35 Burst results for "About A Thousand"
We Spent $400 BILLION on Illegal Immigration?
"Dan bongino so i told you before the break when i played a clip let the fox business report they told you what illegal immigration is costing us per year and it is an absolutely ridiculous obscene four hundred and fifty one billion dollars let me say that is off by ten percent and it's four hundred billion dollars four hundred billion dollars to pay for illegal immigration now again again because i'm interested in the truth and honesty you shouldn't be here illegally we we did it the right way my family my wife and you should do with two it if you first act in the united states is to flip us the double barrel middle finger and break the law you don't deserve to be here but from a strict economic perspective are these costs real certainly sounds like it the problem is over time people can mean productivity so let's hey this if gets a little complicated i'm not doing it intentionally say it costs us four hundred and fifty one billion a dollars year to process i don't know three million people that are in the country illegally and probably another five five hundred thousand that are got a ways we don't even know about but we're still paying for anyway that that cost would go down each year why because people would start to work not everyone's gonna stay on on government benefits people would eventually i'm not apologizing for illegal immigration so don't please don't send me any nasty grams i'm simply giving you a pure spreadsheet take on it over time it costs less by the time you get to the second generation typically that generation works they go to school they produce it probably cost you a lot less the problem we have with biden and if god forbid this guy gets re -elected or any democrat for that matter is is that this a recurring
Joe Biden Has Blood on His Hands
"Other words breathe life back into that diabolical genocidal regime and he killed he didn't give a damn how many citizens in Iran were murdered by that regime never said a damn thing not one neither did Blinken neither did Sullivan neither did their parrots blitzer tapper Mitchell Scarborough none of them said a damn thing Joe Biden doesn't talk about the citizens who are being slaughtered half a million Syrians Muslims among not a word nothing still going on not a word when it comes to the hoodies in Yemen another islamo nazi tourist operation funded by the Iranians Joe Biden took the terrorism label off the hoodies just like he refuses to fight in UN they put the terrorism label on Hamas the hoodies have slaughtered unknown numbers of Unbelievable people. Joe Biden says nothing nothing Joe Biden says he supports the Ukrainians, but he doesn't want them tens of thousands of Ukrainians have died because of his feckless policy there he never talks about the Ukrainian when citizens ever he meets with Xi he never brings up the two and a half million Uyghurs that are in death camps concentration
Democrats Are Threatening Israel's Very Survival
"You know it's interesting when israel one it's independence the state of israel and people get confused with that and how how long the jewish people have been there the jewish people have been there for four thousand years but the modern state of israel the establishment of the state of israel it was proclaimed on may 14 1948 within a few hours president truman issued from the white house a statement that said the states united government recognized the provisional government as the de facto authority the new state of israel two days later the soviet union followed with a formal recognition to an exchange of letters by stalin's right -hand man stoff and should talk the foreign minister of israel and it said confirm your receipt of your telegram on may 16 in which you inform the government of the ussr of the proclamation on the basis of the revolution of the united nations resolution november 1947 of the creation of alzheimer the independent state of israel make requests for the recognition of state of by the ussr i inform you in this letter that the government of the ussr has decided to recognize officially the state of israel and its provisional government so today's so two days later the soviet union recognizes israel and from that moment until 1967 formal diplomatic relations but seven diplomatic relations were broken off and weren't resumed until 1991 one the . also israel's closest ally the state of israel was established was not the united states it was france. france was israel's closest ally and it's believed that france provided israel with certain technological information to enable them to build atomic weapons it was france. eisenhower was a little chilly toward israel at least at the toward the end by the despite what some israeli officials are saying at the highest levels in even worse than obama even though obama's acolytes are surrounding biden in instituting their ideological agenda the fact is you can see since obama's presidency that the demographics of the country enhance the demographics of the democrat party have significantly changed. there's more islamists operating under the umbrella of the democrat and receiving tenure and receiving student visas and all the rest of it than during the obama administration and exist big time now and being funded by billionaires and they're being lost network and others
Gun Confiscation in Biden's America: Will You Be on the List?
"Who have 100 ,000 followers. I'm not even mentioning their names, but just imagine for a second you garner 50 thousand followers. You're Joe Smith. You've got a regular job, living a decent life with your two kids and the dog, whatever it may be. And all of a sudden you start posting about and Biden wins, God forbid, in 2024, you start posting about Hunter Biden's crack problems and his paintings and money laundering. Oh, next thing you know, look, you get a knock at the door. We'd like to talk to you about these Twitter posts, by the way. You have a gun, son of your business. Well, actually it is our business. You have a gun. We'd like to see that. Next thing you know, you get some kind of flag red against you. Your guns are confiscated. look, Oh, they find a gun in your house and all of a sudden they make up some phantom menacing thing. Oh, he lunged for it. Meanwhile, you were seven rooms away while they're in your house. This is what worries me. They will use the gun list as a way to target their political opponents. Not that they're going to confiscate every gun. There's no way. They have no chance. But how would they do that, folks? And now let's play a little interactive game. But, Dan, I've listened to your show before. It's illegal for the federal government to create Yes, correct. It's also illegal for the federal government to use tax dollars to pay off people's student loans. But they do that. There's always a workaround for tyrants. And the workaround for the tyrants is the background check system. The federal government wants to desperately compile a list of everybody that's gone through a background check for a firearm. So they have a list of every firearm and who bought it. The problem, ladies and gentlemen, is the mandatory background check is only for sales from FFLs. It's not for private. So Mike if or I were to give away a firearm to, say, our daughters or sons, and they're not prohibited possessors, the government son of the government's business, your gun, you can give it to whoever you want, as long as it's the law. They want
Media Matters Tries to Destroy Elon Musk's X
"Linda Yaccarino said, if you know me, you know I'm committed to truth and fairness. Here's the truth. Not a single authentic user on X saw IBM, Comcast or Oracle ads next to content in the Media Matters article. Only two users saw an Apple ad next to the content, at least one of which was Media Matters. Data wins over manipulation or allegations don't mean manipulated stand with X. Yeah, this is a multidimensional hit job. And they're trying to go after Elon personally and criminally. They're trying to go after his liberation of the platform, all because Elon has now become a serious threat to the regime, to the unit party and the left by allowing us to speak, by allowing us to challenge preexisting orthodoxies, allowing us to incubate elite opinion in a way that the bad guys don't like. And so, you know, Michael, talk a little bit more about Media Matters. I don't know if they've targeted you. You know, they come after us quite a lot. Who funds these guys? It's it's it's a great question. You know, we see Rumble, we see X, you know, they're they're suing intensely. What else do we know about it? Well, we know that their executives make a whole lot of money in order to stifle your freedom of speech. In fact, the CEO, a woman named Angelo Caruso, Caruso makes four hundred fifty three thousand dollars a year. The person who's been in the news all week is actually David Brock. And he's arguably the most ideologically weaponized. He's the chairman of Media Matters, making two hundred ninety two thousand dollars a year in order to stifle your speech. But what's interesting is that you highlighted earlier Media Matters doesn't just not like Elon. They don't like you having the right to speak freely. Their donors and funders rely on them keeping the truth hidden and behind the curtain. The reality is X has been a platform that has provided for millions of Americans to learn the truth of what's happening in society in a way that never would have happened had X been under its formal leadership under Twitter. So we never would have learned about all that happened with the laptop and Hunter Biden. We never would have learned about the malfeasance in Ukraine. We never would have learned even recently about the January six tapes because so much of the effort for releasing the tapes, which I'm glad Speaker Johnson did, happened on X. So Media Matters can't lose their grip on power. Their grip on power relies on you not knowing the truth. And so we're seeing, as you described, this very coordinated hit job from people who are paid very, very highly in order to stifle your freedom of speech. One other thing that I will note is that some of the executives that Media Matters has tried to pull to drop their ads are people like NBC. NBC is a really interesting case because just last week NBC had a journalist of theirs that was defending somebody, an editor in chief of a progressive news site that ended up being outed as a pedophile, is now being charged with child pornography counts in one of the most egregious cases that law enforcement has ever seen in that area. So we're seeing that this virtue signaling is really just meant to target you. They don't want you to speak freely. And even these advertisers are backing people that are corrupt and dysfunctional. And yet Media Matters is silent on it. So Media Matters hasn't called out NBC about that, but they'll gladly call out NBC on a fake story that is not rooted in real data. And I'm glad that X ultimately is calling it
The Federalist's Sean Davis Talks Liberal Ignorance
"Moral compromises i like that i don't like that sean davis from the federalist a great guy super smart guy you should be following him on social media his takes are always always uh... top of my list sean thanks for spending some time with us today appreciate thank you for having me on it's always a pleasure to be on with you of course i was at what you know when i come out about these big kind of global narrative conflicts kind of a thomas so conflict divisions thing you're the best guy to have on cuz you get this and you know i was just a little humor sean the beginning of the show but it's true i was talking about how you liberals know are generally dumb i mean i hate to say it i'm not talking about all democrats but they're just stupid like they just don't understand anything tax policy but it's deliberate and i brought it up because yesterday i was reading this tweet about covid death rates he did a meta analysis and apparently if you're under seventy the fatality rate is only zero point zero seven percent yet if you were to poll liberals liberals will tell you oh my gosh covid it's like a two thousand percent death rate if you ask them about unarmed black men being killed in the street they're like it's tens of thousands every single year the number is probably closer to ten it's just it's upsetting to me that we do our homework but we're fighting against people on the other side who are kept deliberately in the dark by our media and rely totally on ignorance it's true I mean do you recall the Reagan quote I'm gonna butcher it it was something like it's not that liberals are always wrong it's that they just know so much that isn't true and that's right and it's really true I mean I'm sure a lot of them are dumb incapable of understanding basic things but I think most are just ignorant and it's a function of having been sold lies and nonsense from the media that they get most of their information from I mean when you look at the news and all they talk about is George Floyd or Trayvon Martin or BLM of course you would assume that white cops are out there just shooting black people like every other day because that's all that's on the news that's the narrative they want you to believe and I think in large part because they consume completely bogus propaganda
The Left's Sinister Plan: They Need You Stupid and Ignorant!
"In an era of shortened attention spans the left is super tactical politically they need people stupid i mean this they need you dumb and ignorant if you're not dumb and ignorant they can never do what they can do you know what i don't wanna go out of order let's but let's go anywhere jim cut six if you would bill maher uncovered here's what i mean wanted for years to use emergency powers to be able to shut down the economy to show you what they can do when they're in charge fully weaponizing the economy shutting down sectors they don't like they have craved this power forever covid was the perfect vehicle to do it but what's the catch the catch with covid was simple it was never gonna work if you didn't believe covid was the biggest threat to your life ever so they can't have smart people because smart people would like well what's the fatality rate what's the or not how infectious is this that's what conservative ass gas they and were like wait we shouldn't shut the economy down for this thing is bad it's definitely gonna kill some people and that's horrible but this isn't worth shutting down the whole economy cost -benefit dumb liberals were like no way this is the deadliest thing ever it kills a thousand percent of people it's not even possible it doesn't ten thousand percent it's the deadliest virus ever folks it's like hantavirus and Ebola it's like that Dustin Hoffman virus from but outbreak what does that move tapa or whatever the hell it was this is the worst thing ever if you fell for that because you're dumb and because some charismatic lefty told you that you were doing a public good by sitting in your house and while rotting away this virus that had a fatality rate it turns out now which I'll get to later the in show when people under 70 of only 0 .07 they need you to be stupid people like Malay and Trump who cracked through the stupid divide and people start to listen to them they're afraid of that that's why it's not the policies that bother them it's the threat to their power from them play Bill Maher talking about exactly this Bill Maher is a lefty by the way we all know that he's not our friend but once in a while he'll stumble on the truth here's Maher talking about how liberals are just morons that don't know a damn thing about covid check this out but what about liberals you know the high information by the science people? In a recent Gallup survey Democrats did much worse than Republicans in getting the right answer to the fundamental question what are the chances that someone who gets covid will need to be hospitalized the answer is between one and five percent forty one percent of democrats thought it was over fifty percent another twenty eight percent put the chances of twenty to forty nine so almost seventy percent of Democrats are wildly off on this key question and also have a greatly exaggerated view the of danger of covid 2 and the mortality rate among children I'm gonna get back to that point later but I'm serious when I tell you this you you know I know don't like liberals I'm not hiding it liberals listening you don't like me either that's fine we don't have to like each
Nasir Acikgoz's Advice to the Next Generation: "Everything Is Achievable"
"For you being someone that touches so much that is powerful at the end of the day that can make things happen You've overcome so much being a immigrant with a dream and a vision not knowing whether you would be where you are here today You know doing what you're doing today and just going after it becoming fearless conquering so much You know having God guide you and on this path knowing that things happen for a reason Even if it might not be the way you wanted it to be it happened for a reason just like in finance I don't want to take this course But now you do you know what a P &L is and you can look at it and see if you guys are losing or winning What do you see for the future of the green industry and you know the youth when it comes to just you know? Your path and your career and what you've been able to do and how you're still gonna be able to do more What do you see for the green industry and the youth? What would you have to say to them youth like their new? Younger generations or even people that are that are sitting on the sidelines of going after something that they think is unachievable Everything is that you will you put in your mind Watch once you set your mind to it you work again You know, first of all, you got to believe in God God gives you a talent. I give God sees everybody talents You got to find it And you put something in your mind you work you wake up in the morning you dedicate yourself Into it work hard, but well, you gotta work hard because some people say I'm doing this and I'm working but it's not happening Then that means you didn't work, you know, you didn't work or it's not what you're supposed to be. They're supposed to me And it'll happen in in the green industry and the youth what I would say is You have an idea Try it say look. You know what? I want to Do it in your mind, obviously you have to do it and you have to draw, you know draw what how you want to do it get the first prototype or or first production depending on the products and in like I said in you know, you know beginning of the pop kit a podcast that it's The opportunities are limitless. There's no limit. So it's gonna happen. Believe me it If it's a product you put it out there With the right time right person right platform people will see it and they're gonna start buying it Or a service again. It doesn't have to be a product. It could be a service and And they're gonna start using it. So Again, the green industry. I love it You know, like I said, I start as a hobby, you know a side business, you know for one of my tile businesses but it became a an addiction to me and and And it's it's a you know, I'm like, I'm like, you know what? It's a good business. It's a huge business And there's no limit. There's no I would say oh you can't there's no you can't do this in this business. You can do anything you know with plants with rocks with Synthetic turf now, you know everything with everything who would have thought we're gonna have synthetic turf back there Maybe would have left a huge movement I don't I don't know what that that industry is now, but it's gotta be over a billion dollar industry at this point It's billions of dollars right now Yes And in other states actually they're building like coffee shops kind of thing like you go there some brand names that came out you go You know, the products are out there. It's like a boutique you pick the product you have your drink Yeah, the coffee or whatnot. You're like talking to the people and at the same time you're purchasing it. It's So people came out with the idea and they they didn't think it's not gonna work out and it worked out for them Maybe it took a while to adapt to that, you know product into the industry or the service But if you think it's gonna work and you did your research, right? It's gonna work and it's gonna happen So never say never never say I can't do it Never say this is not gonna sell never say people will not call me for this service People will not call me for this product if you believe in yourself believe in the product Obviously first you got to believe in God, you know, it's gonna all all happen even even if you guys are going to school right now and you're like man the Industry that I picked, you know people in my in my niche of what I'm gonna go study They only make sixty thousand dollars a year. That doesn't matter. That means that they make sixty thousand dollars exactly There's you know you can you can Get in that same Ballpark and blow it up and become something so much more do something impactful that can touch the whole industry and this industry Did thirty six point four billion dollars the plant industry for the state of Florida last year alone for 2023 It was the strongest year. Well, no 2022 was the strongest year Out of all the years, but the fact that it was done and that's just in plant sales 6 .4. Yeah billion dollars for Florida imagine only
Nova Hardscapes' Nasir Acikgoz on Thriving in Uncertain Times
"Think right now the way the economy is the way things have let's say slowed down the way interest rates have risen Politics, okay world governments and all this stuff that's going on They they you know, I feel it in the air that people just want to like curl up, you know And and they don't want to continue to push in a certain way It's kind of like let me hold all my money whatever I have left and I'm not gonna let it go, you know But you have to invest to create if you don't invest you can't create don't be scared to do that when it comes to what he's selling but My question for you is all of this stuff that's going on and you are full throttle you have I see you in the venture 36 -foot venture with quad 500 Merc's And you're flooring the throttles Why do you feel that way? When it comes to that, are you scared about anything that's coming up or you just go based off of off of what? Opportunity vision what I I don't stop I go full throttle all the time and What drives me that when I wake up I think I said I mean God has a plan and I believe in God and I I in he says it work be honest work and it's gonna happen and In this country opportunities are limitless. I mean, there's no limit. There's no There's no product you're gonna say all about people are yes, they're they're holding off They're not gonna they're you know, they're not gonna spend I will never think that way I still keep bringing and I'm gonna bring it We're gonna invest as a matter of fact The green industry has an advantage one of the biggest advantages that I've noticed is if the people are stressed They're stressed with things politics and all that how do they relax of course they go they do sports and stuff One of the things they'd relax is they work in the garden. They work in the backyard They work, you know, they do things or just looking at plants to look at plants. What did what does it do to you relaxes you? One of the things that I'm realizing because we do a lot of pool pools and you know Like we sell a lot of natural stone for pool pool decks and pool coping like for pool products That business is still booming because During the pandemic, obviously people were spending time outside and whatnot But also after the pandemic still that kept going it never stopped And the green industry picked up right right during the the pandemic. Yeah, it keeps going crazy boom Yes, it's still going. Yes. It's a little bit see slow down a little bit, but it's not gonna stop Nobody's gonna stop buying things. Well, we saw wasn't normal first of all. Yeah, it was out You know, it wasn't normal normal growth, you know normal growth year over year at least for me was 20 20 percent growth Correct, maybe 25. So I was able to do 20 to 25 percent more than I did the previous year Let's say that's normal. That's normal average, you know, but you have guys that went up a hundred two hundred three hundred percent in two years You know, so it's just a lot like even the the smaller landscapers they were used to doing, you know Three four hundred thousand dollars to say a small landscaper and a lot of them crossed a million in in two years I know, you know the Amelia 1 .5 to 2 .5 and how did that happen because of this crazy boom? So now what they're seeing is the slowdown effect a lot of people weren't prepared for this to slow down They weren't they didn't let's say understand what was going on or see what was going on And they didn't think it was gonna, you know finish so I hope everyone put you know something away for For this if not, you're gonna learn the next one. You need to yeah, you need to save obviously I'm not saying you need to spend everything but you know It's a cycle then the economy is a cycle four years five years up and then four year five years down four years So if you don't invest when it's down Obviously within your you know budget and and and means and means You're not gonna gain when it picks up again So what I'm doing is when it's up you keep investing anyway when it's down you keep going Obviously, I'm not in I'm investing. I'm actually reinvesting per se Not so aggressively as I did it during the pandemic because the demand was huge. Yeah, you saw it's still going I'm still going like I'm like, okay, so I was adding maybe five products back then but now I'm adding one two But I keep adding because I'm trying to prepare myself for the next rush. Yep, you know Hopefully we'll see those numbers again, but you know, it's gonna be tough. You'll see those numbers as more people use
"about thousand" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"And actually, it's Joey Hudson in for Mike today. Welcome to the Mike Gallagher Show. Glad to have you. Hope you'll join the conversation. 800-655-MIKE. 1-800-655-6453 is how you join the conversation. Either via the MyPillow text line. Love to get your text messages. You can also give us a quick call. Option 1. Tracy will put you in queue. We'll talk as time permits. Option 2. You can leave a quick message. Either way, hope you'll join the conversation with us on this Monday edition of the Mike Gallagher Show. As we head into the Thanksgiving season and then on to Christmas, and it's here before we know it. We're going to kick off today, and I'm honored to be able to do this for Mike. For years now, you've heard Mike talk about thousands of children whose parents are in prison. You have very generously donated over the years to help these kids. They have a mom or dad in prison, and you have helped buy their Christmas for them because there's so many kids with a parent in prison this year. We're kicking off this 2023 Angel Tree Christmas campaign a bit early. Here's what I need for you to do. We're going to have some fun with this over the next few days, but I want to show Mike just how generous you can be, even when he's not sitting in the chair. I need for you to do this for me. Go to mikeonline.com. You'll see the Angel Tree banner. Just click on the banner and give as generously as you can.
Leftist Health Policies Lead to Tragic Death of Young Girl
"Some military channel whatever it so during the break I tend to read stuff especially in show prepping for the next day I've read an article in the wall street journal I'm gonna cover tomorrow at length I just want to kind of touch on it just briefly here before I get to this little thing again however bad you think the modern left is folks progressives liberals leftist whatever you want to call them I don't care whatever euphemism they use for commies because that's what they are it's worse than you think no Dan I think the worst from no I see it behind the scenes all the time they are a thousand times worse than you think I say it all the time as a tech investor dealing with these people in the tech space as a former candidate for office and an activist however bad you think the left is they're worse there's an article just popped in the journal in the opinion section a few minutes ago it's about a young lady in India very young girl she's and five or so has a rare mitochondrial disease they in the UK they have the National Health Service government -run tyrannical like fascists like health care that's what they have in the United Kingdom there's a girl with this mitochondrial disease and the parents are like hey we would like to travel you know to India to take a shot at maybe extending our young daughter's life because the National Health Service won't won't cover it he told her no you can't do it the girl died Jim's like no yes read the piece they're like no you no can't they're like wait we're just gonna travel it we're not asking the government to pay this hospital in India specializes in this mitochondrial disease excuse me they're willing to treat her for free they're like nah nah she's gonna die I hear gonna die right she died no yes no yes here you want the title of piece I'm gonna cover it tomorrow don't sweat it but title of the piece is home in the letter section now just popped a few minutes ago okay you here Mark Rienzi Britain's NHS NHS excuse me left Indy Gregory to die she's oh she's eight months over receiving medical care in Italy to
How Endrow Metelus Is Bridging the Gap Between STEM, Gaming, and Fashion
"So I know that one of your vision and aspiration is to sponsor STEM programs. So why the interest in STEM? The reason the interest in STEM, I work. So let me tell you what I do. Outside of this, I have a normal nine to five. Right. OK, so I work in the STEM field. So my job currently as a business development manager for Intel with an S .H .I. My job function is mainly talking to customers, mostly schools, universities, mostly I cover public sector. So I have conversation about their curriculum, the hardware piece. That's where Intel comes in. The funding, the grant and space design. So what we've seen is that STEM is also attached to e -sports. Right. So e -sports is the largest right after the NFL. Yeah. Can you tell us what is e -sports? e -sports is entertainment sports. It's gaming, competitive gaming. OK. So you have thousands of schools in the United States giving out scholarship for e -sports. Wow. We at S .H .I., we had what we call Battle Academy, which was a scholastic e -sports tournament platform. We were giving out hundreds of thousand dollars for curriculum, hardware and space design to schools and everything. So I go to a lot of conferences. We have a lot of OEM partners like LG, Intel, Microsoft, all the big manufacturers. They all have interest in e -sports because e -sports is attached to STEM. And the reason STEM is very important is there's a lot of open positions right now. Millions, hundreds of thousands of open positions right now that we cannot fill in America. Seriously. So we have to get outside workers to come in to fill these roles. Yeah. Yeah. So the thing is, we have a lot of young black male and women, Hispanic, Asian, white, whatever, who can fill in these roles. So why don't we, why don't we like. Wait a minute. You said who can fill in this role? But we all know about the low representation of our population in the STEM field. Many of them are not really interested in STEM education. So how can they fill those without experience and knowledge? How can they fill those? That's why we come in. That's why we want to. That's what Fervolo Boy is about, right? Because we know these young people, they love clothing. They got style, they love wearing. So they're already spending their money in clothing. They all like wearing, they're already there. This is innovative. So while we attach it, bring the awareness because the clothing is the awareness as well. And also showing the beauty is all connected. So they're spending the clothing. The clothing business is a trillion dollar business is only increasing even more. Absolutely. Right. So my thing is, we know where they are. Yeah. We know what interests these kids. And people always want to wear nicest clothes, right? You go on TikTok, you go on Instagram. People always want to dress in a different way, different clothes and everything, right? So why don't we create a clothing that is cool to wear, that is nice. The aesthetics is beautiful. Also gives back, right? Also showing their beauty, but at the same time, give them interest into STEM. Because some people don't know what STEM is. That's true. Then now they're going to have the understanding of STEM. But at the same time, we have a bunch of young kids in the inner cities, they're all gamers. Gaming and STEM go hand in hand. Absolutely. So we increase the interest, have the understanding, hey, I can go ahead and be cybersecurity. I can go ahead and not only do all these other things.
AI's Impact on Teaching With Mr. Adebayo Alomaja
"Teachers are concerned, at least in the iceberg, about the jobs away, but at the same time, according to them, some teachers, that it will make students lazy and all that. But you said because of AI, it will lessen the job or what the teachers do, but it will literally help teachers. The role of teachers, the best practices is to be facilitators, right? So what you're saying is it will enable the teachers to be more of a great designer of lessons and being able to facilitate instructions and learning. Yeah. So can you elaborate more on that because this is of interest. I'm a teacher. Yeah, exactly. What we see happening today is that, as I said, teachers are going to step into their creative age. They are going to become more creative than ever because they are going to be the delivered from old of the demands from the traditional system, right? Teachers are busy with lesson plans. They have to do so many things and so many things and a whole lot of that. But we're going to see that, for example, right now, we have the iTunes that you just keep Curipod. You just give Curipod a prompt and say you want this topic in this class and all you see immediately, within a minute, is just a full blown lesson, right? And not just in terms of value, right? So you see what's in it, how rich and how valuable that can be, right? So teachers are going to become, the teaching profession is going to become more interesting. It's going to become most interesting, right? And teaching is, here I would get teaching to that level and all in all so that teachers can have more time to think beyond the classroom, the school environment, right? Teachers can have more time to collaborate. But one thing I'm saying lately, one thing I've just, part of my latest discoveries is the fact that school needs to move to what I call the partnership age. So right now, teachers need to start collaborating with professionals from other industries. The school of the future is going to become an environment that brings professionals back into the classroom. We say school produces professionals, but right now, school is going to bring them back into the classroom. And to be honest with you, AI, because AI has access to a lot of data, right? So actually it is, if the interest is to make teams, is to encourage collaboration and to also, not only within between teachers, but between teachers and the industry, right? I think AI can facilitate that. The use of AI can facilitate that. If the whole idea is using data, right? The use of AI to inform a decision -making or instruction, I can do a marvelous job in regards to the use of technology, which goes to moving schools to using technology to become technology savvy, right? So it creates, you said that it creates an emergence of global schools, can you elaborate? So talking about global schools, so what we're seeing is that right now it's going to become easy. For example, I work with a school in Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, as an instructor. And yeah, so I teach math there, right? Of course, that's the school with learners distributed as a global school. So when we talk about global schools, what we're seeing, what we're seeing right now, which is a possibility, is very possible. Like I was speaking to a school owner, I said, all your teachers, you are in Nigeria. I said, all your teachers don't have to be Nigerians. I said that, I said, when we talk about global citizenship, when we see every child in Nigeria, I said global citizenship in every one of us, we are global citizenship in the whole world right now is a global village, right? Global citizenship is not a title. It has to be an experience. It has to be, so I like calling myself a global village evangelist, just talking about a global village, there was this plug into what is a global village, and that's a reality. That's a reality because even right now it's very possible. So schools in Nigeria can get volunteer teachers free of charge that are going to work with your kids, either for personalized learning interventions, or just even as a member of their team, which is to support teachers, there are many teachers, a thousand or one teachers who are happy and who are willing to work in that kind of setting, right? Because they also want to reach their portfolio and say, oh, I've been able to work with kids from, right? So global globalization is something that people are loving these days. That's what's happening on LinkedIn. What drove all of us to, what makes us excited about LinkedIn is globalization. We're loving it. We're enjoying it. We're able to reach people, the diversification, equity, the DER, one of the few, what is a global village? We are connected. We don't want to be separated. We want to sell ourselves as one, right? So we see these factors as promoters, as drivers of concepts like the global school, right? So we are going to see more and more things like that.
Judge Temporarily Lifts Gag Order in Trump’s Civil Fraud Trial
"On CNN and MSNBC and everywhere else how about all these phony legal analysts that said Donald Trump clearly violated this judges gag order or that judges gag order and they should send them to jail remember who said that Joe Scarborough Mr. among reprobates other judge David Friedman of the intermediate appeals it's a weird system in New York their Supreme Court is the trial level then they had the first level the intermediate appeals court and then they have ultimately their appellate court which is effectively their Supreme Court why mark well somebody got drunk that's why judge David Freeman of the state's intermediate appeals court issued what's known as a stay suspending the gag order and by the way there was a judicial nominee that Joe flopped Biden up there in the Senate and Senator John Kennedy I love this guy can't get him on any of my shows so I gave up he answered a simple quote what's the difference between a stay and an injunction I really don't know what you what he asked these people the most basic questions even and they know don't the answer because Joe Biden is loading the courts with ideologues and I might add with the help of Mitt Romney and Lindsey Graham sorry Lindsey that's what you're doing the trial judge Arthur Ngaran not to be confused with the dictator Islamist of Turkey imposed a gag order on October 3 after Trump made a false comment about the judge's law crack on social media how do you know it was false then then he finds trump fifteen thousand for violating and expanded it to his lawyers after they question the clerk's prominent role in the trial what was happening is this clerk over and over again kept whispering to the judge and the judge kept whispering to the clerk like they were on a date or something but as I explained the other day a lot of these judges are absolutely stupid and have almost no real litigation experience even more than that they can't write or whatever and they rely on their clerks to
There Was a Full-Blown Riot in Front of the DNC
"Of donuts i'm not like stephen hawking or anything like that but i covered it segment this this dnc pro this protest at the dnc democrat national headquarters last night by the pro -terrorist group and folks i gotta tell you i was shocked i was i was on a plane before i wasn't watching a lot of you know cable news stuff or whatever and like i said i get in the hotel and you know whatever brush the dientes i sit down in the bed getting ready to go sleep lily white's party right i hit the power button on the cable what the hell is this here's like a full in front of the dnc wait jim what was that statement you just read to me about that thing because folks i want you to listen to this do you have it i want you to listen jim you read it if you get it up if you get it up get your mind out of the gutter you read this statement and tell me how this this sounds like any different from the january sixth thing tell me about by they portrayed it and yet today there's no outrage in the media because they were pro -hamas people that were at the democrat headquarters there's no basis minimal coverage at best people got hurt last night the fbi from what know i is not engaged in a full -blown x uh uh investigation excuse me none of that but listen for a second jim's gonna read this and you're gonna say to yourself gosh that sounds like a lot of what they said after january sixth yet no spawning response to him dozens of people were kicked need and punched in the face by police officers u .s. capitol police say roughly a hundred and fifty demonstrators were illegally and violently protesting with at least six officers injured well some congressmen were evacuated from dnc headquarters during the protest while others were entered into the basement by law enforcement while sounds like an insurrection doesn't it folks sounds i'm right this is the same thing you were told about january sixth worse than pearl harbor it was worse than nine eleven thousand times worse and yet if you're not if you listen to the show today you pop on cable news last night like before i dropped into lily white's party and you didn't see what's going on you're like wait that happened last night because you got lives you got real job i don't have a real job it's a fake job you got real jobs you got you're getting your kids back from like baseball games and soccer games and preparing dinner and getting ready for work if you didn't see that story you have no idea mike queue up for me cut four this is just audio of the end and folks believe me if if the if the definition of insurrection is what the democrats want you to it believe is then what happened last night at the DNC headquarters is without a doubt an insurrection I just want you to listen seconds in this check this out back yeah the lookups got thrown thrown down the stairs so yeah two thumbs up he's such a radio guy he keeps in case you don't realize what's going on here Jim because he has to control the on and off button on the mic for me he keeps turning his mic off if they're just just leave the mic on okay don't worry about it don't worry about the mic
Outrageous Stalker Attacks Religious Jews for Their Traditions
"So I, minding my own business, I posted it on my social sites. Then along comes this stalker, who obviously has nothing to do with her life, hanging on the looking at. And what does she say? Well, what do you call her, Mr. British? She retweets or responds to my quote, quote, treated Now her. in 2010, as the New York Post points out, she considers herself to be a deeply religious Jew. Well, she's a liar, I doubt that. She quoted Jewish conservative commentator Mark Levin's video footage of rabbis, a quorum of Jewish adults traditionally male required for certain religious observances outside the White House. And you know what this dimwit said? Where are the women? I thought women or woman was a banned word now. I mean, when you have a Supreme Court justice, a can't define woman. But Weingarten can because she famously announced that publicly nobody cared. Nobody asked I that. think she was married to another woman, something like that. Now, I didn't ask her for opinion. I don't care for her opinion. I don't I don't care about her. In fact, I dislike her intensely given what she's doing to the young people in this country. Where are the women? So this was really an attack on Orthodox Judaism. She would never do that for the Muslims that have separate parents. No, no, no. Where are the women? I guess there I guess they're praying over in another direction, which is the way it works. sorry, I'm everybody can't be members of the American Federation of Teachers, aka the American Federation of Propagandists. About 35 % of teachers are Republicans, but I'm talking about the other 65 % that run the show. Orthodox Jews have gender separated prayers and they've had it for thousands of years. Thousands of years. So I decided to respond to her, and not in any substantive way, because I think she's got a negative IQ and it wouldn't matter anyway. She's a zealot. So I wrote, you're a contemptible moron, get off my timeline, you idiot. Isn't that pretty much what I would say on the phone, Mr. Producer? You're a contemptible moron. You're a contemptible moron, Ron Garton. Get off my timeline, you idiot. So, others joined in. The story exploded. So she blocked the comments, didn't she, Mr. Producer? She didn't want to hear anything. Brother Ben Shapiro jumped in. But I will tell
Biden's Inflation Numbers Exposed
"Jim, we got time for Rick Santelli, right? Here's Rick Santelli on CNBC. He was the guy who basically started the Tea Party talking about the inflation numbers. I want you to pay special attention to the last five seconds of this because that's where all the good, the nation is. Here, check this out. What I would consider potentially the most important, even though it's ex food and energy is over year year CPI, 4%, one tenth lighter than we are expecting, one tenth lighter than our last look, which was 4 .1 and the metric there, and this is a biggie, we have been under 4 % since May of 2021. Yes, under 4 % since May of 2021. Folks, that's the kicker. The Biden tea, why isn't it bad enough yet, like we started at the beginning of the show, because the media will not tell the truth. You can frame anything in a positive light if you'd like to. I mean, think about it, you get a pool of a thousand people and 600 are murdered. Oh my gosh, there's no way to frame that positively. You could say, yes, 400 people are still after alive the week in May. You're like, wow, that's really great. Never mentioning 600 died. The media is obsessed with the inflation's down 65%. Yeah, it is. Except the prices are still going up annually at a rate of about 3 and 4 % just because it was 9 % before and higher in some categories. The prices don't go down. If this show was by subscription only, not free radio, and it was $100 a year, and I raised the price to $110, and I say, news, good folks, next year we're only raising our prices
Jared Asch Welcomes Walnut Creek's Teri Killgore to Capstone Conversation
"To this episode of The Capstone Conversation. I am your host, Jared Ash. Today, we are joined by Terri Kilgore from the city of Walnut Creek, where she serves as the assistant city manager in overseas economic development. One of the themes of this podcast is to talk about where are our communities going, but it's also important to look at economic development and how cities are continuing to improve post COVID in the new era with increased online shopping. And Walnut Creek has dove into a number of economic development studies and has a plan for the future of its city to grow. So we're going to introduce Terri here to tell us a little bit more about herself. Welcome. Thanks, Jared. It's nice to be here. So I've been with the city of Walnut Creek five years now, and it's been a wild five years with COVID thrown in the middle, as everyone has experienced. It's been a pleasure to serve both as the assistant city manager and economic development director. And while we had to pivot really quickly to help keep our businesses open during the pandemic and that involved outdoor dining and streamlining permitting for HVAC systems and other things people needed to do to survive, it's exciting that we're now back to working on real economic development work is what I would call it, where we're building a strategy and an approach. And we took the intentional path of picking an action plan with a two year horizon. As you mentioned, we did several studies to help inform us on this journey. As you can imagine, most of the data sets that we traditionally rely on, like the census and the American Community Survey, are just really dated and don't reflect the world post -COVID. So we went out to our brokerage community, got some quick updates on the state of the market and different subsectors. And so we think we've built a plan that is going to set our community up for long term success. And the future is bright for Walnut Creek. We obviously have challenges, as does every community. But we're starting from a really strong base. And so we're excited to really dig in and get working on these elements that will really move the ball forward. Awesome. So let's dive in to it. I like the fact that you're talking strategy, short term, long term. A lot of cities are going after just a big fish, right? They looking are to get a company that's going to have five or ten thousand high paying jobs in there. Walnut Creek is having multiple elements into their plans. So let's talk through what did you learn in the study first and then we'll go through elements of the plan. Yeah, the studies kind of reconfirmed a lot of what we already knew about our economy, which is that we are very driven by small to medium companies. We've got some notable headquarters located here as well. But that our bread and butter is really folks who live in the community and work in the community and grow their businesses here. And so there there is one strategy and economic development, like you said, where you go elephant searching and hope to get the one big thing. But that's a really risky strategy. It often takes a very long time to pay off. And so you've got to find a very specific niche where you can market what you have available that meets exactly with these unique needs of these mega companies. And so we looked at it and said that that's one approach. But we already have a nice mix of companies in our economic ecosystem. And I think the growing wisdom over the years in economic development is it's better to do economic gardening, is what they call it, where you help your local companies grow, you try to attract similar industries based on industries that are already present. And so for us, our big market drivers are medical, finance, insurance, real estate, a little bit of tech software, more so. And then a lot of small businesses that thrive in the retail and in the restaurant sectors. And so how do we really help those businesses that are here grow? And that includes reaching out to them and figuring out who do they know, who else might be looking for space, who are their vendors that they wish were close by so that we can continue to build on the existing strength of our market instead of kind of placing a bet on red and hoping everything just lands perfectly.
Mark Speaks With Woman Whose Family Was Taken Hostage by Hamas
"Side dead on of the the road. I mean, how much horror and velocity can one family contend with? Yarden was at March, you can call it, but at the event on the nation's capital, nation's the mall, latest number 290 ,000 people were there, she and and family members of other hostage -affected families flew all the way from Israel for the event and are flying back tonight, and it is our honor to have Yarden with us. Yarden, what do you want to say to the American people, millions of whom are listening to you right now? First thank of all, you for hosting me. I kind of want to ask, is it me just described? I still can't believe the reality that is going on. I still can't believe I'm having to tell such a hard story, but I still can't believe it's not only my story, but a story of hundreds and thousands. So thank you for listening to it. No, it's the least we can do here. I just want you to know, everybody and I who want may come in contact to know there are literally tens of millions of Americans. We still live who stand with Israel, who stand with you, who stand with your family and the other families. And some of this stuff you see from college campuses and in the streets, this is a very small minority of Americans, that we are thoroughly disgusted by what has taken place. It is very, very important that that be conveyed to you and to others who who might, are in your situation and so forth. Are you getting any family members? Actually, no. Let me say we're here on this journey with some other families and of course we feel the support that you've mentioned and it's always nice and good to be here because we do watch TV and we watch other side protesting and it's just like hurting us the even more reality than of what is going on. We are actually here on a journey to pray to go to Lubavit Rabai and be together and hold hands and wait for a miracle because that's what it takes. So, a bad, organized, really magnificent journey for us. They are wrapping us with a lot of love and we also see that this is how the journey becomes real about our situation. You can't even begin to explain how worried I am for them and for their mother. My sister -in -law is so polite gentle person. and They watch their grandmother, their beloved grandmother killed in front of their eyes and it's 40 days now that we don't even know in what condition they are. This understanding. is beyond How can it be? if they're We don't together. even know We don't even know if they are alive, injured,
"about thousand" Discussed on The Hair Radio Show with Kerry Hines
"You know, not just the chat GPD and all of that, but also just some of the other things that are going to be affected by artificial intelligence. It's unreal. It's unreal for me to be able to ask it a question or type in a question and within seconds. Here's an outline for my book. Well, yeah. Chat, it's not just that, it's a whole bunch of processing that what is sad is that. Not so much on the automation process part, but on the part that's going to put folks out of work. And I mean, I'm not talking about thousands and hundreds of thousands of jobs. I'm talking about millions of jobs. Exactly. Because things have to be done the old fashioned way. So the other part of it is that you're not going to be able to make such a determination. But here, let me say this. Where you have this automation where you can look for book outlines and things like you just said, Mr. Jarly, it cannot place a human. And so what you're getting, you're getting something automated, but it is more bland. It is not as profound. Please understand that. So don't think this isn't a direct substitute for human interaction. It ain't. Right. And exactly not at this level of the juncture. It is not a direct substitute. And Carrie, I think what you're saying, what you're saying is extremely important. And that's why people really have to kind of do their own homework, their own research. Right. They have to self-discover for themselves. Otherwise, what they're doing is they're taking secondhand information.
"about thousand" Discussed on Fore Play
"Stressful couple people very mean in boston. But we got through it. And i got my little revenge. And now we go to borelli's the thing is like i wanted to to be able to not explode and and celebrate too much but like because i was like oh i lose the series but then i thought to myself like then. What's the point of having like the series. What's the point of having fun. If you're not gonna die and live with each game. You're gonna have your assholes that are going to be like didn't age well but you know what it is perfectly fine because that day that i crowd surfed. We won that day that i cried. We lost that day. That i told the entire city who go suck my fucking dick. We like. There was nothing that change. There was no aging. It's not wine. it's not cheese. It's not a dry rub. Stake at tellers chop assets. I went to the other night. Unbelievable stake. I got a nice bone in new york strip. Whoa the strip committed. Are you committed strip guy now. No it was a lot. It was very different and it was a lot more flavor. But i did miss the consistency of the fillet. But yeah i liked. I did like the. I like the strap. It was very good. Just a just a nice cut of meat But yeah man. i'm. I'm happy i'm excited. Barelli's has about thousand people piling into today. And it's never my love it was gonna be like You're standing on top of a chair yelling at thousands of hundreds of strangers in a different city. That fuck you suck my dick you into it. Nothing kind took it. The great thing is that like you. I mean you have that in you like you are. You're frankie borelli your family's italian restaurant but you also are an island or psycho like we've been telling people about psycho frankie for years now and now you just get to see it on full display where you have to go into the lion's den and if they're going to give it to you you're going to give it right back like that's to not fully committed because that is actually who you are in those moments would be ridiculous so i think like these guys are saying the pictures that are coming out the videos that are coming out like no matter what happens in this series like those moments are going to be etched in barstool history forever and they're fantastic. It's like muhammad ali type pictures. Honestly i it's like and then if you're the one editing those photos their incredible the way that you're popping in the image all these people are almost like black and white looking at you like they wanna kill you and also boston bands are..
"about thousand" Discussed on The Black Ones
"The that's all folks opie enjoyed. My little poem could win further. But i want to give too much weight the shipping. But you know just a little tease. But i hope you enjoyed it but on the real we gotta stop letting the media manipulate our minds filling it up with negative narratives to divide us in. We need to stop judging and coming up with conclusions after seeing a five second snippet of a clip. make sure you do your research on the entire clip. Don't see a five second clip in mind is made up already. There's always two sides. His story in the media loves to push that one side the bad side. Don't get me wrong. I'm not seeing it at therapy clippers. Just going to be good good. No i'm just saying before you make a decision on something. See the entire clip. It might be bad. You know the whole story but anyway my hill tip of the day is enjoy. Whatever the fuck it is you want to eat is fucking memorial day. Especially if you've been keeping to descrip- with you diet let this be a cheat day. Don't go over top. You know what. I'm saying about thousand hamburgers and shift but just enjoy time with the family. Don't be with the family everybody's eating barbecue ribs hamburgers hotdogs. If you in the corner eating salads all by yourself enjoy time with family eat with them. But when tuesday comes along get back on your shit you work out a little harder to make up for what you did in at the end it a balance itself all out but listen if you miss me while i'm away get up. Let me know us up. Let me know what you think about my poem. But all of you out there. Keep spreading positivity spreading that love smile and pain if forward donating contributing volunteering. If you've got some shit if you're a hoarder and you've got some shit you wanna get rid of us. Shit to willow some. Don't throw it away. You might be done with it but that should be useful to somebody out there. That don't have nothing and if you're out and about everything is opening back up again because be responsible does. She does not over yet. Keep wearing masks so to sink a washing your asses. You want to get their shock. Shot got the shot. Hey congrats if you're not getting a shot. I don't judge it's up to you but anyways keeps y'all be safe out there in god. Bless you all. I'll be back in a couple of weeks doses..
"about thousand" Discussed on In the Garden
"What does that mean. And so when i talked to the agronomist guy named bill mckibben and not related to arbil mckay. But he's william the crop doc keping and he's written a book about the you know the soil tests and stuff as well and i. I was reading that one. But the the upshot was For my i have about Thousand square feet of of that and I needed as much as ten pounds of sulfur. And that again. That surprised me and then Almost the same amount of a good nitrogen source and Potassium and then they actually broke down. Where you can what sources you could use the elemental sources. You can use. And they're all of course approved for organic farming gardening and You know it it. i'm. I'm very hopeful that it makes for a little bit better garden because You know i've had little problems with with some of my Catholics plants and So i kinda wondering what was going on there but That was the truth. Came out that. I was really low in sulphur very very very interesting. Yeah it and good advice. i'm. I'm definitely i'm actually gonna use that logan lab myself. We have a caller on the air. So let us go to jim in in wakefield who's patiently on the line with us right. Great hello hi peter. Doing so i had this is like this is a planning question I used to put my squash. I used to put my squash outside of my my my fencing my dear fencing but our our dog who used to do morning and evening patrols and kept the deer away but paying on everything Yeah has he. He's gone and so i moved. I moved my clash inside the fence last year. And you grow group pretty well. It didn't have as months but The defines tired to overtake everything. So my question is for planning my is. I'm as i'm starting to plant here. Haven't got much in at this point because it's been too cold but Can you can you trim back squash finds after a while when they start getting to be eight and twelve people on. Oh absolutely absolutely and matter of fact if with melons. That's a very common practice train back even to one blossom one for a really nice big fruit. So absolutely that's a it's a good plan determine back and it doesn't affect the plant at all the there might You know when you say squash you're talking about A winter's abe warn zucchini and yellow squash acorn What's the red curry. And what else do i plan butternut. Yeah and butternut. Yeah so Let's start with the zucchini. And they the yellow squash. You actually can grow those up on a trellis Oh there's One variety of tv. That really loves the trellis..
"about thousand" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Know just you know just kinda just friendly talk talk friendly talking smack and and you know it's all about all about a good time and smiling laughing one thing he always nater say laughter's good medicine. It's the best. Yeah so your background as you went to high school got high school finals. As a as a saddlebrook writer. Yeah and then you went to college on a scholarship or was it just brings just all the rodeo team. I went to college on a rodeo scholarship. montana. Western montana western in doing so. What did you did you graduate from college. Yeah i did. I actually graduated from college with two bachelor's degrees and then to associate. What did you graduate. bachelor's in business administration bachelor's and natural horsemanship is and associates in natural horsemanship in associated decline management thought to. Hopefully i think that the smart thing to do is take the business as well. Yeah no i. I did that. Because i don't i think the matter what you do in this world i think he he every business savvy. Yeah no i mean. That's a lot of people just the part or the equine part and then let me get onto the business world. They're like. I didn't know that that's a that's a good double. So how how much and are you doing right. No one maybe not now but obviously pre covid and when the rodeos were happening for for your broad training for like calendar rodeos and competing. Yeah i was mostly just taking around the fate of montana. Just the montana the montana circuit once in a while i venture out and go like. There's some columbia river or shoot. I think even went down. I did. I went down bears on a couple of times. Wasn't you meant but the course gold for some training course goal. Yeah i went to school for some some training. A good friend of mine george meters got a ranch there and he's got a lot of really nice puck and it's just a great atmosphere to be around buran. Would i like to call ninety. Point people for you on rodeo. People and ninety point person is a good person acceptable person. Yeah very very exceptional persons now. So you're you're living up in browning browning montana which i for my listeners. That's it's considered a town of about thousand people give or take about right i i have. I couldn't tell you should be honest. I have no idea what the population is. But no matter. How many there are there related dollar. It's so like my daughter's high school graduate twenty three hundred people that's a lot of people and then there's four high schools within driving distance of the same size so so when i tell people like it's a town of about thousand people but there's i mean there's nothing else around i mean what's what's what's next closest town or city.
"about thousand" Discussed on Road to Thriving
"Like here are some of the temps that you can do. You're starting to feel like this. Might be the best name reminder and this might be like where should i go. What should i do you know. And so but yeah. It's an everybody has a phone now. Has this opportunity connection We've also aligned with some really great companies like geo short break company that helps you would. Gm geography assurance and security metrics of like where. You're calling if it is safe. And so i think utilizing girls of travel grand unity that we are because we are so vast and starting to a more Use that as a collaborative opportunity to collaborate with some companies that are already out there in the world at able to move up in elevate together is is sort of the next steps making sure to find find the best way that we can continue to thrive and support and grow as the world is starting comeback into new normal. And what other apps in companies that. We're gonna use the future call some and be like what. The next steps are fisher. I'm going to definitely stay tuned for that. I'm just kind of reflecting as being a member for the past few years. I'm like really like how many times i've gone onto this page and looked and seen these i but i made. I'm only very new to the social media game. But i never engaged. I never reached out. I never commented. I never we like i would like it. Maybe so i guess the first thing i want to say is like would you agree us when people are coming into these groups is like. Don't just sit on the sidelines. Engaged get in their participate. Make those friends make those connections. It's so important something like checking myself my own you gotta to get yourself to go and do some of those action sometimes Especially because some posts in jail t go show fatima gosh like they moments and so many things that are happening and it's the question of will my comment really make a difference or anything like that but it's it's really lovely to have people that are commenting in brazilian and it's tough to you because there are many like before covid before covid our analytics richest stupid crazy insane. We would at least one new post submitted for review. Every minute of every day it was in say on a slow day on a slow day we would have about thousand posts submitted and on an average day was it was closer to like thirteen to fifteen hundred posts submitted every day now po due to covid and people just completely halting all travel our average went down drostan to like five hundred dollars a day that resubmitted still alive for mostly companies proprietorship and in communities and everything the like is like a third of what we were doing before he knows. That's pretty insane. But even though our post went down the comments and reactions continued to thrive and so we still having an average like five million posts and comments and reactions every month. So i can understand being what many people would call like a lurker. And just like you source like i totally get it however using it as a resource that's and being on the sidelines. You are only going to get it as a resource your deal the community side of thing. You know you're and you're gonna see other people getting it and getting that five but it can be tough. Because i know that you know with controversial controversial topics or people that are gonna go and not always be the nicest a things it happens with eighty especially.
"about thousand" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays
"Well that's a that's a real voice pizza. I'll go ahead. I got that from somebody from the. I think it was somebody from the scary a long time ago in sold me this piece. It's it's a nice piece. Nobody seems to want to buy it though. It's on a new one. But i think it's really really pretty. Yes this is. Something popped up in the best scott meal daddy. I don't know how you'll got it. Well another is sochi. Came in here is so this to me. What's your price the see. Why don't we call it on the house. Feel like we're there. If you like eve lean. I feel like okay feel Stores schultz regards arm. We did not destroy your show. Well if he wants to pay for pay for it that's his money you are non for this. I'm trying my best to to be cool. You know I just want to remind you that you came in here. Demanding question i on saddam. Yeah charged you some. But i mean can you blame fellow for trying to make some extra scratch but this guy over here he just gonna fill my head with a bunch of bullshit and then you cut off my friends arm so i think that as far as that goes were even now few want to take a look at this 'cau- think i'll could get rid of it for about four thousand thousand. We bill haggling situation now to see this is where i thrive and i really wish this could have been the reason that came into my shop in the first place. All right roller diplomacy. You got a chance here. Shitty i am going to. I don't have anymore. Damn gonna use what's called inspiration. Let's see diplomacy okay. That is going to be an nineteen. Wow you just got it He thinks you can't possibly give way for two thousand nuts ridiculous. How about full thousand. Two thousand five hundred thought. We were respecting each other. Now let's see your best counter. Yes look lowest. Talking go free thousand and he considers it for walls with over three well now. That was so hard i mean. This is what you come into a shot to do not blast brains. But okay he he. You can take it. I'll take that free thousand credits and it's customary In the shade whenever deals made to tip the seller. So another five hundred. You've got to be hitting me. We'll leave just to try and you know what if you know what's good for you you'll be sending us about thousand credits everyone. You don't want something like this to happen protection. Now the source a mike. Excuse me turns right. You find sorry joke for like a minute. I appreciate you not stopping the to tell it was it was really funny at still was how funny actually was when you deliver appropriate time so no i don't i oh okay all right all right after that purchase i feel like my. It doesn't say anything. But he looks at hyper just really quizzically. Like what could be so important about a helmet to pay that much just for the helmet you know like he's just curious and i mean it would probably be pretty easy to like. Read that expression against leaves over one hundred percent to or and it's just really pay that much. Money fucked pat mike. You want to hear the description of it now. This is not how this one looks right. We this is. How does it look john so in my mind like so. I got poly carbon and ceramic plated helm. And it's in the shape of the lion's head which is way cooler than how it's described book..
"about thousand" Discussed on Counting Countries
"And lots of people find themselves and it changes their lydon in Hating it was. It was a brutal rice. I didn't enjoy Next to the one of the organizers of the race in the hotel at the finish line Off the waiting through sand and heave of seven days Absolutely covered in blisters a burnt mined. Coal everything was rubbish. Unless that next to this guy at the dinner afterwards he said. Did you enjoy know however as many people will never. It's those kind of moments that do make such an impact in the story that you are leading to invoke a guy codes kevin weather now. I went into the desert wanting to finish top twenty thousand people running for fifty degrees through the desert in morocco. Huge mountains of psalm jeans and i trained hawed and had a great coach and i finished not talk. Trendy finished three hundred and sixty something else But the events that happened during that week it felt horrible at the end but actually had changed my perspective on the entire world in my life and how i perceived everything through a few conversations with his chocolate kevin. Kevin was forty nine at the time on. He was one of my seven of account mates in all in all camera habit. Barack which we stay under in the in the middle of the desert You know you scrape sand out of your mouth when you wake up in the morning and know that sort of stuff. Brutal conditions especially in sandstorms And so there's about thousand people in eight months tense Come account things and and kevin was one of these chops and he said to me one day while we were out running and hiking up these june's during the rice He he said that he had terminal prostate cancer and he had it leila's two years to live and he was doing. This is a bucket list item. He was runner. He loved running anyone to take off a few things Before his time was up and he'd oversee might pace with everything because he was incredibly happy but it was significant very significant disconnect between the fact that this guy wasn't moaning about having cancer ohio seemingly unhappy about it. Being given two years to live he was born at the that he appreciated Life all of its opportunities were and so he said to me. Don't wait for diagnosis. And these words went around around in my head he said. Don't wait for a diagnosis meaning. Don't wait for something to happen in your life you to follow your dreams..
"about thousand" Discussed on Liminal Podcast
"You know so. It's just every day presentation. People waves evening will stop. But you've got it off paypal value. You've got people in peak play final. People in stockton ended. Dole can then be able to have a spectrum you can have represented it a real to me to open a hotel to dock off with number eight after an hour or so we'd go round the Six eight year old data full at particular event twentieth whenever he wanted always a he egos in that. It was so comfortable to be in that many that many people would be officially the same as high walls. Also hit all of the venues extremely welcome no from the staff from the papal a patriots. That were in davos. Well if i think he looks for real fantastic a reinforcement of your identity massive boost right then and not not really helps it. Sounds like the majority of your life you as you said you were living in the closet and from what you were saying it sounded like you had a great deal of shame attached to katy and that part of your life and it it sounds like since you've come out that shame is is i. I don't wanna say guns. I don't wanna put words in your mouth but it sounds like it's no longer got a hold on you in the way that it did. How does it feel to be free from that into to not have that holding onto you anymore. A extremely liberated shame was always at oppose save. It was it was never. I never internalized it. It was always the case if you know what are the people with tight again. That's tough pot of of my kushner have not wanting people lower no them all inside the book with me then. I'm comfortable than it was made and probably about thousand a thousand nine to around that area. When i realized that britain of of of dressing and behaving the way the wall ship of female personality would actually i know heard of it before it came about because i a i was on a role play website. Y black town different scenarios but in the same office with a coming donation where emails full meant to s live women in transition by block mayo in every so the things i mean. It's not have details story story. So i was on that for bow in dade. Do you feel the role. Plays with british Chat room compensate new going them present as male and female characters trying the storyline. oh Eventually against situation where the full showing close and realize that i need addressing fame out clouds. I'm quite comfortable with and assaulted recession. Walk actually meant and you come across agenda. You come across. Stress in transsexual come across transgender male. To identify is females and may give made more and more of age. Just it just describes who i was and you know why it's not accepted. Widely in society is part of will happen in life if the on with a female identity a female brain annual bodies mile The the way it works is just one of these variations that we have a bone with red hair blue eyes. And when there's none of that within your family line it just works out not play this while. It's not very common positive. The way that the develop once. I knew what it was than five rationalize. Then you realize all of these events that have happened all stem from being a female to male day in gray allies in every now and again you realize something else female about you in the the sexual issues who you all terms with it then presents the problem of what about that. How you bay a female an you look through. They conviction story sundays. You know. some of them are nine. You devastated how the heck can do it. Can i you know people. Who who bone male. Who transitioned to female females. Were town loosley. I know the books out burglary Knowing the problems so again with my by challenge of how july transit shed without schori the Call in again motive. I tell my step back up. I don't want to do that to my family. In the end it happened at a worse cold. I i could go to in way with decorated by. I still hot to go a mayo mode for when they from houses because grandchildren didn't date end today but nobody else knew venue was that we didn't live together anymore. So again built around of reaction of primary school but would you schoolfriend dicey knew that. Granddad will redress but when i go to high school and by the moment mature it starts getting a little bit asia because the become mole established in their own his book. The big.
"about thousand" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Onsite medical personnel if they needed if all goes well. Web summit hopes to take place in lisbon in november with more than seventy thousand people. Nate what do you think Well we are not ready to so this. This is a story. I was writing today. fa fo bloomberg and when i actually go to coal from the organizes all of mlb said that the Last late sunday night at to. We need to have a chat about something and i expected them at the time to tell me that they were actually going to cancel This year again or at the very least pushing back to later in the year Maybe something like we're encouraged by the rollout of vaccines but actually chile On reflection we're not gonna do it so when i spoke to them this morning For the story. I was very surprised that actually the announcement was hey look in a few hours time. We're gonna announced that we're going to do this and here all the provision. We're putting in place That you that you just Summarized and I mean it's a very very brave move but the background to this is that The gsa may is is kind of the the world's in mobile industry lobbying body and about eighty percent of all the money that it generates every year to fund all of its activities around the world comes from mobile world congress barcelona last year when it took an wc off the calendar it essentially scrubbed eighty percent of its revenue that it could make for the whole year. has about a thousand employees had about thousand employees I reported that they cut about twenty percents Result result of this. They slush some pay for others ended a bunch of other things. It's really desperate. It really really needs this to To go ahead. So i kind of feel that. They've made a calculated risk dot. They've taken advice from health authorities. They've taken advice from The catalonian and health officials and the venue. That doing it in his is a relatively modern venue. they've been able to equip it with some new Eh conditioning is as you mentioned. So feel that. They've weighed the pros and cons. And they've said well if everybody gets negative tests and proves they've got the negatives tests and they can keep confirming it and they are limiting with social distancing that we are keeping everything clean than the data suggests. This could be fine. And could go ahead. And i i believe it probably can't they. Did it in shanghai A couple of weeks ago. They had seventeen thousand people there and i asked them this morning. Very very directly did you have any confirmed cases of covid nineteen that event and they said no i think that's bolstered their support for this argument But it is all off the back of the fact that a lot of money is on the line if they don't do this show On it may well be that. They couldn't risk not doing the show for another year..
"about thousand" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Onsite medical personnel if they needed if all goes well. Web summit hopes to take place in lisbon in november with more than seventy thousand people. Nate what do you think Well we are not ready to so this. This is a story. I was writing today. fa fo bloomberg and when i actually go to coal from the organizes all of mlb said that the Last late sunday night at to. We need to have a chat about something and i expected them at the time to tell me that they were actually going to cancel This year again or at the very least pushing back to later in the year Maybe something like we're encouraged by the rollout of vaccines but actually chile On reflection we're not gonna do it so when i spoke to them this morning For the story. I was very surprised that actually the announcement was hey look in a few hours time. We're gonna announced that we're going to do this and here all the provision. We're putting in place That you that you just Summarized and I mean it's a very very brave move but the background to this is that The gsa is is kind of the the world's in mobile industry lobbying body and about eighty percent of all the money that it generates every year to fund all of its activities around the world comes from mobile world congress barcelona year when it took an. Wc off the calendar. It essentially scrubbed eighty percent of its revenue that it could make for the whole year Has about a thousand. Employees had about thousand employees I reported that they cut about twenty percents Result result of this. They slush some pay for others ended a bunch of other things. It's really desperate. It really really needs this to To go ahead. So i kind of feel that. They've made a calculated risk dot. They've taken advice from health authorities. They've taken advice from The catalonian and health officials and the venue. That doing it in his is a relatively modern venue. they've been able to equip it with some new Eh conditioning is as you mentioned. So i sort of feel that. They've weighed the pros and cons. And they've said well if everybody gets negative tests and proves they've got the negatives tests and they can keep confirming it. And they are limiting with social distancing that we are keeping everything clean than the data suggests. This could be fine and could go ahead. And i i believe it probably can't they. Did it in shanghai A couple of weeks ago. They had seventeen thousand people there and i asked them this morning. Very very directly did you have any confirmed cases of covid nineteen that event and they said no i think that's bolstered their support for this argument But it is all off the back of the fact that a lot of money is on the line if they don't do this show On it may well be that. They couldn't risk not doing the show for another year..
"about thousand" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Gola. We got cut off because network is. It's kinda what what the heck it looks like. We got signaled all they just remotely flipped it off if you're not allowed to talk about thousand when we're talking about a little bit more because you know they don't want to you know this is a good example behind the scenes. There's another opportunity for us to join another network. And i wanted to make it clear to them i go. I got loyalty to manual. The guys you know. We're part of the community. I'm gonna have to work around that and work with nova. Yeah well you we. So we'll see what happens. It'd be big network to show. But i i don't trust these guys. You know anybody. I trust you know in the know. Just allow me to freedom. Because i'm the conservative guy on the nicer way this guy he. He's a he's a. He's a safe. Alex jones wherever the hell that means. So you know. I'm going to talk about it. You know we'll talk about it and they use this comrex The they call it Kodak's the communication ability with the networks. And i'm going you know. Do i want to get a new one. Why might now they are the new ones more compromised or not see. I don't know it's good to have. You certainly is as backup making show if i get a new one of my better off or not. I don't know so these teams are like five thousand bucks. I mean you know it's not it's not free by. We'll do it if we need to do it. But the thing is is that this new tech. Sometimes it doesn't. It's the same brand. Everybody looks the same you know. They're just new newer versions. So i'll keep you guys informed. That i wasn't gonna talk about it but you know since i might have to buy a new car and then we got the the bus. We'll get back in here directly. And i miss my bus dammit. We set that up to make all z. Except for where you're parking you know but that's not been as much a problem as i thought it might have been but the but we're talking about and we were getting into when cut off the last couple of minutes. Last segment was dayton dead more. I got the opportunity. And i know show a little bit. You know kind not know that we're here. Wanted to share and come on and he's out of phoenix but he's doing due diligence on a lot of other stuff and and it gets inspired to try and share with other people. Think of light my like mine certainly an audience. And of course we're from phoenix and even phoenix. And let's say might get some interesting. What i'm talking by sending me allegra will come on you. You express yourself but What i found out when. I think he's probably finding out. Is that this discussion has been going on for freaking ever as long as there's been communication you can write down something. I these very thoughts of this. And what are you the individual up again all the time somebody else leaving claimed their life productivity start your slave now how they how they organize it and this one thing that larkin rose goes on about. Are you familiar with larkin. Rows of that mean anything to you. Yeah we've crossed has on the social web. If you times we don't get along very you know i i. Of course you don't but the but larkin is gone the other way or kind of don't have problems with large working one less thing. I gotta do out there doing the most dangerous superstition the idea that there is you know no entity that even the thought of government is just abhorrent to him. And you know and it's hard to argue with them. I mean you go. I mean there's way too much evidence so you're looking for. Is there some structure or government or you think yours inevitability it's a necessary evil. There's some benefit in having some document. Or something i mean. Where are you at at this age in your philosophy. I just think that we all are looking for a way out. I don't think it's so much of a way out as late through as far as large in you might laugh. When i say. I'm trying to trying to word my approach would be more like an anarchist status. You know because. I because i do study international. I do see i do. See the inter- international law as energy in itself in out of that forbes organizations called nations. It's kind of an inevitable thing in i do. I had never heard him talk about international. Lives something that he has one to look into your or whatever. But it's a huge blindside. And anytime i try to talk with him or any other people who are going along that route Up gnashing their teeth. That being you know. I've been called a troll because it's like this is this is. This is what i'm trying to put out and started conversation with but people have anger issues in. That's that's what it comes down to you know and if we're going to get through this within grace we have to. We have to be honorable and we if there are debts that we have to pay. We should probably honor those if we have agreed to things. I've we if we've agreed to be a voluntary slaves for you know. We should find an honorable way out of that. I bring ai. Break with the break within. I throw dog poop. Honor shoes don. you know. i think it's you know it's it's just as much as you're right to self-determination you're right to be owned by by other men. No so that is one thing that it comes down to that often. You've had this discussion online and so on. That was one of the first things that libertarians when you become philosophically.
"about thousand" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"Hi everyone we are so blessed again to have once again with us. Dr lind sadler director of health with northern health department. Dr sadler thank you so much for taking the time again to be with us. Give us another update. So where are we at with vaccine distribution this week. Oh my gosh. In spite of mother nature doing her best this week. I think we made some real Ongoing progress with vaccinating northern kentuckians You knew we have a number of sites now available to people To be vaccinated we In addition to saint elizabeth health point and the health department of course the kroger site in covington. The convention center started up a number of walgreens. I think about thirteen walgreens throughout northern kentucky a few of the independent pharmacies also All received one hundred doses. This week each Croker hat i think about two thousand doses Saint elizabeth had about three thousand doses of we got about thousand this week and so all of us are vaccinating just as fast as we possibly can And i think we all did a good job week in spite of the weather of continuing to hold our vaccination clinics and The delays in shipments of vaccine. This week did not seem to have a significant impact. Because we had our vaccine for this week And we've got some vaccine to get started next week. When the the shipments do start rolling back in again. I do want to mention that. There are going to be two additional new vaccine sites in northern kentucky starting next week the walmart alexandria and the kroger little clinic in walton will join the vaccination landscaped and all of the vaccination sites in northern kentucky can be found on our vaccine info page on our website. Www and health dot oled word. Thank you for the update you. That's that's really great news. It seems to me talking to you. Talk a couple times a week now. It seems like you're more and more optimistic about vaccine a new. You can't predict the future but it seems like what we're hearing from. The feds is that over the course of time. We'll see steady increases is it might. Am i reading too much into that or is that really how you feel. You're more more optimistic. i am more optimistic. You know all of us in public health have been going after his for over a year. Now trying to get this pandemic under control And it and i really do feel optimistic. we're hearing more and more. That vaccine allocations are increasing to the state which means that more will come to the local levels and the federal government is direct shipping vaccine to places like walgreens and other sites as well..
"about thousand" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"I couldn't control myself a my behavior so well that when a facebook message would pop up with an on it would instantly dread the event because i knew i would get drunk than everybody else and just wake up with anxiety again so i started not to go. Wow so now. I'm experiencing in life. Where not only am i capable of being exactly who i am but my brain is the gears kicks in again. I'm able to write and function and and just be myself. Which is something that is. I've had ups and downs with it. Because it's whenever i go out now. It's like a bright light is shining on me. You can't Drink three conversations. You can't just go and dance. It feels awkward. Because you're sober. And i'm just not used to it. It's just about getting used to these situations while definitely say that my life is better in many ways. I exercise more. I eat better my relationships. That's my children are happier and for me. It was about breaking a cycle of binge drinking from big ben shrinking family and it was never an option for me to not drink. It was my way of being expected to society and into the world and close relatives so for them. They won't have that. That's my hope you. Kumi and eighteen years when i'm bending them injury but that's my hope is that they won't feel that they will have their own choices to make about alcohol when they're older but my hope is that them not seeing me drunk and necking wines will lead them to make better choices and you're sober for how long now i'd be signed before about thousand and thirty days i think is now Congrats congratulations. Yeah so that place. I could appeal agree. Purgatory is where is that line between the public. Aa meeting where. I believe a lot of women especially moms fall through the cracks. I like to focus on that so that is really interesting gray area of drinking which is where a lot of people miss out on getting help. I feel like a lot of women. Don't feel that they're drinking is worthy of help. Because it isn't at extreme point. But i believe if you're drinking is affecting your life in a negative way than therefore perhaps it's time to reach out. I wanna talk more about this grayer. Because i feel like this is somewhere that i want to focus on as we're back after this break amy. You know i'm fond of the guy who plays the duke number ten while who isn't but these days i'm also very much enjoying going beach body and spending a little time with joel freedman. Oh yes me to lift for is thing. It's good it's hard. I do go for the modified version on that one. No shame in the modified game amy. We're.
"about thousand" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"A sports illustrated that was something special for me. How many of those would you have in the house. I probably got about thousand. Oh i've got a couple of 'em blow the polticised man. Yeah nice though. Not too many guys are on the cover. That's for sure. Walter what are you. What are you doing these days white. now i'm retired. I'm all i'm into real estate. I'm doing. I got a lot of business. I got my cbd business. I'm involved with the cd business That's doing really well. You could go to truth and wellness dot com and check my business out The cbd trooper wellness businesses. What i'm in two now and tell us how that works. What what is it. Work for and How how do you see. Cb they come in gummy farms. They come in cream and they come in drop. And i'm explained the gun. These i the gummy goes something that if you haven't been sleeping you got stress any of this stuff. The gumy's take all of that away and you can get a great night's sleep but the cbd's gummy and it takes stress off you. Also and the drops does the same thing and the crane has more also pain cream like you got. You got some your knees evolving your back bothering you. You put some of this cream on your back. I'll tell you a coupla hours you feel like a new man. And and i'm i'm.
"about thousand" Discussed on The Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative Podcast
"But not nearly the amount that we've seen in previous elections here in centre county so the fact that we didn't have a large participation from students who and of course the pandemic made very difficult for them to vote here or they decided to vote home. They weren't sure if they knew they were going to be here. In november due to the mask per pack up campaign here penn state but there were so many different things and it all culminated in essentially about a thousand volunteers working at polling locations on election day. Getting training ahead of time on that helping to set up the locations with with proper protocols in place sneeze guards gloves disinfectant. you name it and also having the mail in vote count center happening at penn stater here in centre county about thousand people came out and said yes we want to make this election. It was quite phenomenal but were again. That's going this conversation about mail in voting is going to be a lingering conversation going into future years just because of the fact that it was the first time it occurred. There are some differences of of in pennsylvania in large way. there's differences of opinion about how it was handled. Such should be a very interesting discussion as we go forward. But i do think that every every community within the whole country phenomenal job pulling off this election in the of pandemic midst of a very heated presidential campaign but it really strengthened. I think a lot of people's resolve in the american democracy and it was fantastic to see whether people voted again. A by mail from their home. Early voted or voted in person. It was tremendous to see the kind of turnout. We did across the country. I think it's were setting record for the total amount of votes of either candidate in the presidential election by tens of millions. I mean it's pretty remarkable to see the country come out and vote in such large way again as a as a constituent. Thank you so much for for putting in such a strong process Chris from your perspective as a political scientists. What does this election spell non in terms of the outcome necessarily but in terms of the process. I really think about What the future Repercussions of of expanding Vote by mail in various states and how local and state governments have really risen to a remarkable challenges. Here so if you could just discuss that that'd be wonderful. Yeah they've I agree with you. I want to also say kudos. The mike for his work and others around the state around the nation in his types of positions. That really made this work. Incredible effort dedication..