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The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
What's up With Wisconsin?
"Okay, now I want you to expand justice Kelly. This is crazy to me that the most politicized race in the country is a Wisconsin Supreme Court race. And that George Soros is pulling in money. What's your website, by the way, in case people want to donate to your effort to keep the law of the law and not politics? Thanks so much. It's justice Daniel Kelly. Kelly is spelled with one E so justice Daniel Kelly dot com. All right, justice Daniel Kelly dot com. Earlier this morning, in a tweet, unrelated to me, someone pointed out all the issues with your left wing opponent. I can't say it. How do you pronounce her name? We pronounce it she who must not be named. Okay, there you go. Well, the Voldemort of Wisconsin law is going to come forward and try and beat you on money on abortion on promising. I can't even believe she fell into it. She promised to change the maps. And from the beginning of time, justice was don't tell you how they're going to rule because litigants are entitled to a shot at a fair rolling. She told everyone, she's going to change the map. How is this race unfolding in the eyes of the average wisconsinite? Yeah, I think the average Wisconsin, I want a traditional justice who comes to the law, honestly, and will do what they've commanded them to do through their constitution. Which is just use the existing law to decide the cases to come before the court.
AP News Radio
Adam Sandler gets Mark Twain prize surrounded by celeb pals
"Comedian and actor Adam Sandler accepted the Mark Twain prize for American humor in Washington at the Kennedy Center on Sunday. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Adam Sandler has a tendency to cast his friends in his movies as those friends pointed out multiple times. Conan O'Brien joked so many of Sandler's Friends were there to pay tribute because when Sandler is not working, they are not working. Drew Barrymore, Dana Carvey, Luis Guzman, Jennifer Aniston and Chris Rock were among those honoring Sandler. Rob Schneider says Sandler's appeal is that he's an everyman. You sense the anger underneath there. And he said it's a frustration because you have frustration. CNN will show the Mark Twain ceremony this coming Sunday.
The Doug Collins Podcast
One of the Greatest Republican Issues of Recent Times
"One of the greatest problems that Republican Party has had in the last 15 years is the line from 2010 and that was that we will repeal ObamaCare. Repeal ObamaCare, repeal ObamaCare. And we kept telling our voters that all through 2011, 12, and so we're going to do this without having a mechanism to do it. And you can go vote in house the House of Representatives to do something, but if it never gets to the Senate and never gets the presidential signature, guess what? It never happened. And so for years, Republicans were able to Nick away at the ObamaCare legislation basically gutting it for a many, many ways. 8 or 9 times that a president Obama actually signed that basically gutted much of the ObamaCare legislation, but we could not tell that to voters on the Republican side because all they heard was repeal ObamaCare. They don't care that it doesn't work the way it should. And it's not as effective as what they had hoped it would be. And but yet it did have enough of an impact in which it changed the whole landscape of healthcare in this country. And when we had the opportunity, we failed.
The Doug Collins Podcast
You Need to Research What You Believe
"Look toward this next cycle though, conservatives and liberals as well need to be very much aware of one thing. You need to actually research what you believe. Liberals who are never challenged by conservatives to think about why they believe what they believe are not very helpful to their own calls. And probably not very knowledgeable on how to defend their calls. And conservatives who've never had their vision or their ideas challenged from a another perspective, a liberal perspective, you're probably really good in chat rooms and watching conservative social media, but you're probably not going to do a very good job for those who need to understand why you believe the way you believe. Why? Because you've not had your ideas tested. These are the things that I want to see coming up in this next presidential cycle. In the next governor cycling, in the next sentence cycle, the next house cycle in the next state legislature cycles is this. Let's begin to have the arguments in that conservatives and liberals lay out there agreements. Lay out their disagreements and say, okay, here's why I believe what I believe. Let each side have time and effort to make sure that they know how to lay out their arguments. Be challenged, change, move, whatever it takes. Because when we look at this, when we get to the point where we just simply are talking to each other and not talking about the country itself and talking about the problems that we've, then we're going to miss it. How do I know this? Because we're already starting to see bumper sticker answers. And what a bumper sticker answer is something you can place on the back of a bumper sticker and thank everybody understands what you're talking about.
The Doug Collins Podcast
We Are All Entitled to Our Opinions
"The things that I want to talk about is where we are right now. And I'm very concerned. I want to be honest. I'm not concerned that our country is on its last leg. I'm not concerned that, you know, all of a sudden America is not going to be American. I am concerned though that we sometimes forget who we are. And I'm sometimes I'm really concerned that we forget that we're a nation that was founded, you know, basically out of our model, our creed, however you want to put it out of many one. And look, when you understand that concept, in a political election cycle, I'm going to be a conservative Republican. That's who I am. You might be listening to this podcast and you're a Liberal Democrat. That's who you are. Fine. But we're all under the umbrella being Americans. And one of the things that actually brings us together as Americans in this environment is that we have to take our vision of our country seriously and find solutions that work. Now, some years in some administrations, we're going to think that from one side of the fence, we're going to think they don't work. And the other time, it's going to switch over and the other side is going to think the other side doesn't work. But one of the things that we've got to come together is that we're all entitled to have different opinions. And it's simply having an opinion is not reason to ban you banish you or blacklist you if you would. And
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Defines "Woke"
"I wanted to find woke. I want to play this piece of tape. She's a sweet person, Bethany mandel. She should have been more prepared for this. And it looks hard. You get put on the spot unless you host a radio program or a TV show. It's difficult to always have an answer. I mean, I think if she was asked to answer that as an op-ed, she would have done it, but it was she just kind of got a little twisted. Cut 92, Bethany mandel got asked a question by Brianna joy. Who I've debated actually. You guys should find that debate at turning point you say YouTube. Play cut 92, she gets asked the question of what is woke? Would you mind defining well because it's come up a couple times that I just want to make sure I'm on the same page. So, I mean, woke is sort of the idea that. This is going to be one of those moments that goes viral. I mean, woke is something that's very hard to define, and we've spent an entire chapter defining it. It is sort of the understanding that we need to totally reimagine and reduce society in order to create hierarchies of oppression. What bothers me about this clip and it's painful to watch is it makes us conservatives look stupid, okay? It makes as if we don't know what we're talking about because it would say well call the time. So we're going to dive into actually what woke is. Here's the best definition. Call everything systemically unjust until you control it. That's woke. Where does what come from? Woke comes from a particular activist who is wearing stay woke, get woke T-shirt, colloquially that was spread on Twitter, was that guy's name, del Rey or something, where you have now been awoken to all the systemic injustice, almost as if now you have the glasses and you can see the fault lines. You can see the fissures. You have awakened to the injustices. Before you were asleep and now you are awake. That is what the idea of woke means. But woke ism is tyrannical Marxism by another name. That's what it is. It is prioritizing race over merit. It is prioritizing characteristics that mean nothing. It is a full throated, negative campaign against the founding of America, woke ism is a campaign in crusade against people that they think are oppressors and turning people to believe their victims and then have the victims victimize others.
Eric McDonald on Trading Crypto Automatically With CoinLion
"From coding in your basement all the way to a $1 billion acquisition, a true unicorn. You've seen it all. And as you started to look into this web three space, you can take I'm sure you're taking a lot of your experiences that you just had over the last 20 years and kind of seen the correlations over into web three. So what caught your eye about with you? Why did you pick that space? You just sold a unicorn. You can go right into the sunset. Why start something new? Yeah, no, a great question. And part of it is, I just kind of tiptoed into this. So coin Lion already existed. I didn't start it. And the group of founders invited me into sit on their board and start to guide them. And so I started a tiptoe into the crypto space and started to realize how impressive the underlying blockchain technology is. And so then when you understand how the blockchain works and how you can move funds from point a to point B ridiculously fast, it was awesome. And then I looked at how cumbersome a lot of the UIs were. Like if you wanted to just go buy some crypto, and he was ridiculously hard. And so honestly, that's what started to plant that seed in my head of it feels like there's some opportunity here. And to build something that's super simple. And so I spent probably 6 to 9 months really working with a team trying to hone in what their vision was in the original vision was, hey, we want to be an exchange, like any other exchange, except we were years behind some of these other exchanges. So what I did is I kind of helped narrow in this vision to like, hey, let's find a niche within this space. Don't feel like we have to own all of crypto. And these are a few of the lessons learned for myself when I was in the healthcare tech space. I built a unicorn, and it was based on one really small niche within healthcare. We didn't have to own all of healthcare. We owned just the urgent care space, and we did it really well. And so we spent a bunch of time talking about, okay, well, what niche can we get into and ended up landing on this idea of auto trading? How do you use bots? To do auto training, which again, bots aren't necessarily not new. We didn't invent that idea. But there aren't a lot of exchanges that have the auto trading built into it where you don't have to have multiple accounts.
The Eric Metaxas Show
How Did Life Begin?
"Life begin? Not human life. How did life begin? So it's a fundamental question. And so I got excited about it and I talked to doctor Tor more and more and more about it. And of course, I said, listen, this is so exciting. You need to write a book about it. But doctor tour is too busy doing actual science and writing peer reviewed papers to waste this time writing some crappy book. Which I'm personally insulted by that because I'm an author. And so I thought to myself, the more I learned about what he was doing, the more I thought, maybe I need to write about this. And so I did there are two or three chapters in my book as atheism dead, where I talk about this issue. Because it really is an extraordinary concept. And once I realized the depth of it, the more I thought, we've just got to kind of tell the world what doctor tour knows about this. Now,
AP News Radio
Florida Atlantic end's Fairleigh Dickinson run for Sweet 16
"It's Michigan state of Florida Atlantic moving on from Columbus. Florida Atlantic as a 9th seed ended 16th seed fairly Dickinson season with a 78 70 win after its first round upset of Purdue. The owls who got 29 points from Jonah Davis are heading to the school's first sweet 16. We've been talking late nights after the game at the prices all this time are we really, we really can make it too much manners and make some noise. We've been saying this since day one of the summer we got put out last year. 7th seed Michigan state got by number two seed marquette 69 to 60, Tyson walker let the Spartans with 23 points. Tom mccabe, Columbus
AP News Radio
Eichel's hat trick leads Golden Knights past Columbus 7-2
"Jack eichel notched his second hat trick of the season and fourth of his career and leading the golden knight's 7 two pounding of the blue jackets. Alex patrol had a career high four assists for Vegas, which moved back atop the Western Conference standings with 92 points and took a two point lead over the kings in the Pacific division. The knights were coming off a 7 two loss to the flames. The jackets lost for the 7th time in 8 games and remained at the bottom of the overall standings with 49 points. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Arsenal beats Palace 4-1 to extend Premier League lead
"Arsenal picked up a four one win over Crystal Palace to expand its lead in the Premier League to 8 points over Manchester City, which has a game in hand. Scored twice after Gabriel Martinelli put the Gunners ahead in the 28th minute. Sokka gave arsenal a two zero lead late in the first half and cap the scoring. Granite Shaka also scored against palace, which is winless in 13 straight as doll competitions. Palace was playing for the first time since sacking manager Patrick Vieira and it remains three points above the relegation zone. I'm Dave ferry.
"a. times" Discussed on The Breakdown
"Welcome back to the breakdown with me and I'll W it's a daily podcast on macro Bitcoin and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. The breakdown is produced and distributed by coindesk. What's going on guys? It is Sunday march 19th and that means it's time for long reads Sunday. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying the breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation. Come join us on the breakers Discord.
Bitcoin Was Created for Times Like These...
"All right, well, when the storybooks are written, I think it's pretty clear that these last few weeks will have been a seminal moment in our discourse about banks and Bitcoin. And so today for long read Sunday, I'm going to read three different pieces that all have a little part of that story. And we're going to start with one that comes directly on the nose of it. Should I keep my money in Bitcoin or a bank? It's by coindesk writer Daniel Kuhn. Daniel writes three banks have failed in less than a week. U.S. government officials have stepped up to backstop losses in a bid to prevent further panic. There are genuine concerns about whether that was the right move, effectively bailing out two poorly run institutions facing highly irregular problems and letting the third collapse, as well as the risk that more banks will fail. So should you take your money out of your bank and keep it safe under the mattress or in Bitcoin? The answer is, if you're anything like me, whatever money you have in a checking account is insured by the federal deposit insurance corporation, up to 250,000. So no, it's improbable that JPMorgan Chase will rug you. Still, many are moving their money into crypto like Tatiana Kaufman, who described this move Monday in coin desk as an act of protest. Putting aside stablecoins, crypto is volatile, making these assets less than ideal currencies. If you want to preserve your wealth. But they offer quote unquote root ownership, meaning no one can make a run for your deposits.
AP News Radio
Trump says he expects to be arrested, calls for protest
"Donald Trump claims his arrest is imminent and wants supporters to protest. Meanwhile, the Manhattan district attorney defends his office while referencing potential threats. Trump's lawyer and spokesperson said there had been no communication for prosecutors, but in a post on his truth social media Saturday, the former president says he'll be arrested Tuesday and called for protests as well as fundraising, a New York grand jury is investigating hush money payments to women, including stormy Daniels, who alleged sexual encounters with him. Manhattan DA Allen Bragg sent an email to staffers ensuring they'd be safe and that any specific or credible threats would be investigated. However Trump was not mentioned in the email and there has been no public announcement of any time for the grand jury's work, at least one additional witness is expected to testify. Julie Walker, New York
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Bitcoin Was Born Out of a Banking Crisis
"Bitcoin as many have already said was born out of an earlier banking crisis. The blockchain's very first block contained a message about bailouts. It was designed to disintermediate third parties from Internet money by making people responsible for their own keys in contrast to the highly intertwined private banking sector and public sector. President Joe Biden has said U.S. taxpayers will not foot the bill for the bailout and that unlike in 2008, the architects of this financial crash will not benefit. There are enough responsible actors here to play the blame game, but if you're like Tatiana, the issue is the system itself. Senior management of Silicon Valley bank sold millions of dollars worth of shares in the lead up to the crash. This is seemingly the only risk management they performed. In 2015, SVB chief executive Greg Becker said institutions like SVB did not present systemic risks while testifying before Congress over plans to deregulate banking that were implemented in 2018. SVB essentially took a bet that interest rates would stay near zero forever. Over the past couple of years, it took deposits from a tech industry that was booming in part due to historically low rates that made venture capital financing worth the risk for many investors. In an effort to juice as much yield as possible from those deposits, SVB put a majority of its money into long-term fixed rate interest investments. The Federal Reserve essentially created the foundation for a tech hype cycle through financial engineering to stimulate the economy, and then through the frying pan into ice water when things got too hot. The recent interest rate rises were not necessarily unpredictable, but the fed's inconsistent messaging, saying rate hikes were unthinkable until they weren't, did not help the situation.
AP News Radio
"Number two seed Texas held off a second half charge and beat Penn State 71 66 under interim coach Rodney Terry, the longhorns are going to the sweet 16 for the first time since 2008. They did the third most wins in school history. We're back in the sweet 16. This is why these guys came back. 7 guys came back from last year's team and they came back because they wanted more of this madness here. Forward Dylan just Sue. Led the longhorns with 28 points. And the other game at Wells Fargo arena 8 seed Arkansas upset the defending champion, the Kansas Jayhawks, 72 71. Greg iklin Des Moines
AP News Radio
Rangers crush Penguins
"6 rangers collected at least two points in a 6 zero drubbing of the penguins. Rangers head coach Gerard gallant. We Billy Joe chances and that was the difference in the game. They played a pretty good game overall. I mean, hard to say that when a 6 nothing, but they had probably more chances than us and we just happened to bury our chances every time. Mika's sabana jet had a goal and two assists, and our temi Panera scored twice as the rangers beat the pens for the second time in three days. Igor shishkin made 34 saves in his second shout out of the season at 5th straight win. The loss leaves the penguins just one point ahead of Florida for the final Easter conference wild card birth. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Vols bring Duke 'into the mud,' move to Sweet 16
"The number four seeded Tennessee volunteers are moving on to the sweet 16 after defeating the 5th ranked duke blue Devils 65 52 in second round action for Orlando. The voles were led by a great performance by Olivier Kim wall scored 27 points and 5 rebounds. Knowing that they had a lot of freshmen we knew that if we come in applying more pressure and being tough and physical and then, you know, they would have to deal with it. What we were saying before the game, the whole time was we gonna bring them into the mud with us. In the early game 5th seeded San Diego state dominated 13th ranked Furman 75 52,
AP News Radio
Coyotes beat Blackhawks 4-2, push points streak to 8
"A hat trick and Connor McDavid collected three points as the oilers outscored the kraken 6 four. Kane notched his second three goal game of the season, capping it on an odd man rush midway through the third period. McDavid provided a goal and two assists, giving him a league high 134 points this season. He also tops the NHL with 59 goals. Leon draisaitl has 104 points after setting up three scores. Vince Dunn ran his point streak to 12 games, but the kraken loss for the 6th time in their last 7 home games
Your Daily Prayer
"a. times" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer
"Philippians four verse 6 tells us that we must not allow anxiety to overwhelm us, but instead we are to come to God in prayer and cry out to him with our requests. Full of a thankful heart knowing he hears us. Do not be anxious about anything. But in everything, by prayer and supplication with Thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God. Philippians four or 6. Nothing is too small when it comes to our prayers to God. He wants us to come to him about everything. God not only hears our prayers, he responds with his peace and protection. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ thesis. Fully for 7. God's peace is like nothing else this world can offer. It is beyond all human logic or reasoning. He promises to protect our hearts and minds when we dwell on our position in Jesus. As forgiven children of God, she is not only the creator and sustainer of life, but he is our heavenly father that longs to protect and provide for us. Instead of allowing worries to drive you to other sources in an attempt to bring relief, make a list of these worries and take them to God in prayer today. He hears every request. You can find peace and rest assured that he is the one who never changes. Even if everything around you feels like shifting sand, remember that Jesus Christ is firm and secure. Let's pray. Father God, I am stressed out and overwhelmed. Constant change, scares me. I cry out to you knowing that you care for me. And that you do not want me to find safety in anything else but you. I run to you and look to you to bring a peace that passes all understanding for you are my fortress and protection against the storms of life. Thank you, Jesus, that you are a firm foundation. In the midst of chaos and troubles, you are constant, and you are unshakable. I do not build my life upon sinking sand, but you, my rock and my redeemer. Thank you for being near to me. When I'm worried or afraid, I can always lean upon you and trust that you are always working things out for your glory and for my good. In Jesus name, amen.
Your Daily Prayer
"a. times" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer
"No matter what is going on around us, we can find an unshakable confidence in the lord because he is ever faithful to us. This is why staying in the word consistently is so important when experiencing stressful or unstable times. Faith comes by hearing the word of God, Romans ten 17, and the more we are studying the scriptures, the stronger our trust in God becomes, the word of God is so powerful and the more we study and meditate on it, our foundation will be strong in price and will continually know how to look to him any time stress and anxiety tries to overtake us. Let us always be quick to ask the lord for his sustaining grace and help us in our time of need, looking to him always because he cares for us. No matter what is going on around us, even if it seems like everything is falling apart, we must remember that God holds the entire universe in his hands. He is completely sovereign. Nothing passes through his hands by accident. He is in total control and has a great plan regarding all of it. We can trust in him and rest in his great perfect peace. Let us set our mind upon him. Let's pray. Lord, thank you that you want us to set our minds upon you at all times. Thank you that there is no where I can go that you are not there with me. Thank you for having a hold of my life, even as I feel like everything is crumbling around me. I confess that I have let stress take a hold of my life rather than you. I've tried to control things in my life and at the same time I've let anxiety control my mood, my attitudes and my actions. Lord, I repent of this. Please father help me see what is stressful or worrisome in my life and hand it over to you, help me actively think on your goodness to me. I am so hopeful for my eternity with you, lord, where the presence of sin and fear will no longer be there. Help me look back on all the ways you have rescued me from my fearful moments and remember where you have always been faithful to me in the midst of great trials. Help me to rest in the truth of your goodness and power today. Thank you, ward, for your perfect peace. In Jesus name, amen.
The Financial Guys
"a. times" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"So time to really understand your portfolio as Paul meeks, one of our leading portfolio managers, a regular on CNBC says, time to trade up. Go through your portfolio, understand what you own. There's lots of good stuff that's been on a discount for the last 6 to 12 months. And you don't need to, I was so in an appointment in a meeting with John thur, another chartered financial analyst we have. And there was a gentleman needs a client of ours and he was, you know, he's looking for opportunities. He said, boy, look at John. Look at these stocks that have been beat up. And a lot of them were, I'm not going to say the names of the companies, but garbage companies. And John said, well, why would you do that? Why would we look at garbage companies when we can look at really good companies that are on sale? Why wouldn't we comb through the universe and find the good companies with good earnings and lots of cash on hand? And these companies that can take advantage of and buying up some of the other companies that are out there that are beat up. So opportunity to trade up, I did forget, by the way, I called these criminal scumbags. And penny Wolfgang during the break said, hey, make sure you clear up that that was you, Mike, that said that in the opening. And Glenn and I will absolutely take the credit for calling these people scholars because that's what they are. But it really was not her. So but time to diversify folks. Make sure you've got a solid plan in place. And take advantage of the volatility that's out there. Stuff doesn't last forever. Good and bad. Stock markets will overreact, even if economies are great, there's always going to be opportunities to sort of sort through some of it and say, who's going to take advantage of the next bull market who's going to be a part of that?
The Financial Guys
"a. times" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"That's true. And I agree with that. And most of it of what we're saying, Mike is common sense and what we're doing with the law does the powerful law, particularly. It takes away the ability of the court to use their common sense and good judgment and discretion. In deciding whether a person is eligible should be eligible to be released or should be given a break should be assumed presumed innocent, which everybody is. And said, you know, let them go without bail. Or with other restrictions besides cash bail. Well, unfortunately, a judge, I think a lot of this is born out of the whole, everything is racist, right? So it's racist to hold people and they can't afford to get out of blah blah blah. Why I give it as always, don't commit the crime. If you're going to commit the crime, then unfortunately you can always avoid a bail situation affording it or otherwise by simply staying in school and getting a job and not committing crime. It seems to be pretty simple that 90 plus percent of society can function in that capacity except for the small group that are criminals for all of any color, right? And when it comes to the criminal system, you know, all kinds of people commit crimes, right? So I don't know. But a lot of this goes all the way back to that, which is unfortunately destroying, I think, a lot of our society and many, many ways, sadly. Let me ask you looking forward. I'm sorry, my God. No, no, you're good. I just wanted to get your opinion looking forward. So it leaves Alden failed, sadly. We now have a elected Cassie hole, which even though she's just squeaked by miraculously, you know, I'm sure she's going to take it as some sort of a mandate. Is there signs that she's going to soften? I've heard kind of both sides of it, right?
The Financial Guys
"a. times" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"This is where the money goes, folks. It goes into private hands of the politicians. Think about the former mayor de Blasio's wife, Charlene. What an absolute just. I mean, criminal. I don't know how else to put it. She was put in charge of this agency to help out mentally ill or whatever. And billions, billions of dollars for a psychiatric things or whatever. God, God. None of it got no results to show for any of it. No accountability, no tracking, nothing to show for it, right? Billions of dollars. Now, of course, comrade de Blasio and his wife Charlene will be multi multi hundred, 200 million at some point. I'm sure there will be one for the rest of their life. Because you deserve money. It's our money. This is what happens. So you think about those hundred employees, those 50 employees you mentioned, that left New York City. They're making a half $1 million a year. You also have New York City taxes bike. So now you've got another bunch there. So 15%, 75,000 times 50. It's a lot of money. We're going to take a let's take a quick break. So I was going to bring up a judge penny Wolfgang when we come back here. You've got Mike lomas gun wiggle the financial guys, so we'll be right back one second. The on the live line with a special guest judge penny Wolfgang and judge Wolfe came back. Thank you so much for spending a little bit of time with us. I know you've been pretty busy during the election season. I see you on all the local stations, two four 7. So I really do appreciate you spending some time with us. We wanted to talk a little bit about bell reform. Obviously that was a very hot topic during the last election cycle. I mean, you're talking about a state that has two to one registered Democrats or Republican and Lee Zelda almost pulled it out. And a big part of his success and actually Republicans actually taking some congressional seats over a big part of that success has been safety and we've always talked about safety is really being the most important thing out of all the economic things out there.
The Financial Guys
"a. times" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"We're guys like me show up and try to huff it down all of a sudden, but play here. To be honest with you, even the turkey trot, the corporate chair, most of the people that are wrong. They were very exactly. I've never been there, right? So if you're going to do the corporate challenge or the turkey track, you're going to hang out and drink beer with me after, but you're not going to run it. Exactly. So three deaths, 33 hospitalizations at the Spanish half marathon. That's alarming. The average age of 17 people dying in Erie county with the average age of death at 79, which is the average age of death is not news. It's not something to send out, but what they want to change the bike is they want to get back to masks. He can't stand. They want to get back to control. That's right. Exactly. That's what they want. They want to go back to telling you how to live your life. That's exactly right. But what a disgusting thing to start off to say, COVID deaths. Here's the COVID deaths. No, they're not COVID deaths. You should have, if you were going to release some kind of facts because that's what you feel like you should do as kind of the executive. You should say a good news. COVID doesn't seem to be a factor anymore and why we're losing people. Oh, and by the way, I'd really question getting my vaccination because that doesn't seem to be doing shit. No. No, not at all. Here's the thing with the vaccination now that is really obvious and there have been multiple studies now. It's not as if we could, again, we're not in the first 30 days. This is what kills me. The studies now show that these vaccinations basically have made you dependent on the vaccinations. They have destroyed the immune system for COVID. And so in one in a 24 hour period, the Kamala Harris tweets out, oh, it looks like we're just going to need one a year booster. And then the health secretary tweets out, it looks like you need one every two months. If you haven't had your booster in two months, get it in two months. The right answer actually is two months. If you are going to go down the booster path, then guess what? Every time you get a booster, makes your body dependent on those antibodies, not your own. And what happens is the studies all show now that those antibodies that you're getting from the boosters are waning substantially within 6 to 8 weeks. Within 6 to 8 weeks, you are no longer protected. In fact, with a studies have shown when they've done it, that you are more vulnerable. You are more likely by a factor of multiple times, I believe, you are more likely to get COVID if you are not if you're taking the boosters and then you wait more than two months. So either get on the two month train or go on with getting COVID and get the natural antibodies and move on with your life. That's basically your choice at this point, right? Dependent on so two months. So anyway, the status, by the way, it's about 65 percent of people are vaccinated, right? So that should show up if what Marx studies show here is that actually you have a higher probability of dying built by being vaccinated to your point about your immune system than you don't. Because it should be 65% of the 17 deaths died of COVID. If it was a neutral playing route, right? It's not. No, it's not.
The Financial Guys
"a. times" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"It was a bad company. It doesn't mean you don't like the company or you don't like the stock, but sometimes things are out of favor, folks. And it doesn't mean you got to write things into the dirt either. Around. All right, welcome back, Mike Loma spun wiggle financial guys, the place where money meets politics. So we have a ton of stuff to talk about today. Special guest joining us in a little bit here, penny judge penny Wolfgang. I'm going to talk a little bit about bell reform, but there is, I mean, a million articles you and I sent each other over the week. I'm glad we really have to start with this. So this was a Twitter release from our very own county executive Mark Poland cars. Now this is somebody who everybody locally or knows has really just pushed you got to have a shot. Got to have a shot. He's destroyed many local businesses. This was the guy that was caught out skating with his mates as he was shutting down skating rinks for the kids. As he was taking the swing sets off of the playgrounds because God forbid the kids get together, right? So here's the latest data that this clown comes out with. Now, if this was me, I think I would have just not released the data. I just go on to other projects, right? So he says, confirmed 17 deaths from COVID-19 infection. Well, that's a lie. He starts off right with a lie. 17, this is the month of November. 17 deaths from COVID-19. Okay, well, when I hear that from a kind of executive, I think they died of COVID, right? 16 were in November, one in October, so not all November. All 17 persons had documented underlying comorbidities. Wouldn't you figure? All of them. Now, this has been the theme for about two years now, basically. Two and a half outside of outside of the first, let's say, 30 days of this thing, right? All 17 persons had documented underlying comorbidities, which means they didn't die of COVID. They died with COVID, okay? All were over the age of 60. Most of them over the age of 70, actually. 60 to 73 70 to 79.6 80 plus 8000, okay? This is the, this is the kicker here. 16 were fully vaccinated. Here's the other kicker. The average age was 79. Average life expectancy in the country is right now. 79. 79. They take down the 78 now. Nothing to do with COVID. Zero to do with COVID. But it would have been the flu. It would have been pneumonia. It would have been a severe cold. It could have been a whole lot of things. But look, when you look at, let's go to a different article real quick. That is a civil, right? If you want to be alarmed about something, you want to tweet something out, you tweet out the fact that there was a marathon here, like a half marathon in Spain, three heart attacks, and 33 hospitalizations. You want to tweet something out and say, oh my God, I'm concerned about something. That's what you tweet out, Mark. Oh my God. We had a marathon, which usually includes athletes. This wasn't the turkey trot here, folks.
Your Daily Prayer
"a. times" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer
"Sometimes things don't go as planned. And many times for reasons beyond what we can understand. This is why it's so important to remember where to place our hope in times of uncertainty. Our focus first reminds us that our trust is not to be placed in our circumstances, predictable or not. Instead our trust is meant for the lord, and the Bible is clear that it is safe for us to place our trust in the lord even when it doesn't make sense to us. We can do this because unlike our ever changing circumstances, our God remains the same. Hebrews 13 8. For those in Christ, we can safely build our entire lives upon the promises of God's word, knowing he has secured our last for eternity, Isaiah 33 6. And as for the temporary things that happen in this life, we can trust him to use those for our benefit too. He takes everything that happens to us, both good and bad and uses it for our good, the good of others, and his glory, Romans 8 28. The good news for those dreaded times of uncertainty is that our understanding and God's ability to work all things for our good and his glory are not mutually exclusive. Meaning one does not depend upon the other. We don't have to understand our situations to know that God is holding every detail of our lives together in his trustworthy hands. And praise God, he does not wait for us to understand to accomplish his plans and purposes in and through us. Let's pray. Dear lord, you know how much my heart desires predictability and security? But lord so often, I hope to find it in my circumstances instead of you. Lord forgive me when I don't trust you, when fear wells up inside of me, God let it prompt me to acknowledge your presence and your sovereignty over every detail of my life. Thank you that you are faithful, completely dependable, and trustworthy because you never change. Unlike the unpredictable circumstances that daily let me down. God, you never fail me. Joshua 20 one 45. And Jesus name, amen.
"a. times" Discussed on ESPN FC
"That you're talking about crosses and Frank was talking about crosses as well. But at inter, he scored a lot of his goals when balls were rolled into his feet and he was turning defenders or running just down the side of the defense and getting shots away. He was dynamic. He was good with his back to go. It wasn't just about crosses. So if you're not getting crosses in, then you have to create space in the midfield areas so you can roll balls into it. So he can get himself turned, so he's not coming back towards the ball. He's holding the defender get himself turned, and the next one is a strike. That's how he scored most of his goals for inter. And they're not really using them in that sort of way. It's interesting. So I know you're going to go somewhere else at the center and because the one has told, I'll give you a terrible Cup final. Fine for Thomas Tuchel. But really, do the Chelsea finds deep down really care about that. On an ownership, really care about that. Everybody know looking at Chelsea's league form. Chelsea's lead possession as Frank mentioned is I wouldn't call it vulnerable yet, but it's not far off it. It's not far off and Tottenham have four games in hand. And if they were to win this game, an arsenal continued although they didn't play well yesterday in the League Cup, a fair continue to get players back and show up a form again that we've seen. It might be a fight for that top four. And then we'll know talking about his job. Because this is a more ruthless ownership, certainly in England. And this one has toned so fast. And we're going to find out if Thomas Tucker can fix this downtown with coaching and don't give him a tiredness because all these teams apart from bondly, all these teams have been playing. It's not about tiredness. It's about team selection and it's about performance. And rob is actually gone for a draw in this game. How much of that is down to Conte's Premier League record with this side robot? Or is it because of that bounce that we might see because of the result against Leicester? So far, I've been a little bit disappointed with then somehow.
The Agostinho Zinga Show
"a. times" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Frustration down assistant director yelled at her lunch and about revisions according to an audio from nine eleven obtained in times. He's opposed the guns. Mitchell said the nine eleven. Call he just before i set. Mitchell told the nine level of predator. She could not say whether the gun was loaded on the real bullet holes. The first assistant did not cover the request. Again ladies been off holds has come under scrutiny before in twenty nineteen. He was fired from a film sell freedom. Possibly crew member had a minor and temporary juror pop gun. According to the producer of the film who from the film declined to comment on named because he was afraid to comment. because this india's. I'm assuming that same year holds was brought into place versus director. Courtney hope around on the film the door after he was let go after she was like from the job. Finna said the oklahoma production had made many safety issues and she pushed back on such as no safety plan for the tornado literally zone. That's when they brought in day because he had her petition for being lax and safety. Apparently when i do the project. Dave is known to be the guy you call. God mandate hollywood entertainment industry just like proven once again what pieces shitting in diversity inclusion representing marginalized voices. All this nonsense. They spout god. Mike terrible terrible people aaron k. Coots kunz whose papers street pitches was a production company on the parador. Refuted fear. nord was fired because she was upset about safety as it hosing. Replace her because of the supposed relaxed attitude towards the safety because didn't knowledge that the movie unit production manager received safety complaint about hose dream production relate into wherever has us so he disputes. What she said but doesn't offer a counter counter narrative. That's usually when someone's lying. They will frustrated at the amount of time it was taken in between lightning. Lightning delays said coots who also directed the film. I do remember him growing frustrated. Hey lighting far away. We're good we're good guys. Can we go. we're good guys can go. We need to go. I don't think much of at a time. Just say dave's a fiery guy on the extra furlough one way short in georgia in february a camera system said hose did not hold a safety meeting before shooting dangerous scene involving a russian arm a crane like piece of equipment that attach high speed machine during filming the reported and reported her concerns to to producers and the local union representation that individuals do not comment response. Of course the quote says he has his dismay this demeanor. that is almost like it doesn't take anything seriously. it got so bad. I had a meeting with the production team to tell them he didn't care about our safety and it wasn't right lung was surprised when filming began that the highway that had been cleared the outside traffic especially because it was raining that day. Meanwhile she said. The walkie talkies were filled with so much chatter bench. Actions were muddled and two vehicles. Being used by the production nearly collided associate. The job is funny but it is how terrible that people are their job. That's when we finally stopped everything i said..
The Agostinho Zinga Show
"a. times" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"A newly released document obtained by los angeles times on sunday. Night supposed to say that the weapon had been described to him as a code gun. Meaning it did not have any live rounds but the gun discharged striking hutchinson a chest and suaza the right shoulder according to santa fe county. Sheriff's detective affidavit affidavit used to obtain such weren't hutches with pronounced dead at arabic hospital so struck in the chest maybe what strike for heart lungs or whatever it went she she basically got hit in the one place in the body that could result in you dying straightway from a single bullet wound. Because you know that's usually the place people tell you to aim if you want to you know If you want to stop somebody. Right center of mass. And that's what she got hit. She got hit in the shoulder like the director in the leg. Maybe that missile artery something. She would probably be delighted this day. So that's the tragic part of it right. Such tragedy swabs us statement so detective offered a new window into unser shooting. And i say that. Let's hollywood reeling and calling for safe working conditions on the set. The shooting took place after six members of the film crew walked after complaining of the production company about the payment and housing camera to read. Russell told detective joe kind of carl. Sorry russell's a statement to detective offered the chronology yet of how the tragedy voters stuff happening before and the day. The day started late because the production had hired a replacement camera crew and the were was working with only one cameras wasn't so detective and aside from the baldwin sources. Say that two people were handling the gun from seen our mehanna grousset read and then the assistant director david hose handed the gun to baldwin because of the covenant team protocols gutierrez read setup. Free pop guns on a car. Outside bonanza creek ranch church set the focus of the social. Warren who's did not know live rows will into gun that was handed to baldwin in hozeal. Code gynecology affidavit. Which again shows a complete incompetence when it comes to the people that were dealing with making sure. Those guns went life. I could understand why somebody doesn't do a last minute. Check before they hand it to the person on the set just to make sure similar to what they do when they take when spe shows going offline they just go through stuff last minute just to make sure i know we'll go for the protocol beforehand. But let me just make one check just in case because you never know because you can. We've had been spatial strategies where one ring went off on a boat essentially led to the whole spaceship kind of blowing up..
The Agostinho Zinga Show
"a. times" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Really don't blame me. Because what's the what's your tentative. Sit there and worry best things that you cannot change cannot influence you can make any real meaningful difference about nothing. There's no point you're seeing what these insert britain people they probably got. Good intentions are in the good place. They're probably looking at things for holistic point of view they have the day. Have they have big hearts. You'd assume right. They look in the future humanity of the world. I don't know whatever they looking after. But in general people dragging them off the street because they don't give a fuck people are dragging off the street because they had their own issues. They have their own problems people. They have to look after they can't care about the world climate change and really calm because they have so many data day issues piling up in front of them before they even open their eyes. They legitimately can't care about the next day is literally about the next minute the next hour the next day the next week even like site. God man's like it's matter is my leafing but again we just kind of we ignore it. We pretend it's not happening. We just don't away. Like i did and we just go back home. Wake up hungover. Go to the gym. You know go to work. That's what we do we have. We don't necessarily. It's funny when you think about it is funny. We don't all care. None of us care. We don't we don't really care we tr- we pretend to care there's a whole bunch up in that pops up on our time from time to time with alec baldwin thing so oh even early baldwin thing. It's been four days. Obviously i've recorded since then and even moved on people have kind of cared about that anymore. It's just kind of germany. We live in such a weird waldman finger it has to do with our government and how handled the pandemic the fact that they've crushed most of us in terms of our prospects for the future. They've cut delayed most of our plans. Some of our plans are basically being thrown off kilter for you know for the foreseeable future. You imagine you have a job now. And they're trying to make you worry about. The housing market are can't even pay my rent. Well i'm aware. The housing market worried about kids in another country. We'll go right about this. This epidemic game over here we of people in this place of the earth. Why would i care. Jermaine is so mad. How did it really is. And it's such a missed opportunity again because the political such a great opportunity i felt like for people of ood life especially the ones the downtrodden. The ones that have been overlooked doesn't matter where you all will color creed you're to band together and to unite in an effort to kind of cool attention to the disparity exists in the world. Right wealth inequality socioeconomic levels whatever. It may be this was opportunity to get around army. Arm-in-arm look arms are under each other and start singing kumbaya as pointing the finger at these guys and saying. Hey.
"a. times" Discussed on #CreateYourEarthLife
"I'm also feeling an urge to learn about the end days and I know other people are feeling that urge. The reason I'm doing the day approaching is that we are doing it at our church, and everyone pretty much voted for it. We had four other books that we were looking at and they're all really good books, but pretty much everyone was like, I want to learn about the end base. And so that's what we're doing. And I'm happy to be sharing it with you guys because I feel like it is so important that you guys know about it. For people that are not Christian or who have not been saved, sometimes don't even like to say Christians. Even though in the Bible, it says that that's what we're called. And I like being called that people take it as this whole religion thing and Christianity is not about religion. It is about relationship. It is not about doing rituals is not about sacrifices. It was in the Old Testament. It's not like that anymore. That's why Jesus came. God said, no, I want you to have a relationship with my son. I want you to believe in your heart that he is real that he loves you that he's going to forgive you. And that is your way to me. So having a relationship with Jesus, and to have a relationship with Jesus, is to get to know him and to get to know him is to pray to him and to read his word to read the Bible. That's how you get to know Jesus. And then when you read it, the words will become on your heart, you know, there will be tattooed on your heart. And you will begin living a different life. Your life will change for the better. I can tell you that. All right, so X two, 16 through 21. Here is another area in the Bible where it is talked about what is going to happen in the end time. So here's Peter talking and he is sharing a by Joel. Says but this is what was spoken by the prophet jewel, and it shall come to pass in the last days says God that I will pour out my spirit on all flesh. Your sons and your daughters so prophecy. Your young men shall see visions, your old men.
Monocle 24: The Menu
"a. times" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"A man who was launched a number of restaurants and continues to do so even though there is still plenty of uncertainty about the future with the ongoing pandemic to widely reported staffing issues in the uk. Victory lou gehrig's the co founder of big mama restaurant group that runs over a dozen restaurants in france spain and prison. The group opened his first restaurant in paris in two thousand thirteen. And the recently opened of mario in covent garden is already. The group's third restaurant in london. Victim has been busy creating new technology for restaurants making paying for meals. Quicker and easier with the software called someday. We discussed all this with him but i. He explained his philosophy of what kind of restaurants he wants to create designing restaurants or creating sore. As we said is exactly like trying to describe your love so love is a very vague word and it means so many things it means. I love you i respect you i want to marry you i want children fuck etc etc etc. I want you to cuddle me. I want to catch. I desire you. I feel. I cannot have you so many things behind love. Selena russians is a similar stuff. How can we break it into so many technical stuff and we can but to a certain extent. How do we design a restaurants. We sit as a team so i. We design the russians ourselves. We don't outsource this. I feel like design is a very strong part of a restaurant moment. of course it starts and ends with food because people are gathering around meal sa- concept of a restaurant but there is so much more to that. It's the design it's the plate. It's the music it's the service it's how we talk to you it's how it dressed is the thickness of the paper of the menu etc etc. So did design is a very important part of its. I wouldn't feel as the whole restaurateur if we were outsourcing. It creating restaurant is to us about building an experience and the best way to do that is to share emotions foods about emotions moment others all about emotions. I try to identify emotions. We have in ourselves that we love usually it comes with memory. So what memory do we have as a team in italy this studio our who could kick his studio. It's a phenomenon showing. We don't take ourselves too seriously so kick it would say where you're going on holiday in italy because that's going to probe impact dressings redoing next year. Yes it's true where we're going on holiday where our chef is originally from his memories on the amalfi coast or the fact that these restaurants many people from the kitchen from venice and they're all so many memories they have odysseus the dish. My grandmother used to do. This is the place that was at my uncle's place. And i always thought it was fun because when i would go to my uncle the place would be in the shape of vegetables so we gather all these memories and then of course. It's about making choices. So then you gather them you write them down on posted on the wall and we collect all these memories and all these emotions and then it's okay. Is there a coherent story that we can build based on this. And that's how we start and indicator of ivy architecturally. There's a love inspiration from tuscany. The cinna cathedral has is an amazing memory for me and also for many people in the stuff and i remember the gren s of the cathedral thinking. Wow or these green wide stripes. It's so strong. It's so bullish architecture at the time. The guy said we're gonna do this and it's going to be a hundred years worksites and it's going to be all striped white and green. How her bullish that is and when we visited the site in covent garden and we had these huge space with this huge perspective which is very rare in london fed like a cathedral because it's very long and very high under ceiling and we said that acosta cathedral in may first memory for cathedral in italy's the cathedral that's how it started and then we've built around tuscany older memories we had from tuscany and then we added a form of northern talent touch with many reference to veto because the kitchen team is a lot originally from vendor. And if you're doing things that passionate about you're going to be better than others and if you ask people from vendor to cook dishes from northern italy then be better at it and they'll cook better than if you ask them to cook tomato sauce which is very southern italy. I bet i think is interesting. That's you you launched the restaurants you mentioned already. Mario about a month ago in london of garden. Did you have any doubts. I'm wondering visa curious. Time to launch restaurants considering that we are still in the middle of a pandemic and we don't really know what's waiting for us. Just wait until it's automo- or the winter. Did you calculate that risk or did you worry about that or did you have the confidence. And where did you get it from. I hope what i'm gonna say. That doesn't sound too. Generic bits as restaurateur or and as an entrepreneur to eighteen. Months have been. I can amazing lesson a life lesson. The kids of course as an entrepreneur. You calculate everything you have this passion for mastering in controlling kitchen you'll very controlling so assuming russo. Many processes cooking is very precise action in cooking for ten thousand people. A day is very precise. And you can't mess was you put stuff in people's mouths you have to be very precise and controlling. I'm very controlling person. We're all very controlling. So of course you want to control your opening opening dates your media plan how you who are gonna. You're first client. All of that is very controlled process. And we're not doing it for the first time then comes covered and after one week of cuvee last year. It said like okay. This is totally out of control. And now we're going to have to navigate and learn to move absolutely out of control. Now it's it's been eighteen months. It's still absolutely out of control. You open when you can and you go with the flow and it's actually a very different attitude. I feel like i'm more compete in happy person. Actually today where ruined that. I can get with the flow even in my business even with running a thousand five hundred people company i can go with the flow and actually it works and it's all about being agile and it's about moving very fast as team while you can open. You have a window to open. Let's do it because maybe in september everyone is back home with delta virus. Who knows now we can open. And we're opening now in coven gordon which is a place. That of course drives every londoner. Because every londoner we'd be happy together and kevin garden which is a strong thing but kevin godden but it also drives people who are going out and cinemas upright cetera needles drives so many tourists from around the world right now. There is an appropriate on the tourists right now. They're almost no one in offices so he's he's a good time. Technically to open coven gordon. Probably not and yet. We're packed with actress and new two hundred people a day because we're fully boxer. My point is going to flow and it actually works and that feeling actually makes me feel really more lighter and more free is the key takeaway not to stop and procrastinate. Instead you should be fast and agile and just acts when you can yes. It is but then again. I don't think i deserve a medal. It's not as if we had the trice as a respirator. Have your bills. You have your rents. You have your wages. It's not as if we could have procrastinated you. Actually you do what you can. Then i have sought here for all my fellow restaurants.
Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS
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Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"a. times" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"Active Particularly the i mean and they make the point in they surgical i The other our trusses suffer significantly from Longline fishing where the fish get caught on the the The long lawn columba's long fishing lawn with multiple hooks on it And then the fish need the surface the albatross dog grabbing get hooked themselves and so significant number of Albatross die cheap like em up. In some small populations. It's quite possible that this will lead to extinction And so for wisdom to chat her way through sydney of the stuff in contribute. Thirty thirty five buds to the next generation at some. it is. Exciting stuff brendan. I was hoping it was a little secret of mind that you would try and pronounce with teams long term current might likely fouled jake of Back i can try and get that. I think it's it's certainly I think you've got to take into account that it some It's the north pacific midway atoll and so the majority of the us fish wildlife service offices who work in that area come from hawaii is a k. k. Come on he's Era was trump. Set you up for be pronunciation out of the park. So what have we have. We got a good news story. I have i do. We'll do yes but don't know what to make of this story britain to be honest with you. I'm i liked the story because it. It does contain some of my favorite topics in the world and that includes boyd's forest dragons the butte spectacular gomez from the rainforests of north queensland It does include sakes. I'm always one of my favorite topics and And some controversy. I was begging for us to have a little bit of conflict earlier in the show. And and maybe this is the place so the story is that Doris a ported leaf. Female boyd's forest dragon at melbourne aquarium Stop laying eggs and on more detailed inspection namely the application. Aww an ultrasound probe By an unnamed member of our profession. it was suggested that this was in fact now not a female but a male and they had been some well Clown fish like change in six to explain the prisons of laid eggs now now transposed into transformed into a mile. Is it And i said to you before when discussing this case that tom. A one of the researchers who was who's published widely on sexual development of comedy Wantonly She said that such an unusual occurrence would require very convincing data And she reminds us skeptical but intrigued. And look i think. That's how i feel exactly like sarah. Skeptical trade deals skeptical button. Trade look can. I could imagine a whole bunch of scenarios that Three lizards in the enclosure sees and So one of them was mile in two of them. Were believed to be female. I could easily you imagine They bring some confusion about who was laying the eggs in that circumstance. old might dodd. And the two females were moved into a new exhibit and doris binged like a mile dragon when she was offered food in the new enclosure and his secondary six characteristics The the thickness of the crowd size of the capella scales. And on general braddock cala took off her white shut up from hundred which is always. She would have been very worried about that hundred programs. Two hundred and fifty nine I don i i. I have my doubts that tom that we've had a genuine female to male sex change but i could easily say a finger on the pulse for this one mac and maybe we should contact mr fair. Yes capability there are more questions than answers he says there are. There are fair comment. Fake come okay. Chomping toil mind story. And it's a bit of a quickie. We did covers a broad range of this topic in episode one hundred and seven and that For those of you haven't listened to episode one hundred seven not Com and type in the search and yourself to get tight site side by topic is a little bit more specific that was a bad environmental enrichment for reptiles in jan role. And we go to summarize subsection of that this way. Count me rack. Environmental enrichment for snakes So snakes in captivity. Why do we do this mike. What is environmental enrichment ample of it and what causative o-negative does result in. Jump into it. Back what is environmental enrichment for those of us who aren't particularly fight with the term. I love using the example of of The traditional zoo cage. You know the pit that was used to house to house Big cats In decades gone past and and It's interesting because that sonny's z. Way to maintain them in captivity by Eat and it might even help. Cape his control parasites and other health diseases but it has bad psychological effects the cats who knows enclosures. The begets in those enclosures developed pounds. Psychological problems by up stereotypical pricing behaviors. They will often develop serious health problems as a consequence and leave the normal behavior behind and fail to reproduce so maybe act aggressively to colts so environmental enrichment is the process of trying to in some ways emulate aspects of the natural environment that these animals would come into contact with stimulating the senses challenging. They thity levels so that.