35 Burst results for "About Twenty Five Years"

Madeleine Albright, 1st female US secretary of state, dies

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Madeleine Albright, 1st female US secretary of state, dies

"The first woman to serve as America's top diplomat has died of cancer at eighty four hi I'm Madeleine Albright in nineteen ninety six Bill Clinton tapped her as the nation's first female secretary of state I'm proud of that but it had nothing to do with getting the job Albright spent four years on the job and spent later years outspoken criticizing the bush administration's Iraq invasion there is now a chaotic situation into cheering the group tasked with reforming NATO in order to deal with the unpredictability in the twenty first century in nineteen ninety seven Albright had healed cooperation between Washington and Moscow Russia is not our enemy Russia is our friend her death nearly twenty five years to the day comes as president Biden heads for Europe to further confront Vladimir Putin over Russia's Ukraine invasion Sager made Donnie Washington

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Was Arbery killing a hate crime? Jury to hear dueling views

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Was Arbery killing a hate crime? Jury to hear dueling views

"Closing arguments are scheduled for today on whether the Ahmad armory killing was a hate crime a jury in Georgia will hear arguments from prosecutors and defense attorneys on whether the twenty twenty killing of Ahmad Arbor rate was a federal hate crime the three white men involved have already been convicted of murder for chasing and killing the twenty five year old black man father and son Greg and Travis make Michael along with the neighbor have all pleaded not guilty to the hate crime charges regardless of the outcome to make Michaels have been sentenced to life in prison without parole for their murder convictions neighbor William Roddy Brian also received a life sentence with parole possible only after he served at least thirty years I'm Shelley Adler

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All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting all three men charged in amat R. breeze death are convicted of murder the three white men charged in the death of Ahmad Arbury outside the Georgia port city of Brunswick were convicted of murder Wednesday you have heard the verdicts read where these your verdicts then and are these your verdicts now yes I sound courtesy of court TV your respond regnant Michael his son Travis McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian guilty after about ten hours of deliberation the McMichael's grab guns and pursued the twenty five year old armory in their pickup as he ran through their neighborhood in February twenty twenty Brian joined the pursuit in his pickup and on cellphone video recorded Travis McMichael fatally shooting armory the men face minimum sentences of life in prison and it will be up to Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley whether the sentences come with or without the possibility of parole hi Mike Rossi up

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Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

"It's day two of jury deliberations in the trial of three white men charged with chasing and killing Ahmad are very after the twenty five year old black man was spotted running in their coastal Georgia neighborhood the disproportionately white jury will have to decide a father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William Roddy Bryant were acting in self defense as their lawyers say but the prosecution says you can't claim self defense if you started it and the three men with the gun were attempting a citizen's arrest of an unarmed Darbari they say they suspected he was a burglar meanwhile the peaceful demonstrations outside the courthouse have led to tighter security some small barricades around the building Georgia state trooper standing by the steps and doors I'm Julie Walker

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Attorney: No more `Black pastors' in court for Arbery case

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Attorney: No more `Black pastors' in court for Arbery case

"The lawyer for one of three white men accused in the murder of a black man in Glynn county Georgia makes a shocking request during the trial into Brunswick Georgia courtroom Thursday attorney Kevin Goff's done the court we don't want any more black pastors come here during that time the jury was out of the room Goff objected to the Reverend al Sharpton's presence during Wednesday's session of the trial of his client William Roddy Brian and father and son Greg and Travis McMichael the three are charged with murder and other crimes in the February twenty twenty shot gun shooting death of twenty five year old black man about armory in their neighborhood bring high profile members of the African American community into the court room to sit with family during the trial in the presence of the jury I believe that's intimidating that sound from court TV Gough admitted he didn't know until later Sharpton had been at the trial the judge rejected his request I'm Tim acquire

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Attorneys present jurors with dueling portraits of Arbery

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Attorneys present jurors with dueling portraits of Arbery

"Prosecutors the defense attorneys presented dueling portraits of Ahmad armory as the trial begins for three white men charged with chasing him down and killing him into Brunswick Georgia neighborhood last February in her opening statement prosecutor Linda Donna Caskey said a series of assumptions and driveway decisions triggered the attack on the twenty five year old black man this is the emergency lace John I'm out here in setelah shores and there's a black male running down the street defense attorney Robert Rubin to Travis with Michael and his father Greg considered arboreta scary mystery who had been videotaped inside a nearby house that was under construction where things had gone missing it's not some random guy running down the street it's V. guy Rubin said the McMichael's gave chase hoping to detain him until police arrived but are refused to stop and lunged corporate Michael and his gun Travis Michael is acting in self defense the big Michaels and a neighbor William Bryan who joined the chase are all charged with murder and other felonies try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Arbery death trial dominated by race before it even begins

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Arbery death trial dominated by race before it even begins

"Opening statements are slated today in the trial of three Georgia man accused of chasing and killing twenty five year old Ahmad armory last year all three defendants Gregory and Travis met Michael and neighbor William Ronnie Bryan who are white have pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in the February twenty twenty death of Ahmad armory who was black armory was jogging when he was chased by the father and son with Roddy Brian videotaping the incident which ended with armory fatally shot attorney Ben Crump is calling it outrageous that the jury consists of eleven white people and just one juror who is black even the judge Timothy Walmsley agreed with prosecutors the exclusion of so many other black potential jurors appeared to be intentional discrimination but he says Georgia law limited his ability to intervene I'm Jackie Quinn

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Judge declines to change racial makeup of jury in Arbery's death

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Judge declines to change racial makeup of jury in Arbery's death

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a judge won't change the racial makeup of the jury of the Ahmad Arbury slaying the judge in the trial of three white men charged with the murder of amat R. brewery in Glynn county Georgia in February twenty twenty declines to override decisions in jury selection which was completed Wednesday Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley declined to override decisions that left just one black juror on the final twelve person panel though he agreed with prosecutors that there appears to be intentional discrimination Wellesley said he was limited because defense attorneys gave nonracial reasons for their decisions Greg McMichael his adult son Travis but Michael and a neighbor William Roddy Brian are charged with murder and other crimes in the twenty five year old armories death the judge said the jury along with four alternates will be seated and sworn in Friday hi

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 UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will lead a special session of tributes in parliament to the conservative lawmakers stabbed to death as he met constituents an attack that's fueled concern about politicians safety and the level of vitriol directed at them a twenty five year old British man of the Somali heritage idea how to be a highly is being held under the terrorism act on suspicion of murder in David I missus killing police say the suspect appears to have acted alone and may have had motivation links to Islamist extremism the death of the popular legislator who had served in parliament for almost forty years shocked Britain especially its political class it came five years after Labour Party lawmaker Jo **** was shot and stabbed to death by a far right extremist Zaria

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UK counterterror officers lead probe in lawmaker's slaying

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

UK counterterror officers lead probe in lawmaker's slaying

"A long serving member of the British parliament was stabbed to death David Amos was meeting with constituents at a church when he was stabbed I think everybody was deeply shocked and saddened heart stricken prime minister Boris Johnson says part of the reason for the shock is that Amos was so well liked above all he was one of the kindest nicest most gentle people in politics but he also had an outstanding record of passing laws to help the most vulnerable a twenty five year old man was arrested at the scene chief constable Ben Julian Harrington says counter terrorism officers are leading this case it will be for investigators to determine whether or not this is a terrorist incident but as always I will keep an open mind Amos was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in twenty fifteen for his service becoming Sir David I'm at Donahue

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Capitol Police officer charged with obstruction in January 6 Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Capitol Police officer charged with obstruction in January 6 Capitol riot

"U. S. capitol police officer has been indicted on charges stemming from the January six insurrection Michael A. Riley faces obstruction of justice charges for allegedly helping to hide evidence of a rider's involvement prosecutors accused the officer of tipping off someone who participated in the riot by telling them to remove posts from Facebook that had shown the person inside the capitol during the January sixth attack prosecutors say Riley sent the person the message telling them he was an officer with the capitol police force to quote agrees with your political stance Riley was working January six and responded to a report of a pipe bomb he's been a capitol police officer for about twenty five years Ben

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Pastor Mark Driscoll Discusses His New Book 'Christian Theology vs. Critical Theory'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Pastor Mark Driscoll Discusses His New Book 'Christian Theology vs. Critical Theory'

"Of you already know mark driscoll. If he don't let me see what it says. oh yes. He's the founding senior pastor of the trinity church in scottsdale arizona but he has debated deepak chopra on abc's nightline. He's discussed marriage with barbara. Walters on the view all kinds of ugly stuff. Like that mark driscoll. Welcome to the program. Good to have anybody good to see. Thanks for having me on. It's good to see you. It's good to see you always but honestly you've written a book. The reason you're here today is to talk about. I'm holding in my hand. It's called christian. Theology versus critical theory. A lot of people are at least confused about this new thing. You keep hearing about critical race there. You might theory my thesis. I should say is that anytime. Somebody comes up with a new thing like that. I'm deeply suspicious because they act as though everything you've heard up until now is wrong. Here take this and i think why. What are you saying to me so we were hoping we could get somebody on the program to discuss it. And we found you so mark driscoll thank you. Thanks for writing this. Is this brand new. Yeah and so. It's krista theology versus critical theory. It's free it real faith dot com. I've got a mountain a bible teaching there. I tend to teach through books of the bible. I've been a pastor for twenty five years. I didn't go through a publisher. 'cause i know it would get attacked and cancelled. I didn't put endorsements on it because then all they do is just shoot. Ariza your friends. So i'm just giving away. I think that the greatest threat to christian theology right now is critical theory. I believe it's the counterfeit i believe. It seeks to undo anything that looks like traditional western values. Marriage family sexuality critical race theory is a part of that but it's much much much bigger issue. Critical theory includes gender. Studies ribbon seeing it now with mask. No mask vaccine. No vaccine almost every single cultural collision that we're having is up against critical

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How Was Suspect in Texas School Shooting That Injured 4 Released on Bail?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

How Was Suspect in Texas School Shooting That Injured 4 Released on Bail?

"I also had a bizarre conversation early this morning with a good friend of mine over the news that the eighteen year old. Who's accused of shooting up. That high school in arlington texas. This week got bonded out. After one night in jail one night and he's out on bond the whole country was on edge. Another school shooting. This was not a random school shooting. This apparently happened as the result of a fight. I'm told that eighteen year old timothy simpkins was the young man getting beaten on the video. It's you know as kids do. They took a video a cell phone video of this fight and it really wasn't a fight. It was one guy beating up another guy. Well the guy that was getting beat beat up evidently went into a backpack. After they were the two combatants were pulled apart. Pulled out a gun. Start shooting people shoot at shot. The guy the beat him up pumped four bullets into him he is. I'm told in a medically induced coma on a ventilator right now A twenty five year old teacher was shot in the back to others were injured including a pregnant girl and timothy simpkins free. As a bird he strolled out of the jail cameras. All in tow people taking shots of him. His baseball cap perched johnny on his head smiling. I'm a little baffled by this

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Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

"Talk about the truth. Let's talk about science with one of the few doctors who's out there telling the truth about what we need to know about. Covert therapeutics boston. Vaccines welcome to america. First one on one. It's dr jeffrey balki. Board thirty five primary care physician. Welcome dr to one on one so great to be with you. Thanks so much for having me on. Well we had you on the radio show a week ago. It was super. It was too short. So we've already invited you back for a one on one discussion for those who missed the interview on the radio show and who haven't heard of you before. Just by way of introduction. Who are you what do you do. And what is our ex liberty our expert liberty is my website sev- where people can go and learn more about me. I've got a newsletter that i put out every couple of weeks naked subscribed it out by the way i recently started. A podcast. informed dissent the intersection of healthcare in politics and that can be found at in armed descent media dot com. I'm a primary care physician board-certified. I've been in private practice for over twenty five years i've served as an assistant professor at uc irvine. I've also served as a board member at the orange county medical association and in my spare time. I work as a tactical physician role local law enforcement agency emily last year. I started a charter school. A hillsdale affiliated republic charter school in the city of orange here in southern california but my day job is treating patients that i've treated literally hundreds and hundreds of cova patients successfully by instituting early treatment with many of our repurpose medications. That were really well. You can get visions early

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The Most Egregious Politicization of Health Policy in US History

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 1 year ago

The Most Egregious Politicization of Health Policy in US History

"Let's talk about the therapeutics that made my covert experience the mildest case of the flu. I've ever had thanks to my doctor. Dr sam pappas on hydroxy December last i had three days of the sniffles felt a little bit tired and that was my experience. Not only that. I don't know why you left it out of your by but it says euros an officer in the. Us army reserve medical costs. God bless you doctor barky for everything you do and are doing to get the truth out there. Let me just start right at the beginning to the mirror. In twenty five years of practice serving your fellow man have you ever ever seen such an egregious politicization of health policy in our nation. Doctor never dr gorka at and it really makes me sad to say this. But some of our healthcare agencies like the fda the cdc unfortunately were realizing now have been captured by industry. And what i mean by that is the funding from the fda in the cdc about fifty percent come from the organizations that their charter to oversee. So the fda used to be entirely funded by taxpayer dollars as it should be and the fda is supposed to work for the american people to keep them safe to oversee pharmaceutical companies including vaccine companies. But now they're funded by the industry in the end the groups they are supposed to be overseeing and

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Donald Trump Deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for the Abraham Accords

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump Deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for the Abraham Accords

"Question. I wanna ask you and you can go anywhere you want. But when people talk about the abraham accords. I'm not sure. I understand the significance of that. I haven't heard much about it. Tell us what's your perspective on that. What did trump achieve anything. Well the media did a terrible job covering most important storage game. Changing set of arab-israeli peace agreements in a generation re literally have not had an arab-israeli peace accord in twenty five years We've only had two prior egypt and jordan and president trump who was told by everybody in the peace industry in washington. You'll make the middle east worse you'll never make peace. You don't know what you're doing. You're a moron. And yet he accomplished four arab israeli peace agreements plus an agreement between kozo a muslim majority but non arab country and israel. It's extraordinary what trump pulled out and eric. You know this about me. In sixteen i was a sharp critic of trump. i would've considered myself a never-trumper. But i did would always know whether never-trumper did i said. Okay i have these deep concerns about him but let's let's pray for him every day and let's see how he how how he does. When i sat with them in the oval office a scene described in this book. I told him that. I'd been a never-trumper now eric. You know the man. How often does the term never-trumper get used with mr trump in his presence particularly in the oval office because judging from the looking at his is not that often. But i said to him. Listen i didn't believe your promises. I didn't trust you. But i've been stunned by what you've accomplished and i began rattling these things off. Let's just take a few right. The abraham accord had not yet happened. But we were trending there. It was clear to me that he was going to be able to pull these things off. Four arab-israeli agreements. Okay plus destroying the isis kathy. Liberating five million christians and muslims and yazidi from the reign of terror of isis taking out the isis terror. Commander abu bacher all-body taking out the top iranian terror general qasim sulamani ripping up the iran nuclear deal of imposing a maximum pressure sanctions campaign against iran. Moving the us embassy from talbot to jerusalem recognizing israel sovereign rights over the golan heights. And i could go on. And on as i do in enemies and is i believe. Trump deserves a nobel peace prize for the abraham accords. I doubt that he's going to get it. But if you don't win a nobel peace prize for creating peace with four arab countries and israel. What's the price

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2 die when man jumps off building, lands on another man

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

2 die when man jumps off building, lands on another man

"Police say the twenty five year old man was distraught when he jumped from an apartment building in Yonkers Monday night he fell twelve floors landing on a concrete parking garage roof and struck a sixty one year old Bronx man who was visiting someone there Yonkers police say the incident appears to be a tragic situation a reminder help is available through the suicide prevention lifeline eight hundred two seven three eight two five five Julie Walker New York

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NFL Week 1 With Alex Smith

ESPN Daily

01:01 min | 1 year ago

NFL Week 1 With Alex Smith

"Alex smith. Man you were. I mean first off your ties loosened. Let's start there. You've just spend your first sunday as my teammate. now at espn. You were last. Season's nfl comeback player of the year. We all know that incredible story. But i believe this was the first time in twenty five years you have not been playing football or rehabbing for football. So how did it all feel for you personally. Just being out there and not being out there. Yes you're right. It's been twenty five years. This fall that i haven't been doing football some fashion or another been in training camp incredibly different but Awesome i had a lot of people reach out to me a lot of like stanley france. You know this last week in mackay. We're thinking about you. How are you doing. And as honestly i. I'm so at peace with the way my career ended obviously grateful that i ever was able to make it back in to be doing what i'm doing and you know still be around the game in some other capacity. I still had butterflies this morning. So that was amazing and looking forward to this challenge. It's it's it's fun

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"Larry as i wrote back and told him he should buy what remained for his own projects. Right yeah for sure. I got piles of plywood scraps in my basement. That i was getting ready to. Just throw the dumpster. And i'm like. Maybe i should be keeping these things. Put him on facebook marketplace. You could pay front of car down payment or something on a job site yesterday and he had all this neatly stacked neatly stacked scraps along one wall he had taken hit demo a whole bunch of cabinetry and and he said you know he's in maybe know. Maybe this is the way. I should have been working all along for other reasons. But the price of things right now push me to think about like think about the pieces of blocking. I'm going to need to put in these walls and to just you know. Just find it within all these scraps from his cabinet. That i i had to pull out. I can tell you if if you have that stuff around it. You find a use for amazingly right even stuff. You think is completely Garbage somehow it comes in handy at some point. I'll tell you i. I hate throwing stuff out. I wish i had a double barn double the size because you know scattered. I collect lots of stuff to make ahead like a dozen bikes line around the cup to make distracter theme but like a built a headboard out of pieces of the old pergola that fell down in my back patio and every single time. I throw out something a week later. I needed our friend. Dan colbert wrote in With regard to our discussion of tilt turn windows and episode three sixty. he says We find a lot. A lot of clients. Mostly the tilt function. it doesn't intrude much on the living space and even better at sheds water He had some thoughts on our discussion of proper carping to he says we a piece of ep 'em before taking it down to the floor. You run it over the edge frame the exterior walls over it and then you cut it out when dried in. We also did this. When we had a new house with exposed beams and the finished to buy tongue and groove flooring. We needed to protect until dry and to protect after even. Obviously it's really heavy so you either need lollar on on site or a boom truck to have it delivered. And now we heard from our garden. He does a similar thing which It makes a lot of sense to me. I don't know what ab dpd and membrane cost. But boy it's bulletproof. I remember when mike was doing that. deck drainage webinar last year. He was talking about a cost less than a dollar. A square foot in some. And that's for the heavy stuff. So i mean you can probably get the thinner stuff or even for way less but if that's the case this year with all the price hikes but but the the thing about apm. I think that's crazy. Like tarps are not totally waterproof. Like me like when a brand new they are but not for very long if water sitting on it yet it does start to go through right. Yeah they get pretty. Beat up fast. And i think this son takes a toll on pretty quickly. You know once you've had it out in the in the you know the sun for a few days then you then you catch on a nail or a corner all of a sudden you've got big tearing it so i like that idea mean it. It doesn't seem nearly as manageable ep. Damn as a tarp just in terms of like rolling it up and wait and all that stuff. It's yes but you'll you'll use it for a long time. That's for sure it's meant to be out in the weather for thirty years right. I've got a scrap of it. That's like five by five. That came off some commercial roof job. That i just happened to be near about twenty five years ago and use it as the cover for the electric cement mixer that i keep outdoors and it's great because it's heavy don't even have to tie down. I think that's a great idea. So there you go folks. That's all you need to know about. Carping this comes from brian. Hi off from sunny boise idaho. I just wanted to get a quick suggest into the listener. Who asked how. Can i build a durable mini skate ramp on a tight budget and episode three sixty. There's a product to the side sign. Trade called expanded. Pvc sintra is the brand name. Unfamiliar with it works well for this application. We've used it on ramps or bmx biking. So i'm pretty sure. His skateboard ramp will be a piece of cake. Any technical data sheets will say that. It's not for long term exposure. But we've use it on signs that have spent upwards of ten years uncovered with only mild effect. The price is right Anywhere from fifteen to thirty bucks. She depending on the thickness. The only caveat is it tends to expand and contract about a quarter inch over eight feet depending on the temperature. This web link has specifics. Skater die like to use this stuff. Before when i worked in the construction business cabinet shop and his it looked like corrugated cardboard rod. It's it's basically just like the. Pvc trim boards that we use you know the white that gays trim boards But denser and it usually comes in like eight inch or quarter inch thick sheets of treating get another thickness is too but we always had anything. Quarter-inch sheets line around and and We make our wall panels would face like temporary wall panels out of it or an. It's it's it's really easy to cut work with. Does it come in. Cool colors like vans sneakers. You get any finish you want your matt gloss colored. It's yes all kinds of stuff cool. I love that our listeners Help us out with important questions such as these..

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"They promote twitter storms by bosnian muslims. This is a theory that was shared by somebody. With at the yugoslav tribunal and actually somebody in the state department thought the same thing. I don't know whether that's true. I'm it did seem to be a fairly organized attack. I don't know who was actually organizing which side and all of that was from before the book came out right. I mean this. All based on an excerpt that appeared in the times not based on the actual book is that right. That's right it was before the book came out and before it seems that anybody had paid attention to the title of the all right. So let's talk about the book and then let's talk about some of the criticisms that have arisen in in some of the reviews of the actual book rather than the sort of imagined. Jessica stern a storm. I guess given given the subject and the and the criticism. Let's start with some of your earlier. Work because i think a lot of people who were really mad at you about this book probably know about your prior career so our at least maybe don't know enough about that. So how did you come to be interviewing rata von karaj. I have spent nearly three decades studying evil men. That's what i've always done. I started interviewing terrorists. I think about twenty five years ago. More than twenty years ago. And i've done that across ideologies.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Universe crews argues to write a book about all his old collins. I wish you would do that. We'll gary i. I i did let me. I did a book of columns about twenty five years ago and then i did another one about twenty years ago but and then i did this book a couple of years ago about my first year at at. Espn but i really i. I swore. I would never do another book but i sure yeah i if this if this career suddenly goes down in flames and and i may have to dig in but i. I think you're right. It would be very interesting to a fresh perspective on sabin and and bryant I feel like i have Having covered the coach bryan. And obviously all nick sabin. But here's my second question. What's going to happen with the new team playoff when a nine three kicks. Am all florida. Get cnn over. An eleven in one central forward or houston memphis. Or someone like that. And i'll hang up and listen. Thank you for all you do gary i. I can't reach and everything. I can't tell you what you call it. Just i never thought. I would be delighted that somebody remembered my the first half of my career. I that's the thing that may surprise me. The most about the playoff is that they did not come up with a. What's called an eight q an automatic qualifier. because i do think they. There will be a lot of screaming but something tells me that if we see another scenario like ucf a couple years ago or or coastal or cincinnati. They will get in I mean i'm not. I don't think the committee will be mandated. But but i think they're going to be Cognizant of the politics of the moment. Hey thank you for the call. Appreciate him to go so long winded former career We will get back to your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five. We're coming right back. You're listening to the paul finebaum show. Podcast we welcome you back here on a friday afternoon back to the calls and the goat is.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Really interesting plot point of what it was like for her to live in his home just the wild differences that she encountered just lifestyle differences. That may that's really interesting. Yeah i loved writing that because there's nothing more fun than a fish out of water. Totally right you know. and so. Here's poor anna. Who's never done a chore young trying to light fires in may goat cheese. She's not getting anywhere with it and she's got a lot of backlash going onto from one of her from her sister-in-law that's right. Yeah i think it gives a kind of conflict in texture to the story to have that disparity between them and you know and as always wondering oh i. I wish i hadn't said that because this and so it. It gave an interesting tension in their relationship. Which is yeah it did. I actually love their to personally together in appreciate you saying ana had to be able to match wits and so she could and did and we have a question. Our community to about you know of course. We love her longings. We love her prayers. I'll get to that limit. But did you have an inspiration. Did you read somewhere in your research about the incantation bowl. I'm curious where that specific physical device came in i stumbled upon and it was right serendipitous moments in the research which seemed to go on for about twenty five years that research it was so intense and long and in-depth and i got stuck in it in a way wearing somebody had to do an intervention. Get me out of the in research. Yeah but yeah. That was quite a moment. Because i wanted to start the book. I always like to start my novel with a moment of a core image. That will move through the book. Possible something that will hold my characters deepest longing and not just to know it abstractly. I want the reader to see it. Ill it to see it. Metaphorically and symbolically and anna needed to. So i couldn't figure that out and then one day i was down a rabbit hole on the internet and there they popped up. There were these ancient first century and even earlier incantation balls and they write these prayers in these spiraling ways in the inside of the bell. And i'm looking at these two and twenty five hundred euro balls you know and down at the bottom of 'em there would have an image sometimes it was of lilith often it was lilith. Sometimes those were not prayers they were curses. Well listen it's a utilitarian bowl shirt of purposes. But they believed in the animating lots of words and language and so they would spin those balls and those prayers. And i just love the idea of it. I knew immediately out. Anna's get one of those is such a perfect like physical device to carry the story along and yet we all envisioned it so mission accomplished on that. I'd like to talk a little bit about jesus as a character in your story and we know your your personal history with faith and all the things all of that and so. I'm curious if it was hard. Or if it was easy to reimagine his life as as part of a story that had a lot more color to it a lot. More background a lot more details. I mean obviously rooted in history but still sit tissues sort of imagination. If you're like a slow warm to jesus as you began to write him or if if the jesus that you wrote in the book came pretty. Naturally i'm going to say yes to everything you said it's both it's an ambiguous kind of thing that was going on in me. The trepidation about what i was doing the certainty about what i was doing was in there at the same time. I felt so compelled to do this..

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on No Agenda

"A giant. Fbi scam brought the six week cycle of. We'll maybe more than that. Maybe everything we're witnessing here because of the -ccomplish so much it lames russia and i wonder whether biden's read in if he was i wonder if he remembered being read in so he's going to go confront putin about this putin's going to. I don't know what putin is going to do. But this is gonna be too funny too if you wish you were a fly on the wall but and could speak russian. This is really now. I'm getting very suspicious about all of this including the entire ransomware Rancid where it was like things some time back and most of the anti viral and anti mel where software systems will stop it. If there's something even remotely looks like it's very hard. I don't know of anybody who's gotten now. All of a sudden is cropping up all over the place with this very elaborate scheme and this website which now they've discovered which has the resume for lease and they're using the word variant. This is very suspicious. All around in talking to several dude named ben who don't sleep well at night thinking about these things individuals you right. That's most of the saw. Even most computers themselves They could be pretty well protected even. It environment is when you have a windows network exchange server once you get into the windows domain and someone has an admin account. It's all over. You can get anywhere and and and again the the concept is there in there in everywhere all they need to do is just push. Buttons just pushed buttons. Whatever you want and here is some of the desired result. We so remember when this first happened. It's about infrastructure. It's about stupid. Texans we need a global grid It's about bitcoin. Being untraceable only for cybercriminals and for illicit activity and it's about warming and russia. And you through that in and so it's really four pieces. It's a beautiful beautiful system and let's talk to you and and and it uses the word variant to make sure your triggered about dacoven vaccine. That is the connector and the cyber pandemic remember. it's it's been they've been saying this cyber pandemic. None of this was happening until long after klaus recorded that video. Deers are energy secretary. Do you think that adversaries of the united states have the capability right now to shut down the power grid. Yeah they do. I mean. I think that there are very malign actors who are when i heard maligned to me. That's almost like another infectious type thing. Like you have malignant tumor maligned or am i. Am i reading too much into it now. Yeah you're probably reading too much into. But i i can see it. I guess you can see you being triggered. Yeah they do. I mean i think that there are very malign actors who are trying even as we speak there are thousands of attacks on all aspects of the energy sector and the private sector generally in the meat plant for example we. It's happening all the time. And this is why the private sector. I was just gonna say do you remember. I was about twenty five years ago. There was this product you could buy new the people that made it there. It's a little thing. It was little add on. It would show you all the attacks that we're going after your system called the only thing that comes to mind is autozone. But that's not the name of this If somebody in the in the troll room knows what. I'm talking about but it's a little system you could buy your showed that longer being zone alarm zone alarm Thank you troll. It was kind. It was just bang. Bang bang you hundreds of times in our. You're there some system yeah. Random tries to penetrate outer. This is not new but that it sounds good sounds. This woman makes a satellite some new thing russia based and this. This has been going on with the network for forever forever. 'cause tcp wanted okay. It's stay tuned. Wrap this up pretty soon. Because i'm gonna start busting things throwing the monitor early affiliates. Ladies and gentlemen civilians gonna break mike we. It's happening all the time and this private sector and the public sector have to work together and this is what the president is doing. He's working with our allies. He's working with countries around the world because other countries even russia they don't wanna see their sectors attacked by malign activities by rogue non-state actors not to mention state actors so working with other countries were private sector working inside of our own government. The president has issued these executive orders to make sure that our own house is in order making sure that citizens are able to protect themselves. Mother who's eighty six years old got two weeks ago. Got a cyber in a not a ransomware but was was hacked. My grandmother was hacked. They hacked grandmother was axed wasn't ransomware. But you know this roof. She was a she was a hackney. I know exactly what happened. He got an email. That said i saw what you do. I access your computer camera. I have the video unless you send me one bitcoin. I'm going to show all your nasty video okay. So that is infrastructure now. Let's go we've had we have this. The pandemic link with variant. We have russia we have The infrastructure let's go to global warming and all of a sudden out of the woodwork. Ladies gentlemen dare. She is elizabeth. Warren is back. It's about. We've talked a lot today about the dangers. That crypto currencies posed our economy. We talked about the ripoffs the instability the extent to which they used to help criminals cyber attacks like the attack on colonial pipeline and jbs. But there's another piece to adverse environmental impacts of the cuting activity used to mit many of these digital currencies in the first place. Bitcoin consumes more energy than entire country. And it is projected to consume as much energy as all the data centers in the whole world this year. Just let that sink in yeah does. Where's the proof of this. Oh in fact. The proof is quite the opposite. Bitcoin consumes one tenth of one percent of the global energy which is like one hundred and forty come from. Where's this myth. come from. this comes from elon. Musk when he when he was trying to get everyone to bail out this yes or no no. He's virtuous signaling. It's by lying. Yes and this comes back chew signaling by lying and this comes back to the. Es the environmental sustainability goals which will be your carbon tax metric. That's coming and then you know so then. Ilan s started a with a micro strategies guy. Oh ah tag. Bitcoin was made with hydropower renewables or with dirty coal. There's very little energy powering bitcoin anymore. Most of the chinese stuff is hydro and it hasn't been banned. It's moved to. They're not allowed to use coal in texas crazy industry with people going with containers to the gas fields using the methane gas which actually reduces the carbon emission. But it doesn't matter these these metrics these lies are out.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on No Agenda

"A giant. Fbi scam brought the six week cycle of. We'll maybe more than that. Maybe everything we're witnessing here because of the -ccomplish so much it blames russia and i wonder whether biden's read in if he was i wonder if he remembered being read in so he's going to go confront putin about this putin's going to. I don't know what putin is going to do. But this is gonna be too funny too if you wish you were a fly on the wall but and could speak russian. This is really now. I'm getting very suspicious about all of this including the entire ransomware 'cause rancid where it was i things some time back and most of the anti viral and anti mel where software systems will stop it. If there's something even remotely looks like it's very hard. I don't know of anybody who's gotten now. All of a sudden is cropping up all over the place with this very elaborate scheme and this website which now they've discovered which has the resume for lease and they're using the word variant. This is very suspicious. All around in talking to several dude named ben who don't sleep well at night thinking about these things individuals you right. That's most of the saw computers themselves. they could be pretty well protected. Even the environment is when you have a windows network exchange server once you get into the windows domain and someone has an admin account. It's all over. You can get anywhere and and and again the the concept is there in there in everywhere all they need to do is just push. Buttons just pushed buttons. Whatever you want and here is some of the desired result. We so remember when this first happened. It's about infrastructure. It's about stupid. Texans we need a global grid It's about bitcoin. Being untraceable only for cybercriminals and for illicit activity and it's about warming and russia. And you through that in and so it's really four pieces. It's a beautiful beautiful system and let's talk to you and and and it uses the word variant to make sure your triggered about dacoven vaccine. That is the connector and the cyber pandemic remember. it's it's been they've been saying this cyber pandemic. None of this was happening until long after klaus recorded that video. Deers are energy secretary. Do you think that adversaries of the united states have the capability right now to shut down the power grid. Yeah they do. I mean. I think that there are very malign actors who are when i heard maligned to me. That's almost like another infectious type thing. Like you have malignant tumor maligned or am i. Am i reading too much into it now. Yeah you're probably reading too much into. But i i can see it. I guess you can see you being triggered they do. I mean i think that there are very malign actors who are trying even as we speak there are thousands of attacks on all aspects of the energy sector and the private sector generally in the meat plant for example we. It's happening all the time. And this is why the private sector. I was just gonna say. Do you remember about twenty five years ago there. Was this product. You could buy new the people that made it there. It's a little thing. It was little add on. It would show you all the attacks that we're going after your system called the only thing that comes to mind is autozone but that's not the name of this Somebody in the in the troll room knows what i'm talking about but it's a little system you could buy your showed that longer being zone alarm zone alarm Thank you troll. It was kind. It was just bang. Bang bang you hundreds of times in our. You're there are some system was yeah. Random tries to penetrate outer. This is not new but that it sounds good sounds. This woman makes a satellite some new thing russia based and this. This has been going on with the network for forever forever young. Tcp added okay. It's stay tuned. Wrap this up pretty soon. Because i'm gonna start busting things throwing the monitor early affiliates. Ladies and gentlemen civilians gonna break mike we. It's happening all the time and this private sector and the public sector have to work together and this is what the president is doing. He's working with our allies. He's working with countries around the world because other countries even russia they don't wanna see their sectors attacked by malign actors by rogue non-state actors not to mention state actors so working with other countries were private sector working inside of our own government. The president has issued these executive orders to make sure that our own house is in order making sure that citizens are able to protect themselves. Mother who's eighty six years old got two weeks ago. Got a cyber in a not a ransomware but was was hacked. My my grandmother was hacked. They hacked grandmother was axed wasn't ransomware. But you know this roof. She was a she was a hackney. What happened he got an email. That said i saw what you do. I access your computer camera. I have the video unless you send me one bitcoin. I'm going to show all your nasty video okay. So that is infrastructure now. Let's go we've had we have this. The pandemic link with variant. We have russia we have The infrastructure let's go to global warming and all of a sudden out of the woodwork. Latest gentlemen dare. She is elizabeth. Warren is back. It's about. We've talked a lot today about the dangers. That crypto currencies posed our economy. We talked about the ripoffs the instability the extent to which they used to help criminals cyber attacks like the attack on colonial pipeline and jbs. But there's another piece to adverse environmental impacts of the cuting used to mit many of these digital currencies in the first place. Bitcoin consumes more energy than entire country. And it is projected to consume as much energy as all the data centers in the whole world this year. Just let that sink in yeah does. Where's the proof of this. Oh in fact. The proof is quite the opposite. Bitcoin consumes one tenth of one percent of the global energy which is like one hundred and forty come from. Where's this myth. come from. this comes from elon. Musk when he when he was trying to get everyone to bail out this yes or no no. He's virtuous signaling. It's by lying. Yes and this comes back chew signaling by lying and this comes back to the. Es the environmental sustainability goals which will be your carbon tax metric. That's coming and then you know so then. Ilan s started a with a micro strategies guy. Oh ah tag. Bitcoin was made with hydropower renewables or with dirty coal very little energy. Powering bitcoin anymore. Most of the chinese stuff is hydro and it hasn't been banned. It's moved to. They're not allowed to use coal in texas crazy industry with people going with containers to the gas fields using the methane gas which actually reduces the carbon emission. But it doesn't matter these these metrics these lies are out.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on No Agenda

"Think keeping very close to the chest so to speak. Yeah well we know they have to possible. Maybe many more could have been part of that massive sting operation which we have not. We don't know who got arrested. We just have some top line stein getting more. You play this. You know because. I heard this show and i've heard all this. There's nothing new in these in these clips. What's new is the introduction of the concept that this all is a giant. Fbi scam brought the six week cycle of. We'll maybe more than that. Maybe everything we're witnessing here because of the -ccomplish so much it lames russia and i wonder whether biden's read in if he was i wonder if he remembered being read in so he's going to go confront putin about this putin's going to. I don't know what putin is going to do. But this is gonna be too funny too if you wish you were a fly on the wall but and could speak russian. This is really now. I'm getting very suspicious about all of this including the entire ransomware 'cause rancid where it was. I think some time back and most of the anti viral and anti mel where software systems will stop it. If there's something even remotely looks like it's very hard. I don't know of anybody who's gotten now. All of a sudden is cropping up all over the place with this very elaborate scheme and this website which now they've discovered which has the resume for lease and they're using the word variant. This is very suspicious. All around in talking to several dude named ben who don't sleep well at night thinking about these things individuals you right. That's most of the saw computers themselves. they could be pretty well protected even environment is when you have a windows network exchange server once you get into the windows. Domain and someone has an admin account. It's all over. You can get anywhere and and and again the the concept is there in in everywhere all they need to do is just push buttons just pushed buttons. Whatever you want and here is some of the desired result. We so remember when this first happened. It's about infrastructure. It's about stupid. Texans we need a global grid It's about bitcoin. Being untraceable only for cybercriminals and for illicit activity and it's about warming and russia. And you through that in and so it's really four pieces. It's a beautiful beautiful system and let's talk to you and and and it uses the word variant to make sure your triggered about dacoven vaccine. That is the connector and cyber pandemic remember. It's it's and they've been saying this cyber pandemic. None of this was happening until long after klaus recorded that video. Deers are energy secretary. Do you think that adversaries of the united states have the capability right now to shut down the power grid. Yeah they do. I mean. I think that there are very malign actors who are when i heard maligned to me. That's almost like another infectious type thing. Like you have malignant tumor maligned or am i. Am i reading too much into it now. Yeah you're probably reading too much into. But i i can see it. I guess you can see you being triggered they do. I mean i think that there are very malign actors who are trying even as we speak there are thousands of attacks on all aspects of the energy sector and the private sector generally the meat plant for example we. It's happening all the time. And this is why the private sector. I was just gonna say do you remember was about twenty five years ago. There was this product you could buy new the people that made it there. It's a little thing it was little add on. It would show you all the attacks that we're going after your system called the only thing that comes to mind is autozone. But that's not the name of this If somebody in the in the troll room knows what. I'm talking about but it's a little system you could buy your showed that longer being zone alarm zone alarm Thank you troll. It was kind. It was just bang. Bang bang you hundreds of times in our. you're there. Some system was random tries to penetrate outer. This is not new but that it sounds good. Sounds this woman makes a satellite some new thing russia based and this this has been going on with the network for forever forever on tcp invented. Okay it's stay to wrap this up pretty soon. Because i'm a start. Busting things throwing the monitor early affiliates. Ladies and gentlemen civilians gonna break mike we. It's happening all the time. And this private sector and the public sector have to work together and this is what the president is doing. He's working with our allies. He's working with countries around the world because other countries even russia they don't wanna see their sectors attacked by malign actors by rogue non-state actors not to mention state actors so working with other countries were private sector working inside of our own government. The president has issued these executive orders to make sure that our own house is in order making sure that citizens are able to protect themselves. Mother who's eighty six years old got two weeks ago. Got a cyber in a not a ransomware but was was hacked. My grandmother was hacked. They hacked grandmother was axed wasn't ransomware. But you know this roof. She was a she was a hackney. I know exactly what happened. He got an email. That said i saw what you do. I access your computer camera. I have the video unless you send me one bitcoin. I'm going to show all your nasty video okay. So that is infrastructure now. Let's go we've had we have this. The pandemic link with variant. We have russia we have The infrastructure let's go to global warming and all of a sudden out of the woodwork. Latest gentlemen dare. She is elizabeth. Warren is back. It's about. We've talked a lot today about the dangers. That crypto currencies posed our economy. We talked about the ripoffs the instability the extent to which they used to help criminals cyber attacks like the attack on colonial pipeline and jbs. But there's another piece to adverse environmental impacts of cuting views to mit many of these digital currencies in the first place. Bitcoin consumes more energy than entire country. And it is projected to consume as much energy as all the data centers in the whole world this year. Just let that sink in yeah does. Where's the proof of this. Oh in fact. The proof is quite the opposite. Bitcoin consumes one tenth of one percent of the global energy which is like one hundred and forty. Just come from. Where's this myth. Come from this comes from elon. Musk when he when he was trying to get everyone to bail out this yes or no no. He's virtuous signaling. It's by lying. Yes and this comes back chew signaling by lying and this comes back to the. Es the environmental sustainability goals which will be your carbon tax metric. That's coming and then you know so then. Ilan s started a with a micro strategies guy. Oh ah tag. Bitcoin was made with hydropower renewables or with dirty coal very little energy. Powering bitcoin anymore. Most of the chinese stuff is hydro and it hasn't been banned. It's moved to. They're not allowed to use coal in texas crazy industry with people going with containers to the gas fields using the methane gas which actually reduces the carbon emission. But it doesn't matter these these metrics these lies are out.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"Hal nine thousand got nice directive that misunderstanding directive. And they're really badly for the echo ship without any more spoilers so he wants to see what can possibly happen when you give direct command but it misunderstands you coached at. What are some good predictions. About how voice will look like today from the past run after great predictions was actually on tv. Show france about twenty five years ago led me growth. So that's why within few years that voice recognition will be pretty much standard on any computer back. So you can be like walter my car you might. Of course it won't be able to do those stinks but it will understand what you are saying. While i think we are afflicted prediction pretty well vice ignition experts much standard on any computer or device you buy. It's not being used on an computer or device that you by the us problem for the future For washing your car. I think that's an option yet. Feel free to prove me wrong and for cleaning my room. That's pretty successful with something. Like item integration. Are something like that. So yeah good job us. We are thinking future and under good example is charred waste from two movies. I jarvis who many generations and knee for example on the idea of with assistance. And how how cool would it be. Just say something and it will happened and help you to interact with your home and with your environment but we are sadly little bit. Far away from java's being competing already but hopefully soon voice being accurately represented in today's tv data circulate. Tricky question because it heavily depends on what we are watching. If you are watching some tv sitcoms chances are voices being represented adequately worthwhile there. But if you're watching some kinds of sci-fi from the future sadly area So keep that in. Mind while you're watching and perhaps do some reality checks your friends whilst we are watching because it's really funny when you say haiti and then something. It really can do that. Something fun activity.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"Hello there who are you. Hello mona and hello everyone. My name is tennis version. i ever cofounder at. He had and cucolo expert for yugoslav. Stint nice to meet you. But why are you speaking on this topic. Because devi voice arcade herbie's of mine and this is a really nice way to combine them so grab some garner gets ready by the way. How come you are speaking. I am speaking thanks to talking heads from rosebud dada. Ai super kill. Where do you get from i. I would like to know what problems we will be discussing. Today they're two main points. I'd like this custody. The first one is voice is being totally overpowered in movies and tv series. We are talking like or on a supercomputer spaceships that fulfil every tasks text to speech is perfect speech to text as well. Nobody makes any mistakes in pronunciation. Everything is understood correctly when it's now it's huge problem to blocked so noteworthy we are experiencing today. This sets after analysts expectations in your minds of viewers of what voice can do today and as garcia problem and then on the complete other side of the spectrum we would waste can do today and dads being taken as a joke and some of the tv series in the movies were. It's been mostly portrayed at these things can do basically nothing and then why use them and that's obvious for our industry so let's talk about.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

Self Made Strategies

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

"To be creative to come up with a new business model yet. No solving problems require creativity. So you know i. I was actively involved in starting small businesses and running them and frankly after about twenty five years of it. I just i got to the point where i was burnt out in terms of starting and running them so now. I'm in a position. Where i get to come alongside other witness. What they're doing. And i was a consultant for a while. That was basically an executive for higher. I was raising some money and running some alternative income funds and things like that for a couple of small companies but i found a found that being pigeonholed into. This was my job and doing this. I got burned out and just said this isn't fun so now by being an author I'm an entrepreneur again. Not only do. I have to dream up the product as you know a work of fiction. I now have to learn how to market the book how to sell publish. How to distribute how to use social media. And i get to step back into the college a traditional business road. I came from in the role of an adviser and an investor. So for me. It's nurturing a desire to be creative that that's where. I'm finding my real joy super bowl and this may be a little bit of me myself literally asking you this but hopefully the listeners. Also find this interesting one. How do you personally keep your creative muscles. You know kind of growing and in staying motivated for lack of better term and for you you know. What's your process in terms of your. You've got the business side. The business hat that you wear. You've got the author hat now. Now you've got different tasks sort of pulling at the different not only your schedule but at different parts of your brain at different times. How do you personally manage that as well Well i don't have any secrets to that. I'll i try to do what everybody else does. And that is. I tried to Be disciplined my time and not be easily distracted and it's difficult but i'd say you know continuing to.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on Things Above

Things Above

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on Things Above

"You're trying to build character through giving people opportunity to space for the spirit to work in their lives and as a character transformation and that's the kind of people that become told people create tolls cultures told cultures. Help other people become our tove. Tober talk they now. You mentioned you know you. Just mentioned kelly but also You're associate pastor but So you write a lot in the book. About how a tove church will empower women Why is that something that even needs to be said. Because i of course in my tradition. I'm united methodist. That's we long. Settled that issue but You mentioned those times in the book. Why did you want to make that clear point. Well as part one of my missions for about twenty five years in my teaching career to why i I began theological studies. I was. I was in favor of women's ordination. I wasn't a advocate. And i said someone time in class long ago a student came up and said we don't need your support to handle this all and it kind of scares me and i went. I went silent on the issue. And i realized later that she was raw that people who have platforms and power half to open up space for women and we have to do it by getting out of the way and by giving women are spaces. I would say the same about african americans. Latin americans asian mayor. We need to use our platform. Make it available to other people share. So i have i have a mission to encourage and to empower women to use their gifts and to do it. I can't help them. Use those gaps. So i i bring this up. It's not an agenda in the book in the sense that it drives it. It comes up. i think is appropriate. I would like to brought up racism etcetera but you can only do so much in one book and i believe that a cult heart of these you is that in toxic cultures women suffer the most. They're the ones who are abused by power who are sexually abused and violently abused in physical relationships and so we believe that a total culture is a culture where women will be treated with dignity and respect and their gifts will be honored and they will flourish and so i felt like it had to come up. Yeah i'm saying amen left. And right and it's so true so many levels. Well here's a great phrase from the book. I love on page one. Nineteen i started highlighted double highlighted it but this phrase the a toll. Churches is a grace based family of.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"Talked to her all the time. Talk to her about everything in anything. There weren't any boundaries of what i wouldn't talk to her about. I assumed that i would talk to her about anything. And everything and i get annoyed her and wanted more boundaries. I wanted to feel less obligated. I wanted to feel like more free. But i don't think i had it in my mind that that thing to be aware out i was complaining about it but not really believing it. Whatever change like it was like and it was about the obligation to share to. I didn't make the connection yet. I just felt. I felt emotionally responsible for everyone in my life at that time but my mother and father in particular and so i was constantly like really from the time teenager kind of asking them. I knew liberate me from this responsibility. Can you can you tell me that. I don't have to take care of you. I don't think i actually said those words that kind of thing. It should have been a lot of different ways and it took me now. I can say probably about twenty five years to realize that that's something that no one could give me so is going after them looking for permission to be myself to prioritize myself to take care of myself just to give some credit to my parents. I'm pretty sure they both. It leads some of the time. We're like shooter jess like be free. You know like it wasn't it's not like there was such unconscious toxicity. That i i had to do it all myself. And i think that's important to say like both my parents are therapists. They're incredibly conscious loving people. They're really smart. They're incredibly fun and interesting people there like i feel so blessed to have had them as parents end. I was carrying around all kinds of baggage. I had associated with them in that. I do believe kim down through lineage. it's not like. I just made up the idea to get dependent in this way from came from.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

"This series will be dedicated to the personalities who have been working in the italian wine sector in the us. Their experiences challenges and personal stories. I'll cover the roads that they walked shedding light on current trends business strategies and their unique branson. So thanks for listening in. And let's get to the interview. Hello and welcome to this week's issue of get. Us market ready with talion wind people. I'm steve right. And this week we're pleased to have onboard. Dan kratzer who is especially important at of the colorado market. One of the things. We're trying to do in this. Podcast is to focus on a little light on markets. That don't get much attention when people think about the. Us market oftentimes new york san francisco la miami chicago. Houston dallas get the most attention but there's huge opportunities for all. It's not just italian. Certainly italian wants to in these smaller markets and recognize it. we call him the smaller markets. That doesn't mean they are small market so so much for the intro. Happy to have. Dan bats here. Dan why don't you give us a little brief bio of your experience in the industry. Steve thanks for having me a pleasure to be on from the snowing rocky mountains. We thrive in this market considered to be secondary. But i think everybody's realizing how important it is to especially italian wine. And what a pleasure to share the enthusiasm for italian wine with you today to as well. I've been in the industry for about twenty five years from restaurants distributors importers and now. Fortunately i can do my own portfolio. I've got about twenty to twenty five producers that i'm working with all italian and Really thriving this market with them not just in colorado but we're in key markets in the region and expanding as long as the market is opening up more and more. We're really excited about the future of the restaurant industry which some point we were really concerned about. So we're recording that sinn early to mid march and anticipated by the time this is broadcast. The world's gonna be opened up a lot. More tells a bit about the portfolio the kind of producer specializing by the cavity wines and spirits or just mines in from what countries in what types of producers wellbeing being in the industry for quite some time i forced quite a few relationships in starting out on my own. It was quite easy to reach out for some old friends and Find their passions especially to need to cap alina in kesselman awarding chianti classical producer. A friend of mine. Alex is the general manager and winemaker. That i've known in hat drink merola with the thirty years ago and So he's doing his passion project so when when we connected. That was the first one that brought to the us as a small importer. It's kind of frightening to take on chianti classic because there's so many fantastic historic brands in the market and When working with passionate people as sure as a lot easier to go into the market and share the quality and the drive. If you will were specifically sandra maisy and from there took the portfolio and really focused on sanjay z. Or you know. Meaning other other producers. Through alex or some other friends that i know i've put together portfolio reaches all key regions. I always have had the motto of drink ability in so i found a portfolio that i feel just about every wine. We have has a great drink ability. And i think that's really the trend in the marketplace interesting choice of word. I used to do a little bit in the beer industry. And that's a common word. And i guess it means enjoyable to drink without having to think too hard about it. So so how. Many producers have in the portfolio right now twenty two producers at this point obviously talking to some some new people that are emerging. But i'm not restricting the portfolio to just italy. It's always been my my. I love my first passion working with wine around the globe. I think it's important to seek out opportunity and realize just the talent that's coming. A lot of the generations are for being passed in the sons and daughters are taking the reins and when you visit the wineries. It's really interesting. Because you tour the properties in tour the wineries with the young guys always over the back of your shoulder you can see. You know the dad. And grandad checking out if The next generation is showing everything properly inches thick. So cut to the chase about when i think a lot of people are listening to this podcast. I'm sure you get calls from suppliers and a lot of them are what i would call uninformed cold calls. How do you deal with those. And how do you figure out who you're interested in. Do you consider the co- call that come in. Would you only consider like when you go to in italy or get referrals. So how'd you make decisions at bringing the coal causer now typically just emails. But i think it's important to at least have a look at everything i think there's there's such a cutting edge historic industry. That's happening right now. People are trying new things but at the same time. There's an important renaissance if you will of what's happening in the industry as far as that terminology we're using as far for drinking ability and i personally don't wanna feel like a pass up on an opportunity or find a new discovery or even a revival of something that's been historic so i always take a good look at it. Obviously you want something to fit the portfolio sort of enhance and keep the portfolio alive. But at the same time you know. Something's just don't fit or things. Don't dumb make sense for me personally. I think there's a lot of a lot of us. you know. A lot of people say there's an army of importers out there and i think it's true you know if it doesn't fit for me i think if it's a lot of people yellow so the fundamental challenge angling with a couple of clients. Now they're dealing with this is they're looking for an importer handling you. Ask them. Tell me about your brand usually starts out and make really great but are not the initial issue because the law level of quality expected of these is pretty high. What differentiates in my mind. People who are coming and talking to me do they have an understanding of us market. Do they understand the person they're talking to and what their needs may be. And so i always tell people look gonna website. Police look away. Their portfolio only italian brands and your from australia coco. And if you do a little homework and you come to that importer and say okay. I see you. you've got everybody included. But you don't have any wants okay. Now you have a subject that you can talk to the important with your speculating about all of the market. But it's also talking about there. It's the importers needs as opposed to producer's needs to just find an cucumber time. Yeah i would agree with that for sure but at the same time if if for example i have quite a few sandra daisy specialist in my portfolio. And i've got some of the top winemakers carlo farini which with this his personal project. Joe you know he's a sandra maisy luminary if you well and if he came to me and said well you know i'm i'm also making sanjay's it'd be very difficult for me to take a look at but on the other side i've got you know someone on talking to now that's in that that's quite interesting to me. Because grenache is very drinkable. From france someone trying to elevate the grape in the region. Because it's been there for quite some time unknown to me. I thought it was something new. That was transplanted. But it has been there for quite some time and that that's interesting as an addition to the portfolio it It's you make a very good point you know. Take a look at what people are doing. What their philosophy is as far as going to market and You know have the conversation instead of the cold call or pushy. Sort of our winds are great type of conversation. Talk about your own philosophy from the vineyard that speaks to me. It's all about stories right. I mean everybody's talking about that social media and everything else and the beauty of anyone but certainly italian wines. Nobody else has the same story if your former producing.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"Nicer clothes. But it doesn't matter whether you have a a two hour suit on your birthday suit or million dollar suit if you're miserable trigon wreck. Well that's that's who you are no matter what you're wearing no matter what you starring in moscow famous or popularly are the next you know you hear it on some some newsline when dating hung themselves. Well what the hell's is watching a show the other day seem so happy yeah He's been practicing that smile and that bullcrap for about twenty five years until he finally hung themselves. That's why these things happen cokes. Because those strokes have not done anything to confront their inner demons. Their past issues live in a falsehood living the dream. Now they're going into acting in all kinds of other stuff with allows them to continue to live that way you know to appoint a rare. You don't need the drugs. Help them push them over in many cases. You're i don't know if you noticed. Some of these people committed suicide. There have any drugs in his system so apparently that didn't have anything to do with anything. They're not even alcohol. Ix but they're still doing this off at the height the gravy height of their careers. So how'd you gonna my people that are in denial and miserable. They haven't them what's necessary and in the end it hurt themselves and their families in the end the art. Don't be one of those people. Okay cre- yourself. Use writing used confession. Talk to other people if you have to if you need any see somebody professional. There's nothing wrong with that either because anything that's gonna help you become a better person a happier person. A more free person is going to make that much of a greater artist rather than having to be miserable thinking that that's a good thing because it's not a good thing it's an unhealthy thing and we'll talk about that other shows the head where there's this whole sexy thing about you know if you're poor and miserable and hateful and stuff. You're going to become some some great artists or something. It doesn't work that way. Some people have just the natural genius so whatever they going through a separate from that okay. Who's a guarantee you. If you go to some girl and get spurned all right and then get really mad and cook your ear off. You're not going to be painting. Van gogh okay.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"That's amazing now. Why is your number one. Favourite show to bend. This is a funny one. Because i haven't watched television for about twenty five years when my son was four and was served leaving the sesame street shining time station sort of well. I didn't really liked what he was likely to get into. Returned off cable for about ten years. And i have just completely lost the ability to watch television so i want to feel youtube videos. If i'm getting something. I watch lectures documentaries. But i am totally incapable of binging. That's probably for the best. If not why accent but yeah. That just happened years ago. So i i sit around the table. Were with bunch of people who start talking about what shows. They've been binging on netflix. And stuff and i'm just lost. It goes right overhead. He probably get a lot of time back. Not how you know. Because i know you have a lot of different interests as well and i'm sure i don't know where people find the time to do this. I yeah and so. What is your favorite social distancing. Activity probably knitting. Yeah i spent a lot of time working with my hands while. I'm listening to them listening to books. Whatever i tend to always have something going in my hands quoted for many years net. A hike i. I love hiking in a limited beautiful area. Yeah by husband. And i get in the car. We go look for birds to photograph. We just drive around. Let's say we saw the snowy owl today. So that's that's been enjoyable for us to be. He took up bird taffy pandemic activity and it's very challenging of policy. So i'm the driver. We just throw the back country roads and spend time together a got my binoculars. And he's got his cameron we go convert. So that's that would be wonderful things we've done to get through the pandemic. That sounds like so much fun and truly challenge living in central florida. We have pretty high raptor population and you cannot. It's very difficult to get a photo. Any of the birds will fly away as soon as they see use. I think that's so incredible to have that hobby to Especially the snowy owl. I think that is so cool. It is yeah. They're absolutely spectacular. Absolutely now we're in our listeners. Find you find the book and connect with you okay. Have i started blogging. At the beginning of my cancer journey and started a website at martha. Tutton more dot com. So it's just my name And the blog is there this information about the book. There's some evidence that supports the kito and fasting sort of approach to cancer. And i'm putting blocks probably couple types of month. Some of us now is recipes that the book was released in november. It's called hacking chemo. Using ketogenic diet therapeutic fast a kick ass attitude to power through cancer and it's available on amazon as both an e book in a print.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Naturist Living Show

The Naturist Living Show

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on The Naturist Living Show

"And that's that's unfortunate that so much effort could be point to something and it could be ruined By a few busy bodies our some very loud or allowed minority of people And it's unfortunate that he hasn't had the opportunity to try it again but it does work. It does work very very well out on the other side of the atlantic from me in the uk British nature them which has been quite successful for many years Doing all kinds of things has been renting A very large waterpark. For i think about twenty five years in fact they rent several now and it's a very successful event. And so i got together with mark bass who is currently the president of british nature them to hear all about it So welcome to the show So mark you are. The president of british nature is at right. Yes that's correct and Thank you for inviting me to come alone. Oh my player. And how long have you been president So i've been president for coming up to two years before i was vice chair for a while so a year and a half so about three years in total. What we're talking about today as you know is the renting of Not just pools but entire waterpark. Can it's something that british nature has been doing for a number of years that right Very much so So we're actually talking about going back Decades so we've got relationships with with walter pox. That's going back twenty five years and so it's not a particularly new phenomena in this country and that sort of continued relations with does become increasingly important so particularly in in the challenging times. Where as we already said. The leisure industry might be facing difficulties. The fact that we are well known and valued customer. I actually carries a lot of weight because it means that we are supporting those venues in the same time that they are hosting us so it goes back a fair bit of time. But do you know how it got started. So the oldest relationship was started out of clubs approaching a particular venues so one of our talks. Women's world swelled in stock nature has been running it for five or six years. Something like that but before that it was run by a club so we were interests and so they were running it for quite a few years and i think the work connections even before that so. I don't have the history because now going back a couple of decades style it's tended to start at most nature's did at the club level which is then grown as the organizations and federations of grown. So there's really expanded over time. So why didn't that continue the club level whited british nature. Take that over so one of the big obstacles that we face with water parks is simply the cost For for exclusive use of awards pocket is expensive than this. Never gonna any getting away from that so at the time when they were struggling to bring in the numbers to make it financially viable that concluded that maybe we can have to let this go But they approach british nature ism and of course as a national the federation does have a better advertising structure a better marketing capacity so but and could take tova and keep it going and get the numbers through the door that needed needed to make it financially viable so the decision was largely financially driven. So you talking about numbers. Can you put some numbers what what does a what does it cost and what you need. How many people do you need to make it work So we need such a clear. What's pocket gunson needs Two hundred more likely three hundred people to To make you break even because normally pockets running capacity of around two thousand people so that's a lot of people So we're talking about small swim. That's clearly not in the same ballpark So we're talking thousands of pounds To hire the venue unbegot pay. That's up front as the as the going right for exclusive use and then it's then down on the organization whether it's the federation or the club to make sure that they get enough people come to swim to recoup that investment so just for everybody was listening one british pound as in february of twenty twenty one. Or we're recording. This is about a dollar seventy five canadian and a dollar forty american so Even bigger numbers in in those currencies. But obviously it had to be a success. Or you wouldn't have kept doing it. So what what kind of numbers where you getting So we typically get around three hundred A time of these things sometimes we'll get Unimproved attendance because so the times. You don't miss the target so duty to be realistic and think about the long term plan and just try to hit An an an averaging come this to make it financially. Viable everytime spilling jim jimmy hitching three hundred mark. And it's just a one day event. Is that correct yes Yes generally the water parks of course because of they they tend to be. I'd hoped for a number of hours off than the full day. And i think the certainly aspect here when we're thinking about sort the costs involved because if a waterpark is planning to be closed in an evening it's an all too easy for them to give us a price at which is feasible because we're not competing with ip cows so this still social hours but it's not we're not trying to compete with that that peaking come so that means you can you can hire the the venues exclusively for for a feasible cost. Still got a number of hours which justifies people travelling a reasonable distance to attend. So when you talk about A water park. Of course people may not have or may have different ideas about what that means It's what kind of amenities do you have available to you when you rent one of those places surf if i was describing awards park howard use. The defining characteristic is is got slides. So we're talking the big water parks that will have a number of flu looms and these sorts of things so of course in addition to the pool while they'll usually have though usually have the support structure said the cafeterias The baas these sorts of things and we would normally have have these facilities open because some of the people that will come to a waterpark event. Will want to be riding around on the flames or all evening. Other people don't do that they won't have it's of a child. They won't tell some time out so making sure that you got the facilities. Have the cafe open. Nations people can sit down and have a chat with a cup of tea becomes very important and so we'll always have all of those things going on at the same time and you know people thinking of british weather. These places are indoors right For the most part A number of the water parks have outdoor sections and because the world is heated is actually wonderful to be able to sit outside in the code in the warm in the evening. That's wonderful experience but.

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"about twenty five years" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"about twenty five years" Discussed on Insureblocks

"A consulting boutique consulting company and also the vp of black governance for a supply chain and logistics startup excellent. No thank you for that denise. Happy yourself tom thank you. Lead raimondo. technology consultants meyer. My educational background is in engineering electrical engineering computer science and mechanical engineering and specialized in cybersecurity consulting for about twenty five years. Now helping clients get better at cybersecurity. In recent years. I extended my scope into blockchain consulting..

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