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"alex box" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Find yourself, you find your niche, you find your groove, you have this real second education at space MK. But I feel like I'm just kind of hitting certain bullet points in your career for the sake of time, but please let me know if I'm missing something massive. You ended up working with a company called butter London. Pretty early in your career. And that's when I met you. And you were doing now. Yes. So you really leaned into your original area of expertise. Totally. So how was that for you? That was great, actually. I mean, it was an interesting opportunity that was actually strangely this is such a full circle, crazy story, but I remember I was at space in K working part time, assisting makeup artists at the same time. But I was also doing nails in London on jobs. So it was very much like I was kind of just doing a few different things until I kind of was able to be exclusive in one thing. I remember it was like a hit until you were trying your options out. I mean, I knew nails wasn't something that I wanted to do for forever. A new makeup was where I wanted to go, but I was nails was paying my bills more because I was so I was an expert in that space. So, you know, space and K was like my job that I did for the experience and for the cash in my pocket and for the money in my pocket but nails was something that I could do and get a really big job with a really good rate because I knew what to do. So it was like they too kind of played off of one another a little bit. But basically one day when I was assisting, I assisted Alex box for a show in London and there was a girl backstage who actually used to do nails for in southpaw in my hometown. This girl called Tara Blackwell. Oh wow. And she was like, oh my God, Katie, what the hell? What are you doing here? Neither of us realized we lived in London. She was doing PR for Alaska at the time in Alaska, was obviously the brand that Alex box was affiliated with. And she was like, oh yeah, you know, let's get together, let's get coffee or whatever and cut to a while later she then started working at she was working at purple PR. She wrapped bottle London, she was like, you do nails, bottle underneath a new nail tech because there was all of a sudden a space sort of in that role for fashion week stuff. So I kind of slipped into that as an almost as a almost as a back almost like a bit of a last minute type of thing. And essentially, one thing led to another one, and then I became their ambassador for like four or 5 years, but it became it worked and made so much sense because they were actually creating makeup products. And so because I was a nail tech that wanted to get into makeup. They were in a brand that also wanted to get into makeup. It was that perfect kind of like we both wanted to go the same thing. We both wanted to go that same route both wanted to do that same. What a match. Crazy. Also unmatched made by somebody that I knew from when I was 16 in my hometown that's nails I used to do it. It's mad. It's so freaky to think about how everything worked. And then I worked with them for about four or 5 years, and yeah, it was cool. It taught me some cool places and gave me some cool experiences. So then when did you, when did the Katie Jane Hughes makeup artist two? Start to reveal itself. Do you broke away from butter London and it was that because you were like, okay, I need to kind of become my own artist. I want to start working with other brands, or I have something to say. Why did you go out on your own? It full disclosure, my position was released. And it couldn't have been a sweet. It was a, it was like a rough pill to swallow because I was living in New York and I was on salary for this company. I had this security of health insurance, and a salary, and then all of a sudden that role was no more. And even though I kind of was ready for that role to be no more, I wasn't, I was scared, and I was scared to sort of do it on my own, I guess. And there's a comfort level to having a salary and having that health insurance. And when I loved the job, I loved the people, but it was sort of coming to a point where, you know, it didn't feel as sort of natural and organic as it once did, is sort of other people's roles changed in the brand. And it just started to feel a bit like, well, maybe this isn't my home anymore. And that's totally okay, because everything should have a shelf life in a way, because otherwise you don't grow. And so then when I sort of moved on from there, Instagram. Instagram happened. So Instagram became your new, not exactly employer, but your new, that's where Katie Jane used, like two was born. And totally. Why do you think that was really the game changer for you? Why do you think you were so successful on Instagram? Because that's where really a lot of people discovered you. They didn't discover you through your previous employer. Totally. I think when I moved on and did my own thing and Instagram was essentially like my space to play and be as creative as I wanted to be. I just, it was like I was, it was a bit for lack of a better term. It was like I was just what am I trying to say?
"alex box" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Said that you'd notice a lack of playfulness in the industry when you entered. And you were coming in with a very different perspective. Now, that was ten years ago. Fast forward to today, do you still feel there's a lack of playfulness? No way. I mean, it's amazing now. I have to comment on all the amazing makeup artists that when I did get into makeup at the beginning were very inspiring, like Alex box. Pat McGrath. She's my parents, Alex. Oh, she's so great. She was a huge inspiration to me because she really was doing a lot of really amazing kind of colorful painting, interesting work, bal Garland, obviously, Peter Phillips, topolino, there's like loads of people, you know, so to say people was doing were doing boring stuff is not fair because they really were. But I think maybe in hindsight we're talking like ten years ago, maybe what I brought to it was just a kind of a bit more of an uneducated approach, a kind of an outsider approach where I was sort of tackling the face, not as a face to take the makeup, but make up to take a face. So I was trying to abstract the face all the time. I was kind of putting paint and almost not even using the face in the way it kind of maybe should have been. And I think that just was a slightly different perspective. And it was really young. I was like, I was 20. And I think they were, you know, just that sort of playful attitude. Maybe came through. Yeah. You mentioned that shoot where you were like, the clay cleaner and painter. And there was the proper makeup artist. Was that like a breaking moment where you decided to make the switch or did you have a big break where like ID then booked you as the face painter, not the body painter? Like, what was your big break? Well, after that, I got booked by designer called Christopher Shannon in British designer, he did menswear. And I and I did face painting in his shows, and I drew the I painted these kind of landscapes on the model's faces as they were going down the runway, like sunsets and stuff. And backstage I met and I make a part is called Adam de Cruz, and he was like, what is this girl doing? Like, I've never seen this kind of thing before. And he was like, look, do you want to do you want to join me on set for a day? You can see how I work and you can show me some of your techniques. So we kind of did that and I went and he showed me how to conceal and do a little bit of kind of basic stuff. And then I showed him some of my blending and doing other things, whatever in the body painting style. And then I just kind of, I don't even know really what came next. I think I just was in a circle where there were photographers and people around me who were testing and working for free and doing shoots and it was amazing like creative time in London where everybody was just working for free and testing all the time. And I just kind of, yeah, linked up with some people and brought my very small kit. To certain stuff and just kind of went from there, really. Is your kit still small? No, my kids. My kids like, oh like 70 a like 90 kilos or something, 80 kilo. Oh wow. In multiple roles, how do you travel? Yeah, I carry it and these like Burton snowboard, suitcases, my friend and mother makeup artist, so she loves those bags. Oh, they're the best, yeah. So yeah, sometimes snowboard bag. Who are some of the other people at this time in London that you're collaborating with at this point, you've collaborated art, musicians, other makeup artists. What are some that feel really personal to you? I mean, I think some of the post like all kind of testing and whatever. Some of my sort of biggest breaks I think were the beginning with ID magazine. And I did some great shoots with Daniel sandwood. Where we did and Simon foxton the stylist where we were kind of, I got to, I got to do a lot of really cool painting stuff I like tattooed, all these funny sort of characters all over a boy, and then I did this prosthetic lizard face for another shoot for interview magazine and interview magazine also I did quite a lot of fun stuff for and it really was like every time I got booked, there was something really like full on colorful, crazy. And that was really nice. And then shows as well. I remember Aggie and Sam. I did these LEGO masks where I was like, the whole thing was inspired by kind of kids, and so I was like, how would kids approach your face? Well, they probably just chuck something at it, wouldn't they? And just see what lands. So that's kind of what I did. I chucked LEGO at face and just stuck it where it kind of landed and so it was all just about kind of exploring interesting ways of approaching the face, I guess. So now you're talking about your vibe is so different than really any other makeup artist that we've certainly interviewed. And we've contributed a ton of makeup artists. You have a really singular vision, you know, no one else is talking about shocking Legos at a face. For fashion show, you know? But you're talking about in the beginning, like you're working these very editorial gigs and now you've worked with so many massive corporate designers and corporate fashion houses that are.
"alex box" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Away, well, I have a really, I'm really into local news that's just like a sidebar about me. Oh my God, you guys should see here with that app. What's that app? It's always pinging. Citizen app. But no, this is not as on the ground. She literally knows that dog that went missing four houses away. Don't worry, it's been fast. I'm like boots on the ground with what's going on in New York and the surrounding area. But this is really relevant to the beauty world. We know that smash and grab crime is on the rise, especially in New York and other major cities in luxury boutiques. But when I read that they are hitting beauty boutiques and days spas, this is a then it got personal. Is this the beginning? Is this the origin story of your superhero? A superhero I thought about. This is when Jessica becomes makeup man. I'm standing on the side. First of all, I'm not sure realizing this. This is really scary. I'm not trivializing this. This is very serious. This is very scary and it really bugged me and I just felt like I should share this with you. The rescue spa on 19th street in Manhattan, they are known if you love beauty. If you're a big beauty fan, listening to this, you might know it. They are known for their famous facials and their bilayer. Was hit by three masked crooks on a Saturday afternoon broad daylight, plain as day, according to yes, this is where I got this news. The New York Post, they hit at two 40 p.m., according to the police. Wow. The trio took $3129 worth of products from the shelves before heading for the exit according to police. The products included perfume, hair perfumes, hair brushes, and other quote unquote convenient items according to the CEO, Jennifer labs. Yo, there's a P 50 black market because I know that rescue spot does a lot of business for shares. Also, yeah, that's very scary, broad daylight. Sorry to the rescue spa. Yeah, I've heard of luxury stores getting hit, you know, up and down have not heard of any spas. So pretty scary, I'm glad that everybody is safe. Okay, Jen, are you ready to enter the metaverse? Sure, as soon as I figure out what it is. Well, yes, let's do it. Let's go. Well, Estee Lauder has dove right into the metaverse. They were the exclusive beauty brand partner of decentralized metaverse fashion week. And there they debuted their first NFT. It was inspired by their iconic advanced night repair, and there they awarded up to 10,000 of these NFTs for this virtual fashion event. Users were able to go inside the advanced night repair as Brown apothecary bottle. This is all virtual inside the metaverse, receive the wearable NFT, which PS was created by Alex Fox, the makeup artist, creative director who, if you remember, was the big cheese at ila mascot, which is one of my old school. And one of my hair inspirations. Yes, when I met her was when I decided to stop dying my white hair. Well, that's the real story here. So go Google Alex box. She's gorgeous and has style for days. So chic and creative. So your avatar can get their wearable NFT created by Alex box. It's all very meta. It's all very new. You want to get in on this by the time we listen to it. I'm sorry. You've missed the boat. But the point is, things are happening. And we must get on board. It's so funny. It was a big event this weekend, but I just picture there was no physical event. It was just like, we've got fomo, you've got meta fomo. I did not go, but I should have, yes. It's happening, Jen. It's happening. All right, next meta event I'm there by the NFTs, put in crypto, my crypto wallet. The future is now. And on web three and doing decentralized beauty trades with the fat mascara listeners. In the metaverse. Okay. Anyway, I'm going to leave this news moment with a let me leave you all with a sense of hopefully optimism. Okay? By God, we need some optimism right now. We are getting closer to ending hair discrimination in the USA, at least legally. I'm hoping. Now we have talked about The Crown act on fat mascara. The Crown act stands for creating a respectful and open world for natural hair. Act. Now, some states have already banned discrimination based on one's texture style, but this is not yet a federal law. Some states are into it, some states are not. Yes. As we've added states over the last couple of years, we've been telling you as each state gets at it. What's going on now? Well, however, the house recently passed a bill that would ban race based hair discrimination at work, federal programs, and public accommodations. The bill is now going to head to the Senate for a vote. So it's a little bit of a wait and see. I'm feeling optimistic and just a reminder of why this bill exists, I'm just going to leave you with this quote from congresswoman Gwen Moore, which I really think sums it up. She said black women, men and children, face discrimination for wearing their natural hair texture and experience serious obstacles at work and school because of it. On top of that, black women in particular face pressure at work to style the hair in a way that's considered more acceptable because too often, the consequences for not doing so are real and deeply felt. We are certainly going to update you as things.
#digitalsuccess - Social Media Marketing Podcast by TheAngryTeddy.com
"alex box" Discussed on #digitalsuccess - Social Media Marketing Podcast by TheAngryTeddy.com
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Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"alex box" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"Lsu's third-party multi multimedia rightsholder playful. Sports focuses on unique alumni in fan engagement opportunities while expanding responsible gaming in education. Like i told you. There's going to be specific advertisements and emails and billboards in events all geared towards fans and alumni of lsu. Not against it. I'm for it okay. Perfectly clear but broadcast in digital rights. Sponsorships are going to be there. You're going to see. Lsu's logos caesar's they're going to they. They announced assets include naming rights. For the new caesar sportsbook skyline club at tiger stadium. There's going to be a book club named after a sportsbook at the stadium on campus for a football game. A college football game sign age throughout tiger stadium beginning on saturday. Lsu's matchup against central michigan as well as signing in marriage assembly center basketball alex box stadium for baseball and exclusive presence on the lsu sports mobile application. Okay now lsu louisiana during a legalized state la. Lena louisiana legalized sports. Betting but like michigan legalized sports. Betting in the university of michigan doesn't have or michigan state doesn't have an official sportsbook yet colorado legalized and well you of did go and do a deal with points. Bet it's sticky okay. It is sticky. And as it says here in this press release in keeping with caesar's entertainment decade decade-long commitment. To responsible gaming. The company will not mark the students or fans under the age of twenty one or highlight any gaming offers inside campus facilities. But come on. If you're in the stadium you're in front of students like we're not dumb okay. No one's dumb not criticizing not at all. I'm just pointing it out like you can say you're not marketing to students. The student section can see the billboard. They're not blind. It's going to be in the stadium student sexual. We'll walk past in the stadium. The walk past the club. Which is named after caesar's okay so this is going to happen more and more. I think it's awesome again. I'm not criticizing. I'm just pointing out the amazement that i've gotten all this. Because of how strongly universities remember how did we get to the supreme court we got to the supreme court because states were going to legalize sports betting in the ncwa sued the help of major league baseball nhl in the nba and they all got together and they all push the lawsuit the supreme court they lost in a lower court they went to the supreme court and they lost their the double a. We're the ones if you go look up the the actual it's the double versus the state of new jersey. So whenever i see an official sportsbook via partner with a major university a major athletic department. It's the first thing that pops into my head and like man. This is interesting. i. I don't know how to feel about this to be completely honest with you at the comic. Deville little la on the whole thing so just saying it's unique unique story so colorado was in. Lsu is an who's next again. Ohio state. Ohio is not legal michigan michigan's legal illinois illinois's legal. So will we see the university illinois. Will they do a deal. It is a little bit of a grey area right now as to how you do this because the majority of students on campus are not old enough to bet what you do. Is you get in front of them early right. So when they turn twenty one. The official book is caesar's. I went and stayed at a seizure of property on my honeymoon in new orleans. Right so my connection to caesar's in my love is i i love them. I've gone to them and i have friend. One of my friends runs the harrah's down in new. He is the general manager of that. You know of property and so. I've been there twice. Look around where to go to our honeymoon. He was like just come here. Stay here. I'll take care of everything. Come here that's where we went. We went for a honeymoon. We went to new orleans. We had a hell of a week of eating and drinking and partying and having a grand old time in this awesome sweet. It was amazing. It was so hot but it was amazing. Actually loved time in new orleans. I've said my three favorite season. America are nashville. las vegas and new orleans. Boston will be boston. Boston's tattooed on my body so boston's home always but those are three favorites these. I said a boston in america. They're all very similar size. The all have incredible nightlife. They all have incredible people. The incredible history. And i i mean. I haven't been back to new orleans in a long time but legalization for louisiana definitely makes it more attractive in terms of sports gambling. They can go down there and go to sports sports books and hang out in sports books and have fun. It definitely makes it more attractive to go down there so pretty big story today. Would caesar's now being the officials sports book of lsu all right. Big news involving the raiders. Jon gruden announced running back. Josh jacobs out for the game against dealers. Not that big of a shock okay. He's got a toe injury. It could linger. You need to make sure this is okay and take care of it kenyan. Drake was signed for this reason. And i mean drake is going to have to go up against this incredibly tough defense. I wonder is the number going to jump. maybe not. it's six and a half already. It's still six and a half and now now it's it's jus to the steelers now it's one fourteen at fan duel. It's six and a half miles one. Fourteen six and a half plus one. Oh six on the raiders. They don't wanna go to seven clearly. This means that they don't want to go to seven. Because i liked the raiders. Plus seven me seven. I like the raiders plus seven. So i'm gonna wait and maybe even come game day. We might even get a bigger number and we are really close to getting into wong teaser. Territory the raiders will be part of a teaser. Most likely now. If you don't want teasers the total matters it's gotta be forty nine or lower for the total to the total was forty six and a half. It was forty seven. Now it's down to forty six and a half. You're the raiders. Plus six and a half. So you have a chance. Potentially to take the raiders to plus twelve and a half and if if that number goes to seven or two seven and a half or if it keeps on going up you'll have a chance with that very low total. You'll have a chance to go ahead and jump in here and tease the raiders. Up over ten which is going to be a really big key because you could see like a twenty two ten victory for pittsburgh the under comes in. But you can. Tease the raiders. There the other games that you're looking at from a teacher perspective to try to find and also the other way you can do is take the steelers in tease them. Down and with a total of forty six and a half. Take the steelers down to a half. 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Bedtime Stories For Kids
"alex box" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids
"Today story is for riley who lives in arizona. Now don't forget if you want me to create a story does for you and simply ask any grownup to get in touch. Speaking of grownups hate grownups. Did you know that the very best way to support this. Podcast is to simply request a story. Don't just listen. Go ahead and request your very own one. You can visit bedtime stories for kids. Dot co two go request or very own one and those listening through any kind of apple device deliver five star review as well as it helps me out a tremendous amount and is such an easy thing to do. Now if you're ready then i'm ready riley. I hope that you're ready as well. Can we please. Altogether raise our left foot and left arm as high into the skies. We can count on with me in five four three two one. Let's pitzer on walking past and next to the rainbow river. If you want to imagine what the rainbow river looks like then think of river that changes color every five minutes. And if you wait for just a moment i think. The river is a borough to change a ken. I'm just looking at my watch. Yes and three to the river. Just change colors from orange to pink. Have you ever seen a pink. River is kind of crazy but it is amazing. Alex and pizza pizza are on one side of the pink river when the distance on the other side of the river. Alex sees what looks to be like a few horses running towards the pink river. Oh look says pizza pizza but as he looks closer he realizes that the horses are not horses. No no because these horses have what it looks to be like some sort of a horn you. Alex says i never knew they existed in real life. There must be around fifteen unicorns on the field on the other side of the river including three little baby unicorns odor soup killed alex. When suddenly the group of unicorn split some move to the left and some moved to the right of their field and a little girl dressed in pink comes walking towards the river. She waves at alex pizza pizza on alex waves. Back my name is riley these are my unicorns she says and who are you. I'm alex and this is pizza pizza. Why don't you join me on this side of the river. Riley says but how. Alex axe because there is no bridge. Luckily this isn't a normal river. Ronnie says this is the magical ice cream river you see every time. The river changes color. It changes into a different kind of liquid ice cream and as riley speaks river again changes color to dark red. You see the is this. Dark red is liquid strawberry ice cream and the moment you touch it. It stops being liquid and it becomes hard so hard that you can walk on it. You mean that. I can walk on the magical rainbow ice cream river. Why don't you give it a try. Valley says an alex box who the edge of the river. Okay here we go. And alex places one foot on the river and immediately freezes and it turns into strawberry ice cream. Ooh alec says quick. Rally says you don't have much time before it turns back into liquids and this alex and pizza pizza run to the other side and make it to riley and their unicorns. Welcome riley says these are my unicorns. There are fifteen of them in three babies and all of the unicorns are named after my favorite ice cream. Flavors can i introduce you to chocolate. Strawberry mango vanilla orange peanut butter and riley points to all of the unicorns and alex just starts laughing. I love these names. It's the same like my grandpa sd up pizza. Pizza unicorns are the best riley says how many unicorns to you have alex. Oh excess. I don't have any unicorns because where i'm from there are no unicorns. They only exist on tv and in books and of course in the bedtime stories for kids podcast. Of course who riley says then you. Alex must come from very very far. Only i did. I flew in this hot air balloon for hours and hours and hours until i reached this amazing magical ice cream rainbow river and you must be tired ready says. Do you have a place to sleep for tonight. Because if not i would like for you and pizza pizza to stay in my guest room. I'd love to stay over thank you. Alex says then please chocolate raspberry finally says to unicorns. Can you take us home. And briley and alex jump on a unicorn and as chocolate and raspberry star running back to the house inside the house. This is my guest room. Please make yourself at home. My fridge is filled with ice cream. Literally any flavor in the world you can think of amazing success to your. Oh but i think. I am so tired on excess. Oh well then you should go and get some rest riley says and then i will see you tomorrow yes thanks riley have a good night's sleep and as alex closes the door from his bedroom he falls asleep immediately and he starts to dream about the next adventure tomorrow and with that. We're going to end today's episode. Please do share it with all your friends and your family. I hope you have fun. Join me in the next adventure tomorrow. And don't forget if you want me to create a story does for you. Then simply ask any grownup to get in touch so with that being said i wish you good night. I wish you sweet dreams and if you're not going to sleep. I wish you an amazing day and i will see you in the next adventure tomorrow..
Sekeres & Price Show
"alex box" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"From and mammo to blah blah. You can hit stop and hit. Send right there from that page. And if you screw up and want to re record you can do it from that page as well. Alex box. Maybe i missed it. John shannon didn't really say what he would do but what would secure some price do in montreal's shoes well. I think john intimated that luck. There's no way montreal. This is matching this. I would not match if i'm montreal. I think it would sell the pills. I would swallow and take the first and the third. I mean it compromises them a little bit this year. Because i'm sure they hoped alcock in the emmy playing center ice but maybe you can use the draft capital. Go out and look eichel. Is the biggest fish going. And i'm not sure. Buffalo wants to trade him to montreal but because nets off compla- center washington. I think that's real has to do is used that i in third immediately as draft is the trade capital and i turned around. I think i think that's the only option that they have right now. Because i don't know that much. We all stand for a team. That goes from stanley flannel. Two out of the playoffs. I mean there's there will be some pressure on mark version to at fall off with a competitive team. I mean his job was on the line right before they made i think it could be a precipitous fall from grace of much real does not look good. Mark berge will outwitted here in the off season much. Not good you arpan bass. Who's gonna join us on the other side. We'll discuss more on this topic and memo to it's coming up our three secure some price to secure some price from the wall center presentation of outy downtown vancouver mr price you laugh at me fiving surviving and yes table dancing chair. Dance chair dancing on tables on top of audi q. Five to ninety nine bi weekly two point nine percent for up to forty eight month q. Five sport back. You can make this bump up to three ninety nine weekly at three point..
The Jeff Gross Flow Show
"alex box" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show
"Ready. dot different of coasties better more efficient. But it's a very similar style. Rinaldo completely evolve as a as a as as if players everything he's gonna play left wing to right wing to strike like completely different and it's all about how he's dedicated himself realized as weaknesses and change things message just naturally amazing to me impressively is ronaldo's rides the talk but very very interesting. Yeah i think that's that's that's a perspective Like that. i haven't thought of it like that. But that makes that makes sense. I i just can't always assume rinaldo dominant the whole time. But obviously you at that age. He's doing something right but you're right. I think he's to made a bigger kind of gap in into gets that highest level. Our last one biggest frustration in poker. What we're a. Would you like to have just overall. We sell the big blind rule. Come into play. Blind anne out which is nice change. We've seen party get real names. Get rid get rid of hud's per se What is something that's frustrating suggestion or something you would just have you click a button. Just make poker better for everyone. In general do you have any kind of big picture. Idea are thought currently fish gration. I really don't like re entries. Like i'm really really. I hate reentry. Like unlimited funds specially People often you'll even myself like when i play the highest biden's of my buying range inventory. Bitola multi-entry i sometimes feel like fear. Like you feel it a high. I could lose a loss here off. Go really bad. You know. And i just feel like everything wrong about with like ranchers really like single. Reentry of something goes bad. Eliane fine if he looked tolman after ten minutes or one hour even two hours fine but like five hours limited injury kind of goes against everything which i like about poking you know about being able to knock out tournament too. I think for law matches the biggest They can knock. You know like jamie stables of the world series. You know. he's not coming back. Dave set code. Join me like i think. That's a lot of people like the fact that he can just reentering. Come and sit next to again and knock you out. I think very off putting for people especially if it's like five hours into tournament evolving staples off the twenty minutes as kings like set the set. You know it's not really is fine. You know you come back. You're lucky than it's like. Five thousand in four is in when you look at alex box. In right he wanted. Wbz ten k. Blasio six bullets or something right. It's kinda crazy like imagine. You're an amateur knock out one of the top players in the world and then you see him no after four hours. Now he's back in. He's back in like three times in the guys back in so now you could argue. While they're pretty money in the prize dylan. Land were also on that tournament was inflict april so it doesn't always work where it works out right..
"alex box" Discussed on Equity
"The ideas obviously more people are concerned about their appearance unscramble and they see a huge opportunity to focus on the men's cosmetics market compared to classically most these companies are focused on the female market. I'm going to go over my skis for a second. And so if any of this accidentally cantatas offensive please realize that. I'm trying to be nothing but culturally sensitive. The rise of cape in america has been pretty big. I think and i think that when we look at how k pop artists present themselves. It is pretty much the the opposite of eighties. Grunge and heavy metal. There are popular here in america back in the day ends. I think we've seen cultural norms round men's grooming change and i think we've also seen arising acceptance of men wearing makeup and that sort of thing and as you can see faculty wants to expand into things like foundation shadow hair died and so forth. I think the company is is chasing a trend. That is pretty darn smart. I love that. They're not waiting for like everyone to get it. Like i loved it. They're like we're just going to bet on the next wave of masculinity and i don't care about the fragile people in the market you know what i mean and so i feel like that is really great to me. What i don't like is that it's using the drop model. Everything about the company is great. I love i love. They raised money. I liked the name like all of it. And then i'm like oh it's drops which means if you're not hip they released some products sporadically and you have to be very clued in to get them. I'm busy and i do not have time to track drops. What i would like is to look better by giving someone my money. So alex box model. Where you just kinda like scratch into the loop box and your nails totally ruined so you need nail polish to go back to alex's point about k pop. South korea is the world's largest male cosmetics market is far for only twenty four twenty five million men in the country that actually grew forty percent last year. What's interesting is according to an article last year in in cnn for gen z south korean male co correspondents fifty eight percent said they want to pamper themselves with lengthy beauty or grooming treatments at least once.
Court TV Podcast
"alex box" Discussed on Court TV Podcast
"So she's been found not competent to stand trial which is huge because it changes so much here as ted pointed out earlier. You've got three people involved in this alleged conspiracy. Alex cox dead. Laurie day bell not competent. And now chad day bell is standing alone and all of a sudden as a prosecutor in the case i am not necessarily happy and the reason being no matter it pretty much in any case almost any case you wanna try co defendants all at the same time because when you don't and there are co defendants and one or more are not in the courtroom inevitably what happens is they point the finger at the person that's not here but for chad debacle. Now he can point the finger at a brother and a sister. He can point the finger at the sister who had care control and custody of the children and can point the finger at her brother who is dead right. He's dead he cannot You know testify. He cannot contradict anything. You're going to say but point the finger at the man. Who was seen by melanie gibbs right before he disappeared. Jj carrying jj. I mean he's in and out of that apartment. So you point to. Alex and laurie as this crazy brother and sister combo and just point the finger at them and now now all of a sudden it becomes a little bit more difficult because they're point the finger at people that aren't there they're not going to see and then the jury is going to be like well. Is it reasonable. Maybe maybe chad kinda got roped into this whole thing so it harms your case. Now what do i think will happen here. I think it's going to take some time. But i think she will be rehabilitated. And what they do is they. They treat people who found not competent and then they bring him back every once in a while they re evaluate reevaluate reevaluate until they are competent to stand trial and then they bring them inside the courtroom and they tried the case. The only question here is will it be before or after chad debacles trial right chad day. Trial could happen. I while she's still not competent and then she becomes competent. Some point down the road. After chad deba. Then she's got the built in defense of pointing the finger at these two men who dominated her life chad day bell and alex box and you see how difficult it becomes as a prosecutor when you're trying one at a time when there's people allegedly working together who then will inevitably point the finger at the person who's not there. It's a much stronger case. If you've got lori and chad together in court they can point the finger at each other used prosecutor like whatever. They're guilty folks. They can blame each other if they want. Because even in that circumstance still they'll probably try to point the finger at alex cox who's dead in won't be there but at the end of the day it's it's her children and it's his backyard. So you have that. So i think at some point laurie day bell will be tried. So justice will be delayed but i think there will be an opportunity for twelve jurors at some point to determine whether or not she is responsible for the murder of her own children. It's such a sad said case. It's incredibly tragic. I mean what was the motivation. Here what she really under the spell or was it a motivation that she met somebody she just like more than her husband and she wanted to move on and he didn't want the kids around because he had raised his children. His children were grown out of the house He had met someone attractive exciting and in he got his wife has gone and he just wanted to live the life that they were living down in hawaii. I mean they fled when they fled idaho. They they didn't like flea idaho to go to some remote ugly place. They went to hawaii hammer living large around with a bag of money that they got from churns policies. You know this was. It's trials can be wrapped in religion but ultimately found the prosecutor on playing out for what it is too selfish adults. Who did it for money. And freedom and to live a life that they couldn't live with two children and one one of whom was a special needs child who needed extra attention anyhow. We're going to continue of course to attract This case right now. Lorries case not scheduled to go because she's not competent but chad. Still on the docket to happen sometime. It looks like in twenty twenty to believe it. Or not as i said at the top of the show folks. This story has many many layers and we have so much material so much material. Check the the show links Because there's there's a lot of bodycam videos audio recordings documents articles everything that'll bring you up to speed in the case of the called dooms day couple. I'm any polygon. You can watch me every night from eight to eleven on court. Tv if you have a digital antenna please scan it. So you can find our network. That's all for now. I'll check back with you next week. Have a great week and as always. Don't forget to the kids. This podcast is a production of court. Tv could court tv dot com for more content trials on demand and find out how to watch court tv in your area..
KPRC 950 AM
"alex box" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Is trying to shut down the Biden administration. The cicadas have teamed up to foil The press plane that's going to follow Joe to Europe. Apparently there was a press play in the White House press plane was surrounded by so many cicadas that they couldn't take off infested inward and matter of fact, they said, they probably got so many of them up inside those, uh, jet engines there. Yeah, that they're gonna have to. Maybe even open it up and take them apart to get desiccated is out of there, So they had to swap out a plane before. So Joe got on Air Force one, and he got attacked by a couple of cicadas. Him and his wife was walking to Air Force One where I guess he gets to fly on that one by himself. And then the press will just have to take their own plane and he had a swatter cicada off of him before they could get to the plane. They're real bad over there in D. C, uh, that whole Eastern coastline there. Do you realize what this means? That nature does not want Biden or the press to do their job. Well, that and I don't either. Well, that's one thing, but also now I like cicadas. And now you don't want to eat them anymore. Oh, wait. You never did. Yeah, He's never gonna eat cicadas. What the hell kind of Asked. Backwards idea was that that was madness. That's uh, I like it, though. Attacked the White House playing that the press plane, unfortunately, was not already in the air when they noticed the Decatur so it didn't like. Bring it down. People are calling from around the country. 866 I love W J. Judy is in Texas. Judy, You'll be up first. Go ahead. What did you call to tell us? Yes, I called to tell you that it's against the HIPPA rides for anybody to ask about your medical records, which is they're asking about vaccinations. That's and you don't have to tell them. You can tell them. It's against your hip. All right. You think they would know that at a hospital? Okay, so I thought I was looking into this. It's my understanding. That that mostly applies towards jobs and school, right? Does it count for going too? And, hey, it certainly is a job in the case of the hospital, right? But I don't think it applies towards things like rock concerts. But then you also have to wonder. Is this just another way to discriminate against people? I mean, you know, we don't like discrimination. Obviously. No, we don't care for it at all around him. Donnell Rawlings. Very funny Comedian happens to be a black guy. He and I ran into each other in Houston. A while back. He used to be on the Chappelle show, and I asked him What did you think of the mask mandates and standing out here in front of the Galleria mall. He made a big proclamation in front of all the affluent white liberals walking in there to go to Gucci, he said. The mask rules. It's just one more way for these white people to discriminate against the black man. Yeah, and I thought it was pretty funny action. Everybody looked at him like he had just announced that he was holding a bomb. They already and I'll take this very seriously. There's Guy in hall named Boudreau probably won't surprise you to learn. He is on holding Louisiana. Boudreau. What you call to say to us, sir? Yeah, a couple of things. Tiger Stadium, Alex Box. Can you hear me loud and clear. Yeah. Alex Box holds about 12,000 people who expand the room. Only you can pack about 18,000 in there. So that's your answer. You had probably about 14,000 in there for that Alabama game, and they had more masked since Early in me late April. Something like that, and John Bell was his turned out. So he is not going to run for governor again. But I'm sure he will be running for senator and the way Bill Cassidy's voting these days. He'll probably beat him. Well, they've got to do something because these guys don't know how to do real work. They just get so used to just sucking on that teat. They just gotta keep sucking on one of them all. They'll switch teeth on you. Is that right? John Bel Edwards is running for Senator. Is that correct? Boudreaux? He said, Probably Probably. He said, Well, what was your What's your inside? What makes you think that? Well, he's uh he's turned out. Well, that explains it to do something. Yeah, And by the way, for those of you who think the baby cakes was a stupid name, and it was, uh, according to Steve over in Kansas, where they're listening in Wichita, Uh, he said, Now the baby cakes have turned into the Wichita wind surge. Uh, the wind, sir. That's the name of a baseball team when she at least as bad as baby cakes. Well, all the more reason for them to have medical marijuana night. You know, the wind surge? Yeah, Absolutely. The Wichita win. Pathetic. But do they have legal marijuana in Wichita? I don't know that Blake says, Uh, we got a minor league team already in Louisiana. L s U tigers. Okay. Oh, that ain't right, man. Ls you still still alive and hunt? Hey there. Good. Why not? Why shouldn't they be considered the law? Local team, you know, and the men's baseball World Series is It's coming up in, like a week and a half. How about this? Should the kids on the L s u College team be legally allowed to go out and get endorsements? What do you think? Oh, hell, yeah. I think so, too. Why not? Some of them are gonna peak right now in their career. They might as well get a cool sneaker contract out of the deal, especially if they have a great season. Let them do it. Pretty cool thing, I think, um, odd. Things are afoot in Denton County, Dallas. Fort Worth did in Dallas. Fort Worth is a whole area up there. Denton County North Dallas. Alright, so there's a Muslim guy in Dallas. He's in trouble. He's about to get 12 years in prison well for he was sentenced to 12 years in prison. For harboring his brother. That means he was hiding his brother, who was also an who's an inmate or is, um Uh, wanted by by the heart of he's a criminal. His brother murdered his two daughters in Irving. Back in 2000 and eight on the What is about honor killings? Yeah, that's an honor. Right as an honor that they had to do that. This is one of the 10 most wanted suspects guys been evading capture for 12 years. Um, his brother was just put him up at his asshole time and nobody thought to go to his brother's place. 59 year Old brothers. Bad police work found guilty of conspiracy to conceal a person from arrest conceal a person. Um, conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding. Uh, let's see 12 years in prison. He's his co conspirators. 32 year old nephew, whose name is Islam pled guilty to the same charge. Was sentenced in April to 10 years in prison. According to the evidence presented in the case. They sheltered the brother from arrest in an attempt to subvert the administration of Justice. Um, so they murdered the two teenage daughters. What did they do? According to this, he shot them inside a taxi cab and abandoned their bodies inside the vehicle. Um In our 911 recording. One of the girls is heard saying her father shot her. Side was captured back in August. So was this the kind of thing they went on a date with a Christian or something? It doesn't take much in that world who dishonor your family. They showed their hair. Oh, here we go. They were dating boys who were non Muslim. Yeah. There you go. There you go. That was it. He was angry that his daughters were dating non Muslim boys. So he murdered both of them. Totally reasonable thing to do if you're an absolute psychopath, Absolutely. And while we're talking about absolute psychopath, nutjob Jobs. Why is ancestry dot com and the state of New.
The White Book
"alex box" Discussed on The White Book
"The platts alex box of the world. And i think this did end up breaking in. Mealy correct will but i i don't think it on. I'm not recalling. Now that i think it did break in mealy or they thought it would break in mealy. I'm not entirely sure doomsday. Piles breaks my small brain into into pieces. That don't quite. I don't quite understand But like mission. Esso's is a card that never do healthy fair things right it is. This might be. I think one of the few cycles where. There's two cards that like. You can't make excuses for danny promoting combo like you know like the ladies draw bunch of cards you can say like you know just wanted to promote ladies decks right. That's not necessarily trying to promote hambo right and of course neat who's not a big combo designer in that light splashy one. Turn kill kind of combo designer. When he designed a core set red viper. He wasn't going. I want this to be a one term. Kill right but growing ambition and mission. Esso's there nothing combo cards. And this was a set that did promote combo Tyrel dragon Was was the big one that came out of cards in this in this set. I'm trying to think of course dreamt broad with your junk fanatic being being present here as well. I'm trying to think of any other shadow. A combo enablers think the shadows combo cards are all in the next cycle. Like the ones are like really let you loop of jerry. Yeah they're returning cards. They are is tearing in the next cycle neck cycle. So this is not an so you know. I guess queen's guard is also a big combo cartwright So queen so there's a lot of combo cards and it's just just going to get worse and you never combo never really goes away. It definitely it's power level gets reduced significantly from its high point in that combo winter with the ladies combo but it but it never entirely goes away and that is definitely also like of the set. Indeed it is. This said had a lot going going on lago in for it a little bit against it but still lie general. The wall six.
Bolton Fan TV
"alex box" Discussed on Bolton Fan TV
"Suntrust. Alex box at the top of like he's he's created. Yeah at the top of i think he was. I believe we have a sense of scores. Yeah sounds second. So the top two passes like two players are at the top of that like we are one of the most creative sides on argue obviously again comes back to being critical clinical roads. We've got the she individual players. Like i get it if they have a bad game. Muslims not have about game like you can call him over hyped and weather but then the day. He's probably going to buy in three goals at some point during the game and having a binder of all all people who call him behind scott my god with all the high vis they started like just. Why can't bright. This is why i've said before. I obviously love bowen or Golden eiv support born a lot like pretty much all my life you know and then you know i still had bulletins. I'll be completely on this. I hit finds arrogant on the miami this but also it's just something just wrong which is more annoying like if at least if somebody's being arrogant all you know making a point that you agree with that you don't you can accept difference of opinion but took just wrong thus when he annoys bay like come on. It's like when everyone was saying. Look you've gone choir vitual. Everyone that was ever in predicted. This was going to happen. And now it's happened naval gone back into the shuttle's crying and way until an advert slips up again yet also he's gonna say walnut monitors congrats to them manager. Won't yes so you know that's the thing we will talk about Yes so anyone call modest. All the hype. It's just you'll wrong in just next I've forgotten the older. I said this was gonna happen straight before the podcast and i had completely forgotten. Let's just move onto management as we just mentioned obviously santos's well and player of the month as well and able it just goes to show as we've just said you know before january. We were closer to the bottom of the table. Not close to the top of the table.
Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
"alex box" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
"Yeah i enjoy being this on and honestly it feels so nice to know what i'm going in with in the other like a couple card differences from the you know i have two different lists essentially saved. I have one. That's like more focused on like power stopping g. x.'s with the power plants and reset stamps. And then i have the one that i like. I currently have been playing as like hammers just like four hammers a dangerous drill and then four. Switch a scoop up. That's kind of like my little thing. I guess right the cards. I choose over everything else. So it's been working. That's all accounts and people hate hammers. And if you get heads and you have a good day with the hammers can cause a lot of people. Get upset makes sense man. I like i like what i hear. I just. I'm going to open up champions path. Pack real quick. Are you really. I am because on the call. I opened up three in a row. Okay out of a halloween box and they were hollow hollow in another hall lousy. Got something good here i. I'm crossing my fingers because the last time this happened was when i went to walmart. Which is i. Don't know if any fear following our socials. You probably saw or heard about it i was. I had gone into walmart after work and i walked walked up to the you know the wherever the packs were in is like oh sweet. They have a bunch of champions path. Halloween boxes and then they had alex boxes. I was like whoa. It was the day that the The structured ex came out with visa and the blast. And i was like whoa man. All of those are gutted like none of those existed. Like i saw the the stand for it where they should be right. But they're all they were all sold and it's like so scalpers literally ran after these and made sure that no one had structured decks or maybe think about no no no these were polka and sorry structured x. Josh given a structure deck. Was i just anyways. So then i went back to the royal where they sometimes stop pokemon cards and there was a whole bunch of single pack blisters of voltage and darkness blaze. And then there was a ton more of regular structure decks for like guardians rising And then team up. And i was like whoa. That's so cool to see. The older structured acts like sure just. Because i haven't seen products so and then they had a bunch of the rila. Boom senator as and antillean. V four-pack blister boxes. And i was like. That's so cool as i don't need any of them but that's so cool right so you know. I got what i was going getting there for. You know i forget. There's some groceries or something. And then i left as i was leaving us like you know what i shouldn't i really. Shouldn't i absolutely hate this as like and like ahead one in my hand and i was like yeah. Okay so i pull. I pulled in as like you know. I'll just get a second one just all right. I'm leaving and i ran a hate for them. But i was just like all right. I'm like so. I got in the car. Then i started opening them. And i was like i pack dud second pack dud third packed. They were all just hollows like an obstacle in essense scorches. The worst and i was like man. I knew i shouldn't have done this. And then the last pack.
Bolton Fan TV
"alex box" Discussed on Bolton Fan TV
"And yeah always the spotify apple music google. I'm still not sure what platforms are on our completely honest. I just know yeah and if there is a rain system that do go ahead. And it was a five star issue. Enjoy it and it's not lasmo. Why unless know how we can improve by the way guests is common. Yeah it is. Just go look out if you are in youtube. The comments coming on board. Who gets would you like to see. All's have on podcast. Let's try and avoid obvious ones though like the foster because it means i actually discussed this. After last week's podcast. We discussed the possibility of light. Mobile phones are coming on. I've said i would not be able to do. I wouldn't be able to bring myself to i. I'd be all right. Just yeah anybody else. I'd be more than hopping on chat. Depends on the schedule. On a lot of people from different pop saul david we to reveal. Well maybe not right. Now i've lived on a maybe. Yeah yeah as far as well from any of the Alex box lose. No i like doing podcast. Alex it yeah well he just he knows his stuff you know whereas may watch report even the moment order not yeah i mean ties literally just are focused on that. I'd rely on you for most of this. I'm just answering. Call not nice and because yeah toddler is just this encyclopaedia random football knowledge. So what. i'm yeah like i said you know. Comment let us know. Five star ratings as well leaves review five rating system and another difficult reviewed. Yeah if not. I don't know if you can do it through. I'm carousels. i'm not too sure. But i'm yeah by the way is actually i think as well. Yes we are on the actual anchor. Siamese so i've never really mentioned not. Because i didn't think he'll be honest. Well yeah Again for listening watching and we also what we were supposed to do this earlier in the week. We were supposed to do this. Podcast on wednesday. Wednesday didn't happen voice find. This is now the end of the podcast. I apologize for linden but yeah thank you and we will see you. Next one's friday not wednesday. Friday came because there is again we could there. Yeah again. And see you on wednesday slash friday and good bye..
"alex box" Discussed on KTOK
"Well, when we when we started building 19 months of Sprinkles hornbill 1911, and we had the original spec sheet for it for the tolerances for the plus and minuses we can't build. Yeah. No, I don't buy this if we build this thing is this gonna rattle? That's what the original specs for our word because you know, both making sure it was reliable. And making sure that you know anybody could produce it. You know, the sewing machine company could produce a GM could produce right, so the colors have left loose enough that there was parts commonality changing, but I mean, today's 1911 enthusiast season and accept that they want things that fit perfect, but we could do it. So it's okay. Yeah, I mean, we could do it between the CNC and hand fitting and all the rest are looking at the at What you guys doing? They got the 1911 Ronin series, which is four judged. What's the difference? Well, so so on the ronin Syriza Ford slide in frames are basically the The good news about quantity Manufacturing and getting good at after 100 plus years is that we know how to make good things quit now and the machining operations that used to be Done purely by hand fitting, so to make it a really good 1911 fit in 1955. You send it off to a gunsmith and Clark built you a custom gun, the realities. Now we can fit flies and frames that good Alex Box even if the production lines and that's due to machinery and advancements in equipment. Um But the forging part is what makes it last you can you can cast 1911 frame if you wanted to much ferocity is there and it would never have it be a dense and material. So it's nothing strength issue, but as far as the durability There's no way it can hold up a long or short, So we figured out how to do the diamond Price point gun made to sound cheap and it's not cheap it it's it's affordable and we can now do four. Jing's in both slides and frames. So the same part you get in one of our high end. Custom guns or trump matches or or or therapies. That's the same part that comes right in the tender in the Romans and Road and started office has nine millimeters in 40 fives and course you know I don't underst. Maybe you can explain it to me. I like 10 millimeters, but I've never been one of those. It's the greatest thing ever. Then I'm the guy that looks forties. So that puts me is a weird. Oh, no, no, no. You're the guy who's got the wasn't the 2 21 or the jet. What did you say? You could 2022 22 jet So don't talk to me about you Don't understand the Mitch calibers of my heavenly days. It's like four guys in the country that have 22 jets and you're one of them didn't have a gun for it. Yeah, but the cases look cool. Yeah, exactly. I got this cool. Look, bombing looking silly looking thing, right? It isn't really looking thing. But, you know, I guess I guess that's what is it? What? On paper If you look at the 10 millimeter Of course, of all the calibers of calmly Come in. 1911 9 40 45 10 millimeter. It's their millimeter wins. Hands down if you take in power penetration of velocity. Energy bullet drop, So I guess I understand from the mechanic site that totally makes sense. But then there is no but it's It's like okay, Whatever. Here we have an almost quasi I magnum in a 1911 that shoots like a house of fire. The tens I've shot have the good ones have all been pretty darn accurate. And I think what's happening? One of the things that's going on is that a lot of people everybody wants a bear gun. I don't care if you live in freaking Madison Avenue, Manhattan. You wanna bear gun, right? Gotta have a barricade. I gotta have a bear guy because you never know when you're gonna be a bear walking down on South Beach in Miami, so I don't know. So and then for people say, Well, I don't want a big old Magnum revolver. I like semi autos. Oh, we could do a 10 and the important fact. There are four brand new 10 million loaded with just announced last week, three from five federal one from Browning and these air heavy like hunting and bear defense loads, so It's a real thing now. I love one. I won't look at it on paper when they shoot one a long distance. I don't know if everybody does this. I mean, we do things like this, But then we like 22 jets. When you're shooting 1911 that targets of 100 further. The difference between 10 and a nine and a 45 is tonight Day. I mean to drop the energy that hits the target. You should have full, so let it 100 yards with 10 millimeter, and it sounds like the nine millimeter does it 10 yards? Just bond. It's just so much, okay, but I've got to go to a break before I do that. I have to tell the story on us because you talk about well, you she went out 100 years of thinking. No, Rob. I remember you were in south Louisiana at this incredible range and we said, Well, let's just keep back and off and we're shooting the 10 millimeter 1911 to Springfield, 1911 at 300 yards hitting stuff. It was like crazy down people. What would you do that? Well, Because we've got the range here. We got the guns and the ammo. We can. So there it Isse, don't go anywhere. We talked with Rob Blake from Springfield Armory. Not only they have the 10 millimeter in the road and 19 left, which is very cool, Five inch gun, But we've got some other stuff. We got rifle that we talked about. And also you heard of.
Leading Saints Podcast
"alex box" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Blessing for our members in for our families understand. Yeah and i just love the concept of initiation. Obviously the temple has its own way of doing that. to us. says is children of god. But also i think in the context of leadership callings. You know if you were to make me write a list of my top. Ten best friends i would guess. Seven of them would be people. I met through a bishopric leadership calling where i had the opportunity to sit in a room and the petition inspiration and guidance from god our role and so it's this brotherhood right or a sister hood that deletes the opportunity to experience and oftentimes maybe Member moves on. And you call a new guy you know you sustain amon in saffron meeting and set him apart in that it's like well hey good to have you let's Let's talk about the brownie activity next week. You know but to really liked taken intentional staff. And i'm not saying it should washing feet or anything but have some type of initiation process where they feel your brotherhood now like we have a deep divine purpose here in europe part of us. I think that sometimes gets lost with just sort of the turnover. Different callings in administration. Are you're set apart like all right word clerk mark that in the computer system right but to really i think joseph whether he was officer he definitely understood that initiation into the school of prophets. I just getting together talking about bible verses here or more verses like this is a special school you're part of brotherhood where we can learn more about got. That's a great application curtain. I haven't thought of it that way. But that's that's i like that. That's what you're meaning by december. yeah. I love We have a few minutes left Which ones do you wanna hit on before we wrap up you know. I think another great leadership one would be. I call it. Sydney sermons and some listeners may not know so. Give a little history to bed. I painted this This painting of rais delivering. He delivered to really really influential sermons in the summer of eighteen. Thirty eight one is known as the salt sermon. One is known as the july fourth ovation. Unfortunately both of these sermons had really negative impacts on the church. Nothing like by the way to give a talk and one hundred eighty years later people are doing paintings of and talk about how what a negative impact. It had on church but but the these ones did. Sydney was a great orator as many people. Now but what happened was i can back up in. Kirtland will in independence missouri. We get kicked out. Because of external apostate external mobs in independence when we're trying to establish the new jerusalem. The church doesn't fight back. We turn the other cheek and we get kicked out and then in kirtland right. After we build the temple we have internal dissension. The drives us out of kirtland. So now we've lost zion the city zion anyway and we've lost our temple in ohio. We've now gathered so far west zury and basically the question by church leadership is what we do when this happens again. What do we do. When there's internal dissension and apostasy and what do we do. When there's external mobs and the decision this time has made to fight back. And they're making that decision based off section ninety eight of the doctrine and covenants. The city delivers these two sermons in far west says okay. Now that we're hearing far west number one the salt sermon. He says. listen up. all you apostates. Who are here in far west if you've lost your faith in the restoration if you've lost your faith in the first presidency if you're trying to undermine them if you don't sustain them you are good for nothing you are salt that has lost. Its savor and you should be trodden under the foot of man. And he'll wow. He was serious. Yeah one person said. They overheard senior agency. He wanted to erect gallows on the public square to hang any apostates. Wow so out. Based off that sermon. There is a group that forms known as the dan nights. And i don't have time to hear if i can give a plug cast plug. Yeah please listen to the uae religion. Podcast letter y religion. My colleague alex box has done a lot of research on the dan. Nights listened to the episode called the missouri. Dan nights basically their oath-bound vigilante group. Who takes it upon themselves to warn out these undesirable people from a community and when they hear sydney sermon are like okay and they go knock on people's door in essence and say. Hey do you believe in the first presidency in the church or not if not you better be gone by tomorrow when they drive them out of far west missouri. The up the apostates then ciragan on july fourth delivers another sermon called july fourth oration. This one is more aimed at cornell mobs and he basically says okay. We've driven out the internal apostates now. There's any external mobs out there. If you guys come after us. If you guys try to take away our rights it will. He says quote it will be a war of extermination between us and you. He says we have turned our cheek when smitten. And we've turned it again and again and we are tired of being smitten and we will no more be smitten as what he says so that he is the one that lays down the term war of extermination and in essence is one of the things that starts to fan the flame the leads to the mormon missouri war in eighteen thirty eight with the external mobs that have us ended up being exterminated from the state of missouri and joseph smith in prison in liberty jail now to the point now the you know the history when joseph smith is in liberty jail. We all know that part of his letters that he writes would become canonized canonized in section one. Twenty one twenty two and twenty three of the doctrine Every leader who's listening to this. I can say right now quote this from memory no power influence can or ought to be maintained by virtue of the priests did only by threat. Vigilante groups force violence fear intimidation right. That's what the second. Oh no i remember. I remember either. Maybe long-suffering yeah patient only by patients longsuffering gentleness who love on feigned kindness pure knowledge without hypocrisy charity that when we exercise the opposite of those two to exercise control or unrighteous dominion amen to the preseason authority of that man in context in by the way just after those verses in the letter joseph says we have learned by sad experience that is the nature and disposition Of almost all men they'll begin to exercise. Unrighteous dominion let our sufferings by the wickedness of dr samson eight yards suffice and that's a reference to the dan knights. Were not used to interpreting. Section one twenty-one on those verses of proper priesthood leadership in this context of sydney sermons in the dan nights but that's where they're coming from and it's a great lesson on us as leaders on how do have righteous influence. And that's why. I wanted to paint that painting of sydney giving these sermons. There's nothing wrong with giving a passion sermon. I mean look at other holland right when it becomes wrong is when we start. The used. Violence and fear intimidation threats coercion. Unrighteous dominion to try to get our way to try to overrule or overpower in particular to try to force righteousness. It just doesn't happen so we have learned by sad experience from.