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S6 E11 - This is what it's like living with someone with PTSD. . . - Full Episode

Courage to Fight Again

29:01 min | 8 months ago

S6 E11 - This is what it's like living with someone with PTSD. . . - Full Episode

"All right you ready. I actually hit record this time here. We go so in the most recent episode of the podcast season six episode ten. I sat down with my wife patricia. I talked to her about the challenges. She has faced in dealing with multiple mental health diagnoses over the years and right after we published that episode. We received an excellent recommendation from a listener. Asking us to tackle the topic of what it's like living with someone with ptsd. And i think patricia. And i are uniquely suited to tackle this since both of us. Have this diagnosis in in. Its for completely different reasons. This episode is going to be an unfiltered. Look at what. It's like to live with someone with post traumatic stress disorder and by way of introduction. This is the we served now. What podcast where. I do my best to answer the questions. Veterans and their families are already asking so you can make your post military life. Your best life money erin perkins. I'm a. us army combat veteran daddy to two amazing kiddos host of this podcast. If you hadn't guessed. And i am joined today again by my beautiful bride patricia. Welcome back to the show thank you. I'm so glad to be here. Well good good so it's been a couple weeks right and last time we talked about the treatments. You're getting and things like that for depression. Talk to us a little bit before. We're gonna dive into the. Ptsd topic talked us a little bit. About how those are going those are going. I'm not going to be very honest. they're painful. I think Winning expecting almost a miracle. I mean you you let somebody shock your head for twenty minutes a day. You expect something but it's actually made my depression a little worse. They said that's normal. It can get worse before it gets better. So actually they're going to re map tomorrow and see if there's a different place. They need to put the magnet. But i think it's gonna go all right. Yeah we hope we hope and pray as well trained for this for that. This works in putting you through a lot of distress but like you said pain to try to to address the depression right. And so that's that's just one part of what can be a result of ptsd another city but the actually brit really brings up our our first thing to talk about is. Let's talk about ptsd a little bit. What it is. And how. I understand it. How do you understand. ptsd how. I understand it is. I mean we all know it stands for post traumatic stress disorder and that can be from your childhood from your teen years from adulthood. Something you went through something. You saw something you experienced. That was just traumatic for you. And i know that it can you know make you. Have you know nightmares it. Can you know how you can have memories of that trauma and then you avoid situations that you know make you think of that trauma and you know a lot of even soldiers you know. They get like hyper vigilant. You know because of how it makes them feel and it can call anxiety and depression as well. I think the hyper vigilance was one of the i. I realize that i that something was wrong right. I knew i had a lot of anger in. I was like i don't know why angry like i'm i'm not in the army anymore. I thought you the anger was just part of just being in the army. You're just mad something every day. And so i thought that it would go away and it didn't in fact he got worse and it. Was that hyper vigilance piece. I always felt. I still do. But i always felt ready. This constant state of readiness hyper vigilant. That's one of the behavioral parts because there's behavioral parts psychological mood in general sleep. And then you know it you can break them all down like you know behavioral is like you know you feel agitated or irritable or hof style or hyper vigilant like you were saying or you know you start doing self destructive things like you know. Drugs are becoming an alcoholic or or if he just completely isolate yourself. That's me raise my hand right there myself psychological as you know flashbacks which i don't have those fear that comes from nowhere severe anxiety failure to trust other people. Because you don't know what's going to happen the mood part of it. You know you lose interest or pleasure in doing stuff that you used to enjoy doing right or you feel like the severe guilt or you are incredibly lonely like you have tons of people around you. You have a family that loves you but you are so lonely and it messes with your sleep. It can cause you to sleep too much. Not enough to have horrific nightmares and a lot of people have detachment from other people and like intrusive thoughts that they just can't get rid of you know that you know. They go through their day and i guess to some other people they might look like legitimate list crazy but they just have these constant like thoughts and some people have to talk it out. You know there's so many parts to ptsd. yeah. I think that's one of the challenges with even realizing that you might have it right because there's so many parts to it. Depression anxiety intrusive thoughts avoiding situations. Not sleeping sleeping too much having horrific nightmares having too much emotion having no emotion at all. There's so many things and so what i was told. People especially veterans is if if something feels off. Don't try to figure out if you have. Ptsd anxiety or depression go to mental health right and talk to the professional about it and let them figure out whether you use the va or you go out to out to in the civilian sector. You go get it checked out. Because there's there's nothing that's not going to hurt you to go get it checked out right and that was a question that i was going to ask you. Is you know like when did you realize you had ptsd. I think it was what year wise was twenty seventeen. I got out and twenty. Fourteen of twenty seventeen anger progressively got worse. The hyper vigilance. And what. I say hyper vigilance. I i don't mean just like you know on edge all the time and i guess that was part of it but for me it was this feeling like i'm about to go into a fight like just ready like i mean you know kind of like almost kind of like a sprinter would be at the starting line. Okay here we go all right. I'm ready. i'm ready and it was like that all the time. That sounds exhausting. It is it really really is it took i say i want to say it took a long time to get past that but truth is i'm up past that no the pd. Has these not a broken limb. You know you can't cast on it and wait six weeks and go back and get the cast off and you're good to go. No i mean people can't get past it it's it. There are stories of people who you know they had. Ptsd and to you know after a few months few years depending on situation you can't get past. It depends on the person. I think it's post traumatic growth right where you know after your trauma you become a stronger person. A bigger percent better person. I don't know if i would. I would say that people ever get over their trauma. They just they build one right in that instead of letting the letting it crush them they use it to to fuel becoming a better person in the end and the thing is it's not always a choice. I don't think this is my opinion right. I don't think it's always a choice whether you get to say like oh. I'm past the worst part of my ptsd. And i'm only headed for post traumatic growth now. I don't even think i've heard that term post traumatic growth. So i don't know. If i would be i don't know if my opinion i mean i hope that's a real thing Veteran futterman talk to me. One time so you're doing it basically you're doing to post traumatic growth thing like you like you know you start a company like you've got a great career you've got a great family you know you've got a beautiful home cars dog you've got all this stuff going for you you're doing life right you're in your a great church like you're doing all these things right and hosting this podcast you're getting so much stuff done okay and i'm like okay cool why don't it feel better yeah really i'm like okay. We'll see if this post traumatic growth. I number one. i'm happy i'm growing. I'm happy growing getting better. getting smarter. Faster stronger whatever it is. I'm happy about that part but like it is this like is post traumatic growth a destination or is it just this constantly journey. Yeah i think it's a journey in. It reminds me of what we heard in church on sunday about walking wounded. And that's what that means is like. Es your wounded mentally sometimes physically but you know ptsd is a mental disorder and your your wounded mentally but you continue to walk. Wounded is when you stop that. There's no growth And so the post traumatic growth is continuing to walk. Even though you're wounded i love. Obviously you we're in the same service. Same church service right and we were both talking about how great it was so we can ask each other. This question okay. What's it like living with me especially within. What's it like living with me. Especially when i'm experiencing some sort of triggering episode so you mentioned 2017 when you first realized that you had p. Tst then it was. You're angry and you know we tried to give you a little bit of space and like you know. Let you breathe calm down. But i think i think you have grown because now you take that space for yourself. You're like i'm going to go run or i'm going to take the dog and we're going to go hike for a few hours. I think that you know living with you. I've able to watch you grow. And and learn how coping mechanisms coping skills. And i think with. Ptsd you have to learn. Those people might not always understand them like. I'm not hiking ninety degree weather with a dog. It's not happening but three you that works that would trigger trigger something not. Ptsd that would trigger anger. It has nothing to do with. Ptsd you you. You've joined small groups that you guys run and you know for exercise in general for you just really helps you a lot of that. Is you know twenty seventeen. We had just moved to alabama and things weren't going the way we wanted them to and life was just really stressful right. And you hadn't even been diagnosed yet. sure sure. So you've you've grown okay. So i don't even ask this question. What do you like living with me. It's amazing it's amazing. I love it. Let next question experiencing some sort of triggering episode. Well i've told you this before but as a man as a husband i feel. It's my duty my job to keep you happy. You know and so a lot of times i think. Ptsd manifests itself in your life as overwhelming depression and crippling anxiety right. And there's not a single thing i can do about it so for me. It's not that living with you is better or worse. Y you know with a triggering episode. It's that my hands are tied right. And so i think it's super frustrating. Because i'm like. I see a problem my wife is in. It's not just unhappy. You know it's like she. Has this a legitimate mental diagnosis. A mental condition that. I can't do anything to fix Frankly doctors can't do anything to fix every single part of that right and that conversation we've had many times because you're like i just want to fix it and i'm like doctors i have and they can't fix it. Release yourself up that burden. You can't fix it and that is so tough as a man who says you know what i'm here to lead my family my wife and my kids and you know kind of you know take charge and we're going to go tackle life together and that is so appreciated but sometimes you just got. It's true it's true like it's nothing you can do. Well that's not true. Okay that's not true space. Give me space. You know like like you did tonight. I had that treatment today and it made me sick today. I was actually really upset stomach today. And i'm just chilling in the bedroom lennon bed phone and you just made dinner that i did that helped i did. I logged off my computer at work and went and made dinner. It was amazing. I don't know if the dinner was amazing. But it's good good good so coming up after the break tricia and i are going to ask each other one more question. We're going to ask this question. Is there anything good about living with someone who has. Ptsd and we're gonna share several takeaways with you. Stay with us. Many americans today don't realize the stress and anxiety they feel is most likely because of their finances according to bankrate.com more than six out of ten people couldn't cover a one thousand dollar emergency seven out of ten. Don't budget regularly. An eight out of ten are living paycheck to paycheck to these describe you. Are you ready to live like others. Can't too many make the mistake of budgeting their lifestyle instead of budgeting their basic needs. I my friend. Marco over at mc business lab has a simple process to automate the basic things. You need to live and then never looking at one of those bills again. Head over to live like can't dot com to get on the wait list for his own line course to learn this automation skill that will significantly reduce your stress anxiety. And if you think one on one attention could be the way for you. You can also schedule your free consultation with marco once again that's live like others can't dot com get on the path to your dream life today all right and we are back and as promised. We're going to talk about ptsd or would keep talking about ptsd right but the question that we have for each other. Do you wanna ask it. I want me to go go ahead. Is there anything good about living with someone who has ptsd. I wrote this question. I still think it's a tough question you know i would not wish. Ptsd on anyone true. I'll start with that so with that in mind. What the good that has come out of it. It helps me to understand other people abso win. I hear about a veteran struggling with. Ptsd or a a veteran's family member or or family member or friend who is struggling with ptsd. I'm like i get it. I know how you feel. I completely understand and so for me. It's if there's anything good. It's that i can better relate to people who are going through the same frustration and anguish and honestly emotional pain when they see their loved one going through this right and i know not everyone copes. Well that's true and so this question might be difficult for some other. Some people listening you know like they're their loved when ptsd is raging alcoholic. Who's angry all the time. In what would you tell that person. That's an even to that. That in itself is even tougher. I think what. I would be telling that person is i. Can't i cannot tell you what you should be experiencing if you're living with someone with ptsd and you're like you know my spouses a raging alcoholic as a result of pd. St how do i find good in that. I can't tell you what good you should find. I i'm in no place to tell you that the only thing i can do is point you to the one that is jesus christ the principe who can give you peace in the situation and and the bible even says you know piece that passes all understanding basically piece. That doesn't make sense. So i can't tell you. This is what you should be feeling. This is what you should be experiencing. But i can recommend you to eat a formula so to speak of how to live better in that situation right and and i would add onto that to a more. You know just. I don't know. Do we say worldly. Come that. Try to under try to understand. Don't don't try to fix but like research. See how you can help your one with ptsd. Because i think not. Understanding is a part of the problem right for years i had. Ptsd and you did not. You didn't understand it in in mind would manifest in depression anxiety in the soldier new said just go exercise pushups drink water burpee strength water and i'm like you so don't get it and it was true i didn't you act totally asked you to research it to better understand it and you you did better understand it but now that you have experienced for yourself it's completely different really it. It really really is just just so different when you experience it for yourself. So i'll ask you the same question. Is there anything good about living with someone who has ptsd. I think it teaches you. How similar to what you said compassion. I mean i've always had a big heart. And i think it's because it's been broken a lot and you don't hurt anybody else because you know what that feels like you know you have more compassion. Because you know what it's like to fill abandoned or left out or or or thrown away so you're not gonna do that to anybody because if you're not a monster you're not gonna do that because you know what that feels like me and so i have probably too much compassion. My heart's honestly probably isn't too big for people. There are worse things that people not for pets. But that's a whole different. That's a big for people. Pets you can have one. That's my ocd. Am sorry that's okay. But yeah i would say me. It's compassionate and i've seen more compassionate you as well 'cause i was saying earlier when you didn't understand it you just dislike. Oh burpee and water. But now you're like. Do you want to go take a nap. You need to lay down like there's way more compassion than there was before so if if anything good can come out of such a horrific diagnosis like ptsd. I mean if you can just you know. Be patient and be kind. You can learn compassion. Sure yeah that's a really good point. So that's it for the questions right now. We honestly united had these types of conversations for year really really long time and and this is just another one of those conversations of how to how to live with someone with ptsd. What it's really like. i. I'm going to go out on a limb here. What's the worst part about living with someone with. Ptsd not knowing how they're gonna react something and so you know there's times when not recently but you know there were times i'm like oh i don't know if i want to tell him this 'cause i don't know how he's gonna react. I don't know where he's at today. You know mentally like you know. He's already got a lot on his plate. I'm kinda it's almost like an egg shells kind of thing like the. You wanna be really careful. You know so so those can be a little. And i'm sure i'm the same way i'm sure you and the kids stay away. Well i think for me and maybe for the kiddos too. I don't know but for me. It's the the worst part you know other other than the obvious of you. Know seeing my spouse going through this right but you know how it how it affects. Your frustrates me is the inability to plan. I love planning. I'm like okay. What are we going to do tomorrow. Six weeks from now five years from now and like i don't know win and might depression depression. Yeah and you're going to be like. Oh sorry man like as much as you would love to go do that. Depression is just crushed. You for that day or week or i mean there are many many times to. I'm going to say through the years that i've pushed myself. You know because. I i wanna do fun things at the family like you know. I think a lot of people feel that way. Like yeah wanna goaded disneyworld and make memories you know and you feel like that that depression creep over you and you just got to push through it as hard as it is. You just gotta you can't quit. You got to keep moving gonna walk wounded speaking of which so i know we. We referenced. The walk wounded message right. So so for those of you. Who don't know this was a message from church. The highlands with A great jura tear in this region of the country. One of the biggest in the nation as i recall got twenty plus camp twenty two twenty. Three i don't even know now. We got a bunch of campuses anyway. The the one of the pastors nikon carter. He spoke any told the story about a guy that will testament by the name of jacob who ends up wrestling with this angel and this angel as he's wrestling with jacob he he knocks jacobs jacobs hip out of socket right but jacob keeps wrestling. He's like hey. I am not going to let you go until you bless me. And so he. He eventually wins the wrestling match. The angel blesses him. And then jacob has to go meet his brother. There's whole back did this to me his brother and as he's going to meet his brother he's limping like crazy. And so even though the angels blessed and basically god putting his hand on him and saying hey like i you know i i love you. I approve of what you're doing. You know i'm blessing right now. Even though god did that he didn't heal him completely soup but jacob still had to keep moving and he had to walk wounded. Right into put in real world speak is like yeah. You can have blessings you can have all these great things in life you can have money. Houses cars land lakes pools vacation homes. But that doesn't mean you're not going to have wounds right from other people from yourself from life itself. Ptsd is usually a a life itself kind of thing so what you gotta keep walking for. Sure for sure so what's another takeaway back to. What we're saying is be patient and educate yourself. If you want to help your spouse or even yourself like okay like read just read read. How other people are doing it and that have been successful and and see how it actually manifests in your own life. Because just saying it's ptsd. I bet there some other things surrounding it that maybe you don't even know. And so educate yourself and be patient with yourself and your spouse if it's your spouse right right and somebody said this is another great takeaway. Here is give your spouse space if your spouse was the one who has the. Ptsd right give them the space they need. I will say that with the caveat if you believe. They are in danger of hurting themselves. Get the appropriate help. Absolutely this is not the your spouse said. Hey i'm gonna take my own life and then you say okay one. That's giving them space. No no no. That's not a time when you need to give them space. That's a time when there needs to be an intervention right. You know so when we're talking to give give your spouse space. it's you patricia. Saying yeah take your dog for hike. Its ninety degrees. go ahead. i'm not with you. I'll be in the pool right. Yeah right yeah gopher run go go do something to to just relax to take that. Take the edge off so to speak. Then so give your spouse space. I think is a really really great takeaway there so anything else any other takeaways. We should share with our audience today. I don't know. I think we've covered it. I mean just to walk wounded. Hold their hand while they're walking did. Oh may that's the that'll pre treat there. that's good. That is so good well patricia again. So much for coming on the show really really appreciate. I know you didn't feel great today but you muscled through it and i'm so so glad you did. I know our listeners grew be happy as well and obviously on this show. We ask a lot of questions that we do our best to answer a lot of questions and we all have a lot of questions but the most important question we can ask ourselves is this. Have i accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith. In jesus christ will thank you so much for listening. Be sure to follow social media. Facebook occurred to fight again. Same thing on instagram and twitter ad courage again. You can pick up. A copy of my book resolve at courage to defied again dot com or also on amazon. It has been such a pleasure sharing our hearts in this conversation with you today until next time. Thanks for listening.

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66 Days Of Feelings With Nicole Klassen

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:51 min | 10 months ago

66 Days Of Feelings With Nicole Klassen

"Semi call. When did you first start thinking that. Maybe you were drinking a little bit too much and you want to make a change in how. How much were you drinking. And i had about a period of your app to. When i actually start i actually start with. I was considering stopping drinking an playing without the onion. That yet it really became thought wasn't drinking a lot. And i thought it was a normal drinker but in something something was saying no this is not right and when i realized how much i was actually drinking i was drinking about five or six days of the week out of seven When actually sat down with of most of the time. I was drinking a bottle of wine by myself at nights and then on weekends i would have a big splurge like friday will be two bottles of wine And then maybe what else is around. All on saturday. All its Your would be would be more but Yeah a minimum of a bottle in in in one session of drinking and I i never wanted to be an everyday drink because there was. That's what i considered. A problem not realized that five six days a week. Out of seven He's anti-israeli problematic. Because you're never regained recovering. And what was the older you get your hangovers along as well. So you're not giving your body enough time to re both Each time and binging has particularly from what i've read and understood Particularly of bad effects on serotonin levels levels abso-. I would offer on a sunday evening to monday. I'm i would have sunday blues in hang zeiss by time. Monday came Which have of course strived to cure with. Having drinks on a sunday

Women Making A Difference In The Community

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

03:09 min | 10 months ago

Women Making A Difference In The Community

"Ladies. Thank you for joining me today here. Yeah it's great to get time to sit down with you guys you know. It seems like we were talking about before we jumped on. The schedules are crazy right now. It almost seems like it's busier now than it ever was before all running in different directions. So it's nice to get a few minutes to sit down and chat. I was wondering if we could jump in. And maybe start with you chris because There's a a very long history between our companies that may even go back and predate you some extent so back thirty plus years ago. My mom worked with richie on the It was his first location for believe it was everything. Yogurt won't think they landed on the staten island mall back. Then you know going back. Three decades plus and watching what you've grown into a several hundred acre amazing campus millions of square feet of hotel hospitality restaurants offices. What has it been like. You know being part of a team. That's grown so exponentially over the last thirty years. Well i've been so blessed to know. The nicole davis since nineteen ninety eight when i worked elsewhere awesome just i knew them as magnificent. Staten islanders and abso- impressed with them as business. People came to work with them in two thousand and eight. And since then i will say that they. They are wonderful business. People there magnanimous people. They're also great teachers. So james one of the things that's been such the the benefit that i can't list in the employee handbook is how much i've learned from them every single day since i started here If i'm being honest and candid nothing in my career or education would have would have said a perfect fit to work in real estate and hospitality. My degrees were in it But what they do is they have such vision. And i think going back to those everything yogurt days you could see it then in nineteen seventy six to say you know what the fast food market is missing healthy food back in the seventies when would to S food chain in. We have very limited offering. You wouldn't be getting a side salad. That's for sure but richard nicole tra- saw an opening in the market. And that really has been the thing that has been the game for them. So yes your mom was wonderful and finding you know working with them on that location for the mall. Their first location ever for their franchise was near wall street in manhattan So you know. The magnificent thing is to see them. Staten islanders with You know taking loans building a business through risk and hard work and building it to as you said a four hundred acre five hundred employees one and a half million square foot asset to our

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Payment trends making noise: What we learned at MPE 2021

PPRO Podcast

08:44 min | 11 months ago

Payment trends making noise: What we learned at MPE 2021

"Today's episode we will be recapping. Our thoughts on merchant payment ecosystem n. p. is the event for those in the payments world. Historically it's taken place in berlin but in line with all other events With the majority of twenty twenty and twenty twenty one m p. e. was a virtual event this year So like to kick off the podcast with talking about what was the thoughts on kind of the the virtual or event. How did it compare to previous years. Did you miss the the nice berlin vibe. I'm i'm i'm i'm happy to start off. Think it's a it's a bit of a is also pros and cons with its. I think ultimately all of us and sounds especially to myself who are more sales focused commercially focus in the business. Were we're looking forward to the next face to face events that's for sure for us Socializing berlin going for drinks at the end of the day is certainly something that we look forward. But in saying that it's been it's been an interesting Pasta months especially in trade around. Because there's been a few pros to some of these shows actually quite a few It's already has been been back. The overall we're looking forward to going back to to the shows But it's been it's been a lot of learnings. I think we've experienced from the virtual. Try to just one last thing to add. I think you raise a good point that the platforms of kotok. Certainly there weren't there in pre pandemic world so that's pretty huge pro because we can start using that and other shows and i think we might start seeing a lot on its micro shrimps popping up signs big face to face shows that that might happen on an annual basis but it makes it a little bit tricky for for for us who Eventually presenting these shows because the type of content that you have to present in virtual environments the type of discussions that you're having in a virtual environment a very different to the discussion that you'll be having face to face environment. It's you have to be tayla What you're doing in women's comp- residents who have fifteen minutes slots and that's that's all you got. That's the The idea attention span that you get from your audience in the day. Battling everything from e mails to call to putting a little station in between a whole bunch of meetings that happened. The day competed in the old days where they're mocking a whole day. Because they're face to face gray. And i mean i guess in in general are historically what's been the format of m. p. es at similar to you know a bunny twenty twenty or what makes it such a an important in big event in the world of payments. I think i think from from n. P. e. standpoint one of the big One of the big attractions for russes of business to attendance is is the fact that it's actually a That's on a smaller scale. Compared to money twenty twenty minute reading twenty covers a variety of vote of payments gang Again to t- who risk for example whereas whereas m. p. e. is focus showed from that perspective is one is the attendees. That's ten show us. And our our direct contacts you ultimately were wanting to engage with and speak to a long time those margins good much good new shows that are being sold at Whereas a long time there's a law content allow really useful stuff can take on board. Take back to that headquarters. Whatever is an actually utilize information and not get the noise of game Solutions insulted abso-. I think actually that this this much broadening physical better than someone like us exactly. I mean i think you've you've raised a good point. That's also an opportunity for some of these shows going forward in that a lot of great content is being generated. But it's not being reused a lot of the time you go to a show if you can't attend to toll oxygen ten wine and you miss out on the second tool called the second topic whereas because it's virtual it's being recorded it's on the right platform. They're almost creating payments netflix. Could you can just station will be watchful. The talks to rewatch the ones that into you. If accents which is which is a big opportunity on on the one side so from the merchants attending shows it was proved to be great successor. Difficult for us to tell because we're on the other side. Yeah i mean. I think it from my perspective speaking on these virtual events. It's really hard not to be able to see the audience. And i think you know every one of us who attends the has been attending these events. Mrs being able to really see people and engage in that aspect. It's been difficult. Some some positives negatives but he i mean hopefully perhaps next year we can go back to the physical events and who knows maybe though tak- hybrid approach. But i mean getting into kind of mpe this year so took place between the twenty second to the twenty fifth of february. What were some of the key takeaways for you. Both i mean there were quite a few key takeaways but for me one of those important ones and we might sound like a bit of a broken record because it's been one of the topics But it's definitely being the just the overall rise of digital payments ecosystem and it's not not digital payments in that Online in a digital environment. It's it's the stepping away from a traditional omni channel approach and embiid digital payments in face to face type environments introducing. Qr codes into at based payments for micronutrients for example are becoming very popular and having these solutions available to everyone. They've been available for years and other parts of the world but europe in the us other a wasting economies. Just never they never took them on. There was never a priority. And i think because of what's happened over the last year We were now really starting to see the impact of digital. I approached payments can't versus nominee channel. Approach where you have digital on the one side you have face to face appoint the other. It's actually everything's digital advocates it to that from a first Was the consensus that this was primarily driven by cova and in the past twelve months this push towards truly digital almost like a digital omni experience. So what types. Yeah yeah. I think i think it was a it was quite impressive because everything happened. Lost year everybody. Wins with virtual loss. Jared lockdown and there was a lot of talk about digitally native and there was a lot of toll cabal it's a digital first approach online payments this huge shift towards ecommerce and what we saw was a massive shift to ecommerce Ness of shift to the merchants and the pavement plays. Who were in the right position at the right time to capitalize on it so i think they saw me spike in volume. This'll great traction. But this year. I think what we've seen is is more of a liberal divide in. That's a lot of other players out. There have adapted their solution to take advantage of not only the rise in traditional e calms but also the point to sail payments bringing them online bringing other plays into the realm and it was a it was showed that actually look done in the industry within a year and there was really a huge transportation in how payments businesses bow their product.

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Is Biden Delivering on His Climate Promises?

The Ten News

01:28 min | 11 months ago

Is Biden Delivering on His Climate Promises?

"His twenty twenty campaign. President biden promised move fast on environmental protections. Now that he's been in office for a few months. How's he doing on that promise. I want to hear everything well. So far his administration is added eighteen new regulations and overturned twenty policies that environmental groups like the audubon society and the natural resources. Defense council opposed now toll. Cain they've stopped a coppermine from operating in arizona. After local native american tribes argued it could endanger sacred sites and sensitive habitats administration. Also pump the brakes on a decision to slash three million acres of northern spotted owl habitat. At least for now maybe the biggest decision. So far was ending the permit to finish the keystone excel pipeline. Which was supposed to carry crude oil from alberta canada all the way to the southern states in the gulf coast. Why is that a big deal. Well environmentalists were against the pipeline from the beginning over safety concerns and the increased greenhouse gases that the pipeline would release into the atmosphere. It also threatens the water supply and lands of the rosebud sioux tribe and other native peoples. Is there more work to do abso lutely. But everything's gotta start somewhere right

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Bitcoin surpasses $50,000 for first time as major companies jump into crypto

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Bitcoin surpasses $50,000 for first time as major companies jump into crypto

"The price of bitcoin briefly topped fifty thousand dollars for the first time yesterday doubling in value in less than two months. Here's our reporter caitlin off on one of the big factors driving the rally. We've seen a lot of companies that have started putting their faith in bitcoin. And saying we're going to start holding a little bit of it. We've seen institutional investors and asset managers. Say you know. Bitcoin's been around for more than ten years now. We think that it can actually have a use case in portfolios until we're going to get exposure to bitcoin if not by outright and you've also had trading platforms and also general apps like cap. Say we're going to let people actually hold and use cryptocurrencies. While until you've seen the option of it kind of abso- d- area of uses just become more and more common

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Show #45  "2 Acts 85' Style"  Jay Leno, and O'Brian & Valdez - burst 2

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Show #45 "2 Acts 85' Style" Jay Leno, and O'Brian & Valdez - burst 2

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FinTechs Pandemic Pivot with Cross River CEO Gilles Gade

KindredCast: Insights From Dealmakers & Thought Leaders

06:42 min | 1 year ago

FinTechs Pandemic Pivot with Cross River CEO Gilles Gade

"Hi everyone is Rei and welcome back to kindred casts I'll sitting down today with my friend Jill gave the founder President and CEO of Fintech powerhouse and Unicorn Cross riverbank crossover was started by Jill two, thousand eight as one branch bank located teaneck new. Jersey. At the technology company now, powers companies like affirm circle best a coin based rocket loans stripe of star and transfer wise at are backed by big investment from Ktar, a French battery ventures, Andriessen, and Lyari. Issue over the past twelve years, the firm has grown to three hundred fifty employees providing over thirty billion dollars in loans over eighteen million customers, and during the crisis crossover helps nearly two hundred thousand small businesses would be yuan's through the paycheck protection program, which really puts it in the company of the big banks like Bank of America Vicki Morgan Wells Fargo Right? They're pretty impressive and very helpful to our overall recovery drinks endemic last two years it was named the most innovative bank to work for. Job GonNa try to give you a run for your money on that one here line. But I WANNA wish you. A Happy New Year it's a real pleasure and honor to kick off the year in the Jewish calendar fifty, seven, eighty, one podcast, and as I like to say when you have gone for over five, thousand seven hundred, eighty years, there's downs, ups and Dowse said via a shot at the by pleasure to. Today. It's real pleasure. We've. Meeting of last year's restaurants and and peers of isolation and zooms that in person you're one of my first meetings safety and security and I really wanted to stay closed during this dynamic given how busy you've been thus give everyone a background here because I really think through cross. River. Everyone here is going to get a lens of not only the fintech universe and where. We're going in banking what we've come from, but also what has been going on on the ground during the period in helping so many businesses on Main Street get back on their feet again, and that's really why this is such a story around business and building value but also round helping people around a real heartening narrative that I really wanted to to bring out here to. Tell us how the company was founded. In An Giang aid is a quite an unusual and interesting story towns came to be across different, very ginning. Sure. So I don't want to log on the history because I think the more recent stories much more fascinating just trying to help two hundred, thousand small businesses get back on their feet. As, been. Me Crowley the biggest side, my career and I think probably would be the highlight those anybody spuria stage. So something that's we're very proud of York buster the go back in time. So I came to the United States in Paris fries whenever airs went to school there worked a little bit I was actually analysts that CPR venture capital in Paris. Working on. Some of the first. Time nineteen eighty, nine, hundred ninety in Europe actually, and then crossed the Atlantic came in Nineteen ninety-one go to job at bear stearns I was in International. Working on. Of. Banks insurance companies. So that was my first foray on shown initial services got very fortunate. I. Wide. I landed in finishing the group at bear stearns and our retrospect you gentlemen standing of our God does things and just put. So you know some pebbles along the way that one day you're going to be caught to inspire where you heading in. Then I took a Atas when I got married and I went to learn fouls. Wow Yeah Joe Jr ethics, which is a commentary on the on Jewish law. In companion. I did ask a couple of years came back to of making this time. The only job I could land was open difficult to give back to the market I worked for Barclays Capital. Zoom one of the Thomas Tell you that made you on jump back into banking. More by necessity. With all the day will undoubtedly the feedback I needed to go back to work I. Think. All my life savings where it's only exhausted it's not a life that was prepared to date or the rest of my life. So regretfully, so because it's it's really fascinating as size definitely intellectually stimulating. Question about it but I still enjoy doing it. By the way I still earned every single day studying law in this is something that will stay with me Probably you know for the rest of my life. A lot of good business lessons and haven't company in the home. Absolutely I mean there's definitely a concepts of humility ethics respective others listening to the position particularly respecting the physician and there's always a counterpoint that. Is Truly a hundred centre-right nobody's abso-. Medium. Or these always way and ruth compromise, and this is only a life lesson that is invaluable. And by the way, you know any book that I've Read Entrepreneur and as points to she's. Have successfully led their companies through an exponential organization at goal example, Faisal Volleys. So just running about them under different concept different setting and they're trying to allies them intellectually and then trying to fly them. Businessworld is something that I was very fortunate or being able to do the. So you hundred that's that was very formative for me and trolley in the central step along my travels and my journey in becoming the COO crosser in that like say like the only job I could land at the time was in technology banking and nothing about technology. For aqueous capital. Under Sunday night, who's global head of technology and worked on some Fascinating Tales Global Crossing Iridium satellite network in then work on the transaction war on the computer associates CSC sale merger it was really fascinating to. To work on the technology front been trying in in learning about a new trade and look at this you know like some fifteen years later. It's a rejoinder between technology and banking.

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"abso" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"abso" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"I will. I've always recommended this movie. It's AH, so underrated. It's a documentary called the Bear, and It has a similar type thing to Bambi. And when it happens in that movie, and it's early in the movie Similarly, you're like, Why am I about to watch this thing? I can't do that. But it is a great movie, and it had that scene has to be in there. But it is unbelievable. It's just unbelievable. It very similar. So a good recommendation and yes, don't watch Bambi. If you have your simple Kevin's in Londonderry, Kevin, you're next on RKO. Hey, Life is beautiful with Robert Bernini and take his name for bird opening. Yeah. Abso Oh, yeah. If you remember Duval Patrick, the governor of Massachusetts, Kevin, I once asked him tell me something in your office that people would know when he said he has in his home office. I don't know if he still does. But at the time I interviewed him he had the movie poster off that movie up over his office said it was his favorite movie by far Wow. Yeah. And you know what else is funny, too? When he got the you got the doctor? Yeah. Yeah Academy when he jumped over the seats That was and he made a horrific rendition the live rendition of Pinocchio and he hasn't really been heard from since. But life is beautiful is just I referenced this the other day with my wife. As a matter of fact we're talking about We're talking about remote learning and how awful this is. And I said You are lucky You can't all weaken D'oh. Is try and make. This is normal for them and them thinking this is normal, and we have to re instill positivity and that this is okay. And it's sort of the point of no matter what life throws at you and life is beautiful. He was going to make sure his kid Could make sense of all of this and could somehow smile it is. It is a fantastic movie, Kevin. Good call. I appreciate it. 617 to 66. 68 68 Sorry we didn't get to everybody I got. There's so many good suggestions on there. Although line five lightning. I don't know on that. What have you seen that movie? Never seen a short circuit to short circuit to short circuit. I haven't seen too. I don't know why that would make you cry. But maybe there's a reason but I'm sorry we didn't get to everybody. Scott Willy. Any other side? We're talking today Is national something food day? Why am I smiling? You'll find out in a minute. It's baby in the middle on our couch. You your afternoon is pretty full right Well, say hello to new nature Valley packed sustained energy bars with hardworking ingredients You can feel good about you'll be able to carry on breathing through.

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"abso" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"abso" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

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"abso" Discussed on Mała Wielka Firma

Mała Wielka Firma

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"abso" Discussed on Mała Wielka Firma

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What this coronavirus does to your body

Reset

06:54 min | 1 year ago

What this coronavirus does to your body

"Young. There are a lot of viruses that we're familiar with and some of them. We track regularly like the flu. What about for Corona viruses? Do we know a lot about them? We very much do not so. Flu is very familiar. Influence viruses have been the cause of many pandemics in history and we have a very very Established infrastructure studying and combating that with Corona viruses. It's entirely different. Research onto this group of ours is has been very niche for a long period of time and partly. That's because until this new one sauce. Cova to came along that will only six known corona viruses that infect humans four of them are incredibly mild today circulate around the world every winter and they call us maybe a third of cases of what we just called the common calls. So just sniffles runny nose sore throat. That kind of thing. And for that reason people studied them the other two saws and Murs both goes much more severe diseases but caused outbreaks that were easier to contain. What is up with this specific virus? Why why is it so successful? Why is it so good at spreading and infecting humans? Do we actually know that. So I would say that we don't But I think based on what we know we can at least try and put together a plausible hypothesis. The thing that especially makes this virus hod is that it seems to have a long incubation time between a first infecting a new person and then causing symptoms during which it seems to be able to transmit to a new host and specifically the reason why it's capacity to spread before symptoms is bad is that it allows it to really move around the world and within a country before people understand where it is but is there a specific reason why it is So good at infecting humans specifically because this thing originated in animals. Right you're right Based on the structure of the virus it seems that there are a few possible qualities that allow it to spread so easily amid seems to stick to ourselves most strongly in more readily and it seems to be able to infect cells throughout a wider pot of the airways so the virus is basically a spiky bowl. So it's a it's a bowl With these proteins called spike proteins on the surface. those spikes that recognize and latch onto a protein called as to which is found on the surface of our cells and like a key fitting into a lock that is the first step to launching an infection This is also what the original saws virus. Did it had spikes which latched onto ace too. But the specific shape of the spikes on this new virus. Abso- SCURVY TO THOSE FIGHTS. Much better at latching onto as to their a closer fit to the protein. What that means is that maybe it is easier for the virus to attach itself to our cells and maybe that might mean that it takes a lower dose of virus to begin an infection again. This is all pretty speculative but it makes sense given the tight fit between those two molecules. Okay so the first thing is that this virus is better than previous corona viruses sticking to ourselves. What's the second thing right now then? Once once that I touch meant is meant. The spike protein must be split into its two separate halls In order for the infection to continue With the original sauce bars that split did not happen very easily. But with this new virus it can be done by an enzyme called fury in which cuts the to hobbs apart and fear and notably is widespread. It's made by the human body. It's found in a lot of different types of tissues and again that might be important for explaining some of the whig characteristics of this virus. Like what most restorative irises tend to either the upper or the Lower Airways O'Kane if they in the upper airways they spread very easily but they tend to cause mild illnesses like a runny nose. Or or what have you if they in fact lower airways they tend to cause more severe illness illness like pneumonia but they also harder to spread so as Kobe to seems to infect both sites and maybe that's because it relies on that widespread fearing enzyme. And maybe that might explain some of its its sleekness. Maybe it spreads easily when it infects the Upper Airways before then moving to the lower ones to cause more severe illness. It kind of sounds like it's like it's it's just very good at what it does. So what are the odds of of that actually happening where the odds of having a corona virus that that has this particular combination of traits right true so whenever a new threat like this happens there are always conspiracy theories about whether a the new pathogen was designed engineered to infect humans and certainly It does nothing to quell those theories. When you hear that it's so well adapted to infecting human cells. It sounds it sounds improbable that a virus that was looking in some wild animal should have exactly those right traits and then somehow managed find its way into a human body but there are a lot of corona viruses out that we don't know about and I think that's the reality of the world that a lot of us don't understand that wild animals Haba millions maybe billions of different kinds of corona viruses. Even though the odds to any one of them might infect us very well and Cole's a pandemic of the kind of very low it actually becomes a reasonably likely scenario given how many possible viruses there are out there.

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Where Do I Start?

The Sustainable Futures Report

09:27 min | 2 years ago

Where Do I Start?

"Why do I stopped announced New Day? Welcome to the sustainable futures report for Friday. The twentieth of March against that saying that the big issue is still covered. Nineteen the corona virus. The International Energy Agency the expects the economic fallout to wipe out the world's oil demand growth for the year ahead which should cap the fossil fuel emissions that contribute to the climate crisis but Fawzi Barrel I e as executive director as worn. The outbreak could spell a slowdown in the world's clean energy transition unless governments use green investments to help support economic growth through the global slowdown. There was nothing to celebrate in a likely decline in emissions of my economic crisis because in the absence of the right policies and structural measures. This decline will not be sustainable. He said I'm no expert. All I know is this will govern everything we do for the next weeks months and probably years. The situation is changing by the day. If not by the hour so I'm not going to comment further except to say that I think we will gain valuable lessons. Which will inform our approach to the climate emergency? I'm working on a new presentation on that theme to be Thailand for the individual clients and presented as a live interactive video. The working title is lessons from covered. Nineteen staying in business staying in Prophet and staying. I'll let you know in the trailer is ready. And they will be special tells of patrons who want to use it in that an organization's for the day I'm falling back on cliches. Okay cliches. But the fact that they've survived suggests there might be some truth in them first of all always look on the bright side. There is a bright side. All over the moment dockside is seriously predominant. It'll gradually get brighter because we can be competent that this too will pass but the climate will still be an issue as always the question with the sustainable futures report is where do I saw with so much information. Coming in all quarters. It's difficult to know how to prioritize what to do or to say start with the end in mind is a well known piece of advice. My Aunt my objective is to make people aware of the seriousness of the climate situation. So that we can all urge governments and leaders to take the international action which is the only way to conquer the climate crisis. The same time I bring you. News work being done to meet the challenge on. I also attempt to look at areas where I'm much more action is needed this time. Then the topics. I'm covering into good news and positive climate messages from the mining industry from the EU from the UK's Financial Conduct Authority. Maybe even from Boris Johnson. There's good news to about geothermal energy cutting pollution is a possible end to the throwaway culture list of bodies is even longer commutes committed to their cause. Why trees not the answer threats to sue. The government continued use of fossil fuels. Accelerating ice melt on why wearing clothes can be bad for the environment. Let's start with the bad news. So you've got something to Fullerton. Kaas off a major source of pollution both in terms of emissions of greenhouse gases and all particulars which reduce quality in the UK alone bad air quality causes some fifty thousand premature deaths each year. It's disappointing to learn from a report by the European Court of Auditors that Europeans are reluctant to give up the private. They say Ovo cities are put in place range of initiatives to expand the quality and quantity of transport. There has been no significant reduction in private car usage. This is unsurprising. Given that they found that in many cases it was always quicker to get to the city centre. Calm in the immediate to him. It is going to be even more difficult to persuade people to use public transport while there is a risk of infection in crowded spaces much better to stay locked away in one's own private vehicle. People probably prefer that even if it takes longer to complete the journey through the European structural and investment fund the EU has provided sixteen point three billion euro between two thousand fourteen and twenty twenty to change the way people move in cities but the auditions complained that the money was taken but there was limited. Take up on European Commission guns on how to spend it. Money was being wasted on infected projects. While city plans often lacked coherence for example in Poland the report found parking penalties were lower than finds a not paying public transport fans in also caused rebound from the side of the road but it was still possible to park on the pavement. A senior auditor said congestion. Custody you around. Two hundred. Seventy billion euro per year and that funds provided by Brussels should be more hiking to plans to shift people out of there. 'cause so I'm going to be easy urged to plant trees and it is by far the best way to take co two from the atmosphere of the carbon. At least in theory in reality there are programs in a wide ranging report through the RSP Bay the World Society for the protection of buds by Elliott Crane entitled. Woodland's for five minutes and nature. She describes the complexity of the issue. And I do recommend you go to the link on the blog I look at the report is very complex. Very detail very well. Written trees are a store of carbon but they take many years to grow and require careful management throughout that time trees plotted on peatland degrade that land as a carbon store and released much of the condom in fact removing trees from peatland can have a positive effect on common storage bunning woods energy it releases college. The atmosphere she says unlike burning fossil fuels. This does not increase the amount of atmospheric carbon in the long term however forest-based bioenergy count be considered column neutral because the payback time until the carbon is reabsorbed. Can we very long particularly when living trees are felled for biomass replacing coal or gas with biomass eligibility generation is likely to significantly increase emissions per unit of electricity generated and yet drax power station claims to be one of the greenest sites in Britain and receives massive government? Subsidies on that basis harvested would pronounce can be a continuing store of carbon after they'd been moved from the forest but how dot com says locked up depends on what the proce- used for the British government has pledged to plant thirty million trees per year raising the. Uk's forest cover from thirteen percent to seventeen percent skilled tree planters. Mainly Australians and Canadians are already at work. I'm compliant one sapling every four seconds to four thousand per day. That's the first some twenty-five percent likely to die in the early years on the forest has to be Catholic managed and thinned so the trees can reach their full potential. They not only absorb outside but they also release it through respiration until trees reach maturity the amount they abso- exceeds the amount they emit but once they mature they stole the carbon but they don't add to forest continue to need management because if as simply allowed to decay the trees will die rot on the COB and we'll be released again into the atmosphere. If the timber is harvested the use. That's made it determines how long it continues as a carbon stole see to persists in the atmosphere for up to one hundred years said to be effective. Trays need to lock carbon away for that length of time. Talking to the BBC Professor Ralph McKenzie of the University of Birmingham. Says it will be a disaster. If governments and companies rely on forests to clear a massive carbon pollution. An article in the journal Nature Warns that the rate at which carbon is absorbed by the Amazon forest is in decline at the rate in. The African forest is stable but there are signs up to will decline in the longer term. It's too tempting for people to believe that buying a few trees can make up for flying away on holding things just at work like that. The government's thirty million trees are no substitute for cutting carbon emissions outsource increasing fuel duty which also decided not to do allows weeks. Uk budget would have had any major defect as it happens. Of course the dramatic drop off in flying and all forms of travel having a much greater effect without the need for a scourge

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"abso" Discussed on Branding Brews Podcast

Branding Brews Podcast

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"abso" Discussed on Branding Brews Podcast

"Or if you've listened to Ryan's podcast Ardi now but it is My biggest thing when it comes to utilizing customer personas for your staff is it really allows you to optimize for up selling and to really just be even more efficient in your service anticipating the needs of your guest before they have them for they tell you what they are and and just like my favorite. My favorite example Is So I have this customer persona like the kind of guy the comes into the brewery and I like nickname something. I give him a name like Brian. The beer nerd rights. O'Brien a brand beer nerd like you already know this like. It's he's a know it all a thrill seeker he probably like wants to know. What's what's new in beer like? He's been to Belgium. He probably likes obscure sports and travel right. Like kind of just painting this idea this guy until I got a Brian the beer nerd and I'm training my staff to identify Brian Beer. NERD or better your staff is saying look. I've got a Brian the beer nerd. This is what this guy he gets this kind of thing every time he has this kind of need. So then we're like right way of an idea of them and We know his needs his frustrations like he's bored. He's tried hide it. All his motivation is that he loves beer. And saw manically with this idea of this kind of customer in my mind I as a server or a bartender I immediately know comes to up sell not gonNA waste my time with like the dessert menu. Not GonNa waste my time with Telling him that I have looking dog area or a kid area like knowing what he's after knowing what his motivations are. I'M GONNA make sure that I up sell the Like beard ago. I'm GonNa tell him you know So I saw you enjoyed These three different kinds of barrel aged beers. Like I don't know if you saw like we've got had some really beautiful champagne. corked bottled a barrel aged beers in the beer to go cooler. Here's Armenia so I I'm telling him on something that I immediately know that he wants and I'm utilizing what he's already. He's already purchased in like at the table to like do that. Because I know the kind of customer he is and end what I love about. This is when your staff starts to look at every table not as like an individual single customer on my Gosh. I got to kind of figure out what they want what they're interested in. How do I up sell on? They accelerate everything and the customers. Like Oh my God no. I'm not interested in. Can I don't care I don't have kids it's like I'm a Brian Beer. NERD kind of guy like I'm interested in like what's so I will I immediately like okay. Great Abso- on the beer to go of Solomon some interesting in cool swag so he has some bragging rights and allowing your staff to focus on a persona kind of customer as opposed to figure out every table allows them to just move faster and it allows them to upsell strategically and up selling as we all know the business. It's it is one of those just necessary evils in order to just continue to increase sales and drop costs. You're going to need to make sure your staff training on up selling but we also know that staff staff mostly hate up selling until like. Hey I really need you guys to push this salad today. Staff is always like oh my gosh okay But if they know I have to push salad and I know there's a persona that's interested in salad. They can then just strategically solid. They're not trying to sell every single person So that's kind of like the thirty thousand foot of utilizing customer personas specifically to upsell on the floor. Love the idea Resume I've Kinda worked somebody developing some some customer personas in regards to how the brand is like the aesthetic of the brand. Yeah you know I love the idea of that. Same customer persona in regards to like when somebody comes in Yeah you just I love how you mentioned like Oh yes. If there's somebody's a beer nerd read the end like Oh hey. Did you see our cooler full of these like unique beers it. You don't get it on. That are not on tap. You know totally at my other. My other favorite persona is just like the busy mom wake and we see much more now that most of our breweries are like army were kind of pushed to have like a kid friendly space or like kid kids before eight or something because so many of our customers have children and it's like okay if we see a mom block in training your staff to know okay. I know the busy mom persona. She probably has a limited amount of time. Just feed her kids. She probably doesn't get to get out a lot wake wake she probably is not gonna ask for the check. It's like grace all immediately. They're optimizing their service to get busy. Mom Get her the highest truck she can and get her for in and out the door as fast as they can and they don't have to try and figure out like you know what's super important to her already know what's important to that customer personas. They just apply the method. Yes something a cre- pretty cool it kind of customer service hack there you know just like knowing that person once again and out. Yeah yeah sure cool. We're probably in a good spot to wrap up. I think we covered a lot of awesome ground. There you know. There's so much to I mentioned before we started recording that You know Burris in some you know. Starting their own brewery from scratch and some of the biggest things. They've found found around their branding. That they were kind of. Unexpected was How much the staff played a part of that brand? Excellent staff represented that brand. So I think this is really important and I. I really appreciate your background and provide some of those insights on on different ways of going beyond the branding beef and just like a up of selling and marketing and all something super insightful. So I appreciate that category So Jessica like how if people wanted the to reach out to you. How would you suggest people are working? People find you and all that fun stuff. Yeah so you can find me at. WWW DOT branding with Jessica dot com and you can also find me on Instagram.

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"abso" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"abso" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"Acapella. I guess you know what i mean. Ooh maybe you can get some live chat that can beat boxing. Come on beat box. That'd be fun. Drop written verse yeah. Sorry i've muted myself so that i would interfere <hes> <hes> yeah i was try- i guess what i'd have to because they're both over the same <hes> the same thing i can't <hes> i can't separate the the sounds but you could send something over to me and i'll stick that in place for the podcast take all right. I'll try to second. I don't know if there's an era questions now so let's see if we have any other questions. <hes> got about eight certain catholic traditions is claiming that he would we would've you don't want to bring him on because he would have refuted abso- won't like every week though yeah he he he likes come on especially when there's new people and he likes to say that no one's been able to refute him as week after week. He gets refuted at this this week though we didn't have to bring them on because he refuted himself which is beautiful. Maybe he's a hebrews light now. Let me bring andrew in here and andrews from down under he's from <hes> from australia down there so you got any questions for us tonight andrew. You have to meet yourself. This isn't like okay <hes>. I have had them somewhere. I took nuts yeah. Yeah yeah yeah my head. I think okay i'm not question i had the okay. Well no no problem andrew so so vocab. Is there anything the thing that you're working on anything that <hes> yes you'd wanna share with with folks about the different things that you might be having happening awesome awesome working on an article for the the christian research journal about the <hes> the way sorry. I'm working on an article about <hes> for the christian research about the <hes> <hes> way the here's the lights <hes> group you know different groups of people and how they how they come to that conclusion so so in the article i explain why they call chinese moa bites and why they call <hes> <hes> white people eat mites and that's supposed to be on the online edition creature christian research journal..

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"abso" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"abso" Discussed on Untangle

"Store information like axe tax or a client information or like a shopping list. You literally take you know in the first place. Let's say you take your body. The top of your head you can put <hes> avocados does common maranda of avocado. We're exactly exactly. We're going to have a brain party. You know barbecue. Can you pick up these ten things and you can ride donkeys. You're driving your all pickup abso- cottle's put on top of your head blueberries coming out of your nose a big stock broccoli not right coconut oil coming onto your ears eggs. You know where your adam's apple so is on your throat. In on the side your shoulders you have green dark leafy vegetables and a necklace made out of wild salmon sardines and tumor miracle of your fingertips while that's coming out of your belly button dark chocolate on your rear end rally. Wanna know what that looks like. You know what i mean but it's just making your mid. The whole thing is that my goal is because i grew up as the boy with a broken brain. You know my my mission is to tell people have their best and brightest sprains because i know what it feels like the suffer inoculate your enough and if you are in those that area where you feel like you don't have focused or can't read as well or you can remember things. It's not your fault. It's just we weren't taught how to do that and that's really my life's work whether it's our podcast or their online programs or the arc conferences susan such things no brain left behind amazing well. Thank you so much jim for teaching all of us what our brains are capable of. We all have tools and techniques. We can go away and actually use and know that regardless of what we thought about our brain. We can actually remember a string of ten things maybe next time you'll teach us how to remember one hundred digits. Each of these things are possible for ourselves. They love your notion of no brain left behind. You have a ton of free content that anybody can access at anytime to learn how to optimize their own brain and do it filled with heart and emotion in ways that actually bring life to life. I compare your life. Tornado that is broken by an outside force life ends but broken by an inside force than life begins and all great things begin on the inside and you're listening to the c. mated aided. Only it's the end here. You have greatness inside of you. You have genius inside view and melville's time to let it out together. Thank you so much. Thank you for sharing during much of and look forward to catching up later river.

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"abso" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"abso" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"Dead technology spelled how it sounds, and that is everything Adam right on. Well, thanks so much for, for joining us atom. And I, I hope people listening to this. They're going to check those shows out because I've been enjoying them now that I've finally subscribe to all of them all of them. Yeah. No, I. Put them all all in my podcast catcher to wait. So you mean you went through the four clicks that it takes to subscribe. I am deeply artful of the four clicks, four times. Yes. Oh, I need to change my shorts. Yeah. I'm may or may not be wearing bands. Abso- exerted about your bud gas. I love it. I love it. Thank you know, thank you very much, like, deeply, thank, thank you for having me on. Thank you for listening. Thank you for subscribing. Thank you for just for for, for. Giving me my fix of day of Todd cast conversation. That is so hard to come by these days. Like, like all of my friends, they don't listen to podcasts, and it's no. It's like it's why really do point to like. Well, I have my friends, but then I also have my, my. Yeah. Billy, you know, I don't wanna say, like I've got my IRA L friends, which are on me. I've got my af K friends and you wants Niro around me. I just came across a new podcast. I don't know if it's new, but it's been it's been on a couple years, but it just came to Android collapsible, and it's it's mainly geared towards comedy podcast. But they also have a thing where first of all, they talk about non com or they have listings of non comedy podcasts as well. But they also do a really neat thing where you can type in person, and you can see where they've guested because, because, like I said, hod casting is kind of communities, so like Adam Dowd will show up on the. Gee, QA podcast if you do a search for those really cool and not a lot of I don't I can't think of that does that I'm going to check that out. So, yeah, it's called laughable just gave to Android, and they they're pretty they're pretty fun people. I've been chatting with them a little bit so cool. Yeah. That's the perfect place to wrap this up. Thanks. Thank you, and here. Consistent content is key and don't be afraid to reach out to folks for help the beautiful thing about podcasts. There are no rules. You can take a show as far as your passion will drive it, and in a world of hyped up popularity video, algorithms, it's refreshing that long form audio conversations can still find a huge audience of listeners. I wanna thank Adam for joining definitely. Avoid only to have back on my feet soon. And if you'd like to catch his work on digit daily Android authority, or on the sound guys shows, all of course, have links in the show notes for this episode as always, thanks so much for listening creator chat is a semi regular series of interviews digging a little deeper into hell. All of your favorite online content gets made pulling back the curtain a little for what life as a content creator looks like if you would like to help support the production of these discussions,.

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"abso" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"abso" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Uber and lift drivers in San Francisco and eight other cities will stage a one day strike tomorrow ahead of overs long anticipated IPO on Friday, which is expected to raise about nine billion dollars. But drivers say they're not sharing in the wealth. They say their wages and working conditions are getting worse and drivers are turning off their apps for the day. And they're encouraging writers to do the same. Joining us to discuss the strike in the IPO. Sam Harnett, he's Silicon Valley reporter for VDI. And he's here with us studio. San welcome. Yeah. Nice to be here is always always nice to have you here. We also have k- conquer with us online technology report of the New York Times and Kate. Welcome back to form. Good to have you as well. Fatemi that have you sim. Let's talk to you first about what's happening here. I mean, the timing can't be. Day for this IPO. So you can almost expect this. But what do you think is gonna happen here? I'm not asking you to be pressure. But I mean, first of all not only with the drivers, but are people going to turn their abso-? Well, here's the problem. Right. Unlike workers and other industries any gig worker can just sign onto this app. If they want to right. So I think it's really hard organize a strike where you get everybody on board. I mean, they're in the bay area alone. There are tens of thousands of people were signed to drive on Hoover and lift so getting them to agree not to sign on and do some rides. It's really difficult, especially when you consider that. Uber has surged pricing. Let's say allow drivers decide not to drive and other drivers see, hey, you know, the rates are going way up, and I can make more money. So it's very difficult for them to orchestrate a real strike. They are getting support. They're getting support from politicians. Bernie Sanders come out and made a statement on behind the driver's here. And another of other public figures wonders just how long how far that will go. Right. I mean, I think they're, you know, this has been brewing for years. This this discontent with drivers and the stories coming out that their their take home has been going down and down and down. I mean, you saw in Los Angeles Uber cut the rate per mile from eighty cents a mile to sixty cents a mile now at the same time. They did increase. What drivers make while? They're waiting for a ride. But but drivers saying this is one more cut in a series of cuts, and the company is said, let me go to you on this Kate they've lost by one point one billion in the first three months of this year in the same period. Earlier Hoover had a three point seven billion dollar profit. So house is going to affect the IPO offering St. thing. Well, I think so the prophet. You mentioned sort of a strange blip for them. They had sold off some of their businesses overseas to turn a profit. But you know, the company is generally unprofitable. And I think investors are expecting that. They're not expecting to see a profit from the company in terms of how much this strike will affect the IPO. You know, it's it's hard to predict I think Sam raises a really good point that there will be financial incentives for drivers to break the strike. There will be search pricing. But you know, I think also knows that drivers had a section is a big risk to the business. And if drivers are unhappy that creates a lot of problems for them, and they mentioned this in regulatory filings for the IPO, you know, they say if drivers are unhappy that's going to eventually start to affect our bottom line talking a lot about over PEOs prices gone about fourteen percent below the initial price hasn't it. Price has dropped significantly. Correct. So affect Samuel away in here. Again in terms of with the strike is going to do. I mean, I think Uber's IPO perspectives. One of the first things they said, I is that if drivers are considered employees their business model is going to suffer. So they're really worried about workers being reclassifies.

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"abso" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:46 min | 3 years ago

"abso" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Has outraged in Chicago and really across the nation of this whitewash of Justice as the New York Post says all charges have been dropped against Jesse small at the empire. Actor who claimed falsely I think we can say with certainty that he was set upon by a bunch of racists and mega wearing people turned out. He trumped up the whole thing. Trump was a hoax, and then it comes out, and they dropped all charges in Chicago against him to the fury of the mayor Rahm Emanuel, and the very terrific police Commissioner who was really upset with small at nobody thinks this guy is innocent. And there seems some funny business going on there with a prosecutor out there who became friendly with small et and she may have intervened. So this is a whitewash of Justice as the post says also in the big three you've got some a measles. Outbreak in Rockland county because these kids haven't been vaccinated one hundred fifty three kids with measles WRR's Alice. Stockton Rossini is going to go up there. Hope she's been vaccinated looking. For people with measles. They're banning these kids from all public places. I think you know, what is wrong with parents who don't have the kids vaccinated. I guess it's they fear autism. But all that stuff has been debunked has been the same the kids. I say just band the kids from everywhere if they're not. This is a religious orthodox Jews up there. And I guess some of them are just against vaccinations, and they've had one hundred and fifty three cases which is the most in the country. Now, that's why a state of emergency has been called up there and have a curfew so measles can be deadly. We have a Alice Dr Oseni there, and we'll get we'll get the whole story from Alice shortly and rounding out the big three. Well, there's never a dull moment in Trump land. Now, he's going after ObamaCare, I'm not so sure this is the wisest thing to do right now. Because the last time Republicans went after ObamaCare did not end well for them. But I guess Trump feels emboldens since he's been cleared exonerated. I should say by Muller. Also, they tried to veto his emergency declaration to get money for his wall. And they didn't have enough votes for that. Role there. Well, they didn't expect that to be overcome. But here's the problem. The Republicans still don't have their own plan. I mean, how many years I mean? Why can't they can't get through to the Republicans? They trashed ObamaCare for years voted at that never had their own plan to repeal and replace. What's your plan is stupid? Are they I agree with you? I agree with you the last time it backfired against them. They still don't have a plan. I have no idea why Trump is going effort. I mean robot Macaire has its problems, but it's becoming popular with the American people. That's not an issue riding high after the Muller reports, not an issue. He should take on. It's a losing issue for the Republicans. It's going to be a major miscalculation on their part stick to your border wall. Trump don't go after ObamaCare for God's Democrats are happy over this. They feel they won the midterms on that issue. And they did they immediately pivoted to that issue after the Muller rolling. But I found it interesting that the Chicago case they said, no charges and no exoneration. I didn't know if I was looking at the Chicago case or the Mullah report, I'm very. Everybody's been exonerated wrapping exonerated. Yeah. That's small at thing is I it's it's when I first of all a grand jury had sixteen felony counts. Yeah. That's a problem if they had sixteen felony counts against mayor. You're Joe we'd be standing trial. We wouldn't have all charges dropped because they have we have some, you know, prosecutors a buddy of somebody of the chief of staff for Michelle Obama who introduced her two small ad because they're friends. Right. So a lot of people have suspicions that she pulled some strings to have have this case dismiss, but boy the mayor's really. Chief? I was watching a lot of that yesterday. And what happened is I a small let comes out all smug and says, well, my my mother's son would never do anything like that. And and the lawyer says there was no deal, but everything was sealed. So you knew immediately something was up, and there was a deal. The deal was that he was going to perform some kind of community service the ten thousand dollars ten thousand that he put up in by one hundred thousand dollars bond of which he put up ten thousand that'll be forfeited. Really? They're saying the investigation for across Chicago police one hundred and fifty thousand and now there are calls for Rahm Emmanuel and the mayor of Chicago to sue Snell. Let for the cost of the investigation. I think that's exactly and the FBI may now look into it as well. He's he's not being held accountable for his actions. And that's what bothers me the most they justified by saying, well, you know, he probably wouldn't have gotten much of a sentence should have the should have have been found guilty. You could say we're not going to be a big sentence. But you're going to have a record, right? They allowed him to come out of that courthouse and say, I didn't do it. Right. Right. Well, ally interesting to see if it resurrects his career careers. I don't think anyone believes him. I don't think any. Well, I think it's obvious that the F you heard Rahm Emmanuel my goodness. This is a whitewash of Justice. I mean, that's the headline. It was just a white. And I I was waiting for an police chief remember when this whole thing went down the police chief was outraged because he's a black police chief, and he was saying the guy played the race card and pretended. He was assaulted and what a joke, it's it's an embarrassment for the community. And I knew he was saving over this over this. But I knew smaller was lying when he was interviewed by Robin, Robin Roberts, Robin Roberts, because I just thought this guy's acting is acting, but he got away with it. It's unbelievable to me sixteen felony charges puff, right? That's crazy. Now, people seem really outraged about it. But what what are you gonna do? What are you going to do? It just goes to show you if you're famous and powerful and you're connected. You're gonna get well, I think that's what really pisses off the little guy in America. Well, let's see what happens with all of those celebrities who bribed college coaches to get their kids into fancy schools. Let's see if they get off. I heard that people really be outraged daughters are still at US. Uh-huh. Did you hear that they were expelled? So did I know not college put out a release? Nope. We're analyzing on a case by case basis. They probably thought they're paying their full freight intuition here, we don't want to lose that fee. They all do they have to give back to five hundred thousand dollars. And what happens to that buddy? I don't think that system is rigged. Rigged against all of us, folks. It's rigged against us. And turn it you want the civil war. Dow abso wait. Yeah. Go after those elites go after those rich celebrities, listen he sounds like a Cossio Cortez over there. Does get me started about hurting nonsense. Well, I mean, it is the system. Michael. No. But she would be in favor of Jesse small at. I'm sure I'm sure she would absolutely believes him. You know, she does did you see her? She was crazy yesterday. She was in the house and going out about the green deal yet on votes. She's a good end in twelve years. And then you you really get a sense from her. And this is what's with the hardcore left here. All these radicals who are elected to congress there Stalinists, they want to destroy their enemies, if she if she could round up those Republicans on the other side of the aisle and throw them into some sort of a gulag she would in a minute. You can see it. You can see the fury in her eyes and her hand gestures the wishes waving her hands at them shaqs. But he's are frightening people in okay, just as a point of reference that little vote in the in the it was just a raid. Right. I mean that was just a charade vote. So let's vote on the new green deal, and let's flesh out all the Democrats all the Democrats voted present. Anyway, she was shoes. Furious people are dying. We are dying and the response across the other side of the aisle is to introduce an amendment five minutes before a hearing in a markup. This is serious fish. Should not be a partisan issue. This is about our constituents and all of our lives. You see a Senator got up. There was a Senator Lee. He got up there with pictures. He had Reagan on a on a dinosaur. All these weird pictures of kids, and and he was saying well, the answer to climate change to have more babies and love your families. Tweet say if this guy could be a Senator. Announced that they're going to run against her on the Amazon Jewish woman. Probably impregnable though. I think I mean her constituents just low my gosh, she's a superstar. But she's going nutty really really really nutty. She stares me. She's starting to scare me. Senator Mike Lee says babies could save climate change their fall in love and get married have babies. Everyone's nuts. Where do you stand on this banning the little measly kids from public places up their land? You've got an issue. I mean, you have one hundred and fifty three cases up there. That's a lot of cases. So obviously, it's unenforceable. You can't you can't force a paramedic. And how you know, how do you know? How do you know if a kid has, you know, well, if they have red little spots. How do you know if they've been vaccinated or not? In order to get into a school. You should have to prove that you vaccinated otherwise you can't go to the school. Yeah. I think it may this this issue probably helps in schools, right? I don't know where L. Yeah. Yeah. You go to a mall. How do you personally you vaccinate? So no, I think. Yeah. If a school now, do you have to show a vaccination records into school? If you do. Okay. Had a hand in into because my son started. You have to be there. You got to be back standard to go to school these public schools now, obviously a lot of those kids up there. Probably go to Shiva's, and I'm not sure there's different rules. Probably is if obviously if your home schooled, nobody's going to probably down. But it is a problem. But now, they did say, obviously, the lawmakers know that were there's no blinking lights on you that you're not vaccinated, and this was more to cause to bring attention to the issue then anything else. Oh, absolutely. Because I listen to the they're saying you can be fine five hundred dollars six months in jail. No one's going to spend any time in jail over this..

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"abso" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"abso" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I know it put the vehicles in water. No honor. If it wasn't a show they jet ski. He has a jet ski. If it wasn't part of a show. They must have thought he was El Chapo and had one of those super fancy lift up, the bathtub go down a tunnel. Leave on a mini bike to a canal. And then getting a rowboat sort of, you know, it's funny because originally the story was did they need all those cops. And we've got a great note from Allan animus who was a highly placed FBI official, and he said is it overkilled abso many agents on hand depends is their search warrant to execute as well. Because a lot of those guys are just going to go in and start pawn through papers and filling boxes and stuff like that. That's why they're there on the other hand he doesn't get into amphibious vehicles and helicopters and the rest for elderly white collar criminal. We'll having watched the video the portions of the video I've seen. There's certainly a lot of cops. With a lot of guns dressed, like thereafter, El Chapo, I don't understand from various lawyers, Alan Dershowitz, or others that I've that I've. I've heard from why you don't arrest this guy in the street or just do the as stone said why didn't you just call my tournament turning and tell me I have to turn myself in. That's another way you handle these situations. Destroying evidence is the answer his answer to that is I've had two years to destroy anything. I want if I want to destroy any evidence. That's a pretty good. That's a damn good ad. I don't think there's any way you can look at this other than they wanted a giant show. They wanted a giant. This is the kind of criminals will we're dealing with them that the Trump people. I mean, just the highest level of criminal. I don't see how you look at it. Stone says they what they want to. He wants to poison the jury pool. So they think he's a giant criminal. Big seen it on TV. And then the whole CNN be there stinks. Also amphibious vehicles. That's amazing. So the other aspect of this note from that I found very interesting and his his point being Dershowitz made the point. So did stone. They let me go a couple of hours later on my signature, right? That's how dangerous I am. Right. Yeah. I think that's a decent case. Of course, that has nothing to do with his guilt or innocence. Now, he's just trying to do the same thing. He's accusing the gov- the government of being you're doing I'm sorry. But if you have pretty good evidence of politices politicizing the other side you have to be pretty skeptical about their motives. Yeah. If they're gonna play that card. I get why he decided to play the same card, essentially. Also, I l mentions go. Vehicles is funny that actually happened. Well, he's gonna be skilled swimmer swim like your crocodile Roger stomach one of those ospreys over his house with people repelling down onto the roof. They already have. He's known to be able to hold his breath for two minutes underwater. He would just dive into that canal and never be seen again swim straight to Cuba on Tucker Friday. He was talking about I'm up there. My blind wife and my two dogs. What are they gonna happen? So interestingly enough, Al on the topic of making false statements. That's US code two thousand and one Jack one double o one. I mentioned that people would be charged with that simply because they misspoke or forgotten over twenty years. I never saw that happen. Right. Al. Of course, you know, Alison involved in an extremely political prosecution. But anyway, but this is the part I liked people. Lied to me nearly every day for a variety of reasons. Protect their boyfriend hide their guilt, hide evidence, etc. I never used that charge. It's usually disruption technique can be false statements must be knowing the charges not made relative to insignificant statements forgetting, you met the bad guy at a party isn't chargeable. Well, let's. I agree with you. Unless you are trying to get leverage over somebody. And and are portraying lapses in memory as insidious because that does happen. It's just too easy to not do. Well, that's you. You might never take it all the way to the man if you want to believe, this is the argument what they're doing all these processes crimes is put everything everybody in a position where you're gonna make you go broke fighting this. You're gonna spend a lot of time if not the rest of your life in jail because your age it's leveraged, not a conviction. So tell me what you got on Trump. And I'll let you go because it's not that big deal. Right. See I think I think it is that sort of strong arming just getting lots and lots of leverage with these charges. And that's what Dershowitz believes it's what a lot of people believe, right, right? It's an opportunity to put them in a in a in a situation where you think I'm sixty six do I want to go to jail for ten years? Yeah. No. I heard was it from a prosecutor a judge or manafort's case go to jail for the rest of your life. Sure. As an old Ulster. Yeah. A prosecutor judge. I can't remember what do which once said to me. You know, what you call a person who lies in court? A witness people lie all the time. I don't know where that leaves us on this case. But clearly they're looking for leverage to get higher and higher is different ways to look at it the rest of your life. If you're Nolde person, the prime of your life. If you're a Cohen, I got kids I'm raisin. My last ten years prison. That's like a government facility. Wait of jello on Friday. Got a TV just on Fridays. That's funny. It was more often. Cohen doing. He's not doing a lot of times he three or four years something like is that right in a federal tennis camp with the visitation and the rest of it from raising your kids. Wait a second. Is he is he going to federal who scour? Now, we're into the weeds where Roger stone. 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"abso" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:09 min | 3 years ago

"abso" Discussed on KTOK

"Q. Abso is different types of a I. So quinn. Q has an uncanny knack for approximating future events, its littoral. It's literally kind of like this government knows to Donna's is what makes it suspect is as possible psychological operations tool. And so I'm curious if I if you've actually know of any source anymore. You know, things that we can look up to find out the origins of this, and who may be responsible for it. There. I mean, there's quite a few departments that developed it like, but the the real departments are like the air force developed it in the early days starting, you know, with aerial photography and social manipulation, but what really happened in the seventies. When the simulation software went live is the DOD the NSA in the CIA, they pretty much gave the simulation software to any contractor. They had. So the people running these simulations could be an essay or DOD contractors that look like they're official because they got access to this type of simulation software. And that's what makes me as a researcher and developer. That's the the most confusing part. Like, I think you were saying earlier the obfuscation of it. All right, right. You know, how the obvious skated to where it's like, you know, if you look at anonymous logo. Q logos. Or a lot of the logos on mine. They design their logo specifically look similar to government agencies, or you know, it's very much like, you know, this is a simulation. They're running. That's backed by an AI that's supported by a large group of individuals who believe in a in a so-called 'cause right? We we can observe back. Correct. Yes. And they're backed by technology that can communicate because I have a I that monitors the cunanan's read on Twitter and real time. So I see all of the tweets in real time. And I see how fast all the bouncer moving, and I see what they're tweeting, and I can monitor it with my and it moves faster than any any human being as possible. Like literally millions of people would have to be constantly tweeting all day long twenty four hours a day. Is it true? Is it true? That. Somebody just said to me that I guess Q and on his felt it's fell silent since the government shutdown is that true. It goes in spurts because the documentation what I believe the documentation that I found the people that are running this operations. Like, it's connected to the cicadas hacker group and anonymous is that they intentionally piggyback on on things like, for example, in two thousand twelve they tried to launch their a that we talked about earlier named Tyler behind the end of the world prophecy. Right. So they're always working behind events. So that way they can predict their rise. Like, you said they predict this date, and then it doesn't happen. They're always trying to work behind the scenes by like, oh, we're going to piggyback behind the ideas of this movie, or we're going to piggyback behind the idea of this end of the world scheme, or we're going to piggyback behind, you know, the conspiracy of the week to collect intelligence, but mostly if they collect people because people go to their websites. Click on the links, and then they, you know, download their secure chat and node system, and they download the blockchain software, and like you were talking about the blockchain earlier right about how it works because not only does it make those requests. And do the transaction ledger in does it felt basic intelligence from having to do all those transactions and hashing, but everybody who installs the software and their computer becomes a note to the AI to the intelligence, right? So it's growing not only in its scope, but it's growing with the collective intelligence that it draws into it. So if you're one of the nodes, you're you're basically another cog in its we'll of growth pretty much having the marriage between technology and human being see this is why I think I made this statement to you of anybody else. I was saying I think the blockchain is probably the closest thing we got to a to singularity at the moment. It is because the precinct. He needs it to record everything to gain intelligence. So like in early artificial intelligence, the big problem. They had was transaction history. Right. Like, for example, if you change the document, or if you changed code, you know, not money like, let's take money out of it. Let's look at the pollution of code in technology. Right. If you changed source code over time, you need a transaction system that can manage those changes and simulate the evolution and run tests against that code. And then programmers can take that same code and apply it to money systems comply to social systems can apply to various aspects. Once they work out the system to do the the hard coding part like to have it code itself. Essentially once it does that it just becomes a self evolving machine, not necessarily intelligence, but what is termed self-evolving machine, which is the beginnings of what you're talking about the self organizing intelligence, right? It starts thinking. Because it it has it has an attractor somebody's attracted to it is here. Let me show you that. It's like the spider and the fly. You get in the net. Spider comes in and says here, I'm gonna wrap you up. You're going gonna be wrapped into me. And you're gonna be part of my collective and everybody goes ok cool. We're we're we're more than happy to get into the web and be attracted by whatever. It is. It's out there. And that's why it's it's terrifying. To think that we have not only this type of collective intelligence being taken by a computer by a social media site. But we're also looking at once again algorithms, which basically push you in directions. You would normally go exactly and those types of systems those types of day, I are called influencers. So you you have tractors right? Like, you were talking about you have adversaries, and you have influencers. So these main three portions of having an attractor and adversary in an influencer. You can play good cop. Bad cop. And then you can have a third party, directing you which way to go. And that makes it very easy for what's called seed of doubt reinforcement. So you have these three simple self organizing machines that does influencing does the attracting and repulsing or the adversary. Right. You can find these types of networks in machine learning. You know, they're called recruit. Neural networks or they're called out of the serial neural networks, and then you have influencers and are three major important parts of that goal. Is you need tractor, the adversary and the influence there, and that's why this was utilized a lot during the last election. According you you're looking at what was going on with. Facebook when they were selling information to that company in Canada. Did they were gathering information for voters? And of course, they were trying to nail that Trump people like Ted Cruz were using this information source, others were using the dating data mining sources, and we have com- companies in centers there were actually developed during the times of Barack Obama and presents preceding where they wanted to create a propaganda center that was able to, you know, use propaganda on other countries. But then they lifted the idea of using propaganda and other countries now they can use propaganda against the American people. Yeah. And the most effective propaganda is creating the adversary, and like what you were talking about earlier about how like you were saying ninety plus percent of mainstream media targeted against Trump and his grooming. People to think this way. That's the adversarial principle that you're seeing at work is they're they're feeding you what they want you to know. And show you an adversary to say, this is your adversary. And this is why you should believe it. But don't go. Look it up to yourself or else. We're gonna kick you out of the group pretty much it. I mean, they they want. I remember back when they were using WikiLeaks to try and expose some things. I remember it was Cuomo on CNN. He was standing up there with a piece of paper says you realize that you going into the site. And getting this information, you're breaking the law only, we can give you this information, we're reporters, and we can disseminate this information, no one else is able to do this. If you if you get this information, you're breaking the law. I remember that vividly. Yeah. Well, but it also the thing if you remember about WikiLeaks. I mean, me personally, I down loaded the whole thing and created my own program to like searches and stuff. But the thing about WikiLeaks is that it was mostly cables from embassy embassy. Right. And and when you really look deep into it. It was a lot of people talking about Putin. It was a lot of people talking about through Asia. But more than anything it just revealed the communication channels between embassy to embassy more than anything it revealed how they communicate it revealed their their communication system. It revealed who was talking to who about what at revealed who had personal communications and more personal relationships. You know, just like the Clinton emails, did, you know, once you've got past all the crap, you know, you saw that she was Personalizing her job rather than keeping it professional at the end of the day, by using privatized. Servers. Sure, and I think people only know don't even know the half of it with regards to how this plays into the collective intelligence model the world model in somebody was pointing out about Q somebody was saying that they were watch. Watching it. And it's almost like they threw out one conspiracy theory about the Jesuits and another conspiracy theory about the Jewish bankers another conspiracy theory about disclosure of aliens. And it's almost like it was conspiracy theory, do your that that it was sending out pretty much testing the waters to see what people respond to the most. Well, it's the old the from what I learned about the old showed up against the wall and see what sticks. Sure, you know. And it's like it's like for example, going back to the Hillary emails just a recap on that to close my thought out on that is her putting a private Email server in her house. For example, let's say the government has a big simulation system that tracks all their servers collects the data, and then put that into a simulation that they secretly used to track that agents or bad actors, right? Let's say they keep a secret simulation to say. Okay. We need to find the bad actors. So let's collect all the data from our systems and start tracking people now, then hypothetically if you move. Data off of that environment. Whatever you're putting into it wouldn't go into those servers. Right. So that that's also the same reverse like the Cunanan. So let's say there's a real operation or there's a real program, you would create a big giant distraction that floods the internet with data that just thrown up against the wall St. what sticks. So no one really goes looking for the real programs. The real department is the real. You know, the real documentation doing on one one thing you find is that it's just a bunch of fortune nature. Imposts that linked to some kind of despair information, but never links you to any real program names, or people names or places where things start or anything. You can really go. Okay. I got it. You know, they were launching satellites at this time. Doing this kind of stuff, right, right? There's no one there to be responsible. For the information is disseminated. There's no prosecution if someone's influenced or at least radicalized in some way.

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05:09 min | 3 years ago

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"If that's can be shown, then you could see that. This is just a bigoted anti-business kind of thing. Let's hear the word diverse. Ours. Guys should be on board the corporations, of course, not. But if you're gonna start limiting things you better limited evenly. Yes. Get some diversity. We can have greater diversity. I the amongst their members allowing religious headgear on the floor. So those are rule. I've never. Religious headgear. Always reminds me of the braces, I had with the headgear. My head. A hated those things had had wear them to school and to do three notches on the right two notches on the left that's headgear on the floor. So those are rules packages. But the most important thing was that we do not continue the suffering of these federal workers, these eight hundred thousand federal workers who either will not be paid or will be paid later and do not have the paycheck. Now, you want to hear the bit from the Bill that they brought out before they bring it to the floor. The seventy two hour Bill is from Sarbanes put it in your Sarbanes from Sarbanes act Oxley Sarbanes Oxley one of the worst. Laws if act ever abso-, he put out the four the people act of two thousand nineteen producer Todd caught this and pulled out a couple of things this is to, you know, more transparency rectify the elections get our elect electoral system in order and a couple of points page nine. The voting age should be lowered to sixteen makes sense. Any citizen would be able to request. A my voice voucher worth twenty five dollars. This is a voucher. You get to even out money and politics, and you can spend that twenty five it's federal money. You can spend that twenty five dollars on any party or individual you want. Colleges can automatically register students to vote, but are not required to ask. If they are US citizens coin to the Bill there's a number of triggers for automatic voter-registration non-citizens who are registered to vote cannot be charged with a crime unless they knew they were violating the crime. So get out of jail free card there. Within six months of an election. People cannot use the cross state registration database to find people who are registered to vote in more than one state. I know because that's voter suppression. That's the Republican tactic. You see to find corruption is is is is right wing craziness. Oh my God. That's an that's unbelievable. Voting rights will be restored to convicted criminals as long as they are not in jail on election day. And Allstate's must allow early voting. And polling locations must be moved within walking distance of bus stops. Let's back up. This is in that Bill that's supposed to. Yeah. The for the people act for the people act. No. It's pretty good, right? Yeah. It's a scam as usual slipping one by but. What? So what does the media say about this? They must have read this over. Instead, this notice these these anomalies. Yeah. Have a clip right here. If you know what I mean? Of course, they don't say anything about the come on. You know, the answers. It's just it's just shameless. Thanks. Thank to our thanks to our producer for. Yeah. That's what we do on this show and put the put the whole PDF in the show notes any show notes calm. You can go find it there. But it's oh, by the way from the future time for if we can just deviate or do you have more on on would understand versus eight divers diversity or on the twenty twenty one. We see if I've on twenty twenty home for anything. Yes. I have. So who who do we still have running the three Bs? That oh Biden and bingo who's a third the that. Oh, Biden, the Bernie, Bernie, we have Kamala Harris, and I think that CNN has really decided to cut Biden out of the three Bs and his and they brought in Sally coned. Everybody's favorite to to take him down. And let everyone know that, you know, Sally Kohn besides being a journalist. I think she's good, although incredibly biased. I think she has ties to the Democrats that are deeper than the surface may show. I always think she has inside info. So here's Sally Kohn turn the page. And I know it's early, but Senator Dianne Feinstein says he would back Joe Biden, if he ran in two thousand twenty if you guys heard this and not.

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05:09 min | 3 years ago

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"If that's can be shown, then you could see that. This is just a bigoted anti-business kind of thing. Let's hear the word diverse. Ours. Guys should be on board the corporations, of course, not. But if you're gonna start limiting things you better limited evenly. Yes. Get some diversity. We can have greater diversity. I the amongst their members allowing religious headgear on the floor. So those are rule. I've never. Religious headgear. Always reminds me of the braces, I had with the headgear. My head. A hated those things had had wear them to school and to do three notches on the right two notches on the left that's headgear on the floor. So those are rules packages. But the most important thing was that we do not continue the suffering of these federal workers, these eight hundred thousand federal workers who either will not be paid or will be paid later and do not have the paycheck. Now, you want to hear the bit from the Bill that they brought out before they bring it to the floor. The seventy two hour Bill is from Sarbanes put it in your Sarbanes from Sarbanes act Oxley Sarbanes Oxley one of the worst. Laws if act ever abso-, he put out the four the people act of two thousand nineteen producer Todd caught this and pulled out a couple of things this is to, you know, more transparency rectify the elections get our elect electoral system in order and a couple of points page nine. The voting age should be lowered to sixteen makes sense. Any citizen would be able to request. A my voice voucher worth twenty five dollars. This is a voucher. You get to even out money and politics, and you can spend that twenty five it's federal money. You can spend that twenty five dollars on any party or individual you want. Colleges can automatically register students to vote, but are not required to ask. If they are US citizens coin to the Bill there's a number of triggers for automatic voter-registration non-citizens who are registered to vote cannot be charged with a crime unless they knew they were violating the crime. So get out of jail free card there. Within six months of an election. People cannot use the cross state registration database to find people who are registered to vote in more than one state. I know because that's voter suppression. That's the Republican tactic. You see to find corruption is is is is right wing craziness. Oh my God. That's an that's unbelievable. Voting rights will be restored to convicted criminals as long as they are not in jail on election day. And Allstate's must allow early voting. And polling locations must be moved within walking distance of bus stops. Let's back up. This is in that Bill that's supposed to. Yeah. The for the people act for the people act. No. It's pretty good, right? Yeah. It's a scam as usual slipping one by but. What? So what does the media say about this? They must have read this over. Instead, this notice these these anomalies. Yeah. Have a clip right here. If you know what I mean? Of course, they don't say anything about the come on. You know, the answers. It's just it's just shameless. Thanks. Thank to our thanks to our producer for. Yeah. That's what we do on this show and put the put the whole PDF in the show notes any show notes calm. You can go find it there. But it's oh, by the way from the future time for if we can just deviate or do you have more on on would understand versus eight divers diversity or on the twenty twenty one. We see if I've on twenty twenty home for anything. Yes. I have. So who who do we still have running the three Bs? That oh Biden and bingo who's a third the that. Oh, Biden, the Bernie, Bernie, we have Kamala Harris, and I think that CNN has really decided to cut Biden out of the three Bs and his and they brought in Sally coned. Everybody's favorite to to take him down. And let everyone know that, you know, Sally Kohn besides being a journalist. I think she's good, although incredibly biased. I think she has ties to the Democrats that are deeper than the surface may show. I always think she has inside info. So here's Sally Kohn turn the page. And I know it's early, but Senator Dianne Feinstein says he would back Joe Biden, if he ran in two thousand twenty if you guys heard this and not.

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05:09 min | 3 years ago

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"If that's can be shown, then you could see that. This is just a bigoted anti-business kind of thing. Let's hear the word diverse. Ours. Guys should be on board the corporations, of course, not. But if you're gonna start limiting things you better limited evenly. Yes. Get some diversity. We can have greater diversity. I the amongst their members allowing religious headgear on the floor. So those are rule. I've never. Religious headgear. Always reminds me of the braces, I had with the headgear. My head. A hated those things had had wear them to school and to do three notches on the right two notches on the left that's headgear on the floor. So those are rules packages. But the most important thing was that we do not continue the suffering of these federal workers, these eight hundred thousand federal workers who either will not be paid or will be paid later and do not have the paycheck. Now, you want to hear the bit from the Bill that they brought out before they bring it to the floor. The seventy two hour Bill is from Sarbanes put it in your Sarbanes from Sarbanes act Oxley Sarbanes Oxley one of the worst. Laws if act ever abso-, he put out the four the people act of two thousand nineteen producer Todd caught this and pulled out a couple of things this is to, you know, more transparency rectify the elections get our elect electoral system in order and a couple of points page nine. The voting age should be lowered to sixteen makes sense. Any citizen would be able to request. A my voice voucher worth twenty five dollars. This is a voucher. You get to even out money and politics, and you can spend that twenty five it's federal money. You can spend that twenty five dollars on any party or individual you want. Colleges can automatically register students to vote, but are not required to ask. If they are US citizens coin to the Bill there's a number of triggers for automatic voter-registration non-citizens who are registered to vote cannot be charged with a crime unless they knew they were violating the crime. So get out of jail free card there. Within six months of an election. People cannot use the cross state registration database to find people who are registered to vote in more than one state. I know because that's voter suppression. That's the Republican tactic. You see to find corruption is is is is right wing craziness. Oh my God. That's an that's unbelievable. Voting rights will be restored to convicted criminals as long as they are not in jail on election day. And Allstate's must allow early voting. And polling locations must be moved within walking distance of bus stops. Let's back up. This is in that Bill that's supposed to. Yeah. The for the people act for the people act. No. It's pretty good, right? Yeah. It's a scam as usual slipping one by but. What? So what does the media say about this? They must have read this over. Instead, this notice these these anomalies. Yeah. Have a clip right here. If you know what I mean? Of course, they don't say anything about the come on. You know, the answers. It's just it's just shameless. Thanks. Thank to our thanks to our producer for. Yeah. That's what we do on this show and put the put the whole PDF in the show notes any show notes calm. You can go find it there. But it's oh, by the way from the future time for if we can just deviate or do you have more on on would understand versus eight divers diversity or on the twenty twenty one. We see if I've on twenty twenty home for anything. Yes. I have. So who who do we still have running the three Bs? That oh Biden and bingo who's a third the that. Oh, Biden, the Bernie, Bernie, we have Kamala Harris, and I think that CNN has really decided to cut Biden out of the three Bs and his and they brought in Sally coned. Everybody's favorite to to take him down. And let everyone know that, you know, Sally Kohn besides being a journalist. I think she's good, although incredibly biased. I think she has ties to the Democrats that are deeper than the surface may show. I always think she has inside info. So here's Sally Kohn turn the page. And I know it's early, but Senator Dianne Feinstein says he would back Joe Biden, if he ran in two thousand twenty if you guys heard this and not.

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05:09 min | 3 years ago

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"If that's can be shown, then you could see that. This is just a bigoted anti-business kind of thing. Let's hear the word diverse. Ours. Guys should be on board the corporations, of course, not. But if you're gonna start limiting things you better limited evenly. Yes. Get some diversity. We can have greater diversity. I the amongst their members allowing religious headgear on the floor. So those are rule. I've never. Religious headgear. Always reminds me of the braces, I had with the headgear. My head. A hated those things had had wear them to school and to do three notches on the right two notches on the left that's headgear on the floor. So those are rules packages. But the most important thing was that we do not continue the suffering of these federal workers, these eight hundred thousand federal workers who either will not be paid or will be paid later and do not have the paycheck. Now, you want to hear the bit from the Bill that they brought out before they bring it to the floor. The seventy two hour Bill is from Sarbanes put it in your Sarbanes from Sarbanes act Oxley Sarbanes Oxley one of the worst. Laws if act ever abso-, he put out the four the people act of two thousand nineteen producer Todd caught this and pulled out a couple of things this is to, you know, more transparency rectify the elections get our elect electoral system in order and a couple of points page nine. The voting age should be lowered to sixteen makes sense. Any citizen would be able to request. A my voice voucher worth twenty five dollars. This is a voucher. You get to even out money and politics, and you can spend that twenty five it's federal money. You can spend that twenty five dollars on any party or individual you want. Colleges can automatically register students to vote, but are not required to ask. If they are US citizens coin to the Bill there's a number of triggers for automatic voter-registration non-citizens who are registered to vote cannot be charged with a crime unless they knew they were violating the crime. So get out of jail free card there. Within six months of an election. People cannot use the cross state registration database to find people who are registered to vote in more than one state. I know because that's voter suppression. That's the Republican tactic. You see to find corruption is is is is right wing craziness. Oh my God. That's an that's unbelievable. Voting rights will be restored to convicted criminals as long as they are not in jail on election day. And Allstate's must allow early voting. And polling locations must be moved within walking distance of bus stops. Let's back up. This is in that Bill that's supposed to. Yeah. The for the people act for the people act. No. It's pretty good, right? Yeah. It's a scam as usual slipping one by but. What? So what does the media say about this? They must have read this over. Instead, this notice these these anomalies. Yeah. Have a clip right here. If you know what I mean? Of course, they don't say anything about the come on. You know, the answers. It's just it's just shameless. Thanks. Thank to our thanks to our producer for. Yeah. That's what we do on this show and put the put the whole PDF in the show notes any show notes calm. You can go find it there. But it's oh, by the way from the future time for if we can just deviate or do you have more on on would understand versus eight divers diversity or on the twenty twenty one. We see if I've on twenty twenty home for anything. Yes. I have. So who who do we still have running the three Bs? That oh Biden and bingo who's a third the that. Oh, Biden, the Bernie, Bernie, we have Kamala Harris, and I think that CNN has really decided to cut Biden out of the three Bs and his and they brought in Sally coned. Everybody's favorite to to take him down. And let everyone know that, you know, Sally Kohn besides being a journalist. I think she's good, although incredibly biased. I think she has ties to the Democrats that are deeper than the surface may show. I always think she has inside info. So here's Sally Kohn turn the page. And I know it's early, but Senator Dianne Feinstein says he would back Joe Biden, if he ran in two thousand twenty if you guys heard this and not.

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05:09 min | 3 years ago

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"If that's can be shown, then you could see that. This is just a bigoted anti-business kind of thing. Let's hear the word diverse. Ours. Guys should be on board the corporations, of course, not. But if you're gonna start limiting things you better limited evenly. Yes. Get some diversity. We can have greater diversity. I the amongst their members allowing religious headgear on the floor. So those are rule. I've never. Religious headgear. Always reminds me of the braces, I had with the headgear. My head. A hated those things had had wear them to school and to do three notches on the right two notches on the left that's headgear on the floor. So those are rules packages. But the most important thing was that we do not continue the suffering of these federal workers, these eight hundred thousand federal workers who either will not be paid or will be paid later and do not have the paycheck. Now, you want to hear the bit from the Bill that they brought out before they bring it to the floor. The seventy two hour Bill is from Sarbanes put it in your Sarbanes from Sarbanes act Oxley Sarbanes Oxley one of the worst. Laws if act ever abso-, he put out the four the people act of two thousand nineteen producer Todd caught this and pulled out a couple of things this is to, you know, more transparency rectify the elections get our elect electoral system in order and a couple of points page nine. The voting age should be lowered to sixteen makes sense. Any citizen would be able to request. A my voice voucher worth twenty five dollars. This is a voucher. You get to even out money and politics, and you can spend that twenty five it's federal money. You can spend that twenty five dollars on any party or individual you want. Colleges can automatically register students to vote, but are not required to ask. If they are US citizens coin to the Bill there's a number of triggers for automatic voter-registration non-citizens who are registered to vote cannot be charged with a crime unless they knew they were violating the crime. So get out of jail free card there. Within six months of an election. People cannot use the cross state registration database to find people who are registered to vote in more than one state. I know because that's voter suppression. That's the Republican tactic. You see to find corruption is is is is right wing craziness. Oh my God. That's an that's unbelievable. Voting rights will be restored to convicted criminals as long as they are not in jail on election day. And Allstate's must allow early voting. And polling locations must be moved within walking distance of bus stops. Let's back up. This is in that Bill that's supposed to. Yeah. The for the people act for the people act. No. It's pretty good, right? Yeah. It's a scam as usual slipping one by but. What? So what does the media say about this? They must have read this over. Instead, this notice these these anomalies. Yeah. Have a clip right here. If you know what I mean? Of course, they don't say anything about the come on. You know, the answers. It's just it's just shameless. Thanks. Thank to our thanks to our producer for. Yeah. That's what we do on this show and put the put the whole PDF in the show notes any show notes calm. You can go find it there. But it's oh, by the way from the future time for if we can just deviate or do you have more on on would understand versus eight divers diversity or on the twenty twenty one. We see if I've on twenty twenty home for anything. Yes. I have. So who who do we still have running the three Bs? That oh Biden and bingo who's a third the that. Oh, Biden, the Bernie, Bernie, we have Kamala Harris, and I think that CNN has really decided to cut Biden out of the three Bs and his and they brought in Sally coned. Everybody's favorite to to take him down. And let everyone know that, you know, Sally Kohn besides being a journalist. I think she's good, although incredibly biased. I think she has ties to the Democrats that are deeper than the surface may show. I always think she has inside info. So here's Sally Kohn turn the page. And I know it's early, but Senator Dianne Feinstein says he would back Joe Biden, if he ran in two thousand twenty if you guys heard this and not.

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03:15 min | 3 years ago

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"If that's can be shown, then you could see that. This is just a bigoted anti-business kind of thing. Let's hear the word diverse. Ours. Guys should be on board the corporations, of course, not. But if you're gonna start limiting things you better limited evenly. Yes. Get some diversity. We can have greater diversity. I the amongst their members allowing religious headgear on the floor. So those are rule. I've never. Religious headgear. Always reminds me of the braces, I had with the headgear. My head. A hated those things had had wear them to school and to do three notches on the right two notches on the left that's headgear on the floor. So those are rules packages. But the most important thing was that we do not continue the suffering of these federal workers, these eight hundred thousand federal workers who either will not be paid or will be paid later and do not have the paycheck. Now, you want to hear the bit from the Bill that they brought out before they bring it to the floor. The seventy two hour Bill is from Sarbanes put it in your Sarbanes from Sarbanes act Oxley Sarbanes Oxley one of the worst. Laws if act ever abso-, he put out the four the people act of two thousand nineteen producer Todd caught this and pulled out a couple of things this is to, you know, more transparency rectify the elections get our elect electoral system in order and a couple of points page nine. The voting age should be lowered to sixteen makes sense. Any citizen would be able to request. A my voice voucher worth twenty five dollars. This is a voucher. You get to even out money and politics, and you can spend that twenty five it's federal money. You can spend that twenty five dollars on any party or individual you want. Colleges can automatically register students to vote, but are not required to ask. If they are US citizens coin to the Bill there's a number of triggers for automatic voter-registration non-citizens who are registered to vote cannot be charged with a crime unless they knew they were violating the crime. So get out of jail free card there. Within six months of an election. People cannot use the cross state registration database to find people who are registered to vote in more than one state. I know because that's voter suppression. That's the Republican tactic. You see to find corruption is is is is right wing craziness. Oh my God. That's an that's unbelievable. Voting rights will be restored to convicted criminals as long as they are not in jail on election day. And Allstate's must allow early voting. And polling locations must be moved within walking distance of bus stops. Let's back up. This is in that Bill that's supposed to. Yeah. The for the people act for the people act. No. It's pretty good, right? Yeah. It's a scam as usual slipping one by but..

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04:24 min | 3 years ago

What's the deal with dogs in strollers?

"I thought we would start off today with stuff that bothers me stuff that fathers. Show. I am a long list, but I happened to go shopping in the mall, which I very rarely do. And you know, I'm in Florida. So it's not like, you know, it's snowy people have put their dogs. Are you ready in strollers install is state has throws for dogs? Forget like they took their kids stroller. And now it's like second hand for the dog. Okay. So you so you think that's ridiculous. Okay. So what is it Scott? I'm telling you. Well, well, what about this? I've seen that. But what about that senior dog that really has a problem moving, but really wants to be out. I mean. Okay. So before you go with them with wheels. I'm for that. Right. So you know, what one of the women were I live has to pugs and they're up in years probably about twelve and they don't have the best agility, and she puts them in a double stroller and walks them down to the waterfront and is just adorable. But what do you think percentages of the people on the dogs that sweaters? I mean, they have far sweaters away. My sister still has a sweater. Yes. They have. The door. They do. But you know. Okay. So I'm with you on that. I think that might be a little too extreme except for the dog that has some issues like my Marty skin issues and sometimes in the web of his paws gets irritated mardi gets a pass pass. I'm loving it. I'm loving the passes. What else? But. You know, they're not accessories. Their family should be treated now. Right. Well, you know logs in pocketbook dogs. Okay. All right. So the dog eat. All right. I'm with you on that. I'm looking at the. Run free on. I'm with you on that, especially if they're able to the stroller thing, I've got a call you out on that. Because I've seen it with the older dogs. Okay. I don't put money in a strolling sixty pounds. I can't get out to Israel. So if he has a bad day that he's just not feeling up to walking. Then he doesn't get a walk, and he doesn't get outside that much. I mean, he'll sit out on the deck, but the idea to move he things I love the idea with the stroller certainly a dog that can fit in it too. So I had a friend when I first moved to Florida. She had a bad experience. She had she she came down here with the shepherd and in this fire ants on the grassy of this different things. She had two little dogs. She never let them out of the house. They went on. We we pads. I mean. Rush. Was terrified of whatever you get that Hicks, and well, you know, what obviously the she was very concerned head owner. But that might be a little extreme guess stroller. Associated want the dog to get dirty. There's some people that just don't want the dirt on the point. So g you know, it's, you know, there is no place for them to go to the bathroom. She went to some kind of Parker on the grass and g g went into the woods and she's a little bit like lapse. Oh, abso she came out with a dead, squirrel parading around they love because look what I found and my sister took a ride home, and bathe her, of course, of course. And I. God forbid if she got gum in her hand. Yes. No, totally get that. And of course, with with an animal a dead animal. You know, you're thinking about disease so that would be a semi to-. Right. So she gets a lot of passes. The okay, see. So what are you learning? So maybe not. Acceptance are right, Cheryl, all

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Robert De Niro Says 'F--- Trump' at Tony Awards, Gets Standing Ovation

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

Robert De Niro Says 'F--- Trump' at Tony Awards, Gets Standing Ovation

"Abso alexa open the case summit preview theatres best i'm elliot francis brazil preliminary meetings are underway in singapore ahead of president trump's summit with kim jong on tuesday correspondent will ripley says north korea is looking for the us to meet them halfway number one priority for it's not economic incentives frankly it's security guarantees they need to know that their government will be safe that they will not be the libya model that president trump's national security advisor john bolton compared north korea to a country they gave up its nuclear weapons and was overthrown by us backed forces just several years later north korea wants kim jong un to remain firmly in control and they want to grow their economy and they also want an end to what they feel is a hostile policy on the part of the united states goes after the cdc announced deaths by suicide were on the rise across the nation senator chuck schumer is calling for more funding for suicide prevention juror says the recent string of celebrity suicides and the cdc's recent report put a quote giant lump in his throat and a hole in his heart well the seventy second annual tony awards handed out sunday steve castenbaum was there bruce springsteen was honored for a sold out run on broadway at the tonys at radio city music hall on cbs this is deeply appreciated and thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block he performed his song my hometown the sound was cut on the tv feed is robert deniro cursed out the president in his speech about springsteen drama students from marjory stoneman douglas high school performed the song from the musical rent seventeen people were killed in a shooting at their school in parkland florida as for the awards best musical went to the band's visit best play went to harry potter steve kastenbaum new the bloody sunday this weekend.

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