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Fresh update on "barry" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

03:46 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barry" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Charlie pellet good stuff. I like that Debbie tech crude quote down 4%. Wait, I filled up the challenger this morning and it was 6 19 for V power. Okay, I did the beamer yesterday in Jersey. Let's call it four 95 a gallon. No, no, no, I take it back. I did premiere because I alternate. I did premium, so it was 5 and change. His premium, the middle version. No, it's a high. Oh, the high. So that's the same as V power. Okay. Yeah. So it was 99 points. Yeah, that was not any clams. Okay. Bloomberg markets today brought to you by Commonwealth supporting more than 2000 independent financial advisers with the solutions they need to grow a thriving business. Commonwealth go where you grow visit Commonwealth dot com to learn more. I envision you get gas up to these levels. I envision Barry Ritter just kind of cruising around the north fork of Long Island on his e-bike. That's what I'm thinking. I don't think so. You don't think so. All right. No. All right, let's go to Barry riddle. She is a host of masters in business. Also found her chairman of red holt's wealth management and a note. Do you have any kind of hybrid or electric or gas saving vehicle? I have a lot of sneakers. Yeah. Yeah. But I will tell you that I totaled my wife's Panamera earlier this year, and we will, I'm looking to replace that with a hybrid and then as soon as I could replace the truck, I would go hybrid with that. It really is the perfect. When you go hybrid, when you replace the Panamera with a taycan, here's the problem. We occasionally take road trips up and down the coast and it's just much easier to pull into a station and tank up when you need to. Like if you're an EV buyer today, thank you for being an innovator and an early adopter. You're going to make it easier for the rest of us when we finally adopt this when the infrastructure is fully built out. Right now, you know, you're going through those sort of growing pains for a lot of people, it makes perfect sense. But if you're going to load the kids, the dogs, whatever, into the truck and drive a thousand miles. It's not as simple and easy, especially if you know I can only sleep here with the dogs at this hotel. I'm with you. And I'll give you my take the mutts at home. Maybe I've given you before. I have, I'm test driving cars all the time. The hybrid that I really love is the BMW X 5 and they may have this set up in another vehicle because it's got the inline 6, which is such a smooth and great power plant. Plus, they have a pretty big like 25 kW battery. So that same engine is in my X four. And if I could get an X 6 in a hybrid, I would. And we always end up talking about trucks, but if you look at the defender one tens or the Range Rover sport HSE, in the UK, those are full hybrids and people are talking about getting 90 plus miles a gallon because they're 40, 45 miles on electric local. So going to wherever the supermarket train station shopping out to dinner, you're not spewing out any pollutants. And then when you need to take a road trip and for them, it's from the UK down to Spain. You want to have access to petrol. So you're not adding another dimension of planning. That stuff all goes away eventually, eventually European road trips are the best. Right. Eventually, you're going to get in your EV go wherever you want. It'll be

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Is Michelle Obama Hiding Something From Us?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 sec | 5 d ago

Is Michelle Obama Hiding Something From Us?

"Why is funny that women that don't have abortion are some of the main ones running their mouth? Malia and whatever the other kid named is, Sasha and malia, did you have an abortion with Sasha? No, you didn't. You chose life. You have your legacy. You and Barry got y'all legacy, but you feel bad about women terminating their kids, you did you ever? I want to know Michelle Obama. Did you have an abortion before you had Sasha and malia? Period. That's all I want to know. I just want to know. And if you didn't, why are you out here telling these girls to go get rid of their kids when you didn't do it to yours? Okay. I'm just throwing it out there. I'm throwing it out there. Y'all just listen to the people that are saying this. Maybe AOC had a bunch of abortions. I don't know. She was bartending and probably doing some other stuff. So she may have had a father, I'm not saying she did, so I don't come try to sue me. I'm just giving a skepticism of maybe that's why she's so gung Ho.

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Fresh update on "barry" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

01:09 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barry" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Up. We're going to get the latest on Supreme Court's Matt was just talking about we're going to be doing grosso. She's our legal analyst. She's going to break it all down for us here on the last day. I guess in the opinions from this Supreme Court. Plus Barry Rudolph's, why? Because it is Thursday. We want to get barriers thoughts as we end this brutal first half of the year. What are investors looking for in H two 2022? But right now, let's go to John Tucker for Bloomberg business restaurant. Sorry, Paul. All stocks are right now the major averages are all lower, Dow Jones Industrial Average, but most parents some of the earlier losses down 465 points, a decline of one and a half percent. The S&P 500 down 66 points, 1.7%, NASDAQ composite index 277 points lower, that's down to a half percent recession fears again. This after some of the economic data we got this morning that showed us consumers spending falling for the first time this year in May, also the prior months were revised lower. So this suggests an economy on somewhat weaker footing than the previously thought. What is next for equities at JPMorgan, John bilton is not especially optimistic at this point. Sadly, I

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Jan. 6 panel releases video of Capitol tour before attack

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jan. 6 panel releases video of Capitol tour before attack

"The House committee investigating the capitol riot released video of a capital tour led by a Republican lawmaker the day before the riot Georgia Republican Barry loudermilk led the tour the video shows participants taking photos of stairwells and tunnels in the complex video was also released from the day of the riot from a person identified by the committee as a participant in the tour the day before We're coming in like white on rice We're Pelosi Nadler Schumer Even you AOC we're coming to take you out Loudermilk says none of the areas they went to the day before were breached and the committee is doubling down on their smear campaign He has denied any wrongdoing Capitol police determined there was nothing suspicious about loudermilk's tour Ed Donahue Washington

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Fresh update on "barry" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

05:31 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barry" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"So you have to put all your money into the fed contra fund, which has outperformed the market by oh, wait, that doesn't exist. Right. Federal Reserve. I love that. Nobody has figured this out. Be careful here. You're going to have three firms come out with a fed contra fun. You have to write it out. If, you know, every time we have the discussion about, I want to get out of equity for X number of months then get back in. Okay, good luck with that. History shows us that about a third of people who try to do that never returned to the market. So you could look at this. You could look at here's what the fed now, by the way, we could get together for dinner and talk about what the fed is doing wrong and how they were behind the curve and inflation. And now they're probably overreacting. I think the market anticipating a 75 basis another increase, you know, at that point, I move into the inflation into the recession camp, so they were behind at one point and now they're probably overreacting, but you know, but there's nothing you could do about it. Understood. And this is sort of the trading argument why you have to stick to your guns and have some sort of strategy. But the strategy changes when you talk about rates not being in a bond bull market. If you're saying this has been the death of it, we watched it over the past two years. We watched this entire cycle breakdown and now you are having central banks telling us it's over and that they are not going to hold your hand. They don't have the ammunition to do that because inflation is their priority. And they're going to go hard at it. How does that change the 60 40 mentality, the idea of bonds is a ballast and really a profit driver that helps you sleep at night when you've lost more than 12% in benchmark bonds. All right, so I'll give you a very, very specific question based on what we actually did. Earlier this year, we looked at the risk assessment of various treasuries. We long tips, they're doing fine. Anybody who's long treasury inflation protected securities, those bonds are doing fine. But when we looked at what we were getting paid for taking the risk of duration, the yield was the same in the beginning of the year for 7 and ten year bonds as they were for three and 5 year bonds. So what makes sense as a strategy is shortening up your duration, not because you're forecasting the direction of interest rates, but if you're getting paid the same as same effectively, the same exact yield for tying up money for three 5 and 7 years, well then take the three year. Barry stay with us here. Let me do a data check here. We're with Barry ritt holds of course with all of his good work of Bloomberg opinion and his wonderful podcast for Bloomberg hugely hugely successful. I should point out, and we're also waiting for a successful press conference from the president of the United States scheduled to make comments. He is at the fema building and modern construction in Madrid. It is somewhat like a convention center. It held cop 25 of climate change and of course these NATO meetings of NATO 2000 22 and very poignantly also had 5000 beds during COVID. This was a hospital for a Spain like other nations in Europe, beleaguered by COVID. The data is moving here. Barry, I'm going to thank you right now because we're seeing what we're going to do in Madrid, Barry Reynolds, thank you so much. And Lisa, we've got to notice a yield giveaway here. The two year yield down 9 basis points 2.95 percent and we are just a little bit of a tick away on 3% tenure, aren't we? Which is fascinating at a moment when people are looking for a higher yield that we're curtail growth. Where is that higher yield going to happen? When do we see that inverted yield curve is a short end continues to go higher? And the longer end gets a bid from all of these investors seeing that as the sleep at night capital, yet again. How long can we continue in that type of environment Tom? We'll have to see futures negative 46 down futures negative 400 earlier. Now negative three 42 and the vix with a 30 print an hour ago, Ian lingan out looking at maybe a more quiescent inflation tone than we see. And Bitcoin I must admit it's had a very difficult at least. I don't know what to make of Bitcoin. I would suggest in the 4th of July weekend where it trades 24/7. That's going to be a wow weekend for Bitcoin. Bitcoin has been fascinating as representation of what happens when you take the froth out of the market. And that seems to be what's going on just to give you a sense from 47,000 to 19,000. That is what we saw this year in just a couple of months with Bitcoin. I want to state near the backdrop for this president of the United States in a NATO that I've never envisioned, and I will suggest folks a NATO that admiral James Davis never envisioned. Two moments yesterday that Lisa John and I made note of and saw for those on radio, the poignancy of the president of the United States sitting on his right and left with the leadership of Japan and South Korea speaking at a NATO meeting in private about China was absolutely extraordinary and Lisa not enough can be said about the true shock of Finland and Sweden and the headline two hours ago may be joining NATO by Tuesday. What is shock overall at the change in the NATO message from just a couple of years ago that Russia is not their adversary to

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John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

"The man who shot and wounded president Reagan in 1981 has been freed from court oversight After concluding decades of supervision by legal and mental health professionals John hinckley wrote on his Twitter account quote after 41 years two months and 15 days freedom at last The lifting of restrictions had been expected since last September When U.S. district judge Paul Friedman said he planned to free Hank Lee in June if he remained stable At that time hinckley's attorney Barry Levine said his client was doing well I think John has done exceedingly well over a long period of time This disease is in full remission He's done nothing dangerous Friedman says hinckley has shown no signs of active mental illness since the 1980s and his exhibited no violent behavior are interest in weapons Mike Hempen Washington

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Fresh update on "barry" discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:37 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barry" discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"And we are both joined by Fox Sports analyst and more athletic louder half of family barbecue. Jake Vince, hello, Jake. Hello. I should be very clear that the more athletic and louder, like those are two very different descriptors. I would describe myself as loud, but not as athletic. Well, more athletic than Jordan. Wow. Certainly. Only one of us biked across the country. Exactly. He drove. Yeah, but like, you know, what you was silly enough to make the bet, really. Well, like I said, louder half of it. I said louder and more athletic. I mean, Jake, your Twitter bio says the unlikeable half. I didn't go there. I wouldn't go there, but you went there. I remember the first time I ever met you. Uh huh. At the lookout landing X suspect is family barbecue event at then safe go in, I believe, 2015. And one of my takeaways was how many people went up to the two of us and was like, I love Jordan way more. Billy. I don't think you said that Kate may have said that. Yeah, I don't recall saying that I mostly just being recall being horrified that I needed to transform into a column of dust and salt because of how much older I am than you guys, but it's just because there's many more. Yeah, now we're all still just as much older than she was. Yeah, but the experience of it is different now. We're all grown-ups here. Fully adult at this point. Right. If they've completed their education, their college graduates in the world, they can purchase alcohol legally. They're, you know, their movers and shakers, Ben. Anyway, we're not saying better or worse half. I would never go there. I mean, you can't separate the two. You've got to have both ideally, although we will have one today, and that's good too. We've actually, we've had the two of you on together twice, I think, memorably, to do a draft of Barry Bonds fun facts, and then a draft of my trout fun facts, which devolved or evolved into just a long, extended super pretzel conversation. That was back in the days before we were aware that my trout seemingly is no longer a spokesperson for super pretzel, which has been devastating for all of us, but I think this is the second time that we have had you on by yourself, which I hope will not be a source of tension. This is like when one member of the band starts releasing solo albums or something and everyone's like, what are you not committed to the band anymore? Do you think you're bigger than the band? Not that we did not invite Jordan or not that he turned us down for that reason. He just was unavailable both times, but we'll take whichever half we can get if we can't get the hole. Jordan is moving from one city in America to another, which is, you know, hard to schedule around. Yeah. He's not biking. I assume. No, yeah. Yeah, I mean, we invited. We invited both of you. Yes, absolutely. To be clear, our listeners are like, oh gosh, what's going on? No. Okay. No tension in the duo here. Everything's fine. Making people nervous. Don't just scare you. No trouble at home. Everything's great. So we invited you, maybe we'll talk about a few things, but primarily we wanted to talk to you about this twins coaching drama that's happening here. We tease this last time. We said we were going to talk about this and now we are. So the Minnesota Twins, pitching coach, Wes Johnson, has left the Minnesota Twins, and he's going back to college. And this has gotten a lot of attention because it's pretty unusual if not unprecedented, I guess, Jeff passen put it on Twitter. This is a first, a big league pitching coach leaving a first place team for a college job in the middle of the MLB season, lots of qualifiers there. But the twins are in first place, and it is indeed the middle of the MLB season, almost right smack in the middle, and west Johnson is leaving to go be the pitching coach for LSU. So I think probably a lot of people who maybe are not familiar with Johnson's history or just the general attractiveness of college coaching job versus an MLB coaching job are probably thinking themselves why? Why would you do this? Why would he want to do this? Why would he do this now? Just because I think a lot of people probably think of MLB as the Pinnacle. That's where everyone wants to be. That's the highest level, right? And you would never have an MLB player say I want to go back to D one, probably. So why do you think this has happened? And why would it make sense for someone like Wes Johnson? I think the first thing to talk about actually, if you folks don't mind, is the timing. Because the timing is bad, right? There's no way around that. Yeah. It's a tough headline, right? Big league pitching coach ditches team in middle of season to take college shop. But there really is no good time to move from MLB to college because of how the seasons are structured, right? You need to be there in the fall in college because a lot of the development that happens, especially for pitch and coach, right? Is happening during fall ball, which runs from August to November. And so if Johnson had, say, left the twins in November, he's way behind the 8 ball and it doesn't make sense to hire him in the first place, right? So you have to give one thing up. And I've talked to coaches around the pro game miners in major leagues where they're like, yeah, you know, I have this college offer, but like I'm just really hesitant to jump in the middle of the season. But that's kind of the only way to do it, right? Well, the fall ball stuff is important for development, but it's also recruiting season, right? So he has work to do now that presumably will be impactful for LSU's roster going forward, right? Yeah, and there was the report that the twins were hoping to keep him to the all star break, but he's going to leave, I believe, after the series, right? With Cleveland, which tells you how immediate the college season is, right? LSU lost in a regional, about three weeks ago. And they're already looking for the next batch of players. Yeah. And Johnson is replacing Jason Kelly, the vacancy was because he took a head coaching job with the University of Washington and maybe it would be even more surprising to people that this is entitled at least a lateral move, right? Because the tigers actually seemingly came close to losing their pitching coach too for the same reason, right? Because Chris feder, who had previously been a college coach, he was under consideration for the head coaching job at Michigan. Yes, Michigan because Michigan's coach left for Clemson. And so Federer was thinking about leaving not to be the pitching coach right, though, to take over as the head coach. Correct, which maybe might make that more understandable to people, but he ultimately decided to stay with the tigers. So this is two teams in the same division where this is becoming an issue. And I guess you could say this is because those coaches are part of a new breed of big league coach, right? That's coming directly from college, like west Johnson, if he's a trailblazer in this move, he was also a trailblazer when he came to the twins, because I recall correctly, he was the first college coach to jump.

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Jill Biden helps unveil postage stamp honoring Nancy Reagan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jill Biden helps unveil postage stamp honoring Nancy Reagan

"Jill Biden helps unveil a postage stamp honoring Nancy Reagan Not only was the audience pleased as the stamp was revealed the First Lady loved it too Isn't the step just beautiful At The White House ceremony Jill Biden said First Lady Nancy Reagan served the American people with grace She understood that the role of First Lady came with inherent pitfalls and scrutiny The issuance of the forever first class stamp Barry Nancy Reagan's image is part of a yearlong celebration of the former First Lady Centennial by the Ronald Reagan presidential foundation and institute I'm Shelley Adler

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The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

"The indefatigable Julie Kelly has tracked down one of the Whitmer kidnapping defendants. This is the guy who got off. He was exonerated because the jury realized that he had been entrapped by the FBI and Julie has an exclusive interview with this guy. His name is Brandon casar down. But and he's gone through a horrible two year ordeal. Involving losing his job involving incarceration. Of course, the familiar FBI raid, the kind of massive demonstration of power almost a shock and awe type of campaign. So Julie gives a little bit of background. She says that this fellow Brandon cassata was charged along with other defendants, 5 defendants, Adam Fox, Thai garden, Caleb Franks Barry Croft, and a guy named Daniel Harris. These are the people who were charged. Now, what the interview reveals is the sort of naivete of these guys and how they were targets of the FBI from the beginning. And by the beginning, I mean, before the plot was even hatched. That's what's so telling about it. So here's talking now to Julie. And he says, you know, I was kind of locked down under a COVID court. I was stuck in my apartment with most of my family out of state. I was just trying to find people to network with. So this is the COVID frustration and the anger, by the way, at the left and imposing these lockdowns, interestingly, that was a factor here in what got these guys to demonize Whitmer and think, oh yeah, it'd be kind of cool if we so these are big talkers, these are guys who buy and large have difficult lives with not a whole lot going on and they're looking for other like minded people who give them a sense of camaraderie. So what happens is this fellow brand in Casa goes online and in June, a leader of a group called the Wolverine Watchmen, a self styled kind of militia group, basically tells casar that they are inviting him to firearms training in Michigan. Firearm streams. This guy's like, yeah, in lockdown, I wanna get out of the house. Little does he know that this being organized by not a guy named quote big Dan. And guess who big Dan is? An FBI informant. He is in a sense cooking up the plot.

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Tim Ryan Favors Late-Term Abortions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Tim Ryan Favors Late-Term Abortions

"And here's what Tim Ryan, who wants to be Ohio's next senator, said about favoring any restrictions whatsoever on any kind of abortion, including late term abortion. As senator would you have any limits on abortion? Look, I think what we had established in roe is something that we can continue to work with. And I think those can be the parameters, but then again, if you get rid of what was established law, which in many ways was conservative to keep that to appreciate stare decisis and make sure we appreciate the law, if we move away from that, you're going to get states like Ohio that have some of the most extreme laws in the whole country where if you're a young girl and you've been raped or there's been incest that you have to the state, the government is going to force you to bring that baby to China. I mean, I guess all that comes from it, but my question to you. My question was about any limits to abortion. At any point, late term, anything. Look, you got to leave it up to the woman because you and I see here a bunch of well, you and I sitting here can't account for all of the different scenarios. You hear Bret Barry say, well, that's obviously a no, I guess that's a no. You have to leave it up to the woman. She gets to choose, so she wants to go in and have a 6, 7, 8 month old baby. Ripped apart in her womb and destroyed, she gets to decide that. That senator Tim rod. That's the Democrats position. That's not just him Ryan. That's the Democrat party.

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Julie Kelly on the Government's Humiliation in the Whitmer Case

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:55 min | 2 months ago

Julie Kelly on the Government's Humiliation in the Whitmer Case

"And she's Julie Kelly, senior contributor for American greatness dot com and greatness dot com, Julie. Welcome back to our new America first studio. Well deserved fancy digs there, Seb. Well, thank you. I don't know about that. We've been working in the salt mines for three years now. So this is our reward, I guess. So you, on the other hand, have been working like a single handed news agency when it comes to January the 6th. We'll put up on the screen right now. The two books that you've already written, this loyal opposition on the never Trump movement, and then now most recently, January 6th, let's show that book, Eric, how Democrats use the capital protest to launch a war on terror against the political right. For those people who outrageously missed our discussion on newsmax just yesterday, let me start with the question I asked you there with the collapse of the whitler quote unquote fed mapping trial, which you introduced me to that phrase. And with an acquittal of Matthew Martin from the January 6th quote unquote, insurrection or fed direction, I don't want to count our chickens before they're hatched, but are we potentially seeing a chink in the armor of the political exploitation and weaponization of the federal law enforcement and Department of Justice Julie? Well, let's hope so. I mean, the verdict's in the Whitmer fed napping trial were stunning. I mean, you really can't overstate what a huge defeat this was for the Justice Department and certainly for the FBI. You had a three week trial, most of the witnesses for the government were FBI agents undercover agents, experts, the lead informant. And this whole case was built around the idea that these men got together plotted to kidnap and kill Gretchen Whitmer in the fall of 2020. But what the defense put together over a series of months in numerous court motions was a very compelling and ultimately convincing case of FBI entrapment. That was their argument that was their defense solely rested on the fact that the FBI attempted to induce these men who otherwise would not have tried to commit any of these crimes, induce them into this plot. That is what the jury concluded. They equated two men outright and the other two men, including the alleged ring leader, the jury could not come to any conclusion was hung jury, the judge declared a mistrial. And the Justice Department learning nothing apparently is planning to retrial retry Adam Fox and Barry cross

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Lucas Miles: Liberal Thought Is Forcing Hirings at Religious Schools

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Lucas Miles: Liberal Thought Is Forcing Hirings at Religious Schools

"You're telling me that there's pressure to hire at places like viola at places like azuza Pacific and whedon that they're hiring people, so for them, maybe it starts out like they think, well, we want to be more inclusive and open minded and but what they don't realize is on these issues, you're inviting the devil into rob the children, the students of their souls. It's gotten that serious that this is not just, it's not a small thing what they're doing when they let these folks in. Look, I mean, even a place we talked about by all university. There's a famous mural that's been under debate for about a decade. And it's the Jesus mural. It's a giant portrait of Jesus is painted on one of the side of the buildings. And this continues to come under attack that so much so that the president of the university, because of this color of Jesus skin because he's a little lighter than what some people would want him to be in this particular painting. And so now we had the president of the university at one point came out and said that he could understand how this picture of Jesus would cause alienation for certain states. Wait, who said that? The president of the universe and his name is. The last day of NRB. I don't even know what you're doing. You know why I know his name, his name is Barry. Yes, it is very, yes. And Barry is a good man, and I've known him for years. So it's particularly dismaying when a good man like Barry Cory is pressured into saying things like that. I don't think people realize when you say something like that, you can do tremendous damage on a number of levels because you're really giving comfort to the enemy by playing into their narrative

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Right Scoop: Zero Guilty Verdicts Found in Whitmer Kidnapping Case

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Right Scoop: Zero Guilty Verdicts Found in Whitmer Kidnapping Case

"It's our friend who writes scoop points out Zero guilty verdicts found at Whitmer kidnapping case The jury rendered verdicts today in the Whitmer kidnapping case against four men who were accused of trying to kidnap the Michigan governor Remember how that was exploited by the media the Washington compost the New York slimes the Trump haters Trump was behind this Trump and his supporters That's right No the FBI was behind it And their supporters So what did this federal grand jury find No guilty verdicts Two of the men were pronounced not guilty In a mistrial was declared for the other two and of course the U.S. attorney's office immediately said and we're going to go after those two again I'll tell you what Here's CNN a federal jury on Friday That would be today I found too many accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer not guilty of kidnapping conspiracy a mistrial was declared for two other defendants Adam Fox Barry Croft Daniel Harris and Brandon faced federal charges for allegedly conspiring to kidnap the democratic governor Harrison Concerta were found not guilty of kidnapping conspiracy The jury also found Harris not guilty in other charges The jury couldn't reach a verdict for Fox and Croft after which U.S. district judge Robert jonker declared a mistrial for those defendants all four defendants who pleaded not guilty Faced up to life in prison if convicted of kidnapping conspiracy

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Gretchen Whitmer Kidnap Plot: 2 Men Acquitted, Hung Jury for 2 More

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Gretchen Whitmer Kidnap Plot: 2 Men Acquitted, Hung Jury for 2 More

"And we are bringing you breaking news folks from The Associated Press, breaking jurors acquitted two defendants of conspiracy to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer in 2020, but couldn't agree on a verdict for two others. That means a hung jury for you people who are not in the court thing and guys, I have got this is a service we provide for you. Who is the best reporter on these legal issues right now? It is our friend from American greatness, Julie Kelly. I've got her on the line, Julie, break down what happened with his shocking and just verdict. So after 18 months of putting this case together, arresting these innocent men in October of 2020 to coincide with the election produced more bad headlines for Donald Trump, 18 months of putting this case together, numerous FBI field offices involved ruling by this judge who I really liked and did a great job, but nonetheless gave really the government everything that it wanted in terms of not presenting a lot of evidence about the eye correction to this jury. Nonetheless, DoJ walks away today with not a single conviction on four men charged with conspiracy kidnap Gretchen scratching Whitmer and conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, a firework with some pennies tape to it if you believe it. Two men are acquitted two men hung jury the deadlocked on their guilt or innocence. Now, Julie, was it deadlocked on all the counts or were they acquitted on some? The two men Daniel Harrison Brandon Concerta worked on all charges, the other two matched Adam Fox two with the alleged ringleader and Barry cross junior, the jury dead last on every count with them as

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Introducing David Simon—An HBO Writing Legend

Origins with James Andrew Miller

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Introducing David Simon—An HBO Writing Legend

"David Simon is one of the most important and prolific writers in HBO history. After graduating from the university of Maryland, Simon worked in journalism, displaying a unique voice and an unrelenting work ethic as a reporter for the Baltimore sun. In 1991, he published his first book, homicide, a year on the killing streets, to hugely enthusiastic reviews. And went on to work with Baltimore legend Barry Levinson. On the hit NBC adaptation of that show. Simon began his HBO relationship in 2000 with the corner. Before creating and serving his head writer and showrunner of the wire. A dazzling drama that is commonly listed as one of the top ten dramas ever. The show ran on HBO from 2002 through 2008. Simon was named a Macarthur fellow in 2010 and has stayed at HBO for numerous other projects, including treme, show me a hero, generation kill, the adaptation of Philip Ross plot against America and deduce.

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How You Can 'Make Every Day a Good Day by Controlling Your Mind'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:48 min | 3 months ago

How You Can 'Make Every Day a Good Day by Controlling Your Mind'

Dr. Jim Petersen on the Importance of Communication

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Jim Petersen on the Importance of Communication

"Gym. I want to switch back to you for just saying, and looking at these life lessons, what he just talked about about communication. And I've looked at over some of the ways you've titled these chapters. And that is finally what you're thankful for, adopting by, you standing shoulder to throw to those who came before you. You know, hoping for the best preparing for the worst. Patience. Those were all communication skills that when you met Barry, when he came back and you were teaching. His communication actually connects us to each other, isn't it? Yeah, sure, it does. The way that we become friends, the way we become lifelong friends is Barry and I have. Become we both were in financial services together, and Barry developed a way of communicating the clients better ways as to. Better ways to communicate why people needed financial plans. And I was director of training at that time. So we worked together to provide these to the other financial advisers that we work with. Very actually was our top producer for four years. While he was financial adviser, one of the reasons was because of the experiences that he had. Those experiences cost him to think about why financial independence was important and he could communicate it in a way and protection what's important. He could communicate in a way that none of the rest of us could communicate

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The Spirit to Soar: Lt Col Barry Bridger's Story of Hope

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 3 months ago

The Spirit to Soar: Lt Col Barry Bridger's Story of Hope

"A book's been written called the spirit to soar. And it's about the true story of former orphan and POW lieutenant colonel Barry bridger, U.S. Air Force, retired, colonel brazier, I am also a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force as well. Finished it got 20 years and so we'll see if I make it that way. Then you got Jim, Peterson. Jim is with us, and he is on that other blue, a little bit darker below the navy side, which I actually started in. But I spent more of my time with the green guys down at camp Pendleton when I was there as a chaplain, but folks, guys, it's good to have you all with us. This has been an exciting I got to look over the book. And let me just tell you, Jim for riding it, but Barry for sir for you and what you've been through. Thank you both for service and I'm looking forward to some discussion here. So am I let it rip? Here we are too. I love it. Well, let's start off jam almost start off with you on the riding of the book. You ride in the book about why you started it, but you chose it to be a biography, but also a lifeless and explain that a little bit. Well, you know, Malcolm gladwell wrote a book called outliers. And he talks about people who do extraordinary things. So started out, I've observed very known very over 30 years now. And I've observed him in the things that he does, I knew a story, but I didn't know it all that well. And once I learned his story, I told him, one day I met a writer biography in that process. I opened up the discussion of this biography saying that berry's been an inspiration in my life. I've learned so much and so a publicist said, it's a life lesson book. So we put out 17 life lessons that I've learned from Barry's life. And he's had a tremendous impact on my life.

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'The Christian Left' Author Lucas Miles Chats With Eric

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 3 months ago

'The Christian Left' Author Lucas Miles Chats With Eric

"I'm talking to my friend Lucas miles who has a book out called the Christian left, how liberal thought has hijacked the church. So let's just continue this conversation. You're telling me that there's pressure to hire at places like viola at places like azuza Pacific and whedon that they're hiring people, so for them, maybe it starts out like they think, well, we want to be more inclusive and open minded and but what they don't realize is on these issues, you're inviting the devil into rob the children, the students of their souls. It's gotten that serious that this is not just, it's not a small thing what they're doing when they let these folks in. Look, I mean, even a place we talked about by all university. There's a famous mural that's been under debate for about a decade. And it's the Jesus mural. It's a giant portrait of Jesus painted on one of the side of the buildings. And this continues to come under attack that so much so that the president of the university, because of this color of Jesus's skin, because he's a little lighter than what some people would want him to be in this particular painting. Now we had the president of the university at one point came out and said that he could understand how this picture of Jesus would cause alienation for certain situations. Who said that? The president of the universe, and his name is. The last day of NRB. I don't even know what you're doing. You know why I know his name, his name is Barry. Yes, it is very, yes. And Barry is a good man. And I've known him for years. So it's particularly dismaying when a good man, like Barry Corey, is pressured into saying things like that. I don't think people realize when you say something like that, you can do tremendous damage on a number of levels

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"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Out of time. This is so great. Barry Maguire, my friend, ignite America dot com folks. Check it out. Barry, thank you. Thank you, blessings. Hey folks, a happy Saint Patrick's Day to you again. Alvin, I want to share some stuff about Saint Patrick's. They actually you have something to share about Saint Patrick's Day. Every time we celebrate Saint Patrick's Day, now of course I'm in New York. So they have the Saint Patrick's Day parade. And you, a lot of people are under the impression that Saint Patrick's Day is the day that we celebrate becoming inebriated and drinking green beer and I want to say really no Saint Patrick was a holy man of God. Today he would be described as a white evangelical. Tell us about Saint Patrick. Well, you know, it's funny when he was like 16. He was taken as a slave from England to iri, Ireland by Irish pirates, okay? And then he spent three years as a shepherd boy. And you know, he that's where he got closer to the lord, just like he was David. I think there was more years than that. Was it only three years? But the point is that these were brutal pagan oh, sorry, 6 years. Yeah, brutal pagan tribes, they kidnapped him, he really, really suffered, and I was saying to you earlier, I wrote a children's book about this. It hasn't been published yet, but I did the research, and when you understand who this man was. Yeah. He was one of the most holy men of God, a profound profound man of Christian faith. And so it always bothers me when kind of acting like, ah, top of the morning to you, let's get drunk, and you think, no, that's not what it means to be Irish. And that's not what it means to honor Saint Patrick. He really was amazing. Tell us about the shamrock. The shamrock, 'cause that's associated with Saint Patrick, and you think, oh, it looks like a lucky charm. It's not. He used to shamrock, which had three leaves on it to talk about. Unto this very day. On to this day, he used to leave. Yep, he used it to talk about the Trinity, see how he worked that in. Father son and Holy Spirit. There you go. That's very clever of you. But it is really interesting that he was just a tremendous man of faith. And I will someday get this children's book published. It's kind of wild. People say, Eric, you know, you know, how do I get a book published? I haven't had a number of my own books published. Well, you got to make a name for yourself first area. Right. That's right. And then you got to speak at the national prayer breakfast, have New York Times best sellers and stuff like that. And then maybe somebody will publish it. But probably maybe. Okay, ready? Yes. We have to talk, we have to ask our audience now in celebration of Saint Patrick's Day. Have you given to food for the poor? Folks, we want a 100% participation. In fact, we're demanding it legally. We demand that if you listen to this program, you go to metaxas talk dot com and give whatever you like to food for the poor. It's an organization that feeds the hungry, I want to say I have something I'm going to read here. This is so many of us are praying for the Ukraine, what we can do in the Ukraine. But I want to say that right now, the folks in places like Guatemala are suffering, they're starving food for the poor, is the only way these kids can get fed. Think about this. And so they need our help, metaxas talk dot com. I'll give you the phone number in a moment. But I want to play.

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"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:57 min | 3 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We'll be right back talking to Barry Maguire. Hey folks, if you listen to this program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lindell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books and the book is next level insane. It is called, what are the odds from crack addict to CEO? It's his story. You will receive it absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code Eric. Did you hear that? It would be a great time, by the way, to buy his warm and wonderful my slippers for a limited time. He's offering 50% off my slippers. We all wear them in my extended family, my slippers. Check it out. 50% off. Go to my pillow dot com. Click on the radio listeners square and use promo code Eric. You'll also get deep discounts on all my pillow products, including some overstock products such as individual towels, blankets, comforters, and much more or call 809 7 8 30 57 that's 809 7 8 three O 5 7 to use the promo code, Eric. Used to cry. Used about folks, I'm talking to my friend Barry Maguire. He's a car guy, but he's also a God guy. He didn't have to choose because you can be a car guy. A non car guy in a God guy, just make sure you're a God guy. So you've launched a podcast. People can find you at ignite America. We have a huge ministry we do all kinds of things you can find in the ignite America dot com. It is an app as well on that app. There's just if you don't know how to share your faith, you know you should this app will tell you everything there is and how it's fun. It's not an obligation. I have people say, why are you so happy all the time? I mean, I'm always coming off of face sharing experience, and you know that's just like I do. You don't have to do anything but show up. He sets the appointment. He brings people in your life. And then Luke told Trump tells us true the Holy Spirit gives us the words to say. There are a lot of people that are scared to death. And you don't have to be to share their faith and it really is sad because you and I know that that's the joy of life because it's words of life. I mean, it's kind of interesting. But you've just started also a podcast. With Barry Maguire. And you can fight everywhere. It's on Spotify Apple podcast, Google podcast, Amazon music. All I have to do is go to ignite with Barry Maguire, but the problem is how do you spo McGuire? Well, you don't yeah, okay, well, go to there, but why are you spelled the correct way? MEG. MEG. MEG. MEG. Right. But it pops up pretty quick. We just started. You're not like the folk singer Barry Maguire. I love that brother. You're the car guy. You're doing great brother. He loves the lord, right? We know him. But there is another Barry McGuire. You know him. And he also loves you. But he's not a car guy. No, he's not. He's not. We'll forgive him for that, but he's a good guy. Well, God's working on him. We're all works in progress. Maybe someday, he'll see the headlights. But you know, we're all in full-time history. He's just look at everything we say and do. Is moving everybody watches closer or further away for God? You stiff the waiter, you're unkind to somebody. Do you watch people? Our actions don't speak louder than the words. It's words that change lives. Our actions speak before words. If our actions match our words and it doesn't matter how poorly we speak, our words have power, so we say there's nothing, there's nothing in our lives of secular, right? Right. It doesn't matter what you're talking about. Right. It's ministry. We're all in 14 ministry. And everything we do, we're focused on this one thing. It's a theme of ignite America is move everybody. Not one a day. You tell me you got to talk to somebody. One person a day out of all of you I know today are going to hell, which person should I pick? And how do I pick the right one, you know? And how about the rest of them? I guess they could just go to outlier. No, everybody. Everybody's hurting. And it's the mages, the servers, I mean, you know I can both give a lot of stories of how you just, you just start to love on people. He said, they'll know you're my disciple by your love. And everybody's starving for love. And about 80% of the population is lost. And they're searching for God. They're searching their desperate for what we have. Guess what? Over 80% of them already have a Christian in their life that they trust. We can ignite a bear with a rival in 30 days. Where does that do? You know why we're not doing it. Nobody's sending us. Remember the scripture says, how are they going to go unless they're sent? They're not being sent. Now, what do you mean by that? Nobody's sending us telling us we should be. We're in the last time. Now, you and I go to some really neat Times Square church, I go, Jack hibbs, and Tommy Barnett, but for the most part, churches don't even they're not only not sending us. They're not even preaching the gospel. Less Pew Research came up with a survey said 60,000 sermons from 5000 churches, less than 10% even mentioned Salvation. Leave alone evangelism. So it's not. The Salvation is so controversial. Why bring it up? Of course, exactly. We want people to continue attending and giving. Yeah, we need to be and then they go to hell. Who cares? Yeah, that's exactly right. And you and I are very patient about that. This will ignite. And you know what it does? It's secondary to win the lost. It ignites us because when you're in the word, I mean, we all know we should be in the word praying all the time, but we're too tired we're too busy, whatever. But when you're sharing your faith, you're digging all the time. You're being asked questions you don't know. You're getting the commentaries out and you're praying God help me to be back there for bob tomorrow when I speak to him and everything's working and here's his why and in Isaiah 43 ten. He actually there's only one verse actually says why he's mandated the great commission, share your faith for claiming the gospel and it says this is the lord. I appointed as my witness so that you will believe if we don't share a faith we atrophy and we get down we can't even begin to quote the most and that's where we are. Well that's actually that's a huge point Barry is that you just said it. If you don't share your faith on some level, your faith is dying. It dies. You need to share your feelings. That's where the church is today. For your own soul. Over 70% of Christians are afraid today. They're living in fear. If you're living in fear, you're not living in faith. If you don't have faith, you can't share faith. So I gotta tell you, and you'll agree with this wholeheartedly. Satan's using fear to sterilize the church. If you don't have faith, you can't share fate. So he's good to leave 10% of us talking to ourselves quietly in our churches and paralyzes. He's under stopping us for reproducing out of fear. But when we share our faith, the fear goes away because he says that Isaiah 43 ten. I pointed as my witness so that you will believe because when you're doing it and got as you just spontaneous conversation you just met this person and all of a sudden you realize God put them in your path and then he gives you a scripture that you haven't even thought of for ten years and the words come out and all of a sudden the person is just noticeably changed. God just I sell car wax and God just used me. He just used me and I walk away from every one of those experiences looking up at Jesus face. I do this every time. And it seems smiling at me. We can grieve the Holy Spirit, but we can make Jesus happy with us. And I seem smiling at me and you know what? It's the joy of the lord that gets me straight. Not my joy. And when I see him smiling and I see, I know he just say, way to guy, but how many times do I miss it? And he must go over. I said that up there, you just blew it up. But when I actually see it and I do it and I walk away and I know I was right at the right time for God and I said what do you want me to say? I look up, I see Jesus. There's no other way to live. We've just got seconds left. I want to be clear. The podcast is. Ignite with Barry McGregor. Ignite. And people can go to ignite America dot com. So we'll give you the whole trap. Just launched, so you have a couple of guests lined up already. Yeah, we have some Eric, somebody's on. Eric my taxes, I believe. I believe I'm one of the guests. Yeah, I believe you are. The best of them all, but don't tell the other guys. Well, we have a Mike lindell on there. I got Mike on, you know, Mike to do this. I said, Mike, don't talk to me about pillows. And don't talk to me about election fraud. I want to hear anything about that. Why is it that everywhere you go? Are you talking about Jesus? And he just lit up. No, no, no. He does that. We're.

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"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:36 min | 3 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"At the inner B I'm talking to my friend Barry Maguire, who is launching a podcast called ignite. Ignite with Barry McGuire. The podcast is ignite. The night was very very and I want to talk to you about that, but we're talking about your other passion and this is fascinating because it's God has given you a voice in the car community. It's amazing. But so you're telling us this story. I love this, that you buy in 1901 car. The guy who just because of 1901. Because it's the year your grandfather started his business. That's okay. And you're finding out from this Dutchman who I gather does not share your faith. And I've shared my faith with him for years, so he knows I'm a Christian. That's why he can't believe I bought this car and didn't even understand the Christian background on the card. We need to review this. You're telling me that the durier when they created this car in 1901, they gave it three cylinders. Because the Trinity and the Trinity. That is nuts. I don't know if I think that's a good thing or an insane thing. That's just how many carburetors three. How many tires? Three. I mean, that's just amazing. So any explains of fish is, you know where the fish outside? No, he looks at me like he just, he can not believe I could be that stupid because already he says the early church is signed to the fish. I said, yeah? Really? Are you kidding me? He looks at me and he says, do you not understand? Now, this is the ultimate historian for the car hobby, okay? What's his name again? And if you get if you get to hall and you have to see his museum, it's mind boggling, or you go on YouTube and see my TV show with him. But he is so patient and so brilliant. And he says, do you not know that this is the only car ever made to honor God? And he keeps telling me that the el Camino does not honor God. Because I got a rusty 1974 el Camino, you're telling me that was not made you guys. Or the 69 Camaro that I have or the gremlin or the ANC caser, the none of these cars on our God. Is that incredible? And he knew it. And he couldn't believe that I didn't know it. And we're just saying, so I get to use it as a testimony to Karen and I are asked to speak all over the place at car shows. He gave us a card story. I get to use that story and they're in tears. And I'm able to tell the secular environment how God is real, how he answers your prayers. He I mean, all the things you want to talk about God being real in our lives, so they understand why we're so happy all the time. So the proof is that God allowed the Christian to get the car out of the hands of that fierce Dutchman. He rescued it. Yeah. Glory to God. He would have listened to I saw that car. You let me take a picture sitting sitting in that car, but I didn't touch the sides of it with my hands. But then I had learned. You learned by then. I had learned. You don't do that. We'll give you a round berry. But no, that's just a cool story. Look, you've got a lot of car stories. I mean, you have met people that we would know Jay Leno, others who are fiercely interested in cars. Oh yeah, they're all fellow car guys. They're car guys. What about what about people like A.J. Foyt or uncertain, those people have you met any of those folks? All of the above. Jackie Stewart. You've met Jackie Stewart. Phil hill, great American legend, you know, and he accepted the lord the last right in the last like two days before he passed away. I thought you were going to say in the last lap of the Daytona 500. And he probably came close to doing that. In the last lap, but anyway, you know, my business is my pulpit. And back in 1976, when I say my going into full-time ministry, and I prayed this most fervent prayer in my life, God, if you want me to go into full-time ministry, I will do it. I just want to do what you want me to do, but you almost had to speak to me with an audible voice and you know the story. This man came into my office my age by new grew up in the mission field at my church. I knew him there, but I didn't know him. I never exchanged a glance for this guy. And in my office, he walked in and says, how's it going, Barry? I just thought I was in the air. I thought I'd come by to see how you're doing. And I made a snap decision that this missionary kid probably wouldn't be in the cool car. So I started telling him stories about people to share my faith with, he looks at me, he says, wow, you have a wonderful ministry here, don't you? And I backed out, I said, I'm sure I just prayed this far. I said, why would you say that? And folks, this is a surprise to every one of us. He said a pastor can't reach the people that you reach, but as a businessman you can, it's obvious that your business is your pulpit. And everybody listening to us right now, every one of us has a pulpit. And he said to me, he says, it is your pulpit for ministry. And I said, I got to tell you, I just prayed this prayer not 20 minutes ago. He said, well, that explains it. That's an explains what. He says, I was driving from Orange County airport. I dropped off a couple of mischievous errors driving up red hill, which is the closest Main Street to my office, and God spoke to me and said, go see Barry Maguire. And I spoke to him, go see Gary McGuire. And he said, I argue with God all the way to your office. I don't know this guy. I know where the building is, but I don't know him. I don't know what kind of business he's in. I'm going to make a fool to myself. But then when he got to the office, he said he won't even be here and before I already said I'm walking to your office and my heart is beating up in my throat and I don't know what to say, but how's it going? And that's in less than or obedience. If he's not met or beat it, I would have been a terrible pastor. I'm a businessman. So let's get this straight. So God speaks to this man to go visit you 20 minutes before you pray this prayer. So say it again. What was the prayer? Say it again. I cried out literally is the most favorite part of my life. I said, God, I can't keep my mind more work. I'm a double minded man right now. I don't want to be double minded if you want me to go into full-time ministry. I will. I didn't realize I was already in it. I will. I will do that, God. But you almost had to speak to me with an audible voice. And he said, I've got a guy with an audible voice driving in a car right now, just a few minutes from here. Let me see. Let me see if I can get him on the line. And he gets him exactly. And he gets him to drive to you. And in that man's audible voice, he speaks to you. And your life unbelievable. Has been changed. And I had seen my business overlapping with Minnesota, didn't realize they were the same. And for a lot of people don't get married, that's look, a lot of people, we're out of time in the segment. A lot of people don't get that, that if you are a Christian, you don't need to go into quote unquote full-time ministry to be a full-time. We are in full time. Wherever you are, there you are. And.

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"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Was. Anyway, I walked up and there's a crowd. And the number one car collector in the world, ebert lauman, he's in Holland, and he has probably a $1 billion collection. The number one car collector in the world is a Dutchman. Yes. Shame on you, Americans. How could you let a Dutchman? This guy is I hate the Dutch. I hate him. Hey, they played a pretty creative role as you know. Cory tin boom and whatever. I take it back. Yeah, you got it. I don't need to remind you. I merely dislike that. No, so come on, seriously. So you're telling me that you bought the car and that this Dutchman who is the number one car collector in the world. And historian was very upset. He was. He wanted to buy the car. He got their God, thank you, lad. He got there just after the car went off the block. So we came back to the garage to find it and he bought this car. They said, well, buried and cared about this car though. He couldn't believe because we're not antique car people, and he came over. He's, you know how special this car is. I said, what's the 1901 car? You know he's basically saying, do you know what you stole from me? Yeah, exactly right. Because he has all these others, but this is a car he didn't have that he always wanted. And here's the reason for it. He says, you know why this car is so special. I said, well, it's a 1901 car. He says, you know why it has three cylinders. Okay, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. So nobody I would never believe that a car could have an odd number of cylinders. No, that's two, four, 6, 8, because of the one. I'm familiar with the concept of even numbers barriers. I know we're Friends, but you don't need to. You don't need to tell me about that. So you're telling me that this 1901 car has three cylinders. Cylinder. So he says, you know what, it has three cylinders. He's very patient. Most patient I've ever met. The most passionate Dutchman in the world. It car guy over the award. You know why it has three cylinders. I said, no, I don't. He looks at me like, I bought this car and I don't know why it's so special. You know there are Christians. And I said, who? The jury a brother. Okay, so the jury ate brothers who made this car in 1901 were Christians. Well, then he says to me, and the name was Durer, and then in the car the dirty, he says, you know they were Christians. I said, who's in the dirty brothers? You know, they called themselves trinitarians. I looked at it. Are you telling me that they created an engine with three cylinders for that? And then he ran this out. You saw the fish in the side, you know, you saw that, right? And I had seen the fish carb on the woodside. Look, you showed me that fish. It's so subtle, most people wouldn't know that. Lots of queries. It's just beautiful the way they did it. Right. But I had looked at it and thought, why would anybody put a fish in a car right now? Am I the car anyway? Seems a little stupid to me and you saw the fish. I said, yeah, he said, you know why that's there? I said, no, he's Barry. I mean, he's not the Christian. This is when he knew you had no right to own this car. Exactly. That he should have gotten this car. He was that if an ignoramus, like you could pocket, it's just not wrong. On any level, it's wrong. We're going to go to a break..

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"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:52 min | 3 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Here we are. Now listen, you're a little complicated. Let's figure this out. People know you. A lot of people in the car business and the car world, no Barry Maguire. You're a car guy. I'm a car guy. Hey, you know what? So are you? You just did. I'm only coming to our guy because I've become friends with you. About cars. You know, your car crazy jeans. Yes. Yes. No, but it is interesting because that's how you're made. That's how you're known to a lot of people and you know a lot of people in the car world. I mean, anybody who's in the car world, I think, knows you, but it started in what? 1901. 1901, my grandfather started making a furniture polish, and he was obsessed with creating a perfect finish in black lacquer furniture. It happens over half the horses carriage manufacturers in the United States more than a 150 of them were in Indiana. They all painted their horses carriages with black lacquers. Okay, you know what? This is the backstory that even I have not heard. This is fascinating. In 1901, yeah. Your grandfather. Yes, praying. Was obsessed with creating the perfect reflection. Clear reflection. But was it wax or lacquer one? No, he wouldn't use wax. He used it. He was against using wax. You just want to create a policy to create this perfect perfect but reflection. But for furniture or for horse carriages. For furniture, he was, he was focused on furniture, but you see the horses carriages, and he was in the state where most of them were being made, they painted their carriages with black lacquer. And so without his permission, they took the furniture polish and it started becoming a carriage pod. That's how we got in the car wax business. I mean, God didn't do it. Barry, I gotta tell you, I love that because I've not heard that story. Because people forget that once upon a time, there were these things called carriages and horses pulled them. And then suddenly they became horseless carriages. And we don't even think about that anymore. You know what they were, that's how it happened to my grandfather moved out to California in 1913, having no idea the car hobby would explode at the end of World War II, and that's where the car having that as we know it today. There's 30 billion car guys just in the United States. What does that mean? 30 million car guys. It's not audible Bill business people sell cars. It's people that are patient about their cars and restoring their cars and their cars almost become part of their family and it's almost a sickness, but not quite. It's almost, it almost is. It's almost idle worship, but not quite. But on top of everything else you're doing, I'm implementing you to get just a little bit car crazy here. Well, listen, I want to tell people because one thing I can do on this program since this is not like a hard hitting news program. I get to get the back story, you know? And so you know anybody who's big into cars, you know them or they know you from Jay Leno. The car guy's car wax, here's the thing, okay? My grandfather did that 19 one. I was just going to ask you, what's the thing? The thing is, if Maguire is known for anything and I'm not here to talk about car wax, but it is interesting that if we're known for anything, you ask a car guy what's Maguire's most known for. It's for creating a perfect finish on black paint, which is tough to do. If you can do it on block, you do it any color. Okay, and the reason I know this is because when I had the privilege of visiting your home, oh, you open your garage. To show me some of your cars. And I, being a non car guy up to that point, dared to put my hand on the surface of one of these cars. Because I was like, what's a big deal? Who doesn't touch cars? What kind of a world do I live in? You got to get the air out. And let me tell you something. Very almost lost his faith. He's a serious Christian, but that was a challenge to him. If I was a profanity at that moment I said, to curse God and die because he'd seen something that's such an abomination that a friend would touch sacrilege a car. Come on. And so I can't have dust on my cars. Yeah, you swung at me. I don't know if you remember that. But I thought to myself, wow, this is some serious stuff. Yeah, I'm serious about my business. And car guys are serious about their paid finishes. And so and their patient about it. And when their pressure with their cars or pressure at the park that makes their cars look perfect, we get to enjoy all that patience. It's a wonderful business and we're doing exactly the same thing my granddad was obsessed with doing in 1901. So we've honored him. He was a man of God. I have his book on systematic theology has written all over you. I think I showed it to you. You did. And my grandparents are my mom, so I would go with pastors from both of my sides coming down to me. You know, the prayers of those who have gone before us. I mean, we didn't get here by accident. I mean, how is it that so few people really know the lord and Eric you and I are two of those, how blessed we are. We're really three of them. Yeah. That's how passionate we are about our faith. We're three of them. No, but when you say that, I mean, again, it was when I was visiting you in your home near Phoenix. I just thought to myself, it's interesting that it's a family story. The car story, the faith story, you showed me. I mean, are you able to share what cars you have there? Because I would love to talk about a couple of them. I think this story that our listeners be more interested in is how when I am selling car wax, how did it start sharing my faith, right? Okay, because in the interests and the interest of this album, this is going to be the ten, the ten 30 instead, because we've got to tell this story. So you are very passionate about your faith. And that's ultimately how we know each other. Yes. But some of these cars, you showed me one car, and I almost couldn't believe it. It was basically what. Was that a 1901? In 1901. Now, the idea that there's a car, you know, 19 carriage one. If you will. That's the point is it looks just like a horse's carriage, except it is a horseless camera. And you told me the story of that car. It's hard for us to imagine that a 120 years ago, that here's this beautiful carriage in a cute with an engine and what is it? Like two cylinders? It's better than that. Remember this story? I tell you, sorry, everybody knew the story. See, that's why I'm asking. It has a tiller, it's driven with a tiller, you know? A killer. I bought the carbs in 1901 car care, and I wanted a 1901 card represent the year by grandfather started her business. So we bought like 7 8 years ago. At an auction at a classic car auction, actually some Friends bought her for us. We asked them to do that by the time we got to their provider. With your money? Yes. Because that doesn't count. Of course. No, if they bought it with their money, then they bought it for you. Otherwise, they were too much of our money. We wouldn't have spent that much, but they did, and that's the way it was..

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"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"A lot of people in the car business and the car world, no Barry Maguire. You're a car guy. I'm a car guy. Hey, you know what? So are you? You just did. I'm only coming to our guy because I've become friends with you. About cars. You know, your car crazy jeans. Yes. Yes. No, but it is interesting because that's how you're made. That's how you're known to a lot of people and you know a lot of people in the car world. I mean, anybody who's in the car world, I think, knows you, but it started in what? 1901. 1901, my grandfather started making a furniture polish, and he was obsessed with creating a perfect finish in black lacquer furniture. It happens over half the horses carriage manufacturers in the United States more than a 150 of them were in Indiana. They all painted their horses carriages with black lacquers. Okay, you know what? This is the backstory that even I have not heard. This is fascinating. In 1901, yeah. Your grandfather. Yes, praying. Was obsessed with creating the perfect reflection. Clear reflection. But was it wax or lacquer one? No, he wouldn't use wax. He used it. He was against using wax. You just want to create a policy to create this perfect perfect but reflection. But for furniture or for horse carriages. For furniture, he was, he was focused on furniture, but you see the horses carriages, and he was in the state where most of them were being made, they painted their carriages with black lacquer. And so without his permission, they took the furniture polish and it started becoming a carriage pod. That's how we got in the car wax business. I mean, God didn't do it. Barry, I gotta tell you, I love that because I've not heard that story. Because people forget that once upon a time, there were these things called carriages and horses pulled them. And then suddenly they became horseless carriages. And we don't even think about that

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Barry Meguiar and Eric Talk Cars

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Barry Meguiar and Eric Talk Cars

"A lot of people in the car business and the car world, no Barry Maguire. You're a car guy. I'm a car guy. Hey, you know what? So are you? You just did. I'm only coming to our guy because I've become friends with you. About cars. You know, your car crazy jeans. Yes. Yes. No, but it is interesting because that's how you're made. That's how you're known to a lot of people and you know a lot of people in the car world. I mean, anybody who's in the car world, I think, knows you, but it started in what? 1901. 1901, my grandfather started making a furniture polish, and he was obsessed with creating a perfect finish in black lacquer furniture. It happens over half the horses carriage manufacturers in the United States more than a 150 of them were in Indiana. They all painted their horses carriages with black lacquers. Okay, you know what? This is the backstory that even I have not heard. This is fascinating. In 1901, yeah. Your grandfather. Yes, praying. Was obsessed with creating the perfect reflection. Clear reflection. But was it wax or lacquer one? No, he wouldn't use wax. He used it. He was against using wax. You just want to create a policy to create this perfect perfect but reflection. But for furniture or for horse carriages. For furniture, he was, he was focused on furniture, but you see the horses carriages, and he was in the state where most of them were being made, they painted their carriages with black lacquer. And so without his permission, they took the furniture polish and it started becoming a carriage pod. That's how we got in the car wax business. I mean, God didn't do it. Barry, I gotta tell you, I love that because I've not heard that story. Because people forget that once upon a time, there were these things called carriages and horses pulled them. And then suddenly they became horseless carriages. And we don't even think about that

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"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay, so we got Barry McGuire at the end of the program. We're going to share some other stuff. We want to remind you, ladies and gentlemen, we're doing a fundraiser for our food for the poor. I think because everybody's distracted with Ukraine, not that it's a distraction, but the giving for food for the poor is way down. So we want to remind you that the starvation and the malnutrition and the difficulty that goes on in our hemisphere doesn't change because Putin is invading Russia. These kids need our help. They are literally starving to death and suffering in our hemisphere. So food for the poor allows us to be a part of this. So we invite you to go to our website, the radio website, metaxas talk dot com, not Eric metaxas dot com. That's where you go for everything else to sign up for my newsletter, but my taxes talk dot com. You'll see the banner give life. Check it out. We'll be back with Barry Maguire. And just hanging around taking it slow so happy I found I still can't smile hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth Talbot have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back hip or knee pain, 1995, about a dollar a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month. If it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or to the three week quick start for 1995, let's see if we can get you out of pain too. Go to relief factor dot com. Relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it. It works. Folks this year can tax the show. I'm at NRB and I'm talking to my friend Barry Maguire. What kind of friends go to go to your house when you're not there? I know. Yeah, you and your loved one wife. I'll come here and have to come to Phoenix. Stay at our House. In fact, we have a special casita just for you. And we booked the whole thing and whatever, and then we find out, oh yeah. You're not going to be there. So you basically got us to be caretakers for free. That's what I really, that's what it was. I shot three armadillo. Yeah, there you go. And I'm not getting any credit for it. Anyway, it worked out. And here.

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Please Say a Prayer for Eric's Father

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Please Say a Prayer for Eric's Father

"My dad, who will be 95 in June, he has for years struggled with low blood platelets. It's really like a potentially fatal condition. And the doctors have tried everything over the years and it's been up and down and up and down. Really crazy stuff. He hadn't had, he had to have his spleen removed. That was like one of this last ditch efforts about three years ago. He's been through all kinds of stuff and the platelets again are way down. Like nonexistent levels. It's really dangerous. It's really bad. He's undergoing some treatment today and tomorrow, but it's all inconclusive. So I just want to say to people, I would, to use the Christian term, I covet your prayers for my dad, Nick metaxas, that his platelet count would be raised up because it is really, it's tough stuff. And I think people can imagine if you say, hey, Eric, what's going on in your life? What's important to you? Nothing's more important than my mom and dad. I love them, I think as much as you could love your parents, they've just been amazing. Parents to me and I just want to ask that really shamelessly ask people to pray for my dad, Nicholas metaxas for his health right now because of his platelets.

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"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Today we got a lot of fun stuff today. Let's lay this out for the game, okay? Ready, folks. Here's what we have. Number one, in hour one, we're talking to my friend Barry Maguire. Barry McGuire, he's become a friend over the last few years. He is like one of the ultimate car guys in the world. If you're in the car world, you know Barry Maguire, he knows you. I won't send any more, but he's got a crazy story to tell about a 1901 car that was created to reflect the Christian faith of these automotive pioneers who designed it. Crazy story coming up in a minute that's Barry Maguire. By the way, he's my stuff. He's Irish, I believe. Maguire is a wire. He might be now, he might. I think he might be no. So Albin, we also, today, have, in our two today, my goodness, we have asked metaxas, people ask me questions, and I come up with really blood curdling answers. This is today in our tube today. So if you go to metaxas talk dot com, you can listen on the link there. You can listen on podcasts. You already know this folks. You can get the app for your phone. But don't miss our two today, ask me taxes, some blood curdling questions today. After that, I talked to Missy Robertson, part of the duck dynasty dynasty, and she talks about children's books. She's got, but our Friends, the talbots, the man Pete and Seth Talbot who invented relief factor. These Genie's business geniuses, they're coming on the program. We're going to be doing this doing this about once a week, I think Alvin, is that right? Yeah. Yeah, once a week, it's like a free college course in getting your business together. And by the way, they're asking for your questions. So if you send us questions at metaxas talk dot com, we'll pass them along to the talbots and some of them will be answered on a business questions for this business geniuses.

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'The Silencing of the Lambs' With Author Michael Brown

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 3 months ago

'The Silencing of the Lambs' With Author Michael Brown

"Michael Brown, my friend, welcome. Great to be with you, Eric. Thanks for the memories. You've got a great story, which we're not going to get into today. We've talked about that many times on the program before, but you have a new book out, and unfortunately it's very important. The book is titled the silencing of the lambs, the ominous rise of cancel culture, and how we can overcome it. So what do you say in the book, roughly speaking? There really is an attempt to shut us up to silence us to cancel us to marginalize us and to put us in a place where we can not speak up and get our message out. When I say us, I mean followers of Jesus with conservative biblically based values, I'm not paranoid about this. In fact, a large part of the book is strategies as to how we can overcome. But this is real. I mean, we're in a situation today where it's not just a matter of we disagree with you. But we have to cancel you out. You know, in China, we'll talk about someone with disappeared. They use it as a vowel. They were disappeared. They suddenly, they're not there anymore, or under Soviet Union. Some of this disappearance, they're blanked out. They're blotted out. That's what's happening in a different way. Barry Weiss has spoken up about this. She was in New York Times journalist, a liberal feminist quote, married to another woman and she found the atmosphere in New York Times for her to be so toxic that if you raise a narrative, you are not just criticized but you would cancel she called it social murder and it's so extreme now that you have voices like the irreverent atheist Bill Maher or reverend Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman or actors like Alec Baldwin or sports personalities like Dana White and they're all raising their voice against this Nick Cave singer songwriter in Australia said that cancel culture is mercy's antithesis. So you do one wrong thing. 15 years ago, something in your useful days. It comes out today. You can lose your

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"barry" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

06:56 min | 8 months ago

"barry" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Know what I can do. Thanks to recovery. Yeah, yeah. And having those, the skill sets in there. And I imagine if someone's growing up with that kind of structure, maybe they do it automatically. I don't know. But those of us that maybe didn't get all that, we got to get the skills to do it. And there's nothing wrong with not having gotten that. It can be all kinds of reasons. My mother might start it out with my father having a brain tumor surgery on my tenth birthday. Three years later, my mom died. And when I was sick 13 and three years later, my dad died when I was 16. So just even other issues aside, just having those things happen between the ages of ten and 16 is enough to cause problems. Absolutely. I don't have to feel ashamed of that. I don't have to say, oh, I'm so bad. I couldn't cope with my mom's death. Of course you couldn't hurt 13 years old. Yeah. And being able to realize that and put all those pieces together. And I think sometimes, you know, in the first two years of recovery, you can't always put all those pieces together in a way that's meaningful that helps us move through it, past it beyond it, transcend it, whatever we want to call until we're living our best life and creating our best life. Right. And if you're lucky enough to have good people around you have been through good treatment and good therapy, you'll be able to put lay down the stepping stone so it'll keep you growing in that area. I did some of that with my parents deaths while I was in those first two years. But I never really dealt with some of them until four or 5, 6 years down the road because I wasn't ready. And that's okay. Yeah. Yeah, that's just how we work as human beings. For whatever reason that is. People discover one day. I don't know, but well, well, Barry, I know we could talk about this for a long time. And dig in to it even more. One quick one thing I want to add about the book, I was going to say this earlier. But I've also put together. And it's going to be for those who buy the book. They'll get a link to I put together a three week journal getting started journal with three weeks of daily prompts and ideas and comments of building taking a look at yourself in building in the recovery. If people buy the book, there's a link there to get a free PDF download. It's also going to be available the end of October as a paperback book. Anybody wants to buy a paperback book? But I thought that was an important piece. And how do you move from where you are? Into an idea of mastery. So that's the other piece of this book. It's this journal. And hopefully I'm looking forward to doing some more things with maybe webinars or other things down the line. Whatever feedback I get from people is going to be important to what I do next with it. Wow, that's great. And having those practical steps sometimes can really help us just take action because we can just say just do this. So I totally appreciate that. One of the questions before we completely wrap up, one of the questions I love to ask is, you know, if you can someone's out there, maybe there are, you know, they've had two years of recovery, they're struggling, what's next? And you can tell them one thing. One thing that you'd want them to know, what would be the one thing you would give them? A stick with it because just when you think you've reached as far as you can go, you're only at the beginning. And there's so much more ahead of you. Don't stop Winston Churchill's famous line. If you're going through hell, to get through it, just keep moving. And I think that's really what that's the biggest word I would give to anybody don't give up, it's going to be difficult at times. You need to persistence. You need the movement. But just keep going. You ain't seen nothing yet. Oh, awesome. Awesome Barry. Where can people find you find your book? How can they get ahold of you? Or the books on Amazon, and there's a Kindle version as well as paperback and a hardback. Later in the month, there will also be an audiobook version of it. Read by me. That's all on Amazon.com. Search for mastering recovery with my name. The website isn't completely ready. It isn't completely, it isn't completed yet. But there's stuff there. There's links there and WWW dot B, a LE HMA N dot com. The WWE BA layman dot com. Awesome. I will put all of that in the show notes as well. So if you don't remember, go to the addicted mind dot com and you'll be able to click on the link there and get it and find Barry's book on mastering recovery. Barry thank you for coming on, sharing your wisdom and your passion and your joy with living our best life. You're welcome. And thank you. This is important. People die from this disease and they die after many years of it if they haven't found how to do recovery for themselves. And I'm hoping that fewer people will die as a result and find the joy that's really there. Thank you, Barry. All right, everyone. Thank you for listening to the addicted mind podcast. As usual all the show notes will be at the addicted mind dot com and there you can get all of the links to various website and his book. And once again, if you are enjoying the addicted mind podcast, please rate and review as an iTunes. It really does help get the podcast a lot of exposure helps people find the podcast and I really do appreciate it. And it helps me know that this podcast is important and that people are getting a lot out of it. And it's valuable. So thank you to everyone who's been able to do that. I really appreciate it. And if you want to continue the conversation online, think about joining our Facebook group, just go to Facebook and type in the addicted mind podcast and click join. All right, everyone. Have a wonderful rest of your day. And I will talk to you on the next episode..

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"barry" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"barry" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I try to act like we didn't just do a fact check but we did. Don't they really don't like that. No i would hate that honesty. Yeah they do. yeah streaky. You got to be honest him. What they want is not always the same. Still wearing white t-shirts do i know. I'm still thinking about the boy who gave you. His number is those wondering like i guess. If he's a fan of the show he does know your age. But you also read young. I imagine being twenty-seven and not thinking you're older than me i agree. I don't know how often we talk about age on here. doing fast. Math a lot of saint thirteen younger comes up every time. A guest is around your age. That's around that is true. That is true but you know what we talk about. All the time is when there's a guest who's younger than me. It's like a big shock that they're younger so maybe it is coming across. Like i'm much younger than i am. And you look young. I do i do but i'm a. I'm a on the eve of thirty four years. Yeah it's exciting. Thirty four is like not real age either was thirty three degree thirty. Two for some reason stands out in my mind. It was a big year. Okay okay very good. Thirty to thirty five are all nothing years kind of i think and then thirty five feels different. I learned something about silly valentina. By the way why god. I don't think he wrote that song. I think that's what i found. Funny valentine silly silly stupid. Valentine's i think he re recorded it and i think that's what i figured out in montana. I think the original was on the radio or did that her sin redo it. We'll never know okay. This was a great episode. Barry meyer opioids. Hot topic way opioids or. That was his first book. And now as new books out about opioids. This is private is a yeah okay. Okay okay is. An opiate opioids axiom. Which was but you just fell backwards in a weird way. If i'm him. I'd prefer it came out that way because it'd be one thing if i had. I knew that about them. And then i was going to bring that up about him but just like i was talking about the power of journalism not realizing it was him kinda he had to. Then tell you it was him. Yeah maybe he felt like that was going to be a brag. But i gotta be honest if someone was in here and they were just going on about how great hit and run is not knowing. I had anything to do with it. That's pretty much the ultimate alma. Yeah you know. There's no pandering happening. Yeah yeah that's true and people would that facial recognition comment always nervous now saying disorder. Yeah the the gift of facial amnesia. If you have that you could probably love hit and run. Sit down with me and have no fucking clue because you wouldn't recognize me is the guy that was in that move. But wouldn't they still see you. Oh they can't remember what they saw right. Oh yeah because. I have a friend that has some what. What is brad pitt. Look like i can tell you what his hair looks like. I cannot tell you what his face looks like that..

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"barry" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"barry" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"He's like a ukrainian jew. Much like alexander vindman who testified during the first trump impeachment. Right and they were kind of contemporaries you know. They both came to the united states at the same time. And like eager. Yeah he sort of like a guy like if you if you like your insurance company and you think someone's defrauding you by pretending they're sick or whatever he'll go sit outside your house on a cold night eating pizza to make sure your now out there weightlifting or something like that right right. Doing wind sprints in the front yard. Yeah once you keep caught wind of what was going on. He was incredibly horrified. He'd start was look. I came to the united states. This country welcomed us when we were escaping this horrible treatment in eastern europe. And here i am. I'm being used by this isreaeli company to try to prevent the exercise of free speech and try to thwart the press from doing. Its job in my book. He sort of described as someone who had like much more integrity than all. These high priced lawyers. That were working for david. Boies is law firm that had signed off and we're using black cube together dirt and you're one of the things that struck me as i was working on the book with this case and in many other cases is that you have all these people that put on suits and ties or very nice dresses every day. Go to work at law firms and find it morally acceptable to employ conman like the slumps and schmucks that worked for black cube. Because they think that's how they can win their cases. Hey guys guess what i did today. I hired these people who go out and pretend that there's someone that they're not an run this con- game in order to try to trick people into like giving them information yet in the people being tricked are often victims of sexual abuse. Yes so again. As is always the case like i get distracted by these other kind of human inevitability so the fact that you have this multimillion dollar deal and you think you're hiring like this black cube elite espionage type cia level at my five thing and that ultimately the human.

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"barry" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"barry" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Military who gotten very addicted doxa content because for wartime injuries in iraq and afghanistan when people came math lost a limb. They'd gotten severely her. The medical doctors in the military were giving them oxycontin. And this ex-soldier. Shane was a wonderful human. Being was explained to me like this decision point that he came to which was that he loved his wife. He loved his kids but he was taking so many drugs that being on the couch all day watching. Tv getting really pissed off if they were interrupting him or wanting is attention and then just one day he decided this has got to stop. Or i'm gonna kill myself and he just went cold turkey and went through this horrible ordeal but emerged out the other side of the thankfully and regained his life from gain control over his life. Yeah okay so when you are investigating her do did they ever deploy anyone to mess with you. I mean they have such resources. Did they put anyone on you. Literally leads to your current book. Spooked the trump dossier black cube and the rise of private spies. I wonder were they watching you. I have no doubt they were. There's a huge amount of documentation that is still under wraps in litigation. But i know that there are many doctors in there. If you do a tech surge for barry meyer. You're going to have enough reading for a coupla days and if you do a tech surge for kroll associates and very famous private spine firm. You're also gonna get a lot of tech so basically crows looking at me. There were looking at other reporters. They were looking at people. Interrupt you for one second. Is it nexia nick. Curls dad's nichols. Dan phasing yeah new curls dad. Can you believe that yeah. We love nick kroll. So this just got really dynamic. Jewels curl is his name. Essentially created the modern day. Private spying industry. Wow yes wow yes. And if nick acting comedic career doesn't work out and i hope it stays good amaze me love him..

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"barry" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"barry" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Military who gotten very addicted doxa content because for wartime injuries in iraq and afghanistan when people came math lost a limb. They'd gotten severely her. The medical doctors in the military were giving them oxycontin. And this ex-soldier. Shane was a wonderful human. Being was explained to me like this decision point that he came to which was that he loved his wife. He loved his kids but he was taking so many drugs that being on the couch all day watching. Tv getting really pissed off if they were interrupting him or wanting is attention and then just one day he decided this has got to stop. Or i'm gonna kill myself and he just went cold turkey and went through this horrible ordeal but emerged out the other side of the thankfully and regained his life from gain control over his life. Yeah okay so when you are investigating her do did they ever deploy anyone to mess with you. I mean they have such resources. Did they put anyone on you. Literally leads to your current book. Spooked the trump dossier black cube and the rise of private spies. I wonder were they watching you. I have no doubt they were. There's a huge amount of documentation that is still under wraps in litigation. But i know that there are many doctors in there. If you do a tech surge for barry meyer. You're going to have enough reading for a coupla days and if you do a tech surge for kroll associates and very famous private spine firm. You're also gonna get a lot of tech so basically crows looking at me. There were looking at other reporters. They were looking at people. Interrupt you for one second. Is it nexia nick curls. Dad's nichols dan phasing. It's new curls. Dad can you believe that. Yeah we love nick kroll so this just got really dynamic. Jewels curl is his name. Essentially created the modern day. Private spying industry. Wow yes wow yes. And if nick acting comedic career doesn't work out and i hope it stays good amaze me love him..

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"barry" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"barry" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

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"barry" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"barry" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

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"barry" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"barry" Discussed on The Industry

"Superman. The movie while Star, wars was a modestly budgeted film that took the world by surprise. Superman the movie was quite the opposite. At the time it was the most expensive film ever made fifty five million dollars, and there was a huge anticipation for it. The producers of Superman the movie new a good thing. When they saw, they snagged up three quarters of the Oscar. Winning production design team from Star Wars John Barry Less Dilly Norman. And if you're wondering about the fourth Roger Christian, he that all right for himself. He ended up working on alien instead. After his Oscar Win Barry found himself with even more responsibility on superman movie. Then he had had on any other film here not only was he head of production design, but he was also named the second unit director. Even makes an appearance in the making of Superman documentary. The whole operation took place under the guiding hand of John. Barry the man who designed Star Wars. Star Wars is March Sort of story this whereas Superman is much more poetic element. Does that mean that he is in the red cloak and blue suit and red boots? So it is already much more of a fantasy. This is the biggest film stage in the world, and over the next ten weeks at one hundred people contended into. A magical part of the Arctic where? Kids. Fortress of, solitude is. Again the way I'm standing now be. The say lot of pack-ice. But soon all the planning and building must end and the actors takeover. Superman movie was released on December Fifteenth. Nineteen seventy eight to critical acclaim and box office glory. It would play in theaters for fifty four weeks. Jon Barry's vision of what Superman tone planet of Krypton looks like set the standard for how down would be portrayed, not just for other movies also for TV shows and even comic books, a good example of this is the DC six issue miniseries man of steel, and the four issue miniseries, the world of Krypton both from the mid nineteen eighties. And this brings us to Saturn. Saturn three. Technologically perfect world. Mistakes impossible because the impossible. Is Unthinkable. This year, the inhabitants of Saturn three are about to experience the unthinkable. Some. Is Wrong on Saturn's three rated. R. Checked local newspapers for a theater near you. Saturday. Three released in nineteen, eighty is a sci-fi thriller starring Farah Fawcett. Kirk Douglas Harvey Keitel and an eight foot robot named Hector. The story is. and Kirk live and work alone on a space station named Saturday three and have sort of in Adam and eve type existence, growing crops, and taking showers together, and everything is just grant. That is until Harvey and Hector Show Up. Throw everything into conflict and chaos. And the story for Saturday and three is by John Barry. While working on lucky lady in Nineteen, seventy five John, Barry would spend his nights working on a story, then called the helper, but later teams to Saturn three. Very got his lucky lady director Stanley interested in historic Stanley done initial interest in San free booths to help out a friend. I think he saw great. Listen Barry Directa and really wanted to help him out, and so that's how it started, but I mean again Louis Budget, maybe at the time, and as you know people that quick list and powerful involved, the budget just became higher and higher and higher, and so it was more at stake. This is Greg Moss on Great Moss. Moss on the curation of the website. Something is wrong with that in three. Greg runs a website dedicated to the production of Saturn three. If you need to know something about this film, he's the guy to ask. In Two thousand twelve I sit up like a personal blog. Talk about filmmaking. And at that time I was thinking about writing a piece on sat in three to making the film originally I plan to write short twelve thousand pace on the making of the now. And ends up playing out to about eight and a half thousand words long on my block, so I decided to actually set up dedicated blog the article on and hopefully draw interest from fans or will. In fact, Greg is so associated with Saturn. Three that when the movie was released on Blu Ray by shout factory in two thousand Thirteen Greg was asked to do a commentary on it, and if you'll allow me to sidebar here for a minute. Minute, I share with you the best fact about Greg Saturn, three relationship when that BLU ray was being put together by shout factory. They got in contact with Greg. They needed his help with something else. And then they told me that they'd come across a missing sane, which actually saw back in nineteen ninety strategy in place with the film? We actually had an extra minute that people in the US student see, and that's the famous where if our? Kind of Barbarella outfit! Australia screen factory told me that they found a copy of this same, but there was a problem. The version shout factory had was in German so what they'll ask me to do was supply them with the transcripts of. English. So they can put subtitles up. And basically it's the mocking to better Matt I have a copy of the actual audio recording of that same in English. Because back in the day you know at the age where I would go to the drive in and actually audio record on cassette tape the movies that I saw and one of them. Was that trade, so I had audio recording on cassette type of this scene in English. And Greg still had the audio cassette all these years later, and in case you wanted to hear what an Australian drive in speaker playing Saturn three sounded like in nineteen eighty here it is just a quick warning. This clip features Farah Fawcett and Kirk. Douglas also features a lot of disco. War. And I, so I digitized and fended off to them and they now. Teenage but Missing you see on the Blue Right. He's actually combination of the German released the film, but with my forty hours from the top of and they married well. In fact, it's such a good job that runs a clear I was released in Germany the. Two Thousand Fifteen. Because in Germany that saved was actually incorporated into the body of the film they was the. release. That feed back into the film with My. Own. Sidebar over. Daily Don in brought the three story idea award. Lew Grade. Lord was his title. Do not his name. Grade was a television producer for most of his career, dating back to the mid nineteen fifties made the jump into producing features in the mid nineteen seventies. At the time he got involved with Saturn three. He was in the middle of a big films. He was making for it. Grade like the story and agreed to make the picture. Donald would produce it novelist. Martin Amos would write the screenplay. John Barry would step into the director's chair for the first time. Very was planning on working on the empire.

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"barry" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"barry" Discussed on What'sHerName

"But the thing about shutting everyone out is you die alone and James Berry had always been very clear he always said if I should fall ill or die. There should be no post mortem examination. There should be no cleaning of the body he said. Just wrap me up in the sheet that I died on and bury me But no one was left for remember. Those were his instructions actually came. Wow and it's because of that that we can know his story. It makes you wonder how many other people did this. How many other people had their final wishes? Listen to? She did this. How many more people may have done the same thing we don't know about. I mean we know shocking numbers of women who became soldier I in wars with their husbands. That's just scratching the surface. And it's clear that James Berry did not succeed in convincing people. He was a man one thing. The testimony of the charwoman tells us that we don't get anywhere else. Not only was James. Berry a woman she said. But because of the distinct stretch marks on her belly Almost certainly had given birth at some point in her life. Whoa yeah the CHARRO. The charwoman was pressed on this during this statement. She gave and she said I've birth nine children so I know what I'm talking about James Barry once had a child..

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