21 Burst results for "Bhagat"

Chis Shelton, Social Science Blind Spot Regarding Cults?

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

09:11 min | 1 year ago

Chis Shelton, Social Science Blind Spot Regarding Cults?

"Welcome to skeptical where we explore. Controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers thinkers and their critics. I'm your host. Alex occurs and as you may recall a couple of episodes back I had an interview with Ohio State. Comparative Religions Professor Doctor Shoe Urban and what I found particularly interesting in that interview is the rather strange way in my opinion that many academics deal with cults like scientology or is they sometimes like to refer to them new religions like scientology and as I explained in that episode. And as we'll talk about today I found that particularly strange in the case of scientology because as we explored in that interview we have direct provable links between Scientology and occult practices number one but also with CIA dabbling with extended consciousness with programs like M. K. Ultra MK often and even stargate. Which we've talked about a lot on this show so after the interview one of the things. I wanted to do was unpack. Both parts of that with someone who's actually experienced the reality of scientology and that led me to today's guests. Chris Shelton someone who at a very young age was indoctrinated into scientology through his parents. You know sometimes I think we forget how long scientologists been around. You know kind of multi generational so imagine as a very young kid. You know instead of going to Sunday's clear God to scientology you'd like somebody corralled you in off the streets of L. A. And took you into some hokey experiment. Like we always say this. Is Your parents go in there? And Say Hey. Maybe this is the way to go so Chris has gone on to create a very successful youtube channel. And a podcast called sensibly speaking where you regularly interviews experts on Cults Mind Control and other related topics that are important to people who found themselves in this rather unfortunate situation so Chris Welcome. Thank you very much for joining me. Welcome to skeptical. Thank you thanks for having me on so as I was pulling together that intro. I had in the back of my mind that you know there might be some places where you don't exactly agree with me and that's totally fine. You do kind of come from this critical thinker code word for atheist skeptic yet critical thinker. Ya. Yeah kind of tied to have a little thing about that. I just say that because I've dealt with so many blockade close-minded atheist who kind of we've this flag of critical thinking. Oh Gee like everyone else is ungrammatical your critical or does it. Everyone claim to be a critical thinker. I think they do. I think there's peatland scientology you know they'll give you real scientific explanation for what they did. But I don't WanNa get to kind of far afield here because I do want to serve that purpose of you were nice enough to look at the Hugh Urban interview you share. It can only get through about half of it. Alex does it got pretty hard and I understand that but I want to get to the big picture stuff of your bio in just back to you. Know what do you think when you hear an academic like that talking about these new religions like scientology? Yeah exactly they they specifically refer to them there was coined term new religious movement or NRM's and this is something that has been circulating in academic circles or the academic world for at least a decade. Now and this. I can't remember the name of the person who's brainchild that was but the the problem with describing high control authoritarian groups what people call cults destructive cults specifically. I've gone into great detail about that. In my channel is that it ignores the abusive aspect of these groups and the academics tend to shy away from in all the literature that I can find And I've read pretty extensively of it. In fact I even did an entire video series breaking down. A book called Scientology which was written entirely by academics. Who all come at it. From the viewpoint of scientology being a new religious movement that deserves religious freedom in recognition and analysis from a at a professional level. But who then proceed to merely regurgitate Scientology's promotional materials in their academic studies in papers. And this is what I take them to task for. Because if you're GONNA objectively look at a new religious movement call it a new religious movement then you better be able to back that with some evidence. 'cause we're talking studies now we're talking actual papers that are written by academics for academics. In the world of academia these are not popular works. These are not printed for the public at large so these are people who live in the world of having to publish or perish. Well it appears. Hold on kind of cut touch on a couple of different things that we need to pull apart. One is the the abuse you know? We need to talk about that. Can I back you up just a minute in? Have you talk about your bio just to agree off your so that people understand you know like I said I mean you're Kinda raise into this scientology thing? Of course. Sorry I just watched right into that but yes? I am a former scientologist of an years professionally. I worked for the Organization for twenty five of those years. I was raised in scientology before that. Was I count my scientology time? From the point that I was fifteen. I was actually raised with my parents got involved when I was four years old so I don't have a living memory outside of scientology I mean I you know I. I remember a couple of things before I was forty years old. But for the most part scientology's always been there. The concepts have always been there. The terminology of which there is a great deal has always been there. I was raised with these ideas so it was really not a whole lot different. My experience from I think being raised in any kind of what I would say is a strongly religious family. I it's not. Scientology is not a casual thing. My parents worked for the organization. They were deeply involved with it up until the late eighties. Bhagat out the nineties. I was then all in so then. I was the scientologist in the family. And they were. They had kind of both gone now but they drifted away and I stayed at and by this point I was in my twenties. I worked for the organization in Santa Barbara and then I moved down to Los Angeles and I joined. What's called the Sea Organ? See Organization when I was twenty five years old in nineteen ninety five and I moved down to Los Angeles and I worked for the Organization for seventeen years finally got out in two thousand the end of two thousand twelve and it was a year later after getting full exposure to the Internet uncensored which in the world of scientology and sea org the Internet is censored in the same way it censored in China. It's filtered you. You simply cannot access certain information and so I. There was a ton of information about scientology that I never had access to so when I left in two thousand twelve when I left the C. We're goes eight. I was still a believer in scientology within a year of being exposed. To all of the truth about scientology. And L Ron Hubbard. I was out and I was so out that I started speaking out publicly against it because I was so outraged about what I learned that the church labeled an enemy. I am now declared a suppressive person by the church scientology which means I'm not to be talked to or connected to or or in any way a correspondent with by scientologists. They completely shut me out of their life. I've lost friends. I lost people. I've known for over twenty years overnight because the Church said I'm an enemy. You can't talk to me more. And they all comply.

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An Italian Town Fell Silent So The Sounds Of A Stradivarius Could Be Preserved

NPR's World Story of the Day

05:33 min | 2 years ago

An Italian Town Fell Silent So The Sounds Of A Stradivarius Could Be Preserved

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amelia Island, Florida a barrier island on the northeast coast that captivates visitors with thirteen miles of uncrowded beach championship golf, natural beauty and a historic district Amelia Island dot com slash NPR for the next few minutes. We're going to visit Cremona Italy. It's the hometown of stratovarius, and it's where for five weeks the whole town had to stay quiet. The reason musicians and recording technicians are trying to save the unadulterated sound of the legendary instruments for all posterity. Christopher live say explains. That's a Stradivarius cello inside the concert hall of the violin museum in Cremona. Italy. It's the same town where master Luthier untold Neo strata, very crafted his storied, instruments three centuries ago. But there's no guarantee that sound will survive for centuries. More says Fausto Katcha toady the museum's chief conservator qualify. Swollen questions remain. Fahed which Antoine. What will these instruments sound like in two hundred years? I hope they can still be played. But you never know. All it takes his one unfortunate event. An earthquake for instance, think about what happened to so much art during World War Two. Okay. Do you want to catch a Tory says stratovarius needs twenty-first-century failsafe and someone who understands music, but also technology someone like a DJ we played with chemical broaders with a lot of Bhagat this during our career when he's not spinning records. Leonardo Tedeschi runs audio zone. The sound engineering firm that had an idea to bring the sound of. And make accessible on the ward by recording it, and saving it in a database that future composers can use to make their own music electrically. The violin museum in Cremona agreed and enlisted world class musicians to play four instruments made by stratovarius as well as other masters Ahmadi and guate- natty, but that doesn't mean recording complete songs by save a volley or Verity rather, it means painstakingly recording every possible note. Every possible note and even more difficult every note transition so like Nana Nana Nana. One note to all the other wanting the same. These are very complicated process. So there will be several hundred thousand five to be detected, but not so fast Tedeschi takes me outside the museum to show me. The thorn in his side. A woman drags a suitcase across the cobblestones. Then. A street sweeper you name it if it's close enough to the concert hall. It's audible to the thirty two hyper sensitive microphones during recording of retirement that we do sound the sound with mix without water frequencies of the Roman. And so we cannot use that sound. Tedeschi went to the mayor of Cremona. My name is Gelu bandy and ask for help lucky for him. The mayor is also the president of the stratovarius foundation. He understood what they needed was the filings around that the museum of violent about the I think that we understood the importance of the project, so he asked the people of Cremona to please keep it down and blocked traffic around the concert hall during recordings on this wintery day a security guard stands watch beside a metal barricade journal. I tip toe past him into the quiet zone. This is what it sounds like. When an entire neighborhood has to take a bow of silence. Try a might it's impossible to block out all the sound. All the time says Thomas critic the chief recording engineer inside the concert hall. You hear it? Let me just put this up woman now doing slam a KADO outside. You can barely hear it on the second pluck. But it's enough to contaminate the recording and throw off the musicians after playing for eight hours a day six days a week for five straight weeks. They finally wrapped up earlier this month. It's a level of devotion Antonio Stradivari with likely appreciate after all attention to detail. Is what makes us stratovarius a stratovarius for NPR news. I'm Christopher lives say in Cremona Italy. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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"bhagat" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on WSB-AM

"That. Clunker of a parody Bhagat yesterday. Hey. Everybody hated was that we can't work it out. It would be appropriate. But whatever that was not a good one. But you're back. You're back on top of that. Right. Number one with a bullet. All right, autumn WPF story. Yeah. A smart doorbell company. Ring ring is the the doorbell that has the video camera in it and from anywhere in the world. You can see who's on your stoop on your stupor on your porch. You're allowed employees to share encrypted videos from their customers. So joking around. Like, hey, look at this guy. I mean, I it's not look it's not good because you want that dated re private. Yes. It's connected to you through through the company. So your name your credit card. So it's not as a matter of them, not knowing who's this is, but how many embarrassing things happen on the porch? Well, there was the one story that I wouldn't want. What's I wouldn't want in my bedroom? But go ahead. There was that one. Sorry. We didn't get to the other day about that guy. Licking the doorbell hours. Yeah. I saw that. I saw that on. I saw that on my television. Yeah. And people are trying to explain it. And nobody's no. He's nuts. Yeah. Why would a person do that? 'cause they're crazy. People try to cover an explanation via tasted good possibility that it was a it was a tasty doorbell. They have to spray it with the sour apple bidders those guys away. Otherwise, people will be looking your doorbell all day long. Now that was one crazy guy. Now if I were at ring and that was available. I could watch that all day long. I'd watch it all day long. But I wouldn't draw any conclusions about the people who lived there. Although it is. Yeah. It's it's wrong. It's creepy. Now were they using just as jokes? Hey, look, what's going on on this guy's lawn. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's irresponsible. People kissing firing guns dealing packages off their porches. Well, that's that should be good for reporting to the police. Sure. But the kissing. Yeah. What else is happening in front of your door? We I guess nothing happens in front of my door. Because I have the world's smallest stoop. It's just you just you just there. There's no lingering in front of my door. There's no way. Well, there's nowhere to linger you'd have to you couldn't even lay down. It's so small you could squat. You could sit down. You could have someone standing there right now. And you wouldn't know I don't wanna know. Standing on my stoop right now. I don't wanna know if they don't get in locked the door, if they're willing to break a window and set off the alarm, that's their thing. But I don't think I would want to I would like to have one of these because sometimes on the weekends. There's no reason for anybody to be knocking at my door. The people that I know in my life. The people that are coming over the neighbors that I know very, well, you know, just knocked a couple of times opened the door that kind of thing if you're my friend and you coming over you've given me a call, I know you but just Saturday afternoon somebody knocking at the door. It's probably like a Jehovah's Witness or somebody tried to sell me something about Paul McCartney. Do me a favor open the door. I if it was Paul McCartney, I would open the door to me. But I don't want to see a new song. Multitude public art. But I don't like dealing with this Saturday afternoon. I don't wanna I don't want to open the door and talk to somebody that I didn't expect to have to talk to the Jehovah's Witnesses. So for that reason pamphlets, and I'm no, and I'm always the thing is I'm super respectful. So I'm not the guy goes, oh, I'm gonna go mess with them. I don't wanna do that either. I just wanna sit on my couch and watch other people who are in better shape. Try to win games. That's what I wanna do on my weekend. Are you back in? I thought that you were not watching an oh, no. I'm not one of these guys. No, no, no, no. I was saying I tried to learn this this year to even when my teams were losing to just enjoy the game. But now my teams are out of it. The falcons are out of it. The bills playoff time. I could actually just sit back and enjoy the game's not heaven. I might have my rooting interest right now. Unfortunately for them because I I always curse any team that I root for would be the colts because their first year head coach is Jim Kelly's old backup quarterback Frank Reich. So that's the team I'm rooting for. I don't expect them to go all the way they'll make it all the way to the championship game. But then they'll lose. Yeah. That's true. All the teams that you're rooting for. So that people could maybe bet against those. That's the one I need that for them. It's only it's only the colts that I'm I'm just because of Frank Reich the great Frank Reich. Can you for Tom Brady a little bit just say, hey, maybe I hope they do. Okay. That way. They'll lose. Okay. You'd like me to help you out. Yeah. Actually, I have another thing for with Tom Brady. Follow my thinking on this. I think he is now he's getting close to forty two right? He's forty one. I wanna play two on forty five. Maybe it's starting to hurt a little more. So maybe if he gets one more Super Bowl trophy. He says, you know, what this is it and he gets out. That's what I'm hoping for nothing. None of the rest of the league has a chance until he just decides that he's done with us. He and Bill they both retired. All play. Again, we could all play again. It was like, you know, what we're done. Now, everybody else could get involved again. So I'm sorry to go into sports there. I apologize. This is your time. Give me another WTN story. Sure. So music streaming numbers for our Kelly have nearly doubled after the documentary aired about his sexual misconduct is sex slave operation has. Allegedly allegedly okay. Alleged sexual misconduct involving underage lady. This surprise people that it actually helps him tell you what's going on in this world. It's been going on since Joey buttafuoco became famous. You have to look it up. There used to be a difference between fame and infamy. Now. There is no difference. If you are just known, then you're going to do better. So our Kelly got plenty of money and believe you can fly from what I understand. Yes. That's kinda strange believes he can touch the sky. Yeah. That's kinda strange has he not heard of ecus. Anyway, that's a whole other thing. So r Kelly's been around a long time. But now that he's in the news. It doesn't matter. Why you're in the news? It's like the Kardashians. Oh, another NBA basketball player cheated on a Kardashian. Does that I guarantee you every time that happens whatever NBA player that is he gets more people on his Twitter. She gets there's no difference between fame and infamy. It used to be boy, I don't want people to know about the skeletons in my closet now. If you're not getting enough traction, you open the closet and go. Hey, check out these skeletons. That'll get me more subscribers that'll get me more followers. So it doesn't surprise me. That people are are reading these stories of if they're true, by the way, he is innocent until proven guilty. But if they're true horrific stories than they think, oh, I want to hear his music. He's famous. I guarantee you nobody ever mess with OJ Simpson. Imprison in the ways that we think about because he was the most famous guy there, and the fact that he was famous meant that he was untouchable. And why was he famous for being in there now because he rushed for two thousand yards behind the electric company in the seventies? Because he killed his wife allegedly allegedly. Maybe. That second trial. The second trial wasn't about that the second trial was about to try, and it was he was simply trying to get his memorabilia back. Yeah. The guy took all my stove. Oh, you mean, the civil trial the civil that's not binding. Okay. That's that's a preponderance of evidence. It's not beyond a shadow of a doubt. Which murderous? He beat the rap on murder. I still got to pay you still have to pay miners day. But my point is. There used to be an industry in Los Angeles. That would protect all these old stars that we know now Humphrey Bogart all these people. They all have skeletons in the closet. I don't point him out in particular. I'm just saying they all did. But there was an industry in Los Angeles to make sure that you never knew. It was a big deal to be gay in nineteen forty five. It wasn't good for your career. So any and there were plenty of actors who were gay, and there was a whole industry built around never leading the general public know that this actor as gay because they had this idea that no one will ever take them seriously as a as a leader in a love interest in a heterosexual story or something like that. So they had a whole industry. To keep or of guys got high. Lots of people did drugs in the nineteen forties in Los Angeles. There's a whole industry don't let that get out. It'll kill your career. Those days are over fame and infamy are one and the same now just get your name out there. That's all that matters. Eric.

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"bhagat" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Was it just overwhelming? Yeah. You know, and then that whole time so people who haven't seen the movie she in real life. She was in a coma for eight days and the whole time they have no idea what's going on. And she's getting worse and worse and worse. And people sort of think of it as being braved that I was there the whole time or brave that I don't know just to be there. I never felt brave. I just felt very scared. It was fear. And you just do it. Because that's all there is to do you sort of do it. Because you you you what else are you gonna do? You know us they're going to be there or not. And you wanted to be there. I didn't even want to be there. I had to be there needed to be there. I just didn't. There was no other option. Those no decision. There was no choice. It was this is where I am until when she woke up. Yeah. Do you? Remember that moment. So it's so basically, you know, I would sort of hang out with their parents. And we would they flew in from North Carolina. Like, you a I know they, you know, we change a little bit in the movie, but it was just very awkward off, of course. Yeah. But it was also that feeling of were the only people in the world that really know what we're going through. Nobody else. Understands. I remember I would go to like Walgreens and get really angry at people buying gum being like, how do you get to have a normal life? Why why fuck that feeling of? Yeah. Why is the world going on? Why are these people laughing basically, we would go there and I had a day job at Munaf job. And I just stopped going. I would go I had her car. I kept her car. There was staying at her apartment. I would go pick them up at like nine in the morning. We'd be there sort of hang out all day because she had like eight different specialists than you know, someone comes at nine thirty and someone comes at ten thirty. So, you know, one their rounds are in you sort of there until six or seven PM when you're not allowed to visit anymore. So you sort of it was like your job. You just go hang out in the waiting room, you meet with all the doctors each day and the tell you what they're working on. And at the end, you go home, and you were turning the next day. And I remember. In the elevator up to our floor was always when I had the hope because I was like all the other time. You know, she's not getting better because you know, if she got better you'd get a fucking taxed they were call her parents parents call me, and I had my phone on me the whole time, and I had her phone on me the whole time. But on the elevator when you wouldn't get a signal you'd be like, oh, I could get out of the elevator. And I could have that tax. I can have that missed call. You know? So the elevator is when you really felt the hope, you know. And I remember in the beginning, you're like the hospital, you're lost or know where to go. And then by the end, you're like you got to walk from here there. This is the best olive ater. You take this up. You know, the most efficient way to get to a room. And I remember there was three of us. We got off the elevator and one of her. It was her doctor and the doctor's like assistant who's also Dr Bhagat got off and the doctor was very stern. But she was like, congratulations. We're like what? And they're like she's up. And I remember I was like cutting down the hall gunning down the hall, and hopefully God, I'm getting on emotional you walk and you look in there, and it was pretty similar to how it's in the movie, except I was with her parents, and you look in and she was sitting up and awake. Does the machine that she's hooked up with all these numbers in the north had taught me like, okay? These are the two numbers you're looking for this number is bad because it's it should be this..

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"bhagat" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Then you got your binoculars. The fun part for me is finding them. Phil. I really feel like chicken me when I'm down right now. I'm about to know I'm about to admit. I'm gonna use binoculars deal now. Oh, can I send you so? Sure. Are you going to get the strap? I was running. I don't know about the strap. You gotta do the heart. Got it. Like the front strap? Yeah. Where are you going to keep them you're talking about? I don't know. You're going to have to give me like a lesson on what to do, but I will know we'd come up to a tree and I'm surrounding looking looking. They'll see it, and there's an army of dues with binoculars. Got him. God them. Yeah, and so I was thinking about it last night. We killed nine last night, and I know I think four of those were found with binoculars the tail like a scroll. Does it realize he has a tail? They don't do a good job concealing. They don't do enough to hide their tail or it's just a hard thing to hide. Oftentimes I pick out the tail hairs the light. That's thing behind the light of fuzz. It's off it's off. Yeah, because he can pace his body against a thing in like a gray squirrel, particularly an most tree, bark. Oak hickory, whatever same when he when he welds his body to to that bar, it's a hard thing to see. But the flight will always filter through that tail in in a very distinguishable fashion evolution. Never clear that up for the squirrel. I don't know what they need it for balance. Yeah, tales really important for balance. I mean, think about how they just run, treat a treat, you know, hundred feet up and yeah. I like to talk to physiologist about what all squirrel gets out of the tail. And I imagine also there's something going on with. Signalling, perhaps if you're watching scroll piston a tree, yeah, they'd move their tail a lot when they're barking at you, which heavily hunted squirrels seem to not bark at you. You go out like opening day scrolls, a bark at you in the woods. Later in the year on all those girls are gone. The ones that are alive don't bark. No, but when he's barking he's doing that. He gets that position whereas he's like using his tail as like an alert thing. I think he's clue in other squirrels in iron a theory about like a, why does the white tailed deer flag? Was he put his flag up when he's Ron? We'll never know. Is it the kind of questions you like you can't test the? No, but but. Personal theory about it that wanna white tail runs way any list that big brush up. You follow it like it's almost like you got it, you know, and see like, why would he do that? Because it's so easy to see where it's going. But when he runs and stops and lays it down. The thing that you were paying attention to what you what you, I adjusted to all of a sudden vanishes. And it helps the dear perhaps slip away helps the deer switch way like you see that thing in the nothing goes away. And you're focused on that? Not that I think what you could wind up saying about it, isn't it? That's why he does it. But that's definitely a thing that if you pay attention to it and watch it, that's the thing that happens. That would be advantageous to the deer, but it could also be that it's a display for other deer other, you're see that and they know that there's trouble. There's an, there's an altruistic quality to about that. So what else happened between how we went out tree, the same, a number of squirrels. Roughly the same numbers squirrels Bhagat one versus nine. Do they do they? Is it an evening morning thing? Well, a generally locked to hone them in the evening, and I think it helps sent. And I think that cooler air starts coming down from the from the night helps with with sent a little bit better the morning, and this is just all squirrel may in theory, this does..

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Late Night Parents

06:11 min | 2 years ago

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"Right now join t. mobile and get an unlimited family plan with Netflix included. So you can watch and more places than ever before on your phone, tablet or TV, plus by one, Samsung galaxy s. nine and get one free with twenty four monthly Bill credits. So you and your family can binge your Netflix favorites on your new phones, call one, eight hundred t mobile or visit a store today. Unlimited data on their network video streams at forty p small fraction of customers using over fifty gigs per month may have reduced speeds. If you cancel balances to we'll qualified customers full price, seven, twenty plus tax finance agreements required networks for two screens terms apply. And Hello. Once again, this is late night. Parents best ways Bala show is late. They parents dot com. Across from me is. Buddy extraordinaire. Friend to the room bring to me, and I think he goes by the name of Ricci v. Did he did what's going on? Man? That's a different introduction. Got to switch it up from time to time. Okay. All right. I'll go for that. I think. These headphones heels different feels different and the the new producer that we have in the in the office. Yes, we have an office producer and engineer, and he looks like he's twenty five. Again, I'm telling you Brian grazes in the building with a new haircut. Doing his high school internship. Oh my, but I think he got the haircut because his back to school, that's what it is getting ready. It must be getting shaved up getting high in tight, getting ready to go back to school. Okay. You're probably right. That's probably. I mean, we're hoping as with everything. We try to start off the show very lights, this really dark incidents that are happening. Rich. Yeah. You you kind of have to say, here we go again, it's not a school this time. Thank goodness. So you can't give teachers or you can't offer them guns and not on the teachers. This time you, you can't offer them an extra. I don't know. Ten dollars an HMO, right? Not this time. You know. I don't know this craziness in Jacksonville, Florida. I would be remiss if I didn't mention. I know a few people are gonna hate this, but a lot of these incident, these incidents happen everywhere, but don't these things tend to happen pop up in Florida. Don't you hear like different pockets? You start to wonder, is it the heat? I don't know. It's something what brings all this out, but for those who may not be aware, we're referencing a shooting that happened in Jacksonville, Florida this weekend and east sports. How petition so far? I believe the numbers nine people injured a couple of the Talibans. They haven't been able to find out an exact number on the fatalities. The suspect is one of the fatalities of the rights right? So it's it's that comes into play. Like I said, interview on Danny Thompson has featured guests for this week more of a friend to the room as he kicks off his podcasting, and you know, covering all different types of sports. We'll talk about Senator McCain at the second part of the show. Okay. After the interview, we'll talk about Neil Simon. Yes. At the second or third part of the show, I guess we'll jump in now. He's the editor. Pike caster broadcaster. For random sociation dot com. Danny Thompson is in the building Danny how you doing. Ted rich, it's so beautiful night, I guess, in Florida. But you know the incident today kind of dampened the nice ninety, five degree weather type. They were having down here today. So. Welcome to the show. Glad to hear that you do it well down there. Yeah, it's it's different. I mean, you know, the shooting today was just something that kinda changed a lot of things. No change the mindset, especially with being close to home, and you know, with it being a Madden tournaments, you know, the background of the my background being EA sports, working with some of the guys who actually helping throwing that tournament down there. So it's just like, you know, they're, they're safe and that's a good thing about the ask. Yeah. Yeah, they're good. And he always just that is so sad and my heart goes out to the people involved in the tragedy assist, you know, video games all the places you think schools went thing, but a video game tournament. So

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"bhagat" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Google YouTube video on regret minimalisation. He basically goes when I had my nice job on Wall Street. I don't know how much he was making good money to three hundred thousand a year and three hundred grand. This is in the nineties or late eighties. He goes, do I start my restaurant? I mean, my Amazon internet is yeah, you go. It was going to cost him back then to build a website costs, hundreds of thousands of dollars. It wasn't like now. So he goes. You know what I think. I can't decide and I'm just gonna stay at my job and then one day just hit him. He goes, wait a second in the long run twenty years from now. Which one will have me more depressed, which one will have me more or not depressed. Because I look back and I'm like. I try Bhagat in auto drive you insane. And this happens if people, let's say he had taken alternate route. Been been patiently impatient the worst way, right? So he'd had a patient, you know, and I'm going to start at a given making good money. Now, let me do ten gimme ten years in this. I'll have three million saved up. Then I can start Amazon, we'll guess what happened? The real life. Game theory predicts that lifestyle just all about us, meaning somebody else starts Amazon and imagine you watch that person becoming the richest man in the world. So every day you wake so you have massive regret you go. That should have been me. That is what drives you insane. I think the only thing that I really regret is women that I didn't approach in strict right when I see like a spectacular woman aliens catered whatever like right someone and I get in my own head and chicken out. Rush that people's groups, but everything else, I don't really have that many regrets is a most of the things I wanted to do down doesn't mean that I've been super successful at those things. Right. But I Don, they'll so you followed bu been paid impatiently patient, and I saw that back five years ago when I saw. So this is what I thought about you. I don't know if I ever told you this, but in hindsight, when it came to some things, you were patiently impatient, the Goodwood, you were the wrong way and in other ways, other areas of your life, you were impatiently patient. For example, in general, you'll talk to a woman if you're tracked it to her. That's good right then. So you're impatient, you're like, I need to do it now because she might disappear. I'll never see her again or Mary someone else, and then your patient. Once you start talking to her, you're not like, let's go on a date now you're like, you know what? Take your. Time we'll talk a little bit and then in a week or a month, I'm sure there's been girls. You've approach that you haven't gone out with for two months there. I, I'm going on a trip to Rome and you're like, great. Let's talk when you get back. See that's impatient in the moment action and then to complete whatever the goal is. In this case, get the day with the girl, your patient, and then I saw and others lifelike in making money. I think you were more like a lot of people. I see you are more patiently impatient or maybe you were impatiently impatient, which is another combination which isn't good. That that way you'll want. So now like with one glasses, I think you're in a better better rhythm because you're you're, you started it and now you're like sticking with it and it's working. You shouldn't stick with stuff by the way that doesn't work. So perseverance is not always an admirable trait, but in the sense that you are now, you know. Moving forward and what was revenue was highest last year that it's ever been yet? Well, she did. You almost hit two hundred thousand. Yeah. Yeah. It's about two million. That's like that's better than Tim Ferriss wrote a book when he was doing like sixty thousand a month. That's. Assistance because I have this other program today, alcohol challenge, and I really could now like I spend not much at all medic consistently makes. Just like sixty s really. And for you, you you basically because you like to travel the world, you basically live off this business. That's right. And that was good..

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"bhagat" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on WJR 760

"The united states laws so we don't even know what you're saying is the case they are not being transparent we're being told stories that that's not the case we none of us really know what's going on down there that's one of the reasons you're seeing members of congress traveling to the border trying to look at decides to visit these sites to meet with customers to meet with people you know we're we're an by the way republicans and democrats are concerned about this i mean that's just not a i get that but we know what the law is and we've got to if we don't apply our own laws than what kind of nation are we what matters now you know i mean tom donohue the president of the chamber said yesterday today we ask our elected officials to defend the core values that make the free enterprise system and the whole american experiment possible the time for action is now and he is saying that that what they're doing to being the thousands of children being forcibly removed from their parents by our government there's no other way to say it's not who we are in it must end now and he's right it's not who i have a question i'm really serious about this so an immigrant parent an illegal comes across the border once they're not separated from their children because i'm not sure that that's not well let's let this with the losses the second time they're a felon if they try to come into the country we're gonna put them in jail or in detention what are we doing the kids we've gotta take them and put them somewhere we're we're caring for the children in that case bhagat gonna put the kids in jail with the parents.

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"bhagat" Discussed on The Big Listen

The Big Listen

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on The Big Listen

"You know cheer filled 'cause he was buying that share and the rug of life was being pulled out from under me and put his hand on my show and he said there this son commanded the house now and right there or thinking about it later i saw the enormous foolishness of the human condition as a consequence i've seen the the humor that exists in the saddest of moments and that's what i just needed lead chose to do it right right and then particularly family dynamics i mean the shows i think that that come to mind immediately when you know when you hear your name is are these shows that are all about these interesting family dynamics was that was that appealing to you to to portray that because of the way that your family had been sort of fractured when you were young yes my my family lived as my friend bhagat used to put it at the top of their lungs and the ends of been nerves we lived in hartford family would come in from new haven from boston when all the family was together then you could count on somebody like like florence being pissed off because fourteen years ago sadie didn't make it to his wedding and that will come up again and the biggest fight have heard well and to the point where nobody remembers even what they're fighting about but they're finding you know today in media we talk a lot about representation in preparation but you've been lauded for the shows you've made with characters that are nothing like you at least you know from from the outside you know you're you aren't black or female or you know more recently obviously latino n yet you seem to be quite adept at creating culture around these groups and i wonder why you think that is because it's not you know it's not easy to create.

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Reba McEntire returns strong as host of ACM Awards

Lori and Julia

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Reba McEntire returns strong as host of ACM Awards

"Little thing she said why do think it's interesting entertainer the year five men where the women oh really no women were waiting women were nominated for entertainer leary's this year was a man mana palu that just seems unbelievable because the top my top three performances were carry a major would pretty cry that new cry pretty maranda lambert singing her song plane or guitar signed by loretta lynn and then reba and kelly at the end together was that they're good song that we love i can't think of the song's name but you know reba used to be kelly's motherinlaw the yeah yeah yeah and then keith urban winning with carrie underwood he also performed and he was really really good as always but here's reba mcentire joking about as em's this year i'm following some guys who've done such a great job is host luke and darks and before that luke and blake i guess they finally figured out that it only takes one woman to do the job the two men i really do love you both really all three of you a lot has happened since the last acm awards jason aldean's has a new baby god has twins chris stapleton expecting twins i guess what happened in vegas comes out national nine months later and later in the show she updated everybody 'cause chris stapleton wasn't a couple of words they had twin boys that night last night entertainer of the year was jason aldean's i just never forget about him making out with the lady who's now his while he was married to his high school sweetheart bhagat long gossip memories.

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"bhagat" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Intelligence bhagat because back then we thought that that was super hard for a computer and a gas what we now know is that you do neither the visual general driza vintages through that even though the progress has been remarkable but it's all we machine learning and it also means that we had on in an odd way we need a new objective because the way we defined that jeopardize their division indulgence which is the touring test nn these problems problems is gone i mean i within the what we were doing anymore so i would rather think of and the eye that actually cut as directly in the sense of we need a new objective and to me the objective is a i that cuts as away jarvis hubs tony stark become a superhero ironman so in that movie man everybody ducts was tony stark and whatever but the great great great tool is jarvis which is the ai that powers the suit and helps twenty stock build stuff now imagine you had some kind of a system that way more powerful and google but still is helping you problem of things so that you can accomplish something new that's what we need the i two others that's what i want they i to the show that let's fight fascinating it if another words our our focus is really on the wrong thing and we should actually be thinking about a guy as a problemsolving tool and not a means in and of itself mic am i getting that right i i think so that's the way but by way that's actually much closer to the way you are benefiting from ai today um so with the limited capabilities of netflixing terms of intelligence as broadly understood you are benefiting from how net vix collaborates what other people have looked at without having watched a single one of those moist netflixing itself and you're getting the recommendations of movies the same for go to actually act single typing a few key words and you're getting to see how other people have sorted out the web right so the way i has been helping us has already been that way even though it's limited it's still only machine learning one with questions at some one i mentioned somebody i was interviewing you and they said ask him if innovation has.

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"bhagat" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Monday on the danilova tarja with these bhagat's on espn radio why would he issued away one hurt themselves themselves sheila lay if they really wanted to clean this thing out they wouldn't went out and higher life five fbi agents five ten years ago to clean this thing though this is an extensive abuse of the current nc they'll blue we talk about schools looking batum this employers looking batum is the nc aa may come out looking worse than all the only reason anybody's scare right now is wi fi i got involved i'm chris volonte nc aa president marc hammered spoke with cbs sports on saturday about the latest recruiting violation of revelations emerging for an fbi investigation into the actions of disgrace sports agent andy miller and his firm asm sports dozens of big time programs implicated in a yahoo report on friday could his current coaches and former players current players plus the espn report on friday that said arizona had coach sean miller was caught on tape talking with an associate of andy miller the agent but paying a hundred thousand dollars to try to land blue chip big man the andrei eytan here's zimmer on why the fbi needed to come in and take a deep dive into the alleged shady recruiting are all of us and i think a lot of the public is under the impression all these years that it is the ncaa's job to root out this information so why is the fbi having to do your job for you yeah so we're constantly looking for and try to uncover this information but you know that the power of a federal investigatory team is is something that someone who's not in a governmental position can't begin to have so the ncaa is a voluntary association of 1100 schools nobody's granted a subpoena power or the ability to do wiretaps or uh run undercover sting operation so because they got tipped off over two years ago that some of these activities were going on the criminal elements of it they were able to go in and collect disinformation we're trying really hard.

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"bhagat" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"Seven you can answer the book called wonders of creation in doubt yes france we all live on facebook this evening one quite sure to make a begin announcement until we knew for sure that was up and running it sounds like it is so if you want to let your friends know if they want to participate in our program all the need to do go just go to the amazing facts facebook page entering he'll be able to see us than harrison lettered is listening but if you're watching him away that you're right now annex horror that we have is tiffany listening from wallow tiffany welcome to the program parents who niro so my question is uh some friends of mine talked about how the holy spirit is not part of the god head and meet it kind of a celebration issues been kind of wondering how i can reconcile that yeah i know there's uh this is can come and gone through history were people's struggle with the trinity the usually connected with doubting that the holy spirit is a member of the god and they also believed that jesus is sort of a begotten or created god may say there's a difference between being bhagat and created by the whole ideas if christ did not exist at one point in the father brought him into existence it just arguing about semantics it would mean he was created the christ created all things so he couldn't be created it says all things that were made were made by him and the bible says in the beginning god created jesus is god nor about the holy spirit we find the holy spirit the same way from the beginning to end of the bible says in genesis the spirit of god moved on the face waters and you go to bill last chapter the spirit and the bride say come and petra rossner are working on a devotional on revelation right now and there in the first chapter talks about from he who was and who is the father in from the seven spirits before his thrown in from the sun so tells you right there in revelation verse chaptered identifies any christ says when he the spirit of truth has come he will guide you into all truth for he will not speak of himself.

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"bhagat" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Didn't know is that they were actually brothers if this field pretty interesting at is um confer whatever the reason they had dna testing a one of them knew that the other one had a brother that was laws to they thought that he was lost in um some airplane situation so anyway uh one of them as a pilot for a low high airlines uh and uh um at the other one do not sure but the point is that they were um imagine when they finding out after sixty years at your brothers you've been friends and that's kinda cool but then the mcfarland and robinson bonded because they didn't have a family they both came from sort of uh of families that had been broken uh and and one of them um allen said i knew i had a brother was nineteen year of months younger than me when i don't know what happened to him um i never knew my birth mother i've never had any nieces or nephews said they were looking for answers to find out where their families kinda like and the current movie um that surround his clinton win for old wilson bhagat an ice movie uh family what do they call father feet figures and so that they are looking these two brothers are looking for their father in the movie and these guys were looking for family and they found out doing dna testing that they were brothers and i think this is kinda that's really nice and they said to each of this the best christmas present we could ever have imagined happening and it is what i imagine that and think about put yourself in that position finding out that somebody that you'd known or maybe even you didn't even know that you found sooner or later that you have somebody in your life that is a part of your family that you never knew was part of your life what is that due to your psyche it's as kind of a cool thing pretty exciting eric garner in the news as we continue with people in the.

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"bhagat" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"So you can make your profit your time in just your business overall better and have those conversations that are tough and making sure that you strategize than the have him at the right time in all these are huge huge business points that are everybody's gonna go through if you want to be in this game and and that's where it's it all the one thing i would throw out it it is you obviously bhagat's up you got the right first margarita what if you are first market i weigh in on my humble opinion i would recommend that you come with a lot more capital because you are going to be facing a lot more people sniping you if you are first the market and guys protection in business costs money so i'm not saying oh don't do it unless you have half a million but if you tact it and the market is taking to it go do a capital race okay we are not cursed the market you don't need to protect it that tightly of course you got to protect everything but first a market you really we have to not only of money to protect it but you also have to have money to educate and market much more than if you walk into a saturated market yeah love it um um i think it's all got on these topics john a degree explain in pretty well i think as everybody's cow listen in thinking about are they you know is their idea which categories it in and just as they manager business just knowing that they always got to come back to whatever the vendor is in an attempt to always get better pricing especially if it's a con a combination with volume and i think this roussum really good take wish for listeners today yeah absolutely man a unexcited to share with them that listen uh if they're not on your team there against you you can be friendly with them but a are against you meaning they're trying to make money on your money never forget it don't let them get you in the comfort game i didn't it a hunger games i said the comfort and the comfort game is worth who were friends no we're not friends you're making money on me and i'm gonna try to make money on you and and we're going to do that till the day we die so just preprepared.

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"bhagat" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

The Combat Jack Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

"Ball in and they're doing good to see some would accuse that you wrote in a truck at eight years old and playing in the super bowl now at twenty one you know as uh that's as good as you program is doing a good among go that many switch gears real quick since since you know we are we established denote each year in having a sports were obviously y'all what is your take on like uh uh you know his pass twelve this is coming out this will be two weeks since this happen but on uh the pittsburgh steelers player a bhagat inge injured made a spinal injury rosy rosy araya um which you take oh unlike the safety measures that that a lot of play the coming out you know saying it's some some some measures need to be taking taken um some measure needs to be taken in light of this the situation um then is some this out here saying atta you know you can't make football until flag flag football league you know all right do you think of the issue with was saved the concerns work ethic is i think is the issue with safety concerns are me uh shazia is probably you're my heart goes out to him in his family now be he recovers from his injury but he's probably one of the most physical was players in the inner fail frightened i mean shades is known for being physical beyond physicality you know uh uh to see him go down like i went down to a scary man it was scary but he owed shades in and put a whole lot of god the sleep.

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"bhagat" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

"Thank you know his people are thinking about money and clearly what were were attempting to reinvent it so the old adages of like money is power that paradigm is going to come to an end and it's going to be technology is power and consciousness as power and all sorts of interesting changes to come so if you're watching my target our audience in this conversation he's jedi to colombia speaking at the number on bitcoin conference at all south america so i want to get as much i'm on respect your time because you're super busy guy i got back into la this morning bhagat have had already has an we were supposed to meet up on friday it was like we might have two helicopter him in and not a lot i was like all right let's just let's put it off today so for people not familiar completely will cryptocurrency block chain bitcoin in one sentence if i have to explain to somebody what bitcoin and cryptocurrency is what do you say to him in a one or two sentences while i mean the the funny answer is magic internet money there you go magic internet one by now it it it it represents something far greater than that and and that is that it's a a monetary system that is based on math and cryptography and so and it's open source and it's transparent so it's govern on appear to pure basis so it's a system that can't be corrupted in out it can't be cheated it's a system kind of uh for the people do you think big picture there is a potential that bitcoin cryptocurrencies block chain will take down the federal reserve u s dollars pounds euros can you see that in a world in twenty years later it is it compete i know i think that there's uses for both than what bitcoin is isn't a currency it's not a transactional currency its big far too expensive the do transactions what it is it's a store of value meaning you'd better off thinking of it as gold 20 or digital gold and when you think about it from that perspective you you have to ask yourself about the history.

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"bhagat" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on No Agenda

"I think it's going to happen which is chief executive officer if that is a appropriation of of american indians i'm all on board with this where do we have it in american indian history that they called themselves chief using the word chief do you remember aaron burr cell no he was the big pod show big guy british probably to eighty two nih bhagat darkskinned and he was pr or something like that you don't remember him would be i remember what he argued as we're in and out of their blades here the ira or one time saying oh yo chief what's up everybody knows american indian and he said you know i'm really offended by that for us sorry i woke up on ever do it again i had the same experience ones at a dinner party where i said they were that's a gyp worship see yes we have learned a geyser a or whatever and he was all and this als yeah oh god jews you can use that word i said what he says is due is it's derogatory two toward gypsies now and i said the corrector the correct answer would have been okay i'm sorry fag that's what you should have said yeah that's what it should accept well i've feeling this could get legs the commander in chief i mean it's a great way to did to bring trumpian do it is the commander in chief culturally appropriating american american indians brewers commander co commander in chief i get it.

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"bhagat" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:47 min | 4 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"God have mercy on us forgive us our sins and bring each one of us through life over leicester florida regarding the highest and on earth these people at goodwill we pray read less we adore you laura we give thanks for your glory lord god heavily oh god lord jesus christ only bhagat i saw lord god god son father you take away the sins of the world at mercy on us you take away the sense of the world receive are you are seated at the righthander the father emergency on us for you alone allow the holy water you alone are the lord you alone are the most jesus fries with holy spirit in the glory let us pray oh god in the glorious transfiguration of your son you confirmed the mysteries of our faith with the testimony of the law and the prophets and you marvellously foretold our whole adoption as your children granted we might listen to an embrace the word of your most beloved son and become co heirs to his immortal life who lives and raised with you and the unity of the holy spirit one god forever and ever man a reading from the book of the prophet daniel as i watched the roads were set up in the asian one took his throne his clothing was snow bright and the hair on his head swathed this wool is thrown was flames the fire with wheels of burning fire a surgeon stream of fyre flowed out from where he served thousands upon thousands were ministry into him and myriads upon myriads attended him the court was convened in the books rokan as the visions during the night continued i saw one like a son of man coming on the clouds of heaven when he reached the ancient one and most presented before him the one like his son of man received dominion glory and clerkship all peoples nations and languages served him his dominion is an everlasting dominion that she will not be take can away his kingship shall not be destroyed the word of the lord.

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"bhagat" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on KELO

"Remember one day sitting down to eat in after one bike she sort was in the good stuff same at shona from the display case this happened a couple of times until land bhagat wise to what same was doing it dornan her that he would sell on the prime rib upfront but when he got to the freeze a grabs something on the order of dog meat he probably figured she never know the difference one day i asked and be why don't you just follow him to the back into the back to make sure you're not getting shipped she did the next time we went to the market in the heat of the summer date she put on an extra heavy coat a scarf and matching ear muffs just to stay warm in the freezer where sam cut up the beef would you told sam but she wanted to follow him into the freezer he didn't look too pleased the toothy smile vanished from his face but what could he do he shrugged grunted just don't touch anything i had no plans to lose a finger so i stood there with my arms folded like a mannequin i'm looking at the meat hooks the slices and the meat cleavers fascinated by world and every new exist existed the whole time and be studied sam like a new york city health inspectors at this time she made sure we left with the good stuff now we got home she cook that meet what a difference that sam the butcher from a little book that was published a few years ago entitled train tracks introduction i really was poor milo okay another been read that not a call and see everyone else on a anybody on only want to hear is much spiritual elegance and that topic once i started i don't blame you it's an empty it's a wasteland out there why that adami sees now what cnn's tara i tell you that cnn has now gone and trump is right now more msnbc now mantra on and on and on and on is what i volvo millions of years for no is this what my ancestors escaped the guns in the swordsman holocausts in order for me to hear city on talk about msnbc and cnn no i'm not going to waste my brain on that no so i'll have to do what i gotta do any way i'd do.

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"bhagat" Discussed on Invisibilia

Invisibilia

01:42 min | 5 years ago

"bhagat" Discussed on Invisibilia

"One was killed his car was blown up of course you fill refer sorrow because that's alive who was lost for no reason the other the somali guy he's still over there he was funny an openminded such went to south did that reflect back on you or make you think anything about your path and the i was pretty lucky that i get that phone call from trauma half since those kids disappeared in two thousand twelve very few have left from or to syria even when the traffic from the rest of europe was spiking last year two thousand fifteen just one guy left one the program is still precarious though if there's ever a terrorist attack in our whose it will really be tested it's already been tested in a way by that one guy from the program who left for syria in two thousand fifteen muhammad will work with him so long torleif an alan could not have intervened in muhammad's life more they helped him go back to school they helped him get an apartment they got a mentor bhagat invited to his wedding but he kept trying to sneak away to syria and then one day he finally succeeded taking his wife with them the forces lurks tune he said was too strong for us programs like this will have failures they might have a lot of failures but they still might be worth trying because this whole thing is a long way from over.

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