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"alex i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:10 min | 2 hrs ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host. Eric metaxas. Hey there folks, Alvin, Chris, James, the engineer hiding. Today is Wednesday, the 1st of December. Did you think we would finally get to December? I know theoretically, every year we get to December. But this year I was having my doubts. I was really praying for the rapture. Yeah, so was I. By the way, you didn't even mention. I've got a different hat on today. That's because I'm a man of many hats, you see? Well, I didn't mention it because it's a radio program and nobody believes you, album. But unless they're watching it, why would they even think that, you know, we're wearing clothes? It's radio. But you gotta tune in to rumble or Frank speech at 3 o'clock. You got to do it. Okay, let's hit the highlights and then we'll move backwards. Okay, number one today. In our next segment, we're going to be talking to Alex berenson. Some of you know that name. He's a big deal. He was The New York Times reporter for ten years. And then, and this is kind of the larger narrative of our of the time in which we live in America. Something happened. And straight on reporting was no longer acceptable. So he has found himself kind of doing his own thing. He's been on Tucker Carlson quite a bit. He's got a new book out called pandemia where he's talking about what most people on this program know that whatever is going on with this so called pandemic, the powers that be the government, they have overreached. They've used this as an opportunity that has really turned things upside down. And that's why we find ourselves in this very strange place. So in a couple of minutes, Alex berenson, brand new book, it came out literally yesterday, pandemia. We're going to be talking to him. We also will be talking to Kevin McCullough. Right? Oh, yeah. Kevin McCullough, but he's not going to be wearing his turban today. We got a lot of information to cover. We need to talk about the roe V wade thing at the Supreme Court. We need to talk about Chris Cuomo leaving CNN indefinitely because he was caught doing something with Jeffrey toobin, at least that's the report I'm getting on camera. We're going to be talking about that. But before we get into anything really substantive like that, I want to mention, I'm going to be in San Diego this weekend preaching. It's the Balboa campus of awaken church. Evidently I've been moved to the Balboa campus. It's their big campus. I'm preaching three services on Sunday. And I hope I will have my nasal issues cleaned up by then. Yes. I know. There's something going on with your nose, I think. People can tell that I'm sort of still stuffy or whatever because I'm recovering from various things. But I want to say I'll be in San Diego. I'm gonna be in billings, Montana next Tuesday night, speaking at an event. So I want to mention that and I also want to mention before we get into the news of the day because we've got time today. We really have time, but we have time to get into the news that they just amongst ourselves and then later on with Kevin McCullough. But before we get into that, I want to remind folks of two things. We're doing a fundraiser for CSI. You know, that CSI Christian solidarity international, we partner with them just about every year now. Because they're doing God's amazing work. And I think that when things are really dark, when things are really difficult when things are really confusing, God always tells us, do the next thing. In other words, rather than getting your eyes on what's in front of you and what just focus on me and do something good that you know is good, right? Pack lunch for your kid or for your spouse. Do anything that's good. We'll see a they are literally freeing slaves in sedan, who we find it hard to believe that this can be real, but we need to face that there's really evil in the world and we can do something about it. So we want you to go to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner and give to CSI. This is the time of year when, you know, you do have to think about those that are less fortunate. And I can not imagine, even in a country like America, where there are people struggling with all kinds of stuff, I can't imagine what it would be to live in a place where there's actual slavery. Actual slavery where people are being enslaved because of their Christian faith by radical Muslims, fulani tribesmen, who literally believe that this is okay, right? We live in a world where everybody knows it's wrong. They live in a world where they say, no, this is the way it's been since the beginning of time. And we can do something about.

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"alex i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:10 min | 2 hrs ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host. Eric metaxas. Hey there folks, Alvin, Chris, James, the engineer hiding. Today is Wednesday, the 1st of December. Did you think we would finally get to December? I know theoretically, every year we get to December. But this year I was having my doubts. I was really praying for the rapture. Yeah, so was I. By the way, you didn't even mention. I've got a different hat on today. That's because I'm a man of many hats, you see? Well, I didn't mention it because it's a radio program and nobody believes you, album. But unless they're watching it, why would they even think that, you know, we're wearing clothes? It's radio. But you gotta tune in to rumble or Frank speech at 3 o'clock. You got to do it. Okay, let's hit the highlights and then we'll move backwards. Okay, number one today. In our next segment, we're going to be talking to Alex berenson. Some of you know that name. He's a big deal. He was The New York Times reporter for ten years. And then, and this is kind of the larger narrative of our of the time in which we live in America. Something happened. And straight on reporting was no longer acceptable. So he has found himself kind of doing his own thing. He's been on Tucker Carlson quite a bit. He's got a new book out called pandemia where he's talking about what most people on this program know that whatever is going on with this so called pandemic, the powers that be the government, they have overreached. They've used this as an opportunity that has really turned things upside down. And that's why we find ourselves in this very strange place. So in a couple of minutes, Alex berenson, brand new book, it came out literally yesterday, pandemia. We're going to be talking to him. We also will be talking to Kevin McCullough. Right? Oh, yeah. Kevin McCullough, but he's not going to be wearing his turban today. We got a lot of information to cover. We need to talk about the roe V wade thing at the Supreme Court. We need to talk about Chris Cuomo leaving CNN indefinitely because he was caught doing something with Jeffrey toobin, at least that's the report I'm getting on camera. We're going to be talking about that. But before we get into anything really substantive like that, I want to mention, I'm going to be in San Diego this weekend preaching. It's the Balboa campus of awaken church. Evidently I've been moved to the Balboa campus. It's their big campus. I'm preaching three services on Sunday. And I hope I will have my nasal issues cleaned up by then. Yes. I know. There's something going on with your nose, I think. People can tell that I'm sort of still stuffy or whatever because I'm recovering from various things. But I want to say I'll be in San Diego. I'm gonna be in billings, Montana next Tuesday night, speaking at an event. So I want to mention that and I also want to mention before we get into the news of the day because we've got time today. We really have time, but we have time to get into the news that they just amongst ourselves and then later on with Kevin McCullough. But before we get into that, I want to remind folks of two things. We're doing a fundraiser for CSI. You know, that CSI Christian solidarity international, we partner with them just about every year now. Because they're doing God's amazing work. And I think that when things are really dark, when things are really difficult when things are really confusing, God always tells us, do the next thing. In other words, rather than getting your eyes on what's in front of you and what just focus on me and do something good that you know is good, right? Pack lunch for your kid or for your spouse. Do anything that's good. We'll see a they are literally freeing slaves in sedan, who we find it hard to believe that this can be real, but we need to face that there's really evil in the world and we can do something about it. So we want you to go to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner and give to CSI. This is the time of year when, you know, you do have to think about those that are less fortunate. And I can not imagine, even in a country like America, where there are people struggling with all kinds of stuff, I can't imagine what it would be to live in a place where there's actual slavery. Actual slavery where people are being enslaved because of their Christian faith by radical Muslims, fulani tribesmen, who literally believe that this is okay, right? We live in a world where everybody knows it's wrong. They live in a world where they say, no, this is the way it's been since the beginning of time. And we can do something about.

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Alex Berenson Explains the True Science of Wearing Masks

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | 12 hrs ago

Alex Berenson Explains the True Science of Wearing Masks

"What's the science on mosque's Alex and especially when it comes to children wearing them 8 hours a day in school? What did you find? The sun's on masks was unequivocal. And they're useless. They're useless. This isn't really even an argument people are having. Now, N95s, which technically called respirators, which are uncomfortable and which are more expensive and which are not really in widespread use in the United States, I mean people do use them, but if you wear one of those properly, really strapped tight to your face and you get it what's called fitted, those may offer some protection, not they're far from perfect. And you don't end up with this pressure walk around your face, right? That's right. And who wants to wear that 8 hours day? Almost nobody. And those haven't even recommended for the civilian population for the most part. Those might work some. Everything else is useless. And this really wasn't even a debate before March of 2020. And by the way, here's where masks actually might be somewhat useful. If your symptomatic, if you're actually sick, if you're sick. Right. If that's right, wearing a mask, a, it can catch you know some of the globs of phlegm or whatever that you're spinning up. And B, it's a signal. It says, I'm sick. Stay away from me, which is which signal becomes totally worthless when everybody's wearing masks. So here's why mass don't work. The very simple explanation is you may have seen these memes that were going around last year of a mosquito and a chain link fence. Well, that's basically correct. The virus, the viral particle is just too small for the weave of the mask to catch. And that's true upon breathing in and it's basically true upon

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Alex Berenson Breaks Down American Perception COVID Mortality Figures

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 12 hrs ago

Alex Berenson Breaks Down American Perception COVID Mortality Figures

"So Alex talked to us about first the mortality figures because we have this one figure that Americans, according to your book, thought that they thought they would die at a rate 25 times or sorry a hundred times greater than the actual rest of them. So talk to us about the first thing you found out about the disparity between expectations and actual data. Sure. So and by the way, the substance is the best place to go. I'm very active on that since Twitter kicked me off and you don't have to pay for it. You can sign up for free. Most people are signed up for free. It's called unreported truths and just check it out at subsect. But so yes, when Americans are surveyed and the survey is not running anymore, but it ran for actually over a year. About what they thought their risks of dying if they got the coronavirus were I think the number came in at 20 to 25%. So people thought they had about a 20% risk or 25% risk. People would die. That's correct. And that number is off by a factor of about a hundred. You know, you can argue about it a little bit, but it's about a hundred. And by the way, if you do this about hospitalizations, people think that there's like a 50% chance or more that they're going to have to be hospitalized with the coronavirus. And once again, aside from the elderly, the number, it's in the 1% or less range. So people just have a completely skewed idea of the coronavirus risks to

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Alex Berenson Explains How He Was Banned From Twitter for Telling the Truth

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | 13 hrs ago

Alex Berenson Explains How He Was Banned From Twitter for Telling the Truth

"Alex, you strike me as somebody who's, you know, a bit old fashioned because you're a journalist that actually looks for the truth and the fact. Can you explain to me as such, why you don't have a Twitter account anymore? What happened? Sure. Well, you know, I want to say something right off the top. There's probably a lot of things that you and I disagree about. I think that is a fair bet. Right? You know, I think we probably disagree pretty strongly, for example, about January 6th. But the reason that I, you know, I basically am a conservative media person now in terms of who will have me on is because the left is so intolerant of discussion about the coronavirus about the value of non pharmaceutical interventions by which I mean lockdowns and masks and school closures and other stuff that we did last year that basically proved useless as a lot of data shows. And now it's gotten even worse with vaccines and this is why I am no longer on Twitter. You know, I was very, very critical of a lot of things last year, but when I started to ask questions about the vaccines that people didn't like, you know, that's ultimately what got me banned from Twitter. And the irony is a lot of the stuff that I said, you know, starting both both last spring, but especially over the summer about how the vaccine seemed to be losing any power to stop infection or transmission. I mean, those are essentially conventional wisdom right now, which is one reason why there was this desperate push for boosters. But you know I said it three months too early and I got banned for it. It's crazy

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Red Wings beat Bruins 2-1 for franchise's 3,000th victory

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Red Wings beat Bruins 2-1 for franchise's 3,000th victory

"Marc Marc Staal's Staal's first first goal goal of of the the season season was was the the tie tie breaker breaker with with just just over over eight eight minutes minutes remaining remaining in in the the red red wings wings to to one one decision decision over over the the Bruins Bruins Alex Alex Delton Delton mich mich made made forty forty one one saves saves and and Phillips Phillips the the Dino Dino also also scored scored as as Detroit Detroit earned earned its its third third straight straight win win David David Pasternak Pasternak scored scored for for Boston Boston and and leave leave his his own own mark mark stopped stopped sixteen sixteen shots shots the the Bruins Bruins were were without without head head coach coach Bruce Bruce Cassidy Cassidy after after he he was was placed placed the the corvette corvette nineteen nineteen protocol protocol hours hours before before game game time time Boston Boston leading leading scorer scorer Brad Brad Marchand Marchand served served the the first first of of a a three three game game suspension suspension for for slew slew footing footing Calgary's Calgary's Oliver Oliver Ekman Ekman Larsson Larsson on on Sunday Sunday on on the the ferry ferry

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Alex Berenson: More Media Censorship Is Coming

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 2 d ago

Alex Berenson: More Media Censorship Is Coming

"And I'm really worried like you said with the vaccines I just had a breakthrough case Alex It wasn't mild I'm not trying to extrapolate anything from that It's a single subject design It's just me Maybe other people have I'm telling you my case wasn't mild and I feel like today during the show I'm saying to myself this episode will probably get banned somewhere just because I told people factually accurate information I'm really worried about that No I think you're right I don't think you're off conflict at all I think this is a huge issue going forward I think as I said I've been banned from Twitter but I think a Twitter censorship is going to get worse because Jack Dorsey certainly was the CEO of Twitter the founder he's stepping down I think there's a belief among a lot of people that Twitter is going to start to censor even more aggressively And you are absolutely correct By the way I think everybody should be allowed to speak Basically everybody should be allowed to speak And if you have some dumb conspiracy theory that the vaccines are filled with silicon nanoparticles or whatever that will get the speech will drown out speech and it will get worked out That said when you ban people like me who are clearly making their best effort to be serious journalists you're going to drive people to weirder conspiracies Okay you're going to drive people into the hands of these people who say this vaccine is around to depopulate people I don't believe that I don't write that but when you ban people like me you're naturally going to raise suspicion among people who are predisposed to conspiracy theories So it's a terrible idea It's terrible for our country I mean I have to believe that the Democrats eventually are going to see that this is a mistake But they haven't

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Alex Berenson: 'Science Is a Tool, Not an Arbiter' When Talking About Coronavirus

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 d ago

Alex Berenson: 'Science Is a Tool, Not an Arbiter' When Talking About Coronavirus

"Like this the endless fear campaigns are always aligned with two narratives uri and only two narratives Alex If you don't promote mask mandates and vaccine mandates nothing else is to be spoken of and they both involve the aggregation of power with people who benefit from it You mentioned Ivermectin you're a horse paster You mentioned antibodies all you're in it with big pharma You don't know where you Ronda said this to anybody These are all these are testable hypotheses Does this stuff work or not I would agree that and I'd say something else which is science is science is very very important obviously But science ultimately is a mechanism Science doesn't have the answer Science gave us the atomic bomb But it was a political and military decision to drop that bomb Science can tell us masks work or don't work or they work somewhere well It is a political decision to tell everybody to wear a mask It is a medical decision to say you're young you're at low risk from COVID I don't think you should be vaccinated even if there might be some slight benefit to you Because I'm not sure the benefit and I'm not sure the long term risk On the other hand if you're older it looks to us like the risk is a lot higher from COVID And so we think the vaccine is a better back from you Those science is a tool ultimately It is not the arbiter We are the arbiters through our political process and doctors doctors seem to have forgotten the medical process The first rule of medicine do no harm Think about risk first and they got to that because they did so much harm for so long I'm not talking about in our lifetimes I'm talking about in the Middle Ages in the dark ages doctors killed people They bled people to death They cut holes in people's heads It took medicine a really long time to understand that you could do tremendous harm in the sake of doing good And we seem to have forgotten that in the last few

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Alex Berenson Was Banned From Twitter for Being Right on Coronavirus

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 2 d ago

Alex Berenson Was Banned From Twitter for Being Right on Coronavirus

"You know the problem Alex with this and this degree of faux certainty that we get from people like Fauci and other public health bureaucrats is you know they cite science constantly but then they'll say oh well the science evolves Yeah but that's not how they talked about these things in the beginning They imply there was a sense of certainty to it You know masks then double masks And then when you question them about the data they know this specifically they attack you You're like wait I'm a journalist I was an actual like I actually do reporting Why are you attacking me I'm just putting out the data And that's not that's not science That seems to me like they're trying to advance a certain power hungry narrative and they're trying to attack anyone who dares question them I mean listen I've been banned from Twitter to have like Twitter I banned me not for saying oh you know if you inject the vaccine you're going to turn into a zombie For saying here here's what these really data says in June and July of this year Okay Twitter banned me effectively for being right I said you were failing several weeks before Fauci said the vaccines were failing And that's what got me banned And so and by the way I'll go back right now If you ask me does it look like the boosters are working Yeah it does Temporarily anyway I think they're going to start to their efficacy is going to start to weigh in But I just follow the

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Alex Berenson on the Fear Porn Media Produces About Coronavirus

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 d ago

Alex Berenson on the Fear Porn Media Produces About Coronavirus

"Sure So Alex I've watched your appearances on media often It seems like you were way ahead of the curve about this seemingly endless fear porn campaign I mean listen we have a decent understanding now of the epidemiology here how the virus spreads the R nought the lethality the case infection rate we have the data now And it seems like now with a crown and then before with Delta it just never seems to stop It's almost as if the media is enjoying this You know I hate to hit the resort of joy but there's sometimes does seem to be an element of that And so pandemic is coming out tomorrow is coming out Tuesday The 30th and in writing it one of the interesting things a couple of interesting things about it I was able to write up through September which is pretty unusual for a book My publisher writing really enabled me to get almost almost to the current day which means the book feels pretty current But what I was really struck by was looking at the last 18 to 20 now almost 24 months As you say it's like nothing seems to matter It's like Groundhog Day You know these predictions of doom come out they're used They were used last year to sort of force lockdown to take away people's civil liberties and encourage people to wear masks when there was almost no evidence that masks would do any good And then this year it's all been about vaccines And you know let's be clear that if you're older if you're a high risk group there are some evidence that the vaccines may help you at least temporarily be on that I wouldn't say there's much evidence they do much good at all and there's plenty of evidence sort of piling up about side effects And yet the media just feast on this and will never acknowledge a mistake they will never acknowledge that the same people they're telling us to listen to right now have been wrong about almost everything for the last year and a half And I hope that people get one thing out of the book It's like look at what you really step back and look at the sweep These people have been so wrong and there's been no consequence

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Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2

"The the wild wild doubled doubled up up the the lightning lightning forty forty two two is is Ryan Ryan Hartman Hartman broke broke a a two two all all tie tie midway midway through through the the third third period period Hartman Hartman scored scored for for the the third third straight straight game game and and has has goals goals in in five five of of his his last last six six giving giving him him twelve twelve on on the the season season Nick Nick bjugstad bjugstad Victor Victor asking asking Marcus Marcus fully fully know know also also scored scored for for Minnesota Minnesota which which has has won won three three in in a a row row cam cam Talbot Talbot made made twenty twenty eight eight saves saves for for the the wild wild Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Alex Alex killorn killorn did did the the scoring scoring for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped thirty thirty three three shots shots for for the the lightning lightning which which had had won won three three in in a a row row and and six six of of seven seven on on the the ferry ferry

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 Kyle Lowry scores 19 points, Heat beat Bulls 107-104

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 4 d ago

Kyle Lowry scores 19 points, Heat beat Bulls 107-104

"Gabe Vincent scored a season high twenty points as the heat held off the bulls one oh seven one oh four Vincent scored sixteen of those twenty points in the fourth quarter Kyle Lowry added nineteen points and Jimmy Butler at eighteen as Miami move to thirteen and seven on the season Alex Caruso had a season high of his own twenty two points also off the bench but the bulls playing their fifth game in seven nights drop to thirteen and eight and they had a season high twenty two turnovers David Shuster Chicago

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Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers

"Alex events can registered his twenty eighth career hat trick as the capitals won for the eighth time in ten games four three over the Panthers a veteran scored twice in the fifty six second span of the second period and pulled within nineteen goals of former Cappy armor yarder for third on the NHL's all time list a Vatican says he stepped up his game after being hit in the mouth by a park five minutes into the contest it was a wake up call for you know but again thank god I didn't lose any teeth like it was not a major Tom Wilson also scored and if getting because that's a fat three assists as Washington ended Florida's four game winning streak Jonathan Huberdeau seventh goal gave the Panthers a one nothing lead just thirty two seconds after the opening faceoff I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 4 Cincinnati stays unbeaten, beats East Carolina 35-13

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

No. 4 Cincinnati stays unbeaten, beats East Carolina 35-13

"C. F. P. number four Cincinnati is twelve and following the thirty five thirteen winners east Carolina Desmond Ridder threw for two touchdowns and was seventeen of twenty eight for three hundred one yards and two interceptions Alex Pearce caught eight passes for one hundred thirty six yards while Jerome Ford rushed for eighty five yards and a score Cincinnati gave up only one touchdown and held east Carolina to fifty four yards rushing the Bearcats are trying to become the first team outside a power five conference to compete in the fourteen C. F. P. they'll face used at home next week in the AAC title game I'm Dave very

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Brian Mudd: Joe Biden's Low Approval Among Young Voters Is a Generational Opportunity for Republicans

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 5 d ago

Brian Mudd: Joe Biden's Low Approval Among Young Voters Is a Generational Opportunity for Republicans

"If you go back and really take a look at the data he's been underwater with voters under the age of 34 since early June But you might imagine that the real falling out that's happened here of late That's been driven by the youngest voters These vaccine mandates I do think they play a meaningful role here You know vaccination rates are lowest wear Their lowest youngest And it stands to reason that those who've opted not to obtain a vaccine for their own health reasons and considerations up to now Don't take kindly to being threatened with their careers when they're just starting to make their way in the world And take care of their family grow a family And so what actually is happening here Is a generational opportunity It's a generational opportunity And it's a generational opportunity for Republicans if they get this right You know I'm the real life walking talking Alex B Keaton You know you take a look at the 80s and in loving Reagan was a thing It was a thing for millions in my generation He is the primary reason That those of us that were products of the 80s the gen xers tend to be more conservative than boomers or

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Kadri extends point streak, Avs top Ducks 5-2 for 6th in row

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Kadri extends point streak, Avs top Ducks 5-2 for 6th in row

"Colorado won its sixth consecutive game besting the ducks five to two during the streak the avalanche of scored thirty six goals all while missing superstar Nathan mackinnon captain Gabriel Landeskog coming out of our zone with speed and and and also we do that and play fast draw some penalties and apart please been a lot better last six seven games yes took the lead for good at two one in the second period on a redirect by Alex new hook the game took a bizarre twist when Colorado goalie Darcy Kemper twice had to exit because of a malfunction with the blade on one of his skates with the victory Jared Bednar past Bob Hartley is the winningest coach in avalanche franchise history Bruce Morton Denver

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The Real Story of Jan. 6th Is What the Government Does to Innocent People

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last week

The Real Story of Jan. 6th Is What the Government Does to Innocent People

"Well isn't that the story of what I mean honestly Nick this has been the story since Maybe since Trump took first took office but especially since all this COVID madness has hit and that transition of power this has been the story What they're telling us in the media in the left wing media is happening does not match up with what's happening before our very eyes You're right there You didn't see some violent revolution that was going to overthrow the United States government I don't even know how they thought that was going to happen What guy with horns sits in Nancy Pelosi's share and then what Fill in the blanks They are telling a completely different story Yeah like I said most of the people there that I saw were my age or older and what were we armed with like blood pressure medicine and Holy Grail in our sleep apnea machines If you're going to overthrow the government you need some young people okay Maybe a military would help too Maybe But as we start piecing together you know talking to people that were there what we really discovered as we went wrong was that the real story here is what the government is doing to innocent people who really went there and did nothing else Families that have had their doors broken down by the FBI And you know this man that they came after never been arrested for anything Alex and his wife and they treat these people like Pablo Escobar or serial killers or something S.W.A.T. teams humbert vehicles going down a little neighborhood For the streets I mean it's a pulling but the government is doing And the reason they're doing it is to have a chilling effect They're trying to terrorize and demonize Americans who disagree with the leftist agenda and make sure that everybody understands This is what's going to happen to you if you stand up

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Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | Last week

Alex Berenson: Vaccinated People Under 60 Are Twice as Likely to Die Than Unvaccinated

"So what's going on in England? Not the United Kingdom just England. Of course, Fauci does not care about data, Fauci is an ideologue. He's a pathological individual. Never has to be cross examined about what's really happening. According to Alex berenson, vaccinated English adults under 60. Are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age. And has been that case for 6 months. This chart may seem unbelievable, or impossible, but it's correct based on weekly data from the British government. Could we get that do we have the chart that we could put up on screen? I'll experience in rights I have checked the underlying dataset myself and the graph is correct. Vaccinated people under 60 are twice as likely to die as unvaccinated people. The overall deaths in Britain are running well above normal. Do you see that? That people who are unvaccinated are actually doing better against the foushee virus than people who are vaccinated. And we saw this entire saga also unfold in Israel, months ago. Why aren't we allowed to talk about this? Why is this not the number one news story in the country?

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Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Roger Stone, Alex Jones

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Roger Stone, Alex Jones

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting the house January six panel subpoenas Roger stone and Alex Jones the house select committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol has issued subpoenas to five more individuals including Roger stone an ally of former president Donald Trump and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones the subpoenas demanded documents and testimony from stone Jones and three people accused of organizing and promoting the two rallies that took place January sixth in the nation's capital representative Bennie Thompson the democratic chair of the panel said we need to know who organized planned paid for and received funds related to those events the committee also wants to know what communications organizers had with officials in the White House and Congress Mike

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Perseverance is Cambridge Dictionary's Word of the Year

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Perseverance is Cambridge Dictionary's Word of the Year

"The Cambridge dictionary announced its twenty twenty one word of the year the word became popular thanks to NASA's Mars rover this is the name of the world the junior teenager Alex Mather won an asset naming contest it is in my opinion a central quality of human beings as a species editors at the Cambridge dictionary say online searches for the word spiked after the perseverance rover made its final descent to Mars in February it's been looked up online more than two hundred forty three thousand times around the world so far this year I realize that perseverance is not only just an important part of the mission but an important part of humans and I decided that that was the best name for the mission perseverance is defined by the Cambridge dictionary as continued effort to do or achieve something even when this is difficult or takes a long time I'm a Donahue

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"alex i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:59 min | Last month

"alex i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"I'm your host. Rob lee and my next guest is a texas born. Baltimore raise itself taught visual artists. Who's practice focused on. Abstract minimalistic in illustrative style of art. Please welcome alex rectitude about gas. Howdy appropriate absolutely absolutely so. Go bears and all of that stuff. Hello morgan allom. So i wanna. We talked a little bit beforehand. It's those actually the most prerecord prep done in a while. So that's like a little bit positive. Tell you that like that. Little bit of You i think. I wrote that down did and then i came home. Of course there was a while ago. I always just like reread stuff. So let's let's go back into it a little bit Let's get into it a little bit. Where so i talked about. The abstract minimalistic in illustrative styles of art. But speak more about your background. You you know. Tell me about that a little bit. And how you got started and going from having a background in p. In education to being in an art space so speak on a bit So my brother is years older than me in a really good art and can draw when he was in he moved here when i seventy from texas and he did really well in art he would draw. They had when the perry hall and they had you know how they will like how schools will have art insecurity mall by desk. So he he they did like this maze project in other triangle in there were it was amazed on the inside. He did like Like a color shift from the top to the bottom like red orange green blue. It was pretty neat. A really good job. He learned how to draw people in all bunch. Other things we would sit at the table android cartoon. I would trace them. He will withdraw. And then one day i was like i don't wanna trace that felt like it was cheating so it was a thinking with our fudd and i house. We were sitting at the table. We were in texas by the way it was over the summer..

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"alex i" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"alex i" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My conversation with Alex and his mom about the transgender experience. I do think the idea of like all of us are attached to narratives like the idea of having. Mother daughter weekends as you get older or You know, with your mom, like the three generations of women kind of stuff like all that has to be processed and released. Yeah, exactly. I had a narrative to where I was going to have a strong woman. I was going to raise a strong woman on and it's like, Oh, well, I got two sons. So yeah, that's done And and we did. We used to do Little mother daughter. Trips. Um, and that's what we would call them Girls weekend, right? Um and Alex is The middle name we gave him at birth was my grandmother's My mother's in mind and sort of that connection and so sort of having that multi generational connection through the name and that's gone. Being a mother of the bride that's gone. Yeah, there's not gonna be in a delivery room unnecessarily. You know, the mother daughter Bond thing is probably and however that comes out is probably the one that's Memorized. Yeah, it's so trippy, because in some ways, it's still totally like your bond with Alex is deep. I mean, in some ways, it's probably so much deeper than an ordinary relationship where all the intimacy that around this must be so intense. All the advocacy are the gratitude. Other learning like it's it's really Accelerated experience for two people to go through together. I think you're right. It is very intense, and and we've had to make some big choices. And so that requires to have, you know, really deep, meaningful conversations and about like such deep things like the nature of identity, and like, Who are you? And are you your body? Are you the thing inside your body like this is as heavy as it gets. Yeah. And then just what steps do you want to take? Right? And do you wanna start? Hormone blockers or testosterone, or, you know, now we're considering the surgery pieces and Be thoughtful about that and make sure we're informed and dealing with. Yeah, the emotional peace and what do we feeling? And how will be dealing with that? And then you know, the external community, right is a zoo, Alex. Goes to when picking a high school is this house is gonna work for you there. Um Yeah. How did your husband deals that all? I'm really fortunate we both shared. You know that Neither of us were like this isn't Real or URGENT. I think he was Probably harder for him than it was for me, and I don't know why necessarily, But I mean, Alex I talked about he still has. Alex is You know, dead name in his cell phone? I think he Oh, yeah. He struggles to Let go totally. But he's fully supportive at the same time. You know, we we've been dealing with a number of things is everyone is And so when this happened, it was like, Oh, my gosh, like we know enough to know that this thesis something that's going to take that. That time and attention and thoughtfulness and study and it's like, Oh, this is exhausting. I think that kind of anticipated that it was like when, after really hunker down and You know, I don't know that he had a full tank where we started this, So right, right, right. Yeah, There's the idea that you're only supposed to have one crazy thing happened. You know in a lifetime, and then it's like what? No, no, no, no, already already did something that was really unusual that most people don't have to deal with. The fertility treatments and multiple miscarriages and then to adoptions and those that was probably the process. I thought, Well, that's my thing, right? That's That's the thing that You know, I'm I'm gonna have to study and understand which is not being a biological parent. And that's the thing. That's the narrative I have to leave behind. Yeah, and then we've you know, we've had Alex's brother had struggled with learning differences. And so we had to uncover what all that meant. And and the stigma that comes from a kid who you know, thinks and learns differently. I thought you were there we go now we've got Got that taken care of? Yeah, That's enough. I'm good. I'm good. Yeah, And then this with Alex again about the having a transgender child. Um And all that comes with that, Hmm. What are you in your marriage really good at Yeah. Hmm. I think we're pretty good at humor and being kind ourselves. Maybe that's a way of Hmm. Gymnastics, But I think we take care of ourselves. You know if we No, that we need to be together and go for dinner. Go for a walk of for a bike ride. I think I think we're good at that. I think we're good at Knowing What each other needs. Um.

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"alex i" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

"We do You know the Cisco Rozov community is entered a you know an interesting state because of the consolidation continues not only enact community but communities such as Microsoft, acquiring medicine edge, and what that's driving as these carrier providers are doing a hybrid approach they enter that that hybrid approach they are. Dealing with multiple systems, generating several log files, and that becomes yet another challenge. So Dash Base is you know able to bridge all those logs across all those systems together painting at. Single Pane of glass to help root cause analysis be determined very fairly quickly with the the solution. It also sounds like there might be a telehealth story here too. Yeah you know the market is trending in that direction obviously with the the Cova da pandemic and. Telehealth is a big initiative that's ongoing as well as other remote collaboration technologies you using leveraging web RTC technologies and that's one of the areas of focus for the organization as we enter this next chapter of a remote collision technologies. Alex I. Did I did I miss anything there on that? Yeah, I think he I think he hit a spot on I mean the one thing that reminds me of is the all of the interests were getting around Web RTC because gas is focused on building tools specifically for cloud communications. Our customers have very allies, desires the needs and what we're seeing from..

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"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

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"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"In some instances, there is a jump that needs to be made, but in some instances there needs to be you know a transition and so we talked about on our calls like. Delegating little things to other managers in my company, my successor per se. I'm easing myself out of. Corporate Answering, fulltime entrepreneurship. So then when I do take that job that league invite you know please I'm gone I'm not sitting at home not knowing what to do because today's the First Day fulltime entrepreneur and I have no clue when I sent me doing. Now case of you may these strategic decisions you know Ah, now you set yourself up. To be able to do more things to not only others but now you're serving yourself because you're not going to a job to not necessarily really like you're. Actually in your purpose. Yeah it sounds like we have a similar like as soon as for me like my the thing I like to say like when you change your environment like everything sports change even if that, you work with a coach or join a mastermind now you're empowered to be like screw that I'm GonNa do this full-time like I'm seeing all these people that are, of course, I can do it right exactly and if also chose Oh. Look for me to be like on that same Johnny sometimes. Because I'm like I know Ma'am I. If you're not end. More. About Online, calm me out and I. think that's another thing. We don't have people that we can be held accountable too. Because we WANNA do this journey on our own, and entrepreneurship is a not for first of all for the faint heart number one. Secondly, you cannot do this business yourself. You have got to have people that held you accountable and so I. Thank God, for people like you who are like I'm hold you to that. 'cause you sit and be there my coast told me like you definitely wasting tournament talent. You know you giving it to someone else. Yeah. Fractious for pennies on the dollar we you could be capitalizing on it for yourself. Yeah I mean I agree with you so much I felt like that's where I was like six months ago. So I really resonate without like one thing.

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"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"Yeah. I I love that I. Think it's so true and. Part of the book writing process was like at the beginning I thought I knew what I wanted to write about and I was like this is going to be the book and he was like, no, this is not the book you need to bring down. You need to do all these exercises and get a lot of clarity on what you WANNA do because like you said, our brains are so. Heated that maybe you think you're trying to write about one thing that's not it's not really what you need to be writing about. Those exercises just? Go deep deep in your brain and get out like the tiniest things that you're like I didn't even know that existed. That's the. That's the Magic Cheryl I remember I have a friend and actually you know just with you and I talking makes me you know, thank y'all need to reach out to her because when we first talked about a book because she said the same thing she was like like you got a bunch of bull you like we need to get started with one and she was like, well, what's the one thing that you feel like you're an expert at and I said you know event planning and she said now that wild without a book about that you know eventually she was like Yeah Benchley you will. But there are other topics that. Uses that know how like wall birthday you're in that? You can speak on that will open up other doors, not just for a man claiming but other platforms for unified. Wow. That was amazing. Yeah. No I mean it's so true and you know I think we're so quick to pick like the first thing or the thing that we want instead of maybe this thing that we need. One really powerful like lesson I've learned from the psycho coach that I worked with. You know if the book is serving as a powerful transformation tool for you, you're going to have other people transform for reading the book..

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"In that frame to where people are like, Oh, well, that's how it is all. Well, that's why they do exploring the. Yeah I mean it's it's like so so true I love that you said that I think it's so important and one other way that has been helpful is in my group, what I usually do is whenever I send out my welcome poets like welcoming the new members, I always put a link to download a free copy of the book at it's like one way that I start to build a relationship with my team with my group that they can get to know me on a deeper level and show that like here's really what I'm about here's what this group is going to be about. Like I think it's really helped establish that sense of team to. Tell me like how has the book helped Grow Your Business Yeah I. Think the biggest way that it's helped is a helping me get worn like I've had a lot of podcast interviews come from it, which has helped me. Helped me grow I've had. Speaking opportunities come from it, which is held Negro and then there have been people through Amazon who have bought the book that have reached out to me that have. Like downloaded the journal that I offer for free in the book so It's it's put me in a position to afforded me opportunities and really allowed me to network with a lot of people I wouldn't have before right I don't think. People think how amazing those opportunities really are For me like. I back and I'm like, what would I even write about? My League because I haven't been aiding, and now my business is a place where I think I need to but I just Kinda like I'm like okay. So what in the world should I talk about? But then when people say what is it that you talk about most often what are the top ten things that people ask you consistently, what is it? What are the five pains? In Your Business Day when you when you give it to them that way I might I'll hell I could write my books on. Process. That you think you know. Yeah, I feel like when I definitely think you have a lot of bucks. You know I can I can feel that. For I worked with a book coach I. Actually just finishing up the six months and I booked to come out next month. But. One of the first things he had US do was like brain dump every single idea. You could possibly have to write a book and in my in the cause that's behind me I literally have like sheets these huge These huge posters filled with ideas for box And just get it all out, and then you pick the one thing that's like really really hitting. Oh okay. Okay. I Love Brain Dumping Alex tell you I use this so often so like for me..

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"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"My Alex like now, we gotta be strategic because we get one shot at this and if we messed up, they cannot. UNSUBSCRIBE and they're not coming back. You know like we don't think about the components of our business that make it function to build teams. Yeah. I I mean I love that point I think like. You know the fact that like she feels really comfortable raining you. Know like we need to actually go this direction and like the fact that she even cares enough right. Give you that feedback is is huge. I like means she cares about what you guys are trying to do and I know that probably really simple. But like I think more often than not people don't share the feedback because they just don't care enough. You know. then. Makes Sense. Like I never. Yeah. Yeah and I miss out. Because like for me like I think there've been so many times where I just have not said anything because I'm like screw this person like they're not gonNA listen to what I have to say it won't even matter but you know. I for the people that I think I really deeply care about I will say something even if it's uncomfortable, right? Right. And I. think that's a part of what you say in the beginning about leadership like being able to step up we need those people in our lives especially when you have strong personalities like us like I know sometimes, Ma personality takes older frigging like literally I know and I don't do it apart. It's Calm bill this is how it is. I'm GonNa, be the loudest in the room I'm own that room. It's just told am. When I have people in my life who care enough about me my brand. Relationships to say. That may not be a good idea. How about we tried this? Those are the people I want to be around it with those are the people who I WANNA do business with because they're going to make me better. It doesn't matter whether I pay them or don't pay them or. We're barring negotiating services. The mere fact that she can say that to me means they truly care about me and it's like we're still working on email marketing like Allison's trying different things trying to find different programs. She's like listen we can't rest is helping I. Know you trying to get it off there? I know you WANNA grow. Your. Subscribers, but she was like we get one shot at this we can. You know. Yeah She can do that. She can communicate with you. It's great. Yeah I. Love It. I. Absolutely. Love it. So let's talk about your book a little bit. Why did you decide to write teach douglas the Fox Supply Yeah so A few reasons. So I think the first reason..

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"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"So let's talk about teams a little bit because that's something that's very, very near and dear to me that's something that's super important to me I think business owners miss out. So tell us why building the team is like absolutely essential for any business owner. Yeah. So definitely I think it's essential for any business owner. I. Think it's essential to create a team with any audience you have to whether that be clients or podcast listeners are blog readers whoever your people are need to feel like a team There's there's a few reasons one having a team when people feel like a team and they feel like they belong to something bigger than themselves, they are going to be the first people to promote the. Everything. Out of whatever you do, right. You're going to be your absolute super fans when they feel like. They're not just showing up because you're a coach, but they're showing up because they're contributing to really making an impact on the world so like. Rama getting your brand out there and expanding your business like people love to be part of something that's bigger than them. Exactly. Exactly. So what were you will? WanNa whole would you count as a team? Yeah, I, think it's Obvious the obvious ones again our. Employees really like Oh my team of employees, which is definitely the truth. Like I've been saying the clients that you have like, for example, like I was in the fitness industry and we had tons of trainers who had personal training clients and the question I would ask for any of you coaches who are listening like do your clients know each other like? Is there a space where they all collaborate and communicate like do they feel like? Individual clients, individual people who just happened to be showing up for you or they people who are working together to accomplish axe. So for example, like if you're a weight loss coach dear feeble feel like they are just trying to lose twenty pounds or do they feel like they're trying to change the way that we eat dinner in America or changed the way we? You know the obesity issues in children are in families like what what figures thing does your team your client feel like they are working toward Ri-?.

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"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"And For me, this was this used to be a really hard thing to talk about or to think about because there's times where like our journey isn't pleasant where we have like really uncomfortable memories are traumas like. And so I know it's so it's so true. Yeah. Like that, that's the first thing for me and my leadership journey me really stepping into that role I did this time on exercise where? Birth to now. All. Applies ignored again. and. I started or translink. What patterns am I seeing? Why am I the way I am and you know I was promoted to a management role of very young I think at like twenty one I was in a management role over like a really big team. And people like why you so good. How are you so good at having these conversations and after doing that timeline one of the things I realized was. I've had to be an adult since I was like twelve like had to have really hard conversations with my parents family members I've had to show up as the adult all my life. And now you're just asking me to do it in a different setting. Yeah. Yeah, that makes sense. We were having a conversation at work just recently and companies really good about coaching up bay, love for us To coach up and I think it's Kate. Wink like you say went at twelve that you are having to do those things and I and I find myself that way to my mom was an alcoholic and so. I found myself at times where my brother and I had like Kinda step up and in be the adult and take care of ourselves in some situations that I remember when I was younger as a young mom going through depression where my kids had to step up you know sometimes when it will dark, you know for me I couldn't even mention that they have to step up but you're right. If people don't know you're learning your personal mason. became by in. People to so obsessed not for the paycheck, but the soul for the 'cause they got to be involved in their whole process. Yeah it's I mean it's so true and I think there are so many times where I'll use you as an example where you've been podcasting. You told me you've been Pie casting for years. You've had a mazing guests. I'm sure there are people who probably look at you at are like, wow, she must have had like all of these advantages and all of these things in all this help and it's really like everyone starts from the bottom right you l. ing that story like really humanizes you and show his people you can do it. Yeah. Yeah. I think a lot of times people miss it because. They're afraid to share that story. They're afraid for people to know the real authentic them I was talking to. A guest this morning Recording from podcast and we talk about how? We don't know how interact in person anymore with people this quarantine Kinda is is forcing us..

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"I'm so excited for you all to hear what she has to share with us because she has a bomb group, but I'm GonNa tell you all about that. So start out by telling the listeners a little bit about yourself. Yeah sure. So I'm obviously Alex, I'm the founder of the at we build The free community. At our mission is really to empower and inspire fifty thousand leaders to start investing in themselves so that they could build amazing for more than a paycheck. Erbakan's us. Every day round like. Bill Amazement teams with entrepreneur ord even with the masters. Their. Team listeners. That's going. In the nine, the author of teacher ducklings sly to guide for people who are just like absolute rock stars what they do and they want us are getting into coaching. They want to start learning how to teach beginners and that's that's my little intro. There's awesome like that's really cool. I love women who invest in others especially other women like. If I could sisterhood that we have. To where? Yeah we want help else. But we like helping each other like get to where we need to be I think that's awesome. I love it. So what was your expiration behind? We bill killer teams try like whole is it or Yeah. So originally, really this is like the tribe that I wish I had probably six months ago. So my background is actually in fitness So I actually quit my job in December of twenty eight where I was overseeing. Different Gyms. Teams and I was just running off the ground. Five and going till nine pm to an over and over again and really never stopping, and I used to be this person who was learning and podcasting in growing and I just totally stopped that and I felt like I was like shrinking and getting smaller and you know just feeling terribly and so this group is for those leaders who really maybe don't have the money or the time or the support or the space to. Keep in that mice activity. Incredible senior so For. Anyone wants up. Hear whether dinner failing. In Nair community whether it's in their business and I use the word team kind.

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"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"alex i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"His presence his humor he's still around I mean they've been having really I continue to have profound experiences and everlasting life and but I also did as it may sound odd because people think of me as a very outgoing person at the end of the twenty six days of isolation I was not tired of being alone I love it I love being on the mainland living alone being alone and I have very very dear friends and lots of support people I can you know get to talk to you in and as usual my my students my students very keep me going and getting with with so many of them because I've been doing extra stuff during this situation I it's been bigger and okay I'm in I'm in good shape I love you very much care about this yeah so we deeply laugh and yes good yes the you know good hi let me know so we both decided we yes some I hope and I hope both sexes equally I I I think it's a good thing but anyway everybody has a different the nature of my nature is to hug and as I always say I have contempt for humanity but I love people all right so Alex I had a feeling opposite humanity but I don't like very much that's very funny okay there you go it's fair enough okay so we both decided we'll talk about the lockdown people together so I have couple been or at least one member of a couple have have they have people been in touch with you during this lockdown time yes they have and we we gave away eighty.

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"alex i" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"alex i" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Like okay we know we got to get into mode I was with Alex and I were together and I slipped and Alex I said okay you go through the bedroom for an address book we have to find you know because we have to find the family or somebody to contact you know we gotta get the ball rolling so while I am going through the man's desk where the phone is a looking they are looking for this phone records address book all of a sudden I had saw you getting here can you hear us what's the matter he goes walk he opens a drawer and it's loaded with money loaded with and we're both like all you know of course the expletive right because what we I I was like all right ISIS in the kitchen the some of those those supermarket that was going to you know get one of them can we just stop this thing with money and we just we thought we went to the first floor and then the next door down was stuffed with cash so with that once the the you know what once the person's weight was removed the medical examiner came and made the pronouncement bobble bother with the body was removed by security apartment with Alex and I'm like come on let's get the headquarters now in my trunk then the lieutenant looked at me because now what and I threw the bag on the desk and I I look at cities like all my god you know it so we count was about forty knows that little over forty nine thousand dollars a look at the picture and Alex says this you know serious look on his face you got the big smile at all my gosh my lieutenant was was given me the business and making it all making me laugh of course because only you only you not even a week away from a time when you got to get into the middle of something like this you know what people put your beloved you beloved on the force you know you've got that Louie DePalma I take no B. as personality and anyone between the the U. was a better man for it and you know you're you sell you're a better man for having known detective Alex were part of it what what would you say to the family and we see the other police officers in Union City now dealing with this for your virus now you can make you start to cry of course is my family but I mean we're all hard and believe me we are all hurting and Union City has suffered I mean we suffered over the last few years and I can see continue to say we because you know being a cop and a marine you never stop being today I never stop being a cop and you know we suffered through that the deaths of mark as a Tunisian Ricky Fernandez great catchy Allison John Krakow mole I mean these are all guys that I worked with what B. side and laughed with them and shared meals with them and you know and and it's so true we we went to a very tragic for trying time and believe me we are you know but it's all I can say is that these four guys erupted agreed Alex you know it's just that it's but she was so heart wrenching but you know we we have a good point this to our one of our other guys and again another close friends another cop funny Trujillo Fernando he is getting over the call that he he got he got very very sick and he was involved in intensive care and everything and he's now home he's still recovering so thank god is right and you know all I can say is is that just the pray for everyone that's it absolutely you know what I'm going to check him glad you reached out and I'm glad you were able to come on and say it because it's time you know this time with it's great that we can hear from you it's great to hear from someone who's been on the job for so long inspire so many others on the job with those words bell thanks for coming on we'll keep in touch all right Steve thanks and god bless you god bless you too all rights should be designing you of his brother rob was the one that we got the kids before Melissa donated a kidney after he came on rob's a fire captain one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five it's it's heartbreaking you know it's heartbreaking for all the police officers you know bills Beatty does hash tag Friday and now more than ever you got to pray for the police officers got to pray for the health care workers got to pray for all those people who really are on the front lines you know it we hear that expression so much while they're on the front lines you go to work every day and deal with the virus I mean read the role dealing with the virus as it is we all don't know where it's going to be we all don't know how we're going to come in contact with us we pray that we don't but then there were those whose job it is to go out and deal with the virus my wife is a physical therapies demand you know fortunately she's not seeing patients that are over nineteen but you never know I mean hell you never know when you walk into a supermarket who's got it but Chiquito Chickies emotional guys a good man you know I've always respect the Chickies rob's older brother and you know when he reached out to me about detective Riverdale and I saw the procession like we are bring Mr radio we gotta talk about this and you know we pray for you know the proto family as well as we pray for all the police officers of the families of those who lost them the police officers who were still on the job we thank you and a lot of people listening right now who are on the job you know driving around in cars and also dealing with this every day so thank you thank you for your service thank you for the good works that you do and when I come back we shall talk a little for twenty so do stick around this is New Jersey won a one point five fast traffic.

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"alex i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"alex i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Here we got ready. Number one. That no one will love me. Group hall says if you don't love yourself how the hell anybody else. I'm not a huge fan of myself to be honest. Number two. Failing at my job. Number three. Fear being a success. Number four. Failing at being a parent. I am from a family where at least with my parents, we went through very rocky time. I've two siblings. Don't really talk to either of them. May younger sister, and I never live together, and never had much of a relationship, and my older brother, and I did live together. And we fought all the time and I'm afraid that I'm going to somehow do the same thing to my family and have children. Don't wanna talk to me or children. Don't wanna talk to one another. So I just kind of marinate in that fear. Number five. Being selfish. There's a part of me that has a hard time recognizing things outside of myself. And I know it, I see it in myself like I don't want to, you know, do the cat litter ever. I don't want to do the laundry ever, I don't wanna be the one who has to take the kids to the park. I don't wanna be the one who has to shop for groceries. I want to like half my own time. Number six. Let me think here. What else am I? Well, I'm desperately. Being. I afraid of being alone, definitely. In my adult life, I have lived without a roommate once for about two months and hated it. I have been a serial monogamist before. I got married in every relationship I was in. I would always say okay, I'm pretty unhappy right now in this relationship, but this is the last person who will ever be interested in me. So I have to commit to this, no matter how bad it gets. This is only deserve and I'm not going to get anything better. Number seven. That the world will be consumed by fire and unsustainable. Ecological disaster. All right. I've got to go maybe two and a half. Eight. I am a fear that I don't matter. And if I if I could throw in a bonus one, I have a few that my best days are behind me. All the exciting stuff. I've done is over with everything is in the past now. Number nine. I would say that, honestly, I have a fear of confrontation. Number ten. I have a fear that no one actually respects me. I feel like the more I've moved into a career that I actually care about. It's felt more that way. Lemme tell you something being a landscaper was the greatest job. There was no stress. I'd listen to music all day I was in great shape. Spend the whole day outdoors it paid terribly. God was an enjoyable job. It was great. It was great. And then in the wintertime, it segue into putting up Christmas lights for people. My name is Alex Goldman. And these are ten things that scare me. Alex, Goldman is the co host of reply all from Gimblett media. If he liked ten things that scare me, Tele friend and leave us a review on your podcast app. Let scares me. Giant waves. Of nausea. What are you scared of tell us at ten things podcasts

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