea that there's nothing wrong bit specifically what if one partner thinks there's nothing wrong but the other partner is like all. I need this book. This is fantastic. How do you navigate that. Because i imagine that this is probably common. I don't think that partners tend to both realized that they need a tune-up or an adjustment or something looked at. It's usually one person over the other. How do you get the defensive partner on board. Really the question. I hear you asking is what do we do if one person's really psyched about it and one person is a little bit more reluctant and they showed up so much in our interviews that we actually wrote a whole chapter called the reluctant partner. There's an approach that the gentle way that you introduce this to your partner as hey. I think that there are some ideas here. That could take us from good. To great is much more available and exciting and non threatening to a partner versus like pay. You need to read this book because we're messed up right instead. It's to say hey. How can we use some of these to be even better. If you're in a situation where you try to raise it with your partner and what you get back is active defensiveness. Why are you trying to mess up our relationship. This is working just great for me. Then we think that there's actually sort of a a stealth gift that's possible in eighty which is in your own mind if you're able to shift from man. I do all the work here and there just the free rider and frame it for yourself where you're still probably doing the same amount of work but if you do it as a gift to the family and are able to go looking for things to be grateful for sometimes it helps changed the tenor where your partner becomes more available to the conversation about how you can grow. What are the things that the couples notice when they first get started. What's the first challenge that they work on together. And what's the first success. Well so what the first things that. We encourage couples to work on together in your question. I'm believing that this couple has said we're in. We're in for the mindset shift we're in for radical generosity we wanna creates or the call and response of an active contribution and appreciation then together. What they often construct are their values. How do we together want to define success because one of the things that we found really really interesting this book is that when you shift your mindset radical generosity you move out of winning as an individual and instead it feels like a shared success that you win together. But there isn't a single edition of what that success might be so some couples are really about financial security and others are really about raising happy. Kids and some are really about adventure. There's a couple of we interviewed called honey trekkers who are on a belief year. Nine of their honeymoons. They are really about adventure. And they've made some choices like they don't have children and i don't think they're 401k. Is that full Just to be able to pursue that adventure all of. That's a long way to say that when couples are able to sit down and say what is this chapter of our life about. How will we know that. Were in alignment with our vision for ourselves and our values together. That project unites them in feeling like when they do achieve things. It's for the benefit of them together. Since you so much for answering the questions you know the reluctant partner and things like that. I've i've noticed that a lot of folks that listen to a podcast on the topic of like relationship improvement etc. I would say ninety percent of the time based on the feedback that we're getting it's one partner that wants to quote unquote saved the relationship with another partner that is. I noticed that we were talking a lot about both people being on board. Which of course i i know. Both people have to be on board in order to be successful but i wanted to ensure that people that were like well. My my spouse has never gonna listen a had some feedback on. What's what's the game plan here. And by the way your answer for that was excellent. How do we go from good to great. Because you're right. Everybody looking for something like this thing. That sucks make it better and that is a tall order. That would make me feel bad if my wife said that to me. Yeah and i think that the way you ask the question gave was so good because it really is the twofold response that there's the good to great and there's also the change your own experience of it that i think sometimes in a relationship where one person is working really hard on the relationship and it feels like their partner is reluctant. They can get discouraged and that actually increases the amount of criticism that they bring to how they see their partner and so by shifting their perspective where they're looking for those moments as glimpses of this is why i married you this is why you're fantastic and highlighting those. It does start to engage their partner more in the conversation. I could not agree more. It's really just that shifting great. It's the difference between a goal and a deadline. A goal is something that you achieve a deadline is something that you miss. But the result of the same. My goal is noon. I did it. My deadline is new. It's pushing down on me now. Let's move into success so now they're successful. They've been doing this for six months. What are some things that they see..

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"80" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

04:54 min | 4 months ago

"80" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"You think about it as a gift to your family. A gift to you as a couple. You're probably doing the same thing. Your attitude is just really different. So i'm still washing the same dish at the end of dinner but instead of being like oh man when i cook i make way fewer dishes for nathan he makes for me incentive thinking. It's a gift to the family. And if a gift to maiden or daughter that they get to play cards. While i finish up in the kitchen heart one is radical generosity and party to is appreciation. And it's changing the glasses you wear as you're looking at your partner that in some ways it's easy to put on the glasses of finding fault where you catch them doing all the things that irritate you all the ways. They're not measuring up or trying as hard. And instead i go on a scavenger hunt looking for all the ways that your partner is awesome looking for all the ways that they contribute because when you catch them doing something great and you thank them for it. It creates an incentive to do more of it by the way these are enormous things this is not like and then i got a half an hour massage and then i appreciated him for completely painting the house. These are things that are like. Thank you for turning on the coffee when you were in the kitchen i it was so nice to not have to wait for it to heat up little things that make a huge difference when a couple implements this into their lives. What's the first thing that they notice and honestly by. I think they notice. I want to know the first challenge that they have. That makes them wanna give this up. Well i think the biggest challenge is there can be an expectation that all you need to do is shift your mindset from fifty fifty to eighty eighty and you'll be radically generous all the time and you'll live in the state of marital bliss and you'll be happy ever after and the reality is that these are mental patterns that are so deeply ingrained that fairness never goes away with a couple of things. Oh i'm never going to think about fairness again. I'm never gonna keep score again. I'm gonna be radically generous. They're doomed to failure. In some some ways and i think the real challenge is to bring a bit of mindfulness to your experience of marriage where you begin to just see that these thoughts about fairness are sort of the background of almost every relationship and never go away. But if you can just see them as thoughts there's room to then shift your mindset to this idea radical generosity and so. I think that's what the the biggest challenge but also appro tip in a way is to just become more mindful of the way your mind has been patterned to look for what's fair and use that as an opportunity to shift as i'm listening to this. I think to myself all this is perfect. I don't need this. I'm already generous and fair and kind. I'm a great husband. But sincerely i i know that. Even in my own marriage there's deficiencies. I would imagine that there's deficiencies and probably most marriages because most people believe that. Their marriage is perfect. But what is that. There was a study that said that ninety percent of people believe that there are an above average driver right clearly. That can't hold up. So is it like this for marriage. Would somebody like me. Who has the perfect marriage. And i say this tongue in cheek benefit from this book because after all i already believed that things are good. It's so funny that you raise it this week because one of the surprises that has shown up for us in writing. This book is that there seems to be sort of a stigma around saying. Hey i could improve in my relationship. And so we think about eighty eighty as an opportunity for couples who are doing well to be great and for couples who are struggling to have some more tools so in some ways wherever you are. There's a way that eighty eighty can help you. Many couples will consciously or unconsciously. Feel a little bit defensive about the idea of getting helping their relationship and yet to me. That seem sort of silly. It's not like hey. I'm going to buy a recipe book. Will that mean that. There's a real problem with your cooking retail like. I'm gonna buy a parenting book. Well are you thinking about leaving your children. The they're sort of really funny double standard around marriage. So i would say yes if you are already in a relationship where you're communicating and feeling healthy. Eighty has the opportunity to help you grow. And if you're in a situation where you go darn i feel really stock. Hopefully there are some tips in here. That can help you get unstuck and on that path to more connection and we'll be right back after these messages..

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"80" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

07:58 min | 4 months ago

"80" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Have nate and kaley clump. Kelly is a graduate of stanford university where she earned a b a an international relations and an emmy and sociology. Nate holds a b. A in an ma in philosophy from stanford university and a ph d. from princeton university. They are married couple. Who together wrote the book. The eighty eighty marriage a new model for a happier stronger marriage. Kalian nato welcome to the show. Thanks so much gave so happy to be here. Great to be here personally. I am not a big fan marriage and relationship books. I i tend to believe that every relationship is just so different that it has different needs and wants so a book that claims to have the solution to improving. Your marriage naturally makes me suspicious now spoiler alert you both made it onto the show so obviously something piqued my interest and that specific thing was why eighty eighty basically. The eighty is to answer the main questions that modern couples are asking. How do we stay equals and being love that we sort of solve for equality trying to do things fifty fifty fair but that completely blew up. I imagine we'll talk some more about that. And so it's how do we create a relationship where we can stretch more toward one another create a of radical generosity of contribution and appreciation rather than scorekeeping and therefore rather than just having our individual pursuits succeed together. As i'm sitting here thinking about my own marriage. I think about all the advice that i've been given and there's a fifty fifty and then there's the your equals. Now in my mind to equals equals like one hundred and one hundred which mathematically falls apart so eighty eighty falls apart. Even more for this my. Yeah my my specific question is so eighty percent into my marriage. Which i believe is what you're saying. What do i do with the other twenty percent. you're right. The math makes no sense which we like to say. It's sort of the whole point because neither does love right. It's there's a kind of inherent irrationality that's happening. We are arguing that you want to move the yardstick in marriage from just doing your fair share. You're fifty percent to eighty percent and your question as well okay. So that leaves twenty percent. What do you do with that or why. Not one hundred one hundred. That's the question we often get and really the answer. There is that we think this spirit of radical generosity that's really the essence of eight hundred. Eighty can either be underdone or overdone right and most of us are undoing it but there is a potential of being so radically essentially give up yourself and you know you know where to think about your own purpose and your own projects and and there's a lot of self that goes along with that so eighty percent is sort of that middle way that were trying to strike out here. I absolutely love that. You admit that the math doesn't add up and compared to the fact that love doesn't add up which sort of feeds into my idea. That these books and webinars and seminars. That's why they always drive me a little batty and plus my my natural pessimistic nature. I understand the concept of fairness but at the same time. I don't think that. I understand the concept of fairness in a marriage. Now you explore this idea of fairness and i believe that you've realized that fairness in a marriage is a problem we think of this idea. Fifty fifty fairness as almost like the cultural center of gravity in marriage. Like this is just where we tend to default to and it creates all sorts of resentment and leads to keeping score. Really what i think is most interesting. Especially for this podcast. Given your focus is we started to uncover some really interesting research in psychology that basically says fairness is almost like a mirage in the desert. Like you think it's there you just get closer to it. You're gonna find it but the closer you get the further received and there's sort of like two explanations for that one is what cognitive psychologists call a bail ability bias which is basically just a fancy way of saying that when it comes to me all of my contributions to our marriage are totally self evident. I know exactly what i've done. I know all the plates that i've taken out of the dishwasher. All the contributions to our marriage comes to kayla's done it gets really fuzzy and one of the things that's really interesting about this too is that is not only that i know every laundry basket that i folded. I know every dishwasher. i've emptied. It's a lot of the things that happen in marriage. A lot of that work is actually invisible because it's emotional labor so it's really hard to calculate like all right today is nate's mom's birthday how much time and energy and thought went into. Can we gather outside. Can we make a meal that everyone will actually eat. Can we make sure that she feels celebrated and everybody stay safe. And keep an alignment with the agreements with school. Like all of these considerations that actually take a lot of they become invisible and how to make that kind of stuff. There is a total losing battle. You can't and there's another piece of this. That i think is really interesting. Which is about overestimation. I think that what i've done is more. And i just missed what needs done. And there's actually a whole bunch of research that says everyone does this that when we're estimating how much time we spent on things we're actually way off so when i say like oh man. This weekend i cleaned for our. It was probably like half an hour. And i think that a little bit. I don't know if you're a calvin and hobbes fan. But i definitely have you seen the ones calvin counting his push ups by how they feel. That's how labour goes in marriage right so cavins doing pushups. He's like one to twenty hundred man. I was at workout. It feels that way and marriage to especially with childcare and housework. Oh my gosh. Every activity feels like more. How do you get around that. I get that. We shouldn't count favors. I i understand that it even sort of sounds wrong but at the same time. I don't wanna be taken advantage of. And i need to keep scores somehow which i know sounds all kinds of messed up and it's probably giving you great insight into my marriage. But how do you avoid that. We're arguing that if you stay anchored in this mindset of fifty fairness it's a recipe for the kind of conflict and resentment that we've been talking about that comes from keeping score if on the other hand you do something radical and it is radical which is why we call it radical generosity. It makes no sense. It is by definition unfair. But if you strive toward this idea of radical generosity where you're trying to do more than your fair share all sorts of really interesting things happen like all of a sudden. There's no longer this persistent conflict that's going on in the background. And there's this contagious spirit of generosity. That starts to emerge in a relationship that can be really powerful. We like say that. Just it's fairness and resentment is contagious. Radical generosity also contagious and it can create a kind of upward spiral that affects the entire culture of the relationship. Now if it's radical how do you get there. How do you implement this into your marriage. So there's too easy ish places to start the first for a radical generosity is around contribution and we think about. This is what you do in your relationship and it's looking for ways that you can give and the relationship from radical generosity rather than keeping score..

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"80" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"80" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Never tried it at this point but it was like yes. The the for smaller stuff so choice Through the same thing but longer paint parrot and his team began looking for employees of this company to try to find someone who could be a whistle blower. Now if you don't know you can go on linked in search for a company and see thousands of employees at work for that company and from there you can try to find people who would be in the position to know what dirt just company has because after all a whistle blower has to testify in court to say that they saw this company commit crimes so it can't just be anyone who works there so they slowly start going through individuals of this company. Narrowing it down. Then when they find people who would be in the know they start scouring their social media profiles trying to figure out if this person could be persuaded to beal whistle blower because you sort of need to find someone with strong morals and ethics willing to do the right thing and is willing to work with the sec. Because at the end of the day a whistle blower has to decide. What do they care about more this company. They work for or justice for the crimes that were committed. Eventually paint parrot and his team zeroed in on a person. This guy ticked all the boxes of someone who would know enough to testify has the morals and ethics to want to do. The right thing was american so he could be patriotic. And as a bonus the target was living in the uk right. We're paying parrot wise. This was now their target in their mission is to convince this guy to blew the whistle on the company. He worked for now that they've identified their target paint paragon to work learning as much about this guy's life as possible us with unicef run. These standards solve open source. Intelligence taught cynics. Let's try and get much mason as we can. And let's look his trump build up who and where his family are used. Facebook swing get pictures of his family. First and last names. Your locations i found out is from state case. Now we're just looking at. He matched them names in that state and then she thought with down the list of how his mum's a landline and mobile phone number or just for open source intelligence. Yeah we're looking at facebook. Instagram chinese still an old my space. your discount. Subtle kind of build up a picture. This guy's life. Where does he co when this holiday when the trouble states. Where does he go on. Holidays anywhere he goes. This is all pretty basic research. Most of the information they're getting is just from public social media profiles but he was also looking up things like voter registration databases real estate listings and other online resources to fill out their picture but most of what they're getting is just stuff. That's publicly out there. Ready for anyone to find so mobile number. We've got a wealth of light information about his daily life from various social media and his wife social media and stuff other. Oh yeah that's a good tip. If the target is not showing much on social media find their spouse because their spouse might be posting all the info like where. They're traveling what food. They're eating pictures of themselves. It sometimes can be a much better source of information than the target themselves. We've got historical dates of family where they currently are living and his relations. How often he generally travels back to the states. Rule must be out will be call a pattern of life on the person and we use that to then start trying to decide how we're gonna it's also a al. I'm going to slot into this guy's life and that's the question right with all this information. How do you approach the person to convince them to be a whistle blower if you just phone them up and say hey do you wanna be a whistleblower that seems odd. You might instantly lose them. If you want to persuade someone the best way to do it is to get them to believe it's their idea. So that's the plan. Paint parrot was going to enter. This guy's life become friends with him and slowly. Plant the idea that whistleblowing is a great idea so this means paint parrot needs to come up with a pretext a backstory as to who he is and then meet this guy. Paint parrot builds an identity online he creates a fake linked in profile and business cards to look like he works at another company with a similar job as the guy. He's targeting in fact he purposely made his profile a bit less accomplished as his target to his target when it feel intimidated. Pink perry begins memorizing pretext wit carolina's in uk pay-as-you-go sim cards and just like secondhand phone sticker. Pasia chris seminar here never really putting money on that s we actually had to make a coal from halftime j. Just give out that number for people to call you on a lotta. These phones ended up little little stick on so he put me like a rubber case or whatever but when you take the case of will have a little sticker up with various solve case names the code-named attributed projects will case on the back of having a one point. I'd like six phones. I'd to take cases of myself. What foams for what job and for what your personality i do you like a stare in the mirror and call yourself by your fake name and like in different accents and stuff so generally this kind of thing. Some people might argue this. I always use my real first name because there's nothing worse than someone shouts name using your real name onto it. My name's dave and has no put me introduce must help. People is dave because especially off the doing this for awhile and you gonna have a few drinks from some if they feel talking to someone else and you'll targeted rogers as dave and you just completely ignore it because it's not your actual name you can. It can land you in or somebody coming into the bar and shouting your real name and then we'll explain yourself exactly. Yeah you'll sit down. You told this guy. Your name's dave and someone comes and going. Hey frights treads are you. Look you see that sort of stuff in the movies they yeah. It just doesn't work like that so at this point. Paint parrot has spent weeks learning about every aspect of his target. He has his own story cooked up along with fake business cards and a fake social media profile and now he thinks it's time to make first contact paint parent knows this guy's routine is go to the bar every friday night with some co workers have a few drinks and then a few hours later. The co workers leave in his wave comes and a few friends to have a few more drinks so his plan is to somehow make first contact just as his co workers leaving and the targets wife showing up because at that point the guy would already have a few drinks in him and be comfortable with the territory and when you have any of his work friends around paint parrot knew this was going to be a long game. He didn't think he was just going to be able to meet this guy in a pub one night and convince him to be a whistle blower that same night so his plan was just to become friends with him at first and gain trust so friday night comes paint parrot and a few of his workers had to the pub where they know this guy will be. I saw initially with a couple of other colleagues. Just be seen in the parnell creepy way to sunnyside and wants to feel like he's you know he's drunk enough gets the point where the ball's busy to evacuate acute y'all kinda slip a self fronts. Decay and.

"80" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

07:34 min | 10 months ago

"80" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"The individual you'll talk. You've got a very very quickly. Be memorable to be best friends before you even approach the subject whistleblowing here. You've got to have enough things in common. And joe like like say movies to same. Tv shows go on vacations at safe places to the point. Where you all mogo. John found solemn since the same stuff is made. You want to grow later. Your and you can then start building on a relationship and how. How much experience have you had with something like that before this to get close to a source like that without them knowing who you are so minimal exposure to it but never thought more of a long like this. What i've done before a couple of days just trying to you. Maybe just trying to bump into someone against information out of him in a ball. Roll knocking on the door. Pretending to be someone else will get the job A warehouse to find someone to steal in stock should never played the game. Play in a row to this sort of level. Never tried it at this point but it was like yes. The the for smaller stuff so choice Through the same thing but longer paint parrot and his team began looking for employees of this company to try to find someone who could be a whistle blower. Now if you don't know you can go on linked in search for a company and see thousands of employees at work for that company and from there you can try to find people who would be in the position to know what dirt just company has because after all a whistle blower has to testify in court to say that they saw this company commit crimes so it can't just be anyone who works there so they slowly start going through individuals of this company. Narrowing it down. Then when they find people who would be in the know they start scouring their social media profiles trying to figure out if this person could be persuaded to beal whistle blower because you sort of need to find someone with strong morals and ethics willing to do the right thing and is willing to work with the sec. Because at the end of the day a whistle blower has to decide. What do they care about more this company. They work for or justice for the crimes that were committed. Eventually paint parrot and his team zeroed in on a person. This guy ticked all the boxes of someone who would know enough to testify has the morals and ethics to want to do. The right thing was american so he could be patriotic. And as a bonus the target was living in the uk right. We're paying parrot wise. This was now their target in their mission is to convince this guy to blew the whistle on the company. He worked for now that they've identified their target paint paragon to work learning as much about this guy's life as possible us with unicef run. These standards solve open source. Intelligence taught cynics. Let's try and get much mason as we can. And let's look his trump build up who and where his family are used. Facebook swing get pictures of his family. First and last names. Your locations i found out is from state case. Now we're just looking at. He matched them names in that state and then she thought with down the list of how his mum's a landline and mobile phone number or just for open source intelligence. Yeah we're looking at facebook. Instagram chinese still an old my space. your discount. Subtle kind of build up a picture. This guy's life. Where does he co when this holiday when the trouble states. Where does he go on. Holidays anywhere he goes. This is all pretty basic research. Most of the information they're getting is just from public social media profiles but he was also looking up things like voter registration databases real estate listings and other online resources to fill out their picture but most of what they're getting is just stuff. That's publicly out there. Ready for anyone to find so mobile number. We've got a wealth of light information about his daily life from various social media and his wife social media and stuff other. Oh yeah that's a good tip. If the target is not showing much on social media find their spouse because their spouse might be posting all the info like where. They're traveling what food. They're eating pictures of themselves. It sometimes can be a much better source of information than the target themselves. We've got historical dates of family where they currently are living and his relations. How often he generally travels back to the states. Rule must be out will be call a pattern of life on the person and we use that to then start trying to decide how we're gonna it's also a al. I'm going to slot into this guy's life and that's the question right with all this information. How do you approach the person to convince them to be a whistle blower if you just phone them up and say hey do you wanna be a whistleblower that seems odd. You might instantly lose them. If you want to persuade someone the best way to do it is to get them to believe it's their idea. So that's the plan. Paint parrot was going to enter. This guy's life become friends with him and slowly. Plant the idea that whistleblowing is a great idea so this means paint parrot needs to come up with a pretext a backstory as to who he is and then meet this guy. Paint parrot builds an identity online he creates a fake linked in profile and business cards to look like he works at another company with a similar job as the guy. He's targeting in fact he purposely made his profile a bit less accomplished as his target to his target when it feel intimidated. Pink perry begins memorizing pretext wit carolina's in uk pay-as-you-go sim cards and just like secondhand phone sticker. Pasia chris seminar here never really putting money on that s we actually had to make a coal from halftime j. Just give out that number for people to call you on a lotta. These phones ended up little little stick on so he put me like a rubber case or whatever but when you take the case of will have a little sticker up with various solve case names the code-named attributed projects will case on the back of having a one point. I'd like six phones. I'd to take cases of myself. What foams for what job and for what your personality i do you like a stare in the mirror and call yourself by your fake name and like in different accents and stuff so generally this kind of thing. Some people might argue this. I always use my real first name because there's nothing worse than someone shouts name using your real name onto it. My name's dave and has no put me introduce must help. People is dave because especially off the doing this for awhile and you gonna have a few drinks from some if they feel talking to someone else and you'll targeted rogers as dave and you just completely ignore it because it's not your actual name you can. It can land you in or somebody coming into the bar and shouting your real name and then we'll explain yourself exactly. Yeah you'll sit down. You told this guy. Your name's dave and someone comes and going. Hey frights treads are you. Look.

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"80" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

08:08 min | 10 months ago

"80" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"A bombshell allegation against the very company. They work for paint. Parent was up for this challenge. He knew they would have to be really smart about the approach. If they were going to do this you know you can just knock on the door of a company and you're follow someone out tapped on the shoulder in the street and go. Hey forward with doesn't work. You have to cultivate and so this is what we call a human intelligence. Basically social engineering. You've got a story put shoe on a like-for-like like the individual you'll talk. You've got a very very quickly. Be memorable to be best friends before you even approach the subject whistleblowing here. You've got to have enough things in common. And joe like like say movies to same. Tv shows go on vacations at safe places to the point. Where you all mogo. John found solemn since the same stuff is made. You want to grow later. Your and you can then start building on a relationship and how. How much experience have you had with something like that before this to get close to a source like that without them knowing who you are so minimal exposure to it but never thought more of a long like this. What i've done before a couple of days just trying to you. Maybe just trying to bump into someone against information out of him in a ball. Roll knocking on the door. Pretending to be someone else will get the job A warehouse to find someone to steal in stock should never played the game. Play in a row to this sort of level. Never tried it at this point but it was like yes. The the for smaller stuff so choice Through the same thing but longer paint parrot and his team began looking for employees of this company to try to find someone who could be a whistle blower. Now if you don't know you can go on linked in search for a company and see thousands of employees at work for that company and from there you can try to find people who would be in the position to know what dirt just company has because after all a whistle blower has to testify in court to say that they saw this company commit crimes so it can't just be anyone who works there so they slowly start going through individuals of this company. Narrowing it down. Then when they find people who would be in the know they start scouring their social media profiles trying to figure out if this person could be persuaded to beal whistle blower because you sort of need to find someone with strong morals and ethics willing to do the right thing and is willing to work with the sec. Because at the end of the day a whistle blower has to decide. What do they care about more this company. They work for or justice for the crimes that were committed. Eventually paint parrot and his team zeroed in on a person. This guy ticked all the boxes of someone who would know enough to testify has the morals and ethics to want to do. The right thing was american so he could be patriotic. And as a bonus the target was living in the uk right. We're paying parrot wise. This was now their target in their mission is to convince this guy to blew the whistle on the company. He worked for now that they've identified their target paint paragon to work learning as much about this guy's life as possible us with unicef run. These standards solve open source. Intelligence taught cynics. Let's try and get much mason as we can. And let's look his trump build up who and where his family are used. Facebook swing get pictures of his family. First and last names. Your locations i found out is from state case. Now we're just looking at. He matched them names in that state and then she thought with down the list of how his mum's a landline and mobile phone number or just for open source intelligence. Yeah we're looking at facebook. Instagram chinese still an old my space. your discount. Subtle kind of build up a picture. This guy's life. Where does he co when this holiday when the trouble states. Where does he go on. Holidays anywhere he goes. This is all pretty basic research. Most of the information they're getting is just from public social media profiles but he was also looking up things like voter registration databases real estate listings and other online resources to fill out their picture but most of what they're getting is just stuff. That's publicly out there. Ready for anyone to find so mobile number. We've got a wealth of light information about his daily life from various social media and his wife social media and stuff other. Oh yeah that's a good tip. If the target is not showing much on social media find their spouse because their spouse might be posting all the info like where. They're traveling what food. They're eating pictures of themselves. It sometimes can be a much better source of information than the target themselves. We've got historical dates of family where they currently are living and his relations. How often he generally travels back to the states. Rule must be out will be call a pattern of life on the person and we use that to then start trying to decide how we're gonna it's also a al. I'm going to slot into this guy's life and that's the question right with all this information. How do you approach the person to convince them to be a whistle blower if you just phone them up and say hey do you wanna be a whistleblower that seems odd. You might instantly lose them. If you want to persuade someone the best way to do it is to get them to believe it's their idea. So that's the plan. Paint parrot was going to enter. This guy's life become friends with him and slowly. Plant the idea that whistleblowing is a great idea so this means paint parrot needs to come up with a pretext a backstory as to who he is and then meet this guy. Paint parrot builds an identity online he creates a fake linked in profile and business cards to look like he works at another company with a similar job as the guy. He's targeting in fact he purposely made his profile a bit less accomplished as his target to his target when it feel intimidated. Pink perry begins memorizing pretext wit carolina's in uk pay-as-you-go sim cards and just like secondhand phone sticker. Pasia chris seminar here never really putting money on that s we actually had to make a coal from halftime j. Just give out that number for people to call you on a lotta. These phones ended up little little stick on so he put me like a rubber case or whatever but when you take the case of will have a little sticker up with various solve case names the code-named attributed projects will case on the back of having a one point. I'd like six phones. I'd to take cases of myself. What foams for what job and for what your personality i do you like a stare in the mirror and call yourself by your fake name and like in different accents and stuff so generally this kind of thing. Some people might argue this. I always use my real first name because there's nothing worse than someone shouts name using your real name onto it. My name's dave and has no put me introduce must help. People is dave because especially off the doing this for awhile and you gonna have a few drinks from some if they feel talking to someone else and you'll targeted rogers as dave and you just completely ignore it because it's not your actual name you can. It can land you in or somebody coming into the bar and shouting your real name and then we'll explain yourself exactly. Yeah you'll sit down. You told this guy. Your name's dave and someone comes and going. Hey frights treads are you. Look.

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"80" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

08:33 min | 10 months ago

"80" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Support for this episode comes from sentinel one. It's all too common. A family member or colleague calls asking for help because ransomware infected their computer the clicked something and now hoops their entire computer got encrypted and there's a ransom note demanding a few hundred dollars in bitcoin. Now imagine this. On the scale of an enterprise and with many of its employees working remotely. This is exactly what sentinel one was built to prevent and solve stopping a breach simply too late. Besides the ability to prevent ransomware and even roll back ransomware using patented artificial intelligence sent. No one also has a ransomware warranty setina one protects all versions of windows and lennox and mac os then even cloud workloads and containers and visibility into each of these end. Points is available from an easy to use console allowing security teams to be more efficient without the need to hire more and more people on top of that sentinel one offers threat. Hunting visibility and remote administration tools sent. No one helps you replace many products with one cigarette a legacy anniversary like semantic mcafee so visit sentinel one dot com to learn more. That's s. e. n. t. i n. e. l. o. n. e. dot com sentinel. One dot com. Today comes from a character. We're going to refer to Paint parrot sort of a nickname he goes by paint parents a social engineer. Unlike any i've ever seen and if you don't know what a social engineer is basically just someone who can persuade other people to do things. They don't wanna do through different psychological tricks but his story starts far away in afghanistan so as a part of the british royal artillery which everyone is shame straight going gonna beat too big guns and things like that. We were actually A uav unit mendez could sweden join unit within royal artillery and our jobs of find fix condition kind of build up that intelligence cycle for the gaza crowns. Then go out and do operations against our thoughts about weapons. Caches will try track people clogged the roads trying to find high value targets for special guys. Good on the dual. Basically paint parrot said he was only in charge of unarmed drums. No predators launching missiles down on targets. Instead they're sort of like is in the sky. I would watch the ground together as much intelligence could so. It was a unique. You quite get eventually texted because of all time you hands tied you looking at stuff and yet you want to be able to do something especially when you see from the troops in contacts the taliban you wanna be able to intervene but what you can do watch. It was quite a surreal. Surreal time what he was. After was good until that his team could use to have the upper hand which i guess is like espionage work a spy in the sky but after a while he completed his duty and left the military which means he needed to find work as a civilian at first. He's would just do what a lot of his peers were doing. Originally i want be able to here because it could be quite lucrative contracts in in places like iraq and afghanistan condie original plan but while also doing the training i became good friends at the guy who run a trading company and started out going back with him as an instructor and then that evolved into begin get involved in some of his projects that he was doing the one traces alive operations. If you will and that's kind of how yeah kind of soysal so me into less essel bodyguard stuff with more his security risk assessments. So yeah following people govern evidence that you ever just normal so lawyer cases your needs to get information to discredit the of apology now. That's an interesting transition getting intel for lawyers. This is sort of like being a private eye. But he's trying to find dirt on the other side of legal cases. He was gathering intelligence for companies lawyers court cases for example. This one time. He said there was a copyright infringement case someone had there they were claiming save intellectual property of something of a business or an idea and in order to try and catch the other party l. mid organiz that have a meeting in a conference room a hotel in no lawyers present and just the two guys that were arguing. Soak it out. Nash doubt over without seated on his room and had our lawyer up. Basically downstairs listening to the audio and kind of bay tits. The over guidance admitted he'd stolen intellectual property in ghana. Break in here. He was going to get away with it. There's a slight sex appeal to cover intelligence. I guess it's kind of like this whole world that was in the military and things that you never really see it. In the movies he'd ever denoted exists. You learn a lot social engineering because your stamina on tokyo and supplies you should be. You're you find somebody out and fish information out of them trying to get in to reveal things that they shouldn't do your percents to be someone else. Would sometimes travel round. Do training sessions would teach others how to gather intel like this covertly of this year getting more than one trip to the states. Many private intelligence company that jay contractor. And that's kind of where it will kind of escalated from there. Became something else. Okay so this. Doj contractor wasn't intelligence gathering company and they wanted to increase their presence in the uk where paint parrot lift. They knew of this london based company which was collecting intelligence there and they introduced paint parrot to this small intelligence firm in the uk to see if he can help them out on. This first introduced into the world of whistle blowing. Basically here's where we get to whistle blowers in a nutshell. The department of justice doesn't like it when corporations break the law. They want to bring these businesses to justice. But it's not so easy for the doj to know when something illegal is going on inside a company. So the doj gives out monetary rewards to whistleblowers who can provide detailed first hand observations of misconduct by company which results in a successful enforcement action. That returns a significant amount of money to harmed investors. Basically if someone inside the company comes forward and provides enough evidence that this company was breaking the law and it results in a fine imposed by the sec whistleblower. We'll get a percentage of that fine but the doj can't handle all of this intel being sent at them by themselves so they contract this workout to companies like this doj contractor the paint para just met but this london group that he also just with was in the process of handling one of these whistleblower cases now this case is still ongoing so we can't discuss specifics but he can talk a little about it. I like in any whistleblower case. There's a company that did something wrong. So brief overview certain large company was in order to get a competitive edge was bribing government officials in exchange for access to oil. I were paying off able. They will ship in your cash across borders in countries in to pay off government officials. What's get supply over of a operation that competitors and they will say in the end. This all came out there. Wilson manufacturing ship manifests the ships. That never left. You'll never existed in order to move what we can't let weaver shoe as large constable endless. Something they're moving anonymous in order to boast that also stalks off the record exact so we have a feed then used in an avocado on base. In order to to shift the balance of.

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"80" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"80" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Are only three things. Yeah three genders work. Art Or game is a kind of game rink so I would consider sport our type of play ball. Sports are Games but not all games are sports. Yeah but there's like within sports and a lot of different kinds of gambling there are professionals who are working by playing the game too. Yeah now they're working And they're also like sometimes the the way. They moved their bodies as a kind of art. That place where it all Intersex in the middle but yeah we're not going to get to the bottom of what a game is. I think there are plenty of people who are studying play and games to various degrees whether it's like how to write a video game script or how to design board games or how children play men. Those are all like different fields of neuroscience in sociology and psychology and different things. So it's broad. Did you discuss? Discover the Etymology of the word game. Yeah I did so. It is from the Proto Germanic guy which is a which is just a collective prefects it means like a collective plus man which person so man basically which is key pulled together so games are inherently a social thing. They didn't have solitaire Old English which are also coincidentally the same routes as gambling gamble. Name come from the same sort of Italy place in linguistics history and so then it went from being people together to be like amusement or pleasure or joy related.

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"80" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"80" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Uh required three I think ended up with three thousand seven hundred something singers from seventy three countries in terms of the style of music we get to I think as far as we can take it musically we used a piece that I've written called water night that splits a lot by splits it means that there's lots of his government regulations was unable to send us a video larger than one meg and so we got our tech team together with him and Cuba became part of the virtual wire so there was a man who had gone legally blind and because of that had been able to sing in a choir for over thirty years and now for the first time he could get close enough to the your screen to see my little conductor track and he was able to join the choir a there was a young woman who had sung in choirs her mother just a thing that the two of them together her mother was dying of cancer and couldn't sing and so this young woman recorded her video looking straight into the camera but just offscreen was holding her mother's hand in hospice as a tribute to both of them singing together and their their life together so suddenly for me too it brought people from all walks of life together for a common purpose time listeners have heard me talk a lot about him but if you're one of those guys who are too stubborn detriot come on you deserve to look and feel your best now is the time to see what it's all about him says the ones stop shop for hair loss skin care and wellness for men as we knew hair loss is extremely common but hymns has made an incredibly simple to be proactive about this problem they offer medical great solutions backed by real science his was founded by someone who understands that some men's health conversations are easier online than in person that's why hymns connects you with real doctors through the weapon site all you have to do is answer a few questions a doctor will review and can prescribe you solution that shipped right to your door so get the hair loss treatment everyone is talking about by ordering now my listeners IT started with the hymns complete haircut for just five dollars right now while supplies last in subject doctor's approval see website for full details and safety information this treatment could cost you you hundreds if you went to the doctor or a pharmacy somewhere else so go to forums dot com slash twenty k. that's F. O. R. H. I. M. S. Dot Com Slash two zero K for his dot com.

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"80" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"80" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Sonos speakers and I know you will to go dot Com to learn more on Youtube I think it's one of the great selling points of acquire is that you never have to sing a low muscle people like to sing but maybe don't want to be a soloist when you're in a choir you can singer uh.

"80" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"80" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"He moved to Germany and that's where he is. When and I speak that nuclear family from the beginning those Americans we met they haven't been all together in the same room for nine years. I don't know when they will. They talk often skype and facetime. All those modern APPS help bridge the vast distances between between all of them one of the characteristics I have is that truly now. There's no place in the world where I would feel uncomfortable and that I would not see as a possibility at the very least that's one of the beautiful things that that have resulted from this from this whole thing. It's like being uprooted like that. Now you know aw like yourself anywhere or that. You don't even have to route yourself. That's the beauty of it. I know it seems a bit counterintuitive. Do it because it's it's always been a desire for me to route myself somewhere and just say you know what this is my place so where is home is is it just a symbol like the cry of an Eagle Slash Hawk home just a magic trick to evoke a feeling maybe the Hudson family on three different continents three different countries with three different governments with different rules on who can say they belong who can stay who has to go home has been Los Angeles where they first moved. It's been Akron Ohio. Who streetside could still navigate from memory. It's been Houston Texas where Siad inside across the stage graduation and got their high school diplomas. It's Karachi the place they fled from and return to its Munich where say I'd is building a life now. It's Dallas where does now and often in that conversation about who belongs and who doesn't as I had noticed when he was just eighteen there is no place for humanity or the consideration of an individual's humanity when you're talking about policy but there's also no way to not consider that humanity when you're speaking directly with a person when you're really confronted with a human being being loving and hurting and trying to live a life across any distance and that conversation it's always about home. It's always about family. It's always always human. I love my family more than I ever have so I suppose from my side. My family is stronger than it's ever been you because I have no better way of defining people ask you where you from and I seem to be the only one without an answer to that question and I want to keep it that way at a certain point because I find beauty in I find freedom in my roots are our our my relationship I'm Nora mcnerney acne and this has been terrible. Thanks for asking our senior. Producer is Hans Buteau. Our associate producer is marcel. Malachy Boo got that promotion good job enemy cock. Ross is our project manager. Jordan turgeon helps us out with all kinds of things Anna Wagle in great teammate. Meghan Palmer is our intern. Katie O'Rourke helped us on this episode and we thank her deeply sincerely the bottom of our hearts you can find me on the Internet at nor Borealis Dot Com and social media as Nora Borealis on instagram. It's probably the best place to follow me. I hate twitter our theme music is by Joffrey Lamar Wilson go to his website. He's amazing and we are production of American public media.

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"80" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"80" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"I'm a challenge but stitch fix. Six is a styling service that delivers your favorite clothing shoes and accessories directly to you. Even if you don't know what your favorite things are stitch fix has the brands you now l. and love plus exclusive styles won't find anywhere else you complete your style profile which is kind of ongoing process. You can go back in and they'll give you choices. Do you like this bagger that back this water. That's wetter it all helps your stylus get to know you so that your stylus can then hand pick a bunch of items and send them Ju with stitch fix everyone can look their best they've solutions for women men and kids all over the US and now the UK and we'll said good day mate with with no subscription required pick between automatic shipments or only getting new pieces when you want them. Shipping exchanges returns are always free and the twenty dollar styling styling fee is automatically applied towards anything. Keep from your box get started today at stitch fix dot com slash. Tefa and you'll get an extra twenty five. I percents off when you keep everything in your box that stitch fix dot com slash. Td Bank stitch fix dot com slash TTFI and a lot of people. Ask me about Greece. I am I doing this right. How do I get through this this feeling normal. They asked me because if you didn't know this my husband Aaron died in two thousand fourteen and I wish I could reply to every single the email every single. DM and then bring them out to the wider world. I wish that I could just broadcast every spontaneous conversation. I haven't a grocery store but I can't instead Ed. I spent some time this year with my friend Dr Anna Roth and with my team and still kick into developing a course on grief work. Yeah grief is work. The course is is called. Hot Young Widows Club because it's about what I've learned on the front lines of grief being a widow but it's for everyone who has lost a person. You'll get six weeks of audio lessons. It's twelve weeks to complete. You'll get downloadable homework and practical helpful tips to work with your grief. Bill also get to be part of the course community where Dr Anna A and I.

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"80" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"80" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"They'll look at it be highly flattered. I would watch the whole video okay pita worse. It'd be the first gay porn ever watch okay. It's like somebody took the time to create. This is somebody's somebody's aren't breath. This NIGGA sat there was like I love you so much and I put you in his video sports x. of what when you EXA got mad and she's like Oh. I'm sure this nagy having gained hill watching 'cause she. Oh you did if somebody takes. The town hurt my feelings. DABIRA battle right was different in that than me doing a battle rap that that isn't it took three months to be like you suck Dick. Your Mom Ada Dick you did you right. It's the same thing like I'm flattered by. It is time now hire somebody to fire back at you two fucking deface you say fuck myself. I so fucking. Let's see what do I want. What's the fucking water cows Goddamn Goddamn. What's the water. Cows guys nine out. Aweil the fucking slow manatee there you go you suck. Dick Homeless in Watertown. What does that what I call it like a fucking water Calabro Bro of that. No you know what man if I did see myself are probably be Philip. Violated nudges none offer. Would you make money off widow widow. No you're not making you up in this long because these kids yeah yeah of course the of course who's got caught with this. Everybody quick note young on the News Fiat notice how to serious news what threat Y'all I'm GONNA fuck. Shit up yeah and then needed a tax them video game blog. Whatever listening. I'm GonNa do this at school one day they get them. You're right away but you've got to recently this Bra. Imagine you're fucking <unk>. Okay going pretty much one kids his momma guess. She's unhappy higher trade at school. She called School Ainhoa. How irate mobs whatever she starts talking. Shit Flight. I'll come over there. funky unplugged school union threatened to fucking school had cops show to Chris <hes> so okay. Let's another okay I'm GONNA get set now. I think if I make a threat like I mean you got to find out why and income we got 'cause. I got an elmo blows month. You know I can't afford a lie certain people you'd be like you can't afford a boom. It's easy to make one but I feel you can't afford. It was phenomenal disarm people you shouldn't you shouldn't go at but it's good to protect the kids because they do 'cause kinsman fucking kid and then it happened when I was growing. I knew a lot of people that you can't leave the kid on it. I'M GONNA put out there. Somebody a steeler or it's GonNa be me but it won't be a mean Berber fucking short story right where a short short story about a kid that like twenty five to thirty kids in school just decide to fuck and spread rumors about a kid. They don't like that. He's he's a fucking shoot. GonNa be issued or said. He's going to be a shooter that kid that'll be the then that should start spreading and that's the new fucking doc an attack. I bet you that is going to be this whole. Watts misuses someway always roadman get rhythm. What because you're putting the other day the other day I saw to fucking like slacker to white boys walking walk down the street and I was terrifying like like you know like fucking how people feel when they see a Nigga coming ages locklear doer you're right. They don't think we're just GONNA fucking murder them in the people next room. We're just trying to get your fucking bag right so I see these two white boys walking in these long jackets and walking with other care mom typo posture like their spinal.

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"80" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"80" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"God conradi out but he put it up over just kicked it when I say we won a year. It really probably was the car yeah yeah so you want to know where he probably the cat and mouse shit like he flipped that y'all so he kinda like ours so he could roll around all day so let's say there's as a kid. They got a bag of weed in his pocket right in all day. He fucking looks at a person in the odds just goes hey freeze right and if the person stay he's still he leave him alone but if you ask. Bush got one oh girl he wrestled a Nigga. He'd do that ten fifteen years ago someone fifteen fifteen. This is all about how he acted. I knew I knew what it was. We L. Look version. They do but with immigration scream out Sione and then you see them taking off. You got one doesn't that's another and of games. I grew up with all Spanish people and the whole Tom growing up it was always like all the jokes or cost always about the Nigga right and the prosecution do all that shit of the the shit black people been through right right even with Spanish people Spanish people racist motherfucker right for Black Americans right right now the country like did this flip three sixty on fucking Spanish people that don't this sheet. I see is like y'all negative. That ain't even right. Yep Hurts are just Spanish fucking beautiful people like like everything about and it's like would you wanNA fuck with. You guys do this to to a race of people thirty three percent of the meet. The Nation is made of Hispanic but then it sound <music>. I'm like it's one of those things where you'll we're seeing. Some really fucked foul. Shit happened is like what the Hell what the hell can I do is i. I I can't I can but it's like Dan. It's like it's like seeing the past seeing the past right now right right. You know what I'm saying. It's like we're seeing we're seeing that we saw during the sixties just a fucking pass repeating and and where the fuck and peasants that just do nothing about it. You know what I'm saying. Life is just a vicious cycle. It's like hip hop music. What has not been set the music. That hasn't been already thing. Which is updating the information? That's not making it more current and relevant for the words different you know detain them up but it's the same meaning speaking of laws you want to hear about crazy law came up in Texas..

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"80" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"80" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"They don't get you out of a lot of a lot of sticky situations situations. They rather use inventing a rather than a name before going back to for example for me. That's now through invented names Einstein. Mary Tyler Name Cheeses lessening shuttles. Were now man. I don't know I I don't know how bad it would. We have is conversation between me. You the way I feel about the police do regardless well well yeah. It doesn't matter somewhat now what name he used but I've been able to talk my way out of every situation that I've encountered. Kinda could say what do you. What do you think was the most Sommese when you've got to walk out of every single one every single one is saying that every single encounter with police officer is like they go in the cage with this fucking angry gorilla half tiger. I did that tiger. Guerrilla makes would've shark DOC right. They're like they're like go answer all of this fucking questions. Had Somebody wants man. I think I I didn't say anything and I got off. All I do is to stare at him and let him say whatever the hell he wanted to say to me but you're white automatic happened slim on my shoes Tudo. Oh so then exactly he saw the Hispanic and I think so I looked at his name was so you know black top ops. Black cops is like you dirty on her garage. You can't you just like my brother. Yeah you just like the house smelled like weed spill just like about pretty fucking hate. Nigga right scariest one like Oh hey yesterday. I'd be scared I was hey I'd rather walk up on screen to hunky reading it walkable me this Nigga cop rea- sheeting that's real and one time I noticed this. I'll I walk into the White House on the new talk again. Really that motherfucker like. I don't got no job so now. I've got some money. Yes Modem looking. At what are you talking about and he grabbed me. He grabbed me. Do all right. Look at this shit you worse than them up on this guy helping me. You're trying to tell me any job then. Let's be honest. That's any job innuendo police over right. That's anyone see I'm scared to get pulled over now because the since the last year mark I'll pulled over. I watched all those youtube videos right. I haven't been pulled over since I went down my youtube rabbit hole. I don't answer any questions right. I I am terrified of how good would react when my next encounter with police because I will watch so many of these videos right. These people just like sorry sir..

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"80" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"80" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"Triangle around eh nature. You can't control. You can't control Mother Nature. You know she's GonNa Fuck. Shit up for real man. It's go- folks for real and it's not just like resetting. He's setting shit. You know that should he's probably just a big ASS Roomba. You know what I'm saying is like a fucking vacuum cleaner like <hes>. Let me just warm this shit up. Let me know man. We were shot to the top man yeah now. We're going to switch and I was. GonNa say like this. Just anyone off the topic just would not. We don't know what what websites that goes through. All I can tell you guys. pry crosses your best one. If you want to donate donate your difficult through Red Cross us you know when I recommend that I would think is legit. If you guys want to donate donate anything like Mr Good night says some sausages some sardines of the batteries water bottles you guys didn't use send it that way so make sure definitely some from Jordan's gaines yes and shot everybody on instagram checking this out by the way back there and <hes> shutout tweaking students episode on here real quick before we tamie yet we still alive. We're still there. Oh that is awesome man. I heard some crazy shit on the news. <hes> it's not a Florida woman. I forget the state now. Ah Somewhere in the CAROLINAS WANNA see some lady got pulled over and she she was driving no tag so when they pulled their over are they asked her information and she started giving her daughters. Info okay okay. Would you ever use your kids info to throw him under the bus and the crime and a crime yeah. We're con- crime. Well you get pulled over would know tag. That lab was using his. I wouldn't use my son's name man. Oh man you never know what you fucked out like you. Don't use the kids you know what usually causes name cousins always get fucked up like listen if you if you if you run around with no tag you think I'M GONNA use my cousin man. Why don't you taught me Shit you. If if your child is your name he equally worries. That's what I'm saying. My AH cousins probably equally worse than me. Why would I use his name. I want to jail that night. Yes that's where you know. You got a good cause. Maybe us because but you you don't know what you will do in a sticky situation. You don't know what you do you. Just you just think right now. 'cause you is not happening to you now. Save you gotta put your probation and they catch now. You gotTA eighteen years yeah different well. You got to record on you. Yes that's happening. You think somebody in the news then they got record. You think the mom had us. A kid probably does make sense right. That's the only reason why that happens. That happens all the time like maybe not now bob. If you had a choice between your son or your like your son your brother obviously you go with the brother right to what Yeah No. I wouldn't do it to my brother. I do it to my son overdoing it to my brother. Xactly you know what you would do to your brother over your son. Yeah I do it over to my brother. Fisher not muscle sound like you love your brother. That's why I don't have one got never gave me what I feel like necessarily when you're talking about a tag situation so that it is going to be nothing nothing but I I don't know I had I had a a you know a awful that was like a scam Evan. Ask Nick growing up so I know the system in a way on how to how to hit it is wrong. There's certain then what you shouldn't do rain their search shoot. You shouldn't do wrong boy but it works but it works. They don't get you out of a lot of a lot of sticky situations situations. They rather use inventing a rather than a name before going back to for example for me..

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