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The Mystery Of The Wicked Fairy
"Of all the classic depictions of the wicked fairy ruining a royal christening. The most popular is likely cheryl. Perrault's the sleeping beauty in the would from sixteen ninety seven. The passage reads just when they were all about to be seated. A ferry who was getting on in years entered the palace. She had not been invited because she had not left the tower in which she had been living for more than fifty years. Everyone thought that she had either died or fallen under a spell. Her head trembled more with malice than from old age as she decreed the princess will die after piercing her finger with a spindle but the wicked fairy is actually much older than perot's tale. She is first mentioned in thirteenth century. French epic poem called yuan of bordeaux in it a night in his party. A tense meeting with over on the king of the fairies who tells the night that the wicked fairy cursed him at birth to stunt his height she also appears in the seventeenth century tales of. Marie had trine mel. Do barna viel. Who wrote under the name. Madame dune wa. She coined the term fairytale and depicts the wicked fairy in three different stories. Behind in the would princess may blossom and the blue bird in each a wicked fairy named cara boss the fate of the night presents as dangerous. Take on the standard fairy godmother she avengers every slide against her and her goddaughter often at the expense of the girls rival another young woman who's been blessed by other fairies with beauty grace and talent. It's interesting to note common themes in delwan and perot's choices as they were contemporaries. The wicked fairy is almost always old and forgotten by the royals due to the assumption that she'd been lost to time. Her curses vary but they tend to involve animal transformations and last a set length of time and the person she's punishing is almost always an innocent. It is said that every fairy worth her magic had god child but getting one wasn't easy it required an invitation to opulent christenings thrown by fussy parents with a taste for gold and jewels. Each jerry had to present her gifts to the child which had to be equal in beauty and value only then did one lucky ferry. Get the job. Sometimes infighting between the fairies broke out and the entire castle was destroyed. Being worthy of a godchild was a tough nasty business. And it didn't matter a whit to carrabba's the one ferry who had never had a goddaughter of course she went to the parties and gave the children her usual blessings which reflected her dominion over the night. An owl to act as a pet and messenger a cloak that would glitter like the stars if the princess so wished to caribou. These were enviable gifts. But her sister's the ferries of the day summer spring fall and winter lavish princesses with traits and talents. A perfect singing voice or promises of unrivalled beauty. Even they'd made the same vowed to another princess the month before but cynical shadow loving care boss had given up on a god of her own until the birth of princess i e shah of the day. The princess came into the world bamboo flutes musical bows and liars announced her arrival. All of ethiopia held dances aisha's honor and her parents. Through the expected ferry feast when caribous arrived she was bored by the jubilation and the piles of gifts. She watched only half interested as each of her sisters approached. The princess's cradle to present their gifts. This was a party like any other but all that changed when she saw the child when she looked over the edge of the infant's cradle everything the music. The dancing all faded away. There was nothing but the tiny princess looking back up at her carrabba's took in aisha's large round eyes and wide nostrils with the tenderest affection. She brushed her finger against the princess's soft skin admiring the rich black as warm and dark as a midnight lily under the summer moon. The baby laughed and the fairies heart leapt with joy.
"barna" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Is a co worker of mine at Lutheran, Our ministries. She works as the community manager for a new project that Lutheran our ministries, is launching its called the Hopeful Neighborhood project. It's a collaborative network committed to improving community well being all around the world. So thanks for for joining us to talk about the hopeful neighborhood project, Jennifer Thanks so much for having me I'm so excited to be here. Let's just start with words and definitions. We call this the hopeful neighborhood project and I noticed it's not hopeful community. It's hopeful neighborhood. So how are we defining neighborhood here? First some people if you live in a small town, maybe that's that's your whole neighborhood. For others of us. Maybe we live in a subdivision, so that's our neighborhood. Some people live in an urban context in their neighborhood might be just a block or two around them. So we're asking people just to think about some defined boundaries that would be kind of agreed upon in their context, and think about that as their neighborhood. And this is the third part of a longer project that we have been working is Lutheran. Our ministries with the barn. A group Jennifer is you have worked with the The research that Barna has done in partnership with within our ministries. What are some, maybe just a couple of key insights that have been helpful in this project. The guiding principles that help to find the question was this concept of viewing people as gifts that God has given each person a gift. You're a gift. Your neighbors are a gift. And each gift has gifts to share. And so that kind of helps guide our research and and the questions that we ask and kind of our whole philosophy of the hopeful neighborhood project. I've heard that there is a gift inventory that people can Can be a part of tell me Tell us more about that. That's really step. One of getting involved in your neighborhood is understanding your own gifts because we don't all have the gifts of hospitality. We don't all have the gifts of finding funds. We don't all have the gifts of building houses, and so if you want to make an impact for your neighbors and share your gifts Step one is knowing what your gifts are. And so we created an inventory that help would help you understand what your gifts are, but we didn't stop there. We said, Well, how would you share those gifts? So part of the inventory helps you discern which things are you good at teaching. Then what things would you like to learn? So after you have taken your own gift inventory, we encourage people to go to their neighbors and ask them to Take a gift inventory also, and then do something that we lovingly call it a gift exchange where then you see what your neighbors are good at what they would like to teach and what they would like to learn..
Barn Owl Babies Can Be Helpful Hatchmates
"Robin Hood. Famous leaf soul from the rich and gave to the poor young newly hatched Barna. Al's do something similar on average barn. Owls raised six six at once and sometimes as many as nine. But they don't all hatch at the same time which means the older outlets are generally larger and healthier than their younger brothers and sisters as long as the Little Owls. Remain in the nest. They're completely dependent on their parents for food. The problem is that the small rodents they eat. CaN'T BE SPLIT UP. So and mom or dad returns to the nest to feed their offspring. Only one chick can eat. At a time and many bird species the oldest would simply outcompete the youngest but barn owls are different turns out the older healthier birds sometimes donate their meals to. They're hungrier. Siblings adults in other animal species share their food. It's mainly observe. The Way may want to reproduce female soldiers. Many exchange of food are in primates series many exchange between food and grooming but only biologist police decor from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland and in cheeks. It's really rarely observed so it's quite impressive. Teens especially there is so many cooperative behaviors. She and her team wanted to know how this unique behavior evolved. It could be explained by the direct benefits game through cooperation such as trading food for grooming or it could be explained by the indirect benefits gained from helping others that share your genetic heritage also known as kin selection. They found that the answer was both younger. Birds groomed older ones more often than older ones. Groom the youngsters and in return. The older birds fed their younger siblings. In addition older Alex preferentially offered food to their hungriest siblings. Even in the absence of grooming but food sharing only happened when the researchers artificially provision the outlets with extra food so it's not that the owls risk their own survival help their siblings but when there was more than enough to go around they shared instead of hoarding.
Faith and Parenting in 2020: Intimacy and Marriage
"Wants US train up our children in his way of life you know impress on them. Your children talk to them as you sit at home when you walk along the road when you lie down when you get up we read this in Deuteronomy read this throughout Biblical truth one. One of the most important areas to talk to our kids about lance is sex. Sex is a way of expressing love between husband and wife. This is made plain in Paul's pissing Fijian's as we read and five husbands love. Your Wives Justice Christ also loved the Church and gave himself for her that he should that she should should be holy and without blemish so husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. For this reason it man shall leave his father and mother and joined to his wife and the two shall become one flesh and in the Timothy. We read young leader of the Church. As Paul's talking to Timothy he says to Timothy Flea we also youthful lust instead pursue righteousness. Faith love peace with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart we find and that in the second Timothy and escaping thing that we read about you know we've been talking about born in the last couple of podcast half of the. US adults lands fifty percent agree. Strongly that quote choosing not only the have sex outside of marriage is healthy unquote but generational differences are significant. Embargoes out in say a six. Ten elders older generation fifty nine percent of them agree strongly with his statement. Compared to fifty three percent of baby boomers forty nine nine percent of Gen xers and forty. Three percent millennials that it doesn't necessarily have to be between you know a husband and the wife. And so. Who is we get into this you know lance hot? What say you on? Why is it? So important to differentiate with our kids the idea of sex intimacy in a godly basis versus. What cultures telling us you know? I think it's this one of those topics where we don't would. We don't always want to talk about it but honestly our children are going to learn They'RE GONNA learn from us. What sex what marriage? What intimacy looks like and and I think honestly our marriage starts as one of the biggest examples of that not not to toot my own horn or anything but you know my my wife life and I constantly get comments about us? You know from friends and things like that that we have this sense of love and intimacy that you don't see in a lot of marriages is and even our kids realize that That there is this sense of of love and intimacy between Me and my wife I'm I'm glad that we were able to model that To our children and I think as as parents really important part because Believe me if we don't come in and we don't teach model to our kids The the biblical purpose enroll of sex the cultures gonNA come in and tell them it's something else Known Donte you're talking about right now and we saw some of the statistics from last week's podcast and some of the stuff barnes doing but many in our culture right now they see sex. It's a fundamental human rights. And it's just a bodily function society's kind of devalued what it's what what is meant to be shared between one man and one woman and God's Holy Marriage Covenant Covenant and our our culture kind of teaches now that that sex is not a big deal as long as it's two consenting adults involved. We saw the research on that last week. Where people agreed to that that is as long as two consenting adults WANNA have sex whether they're married not married in a marriage not married whatever? Go ahead and do it And the The other Stark factor Dante in. We were talking about this. In Barnard's researchers actually comes from the book. Good faith and this really stood out to me that The the way that we've devalued sex is a culture and the easy access everyone has to pornography right now. It cheapens sex and takes away from the deep intimacy. God intended to to be shared between a husband and wife and what they talked about in the book and in some of the Barna Research. Is that the issue that this has and I know you know. I've seen a lot of younger. People can probably relate to this. They just don't realize cicadas but this casual approach to sex's creating negative relationship hurting side effects And instead of Intimacy and emotional depth depth. Sex Any way you want. It is leading leading to more anxiety more depression more loneliness and more insecurity and for some we see the sexes. No longer even worth the trouble. You've got people now who I can. Just I don't have to go after sex. I can stay home and use pornography or you know. There's this thing in its. I hate to get into this Dante. What is GonNa if you haven't heard of this coming up? There's a sink called hookups. Where young people say? I don't want I want my sexual needs met. I want I want. I want to be sexually gratified but I don't necessarily want the emotional baggage the The amount of time and effort to put into a a healthy relationship. So I'd rather just jump into bed with somebody for a one night. Stand get my sexual needs met and then I can move on with my life And this this you know when you couple couple this with the prevalence in the access to pornography on demand this is really. It's it's having a cost on relationships it's having a cost on intimacy and ultimately want someday in when we get married it's GonNa have a cost As as what we bring into the marriage One one of the start. You know things. I think that They pointed out in the barn. Research was an I don't I I can't verify this so you can call me on this but playboy magazine in the you know Hugh Hefner the guy that kind of started the whole pornography or naked women in magazines business stopped. They actually don't Publish that in their magazine anymore. Because they said There's such a high prevalence. Everybody has access to porn that they've stopped even publishing publishing that type of stuff. And all this you know not going on rabbit hole here. But all of this is because these cultural The cultural beliefs the way our culture is going. It's ultimately it has consequences in these consequences is being seen within the intimacy in once. Finally people are getting married. They're getting into what we would call a A godly marriage. They're bringing some of this baggage and some of this emotional damage from years of Of of not not being biblical might be moral into marriage and it's causing issues in the marriage. And that was one of the scariest things to me Dante. As we talk about giving into self I give into my sexual gratifications gratifications I given to. What's desirable pleasurable right now? There's going to be long term consequences for that. Does that make sense you. Yeah my wife and I do marriage mentoring at our church. We do marriage mentoring in relationships that we pour into and I you know honestly I can tell you. Personal experience is buying into into the lie of sex before marriage doing it my way versus God's way there there is a lot of psychological and also physical damage image. That are a result of that enemy from you know people that just did not want to wait for marriage to God help us. You know of of kids getting abused or or an incident that somebody had the rights taken away or they were molested or they were attacked. You know in college or something like that and these are things that you know we sit there and we cheapen cheapen wait and we wonder like you even suggest pornography like I don't even need to go into the statistics I mean you can go out there and you can look at the most you know. a cultural statistics and or or Biblical statistics. But you know whether you're looking at mainstream or whether you're looking at you know religious background the all of the studies affirm absolutely that you know pornography is a into intimacy destroyer and and so there's a I think even a mainstream movie that Scarlett Johansson is in an effort the gentleman but just the the facts of how bad pornography destroys intimacy and. That's you know we're sitting there saying we'll okay but where do you. Where do you stop in like for you? The Listener. Listen if you're sitting there saying well you know I'm in a loveless or a lack of physical relationship right now with marriage so pornography is my justification. You can't justify that as a Christian and the let alone if you're sitting there telling me that I don't have intimacy anymore my relationship but then you're sitting there telling Lanson that you're justifying pornography pornography. The reason you don't have intimacy in your relationship is because that graffiti has stolen intimacy from your relationship and to have these AH honest questions okay. So what we permit we promote what we promote we permit and trying to have the influence of the spirit of those around us now all of a sudden therefore sitting there saying that's okay to our kids got help us that we're doing that to our daughters. Were doing that to our sons. You know I can tell you one friend whose mom was. It was very liberal about these is still having relationship issues. And he's in his fifties right now of trust of intimacy and all that and it's just because of these things that we don't look about long term consequences to living our way versus God's way and so you know like you said Lance I got way off into a rabbit hole but pulling it back you know. There's a way that God wants to live to pursue intimacy to pursue sexual relations and that's in a covenant marriage between one man one woman and that's not only biblical but that is so true and so many ways
"barna" Discussed on KOMO
"A thirty one year old minister and self in as a Friday for the deadly hit and run that killed a bicycle rider in Covington on Wednesday home security cameras caught the sparks after the crash that killed Michael Russell George Barna says it was a tip after they released a driver's vehicle in a photo deputies found a car then covered in blankets at a home for a couple live they talk to the couple and then discovered it was their son who did turn himself and he's being held for investigational for vehicular homicide talk about wheel of fortune on come on TV for it to the van a white as host its wall Pat Sajak recovers from emergency surgery to correct a blocked intestines games treated a get well message and announced a tapings had to be canceled on Thursday Vanna white now that the the lead of the show until further notice she started saving you up celebs that will air December ninth by the way uncle Miltie before the show says seventy three oh say Jack is resting comfortable looking forward to getting back to work indeed we call them the best good morning of Sunday the tenth of November it is MLS Cup day in Seattle game starts at noon coal TV four will have that coverage this place is launched at six then you will know child sleeps outside crowd funding campaign I'm bill o'neil with this come extra executive director Marty Hartman admits the goal is an ambitious one we are incredibly confident because we know that we have incredible neighbors that are leading into this crisis of homelessness that see those children that see those families and want to make sure they can do something to be part of the solution and bring them inside the cash should be used to operate a new shelter providing two hundred and seventy five beds and more their goal is to raise two million dollars.
The Fatherhood Playbook - The Elementary Years
"This podcast is for men husbands and fathers in all stages of life where we promote and advocate Ruben Biblical principles relieving a lasting lasting legacy lance last time we talked about these stages we were on phase one and early development and before we get into phase two do which I'm thankful that I am out of face to which as you ages five twelve years elementary years we kind of wanted to do a little bit of I don't know if we want to call it house cleaning but maybe we'll say home focusing and some different stages or styles of parenting the along this journey with that Lance. What do you think yeah just for all the listeners if he didn't hear the first podcast first podcast uh-huh. What was this is crazy Africa era over here? I don't know what's going on now. If you guys didn't hear the first per cut podcast. Why can't I say that word today podcast if you didn't hear the first podcast either by to go back and listen to it but it kind of talks about where this thing came from essentially what we're looking for when I started off in parenting parenting else look for two things and authentic biblical parenting philosophy apparent gloss visa had a proven track record of producing children. WHO become christ-centered adults in the first one? We talked Dante member. We talked a lot about Barna research. It's just a lot of the research out there. That said hey listen. If you WANNA raise kids who grew up to be Senator Dole some certain things you can look at that are actually based on research evidence based practices that will help you get there so I invite you guys if you didn't listen to that. Go back and listen to it but today. We're GONNA Kinda that was the first one was birth through five years today. We're going to cover her five years through elementary and will be a good idea to you know so. We'll put some of these books so these links. Maybe it'd be WANNA buy them on Amazon Lance. If you can link it up revolutionary parenting yeah yeah it's going to do if eighth tim show some timmel stuff sure and get resource for our listeners. I won't I won't even put those like annoying. what do you call it like. When would if you buy it through us. We get a kickback type. I would just be like hey go on Amazon finding if you came into like money or you WanNa you know do a legacy dad's retreat you know and you just want to donate that to to the Bible one three C. You know we'll get that up and running out in Idaho or somewhere like that. If you get a million dollar resort you just WANNA. Give us what will work. We'll spend the rest of our day's work in you know fulltime with Dad's getting this stuff straight but for all the other listeners like like Lance and I you know we don't want a nickel and dime you and Hey we want you guys getting as much from from this as we do and were accountable to you guys as you are to us so we hope that what we say what we do and going forward especially in these next few moments. We don't want to offend but we definitely want you to test what we're saying against scripture absolutely so so to your talk about this so I wrote that it's been about ten years now since I wrote that original blog post on overprotective. Teke parenting and Matt. I remember when I wrote this thing you know. I was talking about the dangers of why this parenting style it. It just had long term implications everything that I read everything from you know Biblical stuff that my mentors were teaching me said this is just a bad route to go down to but man. Can you tell you what I would. I wouldn't into some of the popular Christian parenting forums and I was talking about this like hey this overprotective parenting stuff is really bad and you would the thought I went in there and burned Bible because I had literally you know parents coming out of the woodwork mom's coming out of the woodwork. Just basically saying like you are absolutely wrong. You don't know what you're talking about. We have to protect our kids. We have to do you know and and it was just like I think maybe because they were probably in and that overprotective phase they didn't want to hear it but you know so low behold a lot of researchers come out recently that was in the last is ten years since I wrote this podcast had says stuff is just destructive and if you don't know what we're talking about so overprotective parenting and over protective parent wants to protect the child from harm hurt and pain unhappiness bad experience rejection hurt feelings failure disappointment sin those types the things so but the way they try to do it. They try to create this unrealistic environment like environment. That's completely free of any sin or outside influence or media and they use really get involved in the over management of the decisions and lives of the children so for the guys out there like me than the android also wetlands is saying that the parents don't like the fact that there's winners and loser's so they'll take the score out of a kid's baseball game and everybody wins and everybody gets trophies at the end of the game layman's yeah yeah and I think some of it's not even that some of it was crazy stuff like you know I'm not GonNa wit. Let my kids watch Disney movies because you know like like I remember this this slip big topic. It was like I'm not going to let my kids watch a lad and because there's a genie and it promotes magic and analysts stuff like that and I was kind sound like that is that is that really is that what we're afraid of is that I mean with all the things you know. We're going to be afraid of Disney's Aladdin but you some of the critical things you see. I think is like a lot of times. Were let's see the kid. The kid falls or gets hurts or something like that and it's like like mom running into took like comfort the kid when there's no distress or what I saw a lot Christian parents is to is trying to create these overly really strict rules that if you know to try to keep the child from doing anything wrong or punishment that didn't fit the crime. Abbas like overly harsh discipline for really minor offenses in them make any cognitive Kabila's no decisions yeah no you're not you're not developing their cognitive thought in the sense that they have to ask you to go to the bathroom and I mean yeah. I actually know parents that legitimately hear kids ask mom. Can I go to the bathroom and you know and Dante. I'll say I mean we're we're. We're we're kind of you know being tongue in cheek in beating these parents l. but but I I honestly believe this because I used to get really harsh and I was like why can't you see this is so destructive obstructive but you know when I was doing the parenting conference and I would actually talk to parents I on this was a mean I'm being honest here and being graceful and I think a lot of these parents like like what while I think they were trying to be overprotective really out of a sense of love for the child. The problem was is that there are philosophy and their methodology that they you you tried to accomplish with was flawed and it often had disastrous results in it and it wasn't based on anything Biblical I don't know where in my Bible Dante too I read over and over fear this fear that fear that you know fear all these things of fear. Yeah live a life of fear and make sure our kids grow up to know that they need to be fear based of everything in the world and what I believe the Bible commands us over and over his fear not fear not fear not now. If if you're listening don't get me wrong. We're not talking about you know telling three year olds to go hang out in the bad part of town. Send them at the mall. You know at six years old I mean we there's boundaries that kids need every child needs boundaries. Yeah it's age appropriate but but I think we in yeah yeah and I think look what you were saying on to. Its if the child is of the age where they can make a decision for themselves but the parent is still making that decision for them. That's that that's kind of an issue. You know so you know. I was thinking about this when we were going to do this podcast and I so I just looked up because as I really haven't looked a lot at the overprotective parenting stuff or you know years and years now so I just punched into Google to see what I come up with and the crazy thing is is for as much grief as I got for writing that post ten years later we now have a bunch of peer reviewed research and results of the negative effects of this style of parenting and some of the research and these are actual like peer reviewed clinical research that was done in some of the stuff. I saw is pretty scary. It's like overprotective. Parenting parenting has been proven to increase levels of like social problems hyper aggression children becoming more antisocial increase lying to parents against developing anxiety disorders having greater dependence on parents as they grow older greater risk-taking as they get to the teen years lower self esteem him and actually higher rates of being bullied so I mean there was not anything I could find that was really positive about being overprotective overprotective or coddling your children so yeah I throw that out there and and Dante it sounds like you've had some experience with this and like I said said I really think I think parents are there. They think this is they think it's they're doing it out of love but they just go overboard in some of these areas what do you what do you think on that. Dante yeah and it's almost to the point like you almost wish for a moment in time you could just pull them up out of that tree of that child well that's in front of them and have them look over like the gamut of all parents and all kids and just to see you know what like some good processes says versus bad processes and you know if you you know if you're Kinda resembling or you're getting a little bit offended that we're we're poking into your backyard here on the overprotective detect apparent you know likewise. There's the other side of the spectrum on the parent that is completely disengaged and bold. Have you know negative constraints and not good for the child development. You know whether we like it or not. Children do need boundaries. Mom Dad you know if you live on a busy street and you're over protective and you know that going into the middle of that street you know will cause pain in your helicopter on that. This is not what we're talking about but we're talking about the things where you're having the child live out of fear in this case we're apparent literally up until like eighteen year olds asking their their their mom if they could go to the bathroom you know in having me say of course you go to the bathroom. You're you're a guy you want to go right here. I would suggest you don't do that in front of the women but go behind Bush and having the mother look at me but basically knowing that hey look you can try and practices at home but I have a relationship with his child to that aim flying Ryan and and so it wasn't me being a jerk or whatever but just having fun with it being lighthearted leading the kid relax and showing that hey you know you gotta grow up you gotTa to pass that torch and and the the caution that I want to say if you are finding yourself that you're micromanage everything of to this kid where they go to school what sports tape and or your overcome packing their schedule realized that as much as we think that we're developing the child as land says scientific aim typic- and this isn't just christian-based this is you know pure raw data that you are in that we are inadvertently causing distress and just worry and that can metamorphasized into a whole bunch of other things
Dealing With Boredom in Life
"And with that i wanna thank one of our listeners one of our readers and <hes> person that's shout to on social media and basically just asking asking lance you and i <hes> you know hard-working guy involve not that he's not disconnected or anything else like that but just finding himself bored board and you know lance you and i had the privilege of going down to a a men's ministry event twelve thousand plus. We sponsored it. We were down there in <hes> at really saw a group of seventy five guys that we were with lord move but i remember there is one passer that we've come to really respect over the years match handler and you would just anointed by the spirit and he said you know guys want to tell you. The most dangerous thing in american household right now is a board matt yep. Would you say about that. Yeah i think martin lloyd james also said something along the lines of like sin sin as always in some sense a life of boredom and i think that's what it is when we're bored. That's what we're going to start getting in trouble. That's what we're going to start doing some things you know and i looked at some statistics on this. This is funny that the barna group found that they did a survey and i think i've talked about the book christian before <hes> but <hes> barna group went out and did a survey of what unbelievers think of christians in sixty eight percent seventy percent of unbelievers said christians are just boring and then you take on top of that fewer than ten percent of american churches are able to establish and maintain a vibrant men's ministry so i think we can point fingers at some so at ourselves ourselves a little bit here too but i think a lot of some of it too is on us donte as guys and i think i mean i said as i know i know a lot of people who who are out doing some pretty dangerous stuff for god's kingdom that took them you know pursuing that in pursuing in god and pursuing what god had in store with their lives i mean i understand onto i mean not everybody can be as cool as me and just so you have a job or i'm constantly jet-setting all over the world and <hes> you know do do an undercover work and all that <hes> you know if you work if if you were going you know in finance or something like that it probably is pretty boring being being husband father but i think god's called us to more than that. What do you think of that. We're where's joann she. Can you go grab my way hawaii. Nobody nobody nobody seriously. I mean i think you know sometimes we fall into this routine of you know in in in our twenties we we have those wild adventurous things and you go out and do some crazy stuff. I'm not saying necessarily sin but just doing some doing some a little bit more adventurous exciting things and then we start settling down and we start getting in our careers and getting married and having kids and then it's like okay this is it now my life's become boring and honestly i think i think it's somewhat out of a choice and i think i get it. You know some guys are working hard to work long hours where can swing shift something like that but i think you've gotta keep it. We've talked about this with the marriage and certainly with the kids. You've got to keep it fresh and you got to keep it. You've got you've got to put some excitement adventure in your life or like you say like matt chandler said once we get bored man. We're going to start fallen towards other things that are you know we get we get small adrenaline russia's from sports and hobbies and drinking porn and whatever else that's where sins going to sneak in and that's that's a dangerous
Why and How Are Documents Redacted?
"Recently, the American public got its first look at special counsel, Robert Muller's to volume report on the investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and some may have been startled to see how much of the four hundred and forty eight page document about seven point two five percents of the text. According to the news, website, FOX had been blacked out by us attorney general William bar, each blacked-out word or passage was labeled with a color coded notation indicating the legal justification for withholding that material these included potential harm to an ongoing legal matter. The need to conceal investigative techniques, personal privacy, and grand jury testimony which generally must be kept secret under rule six of the federal rules of procedure in less judge issues a waiver. The House Judiciary committee, still subpoenaed. The uncensored report and bars. Explanations didn't quell the widespread curiosity about what it was the bar decided that we shouldn't see we spoke with Michael revenue, sqi an attorney, who's an expert and the release of government documents through the freedom of information act. He said, there's something psychological about it. If you see a document with blocked out sections your eyes go to it, and you wonder what's under there. Welcome to the arcane secretive subculture of redaction, which is the practice of removing or concealing portions of documents before publication. It's a phenomenon that most ordinary Americans probably are unfamiliar with as evidenced by the four thousand percent spike in the number of searches for redact and redacted on the Miriam Webster, dictionary website, on the day that bar sent a letter to congress revealing that he would release a redacted version, a Muller's report. But attorneys journalists and historical researchers are custom to blackout spaces on documents as a consequence of dealing with sensitive, subjects redacting has long been part of government imposed secrecy. When former CIA employee Victor Marchetti and his co author, John, D Marx sought to publish a book on the CIA in the early nineteen seventies government censors who had a thirty to review the book under Marchetti employment contract. Redacted one hundred sixteen pages from the text the book was published with blank spaces showing the location of the redacted, passages decades later documents obtained using the freedom of information. Act are still sometimes riddled with blank squares over faces and photographs and black. Bars over words and sentences and sometimes entire pages. But it's not just the government in the legal world attorneys routinely. Redact portions of documents that are to be turned over during the discovery process in civil lawsuits. Those deletions occur in order to protect attorney client privilege attorney's work product for clients commercially sensitive information and information, not relevant to the litigation. Other reductions are required by the courts themselves to protect personal information such as social security numbers from misuse, one of the things about redaction is that, while there are rules about, what should be redacted. There aren't really a lot of hard and fast rules about how to block out that material for years attorneys, and government officials often simply used black markers to conceal sensitive portions of documents, which were then photocopied. So that someone couldn't hold the paper up to the light and read censored words in the mid two, thousands as more and more documents begin to be distributed in the laconic forum, both the government and private sector law firm, started shifting to redacting the digital files themselves using software tools. These days attorneys involved in big. Corporate lawsuits often use e discovery platforms, which allow them to manage massive amounts of documents in which contained tools for redacting portions, though, you can also safely redact information using programs like adobe acrobat pro assuming that you're working with PDF's. But regardless of what technology is used. It's necessary to go through documents individually and figure out what to mask, which is a time intensive process. In the case of the Miller report, Barna staff, apparently, scanned a printed copy of the report, redacted it, and then printed and scanned it again to create a new digital copy that excess of caution resulted in a low quality image that wasn't searchable since then the department of Justice has published a searchable version as well, but digital redaction isn't always foolproof once fisted, high tech method for reading redact words in the document involves analyzing their links, and comparing them to other words with the same length on the page and guardian reporter, John Swain found that he could view redacted text in a court document, and the Paul Manafort case by copying and pasting it into a Microsoft Word document. Matthew Ingram of the Columbia journalism review explained quote this likely happened because someone either drew over the unwanted text with black highlighter tool in Microsoft, Word, or used adobe acrobats reduction tools, but forgot to merge them with the original document. We also spoke with Mark Sade a Washington, DC based attorney who specializes in national security law and frequently deals with productions, he said, I don't trust technology. Even if there's a safety mechanism someone will invent something that overrides it thus Zayd generally shoes, electric reduction, his preferred method is to, quote, literally cut it out with scissors, and then photocopy the page it's a really sloppy looking reduction. But no one will ever see what I cut out in other instances, if he's instructed by the government to redact information from a document. He deletes the text and types, the number of words and deleted, by the request of the CIA in its place, but manual reductions on actual paper can go awry to Zabre calls wants receiving Zimmer redacted documents in a case, and discovering that he could hold them up and read the words to the black ink whoever sent them had provided the original pages, rather than making a photocopy. Zayd says that even when information in court papers is redacted. It's sometimes possible to figure out what's in the blackout sections, the client may be able to identify a witness or piece together, what was said in a discussion in which he or she participated, for example. But generally, they explained that it's not wise to speculate, as even educated guesses can be wrong. He gave the example of a freedom of information act, litigation connected with the DP Cooper sky jacking case, he said, we thought a document pertain to a particular person who is dead. But when Zayd gave the government copy of the man's obituary in an effort to get the full document released the told Zayd he assumed wrong and the document was about someone
Senate Judiciary Committee votes on William P. Barr nomination
"News bars nomination as attorney general is headed to the full Senate for confirmation vote after he passed the Senate Judiciary committee, South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says he gave a ringing endorsement about bar when the president mentioned he was thinking about selecting him. He asked about Bill Barna said that would be that'll be a great choice. I think because you know, what you're getting and he's got the judgment. But also you can expect from him to be fair. The public intruder the law. Democrats raise concerns about bars not committing the eventual findings special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation. House Democrats are expressing concern about acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker who was threatening to cancel his planned appearance before a house committee tomorrow morning, unless Democrats who control the committee dropped the threat to subpoena him, they say, the acting attorney general will testify that at no time did the White House ask for or did the acting attorney general provide any promises or commitments concerning the special counsel's investigation, but they go on to say, we do not believe however that the committee may legitimately expect the acting attorney general to discuss his communications with the president. And that's the whole fight here. Correspondent Laura Jarrett Whitaker accused the House Judiciary committee of creating a
"barna" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Mobile by sprint, I guess credo mobile is becoming Barna team mobile. I don't know. We'll have to talk about that. But this is the problem that senior legal analyst time is addressing right now antitrust law, right senior legal analyst time. I I took the antitrust laws the antitrust classes in law school. I was very interested in them. Then I remain interested in them. Now, we still have on the books a lots and lots of antitrust laws. They have not been enforced there gathering dust on the shelf, and it's really a shame because our economies rigged fixed in many many ways. So let's talk. About cell phones. President Obama President Obama when he was President Obama said no when T mobile in eighteen we're going to merge, right? They were going to merge the cell phones. President Obama said he can meet there's only four companies in this space. I'm not leading to the merge, forget it and President Obama's the barber to Justice said new, and so it didn't happen. But there's a new administration in town. If you haven't noticed and T mobile said I will by sprint instead. And so t mobile announced that they were going to by sprint and the very next day. John Legere and of the t mobile and a whole bunch of top team old people started showing up in spending extravagantly at the Trump DC hotel in that former whatever it was train station. Whatever it is. You don't have to send me an Email. I don't care. I really don't care. All I need to know is it Benedict Donald's got a hotel and what I what I do care about. He's like care about Benedict.
"barna" Discussed on Haunted Places
"The echoing halls inmates. Shuffled by heads down is they can't some of them are dead Lockhart knows this every day. He walks with the dead. He sits in the yard cold feet, numb thinkers fights breakout. This wants throat slit that one beaten to a pulp with a soap Barna suck. They dragged the bodies away. They're thrown into an unknown grave their blood stays behind soaks into the soil. Some of them return to walk the halls with Lockhart heads unstable atop their slit throats, swollen beaten faces moaning incomprehensibly gray meals. Slimy. Loose blobs. He tastes the rust of the plate. He tastes something bowel an unknown, but he eats. But dead watch him. They smile they mock him they say, it's fruitless he will always be hungry, but still he eats. He returns to his cell cold feet numb thinkers, the prison makes noises from both the living and the debt. This is the time they share together. This is the time both embrace their madness sleep comes. The sounds remain. His dreams are the same as waking life cold feet. Numb fingers. The rough blanket, scratches his soul..
"barna" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Hi, janice. I had a big factor. I flipped on bail. Mary. Found a bottle hurry on the back of my neck when they get the very. I have Bank wind down every damn pay. Pikit pain. Radiation treatment. Canape? Don't lie out gang so much weight. Having panel. Hi tale that. One thing you want to look at it. I think is is really important on this like that in having an injury from a fall can be a challenge. But you know, one of the keys you gotta look twos. Cutting down the inflammation in the body. And also the nervous system if it's not working effectively, then the healing process is gonna take a lot longer than nutrition's. Not right. So if you don't have enough minerals, and you don't have enough vitamin d in the body as well. Then the healing process is not gonna go as quickly and as well as it needs to. So that's the area you have to look at is getting that built up and getting support as much as possible. That's what I want to encourage you to do, you know Barna. That's what's going to work the most fish oils, really good cod liver oil one of my favorites that can help tremendously and I would look into getting that supported as much as possible and building a good game plan around it because.
"barna" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"Piece of shit tray with trae simba i laugh because i was like the rock samoan i don't know he was half lack of god damn son that's for you that's something else is my life when you barna pan cook tea too long or so far tape we just had to govern sation into why last week you guys he of us saying pan grace the two of you talking about how he was black and some of the no competition could possibly or he was saying that i remember now i have forgotten oh my somehow wrong right now yes okay some also my favorite cookie samo we learned that she flew santa myla chief toss outside chief was hitting like a motherfucker nobody regard chief arnold my on how do i guess for about the leave we've done enough by body route heads rock does hit and we were not done that to indians i had to add this saad note tokes forgot to mention at the beginning the podcast out went to the dmv the reason i went to the dmv with my wife is because she had already lift and come back to the house fucking twice because the first time she forgot her wallet and the second time she went there they informed her that she had to have her marriage license not just her new social security card which makes no sense to me but as i said everybody there is i dump stinky fucking idiot lunatic so she so stressed out an like what jesus christ by just don't just don't go just go another day and then she said something that reminded me so much of my mother that it made me shudder she goes i fucking half two corey i put on god damn makeup this morning i'm fucking gumming as i was scared and so therefore i went with her so that i could come for her on her journey anyways i let that out by the first part and i thought it was so stupid and funny that i wanted to include it here love you by skew i know i'll do this now i don't have to add the little thing in thank you for listen to the whale red show would loves vic around longer but we got to go tune in next week if you've got nothing to do thank you god bless you good not and skis of your seatbelts motherfuckers.
"barna" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"I tried to write a column for usa today let's have a conversation about guns i never i never granted any premise for gun control whatsoever let's have a conversation what i was inundated with for the next week people on my own side claiming i was selling out guns go read the column i never advocated one syllable of gun control the whole was a fun week then the whole column meanwhile people their side we will we stop selling people machine guns we haven't done that since nineteen thirty six every fallacy was clear that either didn't know what they were talking about and they were they were proud of not knowing what they were talking about because you're just a bit and we don't have to know what you think my conundrum is my christian faith does not permit me the luxury of ceasing to attempt to have conversations with people that don't agree or believe as i do i'm not i'm not obligated i'm not permitted to build my own private idaho i can't do this i mean i know we just had a barna poll that showed barely majority of american christians what the great commission is remember that yeah but it's our it's our charts i am commanded i don't believe that means i make my kids ponds of your culture war their kids not adults i'm gonna dole i'm a believer when i was a child go back to the very beginning of this podcast when i was a child i thought smoking reason this child when became an adult citizen childish things i'm gonna don't now so i'm not permitted to not engage done that doesn't mean i offer myself up as a as a human sacrifice i offer my body up to christ as a living sacrifice that's different but i'm not permitted to just pop in the clutch and say well you know you guys we don't get to be jona in the veggietales version under an umbrella waiting for the sulphur to fall on niniveh we don't get to do that so i'm under this obligation that i have to continually engage even under the increasing likelihood that nothing will no investment will be rewarded or at least not the one i'm hoping for at that time is it frustrating do i feel like i open myself up to be fooled to be taken advantage of yeah but you know what happened there's been plenty of you that have seen our willingness to do that to the brian stelter is of the world and others even when it didn't have any hope or expectation of of being reciprocated or getting a return on investment.
IHOP's name change: What does IHOb stand for?
"Pre ihop says it's changing its branding to call itself i hob with a beef burgers instead of p for pancakes quite novel has reaction the name change isn't permanent but the international house of pancakes tweeted a short clip of pancakes being swapped for burgers to promote its non breakfast items it wasn't long before other restaurants took to twitter themselves fast food chain wendy's tweeting not really afraid of the burgers from a place that decided pancakes were too hard and water burger chiming in tweeting as much as we love our pancakes we'd never change our name to what a pancake the big reveal surprised a lot of people who thought the b would stand for breakfast but the restaurant confirmed it's pushing its burgers i'm clayton a few to performed at harlem's legendary apollo theater tuesday night in an invite only concert says taking the stage at the apollo has been on his bucket list for years decades ago barna wrote the song angel of.
"barna" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Welcome back issues i'm dan syria and it's great to be your about away way i told you in the last segment told you are earlier in the week that we'd be having george barna here with a george barna if you don't know barna research george barna started born every search about nineteen eighty four he is now i sold that in two thousand and six or seven or somewhere in that neighborhood and is now the president or executive director of american culture for faith and faith institute and i don't think there's too many christians more quoted from pulpits and in books and surveys and political campaigns then george barna george welcome thank you for being with us oh thanks so you did a great survey that i was so excited about when i saw it in in reference to economics and what people know don't don't know what their kneejerk reaction is to statements and it was very very telling and i want to tell everybody listening please write this down culture faith dot com culture faith dot com you need to go to the website number one to sign up for the newsletter and get the newsletter that comes out because it's so informative you'll be amazed but culture faith dot com and i guess they can still find.
"barna" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Welcome back financial issues i'm dan syria great to be here and by the way i told you in the last segment told you are earlier in the week that we'd be having george barna here with a stewart's barna if you don't know barna research george barna started born a research about one thousand nine hundred eighty four he is now sold that in two thousand and six or seven or somewhere in that neighborhood and is now the president or executive director of american culture for faith and faith institute and i don't think there's too many christians more quoted from pulpits and in books and surveys and political campaigns then george barna george welcome thank you for being with us oh thanks so you did a great survey that i was so excited about when i saw it in in reference to economics and what people know don't know and what their knee jerk reaction is to statements and it was very very telling and i wanna tell everybody listening please write this down culture faith dot com culture faith dot com you need to go to the website number one to sign up for the newsletter and get the newsletter that comes out because it's so informative you'll be amazed but culture faith dot com and i guess they can still find.
"barna" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"A four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three so the reason i was talking about trade and what is happening with trade the big the big deal is if markets continue to go up you're going to have to see some of the european leaders we got g seven meeting coming up new already saying they're not gonna signed any agreement because of trade and you know what they better rethink that because if if these markets continue to go up here and we aren't impacted and don't care much about tariffs that's going to be problem for the your zone the yours oh markets will care about it they will have a problem with it and it's going to impact them same with the asian markets as well making no mistake about it and boy you know the last thing they need eurozone or the asia markets is united states to imperfectly that's not a good thing because to tariffs are going to hurt them for more than they're gonna hurt us and they don't want us to be in recognition of that too soon i wouldn't think so it's gonna be interesting to see what happens to g seven some summit what's what goes on there and what comes out of there so we'll watch it it's going to be interesting eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three hey tomorrow about this is not about at this time tomorrow george barn is going to be with us george barna of course the great pollster the nobody nobody puts together surveys and research like like george barna george barna you know is is considered to be the most quoted christian in the country you you're always hearing george barna from the pulpit saying you know the christian community says and he breaks things down in the secular community non nonbelievers born again christians catholics and protestants that's how he breaks it down and it's great information it's unbelievable and he did a research project that is on their website you really need to go get it because it is some amazing information it's gonna quip you is what it's gonna do leading up to the november elections and elections after that it's information you're going to need to have and wanna read because i find it just fascinating how things changed from people wanting to be a socialist nation to say socialism's not so good and you'll you'll be interested in it and you can find it a culture faith dot com sure dot com culture faith all one word culture faith dot com check it.
"barna" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"You should know the new god god god girl use human unique good girl you should know dan of fatah's need minute madno then it begin cold feet i make the snow say i'm a resident in a public okay barna not well what does that the no you montenegrin could not do that when it posed peres lords the girl you should know karen handel god god god you'll soon you unique good oh no cure love you woo no you can't go you'll serrano oh god god god god use you hadn't you can is suit sleeve this is the thing on the impact boss i got going forward ricki and again and the out of it give me the blair's but i don't who voted against the three new members by the end of the day with the fan the the deal you the hey man the the the deal to open the door darren criss doubtful and scott india the this agency the the interview the dick van dyke show the deal the the that had to do oh the dan the defeat the big yes the woman the defence the deal if you don't be you the debate the deal two two the the deal the wildin 94 nine deby's number one hit music station are we so c lewis the the of ideas and ways of doing everything he can keep his joining the north atlantic given the mcdonough mcguinness volume but against them you thought about everything would have illegal berklee logistic know you thought you down looking the decline of a better player noise would it on thomas plan for you larry loyal for them up at night what else it a redrawing of the more you drive i wish i could say sorry sue now the man soon these was his salary.
"barna" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"On moon when he was bill molly on the nif would question the case the only time you mentioned religion which when you ragged what's from barna uh the quote from case the you right anybody would support why aren't you mentioning religion dozen fat bring a a special the strength to a first amendment right not the solar no no it's a great question uh i was the main laboring or it adf to put together the cirque petition and we included both a challenge under a question presented under the free speech clause in under the free exercise clause and when the supreme court granted review they said were only going to hear the free speech question so that's why you have not been hearing us even though uh there's with many of the people involved at these pregnancy help centers they're motivated by their religious beliefs to be pro life uh that's just not an issue the spring where it's going to concentrate on so we've been basically focusing on freedom of speech that all on so that he the no i i don't know i the the i think it is frequent at the supreme court where the advocates will put in a certain petition several questions presented to get the whole cover the whole range of a particular constitutional provision that will allow them to win and sometimes a spring portal say yeah will will take all those questions presented and with some frequency to say now we're just going to narrow it down.
"barna" Discussed on WLAC
"I'm on all kinds of pain that sent that i don't why gang so much weight i was his column to see if he had have any kind of natural ideals that that could be helpful for me yeah one thing you wanna look at and i think is is really important on this and and follow like that in in having an injury from a fall can be a challenge but you know one of the keys you've got to look at twos cutting down the inflammation in the body and also the nervous system if it's not working effectively then the healing process is going to take a lot longer if the nutrition is not right safe you don't have enough minerals and you don't have enough vitamin d in the body as well than the healing process it is not going to go as quickly as well as it needs to to that theory you have to look at is getting that built up and getting it support as much as possible that's what i want encourage you to do you know barna that's was gonna work most of fish oils really good cod liver oil one of my favorites that can help tremendously and i would look into to getting that supported as much as possible and building a good game plan around it because with eating logo i cmic carbohydrates your healthy proteins are your lean proteins rather new healthy fats that's going to create a good foundation overall now beef sex vitamin b six can be helpful as well as vitamin b five you can look at that now the other two is your rescue arrest patterns are going to be important so you want to make sure you're getting enough rest in from the day to day and it's going to help a lot in the healing as well triple eight two eight three seven two seven two as aaa two eight three seventy seven to give us a call exercises a hot topic right so do you do cardio aliji walk for an hour or do you get in the gem for two hours you go play racquetball what do you do well with type 2 diabetes we've always talked about diet and that's what we intend.
"barna" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Uh it's the best adaptation of a movie to a video game ever barna no doubt it that is not up for debate if you don't have to do this we can go watch the movie goldeneye and then play the game afterward that's like six hours of fun right there and it's nuts how good of a job they did of walking youth through the movie with the game like you go through all the memorable phases of the movie playing the game is she's a fun ask game the graphics shit but it's still incredible like there's nothing like taken out that little whatever it is a walter pp seven with a silencer on pop in a block shaped russian guy in the head as that's live in the dream another of amazing multiplayer gear very fun multiple in ah the the difference here and and that's where most of my goal my fun came from was it as a multiplayer situation yeah it was like the first game i can remember having that kind of experience on multiplayers the thing about this one if you compare it to mario cart mario kuddus a game that at the battle mode we could be playing right now before we went to palm oil world but let's say we're in college dokic mario cart is a perfect game to battle mode to drink beer for you go out yeah because you get eliminated your you're balloons is appear whatever and you're sore chilling yeah goma is a much more serious intent situation oh yeah you are gaby folk like your ear in this zone neither there is no time to take a sip of of a a natural light beer now you got the anxiety of somebody could pop around the quarter it in his ever know when those when those are the ma you know yes should see if you could blow up at any point in there so it was so some fuck are has golden gun suddenly all takes is one shot where to get that i dunno i dunno but goldeneye yeah it's a good one a classic oh yeah.
"barna" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"This is not your over the top six big your budget craziness this is i want to get married in graham and grandpa's barna and we have five thousand dollars in how can we do this on a budget now one thousand dollars very reasonable for a wedding obviously jerry you can do a lot with five thousand dollars for a wedding yeah we talked more i think most people look at you know forty fifty thousand fifty thousand dollars the average wedding in two thousand sixteen was over thirty thousand dollars which is average go to the east coast new jersey new york city your sixfigure weddings are probably the norm while an but there are a lot of couples who are just looking to do something different and you really hit the nail on the head that's what i'm all about so i do not think you need to spend thirty thousand dollars to have abuse a full meaningful wedding short at is what both my product base business and also my podcast are really truly centered on comments here on facebook once for my sister who said my daughters having a barn wedding to exclamation point and then my niece who's the one getting married says j in thinking about such your lunch to now did you know that there were having a barn wedding john yes okay yeah i i don't know if my nieces a procrastinator earth she just likes to take longtime planning because we got to save the date for some time in two thousand nineteen oh that's a lotta time to very proactive they could build the barn and their time absolutely but she's really excited about the you mentioned succulent and i remember that's our rather recent development using succulent right and wedding bouquets in people always want a memento from their wedding you know i know that my wife from our wedding press.
"barna" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Put yourself do hard things boyce and that's how we become men i preview of today's television show todd what do you want to preview the audience point them towards today very interesting conversation with george barna hard to listen to at times a good man there but it just yet another reminder and we've had several of them this week that people on air quotes our side are all over the map on what they think happen in 2016 and where we go from here you've been talking about kids steve you know when your kid is acting out and you know they're better than this because they've shown a time and time again but in that moment they just don't wanna hear it they're going to act out they're going to deny the very truth that they've accepted many times before even then they were a couple of years younger that's where we are as a culture right now we queasy in so many ways we are in this fog or we just can't be reason with an i think it's going to make for some very hard lessons yeah this is a day in and really every day is is the same way that if you're this is just a shameless plug but i really do believe it if you're missing the tv show and you're just getting the po the free podcast you're really missing out on the whole message because if it was just the if it was just the the tv show that we did today we would probably be all all be going home upset again about the the the course of of how things are progressing and if it was just the if is just the podcast today i think you know there would be some some meat on the bones maybe that was lawn not saying that that that was not meat on the bones but it would just be lacking something you really got to watch the tv show today i mean everything that we talked about especially the conversation george barna uh y you gotta check that out and steve's opening monologue.
"barna" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Amazing each other with where we're going winger minds area and the what we're still pretty good at it you guys you sydney hang out for an hour to robots through for a here and sometimes he while we're watching something that's not recovery and therefore with sleep that i wore wake him because he drives home i'm saying he poverty batteries sleeps here them falls behind also sued barna wheel was i think he told me about movies that you will you like watching movies but certain phrases whole yeah the that's true with and it's really assad with the born you know the bornface series here and those phrases are secure the perimeter walk all doors and of some abhran character in the movie says get some rest if those those words are in the movie the movies a good move and as you get all the unsee people as much anymore no that's true and why do you think that is time and i think it has to do i really believe they all that whole thing they say where you're born alone you die alone yeah that bit yeah well i think what happens is you get older you start thinking about uh you know that and also that you don't want to spend any time with anybody that's gonna win noise you or it make it uncomfortable and as you get older reeler realized that there are more and more people that annoy you so you will limit your your world keeps narrowing and getting narrower this happens at a subconscious lover conscious where i think it's unconscious i don't think it's i don't think you're consciously saying i think i'm gonna blue narrow my world now no you you think.