35 Burst results for "Barnett"

When's the Best Time to Get a Flu Shot?

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

When's the Best Time to Get a Flu Shot?

"To spread. Healthcare workers say This is not the year to skip your flu shot. Giant grocery stores began giving out flu shots early this month, weeks before the October start of the flu season. Samir Belisle runs Giants pharmacies this ball. He's expecting a potential onslaught of people wanting covid boosters and flu vaccines. If you have the patient in the chair, it's just another shot. So it's more so. The influx of individuals Loudon County Health Officer Dr David Good friend says, Wait a few more weeks to get your flu shot. So your immunity doesn't window by the height of the season in January and February, having to deal with flu and our doctors Offices on top of Covid. It's just something that is an added burden on our health care system. Barnett w. T. O P. News Liberty University is seeing an uptick in covid cases.

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Aide Who Accused Cuomo of Groping Speaks Out

Barnett Financial Hour w/ Rick Barnett

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Aide Who Accused Cuomo of Groping Speaks Out

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo could face misdemeanor charges if investigators substantiate a criminal complaint, accusing him of sexually assaulting an aide, Sheriff Craig Apple says he spoke for an hour with executive assistant number one identified in the state attorney general's report who says Cuomo groped her breasts and he plans to investigate further at that point, depending on the facts and the circumstances. We'll sit down with the district attorney and make a decision to move forward with a criminal charge. As for that possible criminal charge against the governor, it would probably be a misdemeanor, possibly a couple. He's promising a comprehensive investigation. We're not going to rush this because of who he is. We're not going to delay it because who he is promo denies groping the woman he's facing calls to step down and the possibility of

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"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"Jovana here and i am delighted to tell you that this series of happy baby. The podcast is sponsored by a accardo. Who is the. Uk's largest dedicated on my supermarket with a bigger range of products than any other suv market so every taste needs owed budget. That isn't a accardo just for you. I have been using them. I think for over six years there. A massive parma life. To be honest. We've had times where we've been completely vegan ovarian and right now. We have certain days of the week where we decided to go meat free and they have a huge range of vegan and veggie fines so we like diving in there and we tried different things. Each week is quite exciting that way because we're not just going from a small selection. There is so much to choose from also one. if. I know that i've got to get a bottle for school or toys for some birthday party. They also have the aspect of it as well as if it's not just groceries. There's so much more to it. Also carter's top-quality own range. I mean the not only the price is due out because they are brilliant but it's also super fresh and there's so much to choose from.

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"People who can assist on various things gurus. The soldiers cycled. You could write a letter motherhood this we do. Who would it be to. And what would you say. I wrote alaska to myself the day. Before i gave birth welcoming myself but work of everything i liked about my job and what i thought i was okay at and it was called maternity latitude myself. So welcome myself back. Because i thought donahue i'm going to be on the other side of this and i reread it the night before and i've still got sand. He was really lovely of completely forgotten. I did that so we've just so. I'm never told anyone i is is. I can see it here on my desktop. So i probably would in some selfish way right something to myself but i might some of my niece and might might something to her. She's very young. She's only she's only age but quite lights are something to a younger woman and i would quite like to to tell them that it would be good to know a bit more about your body and your health earlier than when you're ready to to dry. I think that would be good advice. And i would use I would also advise them to. What's the phrase Not slow down but sort of be ready for the pace to challenge. I do think. Because especially in bigger cities like london manchester. We were having babies later. Yeah i think we're living longer without children as women and that shift is quite brousseau so i. I think we can't do this. Thing where girls are. More are outperforming boys in school and university typically and then live grinding halt when they become a mother and i know that i've gone back and it's being pay so far but i've just been meeting elaine glazes to stand up for motherhood to many women are not able priced out by childcare that they're in also situations where they cannot receive life again and i would try and equip her with some of the advice and lessons around that sort of topic as well.

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"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"Work or even having a job to combat to plays out but just speaking from my own experience getting back on atta first week i really was i just. I want to kick the tires. Mc hammer brain is on. I wanna push it and feel it is just about a reclamation reclaiming yourself is but was that i think you you want to pay the person that you would whether you want to commit an exact same way. You don't want to be made to fail lessons you're going in. You know not the same as you were and in terms of of your engine traces. How do you feel about your body now. Has it changed from coming from a place where we talked earlier. And i think whenever you find out that something isn't quite working with your body you have that sense of failure or that it's failed you. How do you feel towards it now. I know that this sort of endo's rearing its ugly head again and But has it altered. I feel like i'm putting in iowa wall. There's a much better quote and i'm gonna attributed borough it and i've had the pleasure of interviewing her and corresponding with her. Hillary man's the eight author she wrote of endometriosis because it has completely been a major part of her life and people. If you are suffering imanol beefy you because it's hard three re but some of the rising on it is the most visceral and she says everything i've achieved. I have achieved in the teeth of this disease and it was that word teeth. The i was like. Yeah you're in a voice a lot of time. I'm an impatient person. Anywhere like things to be good. I'm not to learn patients. sorry From mother is a work in progress. Safety should have gone to yoga vence. I'm an impatient person for things to be good for things to be right. Because i like things to be good for. People alight to words or high standard..

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"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"It. It takes for everybody to be at high now including man for employers to have to trust and the second thing is hopefully more people can have a bit more empathy. Now about what. It is to go on that wild first year journey of motherhood because so many other people now experience necessarily that but the wilderness feeling of stripping yourself right back and seeing what's laugh and what's important it's completely follow..

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"Essentially being wheeled into the c. Section of posted in hospital postbox sars-like yep stole dana sturdiness. And it was like and this is a she is really important qualities. It was like going from being on the night to i to know moving. It's all my life the change it. Yeah and it is you know. Eighteenth brutal are change. Obviously becoming a parent is a huge learning curve in so many different ways. But i'm physically ethical walls get over the c section. Some people have said because not recently not knowing how to bit of other stomach surgery. Pops was more compounded right in a breastfeeding. What is that like. It's so hard. I was convinced to try and it of actually again because one periods right that was i did manage to in the end master that but because of the c. Sessional found him to hold the thing so many things that factors that get in the way and obviously dade trying to learn at the same time but you know it's just so many factors and i told myself that breastfeeding was definitely what i wanted to. And you know when it takes an hour and a half to feed them and then they've got to be up an hour and a half later defeat again and the the way effects sleep you know. It's not easy for many people. And and i got a three months in where i would go for. I told myself six months or when he had teeth Because to me. I didn't want to be in it but then go to three months and suddenly things fell into place. I feel like i. Donald that works. I didn't want to just let it go and actually only. My third child seemed to really light by manipulate other than that they will. Yeah yeah but it's a journey with itself that i think the actual practical practicalities of breastfeeding like when you've got a c section scar and how do you place that. How do you place your baby all night..

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"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"I believe in thing. That's a whole other chop but there was a joint a cool day but my point my point was anything can happen. When you're you're doing that sort of program but you have to be on and was often. I'm not sure the talked about this before. But i reckon some people who've been pregnant can pops relate. Maybe you can use to write stuff down all time to keep myself ahead just to keep trains of thought so there were little things. I had to start to do legitimate to my life to my my working life not so much to my personal life because luckily in in one sense. It is actually quite useful counter intuitive. But i didn't have anyone to look after. So i could just look after myself so i could come home. I could sleep. I wasn't caring for an elderly relative. Obviously didn't have a child. But i did not think it would work in any way shape or form. The only time i let myself believe for straight after. It's because what's way is people have this acronym pupo pregnant until proven otherwise yet and. I didn't know that that but loss of reading and talking to people since but you are actually pregnant there in that you know there is a loss with the if the test doesn't come back positive. I don't think we we also knowledge this. You obviously haven't haven't had a miscarriage that is different. I accept you have lost your umbria. He didn't dream going into that room. And i always say this to him and it's a loss as well if it doesn't work it's not make it up You'd weeks of grueling medicines get to that point and then for whatever the reason it didn't stack so. I always try and honor that if two people if i couples gone through that women on there i know whatever. They're in a huge thing for me. When it comes to miscarriage..

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"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"I had been having and many women have always a fascinating book but i absolutely loved it. Yeah i'm not saying the hudsell. I'd guys one facts alone. And i was on maternity leave very stupidly voicing book. Don't do that do not do that. But but i when i read this essentially when they first developed the pill in the sixties well-done tool those people. Who did you know. Despite what i've said i am very grateful. It was largely develops in america. There were other places of course but when it was launched in america to great fanfare it was a very catholic society and it was the sixties so they decided so that the man didn't think that women were taking any birth control to introduce a fake bleed. That is completely not necessarily the amount of time. I have guilty myself. Oh shouldn't run it back. That's bad for me. I just going to have to do with eggs. I'm going on holiday. And i want to go swimming or whatever it is big thing is fine. I mean what. I can say speech specialists on this the dosage off the hormones walls higher than so women appreciates it a break right. There is no medical reason that you should get yourself. Shame yourself feel bad the break even for the pill was designed for man by man. Anyway you ask me different questions. So i will return mind. Boggling lead comeback with any facts that you want to feed it. Because i love the yeah good moment to share it when i came off at first. Start for baby actually very hopeful despite all my misgivings of trying to be optimistic month on month to month three month for starting to not feel great can remember where all those periods came at this point. You don't know that you haven't msci isis. Don't know any problems and you know..

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"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"But she did struggle and she had issues so i grew up knowing. Not everybody could have siblings. Not everybody could have the number of children that they might like. I definitely am ingested that as a child in a very negative way. I i wasn't people say we're not child people who is go if you are listening to this in your child you'll know the face go how you go. Hopefully yeah fine. I didn't know any different. And hopefully if you've got parents school structure around you you'll have lots of friends and it's okay. It's only side. It seems lots of other people. So i grew up with that but also Which in part inspired the book. I was very unwell with periods from the age of ten. And although my mom was amazing when i got my period might now best moments shook career always say Was the first day because there was hot chocolate. There was a fast made you know. Welcome to the woman club all of that. But when rapidly downhill from there on an pops combat that. But i'm mentioning it now is i need eat. Die out even though. I didn't get a diagnosis for what i learned was cooled. Endometriosis appeared condition a disease. I knew something wasn't working in me and so there was a huge nervousness in me from a young age. The i didn't quite work. And i was very healthy in gynecological sense but it couldn't get any answers but i certainly didn't fixate on it and respect the although i'm very frustrated i didn't get a diagnosis for twenty one years and it made me feel like i was getting mad at times. I love the mine and my husband's twenties while unencumbered because we didn't start trying to thursday and that meant even though at times. I was a bit ill. I was on the pale which actually mosques condition so i only came off the stock to try. And that's one of the issues really flat up and i loved the actually our whole twinsies..

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"Numbed around the par with some of the best women. I've met in three my ct group not detracting from that and then the needs to get into the the booze quite soon when lunchtime here. It seemed acceptable. But but i do think other people like me who perhaps are described in some ways as extroverts. I'm not a huge extra. In the sense of i don't i actually prefer one discussions probably because i'm an only child. I adore also being enlarged greets. But i don't hate to either. I wouldn't do what i do for a living but people like myself really we've of had to completely rewire and i found that really hard. Do you feel better now. Things are in the diary. Yes you know whenever people alive find what you love and then it always leads towards like pottery or yoga or something and obviously those things are are good for other people. I would actually really like to try posture. Just terrible i said. I think my energy is from having a meal with someone is into somebody. I know i do that for a living. But i do it. In a very structured way it was set. And i've got to get through so two questions and while you can enjoy that it's not. It's not how it is when you are in real life. well know. Say what you do for work you research a of a lot before going into any conversation pseudo. What someone gives. You might be surprising. You know the general gist of how that conversation's going to go. How you think it's going to go whereas actually meeting your friend you've got no idea where that conversations going to go or what news and gossip they're going to reveal so there is a spontaneity that comes with those who are friendship with all those conversations that doesn't necessarily come on air. Yes and i think when you are apparent ashley you really need those time. Timeouts with your friends. You do really were terrible..

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"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

04:36 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"Kids are here. I have three kids paying the garden. So if you hear them screaming throughout define. Tom is with them. I figured if any of all the podcasts this is one that's fine for kids to be somewhere in the background but onto today's guest. She's used to being the one asking the questions today. It's a bit of a bitter rover. Vassal she is the lead host of women's hour. Which i have to say had me in much debate and internal debate myself a month ago over the whole nick. Bockel you know do you. Do you not win. Nick has to bed. I before getting into bed. I changed the knickknacks. A them on. I feel fresher. Get into bed. So i am someone who wears knickers but off. The back of this conversation was not going to go to bed tonight. And i am not going to towns out martha jonah felt fall to ex post so the neck next night. They were record but batches. Today's guest just america's she is also the center of newsnight author of period is about bloody time and mother of one. It's emma jala. And i have got nickerson right now. I don't think i'm ever without the bar in the shower. And that's what the debate you referred to as she came out of another podcast with susannah which many people he's constantly on her wardrobe malfunction focused on rice at the end. She just happened to say well. Of course you are necas under your pajamas just in passing about something else. That's of course she said of couse you don't and i said of course she do and i was so convinced that the women have risks in would be on my side and you know when you mean anything what you think and not only did i then just peppered into a chess on woman's hour which i was firmly told that i need to let it at a question if i was a catholic because one woman rates in saying none school. She was towed. If she died in the night emec god without pants on. He wouldn't think well of her. I i soon learned because the daily mail splashed across its pages. I'm you a me. Dorsey of being right in my mind but the my you know what people do what women do so i tried it light you. I've done it twice and it feels too if feels weird so. I don't like wearing pajamas without nicotine. So i have to wear like a t-shirt over ninety obviously rides up as you move around which then just means your whole bums just filled wade because identity with malek's is just as just a bit where i can't do it..

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"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

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GM Recalls Some Electric Chevy Bolt Vehicles

KIRO Nights

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

GM Recalls Some Electric Chevy Bolt Vehicles

"Cars are being recall for the second time in less than a year. CBS NEWS Transportation correspondent Errol Barnett has the latest horrified neighbors watched as a Chevy bolt burst into flames engulfing this Virginia home. The last thing I thought was that the car would have spontaneously lit on fire. Scott Virgin in Florida had the same issue with his bolt. The Fire department was unable to put the battery out. They had to drag it by the side of the road and let it burn overnight. A defective battery inside the car has led to nine bolt fires. And prompted GM issue its second recall for nearly 69,000 vehicles worldwide. As the Delta Covid 19 variant

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Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission

"Pros and cons. Um, of in favor of the different report foreign proposals that they're listening to, so they're going to do the pros and the cons and I, the witnesses that they have are hearing from by and large. I think the majority of them have been against core packing, including Left of centre professors from Harvard, like Noah Feldman and from Duke, like Neil Siegel. Um, now there's been some Ford it but mostly they've been against it where I think they're going to see more pros than cons, and I already get that sense from listening to their questioning is on court is on term limits. Because I would say more a majority of people. They're hearing from kind of favorite term Memphis, and I think that's even true. Some of the commissioners so they're going to get you're not going to get a recommendation. You're going to get a balance. You're going to get a report that shows pros and cons and there is like there are like seven or eight right of center originalist scholars on this commission Which is kind of how I got to testify out of how many Out of 30 or more. I mean, it's it's imbalanced. But look, there's more balance on this commission. And there is at the Georgetown law School. I can tell you Well, yeah, there's more balance at the, uh, on the in the polar Bureau and Communist China than there is any. Now let me ask you You're

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Georgetown Law Professor Barnett Explains Why Court Packing Is Unconstitutional

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Georgetown Law Professor Barnett Explains Why Court Packing Is Unconstitutional

"You in when we need you. Court packing is unconstitutional. This is a statement you gave to this. So called Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court, which is shocking to me in and of itself. I'm sure the Supreme Court justices are keeping an eye on this and it could well affect them and depending on how they feel about things. Tell us what you you said to the commission and which is not printed here in reason Magazine. Yeah, I testified orally, and I submitted written testimony, which I recommend that people take a look at because it's got a longer version of the article, and really mark. The argument is actually very simple. And that is that this Congress does have the power to set the number of justices at any number of wishes, and that number is varied from six on the low side to 10 on the high side. The last 150 years. It's been nine. But whenever Congress changes the law, it has to do so constitutionally that and you have to ask what power is it using to accept the number and change change the number? And it's the necessary and proper clause, which gives Congress the power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution, its powers, including and the powers of any other department, which is the judicial department. That's what it is, which means a law to change the number must be necessary. And it also must be proper. So we have to look and see what the meaning of necessary is and what the meaning. Alright, let's slow down because you make it very, very important point. This clause. Which is kind of tucked away necessary and proper clause. As the court recognized this as an important clause, absolutely, including in the affordable, including in the Affordable Care Act challenge in the Affordable Care Act Challenge. Five justices said that the individual insurance mandate Was not a proper exercise of Congress's power. Um they can't make you buy insurance under the commerce power that's improper under the necessary and proper clause. Mhm. So this is

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"barnett" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast

The .NET Core Podcast

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast

"How did they get cited. Virtuality is a edits heart. We talked about. It's a it's a video game so if you're going to start developing virtual reality applications you have to know how to code or be comfortable with a visual scripting kind of language like that and you also need to know how to make a game and you could just be a tutti game three thirty like first person shooter type game or anything like that because a lot of the mechanics are still the same. After you get past the the weird inputs that virtuality has in the end. You still have missions and goals and different objectives and interactions and that kind of stuff that a normal two d three day game would have so. He's you have to have those skills down as well and then you so. I would almost recommend learning how to do game development. I at least get like a good grasp of that and then switching over to virtual reality because if you just jump straight into virtual reality that is dive it in the deep end there because it's super complicated and technical at first and you're like oh what am i. Why am i doing this. I'm like oh well so you can interact with different stuff and you do the normal video game stuff but yeah you could find me i do. I do a lot of virtuality specific tutorials. There's a lot of game have tutorials already out there. So i didn't ended up going that route but i do like okay. Well how do you jump. How's that different in virtual reality than you know a third person video game or you know how do you grab objects because that's specific virtuality. Thanks so. I've youtube channel. My name's justine pibor net. You can find me under that. And i talk about a lot of virtual reality applications for. I'm doing a lot of mechanics now. But i think in the future. I'm going to start doing like a dev reviews of different games. That are out more. Podcast i want to branch out. Try bunch of different things And if you wanna chat you can find me on twitter. Also justin p barnett and those are the two best ways i'm also linked in and all the other things but if you want to get a hold of me those are the two best ways show okay so just then into because obviously what i'll do is i'll put links to all these in the show notes and make sure you click through to those but let's say i go and buy a htc oculus right. I keep saying let's mix it up by. I dunno walmart's bunch of reality headset hooked up and i'm ready to go and i want to learn. Okay just give me started. What's the first video should watch. Because obviously i'm gonna. I'm gonna hit eurotunnel there's going to be. Let's do have recommended of. I almost like beginners saito or is like i don't wanna say newbie 'cause i'm worried about the connotations of conscious of my language. Have you got a video. That was like okay. So you've just got the device you just still unity. Let's get started right. Let's let's a particle physics drill. Let's create a thing where you can throw a boat like what. What's where do i stop with the all within two videos. I'd recommend so one of you are just thinking about getting into it. I have a video. About what do i need to like..

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"barnett" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast

The .NET Core Podcast

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast

"Thing i'd like to say just he's thank you so much for being on the show. It is a great pleasure to talk to someone who knows all the things that are via. And i know nothing about and i'm always interested to meet you develop as anyway so thank you so much. Yeah thank you for having me on. I would say all the things but we'll see how far we get. We know infinitely more than me so in my eyes. You're the expert right that we could say expert for the sake of the show title expert for a given value of expert. That's exactly very narrow band of knowledge. So i was wondering. Could you just give us a brief introduction to like the work. You're doing maybe how your discovered how you discovered. vr and things got slow bit about sure thing. Yeah i'm justin barnett. I go by justin p barnett on all the socials. Because just barnett is a fairly common name. I found out. But i mainly do a youtube channel about virtual reality development tutorials so i mainly develop in unity which is c. sharp based and through that i kind of teach how to make virtual reality applications and games and that kind of thing. It's i found throughout throughout. Like when i was first start getting into virtual reality. There were no good tutorials there was like maybe one or two other guys who do virtuality tutorials. But they're all really outdated and unity up likes to update things every single quarter. So it's a different thing you have to learn every single time. You want to do a new mechanic or something like that. So i was struggling through trying to learn. How do i code virtual reality. Because i i think it was five below at one point and i found one of those super cheap. You know like strap on your head. Virtual reality headsets. Like you just plug your phone into it. And it's like the google cardboard. I guess except five lows version and it was like you know a couple bucks and i put it on in the first thing i remember watching was i just looked on youtube and found a three sixty video and i just need to find something that i can actually like. You know use this thing with and it was a it was like a safari video and in this tiger walks right up to the three sixty cameras. So i'm sitting in the chair looking around. And i looked behind me. And there's this like a tiger like sitting right there. You know a couple feet from me. And it was mind-boggling. Because it's like nothing i've ever experienced before you don't get the whole vision that you like you normally do in real life but i mean a good nine degrees of your vision is filled up with this experience. This almost like an amex movie. But you can move your head and like it's it's a crazy experience if you've never had that before like your first. vr experience. I feel like everyone always remembers their first. Vr experience because it's absolutely mind blowing. But that was my intro to it and that kind of got me hooked. I was like okay now. I have to figure out. What what else can i do with this or like. What other applications. Out there like that. I can get into and what else i was looking around. And it was like richard out. He's been an idea and even like a a thing for little while now. It's been since the nineteen nineties was when they first came out with like. Vr prototypes and whatnot. But then getting into like nowadays like it's still really hasn't come that far it's still feels very gimmicky. I guess and the.

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Death Toll in Florida Building Collapse Rises to 10; 150 Missing

1A

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Death Toll in Florida Building Collapse Rises to 10; 150 Missing

"On the collapsed condo and Surfside, Florida Miami Dade's mayor Daniella Levine, Cava has confirmed 10 people are dead and more than 150 are still missing. And that the count was fluid and subject to change, she added. Officials are engaged in what she called very frank conversations with loved ones about the chance that no more survivors could be found. Earlier, I spoke to Greg Allen, He's NPR's Miami correspondent. He laid out what we know now as the operation continues in its fifth day. Well, you know, the numbers are changing with every day. Uh, the last survivors were rescued Thursday morning. So that's four days ago now, um so, as you say, it could is looking very kind of Difficult and desperate for people still holding out hope. But they say this is still very much a search and rescue operation going on there. Now they haven't given up hope they talk about, you know other places. You know that where there's been earthquakes where people have been found in wreckage up to a week later. But you know that said, this is a very difficult side is everyone has seen the pictures knows 12 stories just pancaked down. There's not really apparently a lot of voids in the wreckage in the ruins. And so it's made it very difficult for a rescue operation at this point. Well, let's hear from Surfside Mayor Charles Barnett Burkett rather this is him. Speaking to news nation reporter Brian Anton. Unexpected miracles, and it's funny, I I think it's important to tell you that I had last night sent Merkava an article from the BBC that outlined, um, victims who had been buried in rubble after earthquakes. And it further said that those victims had survived in those conditions for more than 17 days. So given that I'm comfortable that we're at the beginning, I mean, you're saying 17 days. Let's go on for weeks. Is that what you're saying? Turn? It needs to go on until we pull every person out of that rubble that we can We heard over the

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"barnett" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"The very beginning when i i would also i was pregnant because my husband and i we have been dating for a very short amount of time when we found out having baby Just about six weeks. Until i phoned her often and she said It might not be the right time. It might not be the right man. But it's the right baby. And that she richard and i we both kinda clung onto that. It's the right baby who our focus on that. So she she's she's very good for vice. My mom yes own a so also only six weeks. My goodness yes. Some people say. Did you plan that. Like must credit team you some level of crazy i hype. I don't get to really or by somebody like we just knew no. We didn't really But you and i. I'm sorry. I just wanna say that. I've been super cool throughout this whole chart like is completely normal Of bob idea. Remember buying see day in manchester and then gang highland dancing religiously to all of the words throughout fooled him so this point i just wanna point please have because now you know what this is the first one anyone with any of my interviews. I've said thank you. I'm just gonna stop everything with that. Play nope i remember. I remember the cover with the whites and your legs and everything out. And i i loved how your english accent was on your knees. It thing to say. But i think having this toyotas and blowback for four years at that point i was ready to a woman's voice a useful diction and i honestly i just drove people mad with a favor playlets. Nice thank you. If he's in my later workers interest is youtube will and a new even catch the disc doing a lot kitchen disc going. But i i just couldn't say i thank you and that's lovely. I'm blushing here. Well what do. I want to talk to you about now. He's throwing me. Well when you said religiously. I thought i did want to ask about religion because we were you raised in a religious household. I think this is quite reports. It i wake of. Gdp over mccormack copied in. My wife is a nonsense as well. Yeah i don't know won't be able to understand that. Most those things are not accurate people's lives and not where i go look up people's springs if i'm going to and as an amazing woman actually i met recently. Who is hoping women with peter. They won't help aca. She's done the whole getting women. Scientists have profiles thing on rep putting women back into the digital history but she also helps women who are dealing with Piano not true and could be minnesota so you need an mba while got his dad who i think self edited his wikipedia page to make him younger than he is. So.

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Compassion and Unconditional Love With Tom Barnett

Merkaba Chakras

01:26 min | 4 months ago

Compassion and Unconditional Love With Tom Barnett

"Welcome timur combat chagas. Thank you thanks. Gyro so you guys. This is going to be a very special bonus episode if you are watching this on youtube look below on the description and it'll take you to web site where you could see the full interview if you're watching this on other platforms listening to other podcast websites. This will run spall for you. Okay so Before we dig into your work hand you tell us what illness led you into this work in the first place. Well i was actually sick a few times as a kid that people couldn't pinpoint Tend to be vaccine vaccine damaged but went always in my early twenties and was living really out of balance with myself and with just i stressed my body and then the result of too much mercury in the system resulted in essentially a collapse of the systems Broadly speaking his temp chronic takes driver that simon and different things. It's ridiculous Broadly speaking what turned out to be a symptom wise. But then that's what led me through what some people would call. The doc nodded the soul. Which wasn't an. I was more than a decade. Yeah but that's what led me

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"barnett" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"Well Eight nether odd cameras episode of macabre. Chow res- your host von. Go and two day. We talk to author. Lisa barnett about the great library in buda them. The akasha records is known as the great library. The jakob tales a life review of one thousand lifetimes that the founder of buddhism the darpa adama remembered which led to his awakening and ascension and the rest is history with that lisa. Welcome to merkava chagas. How thank you vaughn..

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"barnett" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"barnett" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"Lisa. Welcome to merkava chagas. How thank you vaughn. I'm excited to be here with you and have this this conversation. This profound conversation. I'm sure it will be yes yet. I'm still recipients side. We're talking a little bit earlier but log into your work out in how the Records can help us navigate into our best lies. You tell us your story for how you even got into this word. Of course so basically the easiest way to explain it is that my first memory was at about three years old and i realized that i was trapped in a body. I can remember like standing in the kitchen with my mom and thinking. Why doesn't she understands me. Art stuff that was like looking at my hands and thinking of no right trap so it was kind of funny because as i got a little bit older and remember that when i really had language and could converse i thought i was. So you know kinda bummed that. I was trapped in a body and for a while. When i was younger i used to feel like it was some kind of punishment like what what was wrong. What did i do wrong. That i'm back here again. And i could remember being in the feerick soul and conversing with ease with my friends because we did not use all these words so i literally started studying. When i was like fourteen years old. I was living in california I was in high school. It was the late late sixties early. Seventies maharishi was coming to the us you know and the beatles and transcendental meditation and lots of good information coming to the The world to us to the us at that time. and so. I literally start studying when i was really just about. Fourteen went on to study philosophy in college.

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Interview With Author, Lisa Barnett

Merkaba Chakras

02:07 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Author, Lisa Barnett

"Lisa. Welcome to merkava chagas. How thank you vaughn. I'm excited to be here with you and have this this conversation. This profound conversation. I'm sure it will be yes yet. I'm still recipients side. We're talking a little bit earlier but log into your work out in how the Records can help us navigate into our best lies. You tell us your story for how you even got into this word. Of course so basically the easiest way to explain it is that my first memory was at about three years old and i realized that i was trapped in a body. I can remember like standing in the kitchen with my mom and thinking. Why doesn't she understands me. Art stuff that was like looking at my hands and thinking of no right trap so it was kind of funny because as i got a little bit older and remember that when i really had language and could converse i thought i was. So you know kinda bummed that. I was trapped in a body and for a while. When i was younger i used to feel like it was some kind of punishment like what what was wrong. What did i do wrong. That i'm back here again. And i could remember being in the feerick soul and conversing with ease with my friends because we did not use all these words so i literally started studying. When i was like fourteen years old. I was living in california I was in high school. It was the late late sixties early. Seventies maharishi was coming to the us you know and the beatles and transcendental meditation and lots of good information coming to the The world to us to the us at that time. and so. I literally start studying when i was really just about. Fourteen went on to study philosophy in college.

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Will US Defense Be AI-Ready by 2025

Eye On A.I.

01:32 min | 5 months ago

Will US Defense Be AI-Ready by 2025

"We're talking about the challenges in maintaining military technical superiority over our adversaries. China in russia in particular and is an important part of that. If you guys could start by each introducing yourselves. And then i'll ask some questions. My name is dr christopher rice. I am a department. The army civilian civil service for twenty five years now than brian. Jobs in the joint community and the intelligence community. I'm an economist by training. Joining the commission back in august twenty nineteen. I've been focused on applications. Of a i to the defense department's mission with some special concentrations on deploying commercially ai capabilities for the deities back office functions and another side project focused on taking an inventory of the dod is a investments. How much of the budget is actually going to a which turns out to be a pretty complex question to answer courtney barnett prior to joining the commission and i was with the defense innovation board as a staff member working on a software acquisition and practice issues for the dod so during my time at the commission like chris have spent a lot of time focused on how we get to better adoption of ai across the defense department really breaking down those structural organizational and process barriers to accelerated option.

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CDC eases travel restrictions for fully vaccinated people amid COVID-19

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

CDC eases travel restrictions for fully vaccinated people amid COVID-19

"Guidance from the CDC, which is easing travel recommendations for those who have been fully vaccinated. CBS NEWS Transportation correspondent Errol Barnett has a closer look at how airlines are dealing with an uptick in passengers with some of fast approaching. United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby says United will not require a so called vaccine passport for passengers at this Time but will support countries that do were supportive of those policies as a way to begin breed out barriers to travel, opening up borders and getting the world back to normal. Now, the CDC still advises against non essential air travel. More than a million are expected to fly each day this holiday weekend.

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FAA extends zero-tolerance policy for unruly airline passengers as cases top 500

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

FAA extends zero-tolerance policy for unruly airline passengers as cases top 500

"FAA extends its zero tolerance policy on passengers who won't comply with pandemic policies. CBS is Errol Barnett reports. Airlines have reported more than 500, unruly passenger cases in 2021, most of which for refusing to wear a mask. The president of the Association of Flight Attendants, applauded the FAA and extending what it described as an important deterrent. Administrative, Dickson said this urgent action continues to be required.

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FAA extends zero-tolerance policy for unruly airline passengers as cases top 500

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

FAA extends zero-tolerance policy for unruly airline passengers as cases top 500

"FAA extends its zero tolerance policy on passengers who won't comply with pandemic policies. CBS is Errol Barnett reports. Airlines have reported more than 500, unruly passenger cases in 2021, most of which for refusing to wear a mask. The president of the Association of Flight Attendants, applauded the FAA and extending what it described as an important deterrent. Administrative, Dickson said this urgent action continues to be required.

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Key Super Bowl Matchups: The Case for the Kansas City Chiefs & Tampa Bay Buccaneers Winning Sunday

CBS Sports Radio

04:48 min | 9 months ago

Key Super Bowl Matchups: The Case for the Kansas City Chiefs & Tampa Bay Buccaneers Winning Sunday

"The Kansas City Chiefs versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The long road that led us here with many unique twists and turns is a story unto itself. Now, in about 3.5 hours, the game which promises history, the chief's looking to become the ninth team with back to back titles. The Bucks hoping to put 1/7 Super Bowl ring on Tom Brady's hand. I'm Scott Graham. Happy to be back with your four Super Bowl Sunday, and my co host is a man who won two Super Bowls back to back, including an M V P honor for Super Bowl 32. He's an NFL network in Westwood, one analyst, the Hall of Famer, and he's been with us each week on this program all season long. Well, Davis. Welcome aboard. Scott. Man, It is eyes exciting and getting ready for this big game. A man I'll tell you what. When you look at how this one is going to play out, everybody is focusing on the quarterback's rightfully so. But when you start looking at a couple of the individual matchups in this game, there is a lot that ends up coming into play. And one of the things that everybody's been focusing on all week is the fact that the chief's dinged up on the offensive line going with backups there against a really strong past Russian. It Defense for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That seems at least right now to be one that's playing at its peak. Is that the key matchup in your mind? Well, that is one of them. I mean, we look at the Bucks defense and we've seen what they looked like the last couple of weeks and listen. Todd Bowles, Their defensive coordinator, has really got them dialed in. They've gotten after, and Rogers drew Brees and, you know, I think this defense is going to be, you know, formidable when it comes to getting after Patrick Mahomes, but You know, he's such a great quarterback. He's such a guy that can get out of situations that you don't think he could get out off s. Oh, that's gonna be a challenge for this team as well. When you look at it, and from your perspective, especially, I mean a running back a hall of Fame running back and very rarely these days is anybody say, Well, the running game is going to be a really big part of this. It seems like that's becoming an antiquated idea. Can the running game for the chief's help in some way, take away some of the aggressiveness of the Tampa Bay defense? Yeah, I believe so, Scott, because you know all the focus of this game really is gonna be on the chief's weapons, right? You know, you got obviously Tyree Kill Travis Kelsey. Then you have the other guys out there to me, Cole Harmon. And then you have Clyde. That was the lair who last year was an El s. You had a phenomenal national championship game, and I think a game like this is going to bode well for him, because if you're tired of those, you can't double team everybody. Somebody's got to have one on ones. And if you're the bucks, you've got to put more people in coverage. So that's gonna leave a light box for Clyde Edwards. He layer not only running but the short passing game, and I think that Eric the enemy, and Anne Rie will find a way to make this young man have an impact in a game like this. On the other side. Everybody, of course, is focusing on Tom Brady. I mean, he got them here, and he is once again right in the middle of the possibility of winning a super books. 10th visited pressure absurd, absurd. When you look at this team, they've got a whole bunch of weapons as well. Is there one that you focus on the offensive side of the ball for Tampa Bay? That you think might have a bigger impact in this game than another? I do. I think it's actually Leonard for net and not necessarily in the running game. But little has been Really good and their passing game, And I think that kind of matchup between Leonard for Net and the linebacker Damian Will Wilson and Anthony Hitchens from the chief's, because when you start doing that thing where they played in week, 12 Barnett had a decent game, but Ronald Jones caught the ball in the flat and was able to have a long touchdown score from that ball that was thrown into the flat. So no one is talking about that. But I think that again, Hitchens and Wilson is gonna have to have a really good game and not again. It's not with him running with the football. He's been a threat as a receiver, which is something that his game is never had. So I think, you know, Of course. Tom Brady likes to get his backs involved in games like this member James White. He had a phenomenal Super Bowl. So I think later for now is gonna be a guy that's gonna have to have a huge impact. Last thing for this segment does the first meeting have any impact on what we're about to see in a few hours here or is that just research? Yeah, I think you could take some things. Most coaches look at the game and they kind of take The things that sort of worked, you know, everything goes. She kind of just you pick things of a game and say Okay, well, we have success against his team before. You know, we'll try to do it again this time, but maybe we're gonna disguise it a little differently, but run the same kind of plays. So, yeah, I think you there's things that each team can take from that meeting. But, you know, I think it's about who can make those adjustments and going into this game. I think ultimately it's going to be the team that comes out

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Biden keeps COVID-19 travel restrictions for Europe and Brazil, adds South Africa

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Biden keeps COVID-19 travel restrictions for Europe and Brazil, adds South Africa

"Minted president is about to reinstate travel restrictions that the former president Lucent, more contagious strains of the virus have emerged in South Africa, the U. K and Brazil And the travel ban will block people from these hot zones, along with Ireland and most of Europe. For that matter. This applies to mostly non US citizens. Now anyone who travels on a plane, a train or a bus in this country will have to wear a mask. CBS is Errol Barnett says. The CDC says it will save lives and estimated 418,000 Americans have died while 25 million have contracted covert 19. Mask wearing has been proven to dramatically reduce the spread of the virus. Here's a

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From Baked Alaska to a guy with horns: notable riot arrests

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 10 months ago

From Baked Alaska to a guy with horns: notable riot arrests

"More than a hundred and twenty five people from all over the country have been arrested so far related to the deadly riot by president trump supporters at the capitol and the F. B. I. says expect more federal prosecutors say those arrested include far right media personality team geo name known as a baked Alaska for live streaming inside the capitol saying I'm staying in seventeen seventy six baby Emily Hernandez seen in photos with house speaker Nancy Pelosi's broken name please Richard Barnett also in photos with his feet on her desk then there's former mayoral candidate Jenny cut arrested after posting a video bragging about breaking down below the C. store and mother and son resides in harden Eric modular Fishel say he was seen with zip ties his mother by his side former marine a proud boys member Dominic Mazzola seen on video breaking into the building with a police shield and later smoking a cigar according to the FBI and Brandon fellows who they say gave media interviews about how participating in a riot would get him date I'm Julie Walker

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Key arrests from the Washington, DC riot so far

Mark Mason

03:22 min | 10 months ago

Key arrests from the Washington, DC riot so far

"He's got the latest today. Michael Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for having me mark. We're seeing dozens that have been charged already. In the days since a mob of Trump supporters storm the U. S Capitol and disrupted the certification of the 2020 presidential election results Now to be clear some of those folks that were there that broke into the capital Did themselves harm like they were wearing their badges for the place that they're employed by and once their employers found out about it, they fired those folks. But the Justice Department officials are also saying they've been able to with the help of the American people. Nab some of the people that are responsible for breaking in. In fact, three of the highest profile accused rioters from last week siege have been arrested in charge like Jake of Anthony. Chance, Lee, You probably don't know the name or the AK. He goes by Jake and jelly. This is the guy who they were calling on some level. The guy who made the list that had makeup and horns and of some form of for blanket on him or something. They're saying he's the Cuban on shaman. That's what he calls himself and as the Cuban on shaman he has been arrested for breaking into the capital, in fact, technically turned himself into the FBI on their office on Thursday after the whole riots went down on Wednesday afternoon. So he turned himself in. He is now facing charges. The guy who's responsible for carrying around Nancy Pelosi's lectern in the capital has been arrested in his facing charges. Adam Christian Johnson eyes also gonna be facing charges here and Richard Barnett. That name may not sound familiar, but you've seen his boots. He was the guy who was sitting in Nancy Pelosi's desk with his feet up on her desk are allegedly stole a piece of mail from her desk to prove that it was him. That was there. He was arrested on Friday in Arkansas and is scheduled to appear in federal court tomorrow and will ultimately be extradited to Washington, D. C and they're not the only ones. I mean, you've got Derrick Evans, who I don't necessarily think this was a smart move but videoed himself breaking into the capital, saying we're in. We're in Derrick Evans is in. So he referred to himself in third person posted it all on his social media posts, and here's the problem. He was a lawmaker in West Virginia's house of delegates. So when he did that, and was brought up on charges federal charges for breaking in, he had to resign from West Virginia's house of delegates on Saturday for doing that, and then, Lastly, Lonnie Kaufman, I don't know how much we're gonna hear about this because He's the guy that 70 year old from Alabama who allegedly brought guns and 11 Mason jar Molotov cocktails to the perp protest in his pickup truck. Now, from what we're hearing, none of those were used, but they were dangerously close. The vehicle is parked dangerously close to the capital. So what kind of charges will be brought for him? We're not sure. But we do remember how shocking it was that there was a truck that was found with Molotov cocktails and weapons so There will be some element of charges there. And that's just the starting point now Mark because we've got 17 cases, according to federal prosecutors that will be making their way into federal District Court with names attached to them, alleging serious high penalty crimes like violent entry and assaulting federal officers. Then you've got another 40 cases in the District of Columbia Superior Court on lesser charges like Curfew violations and non violent gun crimes that are also going to go through and this is just the starting point. They believe there's going to be more to come. The Cuban on Shaymen should face

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Minister: Massive power outage leaves Pakistan in the dark

Barnett Financial Hour w/ Rick Barnett

00:13 sec | 10 months ago

Minister: Massive power outage leaves Pakistan in the dark

"Major technical fault in Pakistan's power generation and distribution system caused a massive power outage yesterday. The plunge the country into darkness, hours after the late Saturday adage. Energy minister said Lights are slowly being turned back on.

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Man pictured carrying away Pelosi's lectern, two others charged in Capitol riot, Washington DC

News, Traffic and Weather

01:20 min | 10 months ago

Man pictured carrying away Pelosi's lectern, two others charged in Capitol riot, Washington DC

"Underway nationwide to track down those involved in Wednesday's deadly riot at the Capitol. ABC is Kenneth Martin is in Washington, D C, with the latest on arrests and charges filed that nationwide manhunt is intensifying for the pro trump rioters and the deadly and violent capital breach. Law enforcement coming through social media, post surveillance, video and mountains of cell phone data receiving thousands of tips after the release of these below posters, new video appearing to show an Associated Press photographer being assaulted by the mob. Thousands were there, but so far only 13 charged in federal court authorities. Id'ing this man at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is desk. This morning, the suspect, Richard Barnett, in custody and Arkansas. These new images show Burnett turning himself into authorities. Those actions cannot be tolerated and those people must be held accountable. Overnight. Adam Johnson, the man seen carrying Speaker Pelosi's lectern through the Capitol building, arrested in his home state of Florida. Alabama resident Lonnie Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. Hoffman, according to a complaint later denied knowing anything about the bombs. West Virginia State delegate Derrick Evans also charged. Evans attorney says he was exercising his First Amendment and did nothing wrong. Federal

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"barnett" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"barnett" Discussed on Exvangelical

"And principalities series that has been published in this feed over the last couple of months. This is an interview that I did with Luke Barnett recently about his new movie faith-based, which is out now available on demand. I hope you really enjoy this conversation. It was great talking to Luka about this project and I it out. There will be links to where you can find the movie in the show notes. Let's get straight to a here. You will actually hear a little bit of our enter music, and then we'll get right into the interview this as always was produced by Jake Louis. Thank you very much jake. If you want to support the show, please support it via sub stack at the Post Evangelical Post Dot Com you can find links for that and the show notes as well. Thank you. Everybody. Welcome back to expand jellicoe guest. This week is Luke Barnett. He is the writer and Star of the upcoming movie faith-based welcome to the show Luke Amen. Thanks for having me. Thanks for coming on It was very interesting to to learn about this project We're talking on a super slow News Day today's October second twenty, twenty and. We're just lend. This morning that trump has covid. Put promoting our movie. There's nothing. Right now. To. Be Honest it's almost as if I, couldn't I couldn't dislike trump more and then all of a sudden he like ruins the week of my. Taking up the news with his disease. Yeah I mean, it's just it's been a it's been a a wild day but I'm super happy that Mike it's the afternoon and we've we've probably age like two years just just even absorbing the news of the last week. Exactly so but nonetheless, it's it's great to talk to you about this this movie, it's Eh. Comedy take on the Christian film industry before. But before we get into the movie proper, I'd like to hear a little bit more about you and your and your background that's where we usually like to start on this show. So if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself, you mentioned just when we were sort of exchanging emails arranging this call that that you are a PK. So you have some sort of background in Christianity. So love to hear a little bit more about that. Yeah, I was. I was a pastor, but my dad was kind of a I..

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