24 Burst results for "Amand"

How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?

How Many Podcast

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?

"Many great songs have a question in the title. It was a lot more than i thought. There was just looking at their suggestions. I was thinking. Oh maybe there's twenty songs that are like that are popular amand. We i was seeing. You know up to fifty one hundred tests. Ask a question in the tidal. And i did a google search found a list that had over a hundred song titles and so what i did is i said okay. I don't know this one. i don't know this one. I don't know this one. And i got it down to eighty now. How many of these are regan. Considered great will be an interesting discussion. Why don't we start with bob on. How many do you think we are going to vote as great fifty four gary thirty seven scott forty five in junior fifty five. I would have said like sixty so. These are in alphabetical. Let's get started with. Ain't that a shame fats domino. Yes that's the highly recognizable song eight that is like rain. Years did the great cover. I'm drawing a blank. Cheap trick all right. Are you lonesome tonight. Elvis presley tuna. Going back to the oldies bill bailey. Won't you please come home. Well that's the real name of axl rose. He'll name. I would vote for that. Just because papa's delicate condition was a movie where jackie gleason starred and. That's a silly song. I would vote for it. But i don't think anyone else we'll give it any love anybody else so yes on that one. Very old timey. It's a song idea recognize. It's a song. I know okay so we have two but three no

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"amand" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"amand" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"Yeah that was. There was a lot of reenactments a true of so-called true stories or two ledges things that people actually reported that. Were a supernatural or paranormal. Yet i used to be really into that stuff. When i was really getting into what i do now. I was really really really into it. In fact so much so that i manifested my own haunted house that beautiful house where all the people came to the house ended up being so freaking haunted and it was haunted because i was stirring up all this energy. Absolutely it was crazy. I it could have been a textbook or the way that manifested and then it all stopped. We brought somebody in we cleansed it and stop so it was all very real. It was frightening at the time but also interesting. And i can do a whole of the podcast talking about that but anyway. This documentary was about this family and the whole thing. There were no reenactments because of the way society operates today. They had enough footage from brueghel cams from facebook live videos from phone video from police video. The whole documentary was actual footage of the whole thing. Wow yeah and. I haven't completely connected the dots. Exactly what went down. But it was another one of these stories where this man has an affair and decides to murder his wife. His children and his life was even pregnant. Oh my gosh. Spoiler alert spoiler alert. But i think that going in obviously the guy did it young and the the it was just a story that in the way they did. It was brilliant. Because you're watching this video and he's playing with these these adorable little girls and you're just like how in the hell did he go into that vibration to be able to do that. You know what was going on. And they do show a little behind the scenes. They show some text messages and stuff again. Actual text messages that went back and forth so there was more going on than was being presented by facebook out there. But gosh it's just one of those. It was chilling because you see the video of him with his daughters and this love between them and then this horrific murder of them. And i kinda started thinking about it. I'm like oh. I don't really want to dip into that vibration into that. Because i a a good thing for me right. Now i can watch it in zoom out from the higher perspective of non judgment. And just say. This is a vibrational alignment. This was an event that transpired. in these souls returnable and they came to earth and they had this experience and and i can be at peace with source perspective of all of that but from the human perspective again. of course it's troubling to watch videos of a father playing with his adorable children in the to learn that he actually murdered them. You know it's fast. It is crazy energy. I had friend once told a co worker at once told me used. The mail is example. He said it's easier for a man to do. Something crazy is for him to just tell us what he wants to divorce. And this actually goes back to everything that we were saying. It's easier sometimes for people that go way off the chain and the the example that we were talking about in that with my friend. The sky moved like to visit his parents outside the country. Oh oops has visa lapsed. He couldn't get back to the united states and all this crazy stuff happened and.

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"amand" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"amand" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"It's natural gonna take us down where naturally going to manifest a mix of things that we want and things that we don't but we really get stuck on these unwanted things all of humanity is in the space. You really where we really get stuck in that victim. Space of this was done to me. It wasn't my fault and i can't get passed. It might try to forgive it. But it's always painful and i'm not gonna get over it and then and then you move into spirituality and mainstream spirituality very much is oh rainbows very dust rag. Let's just be up all the time. You're not allowed to be down. You've got to be in your vortex. You need to be in alignment with everything that you want. If dip out of that you're going to start manifesting unwanted things can't be down there and that's very frustrating. That's me that's i. I think that serves a purpose for time. When people start really claiming ownership that they create their own reality and they get into sort of the rainbow. Ferry does brand of spirituality. I think that as absolutely serving them for a period for most people but a lot of people i find are moving through that and then they're getting to that that place a frustration. The only answer is to dive into it and transmute just like you said. I love that. I love that because it's so transformative. It's the solution the being stuck in the victim. Vibration is not the solution. That's what's bringing more of that to you and so my aim of my work is to stop that cycle of unwanted things coming question for you about Anxiety because in my experience both my personal experience what i see with others the imagery. I don't think anxiety is an emotional state. I think anxiety is a vibration where other emotions are actually trying to service. Or there's a lot of energy around that we don't know what to do with Scared of we get and so anxiety an anxiety. I think has become an epidemic in our society. But i feel like anxiety is like a. It's an energetic vibration. That's actually a red flashing light. It's trying to tell your body and your mind. Hey there's simply little deeper going on here will pay attention to. What are your thoughts on anxiety. I've always said that anxiety is sort of the being stressed about being stressed. So you have specific things that you're fearing that causes the stress reaction you because of fear really. It's weird fear because fearless. There's nothing to be stressed about right if you're completely fearless if you really are. I don't think anybody's completely hundred percent fearless is say de-tune you d tune fear. Ud to judgment. I do not believe as a human being. We're going to become completely. Void of fear are completely void of judgment. We're just not we're discern a preference right so we're always going to have some of that going on but when you're you have such a habit of fearful thought that you are continually stressed when you're not specifically landing that stress on topic and you're just stressed in general that's zyypah eighty stressed about just being stressed. You're distrust about life in general. That's that feeling of. Anc stirring zion. That really doesn't have a specific thing that you can pinpoint as the cause of it..

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EU regulator says AstraZeneca vaccine 'safe and effective'

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:26 min | 4 months ago

EU regulator says AstraZeneca vaccine 'safe and effective'

"The european medicines agency has concluded that the astra zeneca covid nineteen vaccine is safe and effective. A review of the job came after thirteen states suspended. Its use over. Fears of linked to blood clots. But the now says the vaccine is not linked with a higher risk of clots. Well for more. I'm joined from brussels by darren. Mccaffrey the political editor euronews. A darn good morning to you and thanks for joining us with the doubts then about the vaccine. Will this kind all started last week or georgina. A in italy and austria where the reports of suspected blood clots for people who received that vaccine in fact amand had died in those extended to norway last weekend's and more importantly specifically to germany on monday and that led to a whole swathe of countries at particular the big four in the european union. It's the spain and france and germany deciding to suspend the use of the astrazeneca vaccine on what they call the precautionary principle so just in case essentially and that meant that the em aid and investigated these claims and yesterday. She said e kook. The director insisted that the vaccine was safe and effective. They said they couldn't find any link at all between an increase in blood clots and the vaccine however they did also that they couldn't rule arts at that there may be one specific type. Ucla cloth that has seen an increase and they couldn't rule out that that might be linked to it book again. Mccook pointed all medicine. All medicine has got side effects. You pick up a box of paracetamol at. You'll see that. In the most extreme circumstances it is possible. You might a reaction to its the point. Is that risk does not outweigh the benefits of this vaccine is the ema insisted yesterday. There are houses of people dying every day today tomorrow the next day across europe from corona virus and that this vaccine will help save lives or stop people getting ill. It will stop the main open hospital. It will stop them dying. And that's why they have consistently said that countries should have carried on using the astrazeneca vaccine an interest in the of course while not all countries stopped it for example they didn't hear belgian said. It would be irresponsible to do so. It is interesting the eu countries. Listen to the european medicines agency yesterday but ignored advice all week. The advice consistently has been not to stop the use of the astrazeneca vaccine. And i mean it just seems such a giant waste of time in terms of a race that everybody is trying to keep up with to suspend this for four really what has appeared to be no reason i mean as any woman knows taking the contraceptive pill as a much higher. Incidence of blood clots. Indeed i think from their point of view and this is where it gets complicated here in european union. Of course you've got european agency which is kind of the overarching body that authorizes drugs and authorized vaccines but you then also have national regulators. Who essentially gets to decide how those rules applied or or whether a member state should've finds by those rules when it comes to germany and where we saw a whole swathes countries at backing germany. The was the principal. There's also concerns about potential legal action because ultimately this is a state authorized vaccine service ad. That's been offered obviously to every german. And i think there was concern. That even could be farmed and they had data evidence to say that the wasn't increase increasing site. When it came to one specific type of blood clots the wilkinson's that may well open the german state of legal action and they wanted it to be investigated but yet. In retrospect all men many of these member states looking back. I answer that decision and decided it was the right one to do. Given the unfair. I would suggest damage reputation of astra zeneca for a whole load of ruse reasons across the eu and the damage that might do to the overall vaccine program. I'm not entirely sure was the right thing to

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"amand" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"amand" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"The avenue clearly open to them, and they just feel frustrated and. It's almost like you just set me up to to plug my boot camp. And I. Thank you Andrea. Not Need to do. That's. What happens to people get in because they're frustrated with their lives and they know they want to do something different. They don't know what it is because we're so. We're taught to be so fearful. We can't. We don't even allow ourselves a dream, or if we do allow ourselves. We'll get into high vibration and will dream big dreams, and then we start going down in vibration immediate, evidently inevitably start renegotiating the dreams. Why can't do that? A baby? I can do this. Why can't do this, but maybe I could do this other thing. Maybe that'll work. People like don't do this. Maybe I could get away with doing that. Maybe this would be a little bit better and we negotiate down down down until we're back into the same low vibration that we started out in. New People going to boot camp and start working on what is really a spiritual awakening, and in through the waken process they always come out having gifts and things that they did not come in wanting. To get, but they want ultimately, but they get so much more from it because they have this awakening process, or they're already in awakening, they want to go further with it that they get clarity and that clarity fear gives you your life direction and your purpose, and you understand that there's no predetermined purpose for our lives. We all want that because it's sort of the easy way out, but when you've got to really think for yourself, discern your own preferences. That's a scary prospect. What if I pick while? There's no wrong. We could bounce around and do different things, but when you are truly releasing fear from your life, and allowing the universe to pamper you, no matter what happens. Think about it. No matter what happens, the universes pampering you. You have a roof over your head. You have food to eat. You're taking care of your safe. The universes pampering you no matter what. You're free to do whatever you want to do without fear, then life really starts to take off, and then you really learn that money is not something to fear. That money is something that you should embrace because you're a human being at this time on planet, Earth, system currency, and it's the vibration that we're in and to be positive about that and allow that to flow, and then suddenly it's flowing in, and you have the power to do anything that you want, and it doesn't have to be helping people. People but what I found the tire practice when we came out with the the mentor program for people that graduated, everybody wanted to sign up you just about everybody and you know. It was interesting that you just can't help but give back and want to share with the world when you get this. When you have this awakening, you have that zoom out ability to see the world from a higher perspective in judge yourself in the world very differently by discerning a preference or something, and not judging it. which is just a magical thing? Oh, can I. Dislike dig a little deeper on that for second. Because you take just a couple of minutes, yeah, yes, will real quick actually. This hour went so fast for coming dead discerning preferences. Someone discerning, a preference or taking a stand on something is very different than choosing sides. It's very different than engaging with what the mainstream media wants us to pick you WANNA, pick black or white, or this or that, or what and discerning preferences understanding that the truth is this end that? Rate. It's all sites and you're going. Topics. and. People want put everything into a right or wrong box, and our world is getting more and more intolerant and more. It seems it seems like it is, and it seems like with this this cove in nineteen these I've talked about this on the show, the circle of friends and I run around with her in Palm Springs. That aren't particularly spiritual people if you will. I'm finding that if you don't believe exactly the way, they believe they don't want to have anything to do with you and I'm very open to while I can. Really I can use sort of connect with the vibration of each extreme and understand where they're coming from. It may not be my vibration. Understanding of it and when I understand it, then I can zoom out and see it without judgment and allow everyone to have their opinion. That that, everything's exactly the way it's supposed to be. And that's the perfection of our universe in our world that we are here all experiencing very different perspectives all here on our own paths in someone, else's path is not ours to judge or try to change. Right and I would challenge everybody like yourself that space zoom out. Zuma's given says. Big Big big big thing. Could work for about in fact I think changed the title of to Zoom Out, but I think the public. Interest. I love that, so we have about two minutes left. I just want to I'm very curious. From a psychic medium perspective what you got from your stream interaction, I'll go back and listen to of Irish. Want to hear you wrap that up. They gave me the word birthright that we need to talk about and I feel like I could talk about that with them for a long time, but I didn't know where that literally had written that down, and they took that into a place where I wasn't expecting about using the a birthright as An entitlement versus your birthright Sabih, here and be creative. Be Creative source energy be created that that was phenomenal of so I got to talk to them to ask, very. Pointed question why incarnations for you, or why are they not incarcerating through all of us? Remember. Absolutely absolutely so. Good scenario for them to flow. Well actually David. You have because of all the contrast you've experienced in your own life. You, you've been a great vessel for them. Yeah yeah well. I I look at everything that's happened in my life and everything that's happened over the last couple of years I realized. Wow, I've just manifest. All of these things to greet this perfect scenario to create this practice that actually puts universal ought work for us. That allows people who are ready to really change their lives, and that's my life's work now for the rest of my life is teaching that. Due to everyone. That everybody that wants to. Write a big came out of the stream to me. Was also today was just create while you're in this human bustle, so every decision you make every consciously creative decision you make your impacting the collective, and we are in fact, changing the collective consciousness, which seems overwhelming. It seems like everything that's going on the world. How can one one person have an impact we do? We, do we just create an our best way? Of being here on Earth as each individual, if you make creative decisions that are. That are suiting your highest and best good. You are absolutely affecting. The world. Perfect huge. Fill them how to find you as we. Wrap.

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Minisode: Late Night Visitor

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:39 min | 1 year ago

Minisode: Late Night Visitor

"Title of this email is going to give it away so I'm just get right into it. Hello friends both human and animal. Thank you for making my weird to crime obsession. Normal and hilarious. Nope Ditto okay. We all know you're awesome. Let's get into it. Hey stay through that. When I was twenty three my live in boyfriend and I broke up for the and for the first time I was living alone with just my amazing pup joey parentheses. It was the fucking best in my house was a dream and within walking distance to all my favorite things yoga studio coffee shop and all my favorite bars. I'd been there for about a month when one night after running home from a bar drunk and then this is in France disease yes I used to literally sprint home after drinking too much. Oh your early twenties. And that is so true. And I couldn't afford usually I'd be too late for any public transit and couldn't of course could not afford a cab that was back when caps were impossible. Right I would run home I also elect. I'm scared of walking home in the dark. So like somehow running felt faster yet dealt felt safer. Yeah I remember one time. Walking up over the most Insane Telegraph Hill is just the most insane like straight up and down San Francisco Street to get from the Castro basically over the hill to the upper haight where I live. A- I'd walk straight uphill and you come around the side of that weird part Yes yes. I was so drunk the by the time I got up and was walking on flat I realized I was still holding a drink from the bar and I hadn't spilled much of it. I finished it and then ran up to a apartment building and slipped my hand down all of the buzzers and ran off thirty in the morning and I woke up everybody in a building and rant thing when you're in your twenties and you think you're a manic pixie dream girl but really you're just a fucking asshole drunk fucking asshole. You're just a bane of everyone's existence in my mind. I was just like can you? Beli- me so quirky I would. I'll just do things do wild. Kirke things inside. That building were people who could afford to live. Top of Telegraph Elliott. They were two thirty in the morning on a Thursday night. They were getting ready for Friday morning. Work and I was like thank God. Okay sorry I'm actually in the middle of reading an email. I woke up around three. Okay this this got me. I woke up around three thirty. Am To my pup sitting up alert and not making a sound. That's fucking scary. When the dogs go into pointer mode and they just stare out the window they just stare and I'm like what. Tell me now I have a beagle. Who HOWLS AT AIR? So seeing him sitting at the end of the bed stiff not making. A sound was alarming. When your Beagle scared it's time to run yet. That's right then. I heard the door banging against a frame and thought fuck didn't get the door shut all the way. I laid there for a moment. Still Kinda drunk contemplating if I wanted to get out of my comfy bed or allow the gods to determine my faith finally got up when I got to the edge of the stairway leading to my front door. I saw him a complete stranger standing outside trying to get into my house. I very quickly note that shit and called nine one. Luckily for me my apartment was only half a mile to the police station. Thank you small towns. I was going to say thank you. Small miracles is a perfect line. Break thank you small towns and the cops got there in no time after getting him into the police car. The COP knocked on the door to take my statement when I told him my name. He goes are you sure. You don't know this man puzzled. I assured him I've never seen the guy before in my life and asked why he then goes. This guy. Claims you're married and knew your name what you read that right all caps. The Guy knew my whole fucking name. Obviously I moved out of that apartment within the month and never heard from my late night visitor ever again. God Joey has been with me now for eight years and this is only one of the many gifts he's given me. Stay sexy and get yourself a loyal pup amand on the guy fucking knew her and was like that's my wife and their two. He's been stalking her. He had trying to trick the cops that it was his wife and she's just being drunk. Can you imagine there was a time? Maybe we might still be in it. Where just because that guy was the man he would have been believe? The women would be like guys. She's crazy looking dogs are she gets like the she loves to drink. Mad At me on the street at the bar. I've stalked her at no. No

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 Sudan protesters begin 2-day strike to press ruling military

BBC Newshour

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Sudan protesters begin 2-day strike to press ruling military

"The sound of protesters, taking part in a two day general strike since mid January Sudan has been in turmoil. Persistent demonstrators demanding a revolution in the way politics is done. Have already achieved a huge amount President, Omar al-bashir stood down in April having held onto powerful three decades with the army's full backing a military council took over and that council, and the opposition protest movement have been in Tokyo about the future of the country. But those, those talks have stalled throw into this mix Amand cooled. Yes Amman, who has just returned to Saddam to try and help. He was a rebel leader, who has been living in exile, his return to Sudan comes despite having been sentenced to death in absent you. So when did he decide to return to Saddam against oats, I decided to come to them because I'm sentenced to this and the this cintas has been repealed, but you're doing. All that for the sake of peace combines abyss was set. The organization social Justice on it was citizenship for all students. The death sentence that you mention was passed on you in obscenity. Did you have any conversations with anyone in already before you made the decision to return? No, I tried. But it was not successful, but I decided just to come because I'm coming by the mission of Sudan, Stephen or visions, and I'm still here. I'm going to continue never go outside, Sudan. I don't have much. Ability, only from this soil of sedan. Are you expecting to join those currently stalled talks between the transitional military council and the opposition alliance. Well, I'm looking for that. But from wherever I am. I'm ready to help the bottom line that I'm ready to offer whatever we have a four divorces of democracy and change. We are part of them, and we was going to a building a coalition that can lead the interim period. And we're looking for at the creation of intent to end wars, all of Sudan we out of forms of pretty. You were of course, parcel of an armed struggle against President Omar Al Bashir in the Blue Nile state, but will you continue to do an armed struggle against the Sudanese government in, in relation to the Blue Nile state. Only blue line is that forages Nova mountains is everywhere. We need that strategy exit from almost into politics, lives. There is a just cause for those people are fighting, and they have an issue that needs to be addressed through causes causes that can bring stability to Sudan. Ready to do anything that will help an strategic exit for Amstrad into a political historian time for it. Okay. So given your own personal experience involved in an armed struggle against the Sudanese authorities. How much do you trust those who all sitting at the table in the transitional military council. Well, we can build trust. Trust is visible, and then what I came here on the ticket or Sudanese people. I trust is people have confident umbrellas and I'm in very emotional yesterday, when I visited I doubt me, and I believe those people that was deserve better. And Sudan, neither news cubic adding that we everybody that will have a professional our the era of the sun. Has they voted to destroy Sudan, Africa? Because Africa is diverse continent. And when you talk about political Islam, being something that should be eradicated in Sudan. I wonder about the role of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt inside Sudan, and in particular, on the Sudanese military bullet get has ruling Saddam for years. They destroyed the Sudanese social fabric because one dimension it. And they build a db state, we need to deal with this d state for the suit, Geremia Emirates and Egypt and all of them were already to deal with them on an equal footing. And from there we can do relation. We can do business with all other countries. You say you are impressed by the, the meetings that you've had with people who are continuing to demonstrate is there, any sense that you get there is a loss of momentum that people all getting tired that they are less willing to continue the protests. I'm basically impressed because they have resulted in their faces in the is in their the way they did it me. And. And especially the user doing courage in me, not to their issues aside, and they said, we they need a new society. They need a new country. A new social political decision and I'm committed for that. Did do you support the general strike that is taking place today? Absolutely. We supported the strike because we need to send one message that people's need change. This change should be expected, and we need to encourage everybody gritty literally council to speed up Shane's and Kuta civilian government, which is among, and it is a need, because there is a vacuum now is country. And we are supporting but as same time, we're supporting speeding up negotiations with literary.

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Man marries three different women and gets them all apartments in the same neighborhood

Your Weekly Tech Update

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Man marries three different women and gets them all apartments in the same neighborhood

"Up toys dot com and finally happening in this week's what the Amand Mary's three different women and gets them all apartments in the same neighborhood. Yeah. Seriously. He was just begging for trouble at seems a man has impressed Chinese netizens with his level of deceit and dedication managing jiggle three different wives and families at the same time by settling them all down in close. Proximity to one another the thirty six year old man surnamed designing was able to get hitched three times at a period of three years to three different women by exploiting a loophole in the system marrying each time in a different province. Zang owns his own real estate company. Zang fathered at least one child with each of his wives and manage to support all three families through his booming real estate business Zang second wife described him as being carrying inconsiderate noting that he would always wash the dishes after dinner. However that didn't stop her from reporting saying to the police after his secret was uncovered last year. Zang has now been charged with polygamy and offense that could land to jail for up to two years after I get out. I will see who can forgive me. And I will be with her. He told reporters about his future marriage prospects, basically saying, hey,

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"amand" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"amand" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"We know the most important thing about the show is that I'm having a good time. Else? Gonna understand what I'm saying. I don't know why that story struck me is so funny, but it did, you know their times nowadays when I feel like the most radical right winger in the room, which is very odd because I have almost no radical right wing opinions. My wrote most rigid so-called conservative belief is that you shouldn't kill your children. Even if they happen to be in the womb where you can't see them die. But other than that, they're very few issues in which I wouldn't be willing to compromise with our idiot friends on the left I oppose racism in all its forms. I think it's a sin against the image of God. I've always been a supporter of the rights of gay people. And all I wish we lived in a free world of uplifting, private charities instead of a world of debilitating, welfare and government entitlements. That seems to me for now at least a political Piperi. But there is one thing on which I am completely uncompromising. I oppose silence. I oppose censorship. I oppose deplete forming. I oppose social media mobs, teaching Americans the fear of speaking their minds. I am so radical on this issue. That as deeply as I hate racism. I would rather hear Amand speak a racial slur out loud than hide his prejudice inside where would fester and gather the power of secrecy in the forbidden. I am such a purist here that while I despise segregation whether for left wing, right wing reasons, I would rather person be able to join a restricted club or run a racist business than before st- to live a lie. He would lose my friendship, but he'd be able to consort with his fellow. Knuckleheads. I've never understood why gay people should be excluded from our social.

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"amand" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"amand" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"So what tools are available to law enforcement prosecutors at the state level. So that is spectrum with which shared hope grave all over the state. I would encourage you to look at their reportedly how is your state doing on adjusting child sex trafficking because certainly reach date. It's gonna look different bears specific ways you could advocates state level to improve. That's not I will say that landscape looked elective friend. If you. Including adult victims of sex trafficking in across the spectrum. How are we doing on labor trafficking? And I would say each grade would probably be substantially lower. If we were looking at those why is it so difficult to marshal resources and garner. Consensus around an expanded view of trafficking at the loaded question. I think it fell many infants not one thing alone. I think that I mean, I'm comfortable saying racism is that too blunt. No, I would say could even brought in that to say just different systemic oppression, and our inner systems across the board which is inclusive of them, but certainly could include our immigration policies the way that we weren't work. Look at our workers, and how workers are treated oversight into workers. Having look at women. Generally. I think this issue intersects a lot with toxic masculinity because what we know about sex trafficking labor trafficking that they are both demand driven. These crimes would not be happening. If there wasn't a demand. So what is the demand will demand sex trafficking? Is there are folks who want women and children for sex, and I would say in a sex workers in larger issue, and and sex trafficking is a subset of that. Right. But we know that purchasing other people for sex is part of its Amand right in which children. It's always part of the demand for percents trafficking on the labor trafficking side. We're looking at demand for cheap labor goods and services because we only when we only want to pay so much for the things that we buy us. So we must look at that. What is it that speeding the demand, and like you said a fair, it's not any one thing, it's various factors. And and I think that really leaves me to want to chat more about getting ahead of the issue..

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"amand" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"amand" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"But when you're blind side, which I have no. Oh, yeah. News. I have two kids new. I've been teasing. You haven't looked at the news this morning when I'm saying is no two people are like it's not snowflake city. A it's no flake city. Not people are like, you can't stay element sheet. If you cheated once, you'll cheat again because that's not true. There's a why there's a reason is this a natural inclination. Did his father cheat? Did his mother cheat? Is this who he is is he so excited about grabbing that brassy new ring that he doesn't care about his family, then he's not really a family man, and we've all been duped. We've we've all been where you've been we've I've been cheated on cheated on by a firefighter told never today to firefighter said, oh, he'd never do that to me. She didn't on nine eleven firefighter. Okay. On a cover of the of the the calendar. Steve, you know, who you are anyway in New York. Okay. Cold spring anyway. So the point I'm making is that not people are alike because my father my mother. And husband never cheated on her and loved her to the day that he died. And so it depends on the situation. I hate saying absolute, I'm not an absolute, I just I'm always curious about, you know, because you're matchmaker. And if you saw some of that did she someone, you know, are you hesitant to then match the person was known because they have had that past history council both sides. And if it's I'm not getting sex. I'm not getting attention. We've gone to counseling try to work it out. They're not giving me anything. It's time to leave. But I don't agree and cheating. Agreed. You leave? Then you have another relationship like you declare. We're separate you gotta move. I won't fix anyone unless they've moved out of the house to move they'll have to legal separation, but they have to move out of that house. Okay. And the other thing is, you know, like, did you know that he was going to cheat? My husband. Yeah. Did I know he was going to cheat? You have inclinations along the way he's looked at girls parties he was flirty with a lot of women. He had cheated when we were dating before we got married. So. Maybe thought he might go ahead. Okay. Yeah. You know, maybe he got he it was a one time thing. Yeah. Well, that's what most people think. But generally, speaking Amand sheets for a reason. Now, there's ego. You know, I'm getting a piece, and you know, what that I couldn't get before. I think at the chillier in high school. So therefore, I'm going to go for it. He got plenty to. No, I'm talking about the I'm not talking about him talking about nerds that go off like they make a lot of money the millionaires that are near in In high school, high school. and they make a lot of money, and then they cheat on their average any wives because they couldn't get the movie star. Yeah. So now they're now they're in the game. My best friend had an experience like that. And he said, I could never get those hot girls. And then you know, I got to the to the game. I got to the to the party. And there it was. And it was like it was like why he's like because I always wanted that. And you have to why anything. I mean, I I get that. I get that mindset. But I mean, she's like she's saying that the reason if you find out the reason, then I think you can kind of cancer the the disclaimer of right? No. Right, right. Yeah. But if you're able to deep down through there, whatever resource find out the reason behind whoever what whichever party is cheating and address that then you can I think you can kill a stereotype of once not always I hate that. Okay. So just curious it's they why is the healing. Because then you don't want you. Anyway, that's what you did it. But I'm gonna tell you something you're going to be blown away. Women cheat more than men. I've just don't get. Okay. Well, they don't get with this one..

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"amand" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"amand" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Wow. What a show we have coming up for you today. I want to remind you that there was big news yesterday on Martha McCallum try revealed the title and the cover of my brand new book, it's called the right side of history. It goes on presale today, you can order it at Amazon bars. Noble any other major bookstore without any publicity. It's basically cracking the top thousand on Amazon right now for months in advance. The west is in a crisis of purpose America, which is the greatest national experiment in human history is not going to survive if we abandon the ideas upon which it was built. And that's what the book is about details. This crisis how we can get back on track. What built our civilization why? It's all falling apart right now. It's kind of my bag opus. So please go check it out the right side of history. How reason and moral purpose made the west, right? I think you're gonna love it. It goes to log the terminal and serious issues. We talk about here on the program. Go check it out right now pre buy it comes out really in March. But if you get it now, then you're getting it early. Make sure you don't run out of stock the right side of history. How reason and moral purpose made the west to go check that out right now also before we've gin, I need to talk to you about the best Christmas present you're going to get for anyone this Christmas. How do I Know, know you're you're going gonna to get? get it because I'm telling you to and also because it's awesome. What exactly is this gift this fascinating magical gift? You should get for somebody. It is. Of course, mine crates men crates knows what dudes like they've hundreds of unique quality gifts that he is guaranteed to love. They've got the exotic meats create the whiskey appreciation crate that is a personalized cancer and personalized glasses the perfect vessels for his favorite scotch or bourbon. They've got the knife making kit. They've got the grill master crate, they've got the exotic meats that aren't you mentioned which has like ostrich alligator and wild boar, not kosher. But I'm sure delicious most gifts ship in a sealed wooden crate with a crowbar. This is the best part of the present. So it's not just the president self is awesome. You have to pry open a wooden crate with a crowbar, Mike Amand. That's what you have to do to get into your man crates, and you have to do it in front of everyone since both cumulating entertaining. I will admit that the last time I got a man crate I had to request the help of my four and a half year old and two and a half year old child because they have upper body strength that I may not go check it out..

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"amand" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"amand" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, Amand flagged as a possible extremists opened fire at a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France killing three people critically, injuring five others ABC's. Ian panel says police are still searching for the suspect soon after this happened. They're able to identify the man very quickly. He's apparently a known criminal who's been on their radar. And there is a major manhunts at terror investigations is we know they're searching in multiple locations beyond that initial market neighborhood. The interior minister says there will be extra security at locations across France. Lawyers for Michael Flynn, President Trump's former national security adviser are now asking a federal judge for nothing more than probation and community service when he sentenced next week for lying to the FBI last week special counsel, Robert Muller called Flynn's cooperation in the Russia investigation substantial and recommended no prison time Michael Cohen, President Trump's from a lawyer and fiction will be sentenced in New York federal court tomorrow on tax evasion, Bank fraud and election law violations. That includes the illegal hush money payments to protect the Trump campaign. Cohen pleaded guilty in a rare Oval Office confrontation, President Trump got into a heated exchange about border wall funding with democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer clear from the start that this is not like any other little photo op that we usually see the cameras are in there for fifteen minutes of pretty intense fighting among the leaders of the. First and second branches of the government. I mean, this is the kind of stuff you would normally read about maybe a year later and some kind of behind the scenes tell all book, but instead it's playing all out in real time ABC's Jonathan Karl Pelosi is close to a deal with holdouts against your speakership bids. Sources tell ABC news that Pelosi is poised to agree to limit her speakership to four years and to support term limits for the top three the caucus leadership spots. You're listening to ABC.

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"amand" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"amand" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The pattern of the three main pyramids in Giza. This is stuff that befallen handcock and others have talked about this way of sort of locking a pattern on the ground to a pattern of stars in the sky high. I think works and it works for that timeframe. Which is you know, since the last poll ships, so yeah, not so not this is probably something. That's you know, you know, less than. Yeah. Twelve seventeen thousand years years old prior to though after the last poll ship some contents in some. Things are being talked about at Antarctica where there might be some continents underneath the ice. Now. That's dramatic. Isn't it? Right. And that that follows from from the from rand Flem apps Syria that that that Atlantis was at a at a higher latte latitude prior to the last poll shifts in it, you know, shifted down and everything got flash flash frozen. And yeah, I don't honestly know where that invest invest investigation stands if they've actually if anyone has actually actively looking or trying to excavate, but that would seem to be certainly something that could be done with current technology and probes to you know, look begin to start looking trying to look through the ice. And and seeing what they can find you talk about the call who. Or what are they? Well. If if if we were to try to tie it to anything, you know, within the scientific arena these days. You know, perhaps the were these were the Denisovans the this this this. Earlier lineage of of hominids that or not now extinct, but scientists are finding evidence that their genome and. In certain parts of the world. And no, perhaps they were they were them. What might they have looked like structure wise, height wise? What do you think? Well, you know, they start a lot of a lot of information. But they found a tooth that is enormous. And you know, it's interesting. The the earliest chapters in in in worldwide miss like, the the ashtec Nisa the five sons or has she is ages Amand talk about.

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8 killed in explosion at munitions depot in South Africa

Global News Podcast

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

8 killed in explosion at munitions depot in South Africa

"What into the hours of this morning to bring the flames under control the fires now out and the devastation is clear, the yellow pilots that was once the residence of the Portuguese Royal family is now a chart show. Every window is burnt-out on the inside is black. Hundreds of employees stood watching many of them wiping away tears. One of them is a historian, Regina dentists. Let us Bill. It seems like a nightmare. I went to sleep think he's

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Protester yells "shame on you" as Cardinal Donald Wuerl addresses priest sex abuse

The WB Show

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Protester yells "shame on you" as Cardinal Donald Wuerl addresses priest sex abuse

"Amand students shouted shame on you at cardinal Donald world during mass at a Washington church yesterday as world was asking for prayers and loyalty for pope Francis recent critics of world say he had. A mixed record of dealing with abusive priests when he was the Bishop of Pittsburgh and knew about. Alleged sexual misconduct by his predecessor as Washington

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"amand" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"amand" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Hannity you. And so the whole sort of like it, just the the ego thing goes out the window and you're just trying to improve at the end of that quality, you scratch your head to because you really working really hard. You're like, man, I'm really, I really put a lot of time and effort into this. And it turns out it's not good enough. The other guys better than you and try thing. I'll try again guy kicks your ass again and you're like, I don't. I don't understand like, okay, I'm gonna keep trying here. I'm going to keep working towards any try and you try to try and you, you fix your sleep. You fix your food, you you think you got your training. You go out of the game with the same person. They kick your ass again. You're like, you know, and it's just, you know, my dad has always said, you know, part of knowing who you are known who you're not. And that has always been something as helped me to kinda decipher out different stuff that I come across and different people I can say, okay, well, I'm not the strongest guy ever. I I know my place in that, but I still have a huge impact on the strength community and I can still do a lot of fun and great things. I don't have to be the strongest guy ever. You know, that's something that I was trying to do. I tried and whatever reason, my genetics, my body, it went a certain way I pushed to where I could, and there was a at some point, there was negative feedback saying, hey, you ain't doing this anymore. And so that's sometimes it's where you end up, but you got to kind of realize that that's that potential for that to happen. Is there by the way I you? You mentioned. Your, I love your dad. Like when I've seen it I've seen, but, but there's this just gonna rabbit hole for a second on this, but it's my dad passed away in two thousand eleven and you're dead reminded me and my dad were. There's kind of this ethos of that generation where these guys went to work every day jobs that weren't glamorous, that maybe in like a lot. But and then sometimes they just put up with a lot of crap. A lot of people talking a lot of crap, like humble pie sandwich. Sometimes. They just went to work soldier. And now that now that I'm older and I and I look at the qualities that that builds an Amand. It's, it's it's interesting. I lived in south Orange County for a number of years, and I saw like generation coming up where everybody wanted either.

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"amand" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"amand" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"He eventually did so. But only after it had already been downloaded like a million times, he sued the government. They just settled the case. And apparently he is now allowed to reposed these plans for a three d. printed pistol for anyone anywhere to have access to this. This is like the subversion of gun laws and KARN it is not the organization Brady campaign to prevent gun violence is trying to get documents and e-mails related to the settlement to find out just how political this thing is. But I mean, just imagine now anybody almost anybody anywhere with the three d. printer can now print a firearm, and now we're now we're way past the gun show argument. Now we're way past the, the serial number, and you know ballistics at all these types of things that people use to determine who fired what helped. Once you're done using the gun, we throw it in a fire and melt the damn thing. You're toss it in a burning trash barrel, and it's gone forever. This is going to be a wild ride, and I have no idea what the future is going to hold. How does one regulate that? How do you regulate that? When I come back here and just second the website, the Christian website for women, the transformed wife as berry, oh, I dunno, Handmaid's tale type advice for females as to how to maximize their own happiness bias intially maximizing the happiness of day Amand. I'm going to read this sage advice for Christian women, and you'll have a few minutes here to prepare for the face palm coming up next, hang on. Do you wear contact lenses? Do you know somebody who wears contact lenses and is your time valuable that I'm about to do a huge favor because my friends at simple contacts have made it possible to renew your prescription and reorder your contacts.

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"amand" Discussed on Discard to Reroll - Star Wars Destiny

Discard to Reroll - Star Wars Destiny

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"amand" Discussed on Discard to Reroll - Star Wars Destiny

"You want a different direction, Amanda relaxed events that the players not using a pay card sleeves. If they've been rubbed too many times he or she must make sure that all car backs have uniform. That's the end of this. That's good, right? So we, we know which slaves you use. Here's one though that people might not know. And when you watch the top players by the way they do this, but I think all of us other junk players don't is that your character and battlefield, it says, here must by the way players may sleeve their characters and battlefield, but they must use difference leads from their deck. Are yours in a different sleeve Amand. Oh yeah, they are. And if my actually up pink, then you know what color my Atas leave. leave. What other colors associated with UB bell with the setup white. Wait blue, the blue blue? No, wait. I black black, black black, yeah. So it pink and black. So if my deck is pink, then my kicked it and battlefield shortage up black with my deck is black for like worlds because I had to use it because they all pick on the other a pink. So very interesting. The I was listening to a high forgot what they call it now, but soobee over at nights of Ren and they've got a spin off, I forgot what holiday I don't. I don't want to misquote it, but it was. It was actually really interesting that they talked about like tokens and a lot of the mechanical, like setting up of the game and stuff. I like listening to to talk about that and they talked about tokens and using like different counters for damage and stuff. So one of the things from the same page, by the way, talks about tokens, the players may choose to use other. Items as indicators. So long as they do not obscure significant component information are resistant to accidental modification, and the purpose of us is clear to both players. Do you play with any different types of stuff now plug for your patriot and because you have new tokens coming out? I do. I actually the, I rebel eight bit classic magi token in my destiny game. Tell me more..

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"amand" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"amand" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Crash but we have now is more responsible group of league corporate leaders and they're saying that we're not gonna pay more just for the sake of pain more unemployment to three point nine percent to go hire somebody who's unemployed and just pay them more that doesn't make fiscal sense tom there are five point nine million open jobs in the united states at least that's according to lasalle network right okay where are the most where's the most demand and i mean demand not that you need a phd in astrophysics or mathematics whiz the biggest demand right now so the biggest amand is in sales in computer and technology developers coders and programmers and then in healthcare right and that's been the same way going on for half a decade now that those are the drivers sales really more in the past three years to keep fueling this economy corporations when increase revenue where i think we're going to get a birth i think the july number and the august numbers are going to be really good because you're going to see it's a great time to be graduating college right now all right all right i'm glad you mentioned graduating college because i'm wondering these entry level positions or these positions for which you need a lot of experience or would even internships qualify you know it it it's it's for all of the above and so that's the big difference is that companies would love to hire some experienced people however the ones who are unemployed that's where the skills gap exists the term unemployed don't have the skills to be hired in this market so what companies do is they hire younger people out of college and that doesn't increase the wages because those people are coming in at entry level salaries and so we'll see a boost my guess is july august september numbers are going to be well over two hundred thousand a month because it's a me engines going to keep going and you're going to see higher volumes of people being hired because they're more available so what do you think the unemployment rate will be by the end of the year i think it stays around the same it really the even if the fed raises interest rates by another quarter of a point i don't think that moves.

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"amand" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"amand" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Sixty to get a guaranteed quote with up to twenty percent off eight hundred seven one six oh three sixty two so if you're in the market for buying a home or a rental property you're probably gonna have to pay a little bit more on the interest rate but that may be the best thing that ever happened because bang low interest rate and getting no appreciation or low appreciation may not be the answer either remember a lotta this massive appreciation we've got in the past five years has been because you lost forty percent of your values back when real the real estate market crashed and see valid or who joins me every week on the program knows the real estate is one of the best places you can put money on if in fact inflation is the underlying cause of the rising interest rates that's got to have a positive impact on your real estate in either event correct yeah and here's the thing that's interesting because we also can't predict that property values are going to stay the same or they're going to go up or they're going to go down but we've seen an increase in interest rates over the last year and a half of probably a good full percent but i'm still dealing with people who are making offers on property and where there are three or four other offers home so the supply is still low that amand is still high and property values are going up because if.

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"amand" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"amand" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Oh my gosh looking at him he play he didn't spaghetti westerns he was in westerns in healthy he's healthy he's eighty nine not just healthy he's passionate angry he cries he gave a speech he goes as a great the one of the greatest riders of all time and one of the greatest movies of all time said and it was a harry markowitz a genius amand said maybe never be this fought that we're in the may we never be farther apart than we are right now and it was something else something else hasn't hasn't he always cries he cries when he says and i saw the movie and when my goth when she came out when she came out and she was desolate in those pearls it took my breath away and he has to get all motion you love that dude he he reminds me of what it is to be alive the reason these eighty nine oh by the way smoked eight what he wanted he stays alive with his fucking passion he goes i have my talent i have my passion is acting he then singing he sings and writes and writes screenplays and plays and good plays does well and never stops and so that needs to get his expression out that need to continue to work as i mean is everything yeah this is a broadway this broadway actor this is a guy who's never stopped working talented as they come does he does he of a mate or partner.

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"amand" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

Thirst Aid Kit

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"amand" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

"Right and again not to be so basic as to applaud amand working with a female director but you know yeah the bar is low on somehow thomas clearing it so it's a double edged thing the var is low indeed but yeah doing this like god funding is such work yeah really treaty treaty but i mentioned like let's talk a little bit about lucky and just this for me i think was the movie that he exploded that's the best way everyone knew was because he basically came into this film right and stole the fuck out of the film right american iras had no idea who he was but here he was this lean villain raise you have to say i did i did you know we americans we love a evil british accent now speaking of that i'm going to interrupt you very quickly before you go into this there is of course the jag you're at that he did oh yeah years ago where he took specifically about being a villain brazil i'm gonna play very quickly some that he says from that they say brits play the best villains pete makes the great philombe and he basically owns is that when he plays lucky now please career told me about loki sorry have to collect my outta my now evil british accent tortured brother all this kind of stuff he's perfect so the venter's have him imprisoned black widow come to talk to him to try to figure out what exactly are you doing here on earth loki gives us very you know choosey monologue write shakespearean of course now at one point he refers to black widow as a middling quim now in the audience when i saw it i gasped a maybe like two other people in the audience gasped no one knew what quinn meant it's very antiquated term for female genitalia i could not believe that that was in a fucking avengers superhero movies he screens auspice skull.

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"amand" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"amand" Discussed on Risky Business

"Apparently the subtitle of responsibility at facebook at the moment which knowing a little bit i tell you i doubt he's particularly happy about the way things of worked out well it will yeah right him he's super happy about having come from from yahoo also didn't have great security record i'm sure he's going through something actually useful in his next role because yeah this doesn't doesn't look too good and i'm sure it must be super frustrated i can't imagine i would be table flipping yeah well i mean a lot of people think that alex because they were cooperating with the government in doing surveillance stuff that's not my impression the impression i get is that alex left yahoo because they were putting kids on his service without telling him the lawful intercept stuff it was more the way i would doing it that's just my and my reading of the situation but also i remembered that last october this is like two months before his group apparently got got just raised there was audio him that leaked saying that they were running the network like a university campus where i really needed to run it like a defense contractor of course he backpedaled the remarks after this became public but you sort of get the impression that maybe a little bit alarmed by the internal state of things and that might have been something that caused this to blow up so i'm not sure that it's entirely about his difference of opinion with regard to dc information or whether or not it's about internal security policies but whatever it is alex is on his way out and it's clearly not a happy separation and i think really we've come to regard him i think the industry has the discipline has come to regard alex as kind of amand on the inside do you know what i mean which is why this is playing out so awfully for for facebook when at least at least comes to the opinions of security people.

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