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Algolia's API First Model - Bernadette Nixon CEO of Algolia the Unicorn Search and AI Company - Voicebot Podcast Ep 221 - burst 02

The Voicebot Podcast

04:07 min | Last month

Algolia's API First Model - Bernadette Nixon CEO of Algolia the Unicorn Search and AI Company - Voicebot Podcast Ep 221 - burst 02

"Lot of different people in the software world that has done things around databases or things like that but it seems to me that like around discovery and surfacing information within within the enterprise. This is an area that you spent a good deal of time in your curb even before i'll go you. Yes that's right. If you in fact if you look at the competitive set in the market in which i'll go competes. They're really sort of two bookends to that competitive set one end of it. You have purpose built sass. Apps typically for one specific use case quite often ecommerce site surge and then at the other end of the spectrum. you've got the open source. Players like elastic solar and they can solve many different types of such Problems indeed as we as al goalie can win neither one of those. But i have experience of both both of those bookends. If you like of competitive set But the way to think about us is sort of in between both of those ads because we have. We give all the flexibility that you get with the open source but yet we are an api. I model which we can get into what that means really means a lotta people bandied that about. I'm actually hosted so fully the sas business model if you like. And that's one of the reasons why i came to. I'll go earlier in. May of last year. Because i truly believed in the positioning of the company having had experience in the such market before we are hearing a lot more about api first businesses. These days it would be useful for you to talk about what what that means in. Why that's a model that we're seeing a lot more of your absolutely. I mean it festival if you think about you know the the old ways of Satisfying problems you either went out. And you bought a big monolith or you built your you built the application from. Scratch yourself on what we're finding. Is that both of those paradigm 's are cracking a little bit right now under the strain the strain created by the need to constantly. Hr eight because the market is moving so fast. I mean take a look at the last twelve months. Kobe didn't start any new trends. It simply spend the ones that were there up if you think about it and so what we're finding is that people are wanting to find a abed away to build and use some building blocks so api's have been described as the picks and shovels of the information age because you can compose your applications using multiple api's but the difference between an api company and a platform that has some api You can interface with it is an api fest. Company really means three things at least while going. I think too many of the other folks out that in the api first economy as well one. It means at flexibility as in you're able to handle a broad set of use cases so in our case that's not just ecommerce such it's Internal search behind the firewall using us as the The search service when you're composing your own internal applications and many other different cases in between so being able to handle a broad set of use cases. That flexibility is one of the tenants of api. I approach the second Is speed so we build speed into our api so that our customers don't have to do that. Performance tuning As they would have to if they were building from scratch. Let's say using open source. And the third which i personally think is probably the most important is the backward compatibility developers want to solve big meaty business problems for the companies. They work for and they wanna move onto the next one. They want to minimize the amount of maintenance that they have to keep up with and so we take that burden on. And we guarantee the backward compatibility of our

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Route 66, the Mother Road

The Kitchen Sisters Present

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Route 66, the Mother Road

"From the first days we started working together. And i drove around a lot to gals in one thousand nine hundred seventy two green dotson roaming the tri county area like buzzing todd minus the corvette through santa cruz monterey and san benito counties in california we were doing oral histories and recording. Everybody who moved cowboys and fishermen farmworkers italian grandmothers. This was in the day of cassettes and as we drove around we always talked about how great it would be to document the roads inside roads. We were travelling so people could just pop in a cassette and listen to the people around them as they drove on through. We never quite pulled off that cassette idea on a large scale but when davy moved east for a while we decided to try the idea out on route sixty six. She'd be driving a lot so that was the start. It was the end of the road. It was the last days surf route. Sixty six as we were traveling. I mean just trying to follow it at that. Point was a you know you drive down. Affronted tro that was the old highway. And then it would just bottom out. And there'd be broken asphalt or cactus. So we're trying to get icon of people from each stretch of the road and mickey mantle grew up on route sixty six. He played baseball team. Known as the baxter springs with kids the scout for the yankees with dr along route. Sixty six looking for up and coming ballplayers and manel hits this home. Run across the highway. And that's part of how he was spotted. So we're going. where can we find mickey mantle. We started to kind sniff around joplin missouri. The mickey mantle holiday inn. And someone said. Oh yeah there's a golf tournament going. On and mickey mantle. One of his sons. Were playing so. I just called the golf course. Said ma'am please speak to mr mantle. Suddenly there was mickey mantle on the telephone. We explain the story to him. And what we're doing in route sixty six and agrees to meet us and poor mickey. He could hardly walk by that time has knees. Were just blown out. Sorta bandy leg walks up one flight of stairs gets in the room. He just gives me a look and he just goes hallo. Did you get my phone number.

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"bandy" Discussed on Global Impact Podcast

Global Impact Podcast

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"bandy" Discussed on Global Impact Podcast

Palo Alto Networks' 2021 Ransomware Threat Report Indicates a Ransomware Demands Surge

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

02:05 min | 6 months ago

Palo Alto Networks' 2021 Ransomware Threat Report Indicates a Ransomware Demands Surge

"We're going to be getting into the palo alto networks ransomware threat report. Twenty twenty one and you'll devos president regional chief security opposite the i pay giants head that role. Sometimes i have. I was thinking alia So yeah thanks for joining again having this talk history. Some of the k. Phonics was when i was running up the nights it's Pretty impressive Intensive some of the payments. I will deal with what the bank paying and what they're making. I think we're in the wrong business but Maybe they will talk about how companies should be dealing with this because it sounds like companies have been dipping their hands in their pockets tying ransomware. Yeah in ranson. Look think i think from the beginning of this survey you'd really hang around if there is no money to be might actually bandies. Brass was actually quite lucrative has been quite literally footing for a number of us and people have been pike. I think that's the the last year specifically ran sort of cut not injuring himself. What we saw was the average mass pike by organization has dramatically increase. Two thousand nine saint louis sitting somewhere in the order of about fifty thousand. Us dollars was typically so the ransom in twenty twenty s nelson going out to three hundred thousand dollars Hundred and seventy one percent year on year growth just simply from the ransomware itself the rest payments obviously with within organizations insensitive. The rats in this thing paid for generations vessels the double from five minutes. And you're making some instances where the mice rats were example. We looked amazing. Twenty twenty actually averaging somewhere around the four point eight million dollars just to the rest where threat. The questionable of the survey making people the hesitant. Pike i don't see why for a second. The people are not paying. Because there's no reason why the ransomware would be going over and things would be going out out. Why was seeing normal ransom with resurrection. So puppy up.

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We're A Bunch Of Jerks!

Interesting If True

04:44 min | 6 months ago

We're A Bunch Of Jerks!

"As a nickname for the soda clerk who operated soda fountains as late as the nineteen fifties. The soda jerk was a title inspired by the jerking action Server used to swing the soda out handle back and forth when adding soda water fountain bedroom. Are we sure people didn't just not like him very much and because most of my quits today is going to be based on soda jerk stuff. This is the first ever jerk off so soda. Jerks prepared milkshakes and other treats using drink mixers that featured spindles and agitators to fold air in for smooth and fluffy results served. Tall glasses soda. Jerks were charged. Not only with preparing delicious treats for customers but with entertaining them as well. The responsibilities were many such as breaking and draining and one hand carving chicken remembering orders pulling the correct spigots and spindles on their drugstore soda fountains but most of all the new york times reported. The prime requisite of their station is the ability to bandy words. Okay like t say weird slang bumpy not not only bartenders but talkative. Very very talking and like fun. New slang and without the alcohol without the alcohol it's hundred entertain. People that are sober really. Is these guys managed it though because soda jerks became known across the country for this kind of isotopic slang hosting wordsmiths with gift for puns and rips at a time when the united states was nuts for all things ice cream. It says the terek shea something new so every they were all nuts for everything ice cream. They were at once. Consummate showman innovators and freelance linguists. At the drugstore stage rights michael carts welts of the american driving quote. American soda jerks became the pop culture star of the gilded age. I hope they were cunning linguists if they have any chance in the patron quiz. Oh so the colorful jargon. The soda jerk verbal shorthand for calling out. Orders is part of putting on a show for customers. The orders consisted of the method of preparation the number and size of the order the basic soda fountain item and any special instructions such as shake one and a hey and spit on it now. Don't don't spit on my food things. So that is a strawberry shake with raspberries on top. Oh shake one in the hey which means raspberry or strawberry shake and spit on it. Which means respite spit on it mean raspberries or to spit on it mean raspberries because that guy's comes never stopped Berries or read a little bit of this is gross. My hands were full. I only keep the raspberries and my mouth. Maybe it's because he's been punched in the face of often as bit as red lake raspberries down to the bar with old bloody lip. Soda fountains had a handbook of recipes. They had met a memorized called. Mr boston's guide but also hundreds of variations were created on the fly by the creative soda jerks. I've a cool picture. That is a lovely stocker. That i used on our website once cool. Yeah probably. that's what i thought. It was a real bar. So i made it a background image. Later on it became a dive bar right so by the nineteen fifties capitalism unfortunately all but killed old time soda fountains the increase in technology and the wyss to expedite helped push the jerks out the door. Yeah that and they were jerks but by then diners. The new big. Hang out the good old greasy spoon of your was the replaced the soda fountains but they kept some of the same language in peppered in some of their own. Yeah the ones with roller skates. Still brought you a milkshake. Yup and they also had some cool jargon and slang that they use themselves so similar visiting a foreign country where is not spoken diner. Lingo is virtually unknown outside of the united states. That makes perfect sense. I never really thought about it but it does make sense. I mean it's hard to come up with worse slang for something. That's already called spotted. Dick you traveled to. Ireland and scotland is uc diners there. I didn't i think that the only place in europe you could probably find an american style diner where they use slang thinking somewhere weird and germany. What is the irish term for boiled with cabbage country. You go to you go to some small local pub type restaurant type something like that. They all have slang because kitchen focus. Kitchen be light hearted tongue in cheek and sometimes even risque phrases could be heard in wide use in busy diner during the nineteen twenties continuing on well into the nineteen seventies. So a bulk of that time. All of it steve was alive. Well i mean it. It lows continued on into the eighties and nineties. Because didn't jordi lafforge do like a diner. Lingo thing on reading rainbow or some crap. I generally the fords did reading rainbow. What a couple years ago. There was something about it was the face of of a bunch of the more you know shows for a long time literally never watched it never heard of it. Didn't know he was on. Burton is a main just. Maybe three years

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Stepmom Mentor Tracy Poizner Shares Her Divorce Story

In Your Corner Divorce

06:29 min | 8 months ago

Stepmom Mentor Tracy Poizner Shares Her Divorce Story

"In what you're divorced is like yes sir. I married for so many years. Thirteen fourteen fourteen years maybe and My daughter was eleven. When i decided to divorce and i probably i probably should have gotten divorced. Probably should have never married this person. Except of course i'm the benefit is that i have a daughter who i love so much and she's wonderful But like i could have gotten divorced when she was two or three or five for seven or you know any time it was not in my wheelhouse. It was not something that you know. My parents have been married for sixty four years like didn't know anybody who was divorced. All of their friends were married all those years. It just was not anything that i ever entertained. As a solution to my problem solution was suck it up in like everything in life. I i i had two options which were figure it out and suck it up. I just say something. That's so interesting. So i'm all about like live your truth. Be who you are and own that regardless of what it looks like and what i did was what you just said. I tried to suck it up my ass off. China's gratitude lists all over town. I mean my. My perspective accepts. Oval was so small so great that by the time i got to the place where got you i was basically like you could use zero feigns and i'll just be trying to be happy and what i love about. That idea is today. We get to make decisions based on what her truth. And then we. The solution is a suck it up in our co parent dane and in our step. Mom's of so right. Because the person i wanna live with for the rest of my life is me and then whoever chooses my partner is going to be hopefully awesome but the sucking. It should not be my person. It should be like outside people. Yeah exactly exactly and anyway star. You're sucking sucking it up. And then finally i just i just couldn't anymore like your. I remember when my husband went with me. One time to counseling together. I remember saying you know. I'm i'm sitting on a cistern of of hurt that that is full like this cement late is on and no more can go in. I can't i just can't put any more in there. And i remember the the counselor asking my husband. Would you like to know more about what she's talking about. And he said no he didn't he did and that was the moment. When i knew that that that's the end you know so. Did he know he were struggling He knew that he had been unfaithful like through the entirety of our marriage. And he knew it and i knew it wasn't a secret but that it had just gone from that. You know that was something that i felt that i could encapsulate that somewhere. Like i could scott him. Is that little piece of what was wrong with our relationship and say this is who he is he. Has you know this kind of over. Sexualize attention seeking piece of him. That's not go away. I'm not going to change him. I can live around that by understand it today. would you want in your current marriage. No never never so. Do you think for for me. And for a lot of people. I speak whereas we try so hard to change. Our values are worse in changing the our order to fit the mersin. Where with rather than the other way around like. Honor like this. Who i am and i don't deserve nor do i wanna be with someone who can't be face into no of course not and it's a it's like a cost benefit ratio that you go through in your mind right. I married this person. Having had red flags about this before we got together. But i- flattered myself with the idea that i was the person that he wanted to come back to you and that i was better than these other people because i was the one that he chose and said. You're the one i wanna marry and you know i wanna be with you forever and the other philandering was like those were meaningless things in terms of the connection that we had that was an expert in hell yourself right my self. That was an expression of this. You know this weakness that he has. And i can cope with that because that's not about our connection. That's something that can stay on his side of the fence and in truth if he'd been nice to me the rest of the time i probably could've born at you know whenever you buy. Were you emotionally fulfilled by him. My fantasy of what our relationship was was emotionally fulfilling. The fantasy of it was but he was I mean i think it's fair to i. Don't wanna use the word narcissist. That gets bandied around you know. He wasn't like malignant but he was very very much about himself and his needs and and who he was and what he needed. And and you know my favorite question is asked us when i heard it from one of my clients and she said what would you want. Would you want your marriage for your children and you think about your daughter and i. It's so much easier. But i think that. I think that i was modeling. I thought i was modeling. My parents marriage. I mean i thought i was living out what i saw modeled. Which was that. You have difficulties between you and us just work like nothing is perfect yet. No relationship is perfect yet. They all have and there were many many good qualities of very interesting person. He's a wide reader. he's got a great sense of humor. he's very talented. He's very outgoing gregarious. But like those. Were all the reasons that i married him. At the end of the day you know it was a situation where he was somebody who was just sucking up all the air in the room. There was no room for anyone

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You thought herd immunity would save us? Maybe not

Coronacast

05:06 min | 8 months ago

You thought herd immunity would save us? Maybe not

"We're talking about pandemics norman one of the phrases that was bandied about a lot especially at the beginning was the idea of herd immunity that we get to a stage where the virus con spread willy nilly through the community anymore because enough people have had it that it doesn't spread as rapidly anymore and the theoretical threshold for that based on how much a single person with covid sort of tends to spread to was about sixty seventy percent. So what do we know about places in the world where there has been a lot of cover transmission whether we're reaching this community threshold and it's actually making a difference. Well funny you should say that because a couple of days ago in the lancet published a report from brazil which is actually quite disturbing. So the reported from a city in brazil called monas- who are monogamous. Which is in the amazon northwest brazil. I think it is and they had done a study of blood. Donors indicated four seventy. Six percent of the population had been affected with sars cov to by october of last year. And therefore you would assume with fat pie attack rates. You've got herod immunity which is above sixty as you said between sixteen seventy percent except that happened in january in other words just this month between the first of january in january nineteenth compared to december first two thousand nine hundred they had three thousand four hundred thirty one hospital admissions for sars coffee to for covid nineteen compared to five hundred and fifty two in the first twenty days for three weeks of december right. So they've had a big spike last year. It's dropped off. And now the saying a big spike again now. This and hospitalizations had remained low for about seven months. And you've just seen this spike in january and The question is what's going on here. So you could have overestimated the attack rate and the haired immunity ratio so possible that it's a high estimate in terms of when people were immune but even their low estimates based on perhaps errors in their assumptions of Wayne people what antibody response. It's still about fifty two percent as their low estimate there and that should still can fair some degree of immunity. But they do say that when you compare. The blood donors to average population. There was no difference in the university seems to be quite a representative sample of the general community. So they assume but seventy six percent is accurate so then they go onto looking at whether or not. There's been a waning of antibodies. During that time that could be other response but they showed that you and british healthcare workers reinfection was rare up to about six months after the primary infection. It could be due to variance because we've talked a lot on kron cast by the variance in brazil and they've really got to three lineages of variants in brazil which could be both more virulent and indeed war contagious. So the worry here is that we don't really know why they've had a resurgence in a community that should be pretty immune and it's not that these people are getting a model infection the second time around either because the measure that they looking at his hospitalization so presumably people quite sick. Yes and there is growing evidence that some some of these variants are were virulence. Although that's that's not been confirmed in any pure view jr journal. In fact one thing i need to say. But this paper is that it's in the lancet. And therefore it has gone undergone some degree of peer review rather than some of the other pre publication papers. We sometimes court from. So what are we. Take away from this. It seems like a pretty scary fact is is heard immunity. A false goal. Do we know whether vaccination is going to have a long long lasting immunity associated with it like this kind of worrying. It is kind of wearing. The good news is that consistent evidence from immunization at least with the astro vaccine and the fis vaccine even though the astro vaccine may be less efficacious at preventing all disease is that they do seem to generate an immune response. That's bigger and deeper than you get from alive infection which is very unusual. 'cause usually live infections. Give you a better degree of immunity particularly with influenza. But it seems to be contradicted in this. So it's likely that vaccination gives you a better immune response that lasts longer. But you'd have to say that from the study you don't have to watch pretty closely whether or not immunity wayne's faster are your vulnerable to variants more than people have thoughts. I mean it's it's mystery could be wrong but it's a it's a real warning sign.

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The Psychology of Power: Trump, the Public, & Media Reluctance

Immigrantly

04:43 min | 9 months ago

The Psychology of Power: Trump, the Public, & Media Reluctance

"So welcome. Welcome to immigrant. How is twenty twenty one cheating. You bandy. i haven't really had a chance or break to consider It's been quite hectic yes. Yeah i mean either them drums insurrection and all the craziness that we've experienced in fact. Let's begin there so what's been happening to be honest after twenty twenty presidential election. I promised myself that i would not talk about donald trump basically not to give him any attention or etame that i am making an exception today because i feel like what we are about to discuss is sole source so important. So what do you make off the events. What is your take on that well. It's the kind of danger and violence that we had been warning against for the last four or more years and so frankly as a mental health professional. I was not able to let down my guard after the election. But rather braced myself for even greater turmoil because of the influence this would have on the president and the fact that he was getting less attention would cause him to incite further upheavals. And i'm actually quite disappointed at our government that it never heeded our warnings as much as we have tried. We've recently published three hundred pages of letters. Petitions conference transcripts specifically aimed especially toward congress and we met with over fifty congress members. I published the book as you know the dangerous case of donald trump ray that collected essays by mental health professionals from early two thousand seventeen and then was updated in two thousand and nineteen. So all this was foreseen. Yesterday was not a surprise to us. We're only disappointed that it has turned out exactly as we had warned. So i want to take a step back and give on listeners. Context what you and i are talking about in two thousand seventeen. You took a vocal stance against trump Basically commenting on his dangerous mental batholomew. Now it is not uncommon for ordinary people to use colloquial terms like crazy or insane to describe trump's behavior and his actions however less common are i guess clinical observations so just for the context or what we are talking about. What do you mean by. Dangerous mental pathology. And what does that mean from psychiatric perspective. Yes so most of the time mental health professionals do not have a need to comment in public about any of these factors especially of an individual and i defer my twenty year career have never spoken about anyone in the public sphere especially president and i had no interest in politics before i was strictly academic clinician but we do have a responsibility to society. It says in our in the preamble of our ethics guideline. It says that we have a responsibility to patients as well as to society and when public health and safety are at stake We do have a responsibility so you may have noted that mental health professionals have come forth in unprecedented ways with this president. They had not spoken up by the hundreds and thousands now Against any president of any party in all of us history right but this was an exception and this is because we saw in him psychological sources of danger. And what do we mean by danger. Usually in the clinical setting. It's danger to self danger to others and danger to the public. Those are criteria for our intervening people know about law enforcement intervening usually after things have happened. Mental health professionals intervene usually try to prevent things from happening when there are psychological signs pointing to danger. So this is part of. What i felt was i- responsibility.

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How Qualcomms latest chip powers better photos and AI

The 3:59

04:19 min | 10 months ago

How Qualcomms latest chip powers better photos and AI

"Another one of the tent poles of this new platform. That's that's artificial. Intelligence a is been bandied about by basically every company for a low wall. Now what exactly does the eight bring when it comes to. So i think is starting to get embedded in so many different applications. We just we just don't know it You know things such as real time. Translation is is a isn't application of ai. people don't realize you know but but even more discreetly when you take a photograph for example gay. How many people know go into different settings in china you know make it so that the photograph just outright you lose that capture moment any of those things but the i just takes that whole thing out of it it can recognized environment you're in it can recognize different faces that you've specified it can recognize. Different states can recognize different lighting in. It'll just set your camera to the best possible aching of that photograph and video so lighting environments get recognized faces get recognized objects get recognized distances. Get in it can all put it together trying to figure out. How can i take the best video in the best photo and without thinking about so one. Second for example starts to recognize your patterns Let's say it sees you In In the office for x. Amount of time during the day and in driving an x. Amount of time during the day home x. amount of time during the day or even outside it can pick and choose. What's the best connection for you. tab the best call or data experience as another as another thing so there's so many different applications that ai is the underpinning of of those applications that it's it's almost impossible not to have that you know. Have that as part of one of the pills. So i want talk about topic. That's near and dear to most consumers my wife in particular that's taking photos that's camera tack. You talked a little bit about that before. But of that's another one of the temples of the eight. What are some of the capabilities enabled by this platform so last year. We what we did was. We introduced the first two pixel camera. What that allows you to do is Giga pixel per second. That what that allows you to do is to capture higher high resolution video higher and higher resolution images so you can capture eight k video. You can capture four k video but capture each frame at sixty four megapixel so imagine you capture video and then all of a sudden man. This one frame looks awesome right. I want i want that as a picture. You can capture that at sixty four megapixel which is a very high resolution image. That was last year this year. We're now at two point. Seventy two pixels per second. So now you're videos are even better your your Capture of of highest resolution Image sensors even better We can capture hundred and twenty photos at twelve megapixel resolution in one second. So now you can see. It's essentially thirty five percent faster than what we had last year. Now you can see all sorts of different applications. Coming through people can get creative in terms of video capture moment captured sharing. You know the so many different apple and now with the environment that we're living in that camera is so much more important because people want to share people want to be part of a of a of a social environment. People are continuously videoconferencing those those and then with five g. Coming in and ai coming in it just makes it easier and easier. So the more bandwidth camera the more bandwidth available on the network and higher quality with a i that will give a very very compelling user experience to someone who wants to wants to do that

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Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

FT Politics

08:07 min | 11 months ago

Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

"Boris johnson has always been keen to burn it his green credentials and put tackling climate. Change at the front of his government's. Agenda is done so again this week setting out a long-awaited plan to make the uk a world leader in green technology as with most government announcements. However that will plenty of spending commitments already made being re announced but the most auden criticism came from the tories who said it goes against. The party's new electoral base and could cost them votes but business secretary. Alex chama rejected this notion. This is about leveling up across our country. We're talking about twelve billion pounds and he has around. Four billion pounds of this is new money. Other money is money that's been pledged previously on deed lost budget in in in march Book very importantly This billion pounds will help to bring in three times as much in terms of private sector money and supporting create two hundred and fifty thousand jobs but the have been some critics of this plan arguing that it really doesn't go far enough. The shuttle business sexually. Ed milliband made this point. There is an urgency. That isn't enough ambition. That isn't a real plan. He's got to do better in all of our interests that he does better. We will keep pushing the government on ambition on jobs on appropriate plan to rise to the scale of the climate emergency. We face chimp. Let's begin with this. Ten point plan of boys. Johnson set out in article in the financial times. In fact what did you make of it and how much of it was new money and new policy okay so this was a very long awaited announcement. They were meant to originally Back in the summer and it slipped because of pressures on number ten prime minister announced twelve billion pounds states investment program when you went through the numbers at ten about three billion pounds this new at included five hundred million hydrogen one billion pounds insulation three hundred million pounds for nuclear industry. I think what was interesting even if the money was pretty small. Change when you compare it said of the countries like franz chemmy refute these comparisons jeremy kuban late manifesto prince lansing which lici tuten sums of hundreds of billions of pounds of buried money. Guns was agreement. Deo i think it's still a political moment because as always this tension between people saying let's go green other Saying it will damage economy People in cost known areas concerned type. Slutty jim republic who worry about paying extra tax also green initiatives ambrose johnson especially saying worry we can. Tiny's these things together. We make sure. Green economic growth happens in some of the left behind redwood areas and talking about place humble months for over northeast. police o'clock. It's wonderful to have you on the podcast. What were your thoughts. When you saw this announcement here because johnson has talked a lot about green policy arisons locked summer but it fuses if that rhetoric has increase as jim said that is new money on some new policies to go with it to there is a but by i know about this was a. It's brilliant. Hear a british conservative prime minister coming up with a plan like this. Because although we've had david cameron promising the government ever and then we had theresa may actually legislating for a net zero twenty fifty which was very pioneering for a country the size of britain at the time. The thing is. We really haven't seen a prime minister set out in a speech or in a plan like this thing as visionary really and it is a great vision. Unfortunately it's really not matched by detailed plans and considering that a large chunk of it is dependent on trying to mobilize private investor capital. I'm just concerned that it's really not going to make. Investors are not going to invest unless they see the detailed policy until they know what the shape of any sort of regulatory framework has got to look like really not going to get people plowing in at the rate needed to fulfill this and when it comes to actually meeting that net zero goal twenty fifty. It's really not on track to do that. Unfortunately the classic example about chocolate changing which is provided uncertainty from best is if you look at one of the atoms. Boris johnson announcement which was carbon capture storage. Which is basically succour Boats on you bury it. The browns the tools boom cameron government promised been impounds towards that twenty fifteen a group of plug on that money or johnston's done this year's he promised eight hundred pounds in the spring budget yet. Another challenge main pounds this week. Hey presto Where we were five years ago with basically almost leg progress on cca. Yeah that's exactly. It had this sort of crisis. Feel about it really. Is you know god. We've got to do something on climate. Okay what do we do on electric cars. Oh i know will bring the target ford. That's actually relatively easy to do. It's important but unless it's matched by holocene setting out how people are going to be able to buy more electric cars and how the rollout of the charging infrastructure is going to work. You know it's really difficult to see how it works. I expected a guest to say something a little more meditative parts of this plan on you when it comes to the targets for making sure that new homes not built with natural gas boilers in them. For example you know that's really quite important. And of course at target itself has been brought forward slightly from twenty five to twenty twenty three at same these support for hydrogen also important but again. You look at what germany's doing in its recovery plan. It's got around. Forty forty billion set aside for electric cars renewable energy and so forth and france around thirty billion euros set aside nine billion of that is for hydrogen renewables alone so compared to that. The u k plan does look a little small were jim. This is one thing critics of picked up on the plan. Even who is labour's shadow. Business secretary has said it doesn't remotely meet the scale of what is needed. I think greenpeace charity have said similar things to all those criticisms fad. You because when it comes to government spending you can always make the case you should be spending more doing more radical things and as please note. This is a conservative government. This is not natural territory. Full them yet. But i think the first point to make our show on the business sexually set on the radio. This is a down payment but that will be more. Fiscal events is quite possible than the spending review. The we see next week that could be more money for example nuclear. They could say they're gonna stop negotiation sizewell c Pass station which would of course involve more money. And i think as well now. He's talking about how these provides whole sums compared to labor government beginning right now the thing to remember Tackle climate change isn't just about state. Money is also about regulation so of course the bundle twenty fifty borrowing in new pets from these laws as an example of wet government does not have to spend the money it can regulate and things happen and so many of these decisions of stems from theresa. May's decision donning moments of her administration commit twenty-fifty net zero target. Only kind of off the thought. She the mohanchris coop suasion joyfulness. She bandied about it even now known. Would think theresa may is great green ahead and yet she took this decision from which all sorts of future decisions have the stem. But i think to remember names of bishops is very seats. Promotional world where Christie is coming from fossil fuels. Were kind of on talking for. I think you have to remember that. The british energy system like any other system But also transport system unfairly household energy or freeways needs to be decarbonised. And i remember whether we're on track to do that. Speed that needs to

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Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

FT Politics

08:07 min | 11 months ago

Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

"Boris johnson has always been keen to burn it his green credentials and put tackling climate. Change at the front of his government's. Agenda is done so again this week setting out a long-awaited plan to make the uk a world leader in green technology as with most government announcements. However that will plenty of spending commitments already made being re announced but the most auden criticism came from the tories who said it goes against. The party's new electoral base and could cost them votes but business secretary. Alex chama rejected this notion. This is about leveling up across our country. We're talking about twelve billion pounds and he has around. Four billion pounds of this is new money. Other money is money that's been pledged previously on deed lost budget in in in march Book very importantly This billion pounds will help to bring in three times as much in terms of private sector money and supporting create two hundred and fifty thousand jobs but the have been some critics of this plan arguing that it really doesn't go far enough. The shuttle business sexually. Ed milliband made this point. There is an urgency. That isn't enough ambition. That isn't a real plan. He's got to do better in all of our interests that he does better. We will keep pushing the government on ambition on jobs on appropriate plan to rise to the scale of the climate emergency. We face chimp. Let's begin with this. Ten point plan of boys. Johnson set out in article in the financial times. In fact what did you make of it and how much of it was new money and new policy okay so this was a very long awaited announcement. They were meant to originally Back in the summer and it slipped because of pressures on number ten prime minister announced twelve billion pounds states investment program when you went through the numbers at ten about three billion pounds this new at included five hundred million hydrogen one billion pounds insulation three hundred million pounds for nuclear industry. I think what was interesting even if the money was pretty small. Change when you compare it said of the countries like franz chemmy refute these comparisons jeremy kuban late manifesto prince lansing which lici tuten sums of hundreds of billions of pounds of buried money. Guns was agreement. Deo i think it's still a political moment because as always this tension between people saying let's go green other Saying it will damage economy People in cost known areas concerned type. Slutty jim republic who worry about paying extra tax also green initiatives ambrose johnson especially saying worry we can. Tiny's these things together. We make sure. Green economic growth happens in some of the left behind redwood areas and talking about place humble months for over northeast. police o'clock. It's wonderful to have you on the podcast. What were your thoughts. When you saw this announcement here because johnson has talked a lot about green policy arisons locked summer but it fuses if that rhetoric has increase as jim said that is new money on some new policies to go with it to there is a but by i know about this was a. It's brilliant. Hear a british conservative prime minister coming up with a plan like this. Because although we've had david cameron promising the government ever and then we had theresa may actually legislating for a net zero twenty fifty which was very pioneering for a country the size of britain at the time. The thing is. We really haven't seen a prime minister set out in a speech or in a plan like this thing as visionary really and it is a great vision. Unfortunately it's really not matched by detailed plans and considering that a large chunk of it is dependent on trying to mobilize private investor capital. I'm just concerned that it's really not going to make. Investors are not going to invest unless they see the detailed policy until they know what the shape of any sort of regulatory framework has got to look like really not going to get people plowing in at the rate needed to fulfill this and when it comes to actually meeting that net zero goal twenty fifty. It's really not on track to do that. Unfortunately the classic example about chocolate changing which is provided uncertainty from best is if you look at one of the atoms. Boris johnson announcement which was carbon capture storage. Which is basically succour Boats on you bury it. The browns the tools boom cameron government promised been impounds towards that twenty fifteen a group of plug on that money or johnston's done this year's he promised eight hundred pounds in the spring budget yet. Another challenge main pounds this week. Hey presto Where we were five years ago with basically almost leg progress on cca. Yeah that's exactly. It had this sort of crisis. Feel about it really. Is you know god. We've got to do something on climate. Okay what do we do on electric cars. Oh i know will bring the target ford. That's actually relatively easy to do. It's important but unless it's matched by holocene setting out how people are going to be able to buy more electric cars and how the rollout of the charging infrastructure is going to work. You know it's really difficult to see how it works. I expected a guest to say something a little more meditative parts of this plan on you when it comes to the targets for making sure that new homes not built with natural gas boilers in them. For example you know that's really quite important. And of course at target itself has been brought forward slightly from twenty five to twenty twenty three at same these support for hydrogen also important but again. You look at what germany's doing in its recovery plan. It's got around. Forty forty billion set aside for electric cars renewable energy and so forth and france around thirty billion euros set aside nine billion of that is for hydrogen renewables alone so compared to that. The u k plan does look a little small were jim. This is one thing critics of picked up on the plan. Even who is labour's shadow. Business secretary has said it doesn't remotely meet the scale of what is needed. I think greenpeace charity have said similar things to all those criticisms fad. You because when it comes to government spending you can always make the case you should be spending more doing more radical things and as please note. This is a conservative government. This is not natural territory. Full them yet. But i think the first point to make our show on the business sexually set on the radio. This is a down payment but that will be more. Fiscal events is quite possible than the spending review. The we see next week that could be more money for example nuclear. They could say they're gonna stop negotiation sizewell c Pass station which would of course involve more money. And i think as well now. He's talking about how these provides whole sums compared to labor government beginning right now the thing to remember Tackle climate change isn't just about state. Money is also about regulation so of course the bundle twenty fifty borrowing in new pets from these laws as an example of wet government does not have to spend the money it can regulate and things happen and so many of these decisions of stems from theresa. May's decision donning moments of her administration commit twenty-fifty net zero target. Only kind of off the thought. She the mohanchris coop suasion joyfulness. She bandied about it even now known. Would think theresa may is great green ahead and yet she took this decision from which all sorts of future decisions have the stem. But i think to remember names of bishops is very seats. Promotional world where Christie is coming from fossil fuels. Were kind of on talking for. I think you have to remember that. The british energy system like any other system But also transport system unfairly household energy or freeways needs to be decarbonised. And i remember whether we're on track to do that. Speed that needs to

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MLB players union rejects league's latest offer

SportsCenter AllNight

05:28 min | 1 year ago

MLB players union rejects league's latest offer

"On a return to work which will likely lead to litigation and the sports returned to a labour rift the union's action could lead to a season of about fifty games the players association could respond by filing a grievance that would be heard by an arbiter we're joined by ESPN MLB insider Jeff pastor Jeff as expected the players reject the latest offer from the owners the Players Association again asking the league to set a schedule rather than countering what does that mandated season look like what hello at this point because while Major League Baseball suggested that it will be in forty eight games that might do fifty games there's also the possibility that you could file a grievance against the Major League Baseball Players Association for negotiating in bad faith and breaching the mark agreement that has been part of this really part of the whole deal here and that would really blow things up so MLB's next move may be the most consequential of all but one of the players did today was was fourth pulling hand and and really show if there are going to begin this year we're going to get a sense of what they look like yeah you have that litigation as a by product of these negotiations so this is the last resort of a possible season and they'd also have to negotiate safety protocols which have to be agreed upon as well that said what's the earliest we can possibly see baseball played in a regular season boy it's tough to say at this point because I listen I'm not leaving out the idea that a negotiated settlement can come out of this you know the the PA today said I would feel like negotiations are over which is funny because honestly they never really started in the first place it was just to survive like talking over one another so I I still think there is the possibility of a sixty something games even if all the parties recognised just how stupid and self defeating this entire thing is and get together and get to see them on the board but otherwise if it's a forty eight fifty game season you know we're we're talking players not going to spring training for another month we're talking games not starting until after the NBA is scheduled to start at sometime in August and ending toward the end of September and then the you know just a regular playoff being played because the only way to have an expanded postseason like MLB and the players were both hoping for is that an agreement between the fact that in the absence of that we're just going to go back to the same one game wildcard out five game division series LPS World Series all right Jeff humor me for a second here our group is is known both sides know that in this scenario there is money that's going to be lost it's already known on both sides so why not anywhere in the range of sixty five to seventy five games full pro rated salaries and extra playoff teams like sixteen that's been bandied about so owners pay the players a hundred percent proration they get back some money with the extra post season games why couldn't that be some level of a compromise I think that's what the players were hoping for honestly and I think the players have gotten the sense that I think it is the the right sense that owner simply are not willing to do that they're not willing to guarantee the players one hundred percent of their full pro rated salary with the possibility of the post even being canceled on account of corona virus outbreak or or something else that that really could you know could derail the postseason there there is deep fear among the owners of the possibility of that eight hundred million plus dollars that they would get it from television rights in October just vanishing and in that money being important in their eyes to go and pay players yeah they they they are saying that their local television deals during the shortened season are going to be worth about nine hundred eighty thousand dollars per game they're also saying that players are going to get paid about one point six seven million dollars for games now the number about player salaries not in dispute the number about local television absolutely is in dispute it's something that frankly the value has been at the center yes the idea that clubs are going to lose as much money as they say they are and that's part of the reason why the players have been pushing it strongly if they have for their full pro rated salary they feel like they've lost a lot of money already to the games that haven't been place sure and they want to be paid for the ones that are going to be

Leaf Botany - Shape

On The Ledge

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Leaf Botany - Shape

"It comes to leave talk and God knows I love Lee Talk. There are a little terms. Bandied around that you may or may not be familiar with. I'm going to run through some of them now just to give you an idea of the range of terminology that you can use to describe leaves. I mean why bother you can say well. Relief is round or it's pointy or it's holy. Why bother with all these specialists terms well part of the reason? Is that as you get more into this hobby? No doubt you'll start reading up online and in books about plants and you'll find these terms start to come up and learning. These terms just helps to enhance your understanding of what you're reading. So what are the some of the terms that you're likely to come across? Well let's start at the very basic level with the leaf walk makes up the structure of the leaf. Well the Lamma is the blade of the leaf. The flatbed the that we possibly most interested in and the stock he bit well. That's the patio but do remember not who plants have patios. Some of them joined straight onto the stem. And it's an adaptation that saves the plant some water and listen to bobby reminded me of another useful pair of words when describing leaves and that's back. Co and Adak seal yet. You have to have your teeth in when you say those the opposite of visit belief. That's the Adak seal and the underside. That's the AB axial again. You might come across that one when you are reading about plants and that just helps you to know what is what. And then there's a whole set of words just describing the shape of a leaf. I think you notice about relief. When you're looking at is is it. Simple or compound now simple while that's fairly obvious it just means the leaf is one whole thing together rather than having some complex design whereas a compound leaf well that's formed by a number of flits that join together and then attach onto the stem and there's a couple of different coins compound leads your probably going to come across in the House plan world. Probably the most notable is compound pommie now and as is often the case the clues in the name a compound Paul Mate. Leave looks a bit like a hand. So if you think of a horse chestnut leave or in the House Plant World Shuffler relief. You are along the right lines and you can. Of course get palm. Eight simple leaves think spicier Japonica for example. That's a great example of a leaf. It looks like a hand but it's simple. It's all one leaf. The other form of compound leaf ease the P. natively compound leave and I guess the best example I can think of this. One is the sensitive plant Mimosa. Puteh Co where the leaflets are. All arranged in a straight line out in the garden the best example probably is arose some of the names of quite poetic. Iran the like Peltier eight which means a leaf where the patio joins not the edge of the leaf but somewhere in the center like Mr Shanley compete to that I also like has state which means a spear shaped leaf so think of a Philodendron artem being the perfect example again the Latin telling you something about relief and then we have the wonderful Lancia late which means quite simply shaped like allowance so in other words it comes to a point at the end. So think about your busy Lizzie. Impatiens classic Lawns Hiller leaves there are loads. More LINEAR world best. The spider plants leads right. Best fairly obvious. And then you've got something like Hoya carrier with its OPD coordinator leaves which means that harsh eight with the stem at the pointy and rather than the other end. If you want to go deeper into leaf shape names then do check out the show notes. Broil include some links to some wonderful pictures and diagrams of different types of shapes and he can spend hours learning the all. But how is a leafs shape determined? Why is this so much variation? Well this was where I need to call in an expert. I'm Enrico Coen. I'm research scientist Jonas Center Well we try and study and understand how plant forms are produced. How leaves grow how flowers get shapes often look at around my growing collection of House Plaza? Just wonder the amazing variety of leave shapes demonstrated even in my body's collection do have any insolent for us about why certain leaves are shaped as they are what what is it. What are the factors that determined the shaper indeed leaf size leaves a fascinating terms of the as you say variety of shapes the produced and one of the big questions which we still don't know all the answers to is how these shapes generated manmade shapes? We have a notion of how we make a spoon or plate because there's next to hand off our own hand the the process but with a leaf as with most biological structures there is no external hand it all has to figure out how to produce these shapes internally and Just as in a sense you could imagine how just to we use the musical scale. A single musical scale can produce all the different music that we hear from symphony used concertos to pop music and yet it's the same notes. It's the way in which the organized and put together the generates this amazing Variety of music and the same way leaves have a set of basic ingredients. And it's the combination of these ingredients allows still many different forms to be generated so although he's Mabul variety forms underlying that Some basic rules to get combined and also some glorious ways to produce the shapes. We

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The Big Debate

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

The Big Debate

"Hello Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to the passing shot tennis caused by fans. My name's Joke Kelly. I'm Kim McKenzie and today on the big debate we're discussing the greatest players to never have won a singles Grand Slam title. Take your seats. Thank you everybody hype you while Hyppia Safe On. What would it be today? The very star of the French Open Garros Second Grand Slam off the season. Obviously we have no live at is to catch up on what main came have decided to do in. This episode is commemorated. The occasion by looking back at some of the best players to have never won a grand slam singles title. And it's nothing is fair to say it's quite Alexi List that we've we've captured and are few surprising. Names bad did about is the yeah. We've had a lot of suggestions for our listeners and followers say thank you very much for sharing your thoughts and we have had some niche suggestion straight in as well. I'm actually trying to think plays on these lists. Yeah A lot. More names came up that I was actually wanting to and I mean really one of the questions is where do you draw the line? How do you quantify like how many slam final how many titles players had to have one career ranking? They had to achieve to cut be considered good enough To have been capable of winning slam. Is it how close they came and in a final. Is it just what they did in terms of the rest of their career that you could kind of define it? Let's say we'll be looking into this more detail but yeah it's it's quite an impressive list of talent on this list and makes you realize actually how perhaps unjust sport can be when some of our favorite players never quite managed to go all the way exactly and as he said I could this list dominate at Alex. Verify think if that career they will at some point be able to kind of break that that grandson duck. We're going to start actually with a really popular answer. The calls one of one of the first thing that came into my head. It was one of the first that came into of our listeners. Had as well and that player is David Nalbandian. Who the me as one of those payers who do not doubt that he had the technical ability to win a Grand Slam. It was more. I think the injuries him. I think this is fiscal outlook or school. He was quite stocky and made. Now bandying was one of those players. Where yes he? He could be anyone on his day. He was let down by injuries. And the fact the his maneuverability around the court wasn't wasn't the greatest. Yeah I would agree. I think now found him probably gave into the list of being too injury. Prone to to capture title assertively. He was around before the dominance of of the big three m federal was kind of coming to the scene of course but Sam either he was before when the era of Jovic in middle kind of say dominating everything when you look back at what he actually achieved. It's very impressive. Though he was the the only Argentinian in history to reach semifinals Al Slams and even just reached semi-finals and more at all is is a feat in itself and oversee most famous he reached the Wimbledon final thousand. T- leasings Lleyton Hewitt which you okay. This was his best opportunity to witness lamb. However I think in this final you look at the score line and it was so comprehensive. He think if he wasn't capable of kind of doing more on the day at such a kind of big opportunity. I know this question marks around kind of whether he really sees the moment because slates near be like six one six three six two very straightforward line and this was the tournament. Schley going back to this two thousand Buddha. The top seventeen seeds were knocked out before the fourth round. It was only Asian. You and Tim Henman. It will get onto later. That actually came through so you think ooh found in. I don't know I guess maybe even getting to the final was a bit of a stroke of luck giving given that he was Didn't he wasn't having to play top top names to get that far. Sipa houses move reflection of that but yes that very consistent across the Sam's reaching the semi of old of them and the fact that he he was able to be the big three as well. I mean we talked about it in a in a recent Poe cost about the fact that he. He's the only player to beat in the Big Three in one tournament. In in Madrid. I think he'd be Federa Djokovic and the Dow so he was able to kind of know only just do it on one occasion. He was able to come string great consistency across. You know what you would need at a grand slam across. Two weeks is just yeah. You almost fell the loss hurdle as he said. He got to the semi finals of L. Better every Grand Slam and I think it's just a bit of a shame that he got so far but doesn't really have a lot to show for it in terms of in terms of actual titles and that two thousand eighteen. Would you look at the George? Dd that kind of that was potentially could have been his. May I know kind of you know? He's up against the world number one. The Best Player Lleyton Hewitt. But certainly you know how to kind of solve easiest drawer to get to the final to go out. So comprehensively was almost shabelle on his part.

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We Keep Getting Up with Felicity Ward

The Guilty Feminist

03:55 min | 1 year ago

We Keep Getting Up with Felicity Ward

"So felicity our theme today is we keep getting up. It was suggested by you. He was now you have as we've mentioned a small bump beano. Tell us what that be like in terms of keeping on getting up a look literally we keep having to get up 'cause children. I thought you meant it but I mean we are at the moment getting off having to fade him. A lot through the night went down to one fade a night which is incredible but we have still got severe sleep deprivation. We HAVEN'T SLEPT SINCE NOVEMBER. And he is a great baby now. He's always been a great baby. I love him to death but he had something called. Click which you here get bandied around. But you don't really know what it is and the reason that you don't know what it is is because doctors don't know what it is. The definition is a minimum of three hours crying per day for a minimum of three weeks and that went on for about seven weeks. Maybe longer and it was just in the not to begin with. It was just like seven till eleven pm and he'd have a napping there and then it started to drift into the Diet and I didn't realize that was happening that I was Getting postnatal depression from the sleep deprivation. 'cause IT'S A. There is lots of things about motherhood that I was very very judgy of and I didn't know I was judgy of until I became a mom so when I'd say mums online and this is like I'm a feminist bought but when I'd say MOMS online going mothers are incredible Blah Blah Blah Blah. I was like it had a touch of the wellness enthusiasts. You know like we just want to be supportive and now that I have had a baby single parents. I honestly do not know how they do it. I genuinely don't know how they do it without losing their minds. It's the hardest thing I have ever done. Nothing Bah nothing and I have had a Lotta Shit happened in my life. I also When I had the baby I still had the expectation that do everything that I could do before. Maybe you know maybe it would take a little bit of time but not long. I think I'm pretty capable you know. And it's all in the mind and tons out having a baby is physical Surprise But I went back to work when he was nine weeks old and I went back to work in Australia. And so my husband quit his job and we flew to Australia when he was nine weeks old. And then I started filming two days after we got there and This show is incredible. And maybe the only thing that saved being but I have had some of probably the worst year of my life but also with this incredible baby and these incredible husband and with this incredible. Show a lot of good things happening but Yeah so I picked the subject just because where in the past. I've had a choice whether I can get up or not you know. I don't have a choice now because I have a tiny baby Any is I didn't mean to debate a serious right up top a no. It's absolutely fine as we love gearshift. I'm sure it coming any second now. Yeah I've heard tell of how difficult it is and I've I've got a little bit experience of babies and children now named and things I'm GonNa do you wear at the time and isn't the same because there was an end in sight we'll give them back. And I think it is the very relentless nature of at the DC own difficulty. That parents told me and it sounds like you did it in a difficult way as we're going to come hence television show. Yeah

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Corporate liability shields

Clark Howard Show

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Corporate liability shields

"We've got a a real conundrum going on in the United States. Where somewhere around thirty percent of US have been able to continue our jobs working from home? So you've got this. Nearly third of Americans who did for the most part go to offices now working from home and employers are trying to figure out how they bring people back well. Big Employers are basically saying. We're not bringing anybody back into our offices because we're too scared there. We're going to spend the next ten years defending ourselves and lawsuits. So here's the back story. What employers fear is that people will come back to an office environment. Develop Corona virus have long term health problems or pass away in either case people would then turn around or their heirs turn around and sue the employer for failing to provide a safe environment that cost a loved one his her life or that individual worker cost his or her health so employers face a serious challenge. You know one of the things that is a Bermuda Triangle for employers is. How in the world do you make people safe using the bathroom? I mean nobody is able to go to work for eight or nine hour shift and not go to the bathroom and the bathroom is an area where keeping it safe from. Infection for people is very very hard in the office itself. You can create Might say for environment by having people work. Different shifts by reducing. How many people were a lot of employers are putting up plastic shields like those plexiglass shields like you may have seen? If you've been out and about and stores where the round cashiers there will be those plastic shields and so creating conditions it reduce the risk but employers still are afraid so they're working the halls of Congress very hard right now to get a liability shield past where employers if they follow ultimately this is kind of how would work. They follow a set of prescribed guidelines issued likely by the. Cdc is what's been bandied about Centers for Disease Control that they would have a corona virus lawsuit shield from being sued for making somebody ill who has lifelong health problems or dying from getting corona virus. It will not exactly be an easy thing to figure out where somebody got. It who've got corona virus but employers are really really worried about what is referred to in legal circles tail. Risk that that you would end up with the liability that will go on year after year after year for what would happen to somebody coming down ill with corona virus. I don't know how Congress is going to ultimately act on this. There's strong there's a strong push among a number of Members of the Senate to create a blanket immunity and the initial soundings without even requiring following guidelines that will never fly but the reality is big employers account for roughly half of employment in the United States. And they are not worried necessarily about your safety or your life. But they're worried about their wallets and that's why you're going to see a full court press over the next couple of weeks to have that liability shield in place. There's another reality though. Employers have found to their surprise that people's productivity for the most part has been just fine with people working remotely working from home and I think it's clear that this is going to change things. Four potentially a generation that it will be much more accepted as something that people do all the time or a significant amount of time that they do work from home remotely. Whatever you WANNA call.

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Signs From North Korea Only Raise More Questions About Absent Kim Jong Un

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Signs From North Korea Only Raise More Questions About Absent Kim Jong Un

"Enormous speculation as to the well-being otherwise if the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He's not been seen in public for over a fortnight missing key public events. Initially reports carried by daily N Que a media outlet run largely by North Korean. Defectors said that he might be dead or critically. Ill later reporting that. He'd undergone treatment for cardiovascular complications other stories circulating in the media said a heart operation had been botched by nervous surgeon with shaking hands. Now we know Kim is morbidly obese. He's reportedly a heavy smoker and drinker may be diabetic and suffers from hypertension. Both his father and his grandfather died from cardio related ailments. North Korea has been utterly silent on the subject but if he is dead will destabilize the state and who would take over John? Everard is the former British government. Signed Busta to Pyongyang. He's on the line. John Lovely to speak to you again. Is He alive or dead? I'm pretty sure he's alive. Not least because two days ago he sent a congratulatory message to President Ramaphosa of South Africa. Now I suppose it's possible that these messages are being sent out on his behalf but even though he's passed away but I don't think so that's simply not the way the North Koreans do things. But he certainly not around. The last confirmed sighting of Kim. Jong UN was on eleven April at which point he looked. Fine I mean he was hosting a his chairing a politburo meeting and he didn't look any worse than he normally does. But then the big shock. He failed to appear on Fifteenth April. The birthday of his grandfather and founding Kimmel soon every year. There's a big ceremony where the royal family all troop off to Kimmel. Psalms mausoleum to pay their respects not to do so is simply unthinkable surprised foreign observers and north. Korean draws must have dropped I mean the last time he disappeared for review for a substantial time if he had six weeks later walking with a cane apparently due to surgery on his ankle. Do you think we should assume that? This is health related He's not just having a luxury lockdown somewhere. I don't think we kind of humorous health related as you sit in your introduction there have been reports that He underwent heart surgery. That didn't go well. But the sourcing of those reports is really very wobbly. Indeed and it's quite possible that there simply wrong all do. Nathanson is that he hasn't been seen he failed to appear. added grandfather's birthday. But he's still messages. Is He. Sick it is. It's possible but if if so why then didn't he send a flower basket to his grandfather was in? Which is what you always do in North Korea in these circumstances also if he is sick what has happened to his younger sister. Kim Yo John. She didn't show up either. In fact she to US disappeared. So what a body victim has taken them both out. I think it's possible that the problem is not medical but political. Iggy means some kind of fracture within the regime. Yes that somebody has decided that it's time for a not exactly a soft coup but four. Kim's on to be removed from the immediate levers of power so he keeps his titles in the official reports of the messages that he has been sending out to vice presidents he's given orders full titles we continues to rain but we don't know whether he continues to rule and of course the South Koreans are saying they think he's in one sandwiches a port and seaside resort on the east of North Korea. What's he doing there? Wouldn't make sense if it's a medical problem because spills somewhere it would make sense if he's been arrested or is just in lockdown like the rest of the world why though e- during the worst of the pandemic he continued his normal activities and was photographed chiefly hugging people. Not a social distancing there now The pandemic and China is receding North Korea is claiming no cases. Why would you want to go into self-isolation matter? It doesn't make sense so John I mean I was going to ask you about who the possible people to take over from him. Off is being the obvious contender but this is. This is astonishing news that perhaps a soft coup has happened. What would that mean for the country? We don't know a lot of because if it has happened and we're we're we're we're we don't know this we're all guessing we don't know who has let it. It might be hard line as what it might be liberals They're all factions of in both directions at the royal court and of course a North Korean aunt saying anything at all I could easily produce a a list of possible. North Korean candidates who might be leading government for you but frankly it wouldn't be worth much so I mean we had. Obviously we thought that this the ruling would stay within the family. It is after all the world's only communist monarchy rarely could go to someone outside the family and if that is the case one name that seems to being bandied about is Tahoe's a North Korean defector. He's part of the the government in South Korea. He does seem to be readying himself for the challenge. I think if they were a unification of the two careers. Tim Ho Foolish not though. He's a buddy of mine so I'm biased. But he would probably play a significant role in this. I'm not sure that he would be offered or would see a leadership role.

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Christian Podcast Community

13:47 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"For that? He didn't even other shows like we joke around. Who's going to buy? And he's out smarter to be a couple times but the best one. The best one was we went. We were in Utah and Late like eleven or midnight. Whatever it was ten and He was feeling a little bit under the weather. Just a little bit not sick but you know just a little down as okay so we go to McDonalds. This is doing witnessing to Mormons. Have been out there for hours. You know and the whole thing and so we come back and we're going to go there and we we've had wrestling matches over things and I've I've taken things he's taken anyway so we're like big children. We're entertainment for many people in this right. So I push push it. He goes he goes. Look I it cost to go ahead and I could tell he's not feeling like okay. Great and so take my card and I pay and he goes. I had paid for mine. You you let me pay for mine pay. I had walked away feeling right. Yeah that's right and so then I buy mine and I remember going to see them on my own stuff. Ha tried before the fault him walk over Twenty Thirty Feet to the soda machine to get something and the girl behind the counter goes. Hey Sir I look over. She goes you car. Didn't go through and I would no longer 'cause he goes. He puts his car down. There was no way stowaway that I could get back in time. It was you know. Actually I want that funny thing. The lady behind the counter was the funny all the time like the lady behind the counter turns me Matt Matt and I are both trying to pay for mine and I I had with my phone and because I wave my phone. It was faster than mets slip in the thing and so the lady behind the counter and this is definitely not the training. She got at McDonald's on how to treat customers. She turns tobacco your loser and so we we of course instantly loved her. She was like the greatest but when Matt didn't pay the second time he walks over there and she goes. You're such a loser. If there was a contest for losers you'd come in it was. That was his. Yeah it's been running joke and the reason it's running joke kind of things because twenty years ago bill. Mckeever is an expert on mormonism. We both live in San Diego and call them up one day ahead. You take you to lunch and Milan. She goes okay so I drove forty minutes. He bought it so now I want to to and and two months later I call them up. I go hey dude. I owe you a couple of lunches. Let's go come on down. He goes okay great and so came down and I still remember them. I still remember this to this moment. I'm sitting there again or pay. Go like that and no lie. I forgot my wallet for the Second Time I sat there and I can see the future. I remember just pausing going mocking forever here. It comes and he looked at me at lit up and he goes. You forgot you get at it. Started installing is so. It's kind of a running joke. And so whenever I see bill mckeever. Everybody knows bill. He's he's an expert on Mormonism and Utah. I say. Tell bill that he owes me a lunch. It's a yeah there was. That was the first thing with first time I met when I was when you knew I was going to be meeting bill. You're like hey make sure to let them know that he owes me a lunch. Running joke trend tomorrow. Did you notice a trend with Andrew Restaurant in New Jersey? I'd get up twenty minutes early to go pay the bill and he'd already had it taken care of Jer. You don't even the 'cause you jerk for vitamin meal. Did you notice the trend though Matt never pays for meals and not remember we were at I think it was? It was Wendy or something and I have my wallet go ahead got buyers great and you had your beer pay watch and you moved your watch over by the SEGA. Pays okay. This is how this happened. So we go to a Chick-fil-a Churn Matt Matt made me Thomas that I wouldn't take my wallet out and I said no problem. I won't take my wallet. I promise all happy and I take my phone and it just wave over the thing. I hear the Ding. I put my phone away and she goes. Oh It's right here. What he paid for it and he goes picture this in this restaurant and he when she goes. Oh you used his phone. He used apple pay and he goes and he did it so loud. This entire restaurant is looking at him and he didn't. He never knew about apple. Pay Google pays so so the next time he's like I don't get nothing and I said I won't take anything out. I just leaned my watch over. We're GONNA try tie this into some racism to it's a Jewish trying to be financially superior to Germans somehow is getting back to tyranny. Put Me over the air. Because it's a long complicated plot. It's you know it's really bad. Jamal is I've actually called up. His radio station is radio program. Mexico live and I call in. I'd just go. Why do you call me a jerk? And then I make him have to explain to his own audience. I know Twits WANNA comment. John Brown area Mason earlier and I'm thankful for him being the comment. Because sometimes you know you're thinking about something. Didn't he just lose it like lose? We talk about something so air mason. He is he's a founder impassive Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. That's where he's from and I got. I got a good friend of mine who lives in Pennsylvania. It kills me that I can remember the state but yeah so he's from Philly and I'm fifty fellowship now he. He's a Christian Bradley you. This is a lot of his service. Gospel centered and everything else. It just when he came to this when it comes to this issue I got serious qualms with him you know. And it's faster this when she was of a wellness and what being woken everything else already says his his book It he's talked out how he he draws his. He's draws his premise for being woke from. Wbz Boys who was an atheist is on the whole. The whole thing is based off premise of their basic by people have this double consciousness. Imbo Eric Mason comes home and he says well because he's a Christian he adds Christ right Christ consciousness so you gotTa do you have all three and Christ consciousness. That's just the anchor that hose it. Hose or anything else keeps everything else in place but the truly be woke you must possess all three levels of consciousness in this in this double consciousness that wbz boys talked about. Was THAT BLACK PEOPLE. And it's only for black people. He didn't mention this for all people. Just black people being aware of how. How your view society and the fact that you and then how how who you are as a black person so you gotta be aware of those two things and that's your consciousness and then on. Mason says is you got to be a Christian to be truly woking must be a Christian and have you know and so it was a lot you know. It's I really liked that. But it's like when he came out with a book. It was very controversial. You know and all this thing of Christ consciousness and I mean it's a new age term and it's a mysticism term. Not that he's guilty of that in it because they said the Christ consciousness that's really disturbing someone Should know not to use a phrase like that because it can inadvertently affirmative concept. That people don't know by that term but that's just a a point but Yeah I you know one of the things that I've been concerned about is. I don't believe her different races and I'm serious. I don't believe there's different races isn't just one race in a different Different forms different colors. Different Heights different. Whatevers and And that's it in fact Two of my daughters are attracted to black guys. I don't care because I care about is are you Christian? Do you love the Lord? You're going to be pretty good protector and provider and you may have integrity. That's all I care about. That's how it's supposed to be so I don't see someone as black or Asian. Though I know certainly notice that I know in my head. No there's one race. We're all our our ancient father and mother are the same. Adam and Eve were all made in the image of God and that's how it is and that's how it needs to be with that because our take blaming Blaming OTHERS FOR OUR SITUATION. I got plenty try. Got Plenty of people to blame for my situation. Being as bad as it is in some areas and I'll tell you not a single one of them was white with black or Asian. The ones that gave me by far the most difficulty administering and all kinds of things without exception. There's always been white people getting. Does that mean that I hate them? No it happens you move on and on and go to wrap things. Wrap up the show. Here's the thing that we see. You know there's a couple factors that I hope you guys pick up one as matches said there's one race we are the human race the difference the genetic difference between any human you know from. Jamal to me is point zero nine two more so guys so we're talking about the seem race. Okay so the. The fact is that we're single race. The other thing that I hope pick up on throughout the show was the fact that they have a different definition. The social justice words have a different definition of justice. It's not the justice that we see from God. It's a justice that says that. If you have something that I want and I can make an excuse for having it. You should give it to me okay but that system never works because everybody wants what everyone else has and once they have it. I mean a great example Bernie. Sanders was always against millionaires until he became a millionaire and then he was against billionaires and it was the one of the funniest lines from Michael Bloomberg. That's the fact here. You got a guy that's totally into this stuff. All millionaires are bad until he becomes then billionaires the bad people. That's the problem this. It's a system of justice that is impossible to work because it's not based on an objective. Standard it is based on a subject of Standard. We know scripture is that all justices based on an objective standard. That standard is the character and nature of Almighty God. That's the standard that everything is judged by as being just or unjust and so that is the standard. Go by Jamal. I appreciate you coming on. folks go and check out the prescribed truth. Podcast you don't WanNa miss an episode Go back and binge all the old ones that you missed. Because he's got some great stuff on Martin Luther King Junior It some of this stuff that we're talking about other issues. The one we referred to where he went into the the stats. Checkout Dot Org Who's the Guy Tema? Who's The guy that runs Karm Dot Org? 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"bandy" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"I forget the problem you laughing because there's so much truth with the material you'd have lasting listen. Listen Jamaal was talking about mugging when guys come in a store that they're they're watching them because they're mugging him there and I realized that's exactly what I do with you. You suffer injustice because every time. I'm in a restaurant with you among you. I'm watching what you're doing afraid you're GonNa Plod credit card and I have to pull it out of your hands or push you out of the way or do some other childish behavior just to make sure you know and you know joking around and stuff like that but there's actually truth what you're saying. I watch everybody that way who they are when I meet somebody. I don't know who they are. I size them up. I'll watch how they walk. I watched how they stay speak. Watch what's going. I wonder if they're going to be a threat not going over born overblown overboard here but what I do. Because I've moved so much I was. I was traumatized. So it's part of me to always assess anybody quickly. That's what I do. What is it wrong? No and there's a reason for it because there's this thing called profiling get this. You WANNA know why. Israel doesn't have any hijackings under planes. They Proba file profile. And when I was in Israel and Tel Aviv. Coming out going in and going out. I mean they had they had together and they they checked you. They looked at you. They have people just looking at you. They're sizing up as what they're doing. There's two standing there and they're armed and intimidating and they want to see how what body language you're going to do they profile. There's no problems I felt so safe. What was there because of it? Profile people all the time. I. It doesn't matter what race they are. I don't care I wanNA to know what they're going to be a threat. I think we all do you know why we that's why we don't walk up to anybody and just tell them all our information security numbers why because vetting. Yes yes we had. We had a case where Matt we're at a conference it was it was matt myself and and David would okay here we are. The pastors takes us to dinner before the conference. We just lost Chris. He takes us to dinner. And there's there's one chair that's against the wall facing the restaurant and the three of us are all fighting over. Who gets that chair and Kevin have our backs to the door? You want correct so we can watch so. I ended up winning based on this. This was the argument that this was the lodge. We're all fighting trying to give reasons why we needed that chair. Matt attack more turned to man said yes. But you're in New Jersey now and you can't carry therefore you you're the worst out of all of us because you in that position you can't do anything and David arguing over. Who has more of a karate and martial arts background to WHO could defend the most of us so I won I got. I got the prime location. David got the second location of Matt was in the works. Look I look at it this way. Once the primary ones got it doesn't really matter Nathan I have a buddy buddy named Nathan. Here he carries all the time and whenever we go out and he plays together. It's always it's always discuss. Who's GonNa sit where strategically it's not like? We're just waiting for something to happen. It's just you know it's just like hey you got you got your back okay. We've got you know we're good. Nathan Nathan doesn't carry. He double carries. I mean get it right. Does because he carries he carries twice in case. Someone else needs something. But you'll you'll like this comment from Donnie jets. He says we all take. We all take turns making fun of Andrew. We should do a show making fun of Andrew. Oh that could be. You could do a compilation. Somebody make a compilation of all the time. Did you young? Yeah right but see the thing but I do have. I do have an advantage because there are others who take cracks at Matt on on my behalf. There's a lot and and so you know I have. I have that. Where sometimes people will you know? We'll bust on Matt just because well. I kinda think he's. He's deserving it but let's see if we could. We could find a clip like this was the one that helps you get The podcast backup. Yeah he did get the podcast did it? Don't you think you dinner.

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"bandy" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"So what are the Democrats doing? Where were they doing anything to stop this? No Pelosi sat there and did absolutely nothing when when they tried doing the funding bill. She flies in on her private jet from California. She's zooms in and says. Stop the bill. I want the green new deal in here. Okay we gotta do the green new deal. She blows that up for for half a week to week. They have the second one that day. Now did what happened. She holds out for week just as she can go. It was really the the Republicans in the Senate. They held it up It was on your desk. How do the Republicans? I mean the handed to her a week ago and somehow it's the Republicans fault that she didn't sign it. They've done nothing but sit there and go say oh. He didn't do enough. He knew he should've done more he should have done it sooner. Look and see wouldn't have saved more lives if he did something sooner. Wouldn't it be better if you blamed the place where this actually originated from? How about we blame the. Who who's who in February was still saying. It can't be transferred human-to-human how `Bout we blaming China? Who didn't tell us all of the facts of what was going on. They can the secret they were. They were killing the doctors who are whistle blowers then they kicked out the US press by. Let's not blame China. Let's continue to support the. Let's go with the Communist talking points in the media in every day if you watch briefings every day all it is is the communist talking points from China being thrown at the president. And I gotTa tell you. Today was the funniest because he's just like he looks at the woman from CNN. He goes he says. I'm not taking your fake news. You're you're not always says it everyday calls them fake news. Because I'm not taking a question from Ukraine who goes he goes your fake news. And she says something and it's like he just goes. He's like trying to escort and she's like just shouting over in the other person talking so he just sits there goes like shakes his head and then when she's done she he goes. Okay next question. Do you think nor her just ignored her. And here's this. Here's do you know that this is another thing. Pelosi's do do you know that. Pelosi has started an investigation into Donald Trump's handling of the corona virus. They're starting the Nixon impeachment. They're looking in to see whether he mishandled. What did she do nothing? She got in the way every time he had to do it by executive order. Because she wouldn't work with him she wouldn't she wouldn't let. Congress do what they were supposed to do so he had to do by executive order. Why didn't he do it right away because he was trying to do it? The proper way through Congress and she was delaying. So who do we blame? We should blame her. We should blame China. We should blame you. Who that WHO should ask. What does it have to do with being woke like this? What you now. Definition woke is being aware of injustices and according to the conspiracy. Then trump has committed a grave injustice against his own country. The country that he's supposed to be protecting and the acerbic he's he's purposely. Allowed this virus come in and not only people but a fait black and brown people you know. And it's his fault. Close a border there. So He's evil as the most the most wicked wicked because he's working he's letting states from have the rights to to make decisions he's the ask every day in the briefings ask them. Why don't you use this this? You know the Congress gave him power to just demand companies to manufacture things into demand the states to do the and he's not doing it and their shelf set over that and he's like. I don't need to him working with them and the left. Is there wacked? My wife and I will watch a half an hour a day. Usually routine at navy relaxed. Watch some news and and and you know just amazing at the agenda that's there and the blindness to hatred the the agenda You WanNa push is truth is a commodity to be sold and twisted reminds me of of Lucifer in genesis three. Did God really say the initial questioning the very nature truth and this is what we have a problem with. And they're very powerful. You GotTa do something about it but yeah it's in fact. Oh I tell you the story. This is a true story about the news media I don't trust them. I just you buddy in college. I don't trust them Is this your buddy in college and Seminary Seminar? Yeah this is so I was in seminary and graduated in nineteen ninety one and it was a friend of mine. A White Guy who was from South Africa and apartheid rights were happening and he told me what happened the night before he's watching the apartheid rights and Lo and behold itself after you recognize the street corner where his brother is living. It is going to happen. You know he goes. Oh my goodness hope. He's okay he calls them up. Said Are you okay and it better said? What are you talking about? The riots is let rights the rights outside on the corner right there. Look out your window and he goes. There's nothing out there so the news said it was live riots. And he's talking to his brother live in South Africa and it was an invented false story. The broader told him two months ago. They had a little gathering disturbance people. It wasn't you call it a riot but they call it a a protest about something unrelated. They use that film to create a false narrative. Yeah wow comes to mind suited up North Dakota's and and let critical race theory class As a janitor or primary now when class preach we add? They're trying to get us to become woke and the video that you try showing US wise for London reasons by the racism. Mrs Said America is because when it comes to retail stores retail store. Pick on black people at trump's a shoplifting. Therefore racism exists in America. You know I watched cops. They'd have a great disgracing intro. Dave a White Guy. Running out of a story gets tackled by a white cop and the whole bit. I mean. They're all over him like a monkey on. Cupcakes is ripping them apart. It was great to see. But yeah they're the ones who did so in In Area Mason as interview. Dila with and those who who who mason is. He's He's a pastor of L. elements insurance. Just not name fishers. Yeah he's he's Arben Pasadena. Community often I WANNA say thank. Where's that place? I WanNa say the day I would have said The city he's in anyway. He's passed look past the Mason. He wrote he's also a church but he mentioned in an interview. He was discussing about the book and Act Racism. Or an act of this His wife originally this stuff like that in this injustice. Is You walk into a store and owners. They don't spill say hello. It'll speak a mug. You they get they look at you watching what you're doing you know you're you're shopping in the store or whatever and they just watching you you know. And that is the type of justice because you're a distorted assuming because you're black that you're going to be stealing something or it could be defended had history of of break-ins robberies in there watching everybody who walks in and he just happened to meet their glands. So if we wait so you're you're saying that that Matt actually is in has been suffering from injustice because whenever met in I enter into a restaurant. I'm looking at him that way. I mean when Matt when we're in a restaurant. I'm a mugging rach the term. I didn't know the term for it. They're mugging Matt. I'm sitting here. Yeah See. I'm watching what he's doing and there's a reason I have to. Because he may he may try to pay for a meal. See the best part of this is. He doesn't even here this part because he's busy talking to his way. So Hey Lou. We'll give him that one again later. But KUMBLE PLACES. I've many problems with trump but thank God for trump and this is actually what a lot of people feel key. Can you picture of? Hillary was president during. I mean just picture like president. Hillary Clinton like right during this virus. I mean he thinks she can handle this. Well Matt you you you miss something you were talking to need. We discovered that you you suffer injustice at my hands my hands because you know. Jamal was talking about me mercilessly. Oh yes okay. So this is what happens. This is what happens if I'm like if I'm having a bad day or I'm stressed or having problems. I Call Matt for for Advice Right. He doesn't give advice. He just insult me over and over relentlessly until I forget the problem you laughing because there's so much truth with the material you'd have lasting listen. Listen Jamaal was talking about mugging when guys come in a store that they're they're watching them because they're mugging him there and I realized that's exactly what I do with you. You suffer injustice because every time. I'm in a restaurant with you among you. I'm watching what you're doing afraid you're GonNa Plod credit card and I have to pull it out of your hands or push you out of the way or do some other childish behavior just to make sure you know and you know joking around and stuff like that but there's actually truth what you're saying. I watch everybody that way who they are when I meet somebody. I don't know who they are. I size them up. I'll watch how they walk. I watched how they stay speak. Watch what's going. I wonder if they're going to be a threat not going over born overblown overboard here but what I do. Because I've moved so much I was. I was traumatized. So it's part of me to always assess anybody quickly. That's what I do. What is it wrong? No and there's a reason for it because there's this thing called profiling get this. You WANNA know why. Israel doesn't have any hijackings under planes. They Proba file profile. And when I was in Israel and Tel Aviv. Coming out going in and going out. I mean they had they had together and they they checked you. They looked at you. They have people just looking at you. They're sizing up as what they're doing. There's two standing there and they're armed and intimidating and they want to see how what body language you're going to do they profile. There's no problems I felt so safe. What was there because of it? Profile people all the time as a matter what race they are. I don't care I wanNA to know what they're going to be a threat. I think we all do you know why we that's why we don't walk up to anybody and just tell them all our information security numbers why because vetting. Yes yes we had. We had a case where Matt we're at a conference it was it was matt myself and and David would okay here we are. The pastors takes us to dinner before the conference. We just lost Chris. He takes us to dinner. And there's there's one chair that's against the wall facing the restaurant and the three of us are all fighting over. Who gets that chair and Kevin have our backs to the door? You want correct so we can watch so. I ended up winning based on this. This was the argument that this was the lodge. We're all fighting trying to give reasons why we needed. That chair Matt was like well. I GET ATTACK. More turned to man said yes. But you're you're in New Jersey now and you can't carry therefore you you're the worst out of all of us because you in that position you can't do anything and David arguing over. Who has more of a karate and martial arts background to WHO could defend the most of us so I won I got. I got the prime location. David got the second location of Matt was in the works. Look I look at it this way. Once the primary ones got it doesn't really matter know Nathan I have a buddy buddy named Nathan here. He carries all the time and whenever we go out and he plays together. It's always it's always discuss. Who's GonNa sit where strategically it's not like? We're just waiting for something to happen. It's just you know it's just like hey you got you got your back okay. We've got you know we're good. Nathan Nathan doesn't carry. He double carries. I mean get it right. Does because he carries he carries twice in case. Someone else needs something. But you'll you'll like this comment from Donnie jets. He says we all take. We all take turns making fun of Andrew. We should do a show making fun of Andrew..

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"bandy" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"They're women I mean that's how they were talking as we're as we're leaving and so. Yeah that's it's a pretty racist group right something else. I wanted to bring up There's two points I want to draw your trump early. This is from out of earlier. You mentioned About Donald Trump. I've heard argument that No 'cause you mrs about Bush when it came to Katrina. This is a while back injury with how people blame. Bush for happiness of like that. We came to corona virus. I've heard people who made argument in this awkward. Spiracy that trump. They you know he could have. He could have blocked our borders protected America. But he didn't do it he didn't do it in time. Though in January. He did make an announcement that this is something we should do. You know he could have done it. He didn't do it. But trump did do is he was in Russia so he warned Putin and Putin closed his borders you therefore it had the least the numbers of cases and so therefore trump. He was trying to you know he did. All these to base causes chaos in America to get him reelected office. So you missed you. Missed one part of that. I don't know if you saw the recent one. China says that that trump created that this was trump got the army to create the virus and send it to China now. It was interesting as I asked to pass. I had where there's L- okay. Could you mentioned about Bush because the states have right right? So so trump gives. He says this what he wants to in January. He says okay this. We stop travel from China. Right. It didn't happen. He was called. It was called I Dunno vote because of the hat you know but then in in a press conference of recently he was questioned. He's a trump prayed. Mr President. Why didn't you do enough to protect our borders? And like I say this. Do you know it's crazy but this is America so he doesn't have he can't control all this but how was how was Russia rain? Russia isn't the same as America. Right am I am. I was thinking is Putin Putin well. He indicated that they don't have that anymore but he there isn't the same system of checks and balances so he doesn't have to go through Congress or or governors or things like that so and and here's the thing that really frustrates me. You know you can give me triggered now but when you look at the timeline. Let let you look at this timeline. Right trump ends up seeing that. There's this this virus he he asks Congress for special funding to go to. Cdc TO INTO START RESEARCHING CORONA virus. You know what Nancy Pelosi said. No we're not. We're not discussing it. Yet they waited a whole week before discussing and voting on that funding. What they had to vote. You know what's more important discussing flavored tobacco with the vaping? That was more important. Say spent a week discussing that. Okay and then they deal with this and when he closed the border and said no one from trend is coming in. Nancy Pelosi do. She goes to Chinatown and goes. He's being racist against asian-americans he never mentioned Asian Americans he mentioned no one from China because there's a virus from China and she's going and saying everyone come out be outside insane even in early March with saying that trump was over blowing this and that people should be outside and and and gathering together so so even as early as March okay. So what are the Democrats doing? Where were they doing anything to stop this? No Pelosi sat there and did absolutely nothing when when they tried doing the funding bill. She flies in on her private jet from California. She's zooms in and says. Stop the bill. I want the green new deal in here. Okay we gotta do the green new deal. She blows that up for for half a week to week. They have the second one that day. Now did what happened. She holds out for week just as she can go. It was really the the Republicans in the Senate. They held it up It was on your desk. How do the Republicans? I mean the handed to her a week ago and somehow it's the Republicans fault that she didn't sign it. They've done nothing but sit there and go say oh. He didn't do enough. He knew he should've done more he should have done it sooner. Look and see wouldn't have saved more lives if he did something sooner. Wouldn't it be better if you blamed the place where this actually originated from? How about we blame the. Who who's who in February was still saying. It can't be transferred human-to-human how `Bout we blaming China? Who didn't tell us all of the facts of what was going on. They can the secret they were. They were killing the doctors who are whistle blowers then they kicked out the US press by. Let's not blame China. Let's continue to support the. Let's go with the Communist talking points in the media in every day if you watch briefings every day all it is is the communist talking points from China being thrown at the president. And I gotTa tell you. Today was the funniest because he's just like he looks at the woman from CNN. He goes he says. I'm not taking your fake news. You're you're not always says it everyday calls them fake news. Because I'm not taking a question from Ukraine who goes he goes your fake news. And she says something and it's like he just goes. He's like trying to escort and she's like just shouting over in the other person talking so he just sits there goes like shakes his head and then when she's done she he goes. Okay next question. Do you think nor her just ignored her. And here's this. Here's do you know that this is another thing. Pelosi's do do you know that. Pelosi has started an investigation into Donald Trump's handling of the corona virus. They're starting the Nixon impeachment. They're looking in to see whether he mishandled. What did she do nothing? She got in the way every time he had to do it by executive order. Because she wouldn't work with him she wouldn't she wouldn't let. Congress do what they were supposed to do so he had to do by executive order. Why didn't he do it right away because he was trying to do it? The proper way through Congress and she was delaying. So who do we blame? We should blame her. We should blame China. We should blame you. Who that WHO should ask. What does it have to do with being woke like this? What you now. Definition woke is being aware of injustices and according to the conspiracy. Then trump has committed a grave injustice against his own country. The country that he's supposed to be protecting and the acerbic he's he's purposely. Allowed this virus come in and not only people but a fait black and brown people you know. And it's his fault. Close a border there. So He's evil as the most the most wicked wicked because he's working he's letting states from have the rights to to make decisions he's the ask every day in the briefings ask them. Why don't you use this this? You know the Congress gave him power to just demand companies to manufacture things into demand the states to do the and he's not doing it and their shelf set over that and he's like. I don't need to him working with them and the left. Is there wacked? My wife and I will watch a half an hour a day. Usually routine at navy relaxed. Watch some news and and and you know just amazing at the agenda that's there and the blindness to hatred the the agenda You WanNa push is truth is a commodity to be sold and twisted reminds me of of Lucifer in genesis three. Did God really say the initial questioning the very nature truth and this is what we have a problem with. And they're very powerful. You GotTa do something about it but yeah it's in fact. Oh I tell you the story. This is a true story about the news media I don't trust them. I just you buddy in college. I don't trust them Is this your buddy in college and Seminary Seminar? Yeah this is so I was in seminary and graduated in nineteen ninety one and it was a friend of mine. A White Guy who was from South Africa and apartheid rights were happening and he told me what happened the night before he's watching the apartheid rights and lo and behold it south after you recognize the street corner where his brother is living. It is going to happen. You know he goes. Oh my goodness hope. He's okay he calls them up. Said Are you okay and it better said? What are you talking about? The riots is let rights the rights outside on the corner right there. Look out your window and he goes. There's nothing out there so the news said it was live riots. And he's talking to his brother live in South Africa and it was an invented false story. The broader told him two months ago. They had a little gathering disturbance people. It wasn't you call it a riot but they call it a a protest about something. They use that film to create a false narrative. Yeah wow comes to mind suited up North Dakota's and and let critical race theory class As a janitor or primary now when class preach we add? They're trying to get us to become woke and the video that you try showing US wise for London reasons by the racism. Mrs Said America is because when it comes to retail stores retail store. Pick on black people at trump's a shoplifting. Therefore racism exists in America. You know I watched cops. They'd have a great disgracing intro. Dave a White Guy. Running out of a story gets tackled by a white cop and the whole bit. I mean. They're all over him like a monkey on. Cupcakes is ripping them apart. It was great to see. But yeah they're the ones who did so in In Area Mason as interview. Dila with and those who who who mason is. He's He's a pastor of L. elements insurance. Just not name fishers. Yeah he's he's Arben Pasadena. Community often I WANNA say thank. Where's that place? I WanNa say the day I would have said The city he's in anyway. He's passed look past the Mason. He wrote he's also a church but he mentioned in an interview. He was discussing about the book and Act Racism. Or an act of this His wife originally this stuff like that in this injustice. Is You walk into a store. And they don't spill say hello. It'll speak a mug. You they get they look at you watching what you're doing you know you're you're shopping in the store or whatever and they just watching you you know. And that is the type of justice because you're a distorted assuming because you're black that you're going to be stealing something or it could be defended had history of of break-ins robberies in there watching everybody who walks in and he just happened to meet their glands. So if we wait so you're you're saying that that Matt actually is in has been suffering from injustice because whenever met in I enter into a restaurant. I'm looking at him that way. I mean when Matt when we're in a restaurant. I'm a mugging rach the term. I didn't know the term for it. They're mugging Matt. I'm sitting here. Yeah See. I'm watching what he's doing and there's a reason I have to. Because he may he may try to pay for a meal. See the best part of this is. He doesn't even here this part because he's busy talking to his way. So Hey Lou. We'll give him that one again later. But KUMBLE PLACES. I've many problems with trump but thank God for trump and this is actually what a lot of people feel key. Can you picture of? Hillary was president during. I mean just picture like president. Hillary Clinton like right during this virus. I mean he thinks she can handle this. Well Matt you you you miss something you were talking to need. We discovered that you you suffer injustice at my hands my hands because you know. Jamal was talking about me mercilessly. Oh yes okay. So this is what happens. This is what happens if I'm like if I'm having a bad day or I'm stressed or having problems. I Call Matt for for Advice Right. He doesn't give advice. He just insult me over and over relentlessly until I forget the problem you laughing because there's so much truth with the material you'd have.

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"bandy" Discussed on Apologetics Live

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12:01 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"Gas in the breaker also on the right side of the road. I right right side. I'm left-footed as well. So it's like man those carbon actress man. We'll see you unique unique to live in England and read Hebrew. That's that's the conclusion. It's not privileged so you because you're right handed privileged. You probably can't rate with a fountain pen because you'd be smearing it as you right. Yeah see so. But here's the dilemma. With this because there's one thing you have to understand with WHOA KNESS and social logic need not apply. Okay I mean because you can you can and and I think Jamal you might have said this. It doesn't matter what the facts are. This is a feeling based belief. It's not a thinking based belief and this is the frustrating thing with them because it doesn't matter what you say they can ignore all of your logic for what they feel like like Matt feels. He should be able to buy me a meal. He just logically. Can't we'll get to outsmart. It'd be admit several times but I'd be saw the text I just wrote to you a road in their Jamaal. I'd love to see her ear research in your stats on that Stuff sometime you know just Because it sounds interesting what you do you do the kind of thing I do. You know research and right and I love to go in and look and see it surprising what you find and their thing. I think is really a serious problem in America. Is The news media. That's a problem man on my radio show talked about politics. Listen the news. Media's not a problem journalists are not the problem you know what the problem is on. There aren't any journalists anymore. They're all activists right here. They're all Commie Pinko Wacko Marxist socialist guys with agendas. I wish the man Meteo could he felt the media doesn't the media's part of the problem because what it does is it foments racism if only prejudices prejudice it's and supports Anger coveting. It does all kinds of stuff if they did what you did. Jamal and gay the statistics. I say you a black guy on The News say CNN leftist CNN interview. Well what would happen to you? You know you'd be mocked ridiculed. You can't be right and even though you had the facts facts don't matter but matters is the agenda and I want to know what's going on that. There's such an agenda that people are are so inclined to produce and and in key informant racism hatred. Prejudices why are they doing this? The news media does it on purpose. They do. I like in the case of that The boy who's a bystander. Got Hooks caught destroyed but basically the bullet that was meant for the suspect because the suspect was not just the thing. The suspect that police was going to get was armed. He had a gun and he he draw. He drew on the police officer which caused him to fire in the first place so he was armed. The one who got shot was unarmed. But how the media twisted it is dead another another. You know media articles on the US West unarmed black unarmed black man killed by police. Big Headline White Police say white or disbelief police. Because odds about police brutality at this point and then you get but you look at the The article is gives police officers name. And who is You know he's a white man so that just fees into the narrative it it doesn't matter they don't give details that he was just there. You know small print. You GotTa know what was going on letters. That's what people focus on the headline. We'll see it's all. It's all in the headlines. I mean you can read these headlines than you read the rest of the story and it's like it doesn't say it's like Click Bait. My wife and I were just seeing today that there was this guy that you know. He's he's Got Arrested. He basically was Giving a security guard a hard time and the security guard called the police and when he realized he was GONNA go back to prison. He literally said he decided he was going to kill as many white people as he could so he pulled out a gun and firing at white people and he said he wanted to kill as many white people as he could that was they even had him on court at the court and he's sitting there and they're like you know did you. WanNa way people. Yes you know. And it was like I'd you're you're not having protests about that you know what because that's a good thing to say because you know if. I hear that I'm not GonNa think let's all black people are like that. I don't think that but my question is how many black people think that will white people are all racist is that predominant in the culture at all or my just. I just don't know because it most most. Yes because the thing is is interesting early enough. Experience is based off experience thing and I've had people like this is like because they've experiences. Why is this racism from White Person? They may have a legit. I mean my dad. He spares racism job. He did He he worked at a factor. Well he was doing manufacturing work of We'll carpentry work. And he went on the job and who's white owned and he gets his job dad. He's wisely it's money. He saves just days where he bought them a truck. He had this this brandon truck. Ain't the nicest trump the place. Well they started treating him differently. The the owner the new people need they start treating them differently. Monday going to. They fired him eventually and he was able to win in court of law suit because they were Being prejudiced tourism. How out of date? Because he seemed like he had more than they did. And you know they're gonNA make they pay him more than what he should have been paying. You know. Not just politics happened either but he experienced that because he's he won the case but now he's always had to stay there so they're saying because it is but this is one of the drops in a book and it makes him even more feel like say you just can't trust why people you know the white just delayed let's see there's a fallacy of logic called the Fallacy of division. Where the engine of the car is blue. There for the whole car is blow it's a logical fallacy so one white person was prejudiced against him so I'll why people are prejudice against them. That's the call the fallacy. I understand emotional Attachment that we can have been. I used to be chased to believe it or not. This isn't really compare but this is the closest I can compare to. I have no interest in sports and I moved twenty six times before I was twelve years old. Well my last name is slick as bucktoothed super skinny and had long hair and all this in or short hair because my dad was in the military and well we got out into civilian life The people I learned to hate where white people who watch sports if it was a white person to watch sports those with the bad people. I don't see it didn't matter if it was black people or Asian people. That watch sports were okay. It was only the white sports people who I learned to hate and distrust and took literally took years to get over that prior realized well. It's it's not you know. It's not everybody but I understand. I don't that's a good enough comparison but but I understand what it means to. You know you'd things happen and you latch onto it and it does take work to get rid of that void that mindset with the one good thing that came out of all of that is i. Don't watch sports. Well you know. I grew up in a town that was there was there was a section of town. The town next next door. That was more Jewish. But where I happen to to live. It wasn't and they had. We had people that were doing stuff we you know. I was getting picked on all all because of of my judy until I got to high school when I got to high school I was able to. There were other Jewish kids and so then there was someone else team you know grew up with but until I was in high school. Yeah I you know. We had gone picked on being the only Jewish family in the area in. Yeah but that didn't mean that. I assumed everyone every Roman Catholic is it. Owes me something you You put up a comment from humble clay about races of definitely exists in on every side now won't read read the whole quote for from humble place it folks who are listening okay so humble. Clay says racism definitely exists on every side and stupid and wrong. But it's also an agenda for some now the point. I wanted to bring out as a black you with. Somebody will say can't be racist because racism is based off an attitude is offer status. You gotta you gotTa have a status and that brings on the attitude you know so because black people don't have the status that white people do. We can't be racist. Literal arguments arguments made offer this. This is something heart you define you. Excellent to define. How can you define with us? Somebody's racist and I would would behaviors are shown and give the behaviors how they act. And isn't it there okay? Can you do that with Monday? Without money Y- okay so it ain't back I'll status is is behavior is attitude you know says so therefore a black person can be racist and are some are racists but but then then we have you have them redefine racism right. I mean this is this. This is what I find. So frustrating is racism keeps getting changed every year to fit. Your racism was when someone is being treated a certain way because of the color of their skin then it became someone. That doesn't it's underprivileged and that's why you can't you know a a black man can't be a racist because they don't have their underprivileged now. It's you know if you don't hate trump you're racist you know if you if you vote for trump you know you're you're racist but you know it's it's it really is it's a changing definition to where it becomes meaningless. Chris you're gonNA say something. I was bring out another couple of examples to come down city. And there's a mystery preachers are audible. Churches that Adam apartment network with and in like dental city. There's a place for In the summertime or whatnot Onto their message or whatnot now personally Just recently moved down to Oklahoma but From people my network or whatnot. They've interacted with them and even like the races. Transfrom from the blacks utilites like creatures. Yeah Yeah I have. I've done some podcasts. With the black on black and one of them we actually. I actually played the clips of when we walked away. We got the video from those guys and I mean when we were leaving them. You WanNA talk about racism. And they're they're like can't wait for the race riots starts. We can start popping these crackers and slaven them and raping..

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10:49 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"Know it's just like wow. That happened to get through. You know we've got a border thing but Jamaa. Gabby you did an episode though you did an episode on your podcast where you went through crimes of people who were black and actually you. You know you should actually get that those stats over to Matt and put that up on Karm because that would that actually should be up there but matt what he did was he went through all the stats of everybody. Who is a WHO is All the different races of people all the issues of where you had a black man killed the even went through all the ones where black man was killed by whites and it was like like there is accident there was like and he just broke them down. I think it came down to like one or two of them that were actually a hate crime. You had like in the year the year two thousand nine hundred at the time. It was like nine hundred or so cases where Police had to use deadly force. And they you know. It's funny that this came from all I want to say it was the Washington Post which is which is mostly liberal but they tried to so basically big huge number and say oh the comey people that police are killing the every year you know but you but they got him individual they got individual cases on it and you can feel them out and so. I took the filter and I was okay. Well the issue is always unarmed. Black Man so let me let me look up people who were unarmed who did not flee today then Russ they can't say oh because they ran that's why they shot like notice. I didn't run and then you had So you had the ages. Okay look at young people you know. No ages between teens and twenties or so look at all that it in Unarmed no weapon at all that stuff and then men you know the cause in our community please. Targeted black men more than women. So it's just like man so I mean I want to look at and when board down to it was three three cases you know unarmed where they didn't flee there was no car chases. Nothing there was no fleeing. They were unarmed. They were between the ages of four of you. A teenager was like fourteen which was accidental. So three was In the twenties and up and one of the cases was one was killed. A police officer shot he was aiming for someone else. He was aiming for another suspect but the suspect he was aiming for dodged and he hit a bystander who is basically with the By a person who is their win the suspect it took him out there was they showed you the news articles on win with those cases. And so you pull the news article and it was showing how people were protesting for justice for that That young man who was killed but it was like it was an accident. You know. He wasn't the he wasn't the intended target. He would just wrong place at the wrong time. And things like that happen and in And also I wanted to look cases where there was no body Cam. You know saying there was nobody camps. Oh you know just everything everything could say. There's some kind of conspiracy that has no cameras. No no this is the third and But yeah it cannot have three cases but was interesting was I did the same thing and I looked at white people the cases for whites and it was more it was more of white people can kill more white man around the same age as unarmed not fleeing things who are being killed police officers you know and even within the case individual cases. It wasn't like they hated each other. You had one case where a man was Please coming to get him and he attacked him. He was unharmed but he was attacking them and he was. He was getting beaten him and he had no defend themselves. Please say use deadly force and you know that's what happened you know so the white me wasn't a black case. It was the white man who got killed. You know trying to fight. He's always say people be saying I've heard people say this. I don't mean to go on his long ramp but I've heard people say oh if a if a white man did the same thing let me India Angle. Do they go? They go on to beat him up taking jail. They will kill him right now. This this guy lost his life. You know attack in our you know more than life you know. And so Yeah it's it's just so disheartening. Because it's like these things are not true but like you say it may and I liked what you said is brainwashing because more you see it is it just can getting fair to you and fancy wedding fair to you and and anybody comes with any sense even with status and like. Oh staff can't be right. That can't be the truth and it's like what more can you say at that point? You know like we got facts. And what more can you do? You know what fourteen percent of the American population is black. Well what's the percentage of people in jail who are black well take a percentage of the people who are in the country and percentage and then if there's a problem or is not an equality so to speak well then what's the reason and it's worth examining and looking and then you try and solve things but as you were talking about that stuff? I don't know if you know this but you know what it means to be swatted. They call the police. Yeah I was swatted last year awhile and so I ended up. You know the police. I mean open my front door. Someone called up my my name's Matt Slick. I just shot and killed my wife boom cops everywhere guns out. Open the door. That are pointed at me you know. They're yelling at me. Hands up in the air walk backwards. All this stuff you know handcuffing. Put me in the car. The whole thing and I wasn't worried and the reason I wasn't worried just because there wasn't any color I was. It was my attitude. She they said do this do it. You know I mean these guys head. Ar Fifteen glocks acceder cons. Where I got close. They had guns on them and they're armed and finger on the triggers. My hands are up in the air. I did exactly what they said when they said it. No problem at all and you know when I get stopped by a COP Disguise don't know who I am. They don't care what color I am. Do I have a gun AM I. Did I just rob somebody? I kill somebody that I do this or do that. They're going to treat everybody the same way the same procedures so what I do is I turn. Nitra my light on inside the car. Roll the windows down. Both sides put my keys on top of the Dash. And take my and put my hands like this. You know on the steering wheel so my hands and my fingers are exposed and I do this literally every single time. How many times you get pulled over. Actually oh twice a day which so I get about once every two years and so and they come up and and I don't. I don't go looking for my driver's license. I don't go looking for anything my car. They don't n- not because I want my rights. Now they don't know who I am or what my attitude is or if I'm armed or not or anything. I'm just doing this. And then when they tell me to look for something carry carry a gun and my gun is next to my my wallet and there and it hasn't happened yet but I would say you know okay. my wallet is next to my weapon which is loaded. I say condition three. I just want you to know that when I leave you know if there's anybody there is no not at all and what they'll do they'll tell you what to do and you just follow it and and that's it and I've even gotten a ticket before and said of the COP egg officer. I want to thank you for doing your job now. Do you really WanNa Blow. Cops mind do that kind of thing. You do not doesn't mean that something bad can't happen but it's certainly restraint lowers the project. Put yourself in their position. They don't know who you are. Just be cool. Things will work out. You know one of the things. Matt go ahead while trying to say two things one and you just basically just enor- your privileged seeing. You chose not to all you gotta do. Is this laid back just back when it come up? Yeah what happened with Blackhawks? Then you gotta be. We have to BLACKTOP CHERYL BLACKHAWKS. And He'd do everything you just I do. I do everything Matt says except for one thing that I'd do different I can't say officer I I'm carrying. I live in New Jersey Acute Dangers. I have my weapons. I just can't take out of the house unless you're not carrying almost say look. Let's drive the store right now. You've got to eat a gun. Yeah Oh it's awesome the me and we got. We got someone coming in Chris so welcome Chris. How're you doing questions forced tonight? Shot of the topic was on like the Social Justice Sort of south. Actually like a precept question in regards to that on I know like I'm Dr. So that's Rose Bilking. Also unlike the what do what do they believe? But I read before that when it comes to proper what shown inconsistency what Within a certain world now that shows how to be false. And I'm Leah Out. I want to get strategic value of this would be a valid Validly come reason why the whole social print stuffed On really out. So I'm I'm left handed so I'm just GonNa come Craig Leptin Theory If I coined term like that yeah sure. Here's here's Guys that could we curiousness suggested. I used to joking manner but at the same time to show how critical theory is really is nonsense. Her example instead of white privilege that social justice people use US right privilege suffering for example. English obviously As reading left to right for me whenever I write your whatnot something things just like when you get like the on the bottom of the hand your whatnot that Pencil or whatnot. And that is like those. The blood in English language man. They're they're so against people or an America for example after drive on the right side of the road and vehicles gas in the breaker also on the right side of the road. I right right side. I'm left-footed as well. So it's like man those carbon actress man. We'll see you unique unique to live in England and read Hebrew. That's that's the conclusion. It's not.

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14:09 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"To white supremacists. Laws Stu the denial of voting rights to all the ways both large and small off all of them evil. All of them were all for all the oppression. And all of the testing I apologize. Please forgive US Williamson. You are the one who gets an approval from the. Walt brought the leading of prayer of all your white people apologize to my black.

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14:34 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"People being held back literally told they can't read they should not read and if and if a white person was called. Taina teach a person how to read and they were flawed. You know as we have in place you know but today people can work hard you can work hard and then leave behind something you know but see you know. I could be a lot of a lot of black people you know. They're not Muslim black. Everybody we're all selfish. You know what I'm saying like more for ourselves. You know we want to know build up my own stuff and not really think about leaving something aside you know gotta spend now we battle with those kind of things you know but people. There are those who haven't done that aid. They store up their wise. You know they store related supposed to. They have a goal in mind and bit children benefit from the grandchildren and benefit from it. So it's not that in fact I do just privilege people's somebody before. They worked hard to make sure they set aside for them. And there's nothing wrong with that. That's the state can't fix that in. No unless they take from them into give to take from the rich and give to the poor like Robin who it. Well actually no. That's a misunderstanding of robinhood. There's actually use robinhood and depending on which view you have. Actually it gets interesting because depending on which view it it really does reveal a lot. Robin Hood technically stole from the government. Who's stealing from people? So the government was taking from poor people and would robin hood was actually doing with stealing from the government. Who is Robin the poor people and giving it back to the poor so it's actually quite interesting. Always found it. Funny you can look at a Robin Hood and see how people re- change the story to fit a narrative that they want into saying that he stole from the rich interests deal from the rich he stole from the government when they were overtaxing people to where they the people had no food and so he was stealing from the government to give it back to the people who are working for that money for some reason governments. Don't like to have that view of it but the thing is is that yeah I mean. I think that we end up seeing. This is nothing new. I mentioned before we went on air. A there's a man Jacob Coxoni. He was born in one thousand nine hundred in eighteen fifty four in Ohio and he was really the first of the Social Justice Warriors. He was a a very wealthy man. He worked hard. Did it had a very successful business. But he saw a disparity between the money he had and what he could do and there were people who who didn't have the education couldn't get good jobs. They didn't have as much so in eighteen ninety four. He started the first ever protests in Washington. Dc and he protested. It really was the first social justice movement it he and the first protest and he had been. He was pushing to say somehow. It's unfair that someone like him could have money and someone else doesn't but the problem is is. There's there's your this idea of trying to fix to fix things in the past year like we get you know the the the woke moment would say that someone like me must have an intrinsic racism. Because I'm white and I'm guilty of slavery and right and yet I've I've never own slaves. My family never owned slaves. We COME FROM RUSSIAN ROMANIA. In fact our families were slaves in Nazi Germany. In one thousand nine hundred forty s African Americans were were slaves much longer. There's no one living today. That was a slave from the African slave trade. I mean no one and instead of you know. I've asked this of some folks like okay. You say that that all whites oh you for the slave slavery would you want to return to Africa right now pick up leave and go back to your homeland and it's amazing because I've never had a single African American. Tell me they WANNA do that. Okay then you should be glad you have privilege your your ancestors. What they went through is horrible but you you got the privilege of it in living here than some of Africa's what is set them back. I think there's some Africans I would say they'll trade places with them. They would much rather come here and say you you you you go back. You don't appreciate what you have there in America. You know. There's actually now more African Americans that are from Africa. Then we're born here in America. There's been enough. People have come in here for migrating from Africa than were born for the slave trade. When you look at the ancestry. Yeah that just happened. This year tells you that there's a lot of people that are want to be here now. Some of them have to give me my. My Wife's family gave up a lot to be able to be in America. My my father in law had a very good Business he was he had The was in the newspaper business and he had you know made good money there. His his father was actually before Mao came in was A. They called him a tribesman but he was like a a governor of type him. He's a very wealthy. He actually had to flee when Mao came into had come into power. And you know but anyway the the thing. That happened my my father-in-law gave up his career. He and he and my brother-in-law came to America. Worked for year leaving his family behind and struggled to make ends meet so that they could get enough money to bring the rest of the Family. My wife her sisters and my mother-in-law over and when they came over it they didn't have anything they all worked. I mean when they were old enough to work they worked in a factory and they they worked and they struggled but now a generation later they they can reap some of the rewards of their parents suffering. The parents didn't have it easy and their parents never really had a lot but they sacrifice for their children now in the case with the African slave trade. They didn't have a choice in that. We recognize that there is benefit that comes to the generations afterwards. I had a guy that we interviewed on my podcast a long long time ago. And he had said he you know he's African American. He said you know he's grateful that his you know that he is able to be born in America. He knows his his ancestor. Didn't have it easy. But because of their suffering he is able to receive the benefits of that I don't think there's enough people that have the perspective of saying. Let me compare myself to other people around the world and say do I have it pretty good instead of saying well? I think I deserve more and I deserve what others have. That really is a heartbeat of being woke. Is that somehow? If someone doesn't have what someone else has. It's somehow unfair. It's injustice now you can you. Can you explain that a bit? Some of the mindset of that of this unjust injustice at to appeal half is is just that it has to be what we talked about earlier. And it seems to me when it comes to this Conversation with woke. This is a big circle. You find yourself going back round and round again. This is very circular this. Oh Oh assumed that everybody's supposed to have this is is we're supposed to have the same. You know if you want true equality. There will always have the same if you make X. amount of dollars attribute X. Amount of dollars if we're doing the same thing you no matter you have more experience than I do or any kind of stuff is the fact that we doing the same thing therefore we should make the same or have the same. If you have a big house you have five bedrooms. I should better get a five bedroom house to. You may have put more money down. You may have had the the capital but hey I should be an issue the affordable to me. If I make less than you do I still get that same five bedroom house and pay what I can pay for it. You know. I mean that's what it's supposed to be because we're equal. We have the same the same kind of not come to the car and everything else. Everything is just assumed. Navy's preconceived notions is interesting. I was doing a review on prescribed to dillon with Martin Luther King at one point In his communist background and He did a servant called. Is it wrong for Christians to be a communist to for Christians to be a communist or to To believe in communism something like that. And and his his sermon or speech. I should say he will mostly trying to basically say that we shouldn't be a communist in sense of Back then when Communism wanted wanted equality by any means necessary whether athletic gear the way that it's still get 'cause maybe Bodey should want you know they all want the same things whereas Martin King saying that we should all have the same but we shouldn't have to lie and steal to get to it but we should have the same. There should be no different classes. We shall be one class in. So that's what he's pushing for it. So he said he said in his speech. I won't rest until every black person is making the same. He knows he can't rest until we're making the same but yet whitestone make the same. I mean I don't make the same. As other people logic falls. This is where the logic everything's Falcons Week and look at all that a final comb but we're going to go back to a majority so yeah something about special about you. Why people that don't make the same somebody else you know. All y'all the exception but not the rule. The rule is y'all got to be sheer. Have the best in the ups and everything and it don't matter that no matter there are poor white people that exist. Who can't you can't get a leg up. It doesn't matter. The fact is the majority of the why people got it made. But it's the opposite for the black community you have. The you may have exceptions. We have some black people who are doing pretty good got wealth and everything else but the majority of the black people are poor in the can't afford anything. Let's see Barack. Obama has an a twelve million dollar home in Martha's Vineyard one point six million dollar home in Chicago and a eight million dollar home in DC. So I guess he's he's doing pretty good. I'm not even close to that. He's an exception. Yeah yeah all all basketball players? Football PLAYERS EXCEPTION TO USE FOR THEIR BODIES. Definitely got big at the money you know. There's some people made the argument that even even those who play sports a basically just a slave to the to the AARP because white men are sizing them up taking measurements. Get the bigger pass. You know the most athletic one to play on their team. You know. There's a white man who are owning the franchises as a black man who are playing even though there are some whites as major playing yeah..

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"People being held back literally told they can't read they should not read and if and if a white person was called. Taina teach a person how to read and they were flawed. You know as we have in place you know but today people can work hard you can work hard and then leave behind something you know but see you know. I could be a lot of a lot of black people you know. They're not Muslim black. Everybody we're all selfish. You know what I'm saying like more for ourselves. You know we want to know build up my own stuff and not really think about leaving something aside you know gotta spend now we battle with those kind of things you know but people. There are those who haven't done that aid. They store up their wise. You know they store related supposed to. They have a goal in mind and bit children benefit from the grandchildren and benefit from it. So it's not that in fact I do just privilege people's somebody before. They worked hard to make sure they set aside for them. And there's nothing wrong with that. That's the state can't fix that in. No unless they take from them into give to take from the rich and give to the poor like Robin who it. Well actually no. That's a misunderstanding of robinhood. There's actually use robinhood and depending on which view you have. Actually it gets interesting because depending on which view it it really does reveal a lot. Robin Hood technically stole from the government. Who's stealing from people? So the government was taking from poor people and would robin hood was actually doing with stealing from the government. Who is Robin the poor people and giving it back to the poor so it's actually quite interesting. Always found it. Funny you can look at a Robin Hood and see how people re- change the story to fit a narrative that they want into saying that he stole from the rich interests deal from the rich he stole from the government when they were overtaxing people to where they the people had no food and so he was stealing from the government to give it back to the people who are working for that money for some reason governments. Don't like to have that view of it but the thing is is that yeah I mean. I think that we end up seeing. This is nothing new. I mentioned before we went on air. A there's a man Jacob Coxoni. He was born in one thousand nine hundred in eighteen fifty four in Ohio and he was really the first of the Social Justice Warriors. He was a a very wealthy man. He worked hard. Did it had a very successful business. But he saw a disparity between the money he had and what he could do and there were people who who didn't have the education couldn't get good jobs. They didn't have as much so in eighteen ninety four. He started the first ever protests in Washington. Dc and he protested. It really was the first social justice movement it he and the first protest and he had been. He was pushing to say somehow. It's unfair that someone like him could have money and someone else doesn't but the problem is is. There's there's your this idea of trying to fix to fix things in the past year like we get you know the the the woke moment would say that someone like me must have an intrinsic racism. Because I'm white and I'm guilty of slavery and right and yet I've I've never own slaves. My family never owned slaves. We COME FROM RUSSIAN ROMANIA. In fact our families were slaves in Nazi Germany. In one thousand nine hundred forty s African Americans were were slaves much longer. There's no one living today. That was a slave from the African slave trade. I mean no one and instead of you know. I've asked this of some folks that you say that that all whites. Oh you for the slave slavery. Would you want to return to Africa right now? Pick up leave and go back to your homeland and it's amazing because I've never had a single African American. Tell me they WANNA do that. Okay then you should be glad you have privilege your your ancestors. What they went through is horrible but you you got the privilege of it in living here than some of Africa's what is set them back. I think there's some Africans I would say they'll trade places with them. They would much rather come here and say you you you you go back. You don't appreciate what you have there in America. You know. There's actually now more African Americans that are from Africa. Then we're born here in America. There's been enough. People have come in here for migrating from Africa than were born for the slave trade. When you look at the ancestry. Yeah they that just happened. This year tells you that there's a lot of people that are want to be here now. Some of them have to give me my. My Wife's family gave up a lot to be able to be in America. My my father in law had a very good Business he was he had The was in the newspaper business and he had you know made good money there. His his father was actually before Mao came in was A. They called him a tribesman but he was like a a governor of type him. He's a very wealthy. He actually had to flee when Mao came into had come into power. And you know but anyway the the thing. That happened my my father-in-law gave up his career. He and he and my brother-in-law came to America. Worked for year leaving his family behind and struggled to make ends meet so that they could get enough money to bring the rest of the Family. My wife her sisters and my mother-in-law over and when they came over it they didn't have anything they all worked. I mean when they were old enough to work they worked in a factory and they they worked and they struggled but now a generation later they they can reap some of the rewards of their parents suffering. The parents didn't have it easy and their parents never really had a lot but they sacrifice for their children now in the case with the African slave trade. They didn't have a choice in that. We recognize that there is benefit that comes to the generations afterwards. I had a guy that we interviewed on my podcast a long long time ago. And he had said he you know he's African American. He said you know he's grateful that his you know that he is able to be born in America. He knows his his ancestor. Didn't have it easy. But because of their suffering he is able to receive the benefits of that I don't think there's enough people that have the perspective of saying. Let me compare myself to other people around the world and say do I have it pretty good instead of saying well? I think I deserve more and I deserve what others have. That really is a heartbeat of being woke. Is that somehow? If someone doesn't have what someone else has. It's somehow unfair it's injustice. Yeah you can you. Can you explain that a bit? Some of the mindset of that of this unjust injustice at to appeal half is is just that it has to be what we talked about earlier. And it seems to me when it comes to this Conversation with woke. This is a big circle. You find yourself going back round and round again. This is very circular this. Oh Oh assumed that everybody's supposed to have this is is we're supposed to have the same. You know if you want true equality. There will always have the same if you make X. amount of dollars attribute X. Amount of dollars if we're doing the same thing you no matter you have more experience than I do or any kind of stuff is the fact that we doing the same thing therefore we should make the same or have the same. If you have a big house you have five bedrooms. I should better get a five bedroom house to. You may have put more money down. You may have had the the capital but hey I should be an issue the affordable to me. If I make less than you do I still get that same five bedroom house and pay what I can pay for it. You know. I mean that's what it's supposed to be because we're equal. We have the same the same kind of not come to the car and everything else. Everything is just assumed. Navy's preconceived notions is interesting. I was doing a review on prescribed to dillon with Martin Luther King at one point In his communist background and He did a servant called. Is it wrong for Christians to be a communist to for Christians to be a communist or to To believe in communism something like that. And and his his sermon or speech. I should say he will mostly trying to basically say that we shouldn't be a communist in sense of Back then when Communism wanted wanted equality by any means necessary whether athletic gear the way that it's still get 'cause maybe Bodey should want you know they all want the same things whereas Martin King saying that we should all have the same but we shouldn't have to lie and steal to get to it but we should have the same. There should be no different classes. We shall be one class in. So that's what he's pushing for it. So he said he said in his speech. I won't rest until every black person is making the same rest until we're making the same but yet whitestone make the same. I mean I don't make the same. As other people logic falls. This is where the logic. Everything's Falcon look at all that a final comb but we're going to go back to a majority so yeah something about special about you. Why people that don't make the same somebody else you know. All y'all the exception but not the rule. The rule is y'all got to be sheer. Have the best in the ups and everything and it don't matter that no matter there are poor white people that exist. Who can't you can't get a leg up. It doesn't matter. The fact is the majority of the why people got it made. But it's the opposite for the black community you have. The you may have exceptions. We have some black people who are doing pretty good got wealth and everything else but the majority of the black people are poor in the can't afford anything. Let's see Barack. Obama has an a twelve million dollar home in Martha's Vineyard one point six million dollar home in Chicago and a eight million dollar home in DC. So I guess he's he's doing pretty good. I'm not even close to that. He's an exception. Yeah yeah all all basketball players? Football PLAYERS EXCEPTION TO USE FOR THEIR BODIES. Definitely got big at the money you know. There's some people made the argument that even even those who play sports a basically just a slave to the to the AARP because white men are sizing them up taking measurements. Get the bigger pass. You know the most athletic one to play on their team. You know. There's a white man who are owning the franchises as a black man who are playing even though there are some whites as major playing..

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13:57 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"Been another message brother Jamaa all right so we got up we so okay. We got to tell the story. This is James Hollies. Where did you find this guy? James has got to go to to prescribe truth on Youtube. Look up the prescribe the woke brother episodes. It's whole playlist. There's seven of them now. Well actually six one. Is You just responding to me playing it? But I figured that's a good way to explain what what woke Mrs Seattle Prescribe Truth. Guy Is but he be finding my video and getting me to come on his show to tell you the truth is y'all just try to make fun of my sister a courtes- when we tell you something they're going to come to our doorstep because of the white people going to bring us the food because serve us the black and brown communities because that would us about it. Don't worry about the money that she making. She can make money. Because that's a part of her. I guess that'd be Brown Miss. Yeah because she's brought her brownless best new blackness but she's not that brand. She's Brown enough. This is going to be so hard to keep a straight face to that so you had done You're done these a series of them. You start you had the first one that you did was a message to awoke brother and you had some reaction to that. This was this is one of the when I first got to to hear of podcast and I think the very first episode was you do before you did the second one and you were you. Were telling about how some people didn't know you were you. Were doing a parody. And they took serious and people were upset with you for for misrepresenting. Whoa kness should just tell us about that. I I call from both. Is those those who know me was saying that I was over exaggerating saying mischaracterizing the woke agenda and woke idea? But then those who didn't know me Thought I was racist. I had a guy literally come on my youtube channel. Lake Carson me. He's like you need to get up and do work the own work and I said Oh man charity I even had. We had a guy one of the guys. That's fellow podcast. Round the Christian podcast community had his his web. Developer went in developing the website and saw Christian. Podcast community wants to go check out to see who's associated with it and found your youtube channel at clicked on those episodes and he calls up. He's like you can't be hanging out with these guys. There's a totally believe in it that trip bs Obama. I think I happened to come on. And he was talking about the and I was like wow bringing it up and I was like. Wow that is so funny because it was I mean. It's so I try to be just a little bit. Overly too you know you should know is a parody because the idea is so there is things like for real well. You actually is believed when you when you listen to some. I mean you listen to. It could be believable because I mean she actually. I bet if we sent those videos too she priory tweeted and think it's real. Try that as an experiment. Okay so there may be folks that don't know what it means to be woke so let let us. Let's start there and again folks if anyone wants to come in whether you want to Whether you want to ask questions about being woken social justice or if you want to Talk about anything else. Just go to apologize live dot com and just join us and ask escalate but Jamal what well first off. You should introduce yourself. I should have started with that. Interest yourself your podcast and And then explain what woke Mrs so it was going on everybody. I'm Jamal Bandy hosts prescribe truth podcast also hosted a youtube channel called prescribe truth now. Basically what I seek to do is distribute the truth to this culture in our from the from a biblical Worldview Biblical. Amer form wherever you and So you start off of Youtube now. Came into podcast actually made it one year in podcast and so far so I'm very thankful that yes. All woke is being alert. If you have somebody give you a definition of what it is to be woke being alert to injustice just on a simple scale being alert. So that you're aware right because if you think about when you're awake you're aware and we asleep. You're not so those of us who are sleep because we're not aware of the injustices that are happening but those who are awake. They're they are aware of the injustices but specifically against black and Brown people not just injustice not injustice in general but injustice against black and Brown people and so. Yeah so we're not talking about in the past but today as today so There's a lot of debate. This is why a lot of us are accused of being sleep because a lot of us would disagree that there are certain injustices we all would agree that there are injustice do exist but in a degree of which allows in that area would call just as we would disagree. So yeah. I did a few videos. Critique Eric Mason. He came out with a book called. Woke Church and a few people did a critique of that eighty robe lists as one of at where America proverbial life. He did one Just just taking a book and I did a couple video on it as well and also did a a review of his interview on I can't think of the name of the pockets now. Lead in an interview basis discussing his book and talked about what woke is and displays some of the injustices that were given and it was just injustices as in like what the culture is doing to us as a one of the injustices gave not just let it go for now is fatherless-ness fatherless-ness in our homes in black and black and brown communities is an injustice. But it's it's it's an injustice not on the father who left or would be but it's on the justice of the state and only government white people are just one you know so just an may wonder one that I actually had I had a response. Who was when he talked about is an injustice when someone goes into get a loan and they can't get it so if a black man goes to get alone he can't get alone. Denisot justice because white ban can go in and get along and it's like there's so many holes in that you know you can take a mack truck but Anyway okay so so we end up seeing right off the bat it starts actually with its conclusion right. Woken is begging the question because it is you assume the thing you WANNA prove you assume that there is a racism and every white is racist. You assume that every black is going to be treated with injustice. I mean there's plenty of whites that don't get loans but you kidding. Yeah Yeah there are. Yeah I I know some. Yeah so the the reality though is that it's it's not because of color skin that people aren't getting loans typically it and actually. Here's an interesting thing that happened under Bill Clinton How the woke nece? You can affect things. The argument was as you just mentioned the example it was said that it was discriminatory to not give loans to African Americans that if they didn't get loans Somehow that was some injustice and therefore the banks were were forced by the government to give loans to people regardless of color. That couldn't pay them back because somehow they couldn't get alone it was discriminatory and so the banks being forced by the government to do loans had to start playing games with. How are they going to make this work? Because many of those loans people weren't paying back. They were defaulting on the banks. Were losing money on it. And so the government had an answer they created had their Fannie Mae Fannie Mac. Maybe you're familiar with that and then back in just before. Barack Obama became president toward the end of George Bush's term. We had the crash of this whole scheme that the mortgage companies were running but who forced him to run them. It was really the ideology of weakness of the idea that somehow people are discriminatory He had Bill Clinton actually had a number of things he He argued they. Argue is discriminatory for people in. There is a classified lab where they had technology like our nuclear technology and there was a Chinese spy who got into Get basic got into areas. He wasn't allowed to get to and the reason being is bill. Clinton found out that when you go into a classified lab where people are read into different departments you had to have badges that are color coded so that people knew whether you belong in that room or not and that was somehow discriminatory and so they remove that and here. This Chinese national was able he he. He was able to get a job in in in the first place but he shouldn't have been in the rooms. He was in but because they had no way of identifying he wasn't supposed to be there he was able to steal some technology and bring it back to China. Because that's how woke works. So this is there are people that take this very serious and I know I have someone who's related to someone in my church that is very much a social justice warrior and so and maybe I'll have him on sometime. We're GONNA we'll have a very entertaining Discussion but there's people that take this very serious You get attacked if you in in your position of not taking it serious. Why do you think that is well one? Because it's become a sense because I'm black so it should become assistant. I'll take you seriously I should And if I'm not taking this because obviously I don't care about black people I don't care about my own people you know. I'm sold out you know so to speak in And that's unfortunate as if it's so much in that man. I we have to assume like you said this earlier. Heaven to assume that everybody is being raised. Every situation is because of racism is best. That's exhausting this is awesome but also is that it is not built on any truth is a sumptious in black. People is interesting because we don't like to be assumed upon like if I'm I go out I don't want nobody assumed I'm all make it because I have dreadlocks. I don't want nobody assume that I'm automatically if I if I'm looking at some kind of way I WANNA buy. I think that You know I'm I'm hood or we'll see I. I assume I assume you're thug. Because you are what's wrong with that. Will you gotta get everybody that you talked about on the show? Don't beat me up. Never but we don't like that we don't like that ourselves but yet it's okay to assume this about another person though the human being in. Oh and because they say well no. We've been treated this way all our lives and all this time. I haven't been treated that way. I'm well familiar with with. History are understand what happened back then but it is where I think the beauty comes in and knowing what the truth as concerning the Gospel who got is all of this comes back to it. Ah presuppositions comeback to it if you know. The Bible says about men's hearts than it's understandable. What happened back then. It's like okay. This was a time where people were being this way and there may be somebody today who is racist and everything else but the where there is racism where there is sin. We deal with it but I can't just assume somebody's races because you can't see. Racism.

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13:57 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Been another message brother Jamaa all right so we got up we so okay. We got to tell the story. This is James Hollies. Where did you find this guy? James has got to go to to prescribe truth on Youtube. Look up the prescribe the woke brother episodes. It's whole playlist. There's seven of them now. Well actually six one. Is You just responding to me playing it? But I figured that's a good way to explain what what woke Mrs Seattle Prescribe Truth. Guy Is but he be finding my video and getting me to come on his show to tell you the truth is y'all just try to make fun of my sister a courtes- when we tell you something they're going to come to our doorstep because of the white people going to bring us the food because serve us the black and brown communities because that would us about it. Don't worry about the money that she making. She can make money. Because that's a part of her. I guess that'd be Brown Miss. Yeah because she's brought her brownless best new blackness but she's not that brand. She's Brown enough. This is going to be so hard to keep a straight face to that so you had done a series of them you start. You had the first one that you did was a message to awoke brother and you had some reaction to that. This was this is one of the when I first got to to hear of podcast and I think the very first episode was you do before you did the second one and you were you. Were telling about how some people didn't know you were you. Were doing a parody. And they took serious and people were upset with you for for misrepresenting. Whoa kness should just tell us about that. I I call from both. Is those those who know me was saying that I was over exaggerating saying mischaracterizing the woke agenda and woke idea? But then those who didn't know me Thought I was racist. I had a guy literally come on my youtube channel. Lake Carson me. He's like you need to get up and do work the own work and I said Oh man charity I even had. We had a guy one of the guys. That's fellow podcast. Round the Christian podcast community had his his web. Developer went in developing the website and saw Christian. Podcast community wants to go check out to see who's associated with it and found your youtube channel at clicked on those episodes and he calls up. He's like you can't be hanging out with these guys. There's a totally believe in it that trip bs Obama. I think I happened to come on. And he was talking about the and I was like wow bringing it up and I was like. Wow that is so funny because it was I mean. It's so I try to be just a little bit. Overly too you know you should know is a parody because the idea is so there is things like for real well. You actually is believed when you when you listen to some. I mean you listen to. It could be believable because I mean she actually. I bet if we sent those videos too she priory tweeted and think it's real. Try that as an experiment. Okay so there may be folks that don't know what it means to be woke so let let us. Let's start there and again folks if anyone wants to come in whether you want to Whether you want to ask questions about being woken social justice or if you want to Talk about anything else. Just go to apologize live dot com and just join us and ask escalate but Jamal what well first off. You should introduce yourself. I should have started with that. Interest yourself your podcast and And then explain what woke Mrs so it was going on everybody. I'm Jamal Bandy hosts prescribe truth podcast also hosted a youtube channel called prescribe truth now. Basically what I seek to do is distribute the truth to this culture in our from the from a biblical Worldview Biblical. Amer form wherever you and So you start off of Youtube now. Came into podcast actually made it one year in podcast and so far so I'm very thankful that yes. All woke is being alert. If you have somebody give you a definition of what it is to be woke being alert to injustice just on a simple scale being alert. So that you're aware right because if you think about when you're awake you're aware and we asleep. You're not so those of us who are sleep because we're not aware of the injustices that are happening but those who are awake. They're they are aware of the injustices but specifically against black and Brown people not just injustice not injustice in general but injustice against black and Brown people and so. Yeah so we're not talking about in the past but today as today so There's a lot of debate. This is why a lot of us are accused of being sleep because a lot of us would disagree that there are certain injustices we all would agree that there are injustice do exist but in a degree of which allows in that area would call just as we would disagree. So yeah. I did a few videos. Critique Eric Mason. He came out with a book called Woke Church. And a few people did a critique of that eighty robe lists as one at Ramirez from pervert life. He did one Just just taking a book and I did a couple video on it as well and also did a a review of his interview on I can't think of the name of the pockets now. Lead in an interview basis discussing his book and talked about what woke is and displays some of the injustices that were given and it was just injustices as in like what the culture is doing to us as a one of the injustices gave not just let it go for now is fatherless-ness fatherless-ness in our homes in black and black and brown communities is an injustice. But it's it's it's an injustice not on the father who left or would be but it's on the justice of the state and only government white people are just one you know so just an may wonder one that I actually had I had a response. Who was when he talked about is an injustice when someone goes into get a loan and they can't get it so if a black man goes to get alone he can't get alone. Denisot justice because white ban can go in and get along and it's like there's so many holes in that you know you can take a mack truck but Anyway okay so so we end up seeing right off the bat it starts actually with its conclusion right. Woken is begging the question because it is you assume the thing you WANNA prove you assume that there is a racism and every white is racist. You assume that every black is going to be treated with injustice. I mean there's plenty of whites that don't get loans but you kidding. Yeah Yeah there are. Yeah I I know some. Yeah so the the reality though is that it's it's not because of color skin that people aren't getting loans typically it and actually. Here's an interesting thing that happened under Bill Clinton How the woke nece? You can affect things. The argument was as you just mentioned the example it was said that it was discriminatory to not give loans to African Americans that if they didn't get loans Somehow that was some injustice and therefore the banks were were forced by the government to give loans to people regardless of color. That couldn't pay them back because somehow they couldn't get alone it was discriminatory and so the banks being forced by the government to do loans had to start playing games with. How are they going to make this work? Because many of those loans people weren't paying back. They were defaulting on the banks. Were losing money on it. And so the government had an answer they created had their Fannie Mae Fannie Mac. Maybe you're familiar with that and then back in just before. Barack Obama became president toward the end of George Bush's term. We had the crash of this whole scheme that the mortgage companies were running but who forced him to run them. It was really the ideology of weakness of the idea that somehow people are discriminatory He had Bill Clinton actually had a number of things he He argued they. Argue is discriminatory for people in. There is a classified lab where they had technology like our nuclear technology and there was a Chinese spy who got into Get basic got into areas. He wasn't allowed to get to and the reason being is bill. Clinton found out that when you go into a classified lab where people are read into different departments you had to have badges that are color coded so that people knew whether you belong in that room or not and that was somehow discriminatory and so they remove that and here. This Chinese national was able he he. He was able to get a job in in in the first place but he shouldn't have been in the rooms. He was in but because they had no way of identifying he wasn't supposed to be there he was able to steal some technology and bring it back to China. Because that's how woke works. So this is there are people that take this very serious and I know I have someone who's related to someone in my church that is very much a social justice warrior and so and maybe I'll have him on sometime. We're GONNA we'll have a very entertaining Discussion but there's people that take this very serious You get attacked if you in in your position of not taking it serious. Why do you think that is well one? Because it's become a sense because I'm black so it should become assistant. I'll take you seriously I should And if I'm not taking this because obviously I don't care about black people I don't care about my own people you know. I'm sold out you know so to speak in And that's unfortunate as if there's so much in that man I we have to assume like you said this earlier. Heaven to assume that everybody is being raised. Every situation is because of racism is best. That's exhausting this is awesome but also is that it is not built on any truth is a sumptious in black. People is interesting because we don't like to be assumed upon like if I'm I go out I don't want nobody assumed I'm all make it because I have dreadlocks. I don't want nobody assume that I'm automatically if I if I'm looking at some kind of way I WANNA buy. I think that You know I'm I'm hood or we'll see I. I assume I assume you're thug. Because you are what's wrong with that. Will you gotta get everybody that you talked about on the show? Don't beat me up. Never but we don't like that we don't like that ourselves but yet it's okay to assume this about another person though the human being in. Oh and because they say well no. We've been treated this way all our lives and all this time. I haven't been treated that way. I'm well familiar with with. History are understand what happened back then but it is where I think the beauty comes in and knowing what the truth as concerning the Gospel who got is all of this comes back to it. Ah presuppositions comeback to it if you know. The Bible says about men's hearts than it's understandable. What happened back then. It's like okay. This was a time where people were being this way and there may be somebody today who is racist and everything else but the where there is racism where there is sin. We deal with it but I can't just assume somebody's races because you can't see. Racism.

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Redux: Should I Stay Or Go?

Dear Sugars

07:43 min | 1 year ago

Redux: Should I Stay Or Go?

"We're going to be talking about letters that essentially ask that question. Should I stay or should I go and as we as we go through these questions today? We'll there'll be a sort of ever escalating build up to the harder questions. Staying are going as we know. Sometimes it's a fairly light decision other times. It's incredibly complicated. Well you're in the middle of this male storm because you and your big mouth you're kind of like Grand Central Station of ambivalence about whether people should you know stay with the status quo or get out of usually a destructive relationship because of that column. You wrote. That's right and there's a quote from that column was titled. This calm was called the truth. That lives there. I I also touched on this issue with my com tiny beautiful things quote from tiny beautiful. Things is that people have bandied about the Internet and wanting to leave is enough and I think that you know that. Certainly the heart of this column so I received essentially a chorus of letters from people who are in one situation and that is. I love my partner. I respect my partner but I just have this feeling that that there's something else out there for me and that I want to go explore other things now. Some of these letter writers had been dating the person for a few months. Some of these letter writers were married for years. And what I you know my answer was really I- I answered via story about my own struggles. When I was married to my first husband. I was in that exact situation. I loved him. What was so painful about my divorce is I had to break my own heart again. You have to be brave enough to break. Your is something I wrote and something. I learned the hard way because I kept waiting for there to be a sort of outside reason. Leave my husband. Oh he was abusive or he was. He cheated on me or he did this or that or the other thing and honestly. I think that that's ultimately why I t's on my first husband which I really regret because it very much my values but I finally you know I. I was so young that I didn't have the strength. Or the internal sense of of knowing that like it was enough for me to say I need to end this relationship simply because I feel like there's something missing in my life and I need to go seek it and I need to seek it on my own outside of the confines of a committed relationship and so to do that was revolutionary for me life. Changing a great decision and an incredibly painful one so in this column the Truth. That lives there. What I was speaking to is not the idea that the minute you have any doubts or struggles in a relationship. You should leave now sometimes. It's been misinterpreted in that way. And I think that's really unfortunate. I am all for grappling with your feelings and stain in those difficult moments and relationships and seeing what's going to happen on the other side of your fears your doubts so I don't advise people and I'm just going to say it for the record. I said not columbine got overlooked of course is that it is important to know that in every relationship. We're going to have doubts in every relationship. We're going to have struggles but in my experience there was also this burning core of truth and what I said to people is when you have that feeling. The only question left is are you going to do it later or are you going to do it now and almost always when you have that kind of truth. That is driving your decision. The truth lives there. You know the sooner that you can see to it the better off you're going to be and also the better off the people in your life. I wasn't doing my husband my ex-husband any favors by staying married to him. Because when I was in so much turmoil in doubt and the minute I cut myself free of that. We were both liberated essentially from the struggle and allowed to go off and have the lives that we've come to have and so many of the letters that we get have to do with that fundamental feeling. There's some forced. It's telling me I've got to change my life. I've gotta get out of a relationship a workplace whatever it is and yet and we know that even though the constant condition of life is change people are terrified and justifiably and they sort of crave as children do routine and stability. And that's our HOMEO- static mechanisms operates this war inside of all of us and so that's what we're going to get into going to battle battlegear on. Let's do it the first letter all right dear. I've been pulled into an emotional affair with an older married friend. He and I became close over the last two years. What I initially saw. His friendship has grown into intimacy. He has a troubled marriage. That's been on rocky ground for a long time and it has survived his infidelity. My friend and his wife have children and are trying to make their marriage work while. My intentions are not sexual. I care very deeply for my friend and I still crave the closeness and emotional intimacy of our relationship. Is there a way to salvage this friendship in a way? That's healthy and respectful or do I need to politely. Bow Out before I create more trouble in an already. Turbulent life signed totally in over my head What he thinks. It's a very complicated letter so totally in over my head. The first thing. That is really just confusing. It's unclear to me why you are referring to this relationship as an emotional affair rather than a friendship if your intentions are not sexual but there is deep intimacy there. Why wouldn't it be a friendship? Why do you categorize it as a licit and my suspicion is because as parole reminded us in our infidelity episode? There isn't this sexual alchemy necessarily but there's something that feel secret and covert and that occupies a space a kind of emotional intimate space. That really is appropriate for a partner and I say this all the time in the context of relationships. You know you know a friendship is over when you're talking more about somebody than to them and you know That a marriage is really in trouble when your partner isn't the person with whom you have the deepest most intimate conversations. It feels to me like what you're saying is that you are in a relationship with this guy that occupies the space and the emotional energy and attention that should be going towards this guy healing his relationship with his wife which is what he says he wants to do. I think if we apply Cheryl's complex rule of thumb. This letter is an expression unawareness that you are occupying a space right now that you feel really as appropriately belongs to this wife and husband until they can figure out whether the marriage is going to sustain itself and be re healed and then your friendship doesn't have to be something that's an emotional affair. It's what we need in life outside of our central partnership if we find a partner is good friends. There's suspicion that you're casting on yourself and I would think less about his life. Think about your life. I think this letter comes out of an expression that you know that you're in a relationship that's unhealthy for you at the moment. My Hunch. Is that your hunches. You need to step back from this friendship until he figures out whether his marriage is going to be he'll lable or not. Yeah I think that you know the answer totally in over my head. You don't sign a letter totally in your head. You're you're in a relationship that's not right. That doesn't feel right to you. And so you need to bow out. And we all crave closeness emotional intimacy and you can find that in a relationship that feels. That feels good. And so you need to let this one.

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Ballerina: Fashion's Modern Muse, an interview with Patricia Mears

Dressed: The History of Fashion

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Ballerina: Fashion's Modern Muse, an interview with Patricia Mears

"On your new exhibition. It is truly magical. It's supremely beautiful. Have to say and I learned a ton from its accompanying catalogue which is called Ballerina. Fashions Modern Muse for any of our listeners. Who WanNa pop on over to Amazon and pick up a copy so for any of our listeners. Who like me may not be ballet aficionados? I'm hoping I we can do a little bit of Bali history just a little bit. When do I see the emergence of ballet? And what distinguished? It from other types of dance which preceded it bally's quite an old art form the genesis of what you see today. The basic steps in the positions were already in place as early as the sixteen sixties. The first formal school was started in sixteen sixty one under the auspices of Louis. The fourteenth who himself was a very accomplished valeted Ella. It was clearly an aristocratic endeavor. And you see that carried over today. This would erect posture. This sort of very formal movement of the body so in some ways it is part of that French also regime aspect and we still see it today but ballet's also a very athletic endeavor so it's marrying these two extremes if you will sort of restraint kind of technical Bravura and again. That's why I think they call ballet dancers artists athletes. Yeah because they merged the two and then fast forward. The ballet went from being aristocratic very classical in its themes and male dominated to about the eighteen. Twenty eighteen thirties when women take over ballet's international. It's much more standardized and very importantly the romantic style. The sort of supernatural narrative takes over and it seems that women artists were better suited to express this new ballet form. What can you tell us about the life of a professional ballerina in the early years of the art forum in the Nineteenth Century? What was her place in society very different from today. The Ballerina really sat at the bottom of the socio economic scale. If you will. There were a few exceptions in. Even though there was a flourishing in the eighteen thirties and forties where there were certainly respectable stars By and large these women were very marginalized. They were paid very little and as a result they were often exploited. Many of them had to turn to prostitution To survive and we see these beautiful pictures by got today showing what seems like an idealized environment but in fact often in the back. You'll see men lurking. They were known as the abomination repower men of the Jockey Club and they regularly exploited these young women so many of them had very sad stories even though they were quite accomplished artists and speaking of data. I think there's even a little back story to his very famous sculpture of the fourteen year. Old Dancer Right. That's right that famous. Bronze sculpture is of a young girl She was part of a family where I think her sister was. Also a dancer but sadly she was likely a victim of the circumstances at the time where she hardly made any money to survive. Many of the dancers were hungry. They were physically exerting themselves and this young lady did fall into prostitution as well and probably died a very sad life so yeah it's horrible to think of and so different from the way we view dancers today right and it really is a fact that the majority of ballerinas then and now will never make it to star status. That's right or or you know prima which was a term. That's kind of more favorite in the past right. Today's top dancers are really generally called principal dancers. If I'm correct right why this shift and terminology from Ballerina to Principal Dancer. I think it has a lot to do with the fact that ballet culture came up in Great Britain and especially the United States and we view ourselves as a bit more democratic so the idea of the Ballerina which was a term given to very very few female dancers. You really had to be at the apex at one point in the late nineteenth century in Russia and said there were only six ballerinas in all of Russia was extraordinary So you can see how limited the term was bandied about then but today we view of the hierarchy of the principal soloist in the quarter ballet member but I think it erases the difference between male versus female and one that really I think asserts a sense of achieving it not so much through social connections or through whims but really through technical as well as artistic merit so. This is one of the reasons we see that change in France. They still use the word. A twelve or star to designate the very top rank. Oh Nice Yeah. I'd like to turn our attention to one of the all time greats who we were just talking about Before we started recording Marie Tahiliani And she really rose to international claim in the early nineteenth century. I'm hoping you could tell us a little bit about her. And also her innovations which helped to shape the future trajectory of ballet as an art form. That's right I think Marie Tagliani was important to very significant ways. One was the art form itself. He was not considered a beautiful woman and had certain physical flaws. Someone told me that. She was slightly hunchback and her father who was a brilliant choreographer was able to create dance. Movements that did not distract from that in fact Really enhanced her physical illness She was very hard working and she was a pioneer of the idea of going up on point sort of Now we think of it is absolutely essential in classical ballet for a female dancer but it was very rare when she started and I think the other thing that she did was to raise the respectability of the Ballerina. She was very careful in the way she cost him herself. She was discreet. Show is where pearls she had. A Floral Diadem And the other thing is that she acted very lady like off stage and she made sure her physical depictions whether in costume more in high fashion. We're always done in a very respectable way so she was able to do something. Many other ballerinas could not do which was Garner female audience. Even the young Princess Victoria was a huge fan of hers and so if members of the royal family could embrace. It was considered acceptable. So she was a breakaway star but unusual in that way and and correct me. If I'm wrong queen perhaps named one of her horses Tahiliani. He did tell Yoni was one of her race horses and also there was a stagecoach that ran between cities that was called the Tagliani fabrics after her famous role muscle feed many different types. Candies were named after her and the Russians were especially enamored. There were some bellum who made a soup out of her shoes needed hotel. Yoni mania swept through Europe and the eighteen thirties forties talk about being a mythic. Yes exactly Speaking of iconic elements of ballet. I would be very very surprised if there's a single one of our listeners out there who is not familiar with the garment which is of course. Queen essentially synonymous with ballet and I am of course talking about the two one thing that I was taken a bit backed by. When I was reading the exhibition catalogue was the somewhat body origins of this term. So how did this term to come about an aunt at its most basic? What is a two two while the two two is just the Ballerina skirt? It's costume and when it was invented in the eighteen thirties It was a word that came from. Rather if you will of course background it's a slang or play on the word. Kuku which itself is slang for the petite call. Which is your behind. Basically ballet audiences were different in the way they were positioned back in those days. The people who were members of the aristocracy or had money were always in what they called the box seats or the rings that were on the upper tiers of the Opera House and it was down in the orchestra seats where the more working class people sat and they could sometimes get a glimpse of the Valarie Yes that they were diaphanous garments and so sometimes depending on how she twirled or whatnot it you could get a look up them and they were also bit dangerous they were often starched ahead sizing in them which made them flammable and with the open gas lights. Some of the Ballerina skirts caught on fire and sadly a number of stars did die that

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"bandy" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I did have a phone. Number is not working right now so or on that. But yeah cool. Yeah and it's great to be linked up with you through the Carson podcast for Christian podcast community and you're on there. It's actually that's getting so big. I went on there just to take a look. Just go on there. Maybe it would be a couple of weeks or so I look and see. Well what are people up to and stuff and and There's getting to be so many that it's really hard to tell from the common feed. What's yes if you go to if you go to cruiser? Podcast immediately on light wherever podcasts. Having listened to ages hit play it. Just it just amazes me as I just hear. Everybody's they released in that week. It just goes on and you look at the Sodas US show you actually listening so yeah you gotta use the Charlotte but there's a lot of good stuff there. Yeah that's saw. That'd be good idea for me. I should do that sometimes. I just hit play because Sundays. I I you know I wanNA listen to things that I probably shouldn't be listening to politics. But are there other days? Why turn I tell that? Little device over there to to play rough net or open rough night and listen to whatever roughnecks play. But that's another great idea to just turn on Chris Podcast Community. And right yeah. That's why I'm spotify Chris. Podcast just hit play and I was listening at the obvious guys. And they're listening to rap report and direct report dailies the F. Five Solas in every minister. Podcast I mean just our main. Oh what are you watching? They're also different so wide variety of different thing different formats different different topics. Different a lot of cool stuff andrew. And I'm GonNa have the brain fart. What's her name is Coleen. Android colleen do a fabulous job of vetting. The the the podcast the mystery that they bring onto. So I'm comfortable just even if I haven't listened to all the shows I'm comfortable just saying we'll check him out he's he's done a good job of vetting. I might not necessarily a hundred percent agree. But we're going to be in the same general space the Andrew China go with with the Throwdown and he's trying to get at this now working though everybody agrees you know what I told him. Yesterday is heated a daily. Wrap report on Was it like is it? Is it a sin to support trump? I think was. The topic is the daily. So it's only like two minutes long and I said a theology throat on that people actually disagree on. That would be the topic right there. That'd be a good one. Thanks Jamal So great to have you. I've enjoyed the time I I just. I say it all the time I I've done. This is episode one hundred forty three. I've never done. I didn't enjoy so thanks and it wasn't quite the direction I expected but not exactly anyway but it was good discussion. I didn't I didn't talk entirely too much. You all know that. That's the point. That's the point of having guests is I don I I try. Maybe I talked too much but I try to talk less trial in on somebody else do the talking now really encouraged by you. Ask me come on the show and just give me an opportunity to talk about this subject. I don't find that I don't find in myself. I don't follow. I'm the I'm the social justice go-to person to talk about talk about these things about you know but is always interested in. Miami's you're thinking things through and you've got you've got some good biblical grounding in in your opinions and stuff so for sure. I think he's really appreciate the opportunity to come on in with you so I'll see you again sometime. I wanted these next theology. Throw doubts and and led to have you. Thank you brother so echo. Zoe Radio.

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"bandy" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Back above is meaning. I'm still curious as to wear Y. They're used Bang Tale For I don't know maybe just because it's Something that it will says short tail. So maybe it's something that's cut short and the hair on your forehead is cut short and That's where they got that from And Yeah it says fringe in the UK and probably other places instead of Saint Bangs. They say they have fringe Which actually makes more sense All right now we have the fifth and final form of Bang. It is a transitive verb from eighteen. Seventy eight and it means to cut as fron hair short and squarely across so very much. Oh so that's the verb form of what we just read. But I've never heard it used in a verb form. I'M GONNA YOU'RE GONNA Bang your hair. I'm you see it. You say I'm going to get bangs. Running make have bangs something like that. I've never heard it in verb form So that's that one next. We have Bangalore Torpedo. This is two words. Banglore is B. A. N. G. A. L. O. R. E. This is a noun from nineteen thirteen a metal tube that contains explosives and a firing mechanism and is used to cut barbed wire and detonate buried. Mines it doesn't say super specifically where this came from. All it says is that it is from the city or town Bangalore India Which I have actually been to. I've visited there for work Had to go shoot some video interviews And so some of the people were in Bangalore India but yeah I still don't maybe this torpedo was designed in Bangalore and that's why they call it a Banglore torpedo. They should've called it a Bango. Lor pedo Bangor P something next. We have bang away. It is two words it is a tra- no transitive verb from eighteen. Thirty nine one to work with determined effort as in student banging away at their homework number two to attack persistently as in police are going to keep banging away at you. That is a quote from Earl. Stanley Gardner and earl is spelled E. R. L. E. I don't think I've seen that name spelled that way. Unless it's a TYPO now. We Have Bang Bang. There's a hyphen. It is an adjective from nineteen. Seventy two one a having a sudden forceful or attention grabbing affect synonym is punchy as in Bang Bang headlines. Does this still get used? I don't think so one be executed or happening so quickly as to make judgment as by an umpire or referee Mang Oh sorry I didn't finish that one. let's try it again. One beep executed or happening so quickly as to make judgment difficult And then in parentheses of course it said as an umpire or referee as in a Bang. Bang play at First Base. Number two characterized by violent or fast paced action. As in a bang. Bang movie again. Do People really say that All right last word for this episode is Banger B. A. N. G. E. R. It is a noun from circuit nineteen nineteen one is British and we have these synonym sausage. Have you heard of Bangers will see now. I'm thinking of the restaurant bar near US. Called bangers lace But there's bangers. Yeah that's just another word for sausage. What's the dish Ba Ba? There's some British dish it's like something and Bangers or Bangers and something anyway my brain isn't working that sausage Now number two also British. We have these synonym firecracker and then there's another one number three is also British. And we have the synonym jalopy so you really need to pay attention to the context because you need to know if they're talking about a sausage or a firecracker or a Jalopy But you could say I drove my Banger to pick up some bangers and on the way I ate some bangers at a restaurant number. Four a forceful and aggressive athlete. What is going to be the word of the episode? I think I'm going to pick Bain Berry as the word of the episode because You know I thought that was interesting So that is all that I have to say you can turn me off. You're done with the words I had an idea during the recording of the last episode where I thought maybe This is very you know gets into more my personal life but maybe people WanNa know just sort of like what's like what I'm watching or like what's my recommendation or. I don't know something like that so I can just tell you a couple of shows that my wife and I are sort of watching or just watched The first one is called Living WITH YOURSELF. That is the show from a net flicks with Paul Rudd. And I don't know her name but it's very good Irish actress who plays his wife And some other people too. But it's only eight episodes and they're pretty short And so we were able to watch it in a couple of days. I enjoyed it. It's you know it's not like super funnier super dramatic or anything but it's just kind of a fun show Sort of like. What would you do if you had this happen to you And so I'm not going to same anything more than that Because maybe you don't know what it's about but I thought it was kind of interesting and Paul read of course is Kinda my man crush. He is awesome and he can do no wrong. And he's great in Wet Hot American summer and he is hilarious The other show that we are watching is called the outsider This is on HBO. It is based on a Stephen King Book which I have not read but it's really interesting and as seems like it's dealing with some sort of strange paranormal something or other But Yeah I think. It's all directed by Jason Jason Bateman Who's a super talented guy as well You know there's other stuff but Oh the Oscars were fun. I don't remember if I talked about that. Data talk about that. I can't remember But yeah mostly I agreed with the decisions. All right. That's enough talking and thank you and goodbye..

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"bandy" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"bandy" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello were how are you doing today? I hope you are just wonderful. And Dandy and that rhymes with the first word of this episode Bandy Be A. N. D Y. This is the first former. It is a verb from fifteen seventy seven We're going to start with the transitive definitions one to bat as a tennis ball to and fro to a two toss from side to side or pass about from one to another often in a careless or inappropriate manner. Oh look at us. We are so careless and inappropriate bandying this ball from one to another one a note to be. We have the synonym exchange especially to exchange words. Argumentatively banding about to see to discuss lightly or Bantu RELEA- Banter like you know you talk with somebody you have banter So to discuss lately or bantering leave in a banter in way too. Deep to use an Glib or off hand manner often used the word about as in bandied these statistics about with considerable Bravada. No Bravado that is a quote from Richard Well how do you pronounce it? Is it polack or Pollick or polack? I duNno I'll see if I can find that quotas from Ever since I said that I was GonNa start trying to find where these quotes are from I found maybe half of them So you know I might not find it but I also don't spend that much time researching. It number three is archaic. It means to band together. Now we have a couple in transitive definitions one This is obsolete the synonym is contend and number two is archaic. We have the synonym unite. Next we have bandy again. This is the second form. It is a noun from sixteen ninety three by the way the etymology is unknown It is a game similar to hockey and believed to be its prototype. Oh well now we should see if we can find an example of this I don't know if they had videos back in sixteen ninety three To Post on Youtube. But I'll see if I can find an example of some people playing bandy right now we have the third form of Bandy. It is an adjective from sixteen. Eighty seven one is talking about legs. We have these synonym bowed. So if you've got bowed legs You would be Andy I guess number. Two Synonym is bow legged and Bandy legged is another form another word. That's an adjective as well This is perhaps from the number to form of Bandy Which is hockey stick? So you know. The hockey stick is bent Somebody was like. Hey you're hockey. Stick your legs look like a hockey stick. So I'm going to call you bandy. That's weird all right next. We have Bena. It is the I form. It is a noun from before the twelfth century. One A is obsolete and we have these synonyms killer and slayer one be. We have the synonym poison one see synonyms are death and destruction. This is a fun word as in. Stop the way of those that. Seek my pain. That is a quote from Philip. Sidney let's see one D we have these synonym. Whoa as in woe is me. Not Whoa Stop the horse number. Two a source of harm or ruin synonym is curse as in National. Frontiers have been more of a bane than a boon for mankind. And that is quote. Dc Thomson. Boy. I'm going to have a lot of quotes to look up aren't I I wonder if Bain and Boone are related Because they're both used in this like they're opposites maybe and I wonder if there's a reason That they sound similar But maybe we'll find out when we get to boone but we can read you some demolish for this one. It is middle English from old English. Bonna which is akin to old high German Bano B. A. N. O. which means All right next we have the second form of Bain. It is a verb from fifteen ninety eight. It is obsolete and it means to kill especially with poison You know that poison will do. You're in now. We have the third form of Bain Noun Fra before the twelfth century it is chiefly Scottish and We have these synonym bone like the bone in your arm or your brain or your foot. I'm going to skip the analogy next. We have main berry Yeah it's all one word. It's like a strawberry but instead of a straw. They're using a bane. It is a noun from seventeen fifty five any of several perennial herbs of the buttercup family having accurate poisonous berries. Also one of the berries. Well I can see where they got the name from because if the berries are accurate poisonous That is relating directly to the first form of Bain. Which is all about killing and slain and poisoned. So maybe they use these berries to kill people yeah that makes perfect sense Let's see the The genus name is Octavia Act. So I'll post a picture of these and then if you see them you should not eat them and you should also not give them to anybody else. All right next. We have baneful. It is an adjective from fifteen seventy nine one productive of destruction. Or whoa seriously harmful as in a baneful influence. Number Two is archaic and we have these synonym poisonous Then it says synonym see the word. Pernicious ooh Was that in Willy Wonka chocolate factory. The no wait. That was a different word. That was the vicious kids. What is that from? Why why is that in my brain vicious kids. Some that that pernicious. I don't think that's what it was but it's a good word. Baneful is an adverb next. We Have Bang B. A. N. It is a verb from Circa fifteen fifty transitive definitions. Our first one to strike sharply. Synonym is bump as in banged his knee number two to knock hit or thrust vigorously often with a sharp noise as in banged. The door shut just this morning. I I took the garbage out and our screen door for some reason. You know how they're supposed to like closely it didn't close slowly and so when I went out it bang shut and then when I came back in it banged shut again and my wife was like what was that noise. And I said the screen door stupid number three often vulgar to have sexual intercourse with Yup People say that All right now. I don't have anything clever to say about that. Because this is a family friendly podcast Now we have the transitive definitions one to strike with a sharp noise or thump number. Two to produce a sharp often metallic explosive or percocet noise or series of such noises number three to play a sport as basketball in a very aggressive and forceful manner as in. Bang for rebounds. Now I don't really watch a lot of sports These days but I have not really heard them. Use this word in this form Just this morning I was listening to the how did this get made episode of Space Jam and they had a whole conversation. They had a whole conversation about the word jam. And how? And why is it related to basketball and That reminded me of that Maybe there should be a bang jam game. I don't know Let's see. This is probably of Scandinavian origin. Akin to the old Norse Bang B. A. N. G. again which means hammering. Now we have the second form of Bang it is a noun from Circa fifteen fifty won a resounding blow number two a sudden loud noise used often interjection only three a a sudden striking effect. Three be a quick burst of energy as in start off with a bang That's probably from races they would They would shoot a gun or make a big loud bang So they knew undergo number three C. Synonym is thrill as in. I get a bang out of all of this. And that is a quote from W H White and white is spelled W. H. Y. T. E. Wouldn't that be? Great of his middle name was spelled. Y T E. And then he'd be w h white and it would be spelled that way. Okay now we have a phrase bang for the Note Bang for the buck also bang for ones buck and that means value received from outlay or effort as in investment is yielding less. Bang for the buck. Let me try that again. Investment is yielding less bang for the buck that is a quote from Fortune magazine or Fortune. Something let's see. Excuse me Now we have the third form of Bang. It is an adverb from eighteen. Twenty eight and we have these synonyms right and directly as in rang. No Ran Bang up against more trouble ran. Bang UP AGAINST MORE TROUBLE. Weird funky word all right now. We have the fourth form of Bang. It is a noun from eighteen. Seventy eight a fringe of banged hair usually used in plural like bangs. This is probably short for bank tail. Which is a short tail And I'm going to look ahead and see if Bang tail is in this book Let's see Bang Bang bid. Yeah it is But that is not what that says. Okay that's interesting They might be giants. Have a song called bangs. And it's it's maybe I'll put Clinton.

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"bandy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"bandy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To bandy words with two bandy words. Boy. Well, it was originally to Randy Randy Wordsworth. Right. Poets whose house they tore down to put up this hotel. Bandy words with bandy Reuss think about the activity of banding words, and what that might. Hundred you're up. Volleying? Yes. That's exactly right. That is exactly right. Good bandy was a game originally like hockey and later more like tennis in which a ball was bandied back and forth. Very good. Francine derivation for the term carpet Bagger. Oh, well, that was in the south when these people came down from the north with those big bags made out of carpet pieces and grabbed up all the goodies from the south and went home. Exactly, right. Ten points. Literally, it's an outsider who comes into profit from the misfortune of others term from post civil war America, referring to rich northerners who came down to make quick fortunes exploiting the war ravaged south since their stays were short in and out for fast buck, they were often able to carry all their necessary belongings in a relatively small satchel made of cloth and such scalawags therefore became known as carpetbaggers alleyways. Next. What is the derivation just have some fun with this? What is the derivation of the phrase getting down to brass tacks? Resounding out of my mother's mouth. All the time. I can hear that. Okay. Get down to breast techs act. You tear up the carpet get down to the bare floor. You still have those breast tax to contend with. It's a wonderful guest on you're on the right track. So we'll let you work with this a little bit deals with fabric. But no, it's not carpeting, okay, it's not copying down to breast techs upholstering fund. It is in fact, an upholsterer term, and I'm going to give them eight points right off the top for that. It means of course, getting down to the details of negotiation seventeenth, century English. Draper's upholsterers use that term once a fabric was selected. It was measured against brass tacks evenly spaced along a counter up to thirty six inches in length eventually a brass rule replaced of that length replaced attacks. And that was the forerunner of the yardstick and finally a very close game. This could make the difference. Barry. Thanks. What is the derivation of the phrase, and this will be difficult to hold at bay? To hold it bay to keep an arm's distance away to keep from. Harming you? A wild. Guess I'm thanking bay. My be from the bay..

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"bandy" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"bandy" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"Then i need to hear cases i am discussion of this so this is brief then this sounds like robert plant you know the in the in the mid to late eighty's there was a sound there is particularly a sound in pop music um and it's kind of sounds like he's trying to do it going to sneeze nope michael jackson i it sounds like he's going to sneeze a nazi the i was like a bow to sneeze terrible terrifying for that sentence it sounds like he's trying it almost sounds like he's trying to do like a michael jackson like pop like some of the pop songs from from those things like the i don't know what it is it might just be the production might just be the arrangements and the way that it's very like doing that kind of electronic what kind of jim bandy sort of sound like it could like thriller has that sort of like the dirt the drum machine beats but like everything else is is you know probably members of toto or whatever running right yeah like if there's a thing there there's a sound they're going on at this air and he's it it's like this whole world of pop music was happening in rubber plant lose like opening normally like god you're out you're fired i'll wow and it's it's it is its own thing and it was terrible but it then i'm not saying but as in like what i had a great time with no this sucks what it was so in and of itself so like specifically lyrically in vocal performance wise like the if you took all the lyrics and all the vocals there to this you'd be like what a boring collection of by the numbers using herbs ladies um but when you throw his a you yeah and there's still a you'd like day he has a song like dance on my own that like ldl weird and with an is its own thing.

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