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"benda" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
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"benda" Discussed on The Authority Project
"Yeah yeah. I totally totally understand. I i remember talking about this. My less as episode i had a bad some some bad partnerships in the past that didn't work to my favor and It took me awhile to get over that entrusting again and so forth do you. Do you feel like you have issues with which you trusting people to is know to help you on your journey because you have a disability am i have i have to be daycare whole. Usually people are pretty good and Once i get myself in by this and i will be Benda person on a great so chose chose a bunch of your podcast and and in which you do there with ask on cast is asked when i interview so onto manures and people that want to one about disabilities awesome. In what made you get into that when when you when you when you started out like. What was your motivation to do that again. I wrote a book and That was my motivation to derive lost. I've had significant loss in my life in my van knows this I lost both my parents. And i i am ready to receive help again from my family and was always been solely working on Peeling the onion and we sit been help and then I am slowly but surely getting myself in by the hand. Space kidney my self in a better Base fiscal so. I noticed that when our communications you have an assistant that talk that you know that that helps you as well. I don't yet have that new. One of those key chose the how how important is to have somebody to help you in those day to day things so you can be creative in being well on the podcast purposes. I shuffle it all to her and then she does the back end event and she's not going anywhere soon she had to. she also has sample palsy with it. And so that's That's not only do it. I love it. I love it as this does. Incredible stuff Do you do you. What do you say the people who are afraid to do these things they're afraid to. I'll just do it. But you know i mean they're hesitate. They you know that and just yeah. Yeah i i think i think that's i think that is a no cuts cuts to the heart. But i think people are just shows so scared of doing it. But i i love that. Just do it and get it over with right. Yeah that's awesome so i have. I have one last question for you is it goes up like this is all of my guest in so it goes like this and says there are people just like you out there. Maybe people would same journey. They people with disabilities and they love what you're saying love which are doing Maybe maybe maybe some preach podcasts as well and they want to do what you do when they want to be. Just like you possibly. So can you tell them. Just a few few are gonna put friend center. Tell them a few things about some steps over some visit. Motivation of how to be an authority in this space be tested at and be consistent and be consistent and be consistent. Just do what you're passionate about and just be contestant perfect that is absolutely perfect consistent. People that is that is the he cut right down right down to. The point does know if the buzz about it. I love it. I love it. This is great so please tell people where they can find you after the show when ask wind on we believes dot com. I love it so great. People hope he got out of that. I know i did i. You are just you know inspiring to everybody not just people disability just everybody. I can't wait to get on your show in in it'd be honored to be a guest on your show very receivers. Maybe next month next month be there can't wait in out. That is all unless you have some other bits of Some last minute advice or anything before we go now as time. Great okay awesome. Well people remember you can always check us out at the letter dot com or text. We alive four to to to to get to join the listing. Good you authority platform whenever you get a chance. i have three video video series on there to help you build your platform very simple very funny for entertaining but for the substance. Yes so get on that the third dot com and we are done for now. Thank you so much for being on the show. I really am honored to be here. Thank you all right. Take care we will see you on the next episode. Love the authority project. And that's a rapper. This episode of the authority projects. Thanks so much for tuning in and if you like what you heard we want to hear from you. Subscribe rate and give an honest review. Sharon tell your friends so they can hear and for even more authority building tactics each year to sign up at the authority letter dot com get free weekly content and ongoing digital product. Giveaways to help you on your entrepreneurial journey we certainly hope you got a key takeaway or maybe an aha moment from today's broadcast just remember it's your authority. Build it here and they will come until next time..
"benda" Discussed on Best Comics Ever
"We do a reading club where we go through the. We're going year by year through marvel comics. History it's called my marvelous year and one of the issues having its spotlight thirty two. I think the the hydra. I think it's auto vermes whose legacy into this. As well. like convinces her. She's actually a spider at one point. Go like you're a spider. And now i made you. It's like really messed up mind games. They're playing with her When you're when you're going into a character like this that has that nudie that kind of sporadic that is spread out across different series. How do you approach that as crater. 'cause you're you're pulling for like you're dealing with her history a lot in terms of continuity was that for you like going back and reading a bunch issues. Is it kinda like just catching up. I like this idea. Let's really hone in on that. How do you how do you approach that So yeah obviously like a lot of it was stuff already familiar with lake in the bendix runs because that's the benda's With a been deceasing jess and of injures was first introduction to her as a reader and obviously of used basically. I've used origins as my jumping off. Point for a lot of the history while also kind of kind of pulling in a few more threads from the really old school stuff but bryan. Michael benda's had already done that with the with origins. But i kind of made a few things a little more. I guess i know that really happened Because because yeah there has been a lot of you know. Mind control or deception inner. So it's a at in your building cannon off of that. It's a pass that has had so many lies and so many convoluted elements to it that you know bringing all that together as a whole is definitely you know. It's a challenge. But i wanted to make sure that i was using all that like i wasn't throwing away any of the history of runner actor. I was expanding on it and using like basically it was like i was like okay. I'm gonna pull this thread..
"benda" Discussed on Risky Business
"No is all about creating a incentivize model that gamified idea finding bonds we then added the ability disclosure program which allowed us not have incentives but still used the internet as a way to help customers get information like a neighborhood watch on the security profile and then two and a half years ago will be launched a pen testing which is also spend dusting which has been a huge growth engine for us. We've seen that. We addressed a major pinpoint. Which is how do you bring the right skill. Person at the right time to able of course was to get the intestine. I just think a big part of the reason that people would find. I mean you're talking about what what you call the next generation pen testing which i mean. Look that's not a network pen tests that's gonna be application testing. Whatever but i did some research like jeez probably about a year ago now research for an australian company looking into Beefs see-saw has had basically. Like i rang them up. What's what's giving you the. Basically the was the brief and you are. They came back and said procurement of testing services was a real pain in the ass. Mostly because you know you basically had to do an irish pay and then people would respond. Then they might bait and switch or bayton switch the talent or like how do it for six months so really i mean i think a lot of the success there is gonna come down to the point that to the fact that you can really commission one of these things in ten minutes with a credit card right. That's exactly right. And in addition to that you can get different kinds of talents on demand right so that makes a huge difference. I'll give you an example before. I was at bug crowd. I ran marketing at a company. And we did a pen test and it took six weeks. We are constantly evolving code and building new things in benda's ends we get know a passing grade with flying colors and a week later..
"benda" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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The 'Seductive Lure' of Authoritarianism
"And Applebaum joins us. Now from London, she is the author of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Gulag History and her new book is called twilight of democracy, the seductive lure of authoritarianism and thank you so much for being here. Thanks for having me, I want to start with a very basic language question because people are throwing around a lot of terms, these days, authoritarianism, dictatorship, demagoguery, autocracy, fascism, and sort of get to an understanding of what we exactly mean and what you need. Europe by authoritarianism. Book is about democracies really and it's about people and political movements in democracies who become dissatisfied with their own political systems and seek to change radically. And I. Agree with you that it's hard to sometimes describe what it is that they want to go towards whether it's a one party state or a liberal democracy or A. Not necessarily dictatorship. In which there's less openness and less competition, and so you know my book is about that. It's about the disappointment that some people feel with democracy and the draw towards more authoritarianism more centralized, less competitive, less open political systems. You're not so much concerned in this book with the specifics of the autocrats of our time, the Erdo ones and Putin's, and Orban's so much as you are with the people who vote for them side with them enable them. Why did you decide to look at it from that angle, but actually it's explicitly. None of book about voters I mean I think the reason why people vote for populist or authoritarian parties are various and I you know that sort of separate subject but you're right. It is a book about journalists spin doctors, intellectuals, and the people who sometimes help create these movements who create the ideas behind them, and then sometimes sell those ideas to the general public. Poorly I read about the because those are people I know not all of them are my close friends, but some of them are people have run into. The World I know and I thought it would be useful therefore for me to try and explain them in an an understand what happened to them over the last twenty years I wanted aired Juan because. About journalists and intellectuals he someone who and I think we could say this. About Putin von and others as well. These are people who have suppressed. The Press Ltd journalists closed down newspapers imprisoned writers who are the people on the other side who are the two of these other journalists and intellectuals who are supporting someone like Oregon. For example, in Turkey, will some of them are people who have become convinced. There's only one form of Turkish patriotism and that it's a nationalist form of patriotism and that anybody who has a different vision of Turkey vision of Turkey this integrated with Europe or a Turkey that secular those people are traders to. The country and their voices don't deserve to be heard. Some of the will have other motives. Some of them will be opportunists. Some of them will see the chance of if you get on the Government's bandwagon and you get on state media than its way to make a career, some of the will like the proximity to power. There's a range of reasons actually that's one of the themes of the book is, is the various different kinds of attractions that these kinds of movements have for people like that. So I'm probably betraying a little bit of my prejudice. As journalists and someone in the book world that the pamphleteer is the bloggers, the spin-doctors, the producer of TV programs in creators of memes. These are people that I can easily see supporting some of these autocrats I. Guess I'm interested in what circumstances in which countries it's writers intellectuals and and what's behind that I mean look they've always been nationalist intellectuals and intellectuals WHO and writers who supported dictatorships. well, into the twentieth century one of the themes of the book one of the kind of threads that I run through it is an analysis that was written in the first half of the twentieth century by French writer Julien Benda called it was called the clerks, the treason of the intellectuals, and it's a book about intellectuals who align themselves politically and who abandoned their search for truth or their object Tivi in order to be part of political movement. So this urge to do that and to be to play a political role or to be the voice sir to provide the ideas for movement is I mean I think it's as old as writing, public speaking itself. Talk about how you've seen that in Poland where you normally spend most of your time. So the book actually the idea for the book came from my reflections about the history of Poland. Over the last thirty years in especially some of the people who I felt aligned with in the nine hundred ninety s there was a kind of center right anticommunist movement that was I mean it wasn't ever cohesive, but it was the people within it certainly spoke to one another in the nineties who all had a similar vision of Poland and who all hoped for Poland it would be part of Europe and part of NATO and would be. Some kind of democracy. And connected world. Some of those people now have acquired a very different vision of Poland and they. Hope to pull, it becomes kind of Catholic nationalist one party state. They've been part of or supporters of a government that has cracked down on independent media and may be doing. So further that uses openly homophobic and anti Semitic slogans in its election campaigns and that I think worse of all really has sought to pack the courts in order to remove the independence of judges and the transformation of those people is one of the subjects of the. First part of the book, and again I think their motives are various I mean some of them are personal. They personally didn't like the political system that emerged in the nineties and two thousands and they they are. They didn't fight until they had a personal role in it. Some people felt police losing something they. They developed a stellar sometimes mythical nostalgia for some other version of the country that they preferred may have existed sometime in the past. Poland's cases to pre-communist past you know some of them felt that Poland was losing its identity as emergency urban there multiple reasons but the the overall impulse is one that I think Americans should be aware of too because the you know the attraction of authoritarianism, the attraction of the one party state or the attraction of liberalism I think can be felt in lots of countries including our own
Investigating The Racial Unemployment Gap
"In the month of January the economy created impressive. Two hundred twenty five thousand thousand jobs and the unemployment rate was three point six percent which means that the unemployment rate stayed close to its lowest point in about fifty years. Now on this show show. We have cited this low unemployment rate before as a sign of a relatively healthy labor market. And when you break it down further it's also true that the unemployment rate has come down in recent years for every group of workers but that does not mean that the unemployment rate is the same for every group fright. The Bureau of Labor Statistics breaks all these numbers down reports on the unemployment rates for different racial and ethnic groups for white workers for example the unemployment rate is down close to three percent but for black or African American workers. The story is really different. Their unemployment rate is still six percent twice as high as the unemployment rate for white workers and this gap gap between black and white workers is known as the racial unemployment gap and that is what today's show is all about. It is also the focus of ongoing research by Ben Gadget Lori a senior economist at the Center for American progress. One of the things that I find is that the black one implement rate is twice the white unemployment rate but the key is that gap has has been consistent since January of Nineteen seventy two when the Bureau of Labor Statistics started following it since one thousand nine hundred seventy two almost five decades ago that ratio of roughly two to one one for black unemployment to white unemployment has held in fact for most of that time the ratio has been higher than two to one and this unemployment gap between white and black workers also so exists when you focus just on workers with the same educational backgrounds or when you zoom in on the same age groups or other categories for example black women have a higher unemployment rate right than white women and black workers with college. Education have a higher unemployment rate than white workers who also have a college degree. Benda argues that this gap is the result of when he calls structural racism. Says it's really important to understand. What the word structural means in this context so we think about racism we think about individual behavior someone being racist towards Schwartz someone else structural? Racism is that system is created so that people of different demographic groups end up getting further behind an outcomes so example of that is the criminal justice system so their studies showing that White person gets arrested is less likely to be incarcerated than a black person so once someone gets involved involved in the justice system when they're incarcerated once they come out they are going to have lower outcomes than anybody else if we have people who are more likely to be incarcerated. That's GonNa Create Racial gaps in outcomes like employment We think about education systems. The schools that are in certain segregated areas are going to have worse Outcomes and then you create these racial gaps without individual behavior because the system is creating these gaps Benja highlights a few trends to show that structural. Racism is what's causing causing get employment gap and it's not the result of something else. The most important trend is the sheer persistence of the gap itself through both good and bad economic times. This this includes times when the labor market has been really strong or tight tight so when economists say tight labor market they are talking about a situation where the economy is so strong and so so many people have jobs. The businesses really have to work hard to find employees. This tends to make it harder for businesses to discriminate against groups of workers because they just need eight people to do the jobs. For example. Black workers or people with disabilities and mega says a tight. Labor market can have that effect. It's a great thing. And in fact. Participation dissipation in the labor force and participation means either looking for work or finding work has gone up faster for black workers then for white workers in recent years as has the labor market has gotten tighter and yet the racial unemployment gap has stayed the same and what that suggests is that even once. Black workers are in the labor force and looking for work they still face systemic barriers to actually getting hired that white workers do not face and so one thing that we know about with African Americans. Is that a Lotta Times Times. They are the first fired and alas hired. A lot of research has shown that this is the case in a lot of cases. It's actually the first fire. That's more of a stronger effect that when there's a downturn Africa's are usually the ones that are fired I for example during the deep recession that ended now more than ten years ago the black unemployment rate went up more more than the white unemployment rate and took longer to start recovering than the white unemployment rate did and a trend that big bang says cannot be the result of individual or isolated cases of racism. It's happening on to scale across the whole economy. That's what he means by systemic or structural racism a simple way to put it is that it's racism without racists and obviously Benghazi is not saying that there are no racist in the economy. Would he's trying to say. Is that to shrink. The racial unemployment gap policies have to address the system that creates a gap in the first place
Giving Back To The Design Community
"I'm Martha Murray and I'm an interior the designer living in Bend Oregon my name is heather crank emotion designer and graphic designer and what's your relationship up to the Ben Design Conference and Scale House I am the CO chair of Scale House and Co producer Ben Design and heather is on our programming committee okay so you're coacher scale houses the organization that produces the Ben Design conference correct are there other things have scale house that you guys do yes we have some year round programming currently we have a series called scale house voices where we bring artists and designers and creators in from out of the area to talk with talk about what they do in their work and how they do it and we do it at the local university here so there's a big student population that comes to this and we do other things throughout we are we we partner with Ben Film on the Ben filmed scramble which is a filmmaking exercise for people it's seventy two hours to make a short film on on any given subject and we just do we do other programming throughout the collaborate with other organizations here are you still running an interior design practice I am so how'd he divided up your time because it sounds like it takes up a lot of your time that's a really good question I probably don't do it as well as I could but I have learned over the years that I really have to compartmentalize the time so I said you know when I go to the office to work on my interior design I have to completely put scale house and Ben Design out of my mind It will take over so I just can't even let myself look at that until I've done what I need to do for the day and then I can turn to those entities and say okay what what do I need to do here a lot of its evenings and weekends a sound like you're very very passionate about this Martha that that's almost like your play time and why are you so passionate about this 'cause you have your job in your practice the thing that puts food on your table and this this passionate is love to contribute to the community why why do you feel well I just I love being around creative people and so if I can create avenues for myself to do that I selfishly will do that I also love bend is a small community so I like bringing the greater world to us many people who live here have come from urban areas myself included and so we miss a lot of this arts and culture that we're not getting here so it's this is an effort to bring some of that here were creating what we want to see so why why did you move to to Ben what drew you that you're the first place I needed to leave the traffic of the bay area I was living myself as I was living my life around traffic patterns in that just seemed really really silly it's a big waste of time okay but there must be other places where there's not the same kind of congestion e yes this is true but Benda's for for a place of this size bend especially when I moved here it's an more so now but when I moved here sixteen years ago it had a lot level of sophistication that a lot of places of that size did not have an as an interior designer I needed a certain population in order to make a living and I saw it here where I didn't see it in other places so sixteen years later any regrets no no my family's still in the bay area and when I go down that's like how do you live here own Shade on Bay area but we're just saying different strokes for different folks all we're saying it's Kinda gotten ridiculous as it has it really has so visit sometimes and then I'm not in it right so people who are in the tech startup space in the whole Silicon Valley culture. I think there's no better place for you but it that's not your jam there's a lot of other places on an alternative so what I'm hearing from us you needed to escape some of the congestion and not giving up part of your life sitting on Rhode commuting and living a different kind of lifestyle but the thing that you missed the most was actually some of that intensity the culture the mash up of ideas and people oh and inspirational things happening so very well said so you're living in a smaller dense lower density population so I guess is or just reaching out to the wider world and then pulling people in for many times during the years so that that same cultural exchange information exchange can still happen it's outrageous that's that's exactly right okay at this point I love to bring heather into the conversation I'm still unsure of what it is that you do and how you do it windscale house and then design conference Oh can you enlighten me I can yes so I worked on the Programming Committee with Ben Design in then I also do some of the exhibit design and a kind of work on getting films and the entertainment and have the same feelings Martha does where when I moved here from Denver and I grew up Kim Bend I really wanted to bring some of the culture here when I found out about Ben Design I really stocked Martha and Rene the and I was pretty relentless because they had just started Ben Design and they were bringing such amazing speakers so I wanted jump on board with what they were doing okay so also same question do you want do you get out of doing this 'cause I've been part of a volunteer a group before and it's a lot of work not a lot of things and it's like so something must be burning you inside that fire that keeps you doing is because i out after a little while Oh yeah yeah I'm I'm really passionate about creativity and community and when I see the people who are coming in it really drives me and excites me to think that I'm GONNA be able to spend time with them and share the experience of these people with a larger audience artistically I really feed off other people so it's really important that this comes in and it's true it's a ton of work with you know the the how can I say this the the reward is the itself so if I'm creating a really good experience basically I get you know I give well I have to ask you this question because I experienced this myself as people were deeply involved in organizing events yes you're the one to enjoy it I think the lease because you're running around making sure everybody's got what they need a fire being put out it's like your own wedding it's fun having a great time right so there's I go again is your goals like yes we we got all these inspirational people together but I have to run to the next event and I'm shepherding this person and there's a crisis happening in hallway or whatever so how'd you guys is all that you know I I love it even when I'm stressed out because I I don't lose a perspective I'm like my God look at what's happening look at all this stuff and then I have to get deal with something and and then get pulled back into something amazing I'm seeing a snippet of a speaker or some conference goer comes up to me and shares they had this life changing moment and that's that's it that's all I need and I'm the same way and also you know Chris you've been here so interacting with people like you and talking about your experience and so it's for me it's really the audience members as much as I would like to go to the conference and experience it myself often be talking to the audience and talking to people like you who have been here on presented about your experiences is really rewarding for me I'm starting to get something here so actually initially I thought it was about bringing these people so you can learn soak in their creative juice and replenish your have soul but it sounds to me like the most important thing is to community the feedback that you're getting the true making a difference impacting somebody else's life that gives you the greatest fulfillment did I get that right yes yes I mean I would love to be able to spend more time with the the people that we bring in but I do WHO get even though I may not be sitting less listening to their presentations are attending their workshops I'm I'm talking to people throughout the year before they come and I really get to know them and get a sense of them and then you finally get here and we meet face to face and we have great conversations so I feel like I get both uh-huh just a in a slightly different way than someone who's sitting in the
"benda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On the phone had accidentally revealed that to Benda did. In fact, lose someone in her family. It was supposed to be a secret. When I entered my street. I saw my father was standing there. And then I get to him. And he told me he said don't cry. You only lost your brother. There are so many people who lost the whole family. So b b be strong, and I could not stop crying. Predators even the younger than us wounded, then they will grow up we can hide behind them. They can be our shield their their earthquake. There disaster. Just took our sheer from us. With their house demolished they relocated to a relief camp expecting to come together. Instead of my elder sister. She so hurt she told me that something happened in her family. Someone blamed her car in the argument. She said keep me away from that. And then her sister in-law, she told her she cannot speak because she don't have any better. No you have to obey us in every kind of situation. It makes me so, you know, in the first moment, I was so hurt if they even abuses her she has to be quite. And then I realized why why a sister can be the shield of the family. At that time. In my heart in my mind. I.
"benda" Discussed on KTRH
"It's a it's a little bit. Muddier? Maybe it's seen. All all. I have is the first episode. So yeah. Yeah. There's there's only the first episode got people not just the very first issue just came out last week. And we were incredibly surprised that it's got just wonderful reviews across the board. You know, like ten out of ten five out of five. It's incredible response to it. But it's also a book about. L backup the second. Can I give you a simple a simple proposal of how closely those two things resemble each other? Okay. Yeah. There's a there's definitely an overlap. There's Brian Benda's tonight. We were actually working on another creator owned project that we were going to do together. And we've been working on it for years talking about it. It also kind of involved our friendship and aspects of of something semi-autobiographical aspects of our lives that we experienced together. And I you know, I mentioned Libya thing I was involved in the end of last year. And I was helping Brian is at the end of last year. And you're talking about a lot of the details. Someone expected things that happened. And he said, hey, you know, that that project that we're working on right now. It's kind of show that for now. Because what you're telling me about right now that I'm excited to write about that. And you're you're experiencing a lot of things in at the time. Brian had just spoken at Langley is. Well, it's yeah. Headquarters funny. Another weird coincidence. And he was very inspired by his. His his interaction with them there. And the things he was learning and the connections he had there. And I was I was explaining my story. And he said, you know, let's let's let's tell the story. And I said, well, you know, I do want to tell the very autobiographical non-fiction, you know, almost a memoir nonfiction. Story about all of these things in the future. I do want to take a very serious approach to that. And until very out of biographical story sometime in the future when it's appropriate to do that. But in the meantime, we decided that we will kind of make a comic book version that filters some truths into it of things that we were both experiencing. But also, you know, also, it's kind of a story about our friendship as well. So there's that. So when he when you were in the script, he asked today cater all this character, you know, because they're both characters that are in the comic book industry sector, all this character. You know is if you when you're when you're in your twenties and draw this character is if it's me when I'm in my twenties. And so I that oh, okay. That's kind of a cool thing.
"benda" Discussed on Zealot
"Ivo Benda is the check cult version of Tommy was, oh, in the room we solve so many problems today. This, the take it tearing me apart as tall. Oh, hi. Yes, I did not cheaper. I did not. Hey. Excellent. That might be a taste. I did not cheaper. I didn't a lot. This again, I don't wanna laugh at bad translation, but it is very funny. Let's badges and Bannon's on the website. And one says. It will list so above at least where it says over seven thousand pages of text books to download over five thousand peaches articles from the world. And these these numbers, the only numbers they're not overstating. Two hundred thirty lectures for you on or your video above that it's too little love hearts and the words library library learning about doing good. I love it. Sounds like a song lyric. Rely. And it's the cosmic laws of prime creator of everything and everybody and that's Jay's. Oh. Wearing a good guy. Yeah. I love this quote by if you're attacked by a lizard man from an outta world, the ministry of defence should defend the people shouldn't or do you consider the lizard manure friends. I feel like that's a loaded question. I'm like, that's not fair. I've been done. I don't. And they've had the list of success of older exhibitions, and this is a think heading into random factor of brand of some random. That's about colds..
"benda" Discussed on Zealot
"Yeah, God, this saw much technology that I thought was convenient that he's actually just may being impregnated with evil. It's almost like, yeah, and like a lot of it hasn't really updated because this is a nineteen Ninety-seven based cold. If you go onto the universe people website, you will feel very much the eighties nineties thing for anyone who remembers geo cities, GIO cities, angel fire, angel fire sounds a bit like a sexually transmitted disease. I actually disappointed that when you open up the universe, people website, there isn't like a really tinny version of auto play year, disarm by smashing, pumpkins of the Ivo Benda. He's like, I have to say his first name in second name together. Ivo Benda I heard about ash tied Sheeran. When he visited him and he's, he talks about this in interviews doesn't a on telly. So I'm imagining like a lot of the other UF UFO cults that Ashutosh just appeared to him in vision or Adri more or something like that. But it's a little bit simpler than that. That ashtanga spoke to him very clearly through his indicates interviews, chase, he's hot shock raw, and I've, oh, Benda. Just decided that the clean communications that he was getting, he would write that down. So at top Ed Sheeran pretty much said to Ivo Benda. Do you have a pain in paper. So what I think happened, he said, I've been to thought some stuff in wrote it down. Don't give me that face you disappointed that I don't believe Ivo Benda I am. There is something quite like beguiling about the idea being rescued by a million spaceships. True, but can I say one of the things that these cult does not have in common with a lot of other cults is a charismatic later. I've been does not. He's the pay to Dutton of cult leaders, seventy percent jails. Oh, he really looks, but he looks check a little bit despairing. He's kind of given up. I mean, he does have the face of someone who kind of knows at some point that he has wasted his life preaching the teachings of a made up. Yeah, fleet of spaceships keeping in mind that he did give up his life's work is an IT person in machining and auto industry. We doesn't like IT new kind of engine that, like all the developments, we've made his ninety ninety seven, which a not evident on the website, not on the website, and I think I can't imagine he'd be happy with them. You know, I think like considering he's very scared of like lizard, people tracking movements stuff come. Along way technology. They are the do seem to be questioning to Nettie thing. And speaking of which this Colt, it doesn't have a compound and it's very, very highly internet based. And from what I can gather, it's main purpose is evangelism spreading the word and letting people know that they must live a certain way in order to be evacuated from the earth. And I found the instructions for how to live. This ten of them coincidentally, just like in the in the bible before I read them out, I'm going to put it to you that perhaps they could be four of them and they would still say pretty much the same. They repeat treaty much can commandments quite like the quite distinctive, like killing has nothing to do with coveting, asses, accepting some specific cases. I'm going to break it down the first one is, and these are the rules to be a good person. Get your vibrations at beach. Boys level get evacuated to another dimension on the super cool ships. One live spiritually, how Mony as sentimental, relaxed and loving life mental? Yeah..
"benda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"At. All this, sex he's wanted and live this is live the life of Obama's For years, something she asked for and we're respecting. It, that's just absolute Benda's explain cricket. Yes I, understand okay the Lance Bass winding baby about his was so excited about his bid accepted on the Brady. House Brady bunch house and the people that are. Involved that said he tweeted too soon His tweet, actually unleash, the cracking for more offers because they tell you why why. Does this I'm. So glad I'm, as old as I am sometimes. Not a, lot of that all the time right, now I'm so, glad because I do, not understand, the urge to tell the world your information the minute. The minute something right. It it. Look, at what. It. Did hurt him he lost it but I mean I don't understand that need to I mean I would call a, friend or say oh my gosh we just, got the you know I'm so, great house Eight eight million and its untouched. Inset, in studio, city yeah, his agent you know we'll take. It to them anyway so he kind of That little Twitter twitch Had shot himself in the foot. Needing, get the house yeah but the Twitter twitches I, just That was. I, mean watching that movie eighth grade And. Watching. How social. Media rules kids life's this painful yeah all right how about this one tan mom is putting. Down to. Tanning lotion, and picking, up a microphone she's releasing Well.
"benda" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"I knew after eating fish stuff, I knew Jessica Jones was going to be good. But you wrote that Mr Brian, Michael Benda's actually contact you self. Yeah, it was awesome. I got this DM from him. He was like, can I call you? I was like, yes, it was amazing. And yeah, it was. It was well before he was. I mean, I don't know his personal like what he was planning, but it was well before he hid said he was leaving. And you know, it's a really big deal. I mean, not only spine Beykal Benda's. One of my favorites cre- comics creators than he sort of comics. God certainly compared to where I am and Jessica Jones. One of my favorite. Actors alias was a book that was pivotal in bringing me back to comics after a long hiatus from them. Ironically, when I went to college to study Connex, I stopped buying them which is bizarre but the, but it was also a big deal because you know, no, nobody. But Brian has ever written her in her own series. You know, I mean, she's obviously been written by other writers. You know, when she pops up in other things than you know in adventures or something. I'm sure some women who have gotten to too directory little bit, but some in her own book it's only ever been Brian and in, and therefore it's sort of never been a woman and that was a lot. That was a lot of pressure. You know, to live up to what Brian might hope expect in handing that off. And also in what could I say with the hairdryer? What can I bring to the character? What could I. Do that was going to be totally respectful and feel accurate to what he had done, but also sort of cargo path and didn't try to be derivative. You know, a really big challenge. You know, it's funny. I was talking about voice on Twitter, the other day relating to some other things than like, how sometimes the I understand why readers get frustrated in one, say we'll that's not the right voice that character and that I understand where they come from with that. And I've certainly felt that myself, but as a writer in general, real problem with saying that that's wrong because while there are certainly bad on research examples out there, there's also plenty of stuck where she was like Ma-maybe that person doesn't see the character the same way you do and and there's also a lot of really great examples out there of someone seeing the hair. Ter- differently, an ending up making a an incredible volition for a character. I think Clint Barton Hawkeye with not fraction is a great example. I would say. Cross back in the day when they sort of started to slow her as more than just a villain. So, but even having that conversation, I believe all those things, I would say a character that that doesn't apply to very much is just cajones because she had a really singular voice, you know, and she's more than more than you usually see in a character that's been around for nearly twenty years. And in some ways, that's great for me because it makes my job easier to to go in and still what it is that makes her tick and to read all the significant parts of her run, which can be very difficult when you're talking about characters with forty years of history, like a million comics compete really daunting. What would just in some ways that's easier, but it didn't take the pressure off to get it right. It made it. It made it all the more important, but I'm not bungle it. So it was pretty stressful. Fortunately, I had really good partners in crime. Alana was fantastic. My editor Alana Smith and as every. Discovering Mattia is incredible. He's a sort of super rising star and as pages have been coming in as been working on this Alana's like I basically have to like cover him and kick other editors away from us so that we can because everyone wants now. But I'm no, I think you you really succeeded with Jessica Jones because I could see your style in there, especially from like reading the Kate Bishop stopped, but I, it didn't occur to me that the character you know, did it had like the wrong voice? I'm like oak, yes, this is the same character. We've been reading since day one and it was great than are you probably enjoy that..
The Rosenheim Poltergeist
"One of our elliott podcast really sergeant pappa a mr robert dillon releases an album dome by the name of john wesley harding an on that is the song the infamous song all along the what's tower which would lead to be covered by mr jimi hendrix so that's an interesting time music is nicer this is nine hundred sixty seven by the way there's a room popular is going to be in the mid point just just saying anyway so nineteen sixty seven but we are going to go we're not going to bondi around these musical haunts haunts ghost we're going to go to germany more specifically rosenheim germany and a law office in rosenheim now journal late november nine hundred sixty seven the place went into mayhem neil lights on the ceiling would repeatedly go on enough at lightbulb would explode on dented bangs which shake the entire office and work it would report the telephone calls were caught off for no reason at all or would ring for no reason at all and the phone bill registered numerous calls that have never been made bump on bone now when representatives of the local power company called in daily scripted that the is in the electrical power supply voltage thing they could say would usually coincide with when this phenomenon was taking place so i will look at that and say well maybe that's causing maybe for whatever reason there's an electrical surge and it's making going gonna behavior that would seem logical no maybe not an emergency power supply was hooked up bought the disturbances continued and soon began to affect the zilla system i'm not too sure some of them words mean if being honest but it sounds legit doesn't it a monitoring device was installed by the phone company and recorded as many as six calls minutes to the speaking clock now what you got a better mind is this is nineteen sixty seven so the phone wasn't like oh somebody's pocket dialed daytona pocket oh no no no this was like that's a secular phone if you under the age of thirty suppose you're not going to know what one of them was google old rotary telephones and you'll find the most so make him one of the six of those calls a minutes of each phone and no one's doing it that's it we'd now as many calls at a time when it seemed impossible for anyone at the office to have made them now the exasperated lawyer finally brought in germany's most respected parapsychologist and as we've talked before palestine ecologist is someone who looks like a ghostbuster bomb conroe us to wet ghostbuster because people you're not real but it's an actual scientific doctorate type of thing so germany's most respected parapsychologist a hands bender no laughing working with two physicists from the plank institute for plasma physics documenta discovered that the phenomena was our socio with recently implode nineteen year old secretary called ameri now the the voltage spikes etc began when she would start work and when she walked in through the door and once you poke poked i i shouldn't dodge in this office no she didn't poke anything but when she'd walk when she passed through the sorry lights hanging from the ceiling would sway and move and shards of explosion balls were flying direction the further she'd be from any manifestation the weaker get now that's interested in it she seems to be like some sort of focal point bump bump bump and bone now like most parapsychologists and we've talked about this don't get me wrong when i say when we've spoke about the reasons what they say about politics it's probably from this fella's work it's not to do with i haven't sat that a made up of your but like most psychologists dr bender believed such activity was the work of podcasts using a form of psycho psycho can speak today sorry everyone using a form of psychosis associated with the trouble psyche of young person usually a child or a teenager now i think if you've listened to this podcast and all the podcast on prior to we know about this this is old hat stuff rarely aired and indeed at the time i'm marie was suffering from the stress of an unstable romantic relationship benda said that the problem bender dr banda too so that the problem becomes much worse after its connection with the woman was discovered and draws open by themselves heavy furniture moved documents went flying through the an ameri increasingly nervous developed contractions arms and legs although the happenings were never fully explained one fact was clear when annemarie left to take another job peace returned to place of work boom now i've actually tried to do a bit more searching to see or where did marie go because it's all well and goes that being the end of the story but you left to was fine yes she left and she went somewhere else you know let's open she didn't go to work in a terminally ill ward or something like drip for flying out to people and she was going all saudi and just argue maybe fowler saudi about yes so that's an murray google i think is sending schneider i'm marie schneider and if anyone can find that in fact that's recant start hunt down group comey via podcast i think that's illegal avenue does know any more information about or the way she went after the any sort of madness that followed do let me know
"benda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We're hiking along the gulf of fonseca a spot where the dense jungle meets the water thing i wish yeah earlier we tried to get into a small private court in the town of young it's protected by huge walls and security guards who wouldn't let us in so instead we're trying to get close enough to launch to try to help find the shit it's a last resort the only way we're going to get a look at what's happening in that fourth abo passage it's occupants wave and i waved back benda's actions down a amendment do you think that's a bad idea i mean there's gringo and then there's spy he has a point in just a short time we've been here we've been followed around town and pulled over at gunpoint by police wanting to know what we're up to this area in particular is known for drugs and gangs and it's not the kind of place you want to get caught snooping so we move further into the jungle stayed on the rocks now there's no way away up up we're in the smallest clearing in the jungle i have ever seen this doesn't look like a way up to me but ten feet wide this is a great place unless let me check down ben positions drowned carefully branches and finds everywhere and we are.
"benda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Benda's sleepy hollow illinois here i have not i've heard legends about it though which is high accountable three and two note from esteemed sky sox historian christopher moyer couple of them on tonight's game but the first is that seven stolen bases in tonight's game ties a franchise record it doesn't surprise me at all hopefully they don't get another shot to steal their eighth base of the game three to pitch got him swinging on a high fastball was the pitch of the advanced rang court fans to begin the night now david bodey the pride and joy of data is coming up bodey is what for five when i was a huge out there for lopez did not want to beginning with a walk or a second straight frame another thing has happened now seven times sky sox history pitches a strike on the outside going seven time tonight or the sky sox iowa cubs played a game against each other we're both teams score ten runs or more in the same game six of the seven have occurred here in colorado springs no surprise shocker curb bullet for a strike at its own too.
Geologists say ‘big one’ still possible as ash cloud rises from Kilauea
"In gaza overnight this in response to machine gun fire leveled at a building in the israeli city of steroids the airstrikes targeting a military compound and a weapons production facility in the northern gaza strip south korea says today it is pushing to reset high level talks with north korea and will communicate closely with both washington and pyongyang to increase the chances of a successful summit meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong hoon still scheduled for next month gina hess bowl the president's choice to lead the cia has been cleared for a full senate vote clearly this is somebody who has just tremendous experience and background skill she's a benefit the course in leadership positions at the cia she's been in the field as she's widely respected not only within the agency but across the world south dakota republican senator john thune the full senate confirmation vote could come as early as today critics of hassle pose her role in supervising secrets cia sites where terror suspects were subjected to enhanced interrogation a large ash cloud towering over the crater wednesday triggering a red alert for aviation in the area around hawaii's kilowatt volcano also several small earthquakes reported mcdonald's has its hamburglar but in texas cops are looking for the guy they're calling the brisket benda the new braunfels texas police department turning to social media to ask for the public's help in corralling the red meat grabbing thief caught on video walking out of an h e b supermarket with seven beef brisket cops say the brazen beef thief raise the stakes coming back this time taking six more briskets adding that he is a well season criminal who they want to meet in person gerry bomb garten fox news and i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.
"benda" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Thank you then a semblance oversight is coming to playstation four on may fifteenth tim yes it's time for reader mail getting but i tell you brought to you i patriot dot com slash kind of funny games do you like what we do on kind of funny games daily to please head over to patriot dot com slash kind of funny games that is what keeps the mic on in the lights going of course just a buck helps us out quite a bit and it would get you party mode early including tomorrow's episode i got a question for the people i remember i wrote the ad i know it's about that it's about that one out there what could we do with this show that wouldn't is to pay a dollar on patriotic for it yeah what we add one feature could be adding incentivize chair away for us to monetize this because we do it for free because we love it yeah but like money off it yeah we wanna make sure pay kevin ideas tweeted me at gatti's see them tweet me to or also comedy central response this is like the most epic troll of all time if they haven't they're gonna they're getting no word for me after this thing hold on everybody i'm opening this here's the thing kevin yesterday we're doing the shows we're having our business nuff i'm i'm living my life cafes i do often around here i make great content and have a lot of fun with you my friend and i do all stuff also brian michael benda's front of me last night kind of freaked out nobody'll.
"benda" Discussed on Back To Work
"Here's two good friends tonight is kind of special the beer will pour must say something more some how to not i do not let it below in bro i know how moammar lynn how are you i'm fine dan how are you i'm doing pretty good close in towns you sent lots of topics for today this is exciting why i had some and i thought you know let's let's roll 'em rollouts and topics bringing up topics bringing alive yeah yes yes yes yes jump been anywhere i have not i am not caught up on jessica june while i'm still only in the first season of it so i don't know okay so i've been enjoying this show do you like the show yeah i think she's terrific i never read the comic which is this is a brian michael benda's coming is the yeah and i wanted to have an imprint for slightly more grown up things right they came up with what was it called ale alias i yeah i elliott investigation title what's the just cajones i'm sorry i derailed you hype thicken they wanted to decent stuff where the kid you know stretch out a little bit and try some some more grown up things yeah and i and so i really like this i've never you know and i and i guess this show has been out for years now at least was alias you're correct be the book i'm thinking of the name of her series right.
"benda" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Up nor down there the same as two weeks ago the lumber of survey finds a price for an average gown of regular is holding steady at two fifty nine previous price drop can't kanto about pick and i have found in a prior to a period david benda itself out in that period there was mostly ability in the market uh on the very last day of this two week period oil prices moved up a bit industry analyst trilby lundberg don't look now for the third time this month the northeast is going to get slammed the nor'easter fox meteorologist adam claude says the forecast system that's currently down in the south it's going to be on the move in really as we get into late monday into tuesday that's when it starts to run back out over open water in approach the coast once again there will be portions of it by tomorrow afternoon getting into the mid atlantic where there's going to be some snow falling by the time it's over the new york city region could see six inches of snow while more than a foot might fall and portions of maine black panther the smash hit for disney taking the top spot in the weekend box office again it's only been in theaters for a month and they're already thinking of a follow up leads black panther around the world already has raked in over one billion dollars at the box office in has rave reviews from both critics and movie fans and this weekend in a report from entertainment weekly marvels studios president kevin fii saying we will absolutely do that when he was asked about a sequel he even said that crews have a solid direction of where they want to go with a second one of course no details were released but rest assured it'll be a safe bet on a black panther sequel in the near future fox's jim mckay and a sorority lehigh university in pennsylvania losing a chapter recognition after a controversial scavenger hunts the abaci omega chapter now banned from campus for two years for an evening involving drugs alcohol and sex activity the school calls reprehensible on kuenzel fee fox news radio i'm a college student and could use advice about my student loan.
"benda" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"At continuity ultimate universe the gayle paid off ultimate spiderman was critically acclaimed and crucially sold well giving the ultimate line and more of a writ large a muchneeded boost in two thousand one marvel gave bend this daredevil that title has historically been a leaping off point for some of comics biggestname stanley android thomas work on daredevil late seventies frank miller the iconic creator of batman your one dark night returns the wolverine mini series and three hundred among many others cut his teeth on that title and that same year he pitched alias his story about a down on her heels superhero turn private eye name just cajones to marvel president bill jammous it was a decidedly adult story featuring complex damaged characters who cursed a lot and definitely flocked in graphic fashion on the page swallow side alias issue number one ends with a two page lay out of luke cage cabinet from the back alabamabased printer american colour graphics refused to print the issue because of quote offensive content they didn't however specify what that content was anyway benda's told journalists that listen unprepared to tone it down issue number one doesn't have to end with doggystyle sex on the page you know i can pull it back in jails is like no run with this the us max was born max was marvels adult content imprint created specifically to release alias bend this rhett conned jessica jones into moral history after being exposed to strange kimmel spoiler jones developed superpower strength and a clumsy sort of flight she has an uneventful here a career until she comes into contact with zebit i kill grave who as in the show puts her under his control and torture sir she's eventually rescued by the avengers and his briefly associated with the team but her run in the big leagues his brief and forgettable she retires from superhero in general just doesn't like the costumes and opens a detective agency called.