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Anuel -  Analizando "Ya Coron" (cancin filtrada) y SU NUEVA ETAPA...

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

13:36 min | 6 months ago

Anuel - Analizando "Ya Coron" (cancin filtrada) y SU NUEVA ETAPA...

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Tips para conocer las Termas de Ro Hondo  Relatos de mi tierra 32

Podcast RadioViajera

25:02 min | 1 year ago

Tips para conocer las Termas de Ro Hondo Relatos de mi tierra 32

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Gary Rabine, CEO, Paving Your Future with an Entrepreneur Mind  Episode 114

How'd It Happen Podcast

1:18:48 hr | 1 year ago

Gary Rabine, CEO, Paving Your Future with an Entrepreneur Mind Episode 114

"Welcome to episode one, hundred, Fourteen of the how did happen podcast hosted by Mike Mallet Testa in this episode Mike Welcomes Gary Ray by the CEO and chairman of ray-ban Group an award-winning Group of companies that helps local and national property asset managers maximize their long term on investment with world-class engineered solutions for commercial applications and concrete and asphalt paving, roofing doors, and docks. Utility. Municipal Pipe Inspection, Snow Removal, project management, and much more Gary brought a Blue Ocean entrepreneur mindset to an industry where it was. Heavily commoditised as a result, Gary created a unique brand focused on innovation speed and quality and shears the details on how we did it. You can catch more great conversations with Gary. On his own podcast called ditch digger CEO where he talks with entrepreneurs about the real stories of people who have risen to the top. You'll get the wrong wisdom unfiltered mistakes and the lessons they've learned along the way to go straight from their mouths to your ears Gary success also helped him revitalize a world class. Golf course and has elevated it to be rated by Golf Digest as one of the most challenging courses in America and one of the best courses in Illinois. He created unique experience at this private club in Woodstock Illinois called Bull Valley Golf Club Mike, and Gary cover a ton of great stuff in this episode like how he developed his work ethic at a young age lessons from his financial gains and losses to eventually hit hockey stick growth his thoughts on labor unions and adapting to high labour. Costs his frustration with complacency and thoughts on socialism his love for family and capitalism developing future business leaders why his friends are urging him to be the next governor of Illinois and much more while at a young age doing things to make money greats this mind and age where you go broke and I lost everything through through the Union fight and some other times in my life I've always wanted to my wife and said, Hey, don't don't sweat it. Well, I WANNA make your and turn off always. It's always happened right with lost. A lot of times always gained it back and a lot more over the course of the years following because you know entrepreneurship is entrepreneurship and as long as you find products and value for a customer and you can strive to be great at it. You you you. You always have a chance right I I think in life you know you gotta look at everything as a positive right guy. Positions to challenge US and what doesn't kill US makes us stronger I sincerely believe, and if you're gonNA live to fight another day with the lessons hand from the losses than you're going to be a lot stronger than their competition than ever experience was awesome right this episode is brought to you by hello water polo. Water is fiber infused with zero sugar five grams of fiber with five inspiring flavors a fun and fresh delivery system to help curb appetite and promote gut health smile laugh live love and dance your way to a healthy lifestyle visit. Helo. WANDERED DOT com to find a retailer near you. Hello Water Inspire Health and now here's Gary Rabai and Gary ray-ban welcome to the show Thanks for me. You know. It's kind of funny I met Gary Longtime ago very briefly at a wipe yovany probably doesn't remember it. But. I've been trying to arrange this podcast for a year and during that time I've become very acquainted with Gary because I listen to his ditch digger. CEO. PODCAST. And, you can find him on Instagram at its digger CEO which is a very cool name for a podcast and also great stories area should go and you should subscribe to that podcast but I also feel like we've kind of got A. Symbiotic relationship because he doesn't know this about me but I started driving a garbage truck when I was eighteen years old and that led driving the garbage truck actually led into my career as a waste. Waste in. Business and ultimately as an entrepreneur having started my own. Industrial Waste Company in one, nine, hundred, ninety, two. So I feel like I'm I can't steal the ditch digger name but I feel like I've sort of a ditch digger CEO as well. So. Gary I start everyone my shows with with same question. That is how did happen for you. That's a great question. It's a long answer though so you shut shut me down every time you're talking to right you go for it happened for me I learned work at the Very Young Age my Dad's my dad's stayed one years old today you'll see thinks he cannot work anybody anybody around him. He doesn't he doesn't have. Not, business during the anymore the small business guy who basically. Cut copy shops firewood every day for his friends and ready for the winter wood-burning stoves. Dot and he still comes down trees some news to do a young guy still does that performance his neighbors himself he's got. Would a piece of property? So my dad was working. In a factory at might and then had a small businesses he started when I was a young man I was, let's say six seven, eight years old when he started up a tree business and then now. Gary Firewood and. Then, starting on dirt sand gravel and all that. So I watched my dad as a young kid. I hung out all the time. If I was in school watched him work super hard to support his family, six kids and The my mom and are six kids. Five five siblings. So I watched him and and I, I just won't work through my dad and then watch collect money and happy way you know from a factory job making more than minimum wage. Union Stuart, and so it was a little more than. Most of the people on the floor. Are. Pretty happy that job that he had a steady job with some benefits but. He was really happy with this business to start doing trees. Firewood worries making more money than the factories. Working seventy hours a day outside his forty hour job. So he was he was just watching him was it was easy to become a I respected work and respected you know collecting the cash and make money and serving your costumers found right when I was young guy. So at a ten ten eleven years old I started through how to make money. San Newspaper route ten mowed lawns, micro paper route. So that was. More Montana like. Job May six bucks a week eleven thirty papers day but then on the. On weekends I I more wrong. Actually Halsey weekends I motor lawns and make a lot more than six bucks here now, Well, that was a lot of fun and then eventually working with my dad that we're not one. Small, heavy equipment. So my dad bought an old beat up five cats. Bob Cat really well at young age as A. Kid. Hand eye coordination progress much faster than adult. So the short period of time I was better than my dad I'm Bob Cats that Robin twelve, thirteen years old and. and. I. Was doing all the grading delivered dirt people's tosses. Do. Raids and you become wrong from around the blacks. People come home. They crowd around and watch this kid. Burning yards and stuff because I got to be pretty pretty surgical with this machinery at a young age. So thirteen years old a kind of a friend of my dad's WHO's the driveway paving guy. Watch me great a driveway. Great. Brave meaning. Neil final grade with machine the gravel, and then great some dirt around the yard and he said mannequins good with this this uh skits. Dear they said Uh came up to me and said Would you want free? Sometimes I've got driveways any graded and I can't keep up sometimes. When you're out with your dad so I said Hey what are you pay? Was Your Dad pay us at four bucks an hour. A CERTAIN So this guy said, oh, I'll pay five months. So I said. Thirteen years. I began raiding driveways aw I'm Rick Answer when my dad didn't he and I like that a lot like like the paving of the drive was came after grading pavement asphalt. So I like that a lot I got to be pretty good at. Drivers as well. by the time, I was fifteen sixteen, seventeen years old. I still help my dad a lot but I really liked the paving side of what I did as a young kid. So my goal at graduating highschool. For some someday own my own. Business and I. I believe is going to be landscaping repaving My Dad and I love my dad still always have my dad's always have a payment ashby around who work with anything very controlling die. And so. My goal was not to work for my dad rest of my life, and so he he actually kind of liked the landscaping. So I said. He doesn't like paving. So I'm focused on. Can I be a paving guy someday right That's kind of where my my direction went from from before graduating highschool over the next ten years I can't. Driveway Paving Company, and Mike My dad actually one point partners with me on bought my dad out about ten years high school. you're you're. You're partners bought shares in nineteen, ninety three, and we are two million dollar company, and then I began to scale scale. you know took his longtime took twenty years to get to a six million dollar company. And then it took twenty seven years over two hundred, million dollars. So Nice growth big big hockey stick role from. Your twenty two, year, twenty, seven. Now, with starting other companies you know growing into national business and all that. So that's kind of art. That's kind of where we are. We there lots, ups and downs. We've made a lot of mistakes lost a lot of money with bad decisions and I. Kind of bounced around from, you know from two hundred, thirty, million organization down to a sixty, seven, million dollar organization back up to. One hundred twenty or thirty million dollars nowadays. And in growing in right. Until twelve it. Acted by covid stuff in the in the shutdowns that WHO's ridiculous leaders in government are are putting in place for business. And the economy so This year we're going to be we hope to. Know Within fifteen percent of our targeted budgets but the struggle to get there no. It's Kind of a story. I. Real estate a lot. More. Less success there than I would like to say. REAL ESTATE HAS BEEN A. Terrible place to be in the real food real estate. So. I've got I'm on a golf course right now my wife and I own. So. bought. Out. OF BANKRUPTCY BASICALLY And revive manicured it and kept mazing. We've had this for about nine years. It's been a lot of Funda. Take a beautiful property and make it better on days listen and see members happy with the condition and. Joe We've done a lot of different things and like against some with. Great success in some with. No success or even worse millions of dollars losses, but overall on the net, the net is a very positive light for launch commercial. and. I've got a family of. Four kids three Ricketts we had the first four or five years of my life, four years, my wife and I being married. Often. Twenty Twenty two to twenty, six year olds we had three kids and then. decided. To. Adopt. Sometime, later, ten twelve years after last. Russia who's nine? So we are family we've got an awesome family wife of. Thirty. Five years. In. Gary You. You talked about you know. I'm really interested in this scaling thing. So you talked about twenty years of going from two million to six million or whatever it was, and then the next seven years being able to scale the business to two hundred million at least one point what what was it that you learned? That made that possible or who did you put yourself around because it's most that doesn't happen to most particularly when they've been in business twenty years they kind of stay stay put it seems for the rest of the time. Yeah. So actually some things are. Some things are looked to be Know sometimes it's time to be really bad times in your life and to actually end up to be rates in the long run and I think in certain situations for a reason but Two. Thousand. And One and two, thousand four. Six Window Company in two, thousand and one. Wife and I were you know very, you know what? Rethought? Had more success than we ever imagined. It comes that worth all that. And then. Two thousand one comes along the Unions in Chicago and say we need to be unionized. So when my my teammates talk to them all twenty twenty, some people all said they didn't want to be unionized so. We decided to fight the unions I saw my team. So. We did that and I was. Miserable time or the unions the money lost everything we had more or wife. Were at the end of the site of negatively inbox. So we lost. Five six, seven, eight blocks in the total fight. and. In the end. Of Lessons learnt a lot about labor laws. Politics. We can keep the business going coming in. Even in a bad. Or Union down. But we learned to sell better. Better Costner target target customers learned to. Shepherded extra niches that we could we could grow it eventually. The Union battles over we're basically grow. Business wasn't bankrupt or bank stuck with. US. And and then we use the lessons that we learned over that that Greek career fights. To really really catapult our growth and that was You Know Understanding Union Chicagoland area we then we're understanding across the country where we re and other markets besides Schwalier market. And so it was that. Same time I was out, I should be four that time and after like. World class white I I changed our our mentality to competing locally to competing globally. And so I say that the pay me business you know you have a tendency just like the garbage goes no kicking the crap out of the competition locally don't usually think about who's doing this across the world. That's the best that right maybe you did and maybe you do mike when it's not common. So I, started to to travel and understand the best minds. Pavement engineering and. And payment payments contracting and got to be friends with all the people I could find that seemed to be the leaders in the country in the world. and. So then I then I began to get my team to aspire. To be be. Much more than what we were before not just A. Regional player. Well, how how how can we be request? How can we take on engineering that rather Germany that they're not doing here we take on new mix designs and and do concrete at a productive rate that can compete with asphalt. We did that you know. So it was kind of like. Your your your title, the show. On how do you? How do you become world class and really it was simply in my opinion about wrong yourself with world class mines going beyond our markets that reserve and saying you know who's the best in the world and we did that and I Today on boss with some friends that are best minds in the world I can call in any time as good friends that are the best engineering minds in the world and in many in many injury applications that perform or we guide our customers on it comes. Do you know roof engineering and roof maintenance engineering pavement engineering haven maintenance generic mixed. On products and pavements and. Concrete asphalt. Now we're into drones and technology and the drone world and AI world off for were seeking out and finding the best you can find there. So again, I think it's just reaching further than more people reach is are are so when you do that, what do you find out? Okay. How do we scale? How do how we trained better faster on? How do we? How do you think more consistently? Great Quality, day in and day out every author right so I think that that's that's how we grew how the hockey stick approach Chapman went from six, million, two, hundred and thirty million right and it was basically you know just constantly constantly. Reaching reaching eventually by the time, we got the two thirty read about twelve or thirteen different companies we own and and we We we we. We've spread we duplicated nationally the best products that we could serve the big building owners cried. So now Walmart Target Home Depot Lowe's. Just largest these customers rely on us for more than just paving nowadays right they rely on us for long-term budgets you know better better mix designs. A lot of different things that usually contractors right upon for Ya. So a couple of things there couple things are you I with the Went through the Union thing and I want to get back to that because I think there's a perspective there that I'd like you to share as a business owner that doesn't get shared very often but I was there some thing or someone or some organization that came of the came around and put that mindset into I mean you obviously had a hustle mindset you obviously had grit mindset, but this mindset to become world class did that come from somewhere? Gary. Yeah you know what I mean as I studied I I was not wanted to study much in high school. I barely got through school right but it but I love business I love real estate business I read a lot of books on real estate business and and so as I read more more as I'm growing my business right I'm looking at you know the story of Microsoft scary at the. Waste Management Story in your industry right? Now and I'm learning all about what made them so different What created the this this dominate business that they had right and so in our industry, you know what I learned was. Most fragment fragmented businesses in the world are the are the best businesses right to scale by say that our business our industry are just say one industry were were biggest in his paving parking lot. It's about it's about a twenty billion dollar industry with about forty thousand players in the country. The average company, there's a few million dollars revenue. Because, average companies to stay local they they get comfortable welcome materials or resources right woke waiver and then they they don't. They don't challenge himself go beyond that and so. I learned from other companies of studying other all they want beyond in industries that were fragment like ours waste management, for example, that Ryan sure there's a bunch more like that and so I kind of learned from their stories on how they thought differently than the normal industry to to really discover how to nationally dominated industry. Now, we're not dominant to my opinion in Israel very small. This big industry because it's it's been tougher than we thought to scale to be like that. You know let's say if I could be a few percent of the industry I'm. Dick Seven hundred million revenues right and so I believe we're still going to get there with our new technology that we've had in the last few years but but at stopping as easy but we're we're still in a in striving to be. The dominant one in the industry, we've got to be one of if not the biggest in the streets right now we're the tallest. Short Guy Right it's that. Way. Right. Now. The average still is probably four or five million revenues in the commercial paving world, and we're you know we're twenty thirty times that whatever. Right so the thing is To get to. The next place where we're truly dominate the industry I believe our technology will get us there so. We're using technology to help our customers, assess their real estate superfast to become the experts with them on on on on all their properties nationally and actually. So with that, we have a chance now of really scaling again to the next level that we want to get to. Our team, that's board WHO's really Really. The best thing we've ever had when it comes to mind set up, you know when it comes to finance side of scaling when it comes to the. Training and productivity side is scaling. So we're position right now at great best technology, the industry can can can afford. So we were pretty excited about where we're going but I guess back back to your thing. Now looking any fragmented business where people say you can't you can't do that. The average companies, a million dollars in revenues a year well. But if it's a few dollars in linistry if the average of that small. How do you? How do you come up with a brand and a product and and and some strong differentiator? That that that puts you in front of a lot more customers because of your differentiator is right with people say man what what are they doing over there at at ray-ban right power they doing parking lots. At that quality at that speed and paving concrete as fast. Right that was a story that that other other people would ask at new our business, right? They knew that we were We were the first one in the country to start paving hackery and asphalt just as efficiently, and then concrete more efficient anybody in the world and and we were an asphalt paving originally exclusively today we paid as much concrete as we do ask for. Differentiation I think strong depreciation where the industry is talking about it. Helps a lot. Like Manuel I can get these national I got these ten copies like a lot. But this is the only one that gives me this. What is this what differentiated right for us I can tell you there. There's a bunch of today that we didn't have twenty years ago fact, there's some of them. Is Few today we didn't have five years ago. Right? So I think it's constantly differentiating the swing. I used it the book blue. Ocean strategy is simple simple book that I read that that I that I really I aligned with a lot. Of Strategy. Is Simple rights. It's it's the you know how do you swim away from the shark-infested commodities world business right finds him we washing away from. commoditisation right and I'll tell you right now We think that way every day and our teammates every day we're gonna find many ways swim out of that shark shark-infested waters that commoditisation right and so that's kind of what we how we think all the time, and then we still do that today now sometimes, it gets into trouble because you're investing in things that you think is going to be a great differentiator and and sometimes it's not so. We looking at Gatien we know that four if we can hit one out of four or five that we that we actually used that could become a value proposition for our customer we're doing. Okay. So very often we're spending money my team, my teams like Oh man, we're. You know we spent two million bucks on that and and we're not using it and I have to take. That's Kinda. How it is right? Unfortunately, you know the great differentiate of the BBC might be in the future does it does it? It doesn't make out because the customer really doesn't find it as a strong value proposition to to to call you a differentiator. Value proposition that they that they value. Right So that's That's kind of. The the downside of constantly being at the cutting edge profit you're bleeding. And and you don't. You don't get that back sometimes, right? Yeah. Sure. So the It sounds like. When you went and grew geographically, you didn't grow through consolidation you didn't consolidate the industry. Change it basically, you just said you just brought A. Different mindset into a new geography and sold ray-ban way that have that right Yeah. So what we we've done, we bought a couple of companies but. One worked out great. One workout not so great and. We find that our future is going to be Greenfield ING so. Instead, of buying companies, especially at the multiple have today multiples in our industry like every industry very high they'll probably come down a little after Kobe, but we still find that to build the right culture. Off. Build us a degree field with your core values, your culture, and all that all user than if you if you buy a company that does most is arc is gonNA line that great. We have to change wait to think after being in business for twenty thirty years. Really tough to do some right and you often there we've we've s technology lie. When it comes to Equipments and milling equipment and. All the stuff that paves concrete asphalt and we don't usually find a company that to buy that has all the right technology to going in and we had old equipment and and and technologically. ban. So you had to replace equipment? Anyway? Escape. Russ. Refined better. We think that the future in it may change. It again run out. We feel that we're better off starting up marketplaces. We have some method do that that allows that better. And what what led to the paving with concrete Gary because that seems to be something that. When you talk about looking at? You know competing in a different way. That's certainly a different way to compete. Right you can say to yourself why actually sell against paving, right? That's. Concrete so but you instead decided not. To get into it but not in the same way that everybody else was doing it, right? Yeah. Yes. I I. I watched a small business guy in a market just north of us. Scots. Secretive guy that I knew a little bit if if you think of concrete paving. you think of. Watts Labor. Okay. So concrete still on average a crew of eight people put down. Eight or ten thousand square feet a day of concrete guy for parking lot for a slab floor whatever. Thickness of the concrete inner ten thousand square feet kind of a good day. early, two thousands. A guy that I become very good friends with, of course, I was was small business was pretty now concrete parking lots and a to the tune up twenty thirty Thousand Square Foot Day with the same size labor force right and he was using a piece of equipment that was designed for interior slaps all the laser screed. As. The three is a laser screen that they started building and outside version of and this guy was kind of a Guinea pig. And I say this, you know the the equipment was good frontier slabs, super flat floors but it wasn't good for Arkan- lots have crowns and valleys to get the water to drain. Okay. So this guy started playing around with tools. To To. Basically, create high points, low points and all that. It was called a three dimensional three D laser screen. Okay. saw this guy was the innovator I got I saw doing I saw the threat of competition. He was doing so much production than ever to two, hundred, two, hundred percent more even greater percent more productivity, impro- something Oh my gosh. What's working at a vassal? I knew that. Ben. It's it's happened. I. Went to the sky got to be friends with plenty. And? They're doing Katya. I asked why would cost? trained. Myself Mark Reuss engineers understand what he was doing. So we can do what he was doing, right? We did that now like two. Three four five. And And that put us into the repaving roads I read on a price. It and we paid him just out of packer off now why would he do that? He was an annual contract at that point where union backpacker. Four five. Can give rise. While we're in here from Arkansas put that he was. So we ended up buying the best equipment walls in let's say five. After I got my my financial on the ground again, finance a really expensive piece of equipment related screen in two thousand, five bought a new one in two, thousand seven and then continued to buy the best of the best three dimensional laser streets today mouth. When he still in business or his kids are. In. Of Southern Wisconsin Little Bit Northern Illinois. Non Union great people. We've grown to to do that work nationally now and And we we are. Production is his highest. You can find in the country and so what I say that we'll do sixty thousand square feet. Acre and a half in a day. When you know eight or ten thousand. Kind of war. About this technology so when you put down Five hundred percent war. Six hundred percent more sometimes right than the competition with the same labor force. You've got a competitive product that kicks ass right sure. And not just the quality. Becomes is way better because you do it. So fast of wealth. So speed and asphalt paving repaving is. Is a big deal. Manley is good because you're. Less cost right was cost of labor also quality and asphalt paving concrete. Maybe if it's super fast is way better and everything we do is is is now a lot the tron ix and dimensional technology. So it's the quality is like unbelievable compared to what it is you don't have this right so super fast, super high quality and that then puts us in a position where. Big. Companies don't want to be out of business for very long when repave a parking lot and we can give them more speed and quality than anybody else airspace. So that's kind of a fun fun place to be and you better be you better be. Really really quickly, high quality wins stop. Speed high quality combination, really West because. Speed, times money. For our customers with these corporate distribution centers. To three hundred dollars, retail centers, and so on. Right. Got It. So, let me go back to the Union. Thing you talked about for a bit. In typically in the newspapers or when people reporting about companies and unions sort of butting heads, it's it's sort of always. Skewed towards the union side like the unions being taken advantage of that kind of thing and. I I'm really curious about your personal experience. I've never had a union fight myself but a friend of mine who had a waste business did. And you mentioned that you know drain the drain the. Coffers Company would where some of the things that you you had to deal with that you would have that kind of an impact. Yeah. So you know unions. And I'm in their parties it'd be nowadays right and I think they respect me I hope that they don't all white they don't like me but we pay our bills on time and we've grown within the union marketed Chicago by a lot. but they know that I'm you know I'm paying the Bochum sometimes dry. But you know what? Here's I'll tell you union union mentality is developed in my opinion. Be My my opinion. To to be kind of like you know a high pressure environment where they use everything they can't every every ounce of luggage can to convince you that you should be in the union even though labor cost goes through the roof because of. The benefits ridiculously expensive. Your labor cost is hot. You're paying everybody a high high labor in our. I should say every but are you in Japan everybody the highest Highest. Labor. In the country and off you're paying the beginners new guys that you're paying your experts. Your right. I'm going to pay my experts more than the union days and and they might be in. A lot less while we train them right for the first six seven year or is they're gonNA make less than that them the experts and so until their experts have you paid his experts while I didn't like it and my team didn't like his unions, you gotta pay that extra wage to everybody whether they're. On your team for a year or out twenty thirty years right and so on. It's hard to pay your best people. And reward them more when you are competing with Labor. That's one third poss often. So that the challenge I had was was that a win win win battling the before we were when their ten organize this they do everything they can to. Throw feed bumps along the way for activity. Make their goal is scaring customers away They're they're they're super strong propaganda. They basically use tactics that That Marx- Marxist organization with us to to create a social environment and maybe eventually come. Right. They use propaganda in in the best way they can all. Like by bad labor law, but they've been able to help we'll. We'll with Paul. Titians. So that's that's Kinda. What. Who I looked at it while organized I saw pressure that I would have never imagined I would be battling. Labor charges against US how to daily basis release a weekly basis sometimes daily basically have labor charges that would come in the mail certified mail. Never workforce right I have to go I'd have to go argue that I with attorney and eventually all by myself that can afford attorney more. But again, so they they find everywhere they can't slow your production outstare customers away Celia. Employees. And? Many other things right so It's very, very strenuous time and you fight the union. So most people fall pretty quick or. Pretty Fast Right. We didn't say uncle for a long time and cost me everything I owned because that again, I, looked at the lesson of that time has been extremely a good one and whenever I have lost like that in my mind, it's like okay I can make us pay off. It's gotta be. Worth, the fight. We have we that pay off you know I would say many times over. Other lessons in my career I I that I've lost a ton of dough I still. Still unfocused on paying those gone because there are more expensive than that one even right. I think in life you know you gotta look at everything as as a positive right guy I'd put your senior physicians that challenges and what doesn't kill US makes stronger I sincerely believe right and if we can if we can live to fight another day with the lessons in hand from from the from the losses that you're going to be a lot stronger than their competition than ever experience experience of loss of right. I well I'm glad you shared that because it is one of the things that I think really haunts entrepreneurs you know they get themselves into a situation that feels really bad feels like the world's against them at least for a short period of time and and in a lot of them, you know they really struggled with getting passed out or they. They don't take it as a positive. They don't see having gone through that as something that demonstrates that they can go through anything which is kind of like what you did, but instead they just become. Did. Just become frustrated right they just they just want to give up. Yeah. Yeah. So when I I watch being organized these union organized. Many of our competitors before we fell and so they they were pointing to as the example because they had many business agent signings every day that everybody knew what they're doing to us in solve every everybody, my industry, every small paving company in our marketplace Northern Illinois not everyone almost everyone got organized and of those today maybe only. One or two OV. Ten or twelve organized still in business today right? Because they didn't adapt to the new the new. Pasta Labor right. We knew I warned my teammates. If you guys, we can do this. If you want, we just have to Chicago and working dog we have to go to the ROCKFORD. Working Rockford and we're going to work in other virus. We're not gonNA work in northern. Illinois. Wisconsin is much labor costs as much higher than that competition those markets, right? Now, we've actually been blessed to get so productive with our crews that we we actually compete in Iowa? INDIANA -Sconsin Illinois. With those union crews with Labor cost there three four times more all in with home stuff. When it comes to, you know our our workers comp is the highest in the country now. So when you add labor and you had benefits and you had a workers compensation on top of everything in Illinois now again are anywhere from three or four times more. Per Labor right and operator in the field as our competitors. I will. INDIANA. UP IN SCOTS WISCONSIN RIGHT? especially if you're competing nonunion right if it's union. nonunion three or four times much total cost in. So think about the productivity our crews have to be responsible for order to compete. So what so that's that's kind of where we've won I. Mean it's crazy that that that's okay. Right that we have to. We have to compete at that. To grow our union crews, they have to do that but we do and we have nonunion company that we all that we own in D. DC, or outside of DC Maryland. Company nine unions commercial nonunion market there so. While nonunion but that that company. Continues to grow, and we're we're in the middle of sorry up in Dallas. Right. Now, a company in Dallas that it'd be nine company. So those companies will be able to travel further than our Chicago Union Labor. That's kind of where we're building in markets across the Country Union nonunion, whatever but you know. For. Challenges are much less than the ninety marcus, the need markets when you look at this. Now. There's there's there's some bad of habits. There's some benefits of it's a good union these unions south. You know pretty good pretty good labor force that you can access. Now if you're one that hires union temper. Your Union market harm temporary. Time unions rate. Unfortunately, we want long-term teammates and we want people that are oil to our customers and our art values, and so we don't take dance that very often we will. We don't hire. Temporary Labor very often at all from the unions and so we don't take advantage of the benefit that some of my friends that are is a decent benefit right saw. All meguro volumes, I think some value I think. They're they're there for a reason, I, necessarily many ways and some some parts of the country. The unions are more reasonable actually great job training and some parts of the country not not so much at all. So I think again, I, I hate to say out. All encompassing unions are terrible. I. Think that's the case I. think that I. Think they're not necessary today like they used to be. So if there are unions I, think they got gotta be better training. If they create a value proposition, we have to business. Probably do pretty good job of that. Some do nothing that right because they're spoiled and complacent. So again. What's what? What? What? What's the best of all worlds I think if you can understand this this space while I think we've we've we understand it well over the flight and we continue to study this stuff right? Yeah. So before we you were talking to me about how you're you're committing or maybe now it's a new passion of yours to you know improve or change government leadership. particularly. To I. Think what I heard you say is particularly to get them to understand the role of business and what what, what, some of the policies that are in place are doing to business in the economy and to jobs ultimately. I. Suppose. Yeah. So so Mike here I mean if I was in another state, I probably wouldn't spend the time energy and money that I spend today on basically. I won't stayed on women. I'm a I'm an Illinois and all my life I built all our businesses here I would save the night. You know I say this it's a, it's a, it's a moving but somewhere between a million, two, million dollars a year in in gain net profit. That was not an Illinois. Somebody's couple businesses set the stay here. Okay. They serve this market, but businesses don't have what seven Mike. Here. So my accountant you know my CFO, and and and now the question always are you sure you want to stay here? I'm like you know I. I I I love the state this is my home state. I'm GONNA fight fight tooth and nail before I just exit like so many friends of mine. You're in Wisconsin. So you see all the movement of is moving Wisconsin. Iowans. People, I was the same thing in Indiana huge influx of Illinois and Indiana as well as Tennessee and all over to remove. We're losing more jobs than anywhere else in the country. So my thing is I believe that complacency corruption have have ruined our states point. So for me, my life is going to be about the rest of my life if you've got to make. This world a better place before I leave and I do that. With like you do with some mentorship, right? I do my podcast like you do stories of people can learn stories, which I think is the best way to learn I do I do it with Hopefully, growing a great family of leaders Mike, my family, my businesses, we have great CEO's and presidents why are companies and we we nurture and mentor and they're awesome. So so I do I've lost with that what beyond that I'm so bothered by complacency corruption and state leadership and on. As well as actually across the country many markets as well as the federal government, right? So I've been engaged in federal. Regulation Fighting Regulation Federally with a couple of groups I'm involved in I I've I've. BEEN INVOLVED IN TURNING POINT USA a great organization where we educate kids across America in college was to why socialism is such a dangerous thing why free enterprise and capitalism is a beautiful thing it gives them more opportunity than than the lever having other type environment, and so what we find in college campuses as socialism runs rampant teachers. Professors believe in it. Ninety percent of them and they're teaching terrible terrible gender-based on socialism is good. So I was part of blessed to be part of this young man Charlie Court and his and his other founder Bill. Montgomery. Met them seven years ago. when when experience I've been. Them. All this time this young man had a vision actually this was sold Bill Montgomery had a vision untold trolley what took when it could be Charlie bought division and expanded it greatly. Turning, point. USA. Bill died recently. I was I was memorial coming up on Friday actually. Covert. Actually at eighty years old a great great guy. Yes was. A. Bill you know that the vision was for Charlie to bill this amazing organization college campus across America and it happened. About two thousand college campuses, we've got you know hundreds of thousands of kids they're educating other kids life this capitalist, America, this American values of so awesome compared to everything else watched the world has often, and and so these kids are treat training other kids, right. So we've scaled this soul beautifully and they're they're creating havoc actually when it comes to the socialist agenda The college campus have today. To. That's a great organization before that I've gotten. Job Creators Network Amazing. Obstacle more one of my one of my heroes and watch premiership is Marcus. Marcus. Depot at Bernie is most giving guy. Who was smarter sharpest sharpest guys I known entrepreneurship as well as same way with me very passionate about government. And fixing these things. So he started organization ten years ago call job creators network. I was one of the first y'all's. On on the board involved in it, and still am today an group I up your search out bad regulation and fight it everything that inhibits job creation. We we we we put out there too big way, and now nowadays that this administration in in in DC this. Trump trump uses our our information consistently as well as others state by state leaders. But the bottom line we've got about two hundred dollars like during there was like five or six. And I was blessed to be part of the founding of that we've had a couple of hundred thousand businesses across America now that are better part job creators that were identifying problems and and things that inhibit jobs, right so it's it's a lot of fun. So these things these organizations put me into a bunch of different few others that I that I'm part of leadership in and Wipe Hillsdale Valley I, Love I. Feel, and so with all these things, what do I realize I realize that man we are at this point in time we're at risk losing this new for free enterprise driven country to Marxist movements and people think my friend Smart France? Thank Eh Gary you're going too far. I don't believe I am I. I'm very that that that just the. Anybody's ever read the long time use manifesto written in eighteen, forty, eight by Karl Marx. It is plan all organizing country community from you from a great free off community to a family community, which marks of course. Thinks is the most beautiful form of leadership and governments anyway. I believe when I read that when I read that your rather ten years ago I. Often as I see stuff going around, listen to the cliff notes working out and boy all the all the all the The the the map is mapped out. The world map is is it's been in place for a while but what the the with the distance traveled that Road Roadmaps Marxism and socialism communism is. Is a long way down the road right now if we don't, if we don't really pay attention, fight it for our country won't be that. Beacon for the world to to say, wow, I'm going to be only America Sunday where I can I can date I. Can create I you. must of. The world. Won't be within American. Medical minds won't be with America is the place. They can go. And be warm. For hardware. And in. Ways involved a lot and what are we doing to fix that in my own state? Of Illinois You know I believe we can build a new Republican. Party. I'm working on that again people think I'm not. I'm. Not. People thought Oh nuts all along. And so often people say. I'm crazy what my thoughts task that just motivates me to execute or work harder. To prove them wrong and it's kind of fun to do that and so I believe that we're such tough shape like economic state Illinois. That there's more people can be educated on how to fix it. Then there could have been fifteen years ago nobody fault becoming. So. Nowadays. I'm involved a lot of things that I speak on the subject in front of large groups in in in the state of Illinois. And basically talk about how we can turn this tide. From the status the most. Debt ridden in the country by far per capita by far too estate. That's once again. The the best state in the country in the middle of the country, the heart of the country to create jobs and do business enough and raise your family. But right now it's not that. Gary, why do you think that? This this notion of socialism Marxism or whatever has gotten so far down the road. What is it? What's in your mind? What is it? That is appealing to people to think that that is? A Better Alternative. So in every environment where you're talking about Venezuela twenty years ago or Talking about Cuba you talk many places right? It's kind of sexy for many people that don't have work ethic that don't think that they have a chance that don't think they can grab their share of the Pie it's pretty attractive for people say you know to be victims and say what? No wonder why I'm not successful. That's why don't I I didn't have that color skin. On wonder, why not success? Why was born in that family right So it's easy I think to for for society and the leaders of the Marxist movement to create victims, and then with victims all victims need to be. Made whole basically right. So the more victims you can create like you should not have to pay for your holiday vacation that's not fair. It's not fair because it's too stupid expensive as white. Otherwise it's fair. Otherwise Fair. You know some kids don't need Jin go to college I capable. They'll be better off to college education like myself right and some kids are going to be. Are. Excel with a great college education but not suffer everybody our society has has pushed Stewart's for everybody, right? So what's happened because it's for everybody because our government took over the phone system and took out of the private sector, everybody can get a college education. Everybody can go on debt for those big loans and every college concert charging more in the professors. Can Spoil themselves with you know bigger bigger salaries all time bigger benefits because all you gotta do is get bigger long. Yeah. Because you know you can get the loan, right? So. It's just like it's like what like the mortgage? Well, what would happen of course that? You are I are made people tolerate I, think the the mortgage crisis that happened it's the student loan prices that's going to happen and it's because you know these kids can't pay them off And it's. It's it's him to win but you're right. So guess go back to why socialism the track because it's easy to create victims and divisiveness whether it's by color sex you know income whatever and and and when you create with you create that. Now let's say let's make diplomacy a free free free stuff same thing that it didn't all these other countries that went from free countries to two two socialist awhile actually communism We if you're talking about Venezuela fifteen years ago, sixteen years ago, richest country in the in South America, the fourth richest company. Fourth. Richest country in the world but capital today is the bottom of the barrel. Third. World country. middle class people in upper middle class. People are now living on the streets eating their out in the pets. It's sickening environment I, can I can tell. Verified. This crazy stuff that's going on their biological up I studied and people. I know that's come there. So come from there. But again, that's what happens when when you know when everything's supposed to be free and and people are not incentivized to to to work hard to create innovate. Right? So I guess. It happens it happens because it's easy. It's a lot easier salt-free stop into this hard work in my opinion and as we as we as we have a generation, my opinion of of families that have grown grown their families one side while with everything, the kid ever wants without making them work hard without crazy too many problems like protecting their kid from albums white you create this dependent you even in big money dependent kids think the privilege whenever workgroup with which because it they they? They didn't they didn't understand or. Weren't taught the the dignity work that will carry them wrestle lives. They weren't. They didn't have Britain life's that it gives them the body armor to get through anything in the future, right? So. My opinion. To different clouds, we have a we have some class of individuals are urban environments that. That we have paid to stay home with paid you know mothers. Matt, how fathers their lives and so that that's a terrible thing and we urban urban environments. We have seventy, seventy, five percent of our of our our kids, our young people growing up in the father and rice to guess what it's easy to to for them to pick their victims because they are their victims by the system we both and so now again we can. We can't call it out that that it's from our dependence system. It was bolt in the sixties and Seventies. Right we got to say that you know society as prejudice that's pause this when it's not talk. So again I think that when you have this world where we Thought dependency. Through. The the nanny mother and father the helicopter parents that don't let their kids get dirty don't let their kids experience tough times. Don't let their kids. you know push by bullion and understand how to how How Wrong set up you know crying about it for the rest of their lives and then you have the independent side that we've created as a as a in my opinion as a country right where we've got all these these these could be great families. Raising raising their young men and young daughters on now seventy five percents. One single parent mother usually raising their kids news talk environments right and so we've gotta fix those things if we don't fix those where it's really easy for for the Marxist system work when you have that kind of stuff going on. The plan all of the Communist Manifesto Job I. Sometimes, I talked about this stuff I know my friends who say, oh no. Phase. It's like the seventies this mad and I say, no, it's not right. So my my goal is to make sure that might migrant I look at my grandson Lincoln used to four year for years old now I started thinking about this when he was born I said I you know I want I want to be at twenty years old and I don't want to say GRANDPA. Calls Me Beep actually jaideep where were you? When this when this country so great that gave you everything that you work for what away Why don't have those opportunities? Why? Why can't I own a piece of land anymore ramp. Why can't I own my own my own business anymore. Because, that'll be the conversation. Yeah my fear is that Lincoln, and the is all say, Lincoln you know what? Maybe, that's worked hard to to to try to mitigate it. It didn't work out so well, but I I gave my. For maybe it could be they can be saved it man we. Re as as leaders in our country got together and save that the Society of the view that that that free market driven country that that it's always. Again that that's my fear is that conversation isn't a good conversation from all I wanNA make sure that it is. And it's as you were talking, I was thinking to myself to about. Why that's an attractive route because you know everybody wants the result they see someone else Scott they just don't want to do what they don't under-. have an appreciation or understanding for what had to happen for that to happen. You feel that way. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. So let me go. Here's here's look when I look at some family members who I love dearly at Brett Friends of mine. I love dearly, that are teachers they're they're pleased their teachers firemen now they they they with most case law these friends of mine if your friends are pass with people, they're passionate they do right. I know there's people that do what they aren't so passionate, but everyone of them in the end nowadays retires at an age of RAW, my age or younger than fifty years all fifty, three, four, five years old I'm fifty seven right many of these people retire at a very young age with his guaranteed pension and Hamilton. And that's awesome. That's awesome that they've got a problem is unsustainable Illinois many mayors pension plans are unsustainable. People live much longer than they were designed for originally it doesn't work anymore right but unfortunately, still out there and God bless my friends that didn't get something out of this catching but I hope they do but but again. We I worked at a business building a business right great success and I know success last everything killed it to be. This. Great larger company lost a ton again and going out of business and every time I risk going out of business I risk having zero at fifty, fifty, five, sixty, eight years old because I don't have a passion for me for myself my family, right? And because I've been blessed night. We'll large-size. Man, I could. Even even any scaling we do. In any scaling we do. We have risk of losing it all and I've had that risk and brought to me many time. So but either way, I, think about my friends that build these little million or two million dollar businesses and they're making fifty one, hundred, thousand dollars net profit. They have no pension, right they maybe do some type of 401k for them in their feud waste. But in the end who's episodes anytime? No pension, there's nothing there for them they have to work until their debt. and social security knocking up right. So so many friends right now with this Kobe thing going on, it's making me sick as heck works is harder hard hundred hundred dollars a week loss to build their businesses like I f, they never really built it past I'll two. One, two, three, four, five, even maybe ten or twenty million dollars businesses. and. They're losing them all one after another because our ignorance again in bad leadership governments With with people leading a government that don't understand what it takes to build anything. Right. Are Making decisions for everybody else and it's all. Why look at your state because you're going pretty good job right now have you got your challenge? Is like every state right now this environment along. We are burning up businesses one after another right now at sickening. Poor, people have again my friends have been doing this for twenty thirty, forty years. They have nothing man pageant so they would have better off a job as a teacher right firemen teacher police officer anything. Yeah. Something safe. Right something. Zero risk right yeah. Make decent living outside always the best living, but they become pretty nice jobs. In my opinion, it paid paid more than the average job. They didn't start that way twenty thirty or squash me. All right but upon them ass they, they now have zero risk compared to these people have risked their business created all these jobs over the course, twenty, thirty, forty years, and now they have nothing. So this. This is what again makes me sick that people leadership making decisions that that that they're making zero leadership experience zero job creations currents. Zero Economic. Knowledge of economics. Right so I, feel like. It's in this mclovin it's been the worst time ever watch bad leaders lead. Will that that strikes a chord with me because I don't I don't even know if it's bad leadership I. Think it's it's no leadership followership mean you these people get elected to make the hard decisions and they have to weigh everything and they're making I. Feel like they're often making easy decisions and then the big governor makes a decision that they've feel like they have to follow along because and then it just that's not leadership. Like. Nothing nothing you described up to this point about your career and stuff had anything to do with no leadership might not have been good leadership all the time but you are always looking to lead yourself in your company in a direction that was positive. So Mike I look at this way in business we have two things that we should be doing in politics. Right we have to have to serve somebody the best highest level conserved Matt to to to win and to stay in business, we concentrated serving our customers and our teammates are. Better than anybody else to keep great people on our team to keep customer, we gotta serve them at the highest level. We've got to reach for the stars. It'd be the best of the best have our market or the world, right? Okay just did that as as as public servants and politics right will make a difference. They sincerely look to serve white everyone around them at the highest level in in the world or maybe in the country. Right. If you're state state leader county leader, the highest level in the world would be nice because people doing government well on a part time basis on absorbing serving leadership basis white but instead are our politicians its simplest while Amoy we have way more selfishness else can do selflessness. And and and we look around we have a Democratic Party of follow their states or to the Democratic Party where there's like, no selfishness one hundred percent of the of those politicians are taking everything. They can out of the system right or central Illinois are taking a pension as unsustainable. That's robbing the taxpayers of our state. Okay. All right now. The Republican Party reopen half, they're not taking punches. And some of those aren't taking salaries because they had some success in wife and became a politician they wanna make GonNa do something good right we're going to sell. You can look at picture of selflessness on the half, which is again, probably only ten percent of our whole legislature annoyed by the way and then the other. So so the other half go are Republicans, they're just as selfish as the Democrats, right? So that combination of selfishness right cannot work anymore and government to my opinion unit needs to be a public service job. It needs a good job with selfless courageous leadership to make changes and save government, and that means downsizing is tough at is that means Challenging, the unions at every turn that means restructuring pensions are unsustainable and these things are not easy. Rider takes create bridges people but take selflessness because as you're doing is you're affecting your own pocket but negatively. I'm. Confident. That bill. A new party that has those character traits and go back to business right business you can't build the business if you're gonNA have great values. Great. Great Value System. Core values at you all agree on and you motivate by and you incentivize and firebomb right? It's all the same respect. Politicians have no values with the you know the the. constitutional. So again, I believe that if we could if we all as as people voting could say, okay what does selfless look like because that's what I want. I want to be served as as a taxpayer. And that would be a beautiful thing. So again I believe if we build just like a business, you got a goal, the business I'm on I'm not I'm not saying I got this guy. Right. There was right now I got I got a bunch of people that want me to run. For Governor next time on I don't know that I'm the best governor governor candidate I I. think There's probably To my thing is, hey, just like my businesses. Gary ray-ban except when I was brand new at this thing. I pull the business. Value Proposition I will initiatives for success. Striving to be world class I around four values and then I go on find people that fit. On. The same case if I got people that want that job with governor bad I don't want. I want that senator deb want white I. Want people say only served right now I believe I've got the guts to in government or outside government for put me in coach right? Those are the people that we. Could actually do the right thing. So for me. That's kind of what I believe. I again, we look at the world class, and if you try to be world class in government, are you comparing yourself Ah Eleanor to California New York New Jersey. Compare yourself to. Tennessee. Compare the Florida Texas weightings places that are actually. They. Don't have a debt they're actually. White Hukou that even you know even you guys Wisconsin without great governor. You had start walkers a friend of mine right? Scott did amazing stuff and and and and had lots of got some rages selfless leadership to to turn your state from from debt to a surplus I. Wasn't easy way. He. Didn't he didn't. He didn't just You know ask politely if the if the unions up, there could think about this form, right? Negotiate a true leader assaulted sleater. Got Things done. Right. So again, why look at government's the only way we're survive as far as the state of Illinois in states across the country is at the change my opinion that the the narrative from from selfish to selfless you have to you have to have a vision of what world class looks like leading governments. You have to strive to compete with the best states in the country not a worst, not not your neighbors like we're not feeling neighbors as you know as our neighbor. Compete with moby. We're we're the worst almost everything now. So in business better scribe be the best or we're not gonNA survive as a state we should be thinking the same way and So that's that's kind of you know some some. Some way I think when it comes to bringing entrepreneurship innovation and real leadership into politics I love the way you're talking about it and I do appreciate you sharing backlit last question Gary. What's what would you say is unique about you You. Know I'm not sure I I. I was always told us young kid that You know I was different. and. Different wasn't good who? represented. Guys pointed case then. People looking at me differently when I was a kid and still today I. Think differently I think that's Differentiating is a great thing. I've learned that learn that early on when. When people would. Would kind of rise it. I young guy but I think I. Think my Dad Taught Me to basically say what's on your mind don't don't don't fear anything and I think My Dad was a big believer. Got Nowadays, dinner much. So I actually when I met my wife, I became a God loving person I, think. My Dad taught me not not to stand up to anybody and all that and that was great. But but I never became stronger until I really believe that you know. We have nothing to fear except fear itself we believe in God. We'd walk with God there's nothing to fear right on the CIRQUE. So I think that's People like that. Don't think your I think because I, I'm always thinking about how to do things better than business and any involvement and I think from Robbie it's third or fourth grade mentality I think about them not the highest the. Amount the more sacred dynamically gifted Guy Moreau when it comes to you know Bye Bye bye level of formal education but I think I always learn. So I guess get back to the. Biggest advantages I know that. On, the guy that's economically at strong at the Masters degrees factories all my friends. I think because I look at everything in ten year olds minor while year old line it is. Not Afraid to ask questions. Learn, faster the most dive into something. I don't know what you what are you calling you that I'm really kind of a hillbilly that Scott that's had some good fortune and. Married. Up with a great wife, I think that's my my biggest while fortunate Mary Up. To a woman that's amazing that that Washington challenge me along the way as they make decisions and I learned the surround myself in my business people that don't think like me. So I've got people that are far less than leaders. My Organization I sit enough are the left I've got A. Friend of mine that are far left that challenged my thoughts and I've got and I believe that's important. I always loved being challenged and I learned from bad experiences with. More than a bit experiences. So is that common algorithms common but I believe you lived one time and I think he got he got just. Empty everything into this one life. If. If I if I walk away from this thing in in in whatever whatever my last days are I feel I've expended everything I had into it then I'll be pretty. I might be a little depressed all debt but I know that I've I've got a lot of Romney. Great Family I think that's Starting with that. You see a great guy that you believe it. I think you could do any. Walk. especially in America Vase Be Free America. People like me and you won't be punished for being innovated to to fighting back to challenging the status quo right Yeah. I'm probably a lot of people finding out that there I'm a little more of a hillbilly than most people that are lawsuit with. With the Commerce in my life and I think that's a good thing because I I think my hillbilly comes out a lot and sometimes it works out well. Sometimes it doesn't often our day. Well two things one I would say listening to you. I, think what's also unique about you is that being underestimated is not something that you fear it's actually something that gives you energy. And then to and I don't know if there's any correlation to this but I remember the story you told about your dad making you you and your siblings shower in the river and stuff and your. Stuff was floating by you're. Like what is that and it turns out? It was cows bathing stream of you or something, and so I don't know if that experience. Helped with. This differentiation. Ended up. I never got offended by get very light actually. I I my my dad taught me and you do to make a buck Is, good as long as it's legal and it's and you're serving somebody right. But I look at a couple experience in my life and I still laugh today when I think about a few experiences. But that's one of them might we were. We were told the bathe in the creek by my Fire Hall said that. Cow We didn't know what it was with is plumps reflected by our dad my dad to bathe in grief because are always never wanted to stress the septic field. So if sixty degrees or more, we were bathing creek with a bar ivory soap that floated. So we soaked. A bottle suave shampoo that he had out there fourth and So, anyway, hot hot day after a few months to swimming in this new creek that we've moved by big big chunks. Something we're floating by my brother said, the herrings two years is thirteen times Gary. House yet. Looks like Shit. STORY AROUND HERE I. Like that and I said, well, it does look like Shit. So big right and it can't be right. So so we look at it. We're poetry poked at it and everything else week and and we say boy, it does look like hill who big pook a man that's huge can't can't be A. We kinda bought a while. So we've we've stopped up to the awesome I said to my Dad Dad. We're not. We're not at creek anymore. There's Big Shit phone down the Creek and my dad goes called. Won't be such Sicily's I. I'm sure it's not shit also anyway walks down there looks at it looks up the Greek and says that's not. A. Way. Sis, Gutsiest Peat Moss Award from the banks. Until we believed in four years later on auto group trip. Over. One hundred had a call in the creek, a mile north of our place and my dad was group behind me. I said. We told you that was shit on the creek all those years. Becomes trip because of their dumping into a creek and PM great sources. Are. Store like my dad was the total. Total Kinda Hillbilly and and you know in a good way I mean us a tough guy to grew up with but he was very loving DADS still is today right before love always but he would kick A. Nickson, the bought slapped aside head take the belt out every chance that Review Online lot of people say he was abusive I I I believe that the better people made us tougher than been otherwise until. Many experienced like. The my dad for that manuscripts opperman. Mormon kids, and as I got older and I whilst at a bar eighteen, nineteen twenty years old mental and the flights and mobile. My Dad I was like. It was like no big deal edition that started looking man what did what did really is prepared This is nothing white anyway. Remained I'll tell you one more situation I think about a lot I was actually clean out my. Garbage Resort the too much maggots. Every time I seen. Reminds me of the time that I I would dumpster dive Rahman re-inspire halse growing up. We lived in cottages. Also for mostly cottage his legs. That's that end up were you know we're fulltime houses and there's these meritas, Romney's lakes and reas Ricans party a lot in the garbage would be filled with with tin cans and some aluminum cans that about ten percent. Goes. Garbage is and I look for women, pans, deposits on bottle. OPAS. Being these garbage at ten eleven twelve years old is acting my paper. And I'll I'll never forget the day a couple of girls. The same age as me walk by I'm like cute girls right at the at the at the marine on looking girl smile alive. Hey. Look. The? It. Was Pretty Gross actually the dumpster right? But in the dumpster I, I ran into maggots and that's kind got used to it, but they're so sick maggots everywhere and so when I run across maggots reminds me a dumpster diving always. In the back of dumped. When those girls would say that or I'd have kids that say I was I was grossly things I did I was crazy for this thing. I did make money I knew my mind. I'm like it's okay someday. I'm always good at money I'm GONNA have a lot of money some day because I understand how to make money when all my friends didn't have it right in salt. At, a young age doing things to make money craigslist mind and older age where you don't have as broke and I lost everything through the Union fight and some other times in my life I've always took my wife and said, hey. Babe. Sweat? We don't have anything now we probably that I also had a seventy thousand house after Momma again honey but. While I'm. GonNa Make It in and turn it always. It's always happened I. Lost a lot of times always gained back and a lot more over the course of clears following because you know entrepreneurship is entrepreneurship, and as long as you find a product value for a customer and you can try to be great at it, you will always have a chance right and I'm still I've I've never lost the maccabee industry. We've done a lot of the things that have been good bad whatever and then the continues to resign and we continue to do while they're right. So Yeah. Yeah. I love it so from. Maggots to mogul. That's a that's an unfair. Now. It's all. It's all life is a blast when you look back at experiences when people. Ditch Diggers CEO title came from that. The fact that what your friends might laughed at me call me a ditch digger 'cause I was going to college right and and Again, we're I I always use those times I think. One thing that that people. People should think about that I I do cast even today people say you can't do something and motivates me more than ever and I always want to look back day later today later. But some sometime later years later we all say see I knew I could do that. So I love when people say I can't. Help you plan sale you know maybe a ten right but again, I think that you always remember those those naysayers in your life if and hopefully useful to motivate you kinda chip on your shoulder. So I've got all these chips on my shoulder people saying you can't you can't you can't and the latest one is you can't change Illinois right. You can't buy Illinois. Everybody all my friends are moving out right and I'm staying sandwich and fight to stay and fight most of my friends who saying you're. You're crazy. No, I'm gone right and so again, I don't know if I could be part of the team to do it but I wanna try right and so again it's twelve your life to say you know to think differently than. And use your life experiences to make the best decisions that can. Well, Gary ray-ban thank you so much for being on the show today founder and chairman of the rebound group. And host of the Stasi Oh podcast where he also sings his own theme song which I found. That's pretty incredible. So I I applaud you for for that as well. It's really been. It's been really great to hear your stories and get to know you better. Really Nice being here man I really appreciate on a lot to me. Thanks for everything. Thanks for all you do to continue educate America, what what the beauty of entrepreneurship is thank you and. Our Way let's get you onto them. Okay. Also appreciated the tour of your golf course as well. So it's been really fun to see walking around anybody the Midwest Smart Square the Best Golf Course Midwest to value call me anytime. Might Mike You. Can reach me. It's it's the best golf course in the Mid West you off law Mike. Not A lot. nope. But if you don't if people above what Great Golf Santa, my way, they will not be. They will not be outset. It's amazing offer that we've played a lot revitalize to be something special. Okay I'll do that. Thanks for listening to this episode of the how that happened podcast where we believe that success doesn't happen unless you make it happen. You. Can Subscribe to the podcast on Apple podcast Google. PODCASTS. Stitcher. You like to listen, and while you're there, please rate it and leave a comment as well. I'd love to hear your thoughts about the show ideas for future guests or whatever you'd like to share, and of course, you can always find me at Mike Mala tested dot com. See next time. 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"Hi welcome to fever dreams My name's will summer a political reporter at the daily beast and the author of an upcoming book on funen for harpercollins. And i must win sued tang but please call me swin. I'm a senior political reporter at the daily beast and co author of the book sinking in the swamp. All right here on fever dreams. We're gonna take you on plunges into sometimes hilarious and sometimes scary world of the american rights as they continue to influence our politics even in the aftermath of the trump administration the energy of these conspiracy theorists descriptors. These influencers is still pushing mainstream. Political landscape closer and closer to a breaking point. Fever drinks less means we have some news to announce in all of will summers former rain as chieftain of the fever. Dream universe and podcast network. He never once got any fan mail from alan coming or allen coming steve. That era has come to a shattering listerine conclusion with the advent of the kelly. While era kelly. Can you tell us how things have changed under your regimen. Please introduce our third co host. Esteemed actor alan cumming. No but folks remember last episode. We talked about a legal case. That involved alan coming and a chimpanzee. For whom he advocated apparently allen. Cummings team is our fever dreams listeners. And they sent us his new memoir where he talks very movingly about his friendship with the chimpanzee. So thanks gang. Thanks for listening. And i don't know which of our listeners won't be aware of this. But alan cumming truly as maya pulp in at least one of the greatest actors of the twentieth and twenty first centuries. He's king yeah. Absolutely whether it's movies or broadway. He just blows you away. Every time he was definitely the best mc in the history of cabaret and all of its different iterations. I could go on and on and on. But can you explain to us a little bit about this passage of the memoir or a little bit about the fan mail that you received. Yeah absolutely so ellen. Starred a movie i think back in ninety nine alongside a chimpanzee named tonka. He became very close friends with the chimpanzee. He writes about having this incredible bond. That chimpanzees don't typically like to share their food. They would sit there and pass a glass back and forth and drink from it together and that's after tonka grew up and went back to his facility in missouri that l. was always advocating for him. That ellen was always trying to find a way to remove him to a more sanitary more spacious sanctuary in florida and listeners. From last week might recall that the fate of tonka is currently dispute. He's trying to be moved to a floor the facility. But it's not actually clear of tongkah's alive so one of the weirdest legal disputes and battles that you and i've seen in quite some years that is of course roped in fema and allen coming because why absolutely it's a very bizarre one but tonka clearly has friends in high places. Okay i got. Check out this memoir. Now i'd no idea though so much ape content in it anyway halted after. So i guess i kind of want to get into that because it's a much friendlier much fluffier softer topic to ease into this next segment that we're about to get into which is decidedly more depressing and more soul renting of ways kelly. You've been doing reporting recently. About how the maga and floor rate stormtroopers are being sent into bust up school boards at the very least make their lives hell for indefinite periods of time. What's going on. How widespread is this. And just just how dangerous is getting because this goes far beyond the realm of cash wall right wing protest. That's right. This is so much weirder than the typical school board flare ups that you may or may not have ignored for your entire upbringing in your hometown is even weirder than the anti mass mandate stuff. That's been going on for the past. However many weeks or months at school boards across the country it's like decidedly worse than that's right because although a lot of his activism is nominally about mask mandates. It's now getting the weirdest and worst most opportunistic wannabe politicians grafting themselves. Onto these controversies. So just this weekend. A republican nominee for a county level city in pennsylvania. He spoke at anti vaccine anti mask demonstration and he had this to say about the school board that he would represent fault. I'm going in with twenty strongmen. I'm going to speak to the school board. And i'm going to give them an option they can leave or they can be removed and then after that we're going to replace them with nine parents. Were going to vote down the mask mandates that evening i mean you kind of have to laugh but that's also exciting just brown shirt tactics right there. So that kind. Fellow is steve lynch. He is running for office in northampton county pennsylvania. He doesn't have any political experience but his lincoln currently listed as the owner of keystone alternative medicine and weight loss and one of his most recent posts lincoln as him selling testosterone via a web form so many roads to elected office. So this is a guy who wants to leave these exotic kudos against school boards. Who are not allowing america's children too. I don't know like sneeze on each other enough during the pandemic right. i mean. listen if you can't trust the guy selling hormone therapy linked in. Where are you gonna really tries to their children's medical guidance. Okay so he's the operator and owner at keystone alternative medicine and weight and about a year ago. He had this social media post which you dug up here. That has his followers. Are you ready for elite human performance. Or you ready to reverse your biological age and increase energy. All you ready to drive your partner wild again in the bedroom. Where's he going with this. What are the solutions here. Well if you fill out this handy web form. And i think give them some of your blood they will send you. What looks like testosterone therapy and some form of anti aging care online. It's the mojo injection like the pink gooey mojo direction from the second austin powers movies. Always selling swin as you know. I have never seen a movie but that sounds about right so these are the would be planners of public health. But it's not really a joke because school board meetings across the country actually resigned this year quite a lot of them with some leaving pretty blistering resignation letters on their way out right right. I mean the steve lynch guy. He's too easy to laugh at. He's a doofus fascist wanna-be. he's just this dip. i mean he's a caricature brought to life but at the same time. Let's not give him too much oxygen right now because as you were just about to get into there are real consequences here and there are people whose families are being targeted by. If not him guys just like him. Is that correct. that's right. there was a former school board member in nevada. Who wrote this really heartrending letter. After he resigned this summer. He says he was docs. He received a barrage of phone calls and messages his school. Board meetings were stormed by adults. Who don't even have children in the district. And i wanna read part of his resignation letter where he talks about why he quit. He says quote is started with suicidal. Idealization i did not want to exist anymore. Felt things will be better if i just disappeared. I was feeling more depressed and anxious than ahead in my teenage years than lead to chronic panic attack so bad the on two occasions. I thought i was having actual heart attack at one point. I didn't wanna leave my house anymore. I was constantly looking over my shoulder. The anticipation alone attending another board meeting. Being the same room with folks. Who would likely be happy. If i drop dead triggered severe emotional responses for me so i mean. That's kind of a logical response. I think two months of people telling you that you're participating a chinese communist mind control plot to enslave the children. I don't think that's weird at all right. And how many other cases if you documented of these people resigning or having to prep seek out additional security for their families maybe move out the residents for a little while. How much of that is going on right now. There are a number of resignations. There was i believe it was a wisconsin school district that had three members of the same board. Just quit saying these are former educators. They didn't get in into this game for politics or for the glory of being out of school board. They wanna do their best in. They're not here to have these combative meetings. Every month i found one actually on the other side of the aisle a republican who resigned after narrowly losing an anti mask vote and he actually said something that i think would resonate with both sides and he said that. This debate is just destroying friendships. I don't feel like i can talk to folks anymore. Just the tenor of the debate has become unbearable. So people are burning out in their dropping out ryan and just be clear. This is a debate over a harmless piece of cloth or a tiny bit of p. That would go over your face in his desk. This is something that the cdc recommends pretty much all teacher union say please please please have students and teachers. Where this in school has received more child hospitalizations with delta. Like it's no joke. It's the bare minimum of people during a massive historic public health. Emergency and still ongoing crisis and it just more and more underscores me about how for so many years that we've been alive there'd be these decrepit right wing commentators who every time they saw college kid do something that they didn't like they would go on. Tv or they jump on the airways of fox business as a guest or whatever and talk about how whatever happened to the times of world war two or of decades of your when americans could ban together and do hard things. This generation would never be able to defeat nazis in war because they just need a safe space. How many times have you heard that so often heard that we've heard that time of billion times over the past god knows how many years and then went an actual historic crisis actually does befall the country which you actually might in some weird way. Compared to other major crises of past decades or centuries people are asked to do the bare minimum of things like socially distance from time to time and also. Hey could you put on a mask when you walk into your local. Rv's or kroger and these idiots who for decades lambasted college give. They didn't like for being like pussy would never stand up for america. Do anything worthwhile wants to stage a fascist coup because the school board says. Oh maybe the kids in the school teachers should. I dunno mascot for a few hours today. It's that more than anything. Proves their original bad faith point that yes actually in a way you are correct. That americans aren't able to band together to do hard things anymore. It's just that you have the roles reversed it's just nuts. I mean if you talk to any kid like the masking isn't really an issue. Like kids were lousy uniforms. I remember going on a class trip and they did you wear uniforms. When you're in school net in my school no. But i remember going on a class trip where they mandated maybe the most embarrassing dayglo t shirts. And what are you know. Everyone did it so if everyone commits to it. It's really not a big deal. But then you've got these parents at school. Board meetings are not even parents. Onlookers from the outside kicking and screaming. And it's kind of the opposite of how i would counsel a child to behave on the ever expanding topic of expanding right wing hysteria in this country. We of course have people like our favorite congressman madison cawthorn. Did you watch the video of him. Lauding the january six writers as political prisoners. Yes what did he call them. Political hostages or something. It's like a. Is that what we're going to call people who are arrested now. Because i'm going to go down to rb's and i'm going to help myself. Some fries by the handful like when they arrest me. I'm just going to call it a hostage situation like words zoom matter your because there is this huge actually fairly money to attempt to exonerate capital rioters. And here it come from someone who's building was the target of the seas is unconscionable. They know exactly what they're doing. Well he doesn't care he's just posting. He's posting in real time. This is what he got elected for. This is what is voters crave. They probably love it also political hostages. He means political prisoners. I think he might have also said political prisoners but he might have flipped back and forth. But he doesn't actually mean. Political hostages actually sounds dumb. In this current context there is a term that they use for situations like he is imagining. This is and his political prisoners. He's not even getting that right. That's correct yeah. I have seen the political prisoner term rolled out on now. They're almost trying to mean it into existence for these defendants other way. So many of them are getting actually fairly light sentences. When they're pleading guilty getting misdemeanors for trespassing that sort of thing so just to weaponize. This language is actually very very relevant for a lot of people who face arguably first amendment cases in the country people who were arrested during protests. People who are surveilled not pipeline. Protesters black lives matter protesters to roll that language. Out for people who are involved in an attack on the capital is just beyond cynical and you would never ever see it. Deployed in that way for college students who are themselves to an oil pipeline in the futile attempt that it gets shut down right and unfortunately it is becoming more and more a mainstream conservative principle right now to stick up in one form. Another four january six riders. That's obviously former president. Trump has been leading the charge on that it very much so is not just confined to people like him. A madison cawthorn. It is what it is. It's pathetic but is becoming more and more a mainstream thing but the thing that cawthorn said in that video and we can play a clip of it in just a moment that went even farther than that which is not quite as mainstream right now which is actually worse than the bullshit. We were talking about earlier is he was asked a question. We can play it right here. We have right now. This is long work together. All through this russell wisconsin's six people l. solitary confinement. We're not religious. Freedom not be capable of ask who represent the little hostages and this is something is a song investigative going on the problem of your question. So what did you hear in that exchange. Kelly because what i heard was someone asking. When are you going to bring people back to washington. Dc potentially to do something similar to what they did on january six to continue fighting for the absolute lie that donald trump actually won the twenty twenty presidential election and this congressman saying. Oh yeah we're working on it as opposed to doing what any person even in his far-right situation should do which is say we have to act peacefully and the way to win is to vote blah blah blah. There are so many efforts right now to hold renewed rallies in support of or in echoes of the january six riot that includes this coming month. Are tomorrow when this episode broadcast. It will be this month an effort to hold a d. c. rally around where the initial january six rally was in support of january six defendants. This is not some distant event that they are trying to bury move on from to save face. They're glorifying it. They're trying to revive it and to make it a recurring event. It's an installation in a series of these attacks in you can even see that in the opposite direction in the lead up to january six riot there were multiple dc protests so to speak. Stop the steel rallies. Things attended by proud boys. Things got really really rowdy. These events are sequential. They build on each other until there is something that gets them a little bit of bad publicity. They have to say oh. We don't condone exactly that. Then they go and they try and free. The people who are facing charges for the glorify them and the cycle renews again right and obviously people like madison cawthorn if they got cold on video like emerging obviously one of the first things they'd say oh we're calling for a peaceful rally or quote unquote another peaceful rally. Don't be hysterical about it. It's like fuck off dude. We what you're talking about. We know what you're glorifying and it's not someone willing to give up there seat at a counter of a diner right. They every time they call for these quote unquote peaceful rallies. They get twenty people who are like our friend that we just discussed in pennsylvania. Who's talking about bringing people to forcibly enact change in the legislature. So they know their audience. They know their audience wants to do so. Swin for the first time in twenty years. We're out of afghanistan and there are already the rumblings from the far right of wanting to jump right back in. What is trump saying about the end of the occupation while is not just. Trump is not just the far-right but again a recurring theme on this podcast. Is that what you would think could be extreme or a little bit extreme. The more and more we talk about the more and more. It's just mainstream conservative movement and republican party position. Now i want to issue all the usual caveats and this applies every time we talk about. What's going on in afghanistan the quote unquote war has been ended by president joe biden but he is explicitly said and has exercise the right to do so at least a couple of times in recent days. Joe biden has gone out. There and repeatedly said explicitly signaled that i joe biden and future presence of the united states reserve the right to attack and bombard and drone strike afghanistan. Basically whatever the hell. I feel like it whenever i want to or claim it's in america's national security interests. So it's funny to me when we talk about this pull out this withdrawal and the war ending where i mean. I don't see how you could say. With any objective metric that the us involvement and war in afghanistan has truly come to an end if the leader of the free world continues to reserve the right to attack in bomb whenever he damn well pleases. That's right any on her way out. We effectively bombed a family of ten under the guise of attack isis. So that sort is kind of still dangling there yes vedran strike you're talking about is just one. Data point of many many many data points over the years about how so much of the cost has been off shored onto in terms of of afghanistan. The afghan people afghan civilians and completely off of the united states. And we're the human cost of the war has completely off shored onto the afghan people afghans billions and to a point where the american media zooming public does not have to worry about it all that much much to their shame but anyway getting that out of the way the quote unquote war has ended the ground troops are out and the withdrawal has concluded as of august thirty first afghanstan. That's obviously not nothing. And with that removal of american ground troops there are abundant calls in recent days from prominent republicans asking. Okay when are we gonna reinvade the country again. When are we gonna take bog from. When are we gonna fled the country again with combat troops. When are we going to get the bloodstained revenge that we think we desperately deserved as americans. You have your lindsey. Graham saying this kevin mccarthy benz center marsha blackburn mitch mcconnell dan crenshaw hr mcmaster trump ally and ex new york city police. Commissioner bernie kerik said recently that trump would quote carpet bomb. The fuck out of afghanistan. Right now you have. Chronic asshole and conservative commentator toddstarnes advocating for mass murderer destruction of afghan civilian populations and wiping entire cities off the map in the south asian country. So the blood loss is going very strong in recent days especially after that horrific attack at kabul airport that left thirteen americans dead and numerous afghans killed as well but as the days have gone on since last week's attack trump himself not just his compatriots in the party but trump himself has done more and more into this idea of reinvading afghanistan at the same time while he's talking about oh i wanted to withdrawal the whole time. It's a parallel track of cognitive dissidents. That he just won't let die. Yeah i mean. Trump's statement is internally contradictory right. He's saying that if we do not get every penny of the eighty five billion that we spent on the afghan army back which is sunk cost folks. We know that when we have are just staggering military budget. That were offloading that or if we do. Funnel backs usually through Defense contractors in northern virginia. But he's saying that if we don't all of that back we should be able to quote at least bomb the hell out of it. It being afghanistan then he says nobody ever thought such stupidity as feeble brain. Withdrawal was possible. This is the same former president who was recently taking credit for the withdrawal. So that's a even within that split using biden not getting out fast enough this year. That's right yeah. So i mean even within that statement he wants it both ways he wants to be the one ending forever wars and he wants to keep that stream of blood loss and just sheer exploitation running all the way through what he hopes will be a twenty twenty four campaign right in his written statement that his team released on monday also advocates thet. The united states should go back into afghanistan to retrieve all the military equipment and get returned to the united states. Which is like i know. He probably doesn't put that much laundered statements. But how long does he think that's going to take like five days. Maybe a fortnight like just a lot of strong men in you carry the aircraft out over the mountains. The there you go you can do it with one. Maybe two seal team six is and none of them die. It'll be great. Know what he's proposing but doesn't have the intestinal fortitude to actually say he's proposing is that. Oh because i think america has been dishonoured. I wanna send in god knows how many ground troops and commandos to retrieve. I don't know every single meaningless bullet that is still hanging out there in the afghan war zone. And i guess i wouldn't mind if a bunch of them got blown up in the process right. Sending twenty year olds today to get some night-vision goggles off a taliban guy. That ship already sailed right. And what's going on now. Not just with trump but in the republican party where they cannot seem to land on the same page with regards to whether it was best for us to get out of there or we need to go back in and reinvade or may be some weird inbetween area which just doesn't make sense. It reminds me a lot of what trump did when he was running for president in twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen where he would run as the quote unquote anti iraq. War candidate and talked repeatedly about ending are endless wars. But at the same time when he would try out there on tv phone interviews or big maga rallies or whatever he would constantly drop. These policy prescriptions. That whether he knew it or not was advocating reinvading rock for things like taking the oil and securing the oil fields. And getting the imperial spoils that we deserve without. Maybe realizing that. You can't really do that without reinvading country like how do you think you're going to do that. Like sense of fedex guys over there to do it right this contradictory america first thing right where they want to be seen as isolationist prioritizing the american people but so much of that idea of empire is built up on you know imperialists fantasies on trump's idea of making america internationally respected again with you know that implicit military might so those two things can't really honestly be held in parallel. They can't do a simple withdrawal. We should've hit that country years ago and hit them really hard and then let it rot but we should have never done what we did. That was a bad bad decision but somebody's calling shots or a group and beyond way saying in public. I had some reporting at the daily beast. Just a few days ago about how in private the former president has at times been rather graphic about descriptions of what he claims he do if he were still at the heights of executive power in america right now which includes having american killers running out there back afghanistan. I don't know doing some commando ship has in his head that he's learned from god knows how many hollywood movies to eliminate dozens if not hundreds of the enemies for every single american. Who has been killed or harmed during this crisis. I feel like a lot of trump perception clean when he was president. About what the american military can or can't do is informed by what he has seen in any number of rambo sequels like. He really thinks it's easiest. Just going in there doing a bunch of bad ass shot and then getting out and everything will be fine. It's like john woo movie. I guess not realizing that if what he actually wanted to do was willed into existence he would get so many more are men and women in uniform killed not to mention how many afghans the process but having said that the reason i think this is important and not just that we're talking about the blood lusting fantasies of former president. Right now. he is someone who quite possibly maybe not but very likely is going to be running in. Twenty twenty four for president is still the leader of the republican party and the republican party in terms of their messaging on afghanistan. And what troops should or shouldn't be there are largely following donald trump's lead in here and what donald trump is doing is he's communicating where the. Gop should go now in the short term as it relates to foreign policy because he and others at the very least instinctively know that they are not going to be able to outflank. President biden on Actually ending wars. That is something that donald trump is administration tried outflanked the left on for period of time. But hey for years past. And they obviously didn't do it. In some cases they did the opposite of that so they're not going out flanked biden on that they're not going to have like the democrats on that but what he and so many others have picked or the natural. Next course for the republican. Opposition is to tell their fans that once they are back in power. They will do everything they can to satisfy your blood lust and try to reclaim your fictitious or imagined honor and at least talk a big game even if they don't mean it about all the ways that they could reinvade afghanistan. That's how much they care about the people and the women of afghanistan. It's never been about them. They just want to defend the honor of the maga and republican base. Which as we know is largely made up of boat in car dealership owners who sons and daughters no longer return their calls at christmas time. 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You can follow him at matt skirts on twitter dot com a website on which is frequently mistaken for scandal plagued congressman matt gates much to my sadistic enjoyment and pleasure congressman matt gertz. Welcome to fever. Dreams have resigned not yet. I'm glad that i can bring so much pleasure to you and everyone else on that godforsaken website. Okay but just before we get into what we actually brought you on to talk about. How much of a problem is this still. I know i make fun of you a lot for it. You've been on. Cnn's reliable sources with. Brian stelter to briefly talk about this very subject of mistaken identity. How much of it is actually an issue or an inconvenience in your life. Oh i mean it's still a pretty constant flow of tweets coming across my mentions at this point. It's become a little bit confusing for me because there are some people who are in on the joke and our tweeting at me while pretending they're tweeting at matt gaetz that includes me. Of course that includes you and sometimes those people end up fighting with other people who aren't in on the joke don't realize that the other person is in on the joke and so they're trying to correct someone who is trying to do a joke it's it's fairly baffling but yes. There is still a fairly frequent for me to get tweets that are intended for someone else and that call me a pedophile. Which is not ideal. I mean it's not want in your twitter mentions but it's my bare guess. I feel like matt. Gaetz owes you worker's comp or something and a couple of vacation days you know. He's in the early stages of this. He tried to play along with the joke and i just completely ignored him because i think that he's a fairly reprehensible person than i don't want way where did he like start. Dm new or something like no no no he was quote. Tweeting me jokingly about the situation and i just ignored him completely. I don't really want to have like a fun story about me. And the congressmen and our strange twitter hijinks We're firmly laughing at him. Not with him yes. I think that's correct what you should really start. Deeming him and emailing him about this because one day those documents could end up in court record of some sort maybe one day. I don't think so. The thing that i always thought about but decided would probably not be a good idea would be start damning. Like don jr. pretending to be the congressman and seeing how long. I could sort of play that out before he realized it. He seems pretty dumb. I think it would work. But perhaps a idea twitter is censor you by slightly changing the spelling of your last name. We need help to fix it both. Speaking of poor ideas you have been tracking this ongoing very sad. Very depraved trend of anti vaccine anti mask. Conservative radio hosts in different places across the united states and also local leaders who are also waiting anti vaccine anti mask wars of their own in different parts of the country. There's been an ongoing trend in a surge recently of a number of these guys. I'm not talking like one or two. It's becoming way more conspicuous trend than that gang hospitalized and in many cases succumbing to in dying from covert nineteen after many weeks or months of telling their audience or their fan base. That the vaccines are dangerous. And you shouldn't take them and that anybody who wants to put a mask on your your children during this pandemic is a nazi blah blah blah. All usual complete anti science horse ship and yet there continues to be this parade of just maddening. Local news stories were they or their families are talking to local media about how actually this guy ended up catching covert nineteen and he's now dying or dead. There was this one of one of many horror stories. Have come out in. Recent days was printed on august twenty eighth by the daytona beach news journal with the headline after three week cove in nineteen battle daytona beach talk. Radio hosts marc bernier dies. And what do you know. This guy was one of the ones who is going on the airwaves. Telling bunch of his listeners do not get vaccinated. Yeah i mean. I've lost track of the number of low level republicans celebrities and conservative media figures who have been hospitalized or died during the pandemic in recent weeks. The one that really struck me. I think was philvalentine. News conservative talk radio host at tennessee. He expressed skepticism about the vaccines he when he contracted the virus dole does listeners. That a doctor had gotten him of prescription for din which is an anti anti-parasite drug that's become very popular in a certain section of the right wing as a potential kovic No it doesn't appear to actually work. And once he stricken. When he was hospitalized his brother came to look. he's regretful. He wasn't a vocal advocate of vaccination for those listen. I know he were able to tell you. This would tell you. Go get backs needed. Quit worrying about the politics could worrying about all the conspiracy theories and then he died of coveted nineteen last month. There are so many stories like this. I will say it's notable that they're almost all local the national out media figures i assume they're all vaccinated quietly vaccinated. They will not come out and they will not publicly say we took the shot and you should definitely take this shot you at home. Who trusts me. Who is listening to this show. You should get vaccinated. They won't do it. It's just so disgusting. The way they have they're not good. People is what i'm saying. You'd think that in a sane world. Herman cain steph. What a year ago now would have underscored to some folks in that world that this is a serious disease. Obviously he died before a vaccine was readily available but rather than support the measures that were available time masking distancing herman cain twitter. I think turned around and continued on cova skepticism. So there's been no recompense for right wing figures blessing vaccines blasting covet measures. And now we're kind of seeing that leap the natural it's natural end here with these local folks who actually do believe what's being doled out at the top yet. I mean herman canes grid example another one is a bill montgomery who was one of the founders of turning points usa. With charlie kirk at who also died of of nineteen last july. And that has not kept charlie kirk from pushing every corona virus vaccine fantasy under the sun. There's just no recognition of anything resembling a responsibility to their own supporters to their own listeners. Yours it's really disgraceful. Prey and something. You mentioned earlier which i think underscores the depravity of this whole situation as you said on ironically that you start to lose count of the number of these guys who in recent days and weeks have started to succumb to covert nineteen after waging crusade after crusade to their listeners. About how you should not get the corona virus vaccines. Do you have even a rough tally. Your estimate of how many of these people fall into this trend. Not going back to the beginning of this pandemic but in recent weeks when vaccines have been readily available in free. I think it's about half a dozen. Or so i mean they're just so many of them and this has nothing of the fact of god knows how many people whose names we will never know who were listening to these people taking what they were saying on the air as gospel or at least the very least reinforcement of their already simmering political inclinations did not get vaccinated ended up getting sick and god forbid dying. We're not even talking about that. Human costs there is almost no way to actually calculate so the thing that i keep coming back to when i think about the pandemic is this. Conservatives have spent decade telling their supporters telling their viewers that the mainstream press cannot be trusted. Can't trust the new york times. You can't trust the daily beast you can't trust. Abc or cnn. They will all y to you. An only reitman media sources will tell you the truth. This was very effective as a political strategy was wildly lucrative as a business strategy for all of these media figures but that brings with it a very particular moral responsibility. Now your the one that these people depend on for information. They're not going to get information from the times or cnn or the daily beast or what had you. You've made sure of that so now you've gotta tell them oh there's a deadly pandemic coming. This is what you need to do to protect yourself instead. What they did was they went along with donald trump. They said it was a media hoax and a big lie and then from there. They went off bashing masks and lockdowns and the vaccines once they became available at every turn. They have done everything. They had to keep their own audience members from being safe and it's seems to have worked out fine for all of the ones who aren't themselves ending up dead. Because they are taking the road. There was a bit of hype for fox news earlier this year when it seemed like some anchors may have turned the corner and may have been. This was so stupid we yeah. Yeah so tell us about that. Little tongue bath. They got before a Appearing not to do anything. Different some journalists. Nobody on this podcast. Some of them have a very bad habit of assuming that a little under or toot of snippet that they see coming across their twitter feed indicates that a massive changes happened on a cable news network that they almost never watch. And that i think is what happened here. So you're referring to sean hannity. The fox's current longest serving prime time hosts and he act on july nineteenth did a segment in which he urged viewers to take kovin seriously and said he believes in the science of vaccination. He didn't tell us viewers. They should get back stated he didn't tell them that these vaccines that we have our safe and reliable. And we'll keep you from dying. All he said was he takes govan seriously. You believe in science of vaccination. He said that in the middle of an extensive segment about how it is wrong for colleges and universities to require their students to get vaccinated. Did it on a program. That itself is is sandwiched between two other shows. The will one of tucker carlson and one floor ingram that have been even more hostile towards the vaccines but that thirty second snippet was passed around on twitter at went viral. You had journalists and political pundits. Who really should know better. Who felt the need to give atta boys to sean hannity about this joe biden ended up saying something. Nice about sean. Hannity and fox news. Don't know if he specifically said sean hannity. He said that some people on fox had gotten religion. And this was this was well. Steve doocy was being actually a little bit more specific. But i i guess that's like lots of people saw this. They thought it would be a big change in the networks tone. It wasn't even in the context of what happened. It is the sort of thing that ended up as the lead item in political playbook playbook as the the monologue of the night and you had various. Cnn hosts praising sean hannity saying that. It's something to be applauded. It was very little and then what we saw after that was a huge backlash against him and him sort of doubling down on criticism of xy right. It barely took twenty four hours. Learn to go on his radio show which is not directly fox news affiliated to talk about how that he's actually not saying you have to get vaccinated. Yeah well and then later in the week he was doing the same thing on his fox show saying. I never told anyone to get a vaccine. The thing about these fox hosts is. They don't need as i said before they are working with an audience that has only contempt for the mainstream press. He does not in their interest to be praised by mainstream journal. So what happened to sean. Hannity was after. He was wrongly portrayed by journalists and pundits as encouraging vaccination. He started getting attacked from the right. He started getting shots from right wing hosts who were telling their viewers. Sean hannity has gone soft up us. And then he needed to furiously back pedal because he was afraid of losing control of his own audience so he ends up on his radio show on his fox. Show saying i've never told anyone to get a vaccine. And then from then on it was when sean hannity made those initial comments. He he'd really only talked about vaccines three times in the three weeks before but after getting called out by the right for being too pro vaccine he started doing much more coverage he ran up. Our count was thirty different segments. Bad vaccine's over the three weeks that followed that and in twenty seven of those segments. He directly undermined the vaccine or the effort to get people vaccinated repeatedly almost two dozen times suggesting that the vaccines unnecessarily region dangerous. He got on not just the same page. Not just the same sentence but the same word as people like fellow. Fox news compatriots. Laura ingraham tucker. Carlson brian kilmeade. We can keep running down the list. The marching order was set before it was even had to be issued. Yeah the coverage got worse because he got praised in accurately. He felt the need to prove his rightwing boniface. And the way you do that is by telling your view of convincing your viewers that it's okay. If you decide not to get shots the thing i want to underscore here after. He got this scintilla of fleeting lame stream media praise. You showed that it is not an exaggeration. You've actually document this with the numbers and with the actual breakdown analysis of the segments on fox news. Not just hannity show that after that happened. Fox's coverage of this got worse it got more irresponsible. It got more implicitly if not explicitly anti corona virus vaccine. Yeah i mean. I think this is what we've seen since late last year since fox got backlash from declaring that joe biden had won the election and donald trump went after the network and told everybody to switch to a. n. and newsmax fox's right even further right wing What fox learned from that is that they cannot let their competitors get too far to their right or they will lose viewership they will lose market share to those competitors and so once there was the hint of the notion that fox might be becoming more reasonable about vaccines they started getting hit from the right and then they had to double down on their bad coverage the felt. It was necessary to double down on their backup. It's so funny. That vaccine seem to be this one topic with its own momentum that so far ahead of even the biggest voices on the right i think donald trump recently at a rally indicated support for vaccines and got booed and it sounds similar to what hannity is experiencing here where the actual momentum is coming from places like. Oh and it's coming from weird twitter feeds and it's something that actually has these more established right wing figures chasing the crazies right leg not to let these morally bankrupt. Aristocrats off the hook entirely. That's not what we're doing here. But they wouldn't be doing this. If their audiences by the millions weren't demanding it gets a little bit more complicated than that i think. To some extent they create a demand. Right i mean they demonstrate the sort of irresponsible propagandistic coverage in their audience comes to demand it and that requires them to double down and become more and more extreme and if they don't someone else will be market will be filled by someone that and so they're really both responding to the demand and creating it in the first place. Map in your study of this topic is there any data or actual measurability you've been able to graft upon how destructive this antitax propaganda on places like fox news and fox business and other major organs of conservative media actually has been obviously this does have massive real world consequences but is there any chart or any research that you've been able to produce or have seen that reliably paints a portrait of exactly how deleterious this has been. I mean i think you see it. In the incredibly high percentage of republicans who say they do not want to be vaccinated and will not be vaccinated relative to democrats that is straight up view result of a right wing media infrastructure. That has been telling them for months that the vaccines may not be safe may not be effective and giving them permission slips not to go get two shots and potentially save their lives now. It's very easy to imagine a world in which that didn't happen. It's very easy to imagine a world. In which people like. Sean hannity tucker carlson and laura ingraham just said you know what donald trump gave us. These fantastic vaccines. He's one hundred percent responsible for them. They're great they'll keep you from dying. We should all get them that. We don't have to wear masks. The lives won't try to shutdown restaurants anymore and everything will be easy to imagine that world existing but it is not the world we live in instead. They made a decision to undermine and depose the vaccine. Rollout straight down the line and we are living with the results today congressman. Thank you so much for joining us. This is ben. Disturbing an interesting has always been a pleasure. Thank you very much since we've been discussing this episode of the third of anti vaccine right wing radio personalities within recently dying from the drug virus now seems like an appropriate time to dive into the strange saga of john hughes. Kelly remind our audience who john pure sky is and does he or does he not have cove it. I think it's still a galactic mystery at this time. Yeah our listeners. Might be familiar with john pierce. Because he's represented a constellation of right wing. Figures from rudy giuliani to kyle rittenhouse to now number of capital defendants. Mr pierce is also a pretty vocal. Anti vaccine tweeted a lot that he wouldn't take the vaccination even if The army forced him to. He's been very skeptical about coveted mandate And its dangers and all the sudden now. He is missing from these seventeen capital cases that he is bringing court. There's some ambiguity about why he is missing. One of his associates recently told the judge that pierces on a ventilator with cove it in the hospital unable to communicate but there are conflicting narratives another associate indicated that he might have had dehydration and exhaustion unrelated to kobe. There was even a suggestion that he might have been in a car accident. So wherever the sky is he's not in court and this is a problem for his clients because it's not clear who's going to represent him now. The only other very active person in his law firm which has been hemorrhaging lawyer is is someone who is not barred. He just passed law school and he might never pass the bar because he's currently facing. I think fifteen charges for allegedly defrauding an elderly woman. So it's not clear that this man can pick up these high profile capital riot cases. Do we have any idea what's going to happen to these more than a dozen january six riot defendants now that their lawyer is in this weird twilight zone episode. It's not entirely clear. You know it's possible he recovers. He bounces right back and starts representing them again. A lot of capital ride defendants also have Public defenders people who were initially appointed before by the courts before. These folks brought on a personal attorneys. So there are people who can step in. Pick up the slack. They won't be without an attorney but it's not a great situation. Is that if you're trying to fight a pretty high stakes. Legal case and lawyers gone is not a desirable outcome. Certainly or there are a lot of people. Think that this guys kind of running. A i don't know if scam is the right word. But what kind of individual lawyer takes on this many defendants in this kind of situation. A lawyer who has attached himself to a lot of high profile cases with a lot of high profile fund raising potential pierce has caught some flak for fundraising that he did for the kyle. Rittenhouse case in key had a falling out with the rittenhouse team or family because he certainly did spearhead a lot of fundraising and i think there was some ambiguity about how exactly that was making it back to kyle rittenhouse. Every once in a while people get the lawyers they deserve and just tie this up. I can't believe this has a tie in with where we started at the beginning of this episode. Kelly does john peers. Have any connection to the embattled chimp facility from the allen coming story. wouldn't you know it. John pierce is the lawyer representing the embattled chimp facility that allen coming was facing off against john pierce is representing the embattled chimpanzee owner who claims that tonka the chimpanzee is dead and that her facility may have created the chimpanzee temperature that would not cook a turkey they later revised that claim and said that it was a typo due to a petting zoo error. So that is another case bat. John pierce is taking on and may not be able to represent going forward at this exact moment a we should same john pierce yes. John peers appears bainbridge. Did maybe a quadruple to take. You know it's one of those things where it's like you've been looking at the same documents long enough that i think they start to form a singularity. It's like i'm hallucinating. No same fellow research any legal battle court case. You've been covering recently. That does not somehow involved. John pierce at this point. I would not at all be surprised. I covered that chimpanzees story. Because i wanted a break. And what would you know. It's there's no escaping really this set of folks. I'm gonna google this guy's name with every single court case. I can think of in recent history. I want to see if he was on the oj team. Google's name with every exotic animal cassette should surface. Those apparently takes those cases. Do right right. I wanna see if he was on the oj team. I want to be helped. Get the rosenbergs executed. I wanna see if he helped. Defend timothy mcveigh like this guy. Is the forrest. Gump of our current reporting beats. It's like when you learned that lynnwood represented the guy who lost the defamation case against allot mosque that just about five lawyers in this world on that now. Let's wrap up this episode of fever. 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We'll unchangeable unexplainable uncontrollable regardless of the problem where regardless of the source where the call came from the world the devil yourself or you don't know where you still need the same response every time and what is it it is to trust in the loving care of God last week. We looked the Philippians four six. Look at verse seven with it. Don't worry about anything instead. Pray about everything. Tell God your needs and don't forget to thank him for his the answers. If you do this you will experience God's wonderful piece which is far more wonderful than the human mind I can understand. That is the path to peace to trust God's loving care in situation. Today I want you to hear the story of tearing how she's learning to allow the loving care of God working her life. Would you give her a warm welcome. My name is Terry and I'd like to share with you. How God has been helping me learn to walk the path of peace when when I faced problems that don't seem to make sense in difficulties that I can't change? I grew up in a good moral home in pretty much a wonderful time growing up. I had a blast last school as a gymnast Sung leader at times. I felt like I had it all at the end of my senior year I became a Christian married Brad a football star who was headed a to USC on a full football scholarship life was good after we got married. Brad wanted kids and I didn't but four years later we discovered that I was pregnant and I was so excited. Just being pregnant made my desire not to have children change. Carol was born two months premature her she was so beautiful but when she was ten days old she went into congestive heart failure. She was taken by ambulance to Children's Hospital in San Diego where they did emergency heart surgery. This was the beginning of series of uncontrollable problems after two more weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit. They began testing her for other things. It's the night before we took her home. The neonatologist told me that cares heart defects were so severe that she wouldn't live long that she would eventually be deaf and blind signed in that a brain scan showed that atrophy would make her be in a vegetative state summarizing all this bad news he said quietly I highly we suggest you institutionalize her. That was the end of my easy life off. Peace of mind was completely wiped out getting all that information in one sitting was overwhelming. I felt it couldn't be true or that. Maybe God was doing a miracle here. I had been at the Ronald Mcdonald House during her stay when Brad had to go back home and go to work so it's all by myself when I got that news praying and crying. I thought if I had enough people praying for Keira than she'd be healed so I called all my friends ends all through the night asking for prayer I was filled with fear and friends must of thought. I was crazy waking them up. Poor Brad must've been thinking oh great. I get to pick up my baby. If you tomorrow morning and on the way home I'll have to drop my wife off at the nearest institution the next morning carroll wasn't healed. We brought home a very sick baby on heart monitors I in the months ahead. It was one difficult day after another. The burden was overwhelming. Finally I hit my breaking point. I was so tired I just wanted it out of the situation. I thought heaven was such a great place. Why can't I be there now? It took three days for me to make my master plan to take my life. I I didn't tell anyone for fear that they might start to try to talk me out of it. I figured the easiest way to be to start the car in a closed garage and just fall asleep then I thought who would take care of Keira so I decided the best thing would be if we both died. Then I thought further about Brad it would be awful for him to find his dead dead but there was no way that he would come willingly so I figured I'd have to knock him out and dragged him down with me. That was going to be a real problem because Brad was the six foot two football player and I'm four eleven with a final glitch was that I didn't have garage Brad when I told Brad of my depth of despair and my crazy plans he insisted that I see a Christian counselor. The counselor gently helped me realize that I had been relying on my own strength to make it through those dark months and that's why I was so depressed instead of trusting God in his loving care I had been fighting. God It took months but as I began to accept what could not be changed and as I leaned on Jesus for strength slowly the peace of God came back into to my life it's time past all the doctors reassured us that none of cares problems were genetic and they even encouraged us to have a sibling for her so with great hope hope we plan to have another child when our second daughter Taylor was born we were ecstatic. She was Chubby and cute but within within a couple of the days we learned that Taylor had major medical problems too. My heart sank half of her small intestines had died Mutara and she needed to emergency surgeries and just one on week. She had a colostomy alias me. Jane austen me a Sikh Costume and get gas trust me after another two weeks pass we were told they would be taking Taylor off the life support and letting her die in my arms she was dying of infection as a result with bowel surgeries. I was numb we stood over Taylor's crib in the Nicu unit with Brad's wonderful parents and the surgeon and some nurses in a chaplain and we prayed and and I fit I felt nothing knowing citing no thoughts of healing just nothing I felt empty inside but at the end of our prayer I asked that they would leave my baby on the life support for just a while longer somehow I hope that she might be all right well it took five surgeries and six months before Taylor would come home but she did come home with an IV line and a stomach tube adding all this stress for the financial pressures the hospital bills for our two girls ran into the millions. An insurance did not pay for everything so we were financially devastated. Well Taylor was in the hospital. We only had one car in Brad needed it to go back to work. I needed a ride to go to the hospital every day. Our friends were unbelievable every day. Some would call and offer their car for a day a few days or week. Then one Sunday our friends met us for branch and afterwards one of the guys handed Bradtha set of keys emotion to beautiful great car with a huge pink bow on the top. They handed us the card that read through your friends love Jesus twenty-six people contributed to give us that car God that used our friends to show his love for us and give us encouragement and still does to keep going by this time Brad night given up on the having babies concept. We were doing everything to prevent it but things happen. It was only five days after our third daughter page was born that we were having to rush her to the hospital for testing somehow I got there. My car just knew the way handed her to the technician and did the bay the paperwork with my eyes closed after the testing I walked slowly down the hall of the hospital with page my arms then I heard my name called I turn around to see the radiologist in he said my name is Dr so-and-so and I know your other two children and I just want you to know that this one is fine. What an angel that man was he? You must have known if my struggle with suicide and thought I'd drop her off the nearest bridge on the way home at Christmas time that year we they were many gifts left on our doorstep. Most given anonymously one package was for me. It was a tiny jewelry box and inside were beautiful Sapphire earrings attached with a note that read read a mother of a handicapped child wore these hearings and she wants you to have them at the bottom of the note was the Bible Bible Verse Jeremiah Twenty Nine Eleven for I know oh the plans I have for you declares the Lord plans to prosper you not to harm you to give you a future and a hope I thought to myself. I don't have a hope instead instead. I had three little ones in diapers to guests drastically tubes in one with severe mental and physical disabilities so I put the earrings back into the box because for me to accept those earrings it meant that I would have to accept the truth that Bible Promise Looking back now. I've learned from experience that whoever gave me does earings was right. God does have good plans for us even when it seems the exact opposite and I've learned the path personal peace is possible we accept what comes our way interest in God's love and care for us today pages eight years old and has never had anything more serious than Colic Uhlich. That's the worst colleague Taylor is a bright caring ten year old who shows almost no effects from her ordeal. The doctors still say do you realize is that she a miracle are care still needs special attention. She uses a wheelchair and she's nonverbal. She isn't Daf and she isn't blind and she's far from being in a vegetative state in fact she's the most patient in kind little teenager and she's almost fifteen years old and going through a big change in life. Why did God allow care and tailored to suffer so much? I don't know I wonder now if I even want or even care about getting an explanation for why things happen that's not as important to me as at once seemed what is more important is accepting what cannot be changed entrusting that God loves us and allowing God to handle the things that I can't control that is where the peace that comes from not from explanations life can still be very difficult for our family but for me pieces come from finally accepting versus like Romans eight twenty eight and they do apply to even me it states that all things together for the good for those is it love God and called according to his purpose this morning I'm wearing those hearings and I've had the opportunity to discover that God does have a plan in a future and a hope for even me has passed as pastor rip Goffin says God never wastes the hurt so during the past six years I've tried I use my experiences to help others by being part of starting saddlebags children's disabilities ministry. If you're facing the unique challenges involving a child uh with disabilities as a parent or you're in despair about an ongoing problem that seems to have no solution. There are others here to help you. You're not out alone. I have good news for you. No matter where you are going. What are you going through? You can experience God's Peace God's hope in God's love if you lonely turn it all over to Jesus Christ thank you the most people respond to the uncontrollable unexplainable double unchangeable situations of life with one of two responses and both of them are fatal mistakes some of you. When you face an uncontrollable controllable situation you just try harder you become more controlling and the more your life gets out of control so the more controlling and compulsive you become? I'm GonNa make this thing work and you make everybody around you. Miserable the more controlling you become and the more compulsive you become the more unhappy you become and you try that others of you your exact opposite extreme and that is you just want to give up. I'm not gonNA try anymore. You give into the spare you basically say I'm a victim and I will be victim the rest of my life and you swallow and wallow in a giant pity party and you give in to the spare. They're both of those responses are foolish mistakes. The don't work they don't work instead you need to take AAC the third step in the path to peace the third important decision and that is the decision to surrender surrender to God's loving control surrender to God's loving control the real reason you were in turmoil. Oh you have so much anxiety you have so much tension in your mind is because you're fighting a war with God in your mind you think you we know better now. Every day you wake up you have a decision to make who's going to be in charge of my life me or God who's going to be in control of my life. Am I going to be in control or is God GonNa be in control and because you think you know better. There are versus in the Bible. You just want to ignore those one apply to me. I'm you WANNA make up your own rules. You WanNa play your own game. You think you're God you think you know better and the more you take control yourself. The more miserable you become and the more out of control all your life becomes because it doesn't work and you are at war with the real guide when you try to play God the Bible is very clear about the results of these decisions in Romans eight six it says this if a person's thinking is controlled so by his sinful self then there's death but if his thinking is controlled by the spirit then there is life and peace those are alternatives death or life in peace. Who's going to be in charge now? I don't know why you haven't thought this through but it's obvious there's a war with God. You're going to lose. There's no way you're GonNa win that war when you're arguing with God as the old saying she says your arms are too short box with God I remember when I was a kid. Mohammed Ali was the world champion and he would go around saying I am the greatest I am the greatest and I'll never forget that tragic seen a few years back at the Olympics. When Ali was chosen goes into light the torch you remember that and he climbed up the stairs and with a palsied Parkinson's shake in his head he could barely light light barely light that torch from the shaking and his body later in an interview set Ali said God gave me that so I could remember that I'm not the greatest but he is pretty good pretty good advice pretty good attitude? Sometimes God places a limitation in our life in in order to force us to our knees to force us to depend on him to prove that he is trustworthy and sometimes God just flat out has to incapacitate pass us to show who's in control you fight with God given a loose you. You're going to lose and he loves you too much to let you win. If you want to have deep personal satisfying peace of mind and heart and soul you've got to surrender control of your life totally to God. How do you know if you've done that well? The evidence is this the evidence of surrendered. Life is always obedience when God says I do it. I don't care if I don't understand I do. I don't care if anybody else is doing it. I do it. I don't care if it's popular I do. I don't care if it's harder easy. I do it if God says to do it in his word whether it makes sense to me from a human point or not I do it because I am surrendered to his control and when I listened to his word and follow his direction what is the result of that. It is always the same piece because the next verse those who love your teachings we'll find true peace and nothing will defeat them now today. You may be in an uncontrollable circumstance stance. You may be married to an unchangeable person you may be experiencing on UN explainable problem but as Terry said the good news is you can have peace you can have the peace of God in your life breath but first you gotta make peace with God. You can't have the peace of God until I you make peace with with God. How do you do that by surrendering your entire life? In faith to Jesus Christ looked at the next Bible verse since we have been made right in God's sight by faith we have peace with God because of what Jesus Christ our Lord has has done for us now. Let me ask you a very frank question. Aren't you tired of being at war with God. Aw Don't you realize that as the single greatest source of stress in your life when you get up and say I'm going to be God today. Not God what is the result of being in control of my own life worry guilt bitterness resentment anxiety eighty fear fatigue depression despair and many of you are familiar with those emotions emotions. What are the results of having Jesus Christ be number one in my life and being fully surrendered to whatever he wants peace power strength wisdom purpose meaning eternal life aw significance joy then why don't we surrender to God every area of our lives? I'll tell you why because you're holding on to resentment with God you say me. I'm resentful of God. Yes you are let me say it in another way. So what is it that you're still angry with God about that marriage didn't work out that marriage that never happened that handicap in your life or that of a loved one that birth defect that big disappointment to to hope would happen and it didn't those plans that you planned and that didn't go the way you plan them that loved one who died before you thought it was their time because you know better than God now. What do you still resentful with God about? Do you realize when you hold onto your anger and you're saying I know better than God. You are cutting off the very source of hope healing and help that you need in your own life and you need to let it go. You need to realize that you're at war with God over that issue and that has kept you from having the peace of God in your heart. Let me say it as clear as I know how to say it there. There's not a single bad thing that has ever happened in your life that God could not have prevented. Nothing has happened happen to you all the bad. Nothing has happened that God could not have prevented if he'd want to. You said well then and why didn't he. I don't know I don't know I don't know all all the details I do know this. I do know that we live in a fallen world where you're free to make bad choices and so are others undergo. People get hurt. uh-huh I do know the God has a greater purpose for your life than the problems you're going through. I do know that God is more interested in your character character than in your comfort and he wants to build you up and I do know that if everything went great in your life you would be a spoiled Brat. What if you got everything you wanted and I do know that God knows just as much how much you can handle in your life and I do know that this is not heaven that this earth that heaven is where we get the ultimate comfort and I do know that if you think cure do a problem free life on this earth you're kidding yourself and it isn't going to happen and I do know that God has a plan for your the life and that plan involves pain because he wants you to grow and I do know that he is already determined the rewards award you will receive in heaven based on how you respond on this earth and I do know that he loves you deeply and I do know that he wants? I want you to trust him and I do know that there is only one way to peace through acceptance trust and surrender power heads. Would you pray this prayer in your heart tiered father author. You know how I have resented the problems in my life and you know how I have resisted the things that have caused me pain that I can't change and you know that I've asked You many times for an explanation but it's never come today. I want to stop fighting. Can you over things. I don't understand forgive me. I want to begin the path of personal piece so I asked you for help. Help me to change the things that I can but help me to accept the things that cannot be changed. Help me Jesus to trust in your loving care when and things don't make sense that you are a good God and that you have my best interest at heart today I want to stop. Stop the war and I make an unconditional surrender of all my life to your loving care control. Please give me your strength and wisdom and peace and purpose. I want to make peace with God by faith so that I can have the peace of God through Jesus Christ. If you just prayed accept Jesus Christ into your heart congratulations. 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Your future lies in sixty six forty sixty six books by forty authors and yet we now discover gets an integrated mesh system from outside our time domain welcome to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Coin Aena House and according to the Institute today's Bible Teachers Dr Chuck Mesler connecting the Bible to your life and the world around you in today's study Dr Misir Continues his teaching on the Gospel of John Chapter Twelve now any time that you and I as gentiles say may miss something the Pharisees come to our rescue any time that they get upset. That's a clue that's the way that we got something underlying that. We'd better understand because they're responding to something that we as gentiles thousand might not be saying some of the Pharisees from among the Moon Multi senator master re bucur disciples as a gentle as saying by watching you say what's wrong with author singing their senior Psalm Psalm book. No the Pharisees realize that singing that song under these conditions is declaring him as the Messiah Messiah and they assume that they shouldn't be blasphemy now. There's a lot in this that means that declaring him as a Messiah Eh is declaring God or wouldn't be blasphemy. If you've just some anointed prophet beal Zayas something else in the Pharisees configure G G Jesus you don't watch your disciples blaspheming rebuke them what he's saying. Thank you get the picture and I want you to notice that tact and finessed award in his response here he had some of them. I tell you that if they should hold their peace stones would immediately gray out now. If you have a mischievous twisted mind I have you sorta wish they would have shut up for a minute to see it was that just a figure of speech what would really happened and so usually when we're in Israel we end up going up to Alex great overnight for taking pictures of of the city of Jerusalem from that from that side from the inside and then what we typically do from there are we walked down that very road down to semi because at the base of down unallocated values that disseminate so other taking pictures of their usual and then we go down there a seventy usually teach what I'm showing here while we're up there on Mount of Olives but also point out to our gang. Here's your chance just to get the best bargain and Israel because what you got all these guys all these vendors always trying to sell your postcard. Whatever bothering us you go so the the best bargain and Israel as we walked down to the assembly stone somewhere and put it in your pocket cost you anything and when you get back to the United States or wherever you come back home you go to a trophy shop and have them out that rock on a piece of Mahogany with a little plaque and so forth breath and you put it in your living room on the coffee table or desk at work and so forth and when somebody says what on earth that you say that's one of the stones that didn't cry out and you have a chance they brought it up right so you can tell them all about Landry Jesus Zion annual nine all this stuff so for what it's worth so that's that's the best bargain in Israel moving by a now as Jesus comes near to the city? What does he do is get the picture that coming Bethany he's writing that donkey over the hill he's coming down through the valley to Jerusalem and as has he comes over the top of the hill city spreads outperforming? What does he do? They're all cheering. They got their palm branches and they're throwing down their coats and he's the big big to do. Was He weeps he weeps he wept over it just like Jeremiah reminded in his day and and what does Jesus described going on here. He's writing this donkey. It's the big triumph world as a triumphal entry. They're requiring him as king. He knows that four days from now they're going to be saying crucify but they don't know that yet saying if thou headstone even though at least in this i day the things which belong unto thy peace but now they are hid from nine is quite averse. This is a special day where he's holding them accountable to recognize he's now there. He also declares blindness on the part of the nation not forever. Paul tells us how long doc in Romans eleven twenty five there hit until the fullness of the gentiles become in at least in this day. That's the part I want to focus on here but that's because of that they're now he declares blindness on the part of the nation and Paul explains that during Rome's eleven so so when Jesus earlier had met with four disciples came to him privately for an inside briefing on a second coming doc recorded in most detail in Matthew Chapter Twenty four and when he response questions he points them to a passage in Daniel that will unlock all of your scatology little we're gonNA take a quick look at part of it and it's the most important passage for you to really master Mr in your Old Testament Studies. If the last four verses of Nice Chapter of Daniel it's commonly called the seventy weeks of Daniel because it deals with seventy weeks of years and so we're not going to get it all of that here relaxed but but the first of those four verses Verse Twenty Four of Chapter Nine Nine Gabriel Meets Daniel interrupt say prayer that he's into it's known as the interrupt the prayer of Your Testament and says the Daniel Seventy seven's are determined kind of on your people and upon the holy city notice on its on Israel not the church up on people and above the holy city to thirty six things to finish the transgression to make an end of sins to make reconciliation for Iniquity to bring in everlasting righteousness to seal up the vision in the prophecy and to anoint the most holy place now the question. You need to ask yourself. Has that happened yet. Me Answers obviously not some of them. You can argue in partially fulfilled at at least but clearly there's not an innocence in clearly. There's a lot of here. There's an everlasting righteousness brought him. There's clear this is in some sense consummate. At the end this embraces the whole program of God if you will in a sense okay now gable goes on to tell Daniel and in verse twenty five of Daniel Nine I'm going to assert is the most fantastic bursts in the entire Bible and able says Daniel no therefore and understand this isn't cryptic. This isn't something hidden no he's the know and understand that from the going fourth north of restoring to build Jerusalem onto the nagy the messiah the king of the Prince Shelby seven weeks and three score in two weeks at seven plus sixty to sixty eighty nine weeks of the seventy weeks sixty nine are here dealt with and then he goes on to say the street shall be built again and the wall even in troubled times and every time there's a detail in the scriptures there for a purpose and the reason that lasts versus there so you won't confuse this with the temple there are several commands in the past into revealed the temple. There's a specific command in Nehemiah two which was the authority to rebuild the city and that's what's in view here and and so this is given a Daniel when they're enslaves in slavery in Babylon and Daniel knew he was seventy years that they were captive was almost over so he goes to prayer and that prayer is interrupted by Gabriel giving the inside here now. It's a mathematical prophecy not going for that commandment unto the Messiah the Prince It will be a specific period of time. Let's take a look at this here the trigger you're here's the commandment to restore Jerusalem. The target is the Messiah the king itself those two are separated by seven seven weeks of years and we're indebted to Sir Robert Anderson who was knighted formerly head of Scotland Yard who unraveled this by noticing that the that God uses uses three hundred and sixty years he does that in Genesis and he does that in revelation. Now you get problems trying to reconcile it to the studio calendar which we deal with so you have three hundred sixty four and whatever but the point is the fundamental idiom is a three hundred sixty year if you take sixty nine of those news and three hundred of those weeks of those you end up with one hundred seventy three thousand eight hundred and eighty days say okay. That's interesting so what well the thing is. When does it start? We know this was the decree of art exerxcise launch us which was given on March fourteenth at four forty five and sit recorded in NEOM. I too and you can unravel all that if you like the question really is what's the target when did the desire. When did he come? He presented himself Elf on what we call the triumphal entry and that was on April Sixth of thirty to develop that in detail if you WANNA get into it later but the point is if you this prophecy in Daniel was part of the Old Testament which means it was translated into Greek three centuries before the ministry in in a thing called us to a giant version of the assessment tally Philadelphia's in to ABC was funded seventy Jewish scholars the best they could find in Alexandria which was the big library in those in that era to translate the Jewish scriptures into Greek because most Jews didn't speak Hebrew. They spoke spoke Greek. Is that was the commercial language. They wanted their in in their daily language so they funded that to happen. That's called the step to Jin version of the translation of the Old Testament into Greek. I think we have that around. This is in there and that was translated into Greek three centuries before this is all going on it's in black and white bear in any secular eh verify that for you but I want you understand what is here from four forty five to thirty two ideas ideas hundred seventy two thousand seven hundred forty days. If you take the March Fourteenth April sixth another twenty four days if you go through the rigors of figuring out the lear problems there's one hundred sixty days come out when you add that all up Gabriel's margin for error zero Gabriel told Daniel the exact day that Jesus would present himself as king now just as an apologetic just as something to put logic underneath our faith. Wow Aw that's staggering implication I had Robert Andrews Book had fallen and had a friend when I was a kid gave me a copy because it was a rare book and those days days you can get any good books are when we got our own little setup here. We'll have those available for those that want to get into it but but the the thing that I didn't really realize even back then is not only did Gabriel pin the day down Jesus Jesus is holding them accountable for and that's that's a surprise forty one in Lucas come near be held a city Amy Webb Dover saying if thou witch known even though at least in this day things which ended AP's but now they are hit from nine is wow this day he held accountable for this day but now they're hidden okay but not forever Paul in Romans Eleven Twenty five tells us then it'll be blinded in part until the fullness of the gentiles become in one of your most astonishing signs of the Times is that you take a couple of decades ago if you had a friend that was Jewish going to emigrating Israel was a Christian you warned him. It's friends would want him that. Only lists take a gentile. Go there Juno problem if you go. There's a believing you got problems. They'll target stayed underground not anymore one one of the most amazing things we've noticed just in the last few years is there now over three hundred fifty messianic fellowships operating openly in Israel. The blindness is beginning to lift and boy boy that is that a sign that we're moving into the okay moving on here Jesus continue for the day she'll come up on the that the enemy show cast trench about the encompass the round and keep the in and every side and they show the even the ground and children within the and they shall no not leaving the one stone upon another and Luke nineteen forty three and forty four he Jesus predicting the fall of Jerusalem thirty eight years from his saying that Roman legions bring it down and the thirty eight years later eight hundred seventy Paddison Beijing had the V ten twelfth and Fifteenth Roman Legions Lay siege to Jerusalem hundred and forty three days six hundred thousand Jews were killed historians estimate that over a million half men women and children died from the siege and the famine and the disease is it followed now the question ask you this. Why was Jerusalem destroyed in seventy a milestone Tunis Muniz Day in a Jewish wedding they take the goblets glasses and they crush them? Let's say token honor of the fall of Jerusalem and it served served to this day in a Jewish wedding to commemorate it should be the happiest day of the couple's life on the one hand but they take a moment to acknowledge This tragedy why did was Jerus- juice finally just the city no more temple the Torah requires that without how shedding your blood there's no remission of sentence. There's no place to what do they do with them as an another story why was UC and here's the answer Jesus said they would not leave Steve One stolen on another why because the newest not a time of visitation the impact impacted verse forty four in Luke Nineteen shattering then they were held accountable to know the prophecy of Gabriel Dan Lewis not the term heavy stuff here and so McConnell and John Good picking up from John now these things understood not as disciples of the first but when Jesus was glorified after he's resurrected men remembered they've it these things were written of him and they had done these things unto him so this is a recollection that John and the rest of the you guys put together after the benefit of the resurrection erased the Dunkin Zachariah nine he routed asked now but a white horse later editor in revelation nineteen so you wanted to distinguish those to the people therefore that was with him when he called loves his grave and raise him from the dead bear record for this caused the people also met him for that they had heard that he had done this miracle no surprise that couldn't be tonight the Pharisees therefore set among themselves perceive he how you've prevail nothing behold the world is going after him really yeah look at the next verse even the gentiles there were certain Greeks among them that came to worship at the feast same came therefore to Philip which was of the Galilee and desired him saying Sir we would see Jesus have very vivid memories in Los Angeles. There's a giant search downtown that was a very famous pulpit for. Ha ironside and has a proud history and I was down there once not to speak just visiting empty but I couldn't resist because history to up into this massive pulpit overlooking that's incredible church and as you go up the stairs and you come up into the pulpit the thing you see the plaque sir we would see Jesus versus there so if you're a guest speakers remind you what they want to hear about is Jesus not whatever and I've never forgotten that sort of a reminder to anybody that visitor but anyway enough of that so it's interesting that the gentiles are showing some interest here so they go to Philip which has agreed name and he descends Andrew which has a great name and why does John mentioned the gentiles at this point because they had rejected Jesus by now and really happens in Matthew Chapter twelve was another milestone but because the king has now been rejected. It's open to the gentiles. That's what John is subtly beginning getting to dedicate here and Sir we would see Jesus Philip Andrew because there again he also had a great name and again Andrew Andrew and Philip Jesus and Jesus and I'm saying the ours come that the son of man should be glorified and so so it moves on its entry when everybody's everybody always interesting when you see a study Andrew a little bit you never see Andrew where he's not introducing somebody a Christ he's so he's really the injured list and also also in so there are moving on the cross must come before the gentiles can have access to Christ. That's that's what John is really acknowledging here. The gentiles recognized him as king at both his birth. You may recall those are gentile visitors versions and into another story and virtually his birth his death and in fact you. CBS records interesting thing that the king of yes in Syria saw the obstinacy of Jews rejected Jesus he sent an embassy to Jesus to invite him to come to his home promising a royal welcome now. How did it happen to know what's in the letters anyway? Whatever moving on Jesus speaking out very very I sandy you accept a corn wheat fall into the ground and die it a bite alone but if a diet bring a fourth much fruit he that loveth his life shall lose it but he had heinous his life in this world shall keep it unto Life Eternal well? If any man served me let them follow me and where I am there shall also my serve me if any man served me him we'll my father under now is my soul troubled and what should I say father saved me from this hour but for this cause is came onto this our father glorify I name then came their voice from heaven saying I have both glorified it and we'll do it again wow this familiar passages in John. Maybe so familiar. We don't don't lose their impact as he's praying. There's a voice from heaven. That doesn't happen very often. It happened three times that we know of in Human History Eh. She's the saddest strategy of human history. The Cross was the purpose of this coming. It was also the greatest rookie well history. The purpose of our history was gathering his children the tragedy vol history but you would not triumph all histories busted you that comes in the name of the Lord these three are summarized summarized in Matthew Twenty three the chapter purpose tragedy and triumph of all history is all embodied in these events that were reading about right here now the voice from heaven that we heard this is the third time that God spoke broke the silence of having at least as recorded in scripture the I was at the beginning of Jesus Ministry that is baptism that was recorded mark after one the beginning of his last trip to Jerusalem and that was at the at the transfiguration in mark nine nine seven and at the beginning of the final week at the temple here. If you will sell okay three and listeners here I was natural phenomenon the other ones impersonal an angel apparently and the voice of his father here a proper relationship but let's move you want the people therefore that stood by heard it and said that if thundered angel speak to him Jesus Antunes Soon said the voice came not because of me but for your sakes now is the judgment of this world now shell the Prince of this world be cast out and if I I I if I be lifted up from the Earth will draw all men unto me this he said signifying what death he should die we cover distance some depth John Three the whole idea of the cross and all that was was emblazoned back in numbers twenty. One among other places world is cast out that this is the beginning of the end of Satan's dominion and the the beginning the triumph over the hearts of men and begin to whole study here career for Satan but let's move on here the people answered him and said we have heard out of the law that Christ by forever and how the son of man must be lifted up. Who is this son of man? There's some understandable confusion here because they know the Messiah was going to abide forever they didn't they didn't they had the the Jewish traditions. There's two messiahs Hi as one that's going. That's the suffering servant and one that's the reigning king the machine ben-yosef machine and they have a to messiah concept that they embrace and the most venerated ultra-orthodox when he died left a note to be open one year after his death that was made the big news back can two thousand six that the tumors is our one. His name is Yoshua and that really caused a stir turn Israel but anyway this understand but question the son of man must be lifted up at the meeting and so they're puzzled by this and that's understandable in my mind then g senator them yet a little while the light with you walk while you have the line. Let's darkness come upon you for he didn't walk in the darkness no of not whether he goes well I believe in the light that you may be children of these things baked Jesus and departed and hide himself from them so these are is times the election disappear but I wanNA pause here another personal anecdote if I may I got very interested in the Bible as a kid I started collecting I just got fascinated with it started collecting commentaries and so forth and matured matured in my studies and later teens and as I collected these commentaries I discovered that most of your sophisticated exposition positional commentaries will tell you that there really is to Isaiah's not one is eight and I never bought that doc and yet it really took the edge off my studies. I didn't reject what I learned but I lost my enthusiasm because I ran into the DUTERTE. The documentary positive moment Moses didn't really write the Torah was j five nonsense that they promote their we'll talk about Isiah here though and I want to show you what was for me in my life life one of the most precious lessons that came out of scripture impacting my life to Isaiah says the concept see in in spite of the lack of concrete evidence on any part at any part of existed without the other part is far back to one hundred two hundred SPEC- Yes the side that the dog of most scholarship today is that two or more individuals authorization. If you go to seminary if you pick up almost any commentary not I won't say most of them awful lot melt sell you what they'll teach you what they call the Doodo Isaiah theory that there really Tu Isaiah's one that wrote it up to chapter thirty nine and the other wrote from forty to the end two parts to it. 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I'm always honored to be invited to speak and it's not not an easy thing to decide on what talk on when you come to the chapel here I know you recently heard from Charles Stanley that correct Charles Stanley was here crate never forget the lady who finished the the day at our Church we had our worship service and she came down with one of Dr Stanley's books and she said I want to thank you Stanley for that message. He's Today. She said I'm very grateful and I wonder if you'd sign your book. I'll be glad to so I signed it head to remember Charles non on Andy Stanley wrote Charleston Lee and she said Oh thank you I'll treasure this estimate. She walked out just so grateful that she had been there to hear dear Dr Charles Stanley's who cares you know well. The way we short off today was perfect for what I wanNA talk on because I want to talk brought to you about sustaining the spirit of a heart of gratitude. That's what's on my mind today and I believe in it wholeheartedly in fact I think an attitude of gratitude is one of the most contagious of all attitude food we can sustain and being around a person who is a grateful and frequently uses those two marvelous Louis words thank you often is just a therapy they make us smile they lift our spirits. They really do change our environment within and around around us the impact others can be as simple as the little five year old boy who was telling his mother that he was thankful that he wears glasses and she wanted to know. Why are you thankful for that and his answer was quick and simple? He said it keeps the boys from hitting me and keeps the girls from kissing me so glasses work. All of that's going to change but he before too long so you're in for a surprise I remember the words of the man who wrote he who forgets gets the language of gratitude can never be on speaking terms with happiness even and more profound to the words of dietrich bond offer who wrote an ordinary life. We hardly realized that we it's a great deal more than we give and it is only with gratitude that life becomes becomes rich love that line so only with gratitude live becomes rich. It is very easy to overestimate estimate the importance of our own achievements in comparison to what we owe others I have to add along with that. The flip side of the same coin and that is that there is nothing more offensive or oppressive then an attitude of ingratitude which is a characteristic of our age that shouldn't surprise us Paul writes in Romans one just as much as in the last piece that he wrote when he wrote Timothy Roman one Romans one he writes of the of the magnificence of God's artwork in the natural realm. We call late here at the seminary general revelation and in spite of God writing his glory across the sky is which mankind is able to read every day of our lives still he remains ungrateful. I'm grateful still there's an attitude of ingratitude when I look at polls words in Second Timothy Three and I read of the savage days in which we live and that's the way one of my mentors used to handle the word difficult in in verse one of Second Timothy Three in the last days difficult or savage times will come and then he begins from there through verse eight to Describe The Times in which we live when men and women will be lovers of money and boastful arrogant and revile lurs and disobedient to parents in the middle of all of it he he mentions ungrateful along with unholy along with unforgiving forgiving on grateful spirit of Thanksgiving needs to remain and I hope he is remaining. I hope you today have not relegated that spirit of gratitude to a holiday and left it there and failed to bring it into today and tomorrow next week the week of finals the week beyond finals next semester into your ministry as I'll tell you if a spirit of ingratitude grips you strong enough and long enough you'll change and your ministry will change and it won't take a really insightful person to know that you're difficult to be around because ungrateful People Repel UH others now. Why are we so ungrateful why are times marked by such ingratitude as Paul mentioned mentioned in Romans and in Second Timothy and so many other places at the risk of being simplistic in my analysis are I think a major reason is pride proud? People don't safe thank you. They don't think thank you pride is of course filled with self and when that is true we hold back our thank you into others because we're self important. I'll tell you who will say thank you and do so frequently humble. People broken in people crushed contrite. People are quick to say thank you thank you. Thank you for the little things thank you for. The unexpected things Paul writes to his friends in Thessalonica America. I'm turning there for the rest of my time with you. I this alone chapter five toward toward the end of that letter there's sort of a Staccato set of statements Putnam album pom Pom Pom pom of their brief and he punches out when I was taking oboe in high school and Mr Volan read the chair I share of Oboe in the Houston symphony would come the made house calls in those days and he was it's my teacher I love Mr Villani and as I would play duets with him out sometime couldn't continue he was so good and I was so bad that it just didn't it hardly blended but we did a couple of do at work beautifully and I on occasion would stop and I would just look at him and puts it how do you how do you do it. How can you play so well all the time of course he made his own reads? Zinni been playing since he was just a little boy and from another country had come over in of all things had worked his way into the symphony and when we get to those places that were Sakaba he would say to me punch it out punch it out. Put Your tongue on that read at punch out if those news that's what Paul does at the end of this letter he punches out the statements including the shortest first verse in the entire Greek New Testament it isn't Jesus wept. We'll get to it in a moment but he begins at verse twelve by reminding us to be grateful for a in this case our context body of people who report themselves into your lives and that would be the Faculty of this school so let's have them in mind as I punch the child this twelve verse with you we request of you brothers and sisters that you appreciate those who diligently the Labor among you and have charged over you in the Lord and give you instruction appreciate them he goes on and that you esteemed them very highly in love because of their work isn't that great don't let this semester pass without pausing with each one one of your profs for at least a few seconds to look him in the eye or with your own hand not ought not an email. It's a cheap way to write a thank you do it by hand you who still have some kind of penmanship left all of us starting to write like physicians it looks these days but if you've still cultivating your penmanship right at in your own hand and say say it in a fresh creative way specifically naming what particular thing stands out in that particular teacher feature that has much to you express your appreciate I am still thinking my props and most of them aren't lift but those who are it is not uncommon when I see them to thank them again and for teaching me what they taught me which was more than an ability to handle the biblical text it was it was a touch I kind of like the difference between a piano player in a pianist is touch great profs help you with touch in lives in touch with the text and does who work with you in in the skill of communicating they they help you do that better and I. I'm honest to this day day. When I preach I think I learned technique from that particular person I think he's gone now but I think thank you Lord for the Privilege College of rubbing up next to him sitting in his home and a class of eight individuals as he poured into us some techniques on communication about still use steam him very highly in love and some time to reprove and thank them for that fateful or the wounds of a friend the deceitful or the the kisses of an enemy proverbs twenty seven six? I've always loved the story of my Hummel EXP- Raf told us that he had a young man that was convinced convinced at the gift of a preachy and he didn't he just couldn't preach as well to paper bag and he just was convinced he should preach in his mother was convinced he should preach and his grandmother was convinced he should preach and prompt did his best endure and finally by the third year which was a particular year when we came to terms with some of these things it he told a young man look just don't have the gift of preaching reaching that takes guts to say that too young young man. Oh yes I do. He's well okay the Prophet then let me put it this way. Nobody has the gift of listening to you that work aw and as I recall he didn't go into a preaching ministry to a successful ministry not going to tell you what it is because your lap but but thankfully didn't didn't go into the pulpit and shouldn't have not everybody ought to be an appropriate to carry out their ministry. We've a profit to thanks for telling him. That's the tough part of your job. Keep telling him he's telling the truth so that we hear it and and we thank you for it and so let's just make concentric circles go a little broader and let's include now. Our family members look at the end of verse thirteen live in peace with each other. We urge urge you. Here's another one of those little staccato moments where we urge you. Admonish the unruly. You have to do that sometime. In a family encourage the faint hearted help the weak be patient with everyone the patient with everyone and and then the circle broadens with friends and with others in life see that no one repays another with evil for evil Oh but always seek after that which is good for one another and for all people and then begins a real brief statements rejoice always there's the short vers shortest and all the Bible but what a what a grand command and I want to be around people like that I want to be around those that are finding joy in life in spite circumstances and here's another one pray without ceasing the idea of a hacking cough pray in that kind of consistency pray continually constantly prey on your heart right prayer and your lips prayer for specific individuals specific needs and here we are in everything Give thanks for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. This has referenced every circumstance every circumstance. There's not one that that doesn't include in your circumstances today. Eh Be thankful grateful. I wrote a piece for our board of directors. There's insight for living and I want to read to you. I don't usually do this but I want to do it. Today has everything to do with being a thankful person and I'LL L. Try to keep it interesting though I'm reading what I'm sharing with you. I'll never forget the day even though I was only ten years old it was a Wednesday it was the day before Thanksgiving our sending ramrod-straight next to my desk ask in self-made elementary school hand over my heart is we were together as students pledging pledging allegiance to the flag of the United States of America which we did every morning hanging by the flag eggnog was draped before us in the class was large framed picture of our president who was gripped with polio when he was is younger but he had big smiling face and it was familiar to all of us because he's a very popular president and I had to remind myself that he had had polio because it was never emphasized never referred to it their he stood smiling at the class as we pledged allegiance following our pledge our our teacher as she had always done post to pray so she bowed in prayer and we we bowed out with her and I noticed it wasn't very long before her voice broke. I've never heard our our teacher cry and before long she just couldn't continue and she just had heaves of sobbing and my heart went out to her whatever it was. I didn't know what it was to later. She was in deep grief. We were of course in a double war on each side of our country. It was a pretty bleak time and she lost her husband on the shores of Normandy is one thousand nine hundred forty four and she was going on without him and and this was their first Thanksgiving her first Thanksgiving without him and her heart was breaking this brave woman woman refused to allow her grief to eclipse the significance of giving thanks so sheep jeep finally was able to get hold of her emotions and she returned to thanking God for a number of things. I was lost in sympathy for her in a little boys pity for his teacher when I was walking home that Crisp November afternoon in east Houston and that was the day I really fell in love with Thanksgiving loved it ever since my all time favorite holiday and I'll tell you why momentarily stopped on the way home and I thank God for my teacher for our school for my friends for my church for my family for my country I remember as a little boy swearing before the Lord that if I ever was able to do so I would defend our country and I understand fully all that met but I remember thirteen years later when I had the privilege having earned the right to wear dress blues wearing the uniform of the Marine Corps and standing and pledging allegiance to the flag and more often for not saluting it as it was raised and lowered each morning and evening on the island of Okinawa. I was eight thousand miles away from all mm-hmm interesting. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by on on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's service killing newscast for Monday's September the nine twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford a GOP lawmakers critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban also on Monday rundown health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN. A Republican can member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday a sale president trump's now castle plan to host Taliban leaders can't David for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of Florida's and as we head into the anniversary of nine eleven I do not ever ever want to see these terrorists step foot on US soil period. Those comments from waltz came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David it for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled the meeting after the Taliban took credit for the attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging people not to use them Eric ticket off has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to a mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend folks. Stay away from these devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana. Although the state is looking into potential incidences Dr Greg Holtzman is State Medical Officer there for the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. We have something that serious consequences and we don't know what exactly going on protect yourself and stay away. I need products at this time until we have a better understanding and hopefully it'll be a good time to stop using the product completely the CDC says it's still unclear which vaping agents are responsible responsible for the severe respiratory illness then it's cropped up there is a new text messaging resorts for young people to want to stop vaping at the Montana. It is called my life Mike quit the discovery of chemicals linked to cancer hypertension and other health problems in groundwater has scientists and some Wisconsin residents calling for more testing testing dill formulas explains p Fos often referred to as forever chemicals have been found in the groundwater near the TYCO fire products plant so far this year scientists have tested one hundred thirty private wells in northeastern Wisconsin they found elevated fuss levels in eleven and detected the chemicals in twenty-six Others Jeff Lamont. Uh Retired hydrologist says the compounds have been found in his well. He says they break down slowly in the environment. Stay in your body for the rest of your life and have been linked to serious medical problems problems testicular cancer high cholesterol pregnancy problems in women hypertension tyco has proposed expanding the city of marinates water system to to include more homes at now use well water. This is p. Ns Virginia's just two months away from electing a new general assembly and this this week Aarp Virginia's launch a voter engagement program help candidates and people aged fifty and older focus on key issues during the election today begins the programs programs I event a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia since her group is urging candidates candidates to reconsider a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty one thousand nine hundred General Assembly this would advocate for up to a two thousand dollar income tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able to claim that tax credit had it for fifty percents of their out of pocket expenses up to that thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million Virginians provide unpaid daily living care for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket on Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon belt initiative. I should've was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Oregon Adele. CEO says his group has submitted a measure for approval that would limit the number of self checkout machines and stores to to not only. We need to pass this ballot measure to get on top of automation. We we need to establish in this states a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss and quality of life or going towards the Northwest Groceries Association says that measure is misguided and customers increasingly prefer self-checkout finally a simple conversation could save a life. That's just one of the messages mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during National Suicide Prevention Week which runs through Saturday eh suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand eight in two thousand seventeen an Austin Lucas with the House Suicide Prevention Foundation explains that social stigma still prevents people from seeking help. That's why he says crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly or are you thinking about killing yourself everything about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially if they are really close to this person because they're anxious that this person might say yes however having Matt Conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes lucas. The next step is to stay with them and help connect them to resources that can help anyone in crisis. Isis is encouraged to text four H. O. P. E. Two seven four one seven four one Mary Sherman reporting this story was produced in association with meeting the Public Interest and funded in part by George Gone Foundation Mike Clifford thanks for starting your week with Public News Service we are member enlisted supported and and raw line at public do service DOT. Org Resting to see him move up through the ranks. Move It on up considering you think it's moving up to be Supreme Court justice now we have a lot of things to talk about with that and the future of and they have another Supreme Court Justice County attorney just got added and Mark Victor Premium Summit partners acquaintance with him and Bill Montgomery County Attorney Attorneys last cream summit forum came in on Drug War and all this other stop. It's been a long time trying to get him I don't know conditioned trained whatever but now he's going to be Supreme Court justice well. Does he go good side or does he go. Hey Man I got the robe OBE. It could go either way. We'll find out and we'll keep you informed because we've got some cases coming up so we'll be talking about that in the second hour we we had a gentleman lockwood that was speaking at the Vaccine Education some twenty eighth but he has a rescheduled for next week. Well he wants to do. Is Young guys hassle early. I think we'll see but we'll get him on here. Directly now. We're GONNA be talking about Arkadelphia. ARKADELPHIA is an energised gathering with a lot of speakers and I'm looking at a speaking list and I'm like bloom Max Egan. Maybe bringing the boy in from Australia yet. Mark Paseo Awesome Max Egan Egan Jeff per week Derrick Bros.. Man Aaron nocco Moto from a NARC VEGAS Kerry wiler Lynn Albrecht Sterling Luhan at the end did about some of the other names. I know here holy crap. Dan Dick's lucrative Hausky. You know only thing I don't see here's Ernie Hancock. What the hell well? I tell you what you know we you have several of you scheduled on here whom I talked to his Pat Sunny Carmen Carmen what's up artist so as Morton in one so I just saw one up there before I went to the different screen. So who do I have on introduce yourself. What's up? It's Carmen. I'm one of the three founders of an Arkadelphia Elvia how're you doing and it's just co founder of Arkadelphia Okay and we don't have sunny sunny is not here okay so I just trying to know who I'm talking to got. Pat and Carmen are so that's how we cope cocoa cocoa now north check it out. Let you read that speaker this as we have one more surprise speaker. That's actually bigger than all those guys that we haven't announced because you just got him. He's giving a keynote speech so that's on the burner to really ellie well. I got yeah we got Josh segers on there. We got Is there any other that I recognize. Am It's just so one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirty four or visit to a couple of dozen. How you GonNa have time we have three days? That's why we booked for three days and then everybody would have enough time to give their speech. Well very cool well. I'm glad you got Max. We have ahead Max on the show every now and then and and Benny Wills you know joy camp yet they am. I going to be a part. Hey all right. Tell me all about it really excited because it's kicking off tomorrow in South Philadelphia for the first three hours. It's just going to be fun. It's just GONNA be outdoor carnival and checking like great show but that around noon we get into it with Aaron and then everybody else will be speaking throughout from Friday Friday all the way to the end of Sunday going to have parties each night Friday night we have to show in house Saturday night we have a DJ spin and a couple of deejays place. Crazy like house is music for all the crazy millennials out there and then at the end of the day on Fiamma wrap up. We're taking everybody over to the Skate Park down the street St Death at margin pro ski competition in the East Coast and a concert just for everyone to get the true anarchist five of the East Coast Way Way Way Way way wait. Where's the skate park or something yeah stain escape works in the world? It's called. FDR ABACUS COMMUN- that somebody built under highway and since it doesn't fall under like anybody's like particular jurisdiction because it's technically state property the whole government just looks the other way this thing has been in existence since the eighties right up until after this weekend events like this there for a while and it's pretty much understood by everybody then it's all good so we're very excited to let you guys kill me. We're said enter kissed. Libertarian volunteer is leave me alone is successful real concert skate park experience. You know we just need to have a shiny badge. Come by with a clipboard and explain it to so I now if that happens. I'm just going to call the wind here. I'm just telling you man the man and eighty eight hundred. It'd be good okay so that sounds like a lot refund now. When do you start see I'm looking at this? It's go Saturday. You start at Nine A. M. Roy okay then you go in to the next day and your party and get night of Oh my God and apart and it starts at two okay at least you go to ten would be the first day Friday starts at noon and and then Saturday's the second day and then Sunday's third yeah. I'd want them thinking all this because I do these summits and everything we got one coming up to twenty eight. We do this all the time and I'm telling Oh on Ya you might get one real good night party out of it but you start doing three days each night partying name making it in the morning also so opening the parties up to the public we have the Friday and Saturday night or ticketed events like the public can also join in Arkadelphia guest getting free and then Sunday free for everybody to attend the actual skate competition has its own filing so we're actually missing a lot of anarchists with a lot of local people which is kind of the idea we want is more than this little echo chamber. Well very cool. Okay now speakers get and we take a look see how long their speeches are seen how you have five hundred billion of them okay. Let's see you get when we got to it yet here. We go all right so it's about forty five minutes yeah pretty much thirty minutes to some of our half hour okay so abundant average. Here's forty forty five minutes. Have Yeah okay all right all right well. This is a lot of people I kinda from the people there I can kind of get an idea of what the people would experience now. We have a bunch of stuff coming. We mailed some stuff Monday. I think at the end is going to distribute some of our pirates stuff that we put sent their Air Denver. Andreas had a bitcoin thing that Davi went to and we made a bunch of package for him and had some extra a plan for you guys and then sent that at the end he's going to go ahead and just kind of put them out. You guys don't mind yes and also I wanted to play. You know that sunny joined the party. He just hopped in the chats here now Donnie yen okay we'll go ahead and do this start with Pat Sunny Sunny Carmen. Go ahead and just introduce yourselves by we can't because it's the music going to start yeah. I knew I was going okay. So what we're we're GONNA. Do we come back. We'll get these guys introduced individually and their motivations for doing this because you had Norma Poco Yeah Narc Vegas he had an Orcas Zona. You've got an Arkadelphia now damn anarchist taking over everywhere. What kind of anarchist what are they going to be telling you who are the? Why did they do it? Why Philadelphia Elvia that need it? You know I'm going you know might we'll be right back the overall picture in the real estate market today one of frustration when you take many factors into consideration in the housing market pundits would have you believe that everything is okay but the long-term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise you are starting to see another wave of commercial and retail centre enter vacancies which follows a downturn in the residential market so when you're ready to sell your house I can help this is Donna Hancock was silver lions realty in Phoenix Arizona and I can take some of the guesswork out of the home selling process providing with market trends in your area and detailing what you can expect before during and after the transaction being in the real estate business snus for almost twenty years now has afforded me knowledge of the market networking with industry specialists along the way and that includes professionals that can help after the sale to help protect your assets so let's get moving today. 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This was a serious allegation at roles also break denies it was never prosecuted or rolled on by a jury but was trumpeted by the federal government and the media as if it were proven fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost I five years poisoning Ross's case leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the Supreme Court the fact that the judge used these allegations to give her a draconian sentence sentence of life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions decided by a jury not unproven allegations never ever even charged at trial although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set rolls free now a presidential. Pardon is Ross. His only hope of freedom signed the petition Russian at Free Ross Dot Org Free Ross dot org live video of our keene New Hampshire based shows a streamed on d. live at least follow and share a D- live dot L. in Dot FM. That's D. Live L. DOT FM here back roads. It's the Ernest handcock show where we're going their arms in Rome. Okay you guys have been doing some work on. This has been fun a pain in the butt. What's the venue where you at your or enter another freeway underpass storm drain or something to walk through video yesterday you go to the state of Youtube Channel? You can just search end Arkadelphia walk through your getting nice two and a half or minute Arkadelphia walk through Don on Youtube and then put the video you in the first hour archives people can see it and so I can see it and so we can put it up so we don't talk about stuff. I can't see man that'll show you the Benue. That'll show you the whole area in the in the AH. What is the venue then use an awesome catering hall called hold on a second guys? I'm sorry what you know walk through from last night yeah she already has some stuff in there. So I apologize Goin- wouldn't tell us about it. Yes so it's a beautiful venue called gatos. Catering are actually good family friends the Law Philadelphia small business that has grown into quite a large business over you you know decades and we decided to go with them because we knew they wouldn't give us any crap about being artist. Political viewpoints are more concerned with keeping the family and then and just take care that neighborhood and people in the building like how's it structured. How are you gonNa be beanbag chairs and you know what Oh catering hall? We have like giant marble tables that are gonNA hose. Most of the speakers like setups. There's a there's a giant stage a bunch of chairs set up then you can actually me broken in half at in real time so when we offer workshops in other parts to make wax people doing different things for the main portion of the Congress impressed you walk in and beautiful vestibule take a ride through by area and then you emerges the one big room that is like the entire length of the entire building psycho cheers me guys. What are you guys typing and it's coming over the voice of everybody? If you're going to be typing banging on that thing turn on your mute okay I could care basically it's a beautiful ballroom area with a stage we're buying our own sound system and everything and the speakers as they walk in. They'll be go to the left and they have personal are all that kind of stuff and yeah we'll be doing the workshops to dinners and too late night concerts there because you know we can turn the lights who's helping you this as it used three buster Nassar you gotTa Whole Community Down there you part of the energised underground of doing all the and Ah good artwork you've got you know you know some of the guys so that they're all showing up. I mean I had you do tell me everything. Kinda just started with US three. We we made a lot of our connections at an Arca Poco we we we had our you know a little setup there are we he ended up becoming very close with a lot of the speakers threes why we have so many speakers you can became very close friends with them at the listener cocoa and we just get pretty much busted our behinds for the last six months and figured it out on the fly because neither one of none of us have ever done anything like this before so we didn't know what we didn't know until we started. I started trying it. You know what I mean. Yeah you bring Mac Egan from Australia. That wasn't free. I mean you know the ticket sales or did you have sponsors or independently independently wealthy. I mean what we like the majority of our ticket sales off of tickets and support for the most part we could use a little extra sponsorship tickets Kennedy tickets sales just ticket sales just facebook in it or your local you. You got your own page marketing. We're using all platforms. Get our hands on the reaction. We have our own personal youtube account and all that stuff but we also do. We also try to just get on reaches demographics with totally different something totally benefit. You know what you're saying. You're going to benefit benefit what kind of total benefit you are going to get after experience for you guys but once you network with the people that are gonNA show up this conference like we did opportunities that you can imagine imagine I mean this was an opportunity for us until we went to something akin to this in Mexico. You know what I mean on on your show. We didn't meet you at Arkham Vegas and have fun and that Free Ross after party. You know what I mean so people can really network and achieve their dreams if they put themselves around people who have similar ambitions I'm brother. You know the thing that I'm I'm looking at you got a template that you know everybody's just Kinda. Doing it's been successful because people are just supportive but I'm wondering you think this'll expand of other cities say hey hey man we want to do a NARC Burger. Something we hope so I would love for this to turn into a world world tour and America's world tour that we all just literally drop in tons of different communities and just plant these seeds all over the world and had those communities like foster and grow them until Oh you follow him around like like deadheads naming don't laugh. That's all this stuff starts. Okay so I'm I'm sorry we claim to sort of expand. Our reach different communities like the dead had in the electric traffic seen in skateboard scene. They got some plans to sprint expect okay. Somebody tell me the skateboard thing because it I've known Scott Horton was back in the day he he was a big border. You have a lot of the it's kind of its own culture. Tim Pool skateboarder. I mean all these guys you know the skateboard culture mindset or ED. Tell me what that is why it is that a thing what we the reason why we even associated ourselves with this particular group of skateboarders offers is because of the fact that they have their own little community themselves onto under an overpass. Essentially you know just occupied this federal wins under I ninety five and over the last fifteen years or so just built what is probably one of the most premier state state parks in the East Coast and they built it from scratch. I mean the pool the resources they they work on it themselves in this thing is really expanded handed. It became a a a a hub for this. You know a subculture that's completely out of the mainstream completely out of the you know the the status system so we really felt attention with them and Carmen as a skater himself or he had some INS with with the local community and we he thought to be a great place to to close at our conference. It's kind of we wanted to bring the local community. Get community involved in and this is the most analogous this community to ours that we can find in the neighbor. I'm I still like to see pictures of it on your side or in your tour or anything in Tori yeah at the end. You'll see we do a walk through okay well. I'm GONNA pull that up. You know we'll start at you know in those you'd go to livestream you know go to Freedoms Phoenix Dot com the top right you go into the declare your independence show and they'll have all the different stream places and so on there so you go to the livestream and you'll get to see it when I pull well it up here directly now the theme of course anarchy which means what I got some brand new you know soccer mom listed aw thank you go hide the children okay so tell me what you mean. When you say that it literally means ETIMA logically no rulers it just means that we're all created equal and no one else has rights that others do not possess and that we honor and appreciate she ate at Objective Eternal Truth? That's all okay. No rulers I like Larkin Shirt has a the two twelve inch rulers put up like an a with a line kind like no rulers. It's very obvious and I go. I gotTa have that so I got one of those shirt hurt the We'll go ahead and pull up. You got the video up now. Donna case videos got the tour. We'll start that so we get an idea what's up the walk through. Is it the one walk through that one yes there are basically two types of advertising direct response and branding radios great for direct response with its low cost to listener ratio but audio can't be beat for branding which is a longer term endeavor. 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I'm watching watching this video that they did the walk through of all the places that are going so what I'm GonNa do this here and I'll switch it over so that they can comment on it while we're doing it so I'll bring it on this one and it ended ended because this is the support today under explained it you one of you know oh the family that owns this facility and you explained it to him and you said we want to do this and I mean. How much explaining did you have to do? I mean and to be completely honest with you they. They didn't even really pry that much. I mean I I gave him the gist of what it was bigger yeah yeah yeah. Show me the money moaning pretty much what it is all right well you can pay for. We're happy about it. I mean it's it's. It's an it's the benefit of working with small businesses opposed to a corporate building because we we originally went through a couple of more corporate places. We spoke the people and they were very very inquisitive. Let's say about the purpose Pinar Conference they kind of grilling us to what we would be talking about. who becoming it seems like that that kind of made us uncomfortable with that point? We decided to say screw it. Let's give a small business plan and really be able to make it have an anarchist field because was it the end of the day it's corporate environments. If you'll sterile basile yeah no no no no I've done I've done many summits and so on and you're saying the the big corporate. Whatever the hell this location is probably as nice nicer than anything I've ever done with the Hiltons and the whatever the crap so I'm just like we're doing the Sheridan Crescent which is a resort up here and there and I'm going any this so I'm i? You guys score man this is have you ever done this before. First Time I try and win okay so this is awesome. The only thing is that I tell you from experience certainly early on three day thing as being. It's nice to have it at a hotel so you can rest. You know it's like the I go in. Take a ten minute com so here here. How Far Away are you from where people may be staying or is it mostly locals or you got to you? Got The alcott room lay down on the couch or something like what well there's plenty of hotels. Don't recommend is only a few blocks away and there's there's even closer on that kind of risky but I'm sure something like the shot at one of the one of the hotels but we recommend people get airbnb near the area Bago. There's so many houses in that area. It's a couple of blocks away. All of our speakers are staying in Arab. AIRBNB is a few blocks away so it makes it makes it more because your house you got your room. You know what I mean you just off the one thing when you have the skateboard anarchists type kind of you know I care about the property. I'm GONNA skit on. Whatever the hell you know and so here? Are you have a private. I would think that a lot of people that are going certainly the speakers and so on their you'd be respectful peoples property a pretty good neighbor. Don't piss off the you know scare the horses or whatever so you're you think you have any kind of problem like that. They run through with razor blades on the wall paper or anything no. I don't think so I don't honest we the skaters that the community that we are involved with the opposite of how you just described as opposed to like people that go around and grind and skate on on public property this this is this is a group of individuals that decided to utilize a space that wasn't being used for anything and build their own scheme Parsley Salihi Dean has to damage public property. I mean they could be away from the general public there. There's no puritan city councilman cops going near somebody over there having fun without our permission slip just like how sunny grew up with the people who own the venue a lot of these skaters grew up with the sons of the governors in the local policemen to such a tiny community and the fact that skateboarding was was such a problem in center city that the city was actually much happier. I have to deal with them coming into the city and causing thousand happen so it's kind of how it worked on it's been as you can see this thing has been up in existence for decades. We're not a single yeah. No Okay Okay for those of you that are watching the video of you've ever seen a skate park. It's a bunch of concrete swimming pool type things and you drop into what got it looks like I against one boiler what the heck anyway so underneath the you have elevated highway in the city limits. Yes this is all this. FDR Park one of the greatest public parks in Philadelphia so you have raised like highway that goes through the park and it's forty fifty feet up and underneath it which any of any libertar- everybody knows you go. You know it seems to me like there's a whole lot of Condo area under their suck about L. Living under a bridge give me some brick and mortar and I'll show you have living under a bridge so this is this has been just so much concrete to decorate and Fiji which they've done and then they built all of these different tricks and ramps and stuff but this looks like a freaking swimming pool underneath this under what the hell is that part of they wanted to build a swimming pools had escaped park with a swimming pool that you could skate down into somebody built. It's always been the perfect geometry to skateboard in so even when people build skate parks they mimic rules and bowls. I remember I remember when in you know swimming pool or is some vacant house and let's go over and people were just doing it so you guys created so they built the empty swimming pool at at this location bright I mean it looks like I mean he didn't like airlifted or anything yeah. No everything was just built out. They mixed the concrete themselves. I just built it up like the governor's all right. Are you guys all excited the community or are they feeling good. What about this whole event God? It's so exciting. I can't believe it's tomorrow I cannot wait. It's going to be so fun and everybody else's so responsive. Everybody's coming in now. You know sending their messages and stuff like that so everybody's HAP. NBA Great Time. What are you thinking? What's the attendance going to be you? You could fit hundreds of people in there. I mean I mean a couple of hundred people. It's going to be like one hundred fifty to three hundred people depending on how many extra show up and how many people get in by tell you just from my experience having done a lot of these summits and everything once you start getting over about two twenty two fifty around in there it starts to lose its intimacy. You know the most you oh you gotta have at least hundred hundred and twenty four at the Kinda hit that critical mass but once you hit over about two twenty two fifty it just starts loses. It's you know kind of intimacy of the group and everybody participates equal not because it'll get cliquey and then you had the guys in the corner and the people so so it's just just from experience if you got like a couple of hundred people there with this lovely lovely facility and then grinding out in under the bridge kind of thing. I'm I'm going. That's cool. So what are you going to put music and speakers and you know you saw yeah yeah yeah so there's a sound system that were writing for the venue the next thing you but then also the the guys and FDR no sound Tech Guy who runs zone shop who's hanging speakers from highway. He's literally them on the highway and we're GonNa have like were style line arrays and live bands running pretty much the whole time and after as well. I am wow how good on you guys I mean. This is looks like it's going to be a blast now. The theme for the speakers at all or is just like it's anarchy. Keep dummy. I mean you know we kind of broke it up into three irving. Who like we we broken up themes of cultism crypto currency and anarchy and all all three of them are almost like entire topics themselves but I feel like if you have a grasp those three topics very well you know sort of a cold spiritual crypto currency and what what that means for finance and then the political theory of Alecky if you can if you can mix them all together and gain a picture of it? That's how I see okay. Now you're cold. You got Paseo their mark's been in studio here and we've owned. I know mark but when you say a cult ism it's really informed being informed by it in what these guys are doing and who and what I don't know you you guys aren't like planning on sacrificing goats or anything right no plan on just exposing the hidden knowledge that Article v Captain Yeah. That's exposing hidden Owledge Colt. Whatever we're we're up against and there's guys like Mark Paseo does a good job on that and then three from the first letter of Dr Idris Barber? 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That's twitter DOT DOT FM. freedom is the answer the question listening to internist around Kevin Stevenson exposes it is that's what we do right here. All yesterday nine eleven and nine eleven nine eleven nine eleven September eleven lots not stuff September eleven and we finished it off with James Corbett Ni- did nine eleven thing last night live show and I tell you you guys go on Phoenix Dot COM com and click on James Corbett shows only fifty something minutes that we did but his whistleblower series and all the somebody would have said something yeah all aw bunch of people did and he is okay so now is very interesting but now we get the darkness it kind of what's really kind of was the flame for an entire generation ration- of I don't trust the government on everything and now just applies to everything you scratch the surface on anything and what NORC Adelphia is is offering well the locals and a lot of crap from the northeastern America. I mean when you're out in a Narcan Zona or Las Vegas. There's not like billions of people around forty million people within two hundred miles or something that you could draw in. I'm sure you'll be very successful. There's a lot of support for what was going on here in Arizona and Nevada and of course in Mexico so when you're doing this. Are you thinking thinking. You're going to inject something. What are you injecting into whom we're just planting seeds? That's how I look at it. I think that all the people that come here more seeds from perspective they might not have had before they came and when they interact with the local union who who really needs to hear some information those people themselves will plant seeds and spread them in Philly and then when they go home then they'll do that to their friends and family and their communities and you sort of like exploring this idea. I'm hip you guys planning on taking it on the road your cells helping somebody or just planning. I'm for next year while we're going to do next year but we are looking to expand. We might do another one year to try to do two year. These things are big but but like again we have such a cool community. That seems like everybody's sort of takes on a certain location that we all just kind of come together and support each other and now make sure that everyone's event does as well now Donna. I'm make sure you send this information thing to James Bob. I just wanted to make sure that he knows you know and James James Bab is a you know love illusionary back. I if you don't know him you should it's so I just WanNa make sure knows probably stop by CEOS because he's Got Alana Guy. He did all the indefens- stuff and he was in front of the Fed down at the continental or what is it constitutional Shnell area the Liberty Bell Kinda Crappy Independence Independence Hall Yeah there you go and did a lot of concerts. He brought in Jordan pages. Speaking north of Ron Paul's stuff. He's all over the country needs active on facebook and he's got two daughters and his wife Pam these like like us here there. He he also is just he's so well connected and I just wanted him be aware of maybe stop by and say you always up and and just enjoy it and certainly can promote it but we're it starts tomorrow so go ahead and give us the schedule how it works to Friday morning. Check in from nine. Am Til two twelve PM till noon outdoor stuff going on that whole time for people to chill and hang out when they check in markets with a bunch of people selling their wares. We'll have food ready to go around noon. we bring everybody inside to take the stage and we do the stage in speeches adult around like seven o'clock dish and then we have a private. I bet dinner that you can buy tickets through. It's it's open for you would like to do but it's it's a featuring the speakers as well and it's going to be very intimate dinner where we sit down and enjoy everyone's company to start the night off then throws into our hip hop night Friday nights or whenever everybody falls sweet we're blessed in even the onr on okay now wait yeah. I WANNA know this meal. Is it Vegan friendly. Three hundred percent is vegan friendly option as well okay. So is it like a buffet or you have dinner served because it looks like it's sit down and you order a plates choose dish you have when you buy on the website. Oh my goodness yeah. That's so that's so hoity toity you guys are getting out of your element here. You explain you skate. Park is going to be common and how much is it. It's only seventy seven bucks. SKATEBOARDERS got an extra seventy seven dollars while it's it's the only one of the days is kind of like skateboarder theme. This is sort of like we kind of want to give people a sampler of every type of like culture that might resonate with this yeah. No I understand that I'm just saying that a lot of these guys that you know or any of them or the the local anarchists community are day excited to participate in sit and listen to speakers for seven seven hours. I mean I'm just wondering who the audience is going to be well. It's it's definitely an audience from all over the world so it's going to be a lot of different perspectives but we we want to make sure that you know it doesn't feel that you just have to sit in and watch this kind of stuff like there's a lot of braced. There's a lot of activity going on outside. All time outside is actually free to attend ended the public so anybody can just pull up. We're outside in a parking lot or there's a record area or the giant parking lot. We were putting up a tent like a big town with a bunch of tables Abel's for an actress Margaret. We're actually installing dunk tank. Where people can dunk somebody is where did all this money come from the owes its participation volunteers in ticket sales and our our group of people who are coming to this event helped finance themselves which honestly is just the block chain crypto ethos okay now? That's that's why I was wondering you have so many speakers and you're bringing Max Egan from Australia. Somebody paid somebody something or not or they got sponsored or something in the community. Eh supported this thing because it looks this is awesome. It's way more than I thought. When you guys were talking about we had John Before I met you guys and you're working on them going? Damn this all the cards kind of fell together for you guys you think yeah we started out with zero dollars thousand dollars in ourselves and then we just got got to work and we just pushed it out there and you know people liked it and they were really receptive. They started buying thinks we're also having a livestream at two thirty three dollar. livestream people cannot make take it out yourself so that's available in the site now. Don't tell me about the livestream we had the vaccine education summit. We're just starting to do some research on livestream unit. What what do I need to know? Are you need a guy who's very tech savvy. You need a really good computer and you need to know what kind of software you you're going to run and how it's GonNa interface with whatever you're using the lives okay so it's a camera and make sure you got a good Internet connection and we use high-powered computer. Yeah you need a good upload speed speed and a high-powered computer to handle multiple camera inputs at once okay. I'm a great producer. He actually does the what is happening show. He's The guy who actually she produces. Mark Passengers Weekly show so he bonded out of sound and May Shar livestream was smooth yourself that was awesome things that fall into place so happens and you put one foot in front of the other yeah. No this is a proof that other people's somewhere should are you keeping track of a lot of steps and things so when we do like our freedom saw over the years we build. You know kind of things that we know to ask in the contract. You know how we set stuff up. You know we got a lot of questionnaires back. Make sure you Blah Blah Blah Blah so this book is this information. This knowledge is extremely valuable that you can either share it with others or you use it as as a template for doing New York City you know so you guys keeping track of stuff or you just winging a now. We're definitely stay on top of everything in keeping track of and I'm looking for the ARKADELPHIA manual of we're going to do it and freaking Albany or something well. That's we are we because the fact that this is our our first time putting on an event like this et Cetera. We didn't know what we didn't know a lot of things that have popped up and you probably should prove that early we took it in Astrid and I think we really refined our process that she going into next year. We really imagine it being being pretty seamless of a transition because we have the framework we know a lot of that is your graphics and artwork who's doing that. At least he is the king up graphic design. I am so blessed to be a partner with this. This dude could just like I do. We need a grand for this sweet design something perfect day. He's the maytals as helps helps that I really love love it. I love make graphics. I love it. I've been doing it forever. I've had so many failed little projects that went nowhere and that's basically I learned to do what I do just like do you know this is one thing that we're really lucky to have Davi. You know we get a Lotta original. Doll hold on guys. Tell you something in the break. You know we're at the end of the show now. But where do they go. Where do they go what they want to go? I thank you into your email so you can share that on your sites uh-huh and then for anybody who wants information and Arkadelphia dot com a Adelphia Dot COM okay Donna. That's that's why I want to get to the website. ARKADELPHIA DOT COM Donna. They're gonNA send the live stream for this event. Make sure it gets up and pinned at the top and and people can go in there. I'll go and leave it. Leave it up through the weekend at least in part of the page you keep it up on the page because fifty entries a day so it'll go get pushed down but we'll pin it up there so that people can know and they can watch it because this would be this is going to be awesome. You guys such a good job and I know you had a lot support from a lot of people you've very positive in a way you approach. 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I'm Mike Clifford a GOP lawmaker critical now of trump's castle plans for secret talks with the Taliban also on our Monday rundown health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN may Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday a sale president trump's now cancelled plan to host Taliban leaders at Camp David for secret peace talks around the eighteen th anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of flawless and as we head into the anniversary of nine eleven yeah I do not ever want to see these terrorists step foot on US soil period those comments from waltz came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited Taliban leaders to WHO Camp David for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled the meeting after the Taliban took credit for an attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including including an American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging people not to use them Eric ticket it off has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to a mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend folks. 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My quit discovery of chemicals linked to cancer hypertension and other health problems in groundwater has scientists and some Wisconsin resonance calling for more testing dilfer explains pizzas often referred to as forever chemicals have been found in the groundwater near the TYCO fire products plant so far hi this year scientists have tested one hundred thirty private wells in northeastern Wisconsin they found elevated pizzas levels in eleven and detected the chemicals in twenty-six Others Jeff Jeff Lamont a retired hydrologist says the compounds have been found in his well. He says breakdown slowly in the environment. Stay in your body for the rest of your life and have been linked to serious S. Medical problems testicular cancer high cholesterol pregnancy problems and women hypertension tyco has proposed expanding the city of Mayor Nets water system system to include more homes at now use well water. This is p. Ns Virginia's just two months away from electing a new General Assembly Blair and this week Aarp Virginia's launch a voter engagement program candidates people age fifty and older focus on key issues during the election today begins the programs I event a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia says her group is urging candidates to reconsider family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty nineteen General Assembly this would advocate for are up to a thousand dollar income tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able to claim that tax credit for fifty percent of their out of pocket expenses up to that thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million virginians provide unpaid daily really living here for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon and ballot initiative was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain the Oregon F. L. CEO says his group has submitted a Visu for approval that would limit the number of self checkout machines and stores to to not only we need to pass this ballot measure to get on top of automation nations. We need to establish in this state a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss and the quality of life or going the northwest Groceries Association says that measure is misguided and customers increasingly prefer self-checkout finally simple conversation could save a life. That's just one of the messages mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during National Suicide Prevention Week which runs through through Saturday Ohio suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand eight in two thousand seventeen and Austin Lucas with your House Suicide Prevention Foundation explains that social stigma still prevents people from seeking help. That's why he says it's crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly or are you thinking about killing on yourself or are you thinking about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially if they are really close to this person because they're anxious that this person might say yes however our having that conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes lucas. 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That's going to be awesome party and I'm just like I knew they're planning it. They're talking about it. We went to the one in Vegas. They're doing it and everything just I should've lobby. Hey pick me pick me pick but but the but I liked the guys they got it going on on. It's awesome a lobby to go next year and present 'cause we'll have a lot of stuff for him. I think it'll be but the guys they really. He did a good job on in your when you're when you're working on it. You know things come together. You get a lot of support and there's been a lot love. This anarchy thing is going to be a lot more as time goes on it's joined in when the world gets broke broke up and our they're gonna you have all these problems in the man's going to say and here's our solution and it involves a implant there barcode. Are We sure as Hell GonNa Leash you to your phone or whatever the heck it is. There's no takeout decline well who might those people be and what kind context of they have in the community you know what do they want to be part of your community and even say they know you. Now I give you an example Pokou in Acapulco Mexico jumps doing relationships down there and whether you supported the anarchist society or Jaffer where it doesn't matter what happens is is when you have a successful event that make somebody some money they live. You and you're not you're not you'll break their stop. If you're respectful of you're not causing a Ruckus. You're not you know having kids with crayons on the walls or what are your come in your good neighbor your customer Maria good client. You're good event then you. You're good you're good. You're good. You're good. We're all good we all get. We're all good in so many ways good be around woody good when we leave. We bring good when we come is gets all get. It's it's not good to whom the guys said that good that you did the good the good did you have a permit for that. You know so this mindset of we could take care of it and if you build it they will come if you leave people alone. They'll take care of it. You know they'll supply. You guys need a whatever yeah I got some speakers you needed it. We got to take care of when we do the vaccine education summit. We got the audio we got the video. We got all the cabling we got all that would cost us God. It's ridiculous amounts of money they start until you hit fifteen hundred thousand dollars for nothing and all the extras billion dollars audiovisuals allot so the community when you guy with speakers guys with this. You know guys that if I wanted to do the live streaming which I may I didn't thought about it. I have all the equipment here but that means they gotta unplug stuff so if we set up a computer took once at hi. This is going to be the streaming computer. We're going to quicken Switzer to it. We got some cameras that we can go in. Could we do a livestream in charge for it vaccine education summit. Probably I'll probably make more money. It's almost worth doing not the headache for me that I go. I'M GONNA WANNA go ahead and turn thing. I'M GONNA go ahead and see if I can contract was someone I'd say look you get a big chunk of the stream. You know the you know the cost of the revenue from it then I don't have to be in charge of it. No worry about and I thank you know but I would like to have it happen so I think that's what we're going to do. We'll put that out house. I put that out now live video streaming the Vaccine Education Summit on September twenty eight a Saturday it would go oh from probably about I think we're starting speaking at like eight and they'll go to five so that's like an eight hour day. You know of streaming live on we got all the accounts accounts and everything yeah I could do it like I need another project so maybe somebody helped me with that. We'll put the word out and do that. Donna send it to Irene earlene and them and the speakers and say you know we were thinking of doing live streaming and we have some equipment but we can't can't take on that responsive anybody that's technically advanced in that and put it out and somebody'll help just like they always do like with Arkadelphia. This is the beginning. I'm glad to share this with you guys because I don't think he understand how powerful this emotion this feeling this ob Bob doing something and there's a community of they don't need anything. They don't want to get a permit. They don't want permission need to start to align. There's already ready a community whenever you do a Narc Zona you know in Sedona come out near as you know fills up the room and I tell you a New Yorker Vegas what happened. There are supposed to do it at the Casino. 'cause Aaron used to work there. As marketing we know putting on event thing and Aaron Nakamoto and Kingsley Edwards Kingsley Edwards Narran Nakamoto are engaged now and a couple that doing float wrote you see on the site when you go to the radio show and show you on the top right here. One of the video streaming locations in media platform called float by go there show the thing. I don't know goes goes are pirateswithoutborders site. We have their live now boom. Okay I can click on there now. This is a new social media platform and he's made a bunch of money kind of building stuff and selling and doing this next thing a social media platform. You get really yoursel out. You know you get yours or do you stay with it and crime build a community or I don't know we're we're going to see fortunately we have some input on what we'd like it to be and how but they're going to do whatever they were going to do and the biggest thing is what tech is available. How expensive is it because memory and capabilities of servers and so on the price and the capabilities or going down all of a sudden that's GONNA put some thirteen year old on on the level with youtube and Google from a couple years ago them what an big thing that has been servers? How much information can you disseminate disseminate? What bandwidth do you have? And how much can you store. What happens when you decentralize nodes? Kinda like Neo blockchain's work is that we are ars the Internet so it's you know a third of you go down. Turn off the computer or electro magnetic pulse from the sun wipes out half of the earth and the other half just keeps the running and then the other part just keep they start linking back up and boom you're done. You didn't lose anything so this is what we thought as as when I was these young guys back in the nineties this is how the Internet was being developed. This is how is expanding the CAP- capabilities of individuals cooperating operating working together just like putting on these same people just going yeah. I think I like do this do that. Then what happens when you have philosophy bind it now. It's not just anarchy. How how long are your dreadlocks? You Know How much you bang your drum in the middle of the street and block traffic for whatever fuzzy reason of source told you I is that kind of anarchist at Yar. You're what happens when you have a philosophy libertarian leave me alone is a non aggression principle respecting other people's space and whatever right when that happens and you see it working and people can put forth effort and it be accumulated upon it's just a cumulative if you think it's going to be harder than the next one now. That's why it's so easy Nilo certainly a lot easier once easy but a lot easier easier for us to be able to do a summit. I have relationships with various different hotels. We got all the stuff we know the spreadsheet for the finance account putting the formulas already mome pushed the button make go word when anarchists do this worldwide and people could just help but there's a guiding people that know what's going on but everybody is in charge of themselves. Stuff scalp happens and it happens fast watch. 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DOT FM to be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two two six four twenty eight hundred and now Ernest handcock the act. It's it's easy thing to do. Is How you do your Clermont independence. Usually it was no government form map YEP YEP YEP YEP well. We're going pirate over over at float okay. That's one thing that we're going to we got some friends in the community and that might be where we kind of you know hang her head on some stuff. Now what we we do is it's live streaming over there now. This is float now. The float social media platform is its own facebook killer. They're all facebook facebook killers but it's going to have I mean one of the hopefully the input that we're having. We're trying to handle need you. Just be even better than them. I have to be has good just be more private. They'll just be more insensible in immutable and the all these things that we keep screaming about an anarchist community Andy Boom. I'm all over it did so this is how we got live streaming on and here's the the page we went pirate there so that's not dreams Phoenix pirate we went. We WanNA show you some pilot. So we get this all set up. We haven't really engaged other than the live streaming so we'll be doing. We'll start. I'm kind of you know where we going to go. Where are we going to put where are we going to have all our stuff archived and as an interface for the social media with with premiums Phoenix pirates and so on well we kinda frames Phoenix could be it and that's kind of what we're doing? We may interface with some of these others but I I'm tired of waiting. All these promises are going to go all right so this is what always happen so okay what always it always happens. Whenever I take one step towards ass? I'll do it myself and everybody does way over career and it's just a I don't know it's just a universe thing you know. I have no idea universe thing so when you start do it then either. Everybody wants to help it starts getting done or there's competition or you don't have to anymore. You can go buy it because somebody else did it. It's just it's called quantum reality. I made it okay and for years I just got look or you want to see it. Let me show you it's called quantum reality you take a step APP towards and actually start doing it baby boom. It just starts happening coming together people. It's called birds of feather flock together or there is a term for for it. It's what the bleep do. We know. It's a law of attraction this law attract once you start doing. It and I just knew there's a lot of Dennis why I wanNa make sure they saw the videos. You know we're getting into the pop culture. We got a bunch of foundation of the letters ready. We already sent him there they. I should've got there today or tomorrow. It'll be arriving for at an. He's got an address of the place. I assume it was that place and he'll be passing out the letters captain mark and they'll probably be read by you know this is cool at a couple of shirts and they're a couple of pants couple of couple of couple of thanks all right so you got another one going on or doing something we'll help and promotants navien and whatever why 'cause man it's like freedom read them in the future for my grandkids the only way I know that I can die without regret. This is a big motivation for me. When I was in high school there was some and when even my teacher I was sitting in a class of a friend or something and they said a couple of things and that just kinda stuck with me but one of the things was that the most regret that you have is when you die is your dying you just gotTa could whatever as you're going out you know it's just something he was Jefferson or something you know you? You don't WanNa die with regret now. That's a bad feeling or maybe you can turn that regret. You did something wrong into change into making up for it. You know you you want absolution and for your your own soul your own Wanna forgive yourself in online. Nobody else knows how much stupid stuff you did or whatever time to point and then people you probably did the two don't even remember it's just it's a it's an erosion on your own soul. When you do something that you regret way you treat somebody a decision? You made a car you bought. I mean you something like that where you and if it's something to regret you deal on yourself but how it impacts other people so for me I just try to not have any you know this. Try Not to do that and and make up for things that you may have done to try and make the world better because whatever you know regret you have that had impact on your family or other people kind of make up for that so by the time I die and my you still maintain a good relationship. My kids my grandkids. I don't have any regret I didn't do something something happening. That's why we worked so hard on the health of the kiss something drawn Bowman I'm on it is I don't want to have any regret. I should have done something earlier. I should've called that guy. Should I interviewed that one person. I should have put on this summit about out I should I should I should we just do it. No regret that is I mean you're not probably going to escape no regret but I you know as long as you can keep that down to a minimum regardless of what you accomplish you know what you accomplished. You may regret something you didn't accomplish. You may regret something you did or didn't do but you know I'm just. I don't think you're GONNA regret any effort to try and make it right. Just that right there. You gotta be Cuz. Does your whole when they say your life flashes before you of course it. Does you know 'cause what are you thinking. You're you're thinking your whole life if before you wants to progression tonight -CCOMPLISH. What did I do what Adam I was subtraction to society? Did I add to society that I add to my family. Minute it myself you know. Did we accomplish something. Did you have some foundation. You're able to build on that. It go further are you. Do you have immortality in ideas and concepts and influence you know that carry on certainly through your children and grandchildren so this is the motivation that I have behind a lot of the stuff that I do is that I don't want because I can do something. If I don't then bad things happen. Regret Spiderman with great abilities comes responsibility to whom society. You're not hate when they say that you have a responsibility. No I don't responsibility myself but once you recognize that the responsibility to yourself is to you know uncreative nice living environment for you and people you care about around you if you know my wife is uncomfortable or upset or mad you know after I calm down you can see here you know. What can we do to make her life better and now you know kind of you? Work on you. Try New. We're going to be doing some different kind of free time going into the next year and Song because you don has worked hard. She's been doing a lot of stuff for a long time so we're GONNA try and kind of see if we can restrict. We automated a bunch more things things we can get you know so we'll see what we're doing and the regret I would have would be what not trying to make her life easier because guess what it's all about me it affects me and that's one thing that makes her mad. She just what you WanNa talk about. Geico your talk about that. 'cause you get my thing. Is I always go. Look you know the fact that I want to do the right things. I want people to feel good about but I may do it a different way and I'm looking further other down the road. We have an investment in whatever now so we can relax later well that relaxed later but we can be more efficient because we're going to get robots to take over her job will be better protection of life liberty and properties with Free State price-cutting about but it's an it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country yeah we can have a free market a truly not market and making it just a great place to live. It's the world's largest fallen tourists libertarian community and it's only getting bigger awesome amazing to be able to move to other people's like passionately believe in being free and independent the Free State project is managing to do is to put their money where their mouth physically physically getting up across the country and say let's go someplace and let's demonstrate the power of these ideas. There's a lot of kind of philosophy that surrounds liberty. 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We'll go over it together and and then the third hour half hour we got Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bali now Clinton known for a long time and one of them certainly better guys good guys got by. We're going to find out now. Of course he told Donna we've had him on before and even even has a justice which was kind of surprised yeah come on but I can't talk about pending live. That's good because you're suman I know and I don't care I want to know after what happened. After some of the stuff that we may be bringing you know there's one provision I've gone straight great to the Supreme Court. They'll go through all the crap just boom straight to the Supreme Court read a mandate Amos Order of you guys doing it wrong kind of do it. Here's here's my piece of paper. A lot of people don't know you can do that well. How do I know I can do that because I read the book you know nobody reads the books you know the rules of procedure and all that that kind of stuff and I go wait a minute I do this? I'll hail yeah a mall over that well. This is how it works. There is a rule that says if a government employees agent you know the executive branch or whatever if they are prevented by law from doing something and they do it or they're required by law to do something and they don't do well. I got a big giant freaking bucket of that you know on every little thing so I crafted get the evidence together and half David because just an affidavit from me can be evidence. I did that once would against secretary the state's office they were telling me privately yeah. We're never going to be hanging hanging in yeah. Go really boom build an affidavit. PUT IT in sued guys won't play now and they're going steam demon. Nobody talks to her so this is a citizen needing information. I mean you guys WanNa play this game. I'll play this game because it's it's all about public perception of what hey everybody look and see what they okay. We'll make sure you go well. You'RE NOT GONNA win. They're not confused me. I already one crap. They say what ruling or something and it cost me how much to file this. One hundred eighty bucks worth underneath bucks for me to slip back in public because they need to be backhanded okay now of course they wanNA backhand you you know but so you don't go after individuals when you go out there you go mad into their capacity as some scumbag bagging the government get line show if you filed this rid a man there's some else they call it. Special Action Okay Special Action with the Supreme Court I can walk in with like I don three pieces of paper stapled together boom and if you know how to do it and you do it right right and you got the evidence and everything and they didn't do or they did and they weren't supposed to boom here I am so we're not going to have to wait years or something as we go through the process and the big thing. I'm doing is real property rights. If it pleases the Crown May occupy my own land I want you. I want to hear the arguments on that. Oh nope Nope nope you can live on the sidewalk in a tent and crap on in the curb here but now you can't live on your own land out in the desert and nobody nobody even knows your dare. You can't 'cause you can't healy talk about just wanted to see what you're going to say. They're GONNA say whatever they're going to say but one on record you know do discovery I want I want. I want you to say that so that's one thing that they didn't understand all this stuff throws. Do you never want really yeah how many laws we got changed thought so this is twenty twenty election cycle go to be a lot of attention on this because the hate this as left right what at progressive we rule you anymore. Government and take it so that we can redistribute for or whatever the hell it is they want to do. I'm going and then you go to higher end. They use the same philosophy but they wanted to have the taxpayer pay for their ivory towers in the sky. Have the new smart city Matrix Plug in the back of your head with your vaccines so I'm just this is common but what's the public there. You know what the Hell's going on. Don't you blame them. They got their freaking uncle. Sam grabbed the back of their head and they're taking their nose in grinding it onto the grindstone. Get to work the other time. Do you have even put your head up and see what the hell when you do. Something happened like vaccines something as simple as that you destroyed your family you know by allowing them the Yada Yada Yada and man. That's I'll regret big giant regret. You don't want that kind of regret so I'm you know what happens when you don't get vaccine and your kid gets sick with whatever and debilitated because of this you know the own is at a regret of course it would be where they're natural. Things you don is it. You know you gotTa make an individual decision and be able to live with with it so you need information. You need to do your due diligence well. This is what's happened with the search engines. They've taken away that information formation it used to be I you say it's just the truth but Internet's the truth but you always find the troops out there but there's a bunch of crap. It's all lies Kanye. Let's not validate can white shiny lab coat with somebody said and shiny badges approval and I go yeah but the truth is out there and and if you look enough you can find it not as much anymore because the truth that's out there. They can get off escape. It's it's banned. You're not allowed you. You know so people coming. I have the whole education summit that we did a couple of years ago. There's the only thing that's clear my mind that just stuck with me was in the front row was a young woman in her twenties that went through the she thought she was being doing her. I'm going to go and research and do kind of whatever her child gets vaccine damaged and then of course when she's doing some jeff finds out that there was a bunch of problem they just it's not on the front page. Google search might not be on the second page it. It might not be searchable because they just clicked it off and this kind of you know I hate this on. I WanNa wish this on your worst enemy. You'll want no. You don't want this kind of stuff. It's just bad Karma man but I'm telling you it is so inevitable that you're going to Piss I saw so many people and this is the civil war they're talking about. It's not gonna be blood in the streets. It's just going to be a break AAC with the break with the I break with and yet throw a whole bunch of dog poop on knuckle Sam shoes and and you're done and then you redo another government to best serve your interest if any so I am pretty confident in the path that we're on and and supporting guys like you know Arkadelphia an arc of Poco Narcan Vegas and anarchy because there's GonNa be a bunch norcross Dan well. What are we doing L. think about it? You know I mean friendly with old Oranje. Chubby grey bearded guy over there you know so but I got yeah. We're in the process says some am doing the you know Dighton in working out and kind of starting 'cause I gotTa rock me a pirate costume dammit. I don't want to be a Chubby. It'd be pirate. I WanNa be what you want some of this leather you it's up so that is my big motivation. Why well for lottery unfortunately my wife and kids my kids kind of you know when you reach this much that's called obese right you know so they started that back when but I lost lost thirty five pounds but the main thing is that Donna has been really? I don't know fat blind or whatever I mean. She's never got on cheese. He'll still berry enthusiast giving you know making sure I'd I know she likes me and stuff so I'm just I'm I'm good so then really been a big motivation now. There is and I just got yeah. I got you know I want to do it hit sixty anyway I'm fifty eight but the point is is that that we're going to be providing some foundational rhetoric some understanding some philosophy for anarchists for a pirate go to PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT COM redo letters a captain mark. There's nothing in there an anarchist but challenge I I'd like to see go ahead. Go ahead semi the challenge we could change from the second letter of Captain Mark. Any pirate knows that commerce is communication Asian markets condense oceans of information into a single price innovations and communication are circumventing the scrutiny of the crown this signals a change in the coin of the round the crown uses digital currency to surveil sensor seize and destroy wealth at will so pirate currency must protect us from this weaponized money. We need to move funds farther faster cheaper without third party observation basing decisions on an accelerating flow of information so pirates require nearly instantaneous transactions ends actions with no arbitrary limits on volume or artificial influences on fees most importantly a pirate currency must preclude centralization otherwise otherwise it will become another link chain to the crown a superior currency will result in the obsolescence of the coin of the realm and the extinction of the crown itself South trade above the grid join us at pirateswithoutborders dot Com free talk live. If anybody else wanted to know how to do it y'all gave them the information and plus Wash House gave the legal drug anger nates and I'm I mean this is a free country but I don't feel about addresses are still something so rude isn't isn't a revolutionary website that allows people to buy from the black market and a much safer manner than they currently by and I'm all about harm reduction Bob. 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Dot FM and now live from the studios of Freedoms Phoenix Ernest Ernest handcock tall. Somebody's actual fact chills today after September eleven and how you feel it now you feel how you feel it. I tell you I'm feeling pretty good because a lot of stuff has been accumulated accumulated and getting out in the general public opinion of the Lion Sachs is not you know I'm just Yup Yup Yup Yup Yup what shall we do. I want to show you this now. float has this livestream that they're doing so float is doing this. I'm going to talk demo who we'll see if we can livestream it and get income art art art. I'll talk to Kingsley Erin. See if we can make a big WOOHOO. Live fluke streamed Dang something and I can't yeah I mean that's a whole nother layer crap all right. Well Damn all right. We'll have it to do it in you. GotTa have a good scream him to use a hot spot I mean are you going right into the hotel. All you WANNA plugging into the Oh that'll be five hundred dollars. You know that's how this crap works and it's one of the things and they don't even do it. It's another provider that kind of crap so do you have hot spots at Union. We'll give you the the signal we have done hot livestream before just people just doing it. You know half the people in audience or sitting there livestream Yo there we may have that you know who's GonNa be the person who wants to do it. They know inches then they probably a lot of them are just going to do it so we'll make school work on it. So I'm digging that that'd be a good. I did all right now. When you go into the site and you say you know I'm GonNa go ahead and watch some streaming dinner? We get the audio visual we keep adding more and making it better than such and but Youtube I I'm shocked still up there facebook. Didn't it lasts very long so I don't think it's streaming on fair share care but I should at least put the link up there to Z. because we I was surprised that went as long as it did now youtube. Is there and I get email from activists. It guy and he says hey man you know this this one particular show he wanted to get and he goes it says video unavailable this on Youtube video contains content from W. M. G. where the hell that means means who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds is a live show. I have no idea what that means. It's because they can't okay so now. If you go over live on youtube now it's youtube showing that the youtube is available so it is live streaming on youtube now now. Sometimes you know they'll they'll post the articles the do they have. Donna says that they they show show it. You'll have the the article there I mean the live stream and you can sometimes she'll pull from it for doing whatever the hell she she does. I don't pay attention to Youtube Kyle care and I'm amazed it's working as much as it is and there's like a few watching how many subscribers of I don't care. I never believed their numbers be once we saw that they were lying with their numbers back in God nine ten eleven around certainly by eleven eleven. It was just like Oh man. This is worthless because it's not anywhere near the tracking it we were getting on our own site tracking and so on I'm sorry Sardana what I have some input on that last night when you guys did the corvette show usually the video posts eventually later. It's not up yet so I don't know if they censored it or whatever because it was nine eleven th l. no like. How did I get out live? Why did I get out lock slackers? She a lot of times people what would they do spend dollar time complaining and whining and we ought to make them do what Aaron going. All the effort you guys are putting in trying to make them do what you want. You'd be better off. Just just I do in your own own see we could do it on our servers and everything but it just can't handle the traffic and it bogs down member but but that was what long time ago we started doing the radio show in Oh three we start doing freedoms Phoenix in o-5 but we didn't really marry him and see when you see declare your Ernest Hancock at the top right you know that was only last couple few years that I even did that mostly Michael W Dean and everybody else yelling at me how come you're not using Freedoms Phoenix and have an integrated with the radio show make it the same I go because they're different different. I wanted to have one one phoenix to be its own separate thing and not be like Ernie saying you know and because then it's like it's like impo wars Alex kind of deal you know so. I just chose not to do that but as time went on you start when I stopped doing radio for a few months we're getting way behind on Development on Phoenix so we stopped it and then Sierra helped me my youngest daughter produce for a while helping everything caught up. We were just there's so much coatings to we got caught up but me being off the air dramatically affected traffic so we went back on we come back and we changed hours in how whatever here we go so that I can see how they're linked with each other. It was a lot of traffic one came from the fine so it I just put me up at top and that was had over a decade hadn't been like that and the reason was I didn't WanNa make it a personal thing. It was a a movement community can now. It's like yeah whatever you know I. It gives them more stuff to listen to guess but that was that I just WanNa ah I heard you talking about it so I wanted to comment. Why were you listening to? The show is listen when I'm not in the room. I have it on my phone so I can listen yeah. What is the Roku? Do things that you do out there. You have it in the family room dining room years ago. I just checked when we got that Roku put in there to look for an N. dot. FM UP UP and it's on there so whenever you go into just streams whatever shows live at that time. There's somebody set that up. There were say I put you on okay now. They did now in three you know which was next news network Gary Franch who used to have live show on there too and they did it and interface. There's a lot of these opportunities. I never got really excited about. These other people were doing that was cool. Tell you know because I just knew the second gets to a certain level of James. James Corbett Ernest Hancock talk about nine eleven on nine eleven. I think we'll delete that one so I'm going to win. It's the most important well he got most of them. I go it's win. They're the most important that's the ones that go away and if you don't have it forever and always or on your own server that's got backups at Blah Blah Blah you can't count on being there now fortunately with the knowledge and knowing that these systems would do this since o-3 every single syllable I have ever uttered saver ever happy there was I will say that it is on Youtube. FYI for those who are looking it's on Youtube on the show archive page. D Tube has because it's that's why we interface faced with that. Is it the best you know. Serve it out and faster and God deb deb. No that's not the point we weren't looking for that. We need to interface with the Donner. Could how do I really I never even done how do you even do that when you load up a show how the process and pulls up a window template thing and you have to drag the video over the MP for video over and it'll have status bar sometimes I mean it used to go kind of quick. Take about maybe thirty minutes or something now takes hours to load one video every the day all the time yeah and sometimes it doesn't go even after it's been sitting there while you try to load it and it just says load a video which means there was a break in communication somewhere so you got to restart it just Redo it but not you label it. I try to label it with the guests and then linked to the show or five-page on a little bit about what we're talking talking about. Okay now for this interface worried about now Derek I thought we were eventually going to develop the where we just load it straight to our own. Ip Server and then it propagates throughout the system and the PIN network that we're working on a bla-bla-bla we had talked about about that right I mean did you ever have a long time ago. Did you ever tested or why done even okay see. This is what happens. I Yes yes we did it. It's on Freedoms Adams Phoenix in the admin section but you still have to load everything manually to d tube. You have to load the I don't know there's two Co Jeff Picture Code and the and the video code or something and making it on our thing so it splits it goes on both okay so this is kind of you know we've been testing it gets to where it's a pain assets tax not ready because what we wanted was to be able to put it on our own. Ip FM servers and then it propagate across other servers and you know it's append didn't file with our own community liberty. We've been tested a lot of this stuff. The easiest way was GONNA was go straight to detour which is IP and then propagates back to us. I'd rather that's kind of a thin. I'm not feeling super warm fuzzy about that what I'd rather have is that we do it to our own. Ip Server and then it propagates that way and go to D- to that way so we're working on that and so on but you know would it be do. I know that's that's why we're doing the tubes. Is it as fast for easy to use for us and you as though but the way we got set up its way EH frequent permanent. which was my number one requirement so when you have a great show like we did last night with James Corden he always I always be able to get it up? What's your priority? I've been told no in many different ways torch. You can't do that here around here. Actually Oh me excuse me you at work today doing explaining an uncle you got bureaucrats. Crests have plenty of telling people know the sound the band Derek Jay's victimless crime spree watch it for free and order the the director's cut. DVD At victimless crime spree DOT com. Did you know you can listen to L. R. N. DOT FM the are free to air satellite channels finals. We have channels over nearly all of North America and much of Africa. All you need is an affordable receiver and a dish smallest thirty inches. There are no monthly fees learn and more. It's sat. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by the follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's service killing newscast for Monday Sundays at ten of the night twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford A. GOP lawmakers critical now of trump's cancel plans for secret talks with the Taliban also on our Monday rundown health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN an Anti Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday assailed President Trump's now cancelled plan to host Taliban leaders at Camp David for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of Florida's and as we head into the anniversary of nine eleven even I do not ever want to see these terrorist foot on US soil period those comments waltz came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited Taliban leaders. Here's to Camp David for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled the meeting after the Taliban took credit for attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging people not to use them Eric. Take Take it off has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to a mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend folks. Stay away from these devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana. Although the state is looking into potential incidences Dr Greg Holes men is State need medical officer for the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. We have something that serious consequences and we don't know what's exactly going on protect yourself and and they away from these products at this time until we have a better understanding and hopefully it'd be a good time to stop using the product completely the CDC says it's still unclear which vaping agents are responsible for the severe respiratory illness then it's cropped up there is a new text messaging resorts. Young people want to stop vaping Montana. It is called all my life my quit discovery of chemicals linked to cancer hypertension and other health problems and groundwater has scientists and some Wisconsin resonance calling rolling for more testing dill form explains pizzas often referred to us forever chemicals have been found in the groundwater near the TYCO fire products plant so so far this year scientists have tested one hundred thirty private wells in northeastern Wisconsin they found elevated pizzas levels in eleven and detected the chemicals in twenty-six Others Jeff Lamont a retired hydrologist says the compounds have been found in his well. He says they break down slowly in the environment. Stay in your body for the rest of your life and have been linked to serious serious medical problems testicular cancer high cholesterol pregnancy problems in women hypertension tyco has proposed expanding the city of Mayor Nets water utter system to include more homes now use well water. This is P. N. S. Virginia just two months away from electing a new general assembly assembly and this week. Aarp Virginia's launching a voter engagement program help candidates of people aged fifty and older focus on key issues during the election today the day begins the programs I event a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia since her group surging candidates to reconsider a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty nineteen General Assembly this would advocate for or up to a thousand dollar income tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able to claim that tax credit for fifty percent of their out of pocket expenses up to that thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million virginians provide unpaid daily living here for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon Oregon ballot initiative was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Oregon affable. CEO says his group has submitted did they measure for approval that would limit the number of self checkout machines and stores to not only we need to pass this ballot measure to get on top of automation a nation. We need to establish in this states a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss and the quality of life or going gets the Northwest Groceries Association says that measure is misguided and customers increasingly prefer self-checkout finally simple conversation could save a life. That's just one of the messages mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during National Suicide Prevention Week which runs runs through Saturday Ohio suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand eight in two thousand seventeen and Austin Lucas with your House Suicide Prevention Foundation explains that social social stigma still prevents people from seeking help. That's why he says it's crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly or you think about killing herself or are you thinking about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially if they are really close to this person because they're anxious that this person might say yes our having that conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes. Lucas says the next step is to stay with them and help connect them to resources that can help anyone in crisis is encouraged to text four H. O. P. E. Two seven four one seven four one Mary Sherman reporting the story was produced in association with meeting the Public Interest and funded in part by the George Foundation are Mike Clifford thanks for starting week with Public News Service we are member enlisted supported and raw line at public do service DOT. Org difficult time ahead of us but if we are to be prepared for it we must. I shed our here without fear because I remember that I am here not because the path that lies before me what because of the path that lies behind me. I remember the one hundred years we have caught these machines at century of law. I remember back which we still let us remember the declare independent visas from the studios of Phoenix who I'm glad Bollock Supreme Team Court Libertarian Basis require a held up all right. We're GONNA find out real quick. We WanNA talk. We've done shows with him before. Since he's been a Supreme Court justice he's spoken out our freedom summits just before he's in the crowd and libertarian kind of guy now we know clint is in Washington. DC Institute for Justice was going on about do. I gotTa have have a permit to have a job and you. You didn't do it right and you got. There's all kinds of freedom oriented stuff. Eminent domain was a big thing with the kilo decision back when they go yeah we're GonNa Take Your Guy's property here in Connecticut and give it to just private developer and Supreme Court said Yeah that's okay. Eminent domain for public use to public use was does the public coffers filled more of that make more tax money so it's public us and we're taking your land what well this sent a reverberation around the country and Clinton was is at the front of that here in Arizona so he came here to Arizona we had him at the freedom some good friends and all of a sudden he's working with the goal is astute kinda tight with Kato and the coca push and whatever stuff going on here and Arizona and then he came to the and his wife she's involved in public and politics six here came to the attention to the governor said you know what You my new Supreme Court justice and we all sit and I'm going what the heck would clint. Tell me about it so he came on tolls bat show in about thirty seconds recap that story how your Supreme Court justice do me get into fifteen gazillion other things Ernie. It's good to be with you and you know it's still hard to believe that I am a justice of the Supreme Court very very excited in my fourth this year now as justice and basically I applied for the position we have a merit selection process my name went into the governor along with six appeals court justices and governor Ducey believes very strongly in the rule of law and and was convinced that that I would be that the person who would be most faithful to not only the US Constitution the Arizona Constitution and by Golly he he appointed me to the court. We're all very happy to see that now. There's but I haven't been keeping track ball died mostly because I don't care you know I'd government me man. I'm just like whatever you're still voting but like Mark Victor Criminal Defense Attorney. He's all band Ernie. There's going to be courts. There's going to be some kind of Judaization is going to be some kind of government is going to be some kind of voting is going to be probably it may not be this one or certainly. They're going to live up to the promise that they made me a how they're going to do at this time in defend rights when the government that's why this show's declare your independence if they're not defending individual rights. It's time to alter abolish so I'm in. I'm in door stage but you know we're going to. You're going to have something out there well. I'm glad ed you're up there representing. Where's the Trent? Are we going towards more freedom of slowing down the pendulum air speeding it up in the right direction. You'll tell me everything thank well. There's two trends that I think are very positive from a freedom standpoint. The first is that we have justices this is on the US supreme or particularly Clarence Thomas and Neil gorsuch that are very interested in defending individual rights and reading the Constitution Very very strictly in other words to protect our individual rights gorsuch in particular as been a wonderful addition to the court and the idea of the constitutions solutions taxed governing you you mentioned that Kilo case a few minutes ago and that was a case where the court ignored the language of the Constitution Institution the Fifth Amendment says eminent domain can be used for public use and a majority of the court said well public use is really means public benefit and they couldn't those words been being more different in their consequences so we now have I think a number of justice hostesses up there who will read an enforce the words of the Constitution the second trend that I think is very positive is a renewed interest I in the protections of individual rights and the constraints on government power in state constitutions every state has the constitution and every state constitution has greater protections for individual rights and greater constraints on government power than the US Constitution institution does most state for its have have largely ignored their state constitutions. They've interpreted them in lockstep with the US Constitution as it's interpreted by the US Supreme Court that is beginning to change and I am very much a part of the effort to to examine and enforce the provisions of of our state conce okay. This is good here. I'll give you an example here and see how you hold up here. The Arizona State Constitution rocks as I raid read it and you go man. That's okay they they they were thinking something they were of the right mind on a bunch of stuff. I mean it's not perfect I mean he's still got corporation commissions and EPS and those other crap but you know I'm going you know yeah. This is an attempt to Kinda. You know the people are free in here you have this constitution says thou shalt not you you know the impact people negatively in the freedom area and I'm going okay. Is it being used well. There's a lot of provisions in there. You press it. I'm wondering what the Arizona Supreme Court is now compared to twenty years ago and as going to be more enforced. I give you a bunch of examples but let me know the flavor how it's more while before and while you've been there well it's it's a very slow process and part of the process Ernie is that attorneys often come to us and they don't argue that the state constitution constitution independently protects their rights. They'll say oh this violates the Fifth Amendment and by the way it also violates it's the the privacy provisions in the Arizona Fusion and trying to convince lawyers make independent arguments under the Arizona State Constitution Constitution is the first half and that's one that I've been very deeply involved in and I've written some decisions in cases that either either might have come out differently if there had been a robust state constitutional argument or certainly would have been more easily decided and I'll give you one one example of that we decided a case involving the installation by the police of GPS devices to basically monitor where commercial vehicles are gone and this particular case involved commercial vehicle that was was used in drug transactions and the court and the police did not obtain a warrant to install that GPS device and they they monitored senator this ours activities for quite some time and a majority of our court of it was a four to three decision. I and I was in the majority awardee. We ruled that least need a warrant in those circumstances and we looked at the US Constitution and I have to I tell you that the jurisprudence in by the US Supreme Court is almost unfathomable for example. We we need to determine whether the privacy interests that was asserted is one that's aside the privacy interest cited was one that was that society is prepared what this comes right the US might that's my point by the time you get worried. Clinton made it on the Arizona Supreme. How the heck did that happen? WHAT WHAT FLAWED LA Z have well by the time you get to the? US Supreme Court from the sixth letter of Captain Mark a pirate's life is characterized by Avon Terry interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims named own US when it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed. It's simply slavery by another name. landlubbers routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered or face punitive measures the crown insist you participate in your own oppression. A jury summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a jerk and vote not guilty even if it's proven the law was violated Jerkin equipped for any reason at all and not even a judge judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury summons is basically winning the sedition lottery but if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed. If if the crown foolishly crimson pirate jury duty it behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws if he master takes one hundred percent of your labor over it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims a fourteen percent is irrelevant relevant most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones that accept their bondage these house slaves see no contradiction and being drafted acted in a war to end slavery or some into a jury to prosecute tax evasion. 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Say James Ain't but Clint bollock man we got oh came to Arizona. There's an activist and get some and I'm like aren't aren't aren't and then he works up in having a lot of a lot of attention to the courts chewing on a lot of stuff protecting individual rights and for some unreason because of I don't know maybe crazy libertarians in the nineties and so on May have something to do with it but what happens you have an atmosphere that the general public opinion of the people here in Arizona different than a lot of places a lot of a lot of issues. It's a lot different to the point. I think that a governor a hero if I appoint Clint when you gotTa pointed did Doug Ducey Governor he get a lot of criticism or is it widespread support support. You know what happened. He got both criticism and praise guy he certainly received a lot of praise. He's from the likes of George will of the Cato Institute of National Review but a lot of criticism as well. I I remember one article. Idol was the most dangerous judge you've never heard of and the danger was what see what what's the you see. This is what I wanted to get to all the other day I don't care this is what I'm looking at. When Clint Freakin we understand at least that you understand Dan how our minds work and of course probably not too far off but you know when you go in and they say he's a danger to to what well you know earning? That's a really great question the the other day I I a publication said that I wanted to I you know I was out to repeal all the new deal. You know it's very interesting what people think and I don't know what the danger sure is but it's you know what as a justice I look at the language of the Constitution I look at the language two of the law and I follow it where it takes me. Sometimes that is contrary to my own policy views in fact not infrequently by that I guess is is threatening to some people who are happy to have some other agenda. Oh some other well pray. Tell what might that agenda beat well. You know there have been courts that have basically advanced a policy agenda. have not followed the law and the constitution I in in many instances. The warning was an example of that and that's that's not where I am I am I. I'm a textualist. I follow the language of the Constitution. I don't believe that the courts should be involved in legislating and I hope okay I record bears me out yeah. Now we have the addition of the county attorney. Mr Prosecutor tank commander Gulf War One gets it's America and Drug Warrior and I know mark's been kind of working on them and he spoke at the Freedom Summit this last year and on a forum of right wing all of these beatings and stuff or happens. Wow Okay so where's where's he at on this. Where do you think Bill Montgomery is going to do so bill joined the court this week he is in his fourth day adjusted the Harrison report so it's certainly hard to say hard to say was county attorney forever man? I was GONNA don't start on me man. It's it's really it's really the interesting learning there. Are you know when you step onto the court. You have a different set of responsibilities and you really have to check your your policy us at the door to the extent that they coincide with the language the constitution with the language of of the statutes that you're down onto to interpret you know that's that's one thing but I think that bill is is going to be very very very conscientious judge. Are we probably going to see things differently in some criminal cases. Chances are good. I think that we will but but that really remains to be seen well. You hadn't arrested Marquette so maybe you might get to talk to him and slapped or something well. I'll tell you well. I think there's a mutual admiration society between Mark Victor and Bill Montgomery. They're both really good men. They're both very very principle and I think that they respect the very very well informed on their position so I you know I consider bill a friend I consider marker girlfriend and and I think it's a very very distinguished addition to our. I am feeling a lot better that bill had exposure to mark his crowd and us and summit it was hammered for years. Give me somebody debate on the drug. Give me a prosecutor gift. We'll finally bill. Did it thinking it didn't go the way he thought it would but it has been he's been exposed to this philosophy sophy and when he gets on the bench and is he a you know an original list you know what was the real intent and so on he might come around. Did you never know maybe as Contra. Maybe wants to do what he thinks is best and with Clint there that you'll be preceding him there. I'm then you're confident in your position. We might be all right. It might be better. Not I'm willing to you know whatever but this is the one thing that I I gotta ask. There's a paragraph. NFL The declaration we all these truths to be self evident. Now all men are created equal endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights the that among these are life life liberty and the pursuit of happiness to secure these rights governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from consent of the governed learn from consented to govern that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of destructive of these ends what ended secure an individual rights it is has the right of the people to alter or abolish it in institute new government laying its foundation prints such principles as organizing powers in such form as to them shall I'll be most likely to affect their safety. Inhabitants happiness prudence indeed will dictate that long established now you don't WanNa change for light and transient causes but you you know at some point under such despotism becomes you're right. It becomes your duty so my thing is in the constitution when I come up and I'm going going look. The whole purpose of this government was destroyed. My individual rights and you're not doing it. You're preventing you're this. You're that I can go on about Blah. Blah Blah Blah Blah so if you're not doing it then what the hell good aurea you see my point so when this the declaration of independence is that ever come in to an originalist interpretation of the Constitution Constitution does the Declaration of independence have a role at all an adjudication of course it. Does you know when the the framers of the Constitution Institution obviously believed very very deeply in the declaration and all we got a whole gig. We know our crap it up. Cram Iran cramped up against the break here. We're going to talk about we come back. 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Doing the Netflix thing of man you guys are just way too sensitive comedian calling and all this political whatever the heck so we're talking in the break with the Supreme Court justice here in Arizona Clint bollock good friend for for a long time of liberty kicking button so on and my question is is that you have people coming to the court and of course they want to win and they got in their their spring court and they're making Social Justice War Years Society Needs in future of and you have the power to and you need to do this because of that and you'll get a gold star from environmental SAPA okay or yeah people coming in going just a letter of the constitution. Your job is in your hit. It tell me how does that break down. What kind of people you have come to you and what's their their their their best game? Well really there's not a lot of lawyers that come in urging some sort of big social. They know that the instinct of of most judges is is to to avoid social agendas regardless of of where they are bites. Most moyer's are very very conservative not lyrically necessarily but in the sense that they want to win the case were their client and as a result they'll make the narrowest possible the argument they won't ask us to overturn past precedent. They'll ask us to construe a statute rather than buying a constitutional provisions and as a result you know change in the law. Is Evolutionary certainly not revolutionary in most instances instances well. What does that mean it means is that vision in particular will will only resolve that the law or the constitutionality insofar as the facts of that particular case and it's it's not going to be a a sweeping generalization that the courts are going to pronounce? I knew this as an advocate to I knew that we asked a court to to overturn a long standing practice. The odds were that we you weren't gonNA prevail but if we asked the court to make it to take a step in the direction of freedom we're more likely to prevail or you mean you mean when you were lawyer in you know or or people are people that come to you. They know that they're kind of doing this. Constitution rights individual thing and they think that I'll give you an example Ernie you know a lot of times we would have people at at Goldwater at the Institute for Justice Come. I'm in and say this violates my ninth amendment rights and you know and you're I'm sure most of your listeners know that the ninth amendment says that the enumeration numerous of certain rights in the constitutions not meant to disparage others retained by the people the US Supreme Court has not has not decided case based on the Ninth Amendment really effort and if we go into court if we were to go into court advocating advocating under the ninth amendment we would just be shown the door up but if we make a more mainstream argument and more conservative argument saying Oh you know what there's a precedent out there that just needs to be extended a little further to vindicate freedom in this area where we're more likely prevail and that's why I say that that laws evolutionary not revolutionary accord is not likely to overturn decades of precedent in one fell swoop case Brown versus board of Education were for that matter the Oberg fell case these cases really only come around once in a once in a generation which cases assists the what do you think that once in a generation case that would do what exactly Brown versus board of Education you know segregation. was I permitted to be the law of the states for over a century and in one fell swoop the court said certification is is outlawed in the country while held it should have went further and just said government education that was kind of the source problem the whole damn thing so so that's the sort of sweeping sweeping constitutional pronouncement that I you know I. I don't think that you're going to see unless you really really lay the groundwork or you know here not getting example here in Arizona. Our state constitution is that the public lands were to be used for the funding funding of public education for for your near free education all right now how that is done you know it was kind of left vague I guess but then it gave in Constitution at Man you're GONNA be providing public education or government education and now right. I mean you could course have an initiative. She did you could have changes and as time goes on the will of the people are going to be the government has been making more and more difficult. You gotTa have more packs you gotTa have you you know more people involved be able to even file. You can't just do it as an individual you gotta have a treasures. You got two people to be able to petition your government for redress agreeance. I'm going. I call bs on that one. If I really want to make sure I made it straight to you. That'd be the one challenge the other thing is that as you're going through this process of of we get to have say initiative referendum and recall. They've been making a little bit easier which is also got kind of scary is that you can just signed it online or you could sooner or later. It's going to get to the point to where you're going to have a bunch of initiatives and so on on the ballot and people are going to do their preference and when they we start getting their Philip government. There's GonNa be a bunch of peel back of government just like as what happened with taxes in southern California decades ago. They're like Whoa we got to slow down the rate of what will it still didn't save him but there is a people are going to route adds up on these issues. What do you think the issues are? What's the most important is going to be what I have no idea what's on the agenda taken say that I will give you a couple of illustrations of your of your your hypothesis there that have been done here in Arizona first of all the private property rights rights protection the voters after the Kilo decision here in Arizona and acted a law that forebade the use of eminent domain were private youth for for private use rather than public use it was the most sweeping private it property rights protection in the entire country and it was done by initiative here in Arizona similarly the healthcare freedom that was asked ear and Arizona Arizona in anticipation of the idea that the federal government would tell the all what doctors they could go to and the the voters of Arizona protected themselves and said we we have the right to choose our own medical care and that was adopted by the people of Arizona? I don't know what's in the future. That's more your bail away earnings certainly than mine. That's what the media they always come. They want to editorial board sits down. Well we'll let you we'll give you like Paul Shadow. I remember him going. We'll give you one or two issues. Folks be nice and everything as long as you leave all this other stuff alone and allow us to rule the legislature of tell them what to do and I'm going. Oh you know bite me on that now here. The Private Property Rights Protection Act it starts off findings declaration that people verizon find declare article two section seventeen of our state constitution declares no uncertain terms that private property shall not be taken for private use okay then it goes on about some other ongoing show now taken we need to know about limitations on its usage is at a takings is attacking me for it is at a takings. I need to know taken when we come back. Clint Bolic's tell us about what taken means and the government can take how much taken where's the limits on taken. I don't want him to take certainly my body. 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I'd like I would know whatever there is indeed and vice chief justice all right so you're just a regular old justice of the Arizona Supreme Court so you might you might get a you know a seat right at the some reservation downtown. Maybe you're one of the justices I doubt it. I'll see you happens okay well. This is one thing we we know you. You'll see you'll be do the graphic here. I want people to see this all right so you'll see Clinton here in posit on it because you know it's code he has there's a picture there it is he has a picture of a Scorpion a tattoo on his right index finger and that's like his finger. That's my hunt hunt and peck typing camel gear staying here. I got my score P- where did that come from. Why did you do that so earning? When you know back in my litigation days one of the things about public interest litigation you're defending the rights of your clients and you really get caught up with your clients? They are caused has become your cause and so we were representing a tattoo studio in Tempe and like some of the things you've been talking about. They got a use permit from the city of Tempe invested twenty five thousand dollars in a strip mall to open their Tattoo Studio and the city decided you know we don't want to Tattoo Studio thereafter all and they took away their use Armitt and they're they're. They had to vacate the premises so we decided to represent them and along the way I said you know what if we win this lawsuit I am going to get thanked and sure enough. We did win the lawsuit. The Arizona Supreme Court said that tattoos or a protected form of free speech and and that they couldn't take away their permit on on this pretense and so I decided to get a Scorpion on my typing finger as you noted voted on I actually typed every word I've ever typed in my entire life in one finger. Not even I know you type it with your Stinger. Got My Stinger here. Okay now that case where would I because I'm looking at your use permit some of the you're gonNA sparked something in me on this permit occupy permit a permit and from the crown use use your own land of permit. Where would I find this whole case so what this case is called Coleman? Co L. E. M. E. N. Versus city of Mesa Lisa. If you Google that will that case will come up and have some way I can get all the goody and read every little thing you wrote uh-huh well the closest as justice. I have a website and it's easy justice forty four dot com easy justice forty eighty four dot com and it's not it's not current up to the moment but it has most of my opinions on it and some recent articles who's wall really all right so we're all over that I'm telling you how much would we have. You come on and do we're. We're careful not to get all detailed on whatever or whatever but the fact that I say they man. It's going to be some kind of an issue as some. We're GONNA some go get you know. Do you have to go. I Know Ernie Guy recused myself. You know if if we were if I were to express an opinion on something in advance I would have to recuse myself okay. I just WANNA WANNA know if you express your opinion that freedoms better than like not how can I can very loudly proclaim that belief all right. That's how how you wound up there to do. See I mean you all right. Let's put it this way when you were appointed a Supreme Court justice what actor God does it take for you not to be so in Arizona judges most judges including all judges on the injustices on the Arizona Supreme Court have to face a retention election I was up for retention and twenty eighteen and the voters voters gave me now a six year term was assuming that I stand for retention again I in twenty twenty four the voters voters would have another opportunity routine me or to throw me off a but what kind of vote did you did. You did you do okay. I did do okay. There was was an active campaign against me but I received seventy percent of the vote. What's it normally for judges so somewhere in the seventies usually so he had a campaign? You're still seventy well. This is the John Butterick in his retention. When he was Superior Court judge he got more votes than like the President Libertarians? He's like. I'm not highest vote getter so it's not like Libertarians. Go unnoticed in the state so there's like yeah you. You guys do okay but I hope you don't mind you've known me for a long time. I really put while mark is kind of like well. We gotta be reasonable. There is a reasonable aspect and the law. It's always what you know. Joe Six pack sees as reasonable and all that I'm for changing what's reasonable. I'm the Activists Street Crete and you've been a street activists kind of guy and hopefully you understand why I do what I do. The Way I do it is to change is general public opinion thing to make your life easier your Ernie you know the kind of civic engagement that you're involved in and frankly across the spectrum. This is what makes our country were you know I it's God forbid the day that that that that ceases so heaped on well Mark Organi. We'll have a over there Sunday because it's patriots going against Donna's steelers so we have to you know steelers fan too you well the good mark tired of him winning all time. Tom Brady's looking good at forty south. I want that boys diet. I mean what the heck so we over there talking about this and such and we've been we're going to have another meeting. We'll hammered out but the main thing thing is I in November. I do a presentation of our pirateswithoutborders dot com thing and how what we're doing and why and all that discussion group of Roy Millar's but the mark Kinda going different and I tell you when it happened when Mark Scott and you know we need to you can use the system the fixed us to advocate for freedom of whatever it was when you got appointed and Clint got into supreme. This is a WHOA. Let's be reasonable. So what do you think it was in your activism that made you palatable these guys because I know you're involved. You and your wife were involved in their Republican Party. Politics and your wife may still be in you as a Supreme Court justice. Tell me about the political aspect of your family well I. I that's kind of you to ask by the way earning I I have actually been independent since two thousand three so I have not been involved in Republican politics but my my wife is and she is in her first term in the Arizona House of Representatives as you know there's a balance and seperation of powers in our household the you know it's really interesting. There are things that we can't talk talk about their things. We can't talk about even if she wasn't a legislator because the internal workings of the court I can't talk to about Oh my God. The has to help your marriage things that we're not allowed to talk. I'm sorry honey. We're not allowed to talk about at work to your advantage. I guarantee you know. Fortunately she hasn't very interesting career and I get to hear about most what goes on in her life so that keeps she's sitting legislator now yes. She is in the House of Representatives. Okay all right. I know she keeps whatever she did. This is how much I pay attention because I don't care but this is what happens in the twenty twenty election cycle or and he's going to have to come back in the guy. We're going to get some and doing in all kinds of whatever now doesn't matter 'cause you know when it's time to go into the cycle then it's time who was running. WHO's doing this? WHO's doing that? What the history of kind and then we documented and we got the Arizona Top news section on Freedom Cenex will resurrect go be but hits but I'll tell you everything that you see and this is where market I earn you? You could do it better than I go. Look Man. Let me tell you what's going to happen. It is going to be a hard core kind of signed street activism General General Public Opinion of Damn it because I know that's what provides these opportunities ten years fifteen years later for guys is like Clint bollock beyond the Arizona Supreme freaking court to defend against. Maybe guys like Bill Montgomery so I don't know but I'm thinking that bill is he. He listens he's he's serious and sincere about doing what he perceived to be the right thing and you'd be in there we might come out and Arezzo might come out of this whole Yo- whatever's coming here directly. We might be okay. You think we'll be okay clint who are going to be they want to help. It's just a different way Thanks for coming on for doing it early again. Hold on a second the nation's quadriplegics immobilizing Washington in support of stem cell research and Penn State T. shirt his awkwardly looked away from and now for the weekly feature. Your fragile susceptible mind already. Has Your Lips salivating for this. This is the onion week in review sources reported today that ten year old Brandon Thomas who is currently homesick at his friend. Kevin sleepover needs to just tough it out. I'll say like xbox right now. 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I'm Mike Clifford a GOP lawmaker critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban also so on Monday rundown health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN. A Republican looking member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday assailed President Trump's now castle plan to host Taliban leaders can't David for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of Florida and as we head into the anniversary of nine eleven I do not ever want to see these terrorists step foot on US soil period. Those comments from waltz came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David David Four secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled the meeting after the Taliban took credit for an attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including Ed American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging people not to use them Eric ticket off has our our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to a mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend folks. Stay away from these devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana. Although the state is looking into potential incidences Dr Greg Holes men is State medical officer served the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. We have something that serious consequences and we don't know what exactly going on protect yourself and stay away from new products at this time until we have a better understanding and hopefully to be a good time to stock the product completely the CDC says it's still unclear which vaping agents are responsible for the severe respiratory illness then it's cropped up there is a new text messaging resorts for young people to want to stop vaping at the Montana. 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Ns Virginia's just two months away from electing a new general assembly and this week Aarp Virginia's launch a voter engagement program help candidates and people aged fifty and older focus on key issues during the election today begins the programs I event a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia since her group is urging candidates candidates to reconsider a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty one thousand nine hundred General Assembly this would advocate for up to post housing dollar income tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able to claim that tax credit credit for fifty percents of their out of pocket expenses up to that thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million Virginians provide unpaid daily living care for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon Belt Initiative initiative was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Organ of L. CEO Says Group has submitted a measure for approval that would limit the number of checkout machines and stores to to not only we need to pass this ballot measure to get on top of automation. We need to establish in this states a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss and quality of life or going towards the northwest. This Grocery Association says that measures misguided and customers increasingly prefer self-checkout finally a simple conversation could save a life. That's just one of the messages in mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during National Suicide Prevention Week which runs through Saturday today Ohio suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand eight in two thousand seventeen and Austin Lucas with the House Suicide Prevention Foundation explains that social stigma still prevents people from seeking help. That's why he says it's crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly or are you thinking about killing yourself for you think about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially if they are really close to this person because they're anxious that this person might say yes how are having that conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes. Lucas says the next step is to stay with them and help connect them to resources that can help anyone in crisis. Prices is encouraged to text four H. O. P. E. Two seven four one seven four one Mary Sherman reporting this story was was produced in association with meeting the Public Interest and funded in part by George Gone Foundation. I Mike Clifford. Thanks for starting your week with Public News Service. We are member listener supported Ed raw live at public do service DOT. Org Take the table the farm manager in your the old it took two you ask in eligible and I can office for details. It took in Washington. Take me home yeah the world I yeah the they art yeah the the okay in a take. You don't try possible employees. It's continued economic recovery here draw rebuilt before workers. Take that you that's focused John How you're listening to the heartland newsfeed feed radio network at live dot hot land use fee dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's service killing newscast pass for Monday September the night twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford A. GOP lawmakers critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban Taliban also on our Monday rundown health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN. A Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday a sale president trump's now cancelled plan to host Taliban leaders can't David for for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of flawless and as we head into the anniversary we've nine eleven. I do not ever want to see these terrorists step foot on. 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The One with David Hayes of NGP on Chuck Yates Needs A Job Podcast

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The One with David Hayes of NGP on Chuck Yates Needs A Job Podcast

"Doing good more importantly how are you doing. I'm doing pretty good pretty good. Please tell me you're still just beautiful and bald. You could see me if you turn on your camera. I'm actually in the sound in the sound booth. I figured out that. I have a face for podcasting so i sit in the sound booth and we don't record video always yes i'm i'm quite bald. No no visible signs of growth returning the did they give you any expectations on that. This said three months. Is there any chance at takes hold. Let's just your look for now on or you begging for it to come back. I joke you know. It's it's grown on me in the in the sense that i can look in the mirror and not be like you know startled more than five. Look but i said you know. When when given the choice allah. I choose hair. So i've i've been bald twice once. Was that very first Why dc roast. We did and and all just not very attractive in then 'cause that was fat chuck and then skinny chuck was actually baldwin. James broach was going through brain cancer. We did the sympathy head shaved. And i looked better when i was skinny. But buddy clark called me scary. Chuck balk as a anyway. Saw his drop very honored today. My guest is fellow rice. Alum more importantly rice athlete baseball player. David hayes and you did something in finance right natural gas partners or something like that. Something fact i. I haven't checked. I haven't checked a historical calendar but Started in the summer of nineteen ninety eight. It might have been today. It was it was a. It was a monday at the end of june. So maybe the twenty nine th maybe the twenty six something that zip code so yeah twenty two twenty three years ago today and it took two years off to go to business school otherwise have been air your life for your life or natural gas partners. The did you. Did you had an investment bank before you went to business school or was it. Straight undergrad In gp and as i recall gp liked to send you guys off to get your mba and bring you back. Yeah i i spent I graduated from rice in nineteen ninety six and i spent two years merrill lynch in houston which was which was a great experience. A lot of lot of good people that i worked with are are still very prominent in a in a houston energy and finance market but a two two years there in an an. I got a call one day. From from a bruce l. kirk. Bruce yeah it was an gp and sort of sort opened a new opportunity in. I went and interviewed with ken in march. The ninety eight and the he didn't dislike me enough to not give me the job. So the that's the victory with kin. He didn't hate me. Yeah so anyway. I joined joined in the summer of ninety eight. So so i wanna come back to to natural gas partners in just a second but we really got to get to the to the real stuff so rice university after. Gosh i forget how many years he was actually there. We had wayne graham. We were really good in baseball. We won the national title. Fortunate incident happened. That you know graham was no longer at rice and We had another manager for two years but now we have a brand new manager. They announced last week. Jose cruz jr. Is he the guy you know. I i think he. He's got huge potential You know he's First of all. I've known him since we known entry school together and You know great guy. Hard hard worker comes from a family baseball people who you are just just a great family dedicated to to to family and into into baseball but You know we went l. middle school everything except high school. He went to bel air. I went to lamar so we played against each other and then he was highly recruited to rice. I was accepted as a walk on choosing choosing to go. You know due to a great school close to home as opposed to you know a other great schools further from home. That might have had baseball teams. That were more conducive to my skill. Level at that point but I i. I played my freshman year. It was coach cram. second year. He started he started in a move from sandjak to rice in in ninety one and made a big impact on that program just going. I'd say i can't remember exact numbers but they're like twenty the year before he came there like twenty five thirty five in it was with mostly the same people. Some augmentation figure later. There were thirty five and twenty five and then my freshman year which is his second year. We started the season. Something like twenty two. Into and and know mostly non conference games were stolen the southwest conference but he had recruited crews and you know some other notable freshman and that made an impact in once we got into conference. It was a little tougher. Your plan texas am in texas tack to them. But i'm still still not notable noted improvement and then every year from there is got a little better making that the the tournament in ninety five ninety six in both years they lost. I think ninety five lost to cal. State fullerton who went on to win the series and then in ninety six lost to lsu in the in the regional or super regional and it went on to win the college world series in the ninety seven main. They made it for the first time. That was on the backs of a lance berkman in lubbock crosby and some. You know some other really talented people again who who coach cram had head recruited in developed so my favorite my favorite berkman graham story that i've heard and actually berkman told this to me. Is graham one year. Got on some kick that you had to run a mile and seven and a half minutes or seven minutes or something and or now maybe it was. Maybe it was the three mile loop memorial. You had to run in twenty five minutes. There was some skill test involved with running and so berkman had literally setup that they would take off running and then a buddy was gonna pick him up in the back of a pickup truck drive around the loop and then let him off towards the finish line so he could sprint in and he could make it and anyway so berkman to do the run at eight o'clock so at seven thirty everybody's out there stretching getting ready and all this no berkman seven forty five everybody's zoom stretching still no bergman seven fifty seven berkman ch- pulls up in his car. He's wearing blue tight sweatpants. And he's painted his whole body blue because he doesn't have a shirt on and he's wearing a blue base Football helmet and he runs up and he tells coach graham. The blue streak is running the whole way graham and literally grams. Ira get your ass over there. They line up the hit. Go and just sprints off to the lead and berkman sitting there running. Because he's like great my buddy in the pickup trucks going to come pick him up. Well the guy never shows up supposedly hungover from the night before so burton and winds up running. The whole thing finishes the accomplishment whatever. It was twenty five minutes or whatever you had to do it but literally kind of passed out at the finish line. It was laying on the ground. And supposedly graham comes over to just start screaming at berkman. I know you cheated. I know you and he started kicking. Bergman got blue stuff all over his shoes at such a berkman and graham story. Yeah you know. I think one of on coach grams. I mean he's he's a brilliant guy in a. You know a student of human human nature and what i experienced The burkan is two years below me. And i went on the team by the time he got there but but still observed stuff and he he rode. He wrote the most talented people. The hardest. so you know i- i warmed up with crews many days You know before practice serve before games and in he would you know he'd be all over all over crews in have anything to say to me. He's like i got all day. He can't really run any faster. Although although in various did send me over to work with the track coach. And i did run faster. But you know it was interesting to see. I think in a lot of programs. A lot of coaches whether it's baseballer or or other organizations have nothing to do with athletics. The stars kind of get coddled. And i think what coach graham recognized his the the the the stars make the difference. Make sure that they're focused. In their in their maximizing their potential. And that's that is the difference maker in the games. The the less talented people. Who are there are there in part because they they bust their butt and riding them. Harder isn't going to get more output in therefore not really gonna change it so use you use your time and energy to to focus on the people that are really making a difference in and drive them but that's an interesting point. I had never thought about that. I didn't know that i'd i'd seen that in graham. 'cause i'd always heard berkman stories but you know the take always had was berkman was just a bit of a goof. Ed so you know he got under graham skin on purpose but now that you say that you know bill. Parcells was the same way Bill parcells supposedly re read the stars. Pretty hard like when parcells took over the cowboys. he Supposedly just started picking on darren woodson literally every day. If a rookie made a mistake he'd make darren woodson Do pushups and it was hearing woodson. Talk about it later. It was i you know. Hey if if he's controlling me like that and pushing me to do better everybody else's scared to death. It's going to work harder to so interesting. Take the thing i always found about. Graham always thought he was actually a bad game manager. I mean he was such a slave to the bond he was such a slave to the. The righty lefty matchups. I mean. I don't think he ever ever pinch hit for bubba crosby to get a righty lefty match up. But you know. I mean he. He did a lot of that stuff but boy when it came to player development and teaching those pitchers to throw that knuckle curve ball. I mean that that seemed to me to to be the thing that really set him apart and why we were so good for all those years. Yeah i mean. I think he did have a pretty. You know a focus on pitching of look look at the stats from the rice team. This year in pitching i was. I was astonished. The team your a is i. Don't have it in front of me. But it's it's like north four It's hard to find anybody that that had really impressive stats but you. You go back to what what seems like fifty years ago now. Eighteen years ago when they won the college world series and in a three pitchers or just the whole team era was probably below. Three is shocking. How how good. They were for their their fourth. Pitcher was Josh baker who still got drafted in the fourth round. I think that he was my Here's my the one one one summer. I did rice baseball campbell to summer. Ninety three josh baker was and my group and he was just head and shoulders above the other ten year olds. I think that but But anyway you know. Just such a focus on pitcher pitching development matt anderson who came in the same year as berkman. You know probably forgotten fact. he was the number one pick in the in the mlb draft in one thousand nine hundred. Seven berkman was number sixteen. The matt anderson came in as as a skinny kid. You know some some scout. I think tipped coach graham on inside. This guy's got potential. You should take take a risk on. I'm pretty sure he's from louisville kentucky. So hardly in the backyard of of rice and round numbers. Six six feet maybe one hundred and fifty pounds as a freshman in by the time he was a junior he was six four. Probably you know two hundred pounds in throwing a hundred hundred plus miles an hour and is tom. It was one of the first games he pitched. Maybe his major league debut it it a in arlington and he was. He was in the radar one of four but someone who had the vision to and the ability to develop somebody from you. Scrawny scrawny kid. It was it was throwing mid eighties to you know to what was two years ago or two years later young. There are other examples that prior prior to rice. I played against andy pettitte. It was two abedin. Adamy any played a deer park but he he was kind of a number two pitcher on his high school team behind. A guy named jay bought it went to ut and i think ultimately got drafted maybe in the second round but pettit was a kind of a kind of squatty left-hander through strikes but didn't throw that hard and we went when got drafted really late by the yankees like the twenty seventh round. Somebody's looking it up on wikipedia right now and Went to went to san jacker year in developed in. The yankee signed him for the next draft. But obviously he has a career that arguably hall fame caliber. And that was somebody coach. Graham and then of course roger clements coach cram also coached it. It sandjak a similar thing. You know he was. He was the number two pitcher on his high school team at spring. Woods behind a rayner. Noble was our assistant erase. When i was there but everybody knows what what clemens went on to do. But also a product of trams player development. Yeah i think. I think that the thing i heard about you know it was he would teach folks the knuckle curve which was an amazing out pitch and then the other thing he did was supposedly. He was really good about efficiency of movement. You know so. These pitchers would come with these big wind up. Stir ice and And he'd say time out you know not stepping back. We're not doing this over the head. i mean. Some pitchers even starting pitchers he made just pitch from the stretch. So that they wouldn't flail their flailer bodies around and so yeah there. There's no question i think on. The downside is probably had pitchers throw too much. I don't know that we wound up with as many great rice pitchers in the major leagues. Just because they were overworked. But i don't know if that's a fair criticism or not. Yeah it's it's hard to say. I mean the that was certainly always a criticism of of a cliff. Gustafsen taxes I think i think most players In there's more focus on it these days but you know twenty plus years ago gets were good pitchers were pitched at all levels I actually about. I think it was two thousand twelve. I went to a rangers game with. Can we sat in the owner's box. And i ended up sitting next to jim sundberg. There's a the was catcher for the rangers in the in the eighties and was president of the team at that time and Anyway he's he was telling me about about a study. Somebody had don in what they call the the select ball era and and it was really just a little bit younger than than i am a Specifically mentioned kerry wood and mark pryor. Who were feeding arms at it. Sort of a high school or college level and then had had a degree of success in in the major leagues but shore careers. And i think that's kind of what. You're you're touching on in. He the study. I'll forget the exact things but it was. It was something. It was american born pitchers who who had more than once say maybe two hundred innings in the major leagues and then american-born hitters. Who had more than a thousand at-bats and they just mapped where they were from. And there is a shocking Well the statement the obvious the hitters were mostly from the sun belt so call it north carolina down along the gulf coast across in up to northern california because they got to play around in the malcolm glad well ten thousand hours rule kicked in and they're just more of them from from a baseball baseball doesn't do very well with snow on the ground. Sorry yeah but Then you look to pitchers. They found that they are still obey baseball. Still more popular in the south but they found a a larger number from you know the upper midwest or even even. You know the northeast. The places like indiana and michigan. And and you know. I i think of tom glavin from bill rick massachusetts who you know he he played. He played baseball when the snow melted being played hockey when it was cold. But he the point being he didn't get overpitched. And then you look today you know you watch watch jacob degrom mean that guy is just the dominant fun fun to watch. But he was. He was a college shortstop got converted to be a pitcher and By some by virtue of that wasn't overpitched at the little league high school college level however you define that being overpitched and you know has has still has a gas in the tank and he has a lot of gas because he's throwing one hundred wha one pretty consistently But you know just just examples of it feels like i mean. I can remember pitching in especially for some reason summer league because i think we had dad's coaching. You weren't really paying attention. Know throwing a hundred and fifty inches in a game. Seven game now. That was a little bit of commentary on my Control but if you know nobody was nobody is keeping a pitch count and now you know it's gotten silly that your parents are keeping pitch counts as i. Can you know. The bell went off he. I got preserved my my kids arm for their major league career. I saw a stat watching watching the the vanderbilt mississippi state game last night to two percent of of college athletes. Go on to play in the pros. But i think you surveyed pick pick your pick your little league of taipei's whether the notes what westview or post oak you went out and surveyed the parents on any given nine set which these kids is going to play in the pros and you know they probably tell you the reality is if it will be very very very few. They'll be one every whatever wants a decade type thing. Yeah the yes still remember. It was wanna say it was against nebraska in a super-regional but i may be making it up. But i think kenny baugh through one hundred and eighty two pitches in a rice game. And i don't even know how he picked up his his arm afterwards but yeah. It was different days because i mean way back in the day. I mean walter. Johnson cy young. I mean this guys pitched every other day in and It certainly wasn't four days. Rest so okay. So you go from riots. She got in maryland treaty. Work with merrill lynch. I'm trying to think of. Who was the the team back. Then because they didn't by petri park men until mid two thousands. Yeah so who is. Who's back who is back at. The merrill lynch so chris mayes gave me my job offer. How okay you know. He's he runs. Morgan stanley Office there now has for the last five plus years Ir agreem- is it. Saudi yeah i worked closely together Regarding rainy office and sam dotson is Is now retired was was one of the heads in schuyler. Tiffany rive schuyler. They were kind of the three heads of the office. There's him rob jones bill. Montgomery is a quantum. Okay yeah rob patia who runs the core office was wasn't associate greg guy as one of the I think probably one of the hardest working sharpest bankers. I've i've ever interacted with gregg. Pitkin was air for a year before he left to go to leeman and man. That was a that was a stunning array of talent in that in that office. Because the cause of the previous incarnation of the merrill lynch office. I think he'd been sandy. Vaughn jean shepherd is now ceo. Brigham mike games who just retired as head of the energy group. It at raymond james. They were kind of all at all. At merrill merrill lynch and had just kinda in the wave of what banks did with energy staff up and they get rid of them as energy kind of went through it cycles. So you'd just missed that group. And i'd forgotten. I'd forgotten that the thing i heard about gordon is he used to be able to dictate a whole pitchbook. Like in one breath know dictated in his assistant. We type it up and it always be perfect. Yeah he's a he's a. He's an intriguing guy. In you know he would I was telling the story to with ira recounting the story with ira sometime in the past three or four months and he would come in my office than my officemate was guiding madams almond who is was it s for awhile and does a lot in service that on. He'd come in and play football rice before he got her. He go all right guys going to gym and it'd be eleven fifteen morning in. We didn't have a choice. It was just like stop what you're doing and come to the jam in we're gonna do whatever his little routine was you're going to have lunch and says the houston center glove which is above the The parking garage kinda next to the park shops and might get back in our and a half later but it was. It was what he what he dictated for us to do that day. So one day. I was working on something with iran. You know like the timeline was. We had to have it done by two o'clock for whatever reason ten in came in snapped his fingers said. Come on we're gonna jam in i. You know i said on this. This is the one day i'm gonna i'm gonna protests and say i just. I'm just too busy today. I said rick. I gotta get stein. iris iris. Waiting for it. And he i mean he just shut it down. Look to me is got big. And he said you don't work for ira and it was just you know i just. I just dropped it. And i got up to the gym like you know i got. I got two choices here and go to the gym and get fired. And and so i went to the gym at comeback. Iras like wire the hell of you. Ben and he starts. It's one of those shut the door. What are you thinking. And he's like next time you he tells. You gotta go. Jim you tell him you got stuff to do and i like i did that. How about next time you tell him and he kinda paused nari well. Let's just get it done. get it done. But the o- of a choice. I didn't have a choice. that's awesome. Ira was big talking. Vp at that point. I'm sure yeah that's about right. Yeah right but great. Great group of people very very talented. You know have gone onto to maintain those the senior positions. I mean at the time you know. Most of that group came from first boston. You're talking about the saint. Yvonne's the maryl- maryl- did some big coup. Where they hired. Rick and all those people and i want to say it was ninety three or ninety four Little you know a couple of years. Before i but they'd all moved over but the really you know i i asked One of our associates who was in the city. Aw office before coming to gps. How many analysts did you have at in the city houston office and he was like oh like twenty four. Like you realize the city of houston didn't have twenty four analysts positions when i came out of college in nineteen ninety six and there wasn't a winning. I don't even think it was close. We ed we had like six or seven positions emeril And then i. Boston probably had like five. And then you just go simmons head to and painewebber at one and pm barkman had one a you just have to. You know onesie tuesday until you got up to two to something. In the in the order of fifteen to twenty in just the growth in the east and energy finance community over the past twenty five years has been been pretty tremendous. But i still. I still interact with half a dozen plots of people that i worked with during those two years. Really count. Count them as friends and an industry contacts. So bruce selkirk called you you go interview with natural gas partners. You don't piss count off now. I heard something that i'm gonna. I'm gonna put you on the spot and you can confirm nor or deny or a or say no comment. I didn't know this. I always thought that Dave albans and ken hirsch co founded a co co founded natural gas partners. I just found out like within the last year. Kendall joined to like six months later. It was the rewrite of the narrative. That he was a co-founder is that true or false. I have wasn't an air. I'll tell you what you know from timeline. Perspective than you can make your own judgment. The the you know the concept of the natural gas partners which was a bit of a default name And so just backup a little bit. The genesis was from. Richard rainwater is is now passed away about about six years ago from a awful degenerative disease but Know famous investor made a ton of money for the bass family and then laughs zone ninety ninety six and then went on to Found companies like now hda healthcare who was instrumental in reorganising what became incensio and in pioneer And then crescent real estate. But you know richard. Richard was sort of this famous famous investor and sometime sometime in the nineteen eighty eight timeframe he met with mckinsey partner named just jeff skilling and jeff skilling had at a block the basically said the gas bubble near the oversupply from the from the early nineties is gonna supply demand is going to be come back and balanced. There's going to be a price of that. Prices are gonna pop and you just you want to be long natural gas when that happens And so richard was like. Hey you know make sense. Let's let's find an investment vehicle to you know to profit from that so he he called up. I think addiction rat it was running. You know of the deal. Jay acronym but a diction route was running equitable insurance company. New york and to to put money behind the deals especially stuff richard Retreat said. I got an idea and it's really to you. Know to get long. Natural gas. And then richard When when he was still at the bass's had worked with david ogden and alban Came out all fellow. Ones stanford graduate eighty one in worked worked in new york in the goldman energy group and then went back in gaza. Nba stanford graduate in eighty five and then went to work for this joint venture. It was called built bass investment limited partnership that was a joint venture in greenwich connecticut between the bass family and drexel burnham and. I don't think they had a particular focus on energy. But probably you know some energy deal flow. But richard new david and knew he had energy experience so he recruited david to do it many. He picked up as a story as he picked up in institutional investor and said who's the leading natural gas analysts knows guy named gamble baldwin from first boston who who was actually the the research analysts. When regarding ran the first boston group and anyway he was kind of the luminary but he was you know he was close to retirement at i. I met him a handful of times. He passed away. Maybe maybe no three ed give or take. Eighty eighty eighty four years old. But but anyway that was kind of you know quicker recruit and then ken. Ken was at stanford business school He graduated in eighty nine and was sending letters. He's from dallas sending letters back to potential job opportunities back in the dfw area. He was sending some to richard and at some point. Either richard or somebody in his organization saw that can can had worked at the morgan stanley. And so richard made a couple calls and and got a good Good references on can and so he called him in in camp tells the story because richard Until until he was incapacitated would always have his assistant call So you pick up the phone and it'd be as assistant chico. please hold for mr rainwater and sep. So can you know gets a call this out out in his dorm room at stanford. he thinks. it's some of his buddies. Screw tom but You know he. He hears this voice. Richard had a real kind of jovial voice. And he says. Richard says you want the quote in cans like what you want the quote and he goes. Okay mean quoting somebody what they said and it was. You know somebody that. Richard call it. It morgan stanley energy group in and saying kim's praises so basically they worked out a little consulting gig where can in his spare time was going to go going to kind of verify. I think the mckenzie study on on on on the near term near near long-term natural gas prices. And so you know. Ken tells a story. You know sends richard raceway a bill for five thousand dollars retainer Ten days later he gets a fedex in it's a check from rainwater inc but that that was his project that he did his second year and and he tells a story about coming home to dallas for around thanksgiving and in richard having come over and in present is studying that he had done. And you know copied at kinko's and bound but i e presented his study too. I think the decision maker the final decision makers it equitable. So the the the the The date on the tombstone for the first signed which was a hundred million dollars. I think it was entirely with exception of gp. The equitable insurance companies is is november of nineteen eighty eight. So is right around. The you know that time So you know he he was. He was there in involved but didn't technically become an employee or or you know part of the organization until he graduated in whatever may june of of eighty nine. So it is it is fair to say he was he was a he was a co founder. I kind of liked it as the the The slot and i like kennel. Lot obviously but The slightest side of yeah. You weren't there at the beginning where you can. But i guess you can't really say that you know was he was he You know named as a co managing partner and the formation documents no but but you know funk he was he was present. Here's president and and you know the the name natural gas partners because it was. It was really designed to be an event driven bet on natural gas prices. Put it natural gas in brackets and then it was gonna be renamed to something partners. You know something more creative and it kept going through these drafts of the document. Nobody addressed it and nobody came up with a better name. And eventually they got down to less than a handful of of things and they said what are we gonna call this thing like. I don't know just take the brackets off. Tell that's how became natural gas partners. Now you know years later you know. Call it sometime. In the early two thousands we created the the holding co. and sort of the swoosh logo and and that's when you n. g. gp energy capital was formed. And we kind of dropped just the you know the very generic and somewhat boring natural gas partners name in and made it a little. You know little. Give it a little more sizzle. And so i can. That was kuenz idea. So if you wanna say you know. He was a founder of njit energy capital. That's true because because that was created subsequent to the original athere but a either way was involved in the very early days and clearly is vision. Leadership was was very important to the growth. The growth of the firm out. Yeah clearly a main needs to kind of funny stories to that. One of the speeches. I had to give the ip aa capital conference. They wanted me to get up there. And compare and contrast every private equity fund. And i was like. That's a no win situation. I you know. I say something bad about a competitor. Though of course. Ride me about it. If i say all nice things people say You were just throwing softballs up to puff pieces up on your competitors. And so what i did and i think you and i've talked about this. Hopefully i'm not breaking new ground here but What i'd done was i compared each of the each of the private equity funds to rock bands and in gp i actually said was The beatles because you guys did start it. I mean as the beatles created pop music. And all i mean in. Gp clearly created this business. Now i did throw in the side. Note that when y'all yourselves or sold fifty percent of yourselves to barclays you did it so you could talk in a british accent. Not sound anymore pompous than you already are but you know that was that was the funny side of the speech was it was only forty percent of only forty forty percent. I actually heard original pitches. Fundraising pitches for n. Gp the joke would be made that we were actually Founded by Two michael milken at drexel and jeff skilling at enron and supposedly Those jokes didn't go over very well and they avert there were some fundraising meetings at started. That way i never heard that but but that might have been came in ten years into the just under ten years into the funds life so that might have been an attempted. Humor that in early earlier fundraising. That didn't go over well but they there's you know there's a little bit of truth to it. Yeah now i i. I learned very quickly the to watch the jokes around. Lp's because Not not the not the fun the the funniest bunch and the like and you do need to be taken seriously so settling Just a quick. You know if you've probably gotten one of our business cards the same. The same paper. Texture is as long as i've been there. I think as long as the firm spin around and that paper texture was taken from from drexel business cards. It is from the sane printer in la. The did all of all of the drexel business card. So can michael milkin never had any involvement never anything shady but there that that bass investment limited partnership joint venture. That david alvin came out of the things they carried over the a little a little thing like that and it just you was adopted it edgy. P. it's that's that's the history so you know obviously when you when you get booted from a private equity fund firm they make you clean out your office and take all your stuff away. So i was a bit of a pack rat. I'd been cain. Call it twenty years. And i just kept boxes of stuff and i wouldn't throw things away and you know cleaning out my office taking that stuff you know bringing it home and kind of going through it to to put away. I actually found a business card of william quinn listed as i believe a principal or like director. I don't think it was vice president but it was. It was definitely not billy quinn managing director billy. Quinn co managing partners or whatever the case may be and it was william william quinn at one point you know we still have that title of the principal but the funny the funny thing was. Here's a here's a funny can can story so i started. We have business cards with no titles. So you know there were. There wasn't Maybe we obviously we had a hierarchy. Billy billy i mentioned bruce calling me but then i had a phone interview with billy. He was still at at At stanford and ultimately bruce went to be the cfo at it. Encore when when john bromley started that and i work with billy day to day but but we didn't have titles on our business cards and then You know after a year. My my foreigner and crime is was a guy named brian. Crumley is one of the the principals at vardis investments. Today great guy and after year we have basically moved laterally from banking for the same salary and and bonus structure which is fine. You know we got to invest in the and that was that was the real benefit But you know after a year can call called send a his office and just out blue and we're both saying earning okay. What's up. I want you to know that i'm promoting you guys and like Okay cool like what. Are you promoting us to will your your associates now. Okay okay What what were we before. He's like your analysts before okay and then we were look each other. You know thinking thinking or anything more. Is this come with with any compensation. Booster anything we got. We got a little bold and and we started the jabo and we're like really like in our car didn't say anything before so i didn't know what we were. But if you say so in said yet your associates now are okay cool. And we're kind of pausing waiting for something more. It's not comment. So brian said is that it goes yup. That's it thanks guys in or like really. There's no there's no raise it comes along with the promotion goes out. What are you guys. Make now and i think it was forty five. Gram like forty five grand. Guess about sixty five or cool. We got up and left up. Walked out in high five. Okay we either. We're going to get a chance. We both got fired there but we you know we got you almost a fifty percent bump in pay so that was welcome to be an associate. That's funny that's awesome my favorite kin story. is so i do this roast every year For the charity. I'm on the board of why you see after school literacy program and i know you've been to of a few of them and the first year we had mike land of linn energy the second year we had will van low of quantum. But what. I figured out was never asked the man of the hour if they'll be the man of the hour because some will feign modesty. Oh i'm not worthy of this honor. Other people are just like nen and a now. You're not roastin me. I'm not touching this. So what i figured out for that third year of the roast is you. Don't ask him hersh. Will you be the man of the hour. You go get john wines. Earl and you get billy quinn and you're like all right. How do we get ken to be the man of the hour. 'cause the The and you know it's odd of meat. Essay of wine zero in quinn the underlings but the underlings are always a big fan of having the boss man the bosman roasted so anyway weinzierl and billy were like okay. We're on this and wind. Joe calls me one day. He says call kim tomorrow morning at eight thirty. He's expecting your call. And so anyway. I call cannon i launch into these underprivileged kids and how this rose pays the annual operating budget and all these kids you know can't read but we do such a great job and i kind of lay it out you know. Sorta nervous tics about nine eight or nine minutes. Those storing kenza response was so what you're telling me is of. I'll get my balls busted for babbitt. Our some kids are gonna learn to read. I'd have to be a real asshole. The say no to that. Okay i just get so. He was a good sport. I mean he. He came and got roasted. he laughed. He was. He was as funny as i've seen in his speech at the end was incredibly funny. Made fun of everybody in the room but it was also incredibly gracious As you know we all know. Kim is one of the best speakers in the world so his roast was a was a lot of fun. You've had to adjust scale and even shrink back your office before. Maybe you're at a big established company or maybe at a public company with ample resources at this time. You're a startup. The game's changed. But hey good news. Clean slate to do things differently. The not so. Good news your. Gna budget is limited. Everyone in your organization wears multiple hats. So what do you do you hire. Eaga one source the experts and taking back processes to the next level by saving companies real dollars covering accounting land and production functions and easily integrating your asset as the team behind your team. Check them out. At www dot e. h. e. one source dot com. That is the number one for the number one. Backoffice sourcing group in the game he eight one source so what are what. Are you seeing these These days kind of in your vantage point at at natural gas partners. And i kind of think of sort of three buckets. Maybe you could touch on is one just kind of what's lp cinnamon out there. I mean i. I've only talked really over last year to lp's just in a personal level you know. Hey how you doing. I haven't really heard much in terms of appetite for energy etc and then also love to hear what your take is on the imminent market. These days i mean there's just been record low volumes and like but it feels like it's picking up and then just if you touch on spac stuff. Because i know you guys have Have done a couple of things there and and it'd be interesting to hear a little bit about what's going on in that world sure I'm spent a lot of time talking. Lp's over the past year. But i'll tell you high high level the two the two major themes as it relates to traditional energy our desire for yield. If you're you know the the the discussion of shale is growth in industry is like charlie brown's teacher around wire don't wanna hear that on a year how you're going to generate returns and then in january yield so very very much in line with with the public the sentiment around the public companies that in your take on that is it from existing assets or is there potentially new money available. If you had more of a yield approach my sense was it was more. Hey guys we've invested a lot of money with you. Please start giving it back to me. There's certainly an element of that. But i think i think you know also You know potential new money. It'll be a in in smaller quantities than what was available three three plus years ago But it's it's heavily overlaid with the s g so you know the. There's not a desire to go choir. Two thousand old well bores. That are not well well-maintained in just send me a yield. That's that is you know the they want to yield. But they want it done responsibly. So you know finding finding the right type of assets that You can have reinvestment can generate good returns but can also sore be self sustaining end in something that You know Checks all of the right. Es g boxes. I think that's kind. That's kind of what people have interest in if it if it falls out of that in any way it's going in you tell me what you're doing in in energy transition and then that's you know that's obviously very popular Growing place where capital seeking good opportunities. Yeah now that's i. You know. I had damn pickering on the podcast about three weeks ago and we were going back and forth just on investors and i was probably you know a lot. Part of it was just for a fact that But i was pushing dan just a little bit but it just you know. It's always been a cycle and i used to always joke with. Lp's that when you feel like giving me the money you really shouldn't but when you feel like you don't wanna give me the money that's when you should just kind of given the nature of cycles and And the like the the thing. I feel though is it just feels like this time. It's i mean they're are just members of boards of trustees and foundation board members in the like that have just said flat out no more hydrocarbons and it literally seems to reach to the point of if you're investing in something that makes a hydrocarbon cheaper or more easily available are answers no and so you know dance dance. Take on this was a. It's more the red problem than the green problem. When we show that we can make money for folks again then then investors will will come back but it. It'll be interesting to see how that that plays out. Because i mean you're right. The the energy transition world i mean it's a tidal wave. It's happening and it's it's not just government regulatory it is investors. It's consumers i mean it's my kids you know. My kids talked about wanting renewables and wind power and and the like so. Yeah it's it's it's it's a different interesting world definitely in in lp landon. It'll be interesting to see if we hit one hundred dollars oil. What is that actually do. Does that shake more money out are we have. We permanently changed the capital base. That's going to be available to the domestic entered in industry. And i just don't know that. Yeah i i think you're right. I think certainly the red problem Has been an issue for the past five five or so years But but there is. There's a desire by power powerful organizations to make to make traditional hydrocarbon based energy uninvested people. And there's there's things that are virtuous about that. There are things that are just not practical about it. i i'm a big proponent of alex epstein got philosophy of energy abundant cheap energy makes the world better in in our their trade-offs there clearly trade offs in lots of lots of things that directionally make the world better But but certainly there's there are pools of capital. The that say no. I'm not i'm not. i'm not going to do it. So what's going on out. In emanate world. I mean are people buying stuff again. It feels like people are buying stuff not in huge volumes. But certainly doesn't feel like a year ago. Yeah i mean this time of year ago for much of last year. The you know the assets that were trading hands or through some some form of bankruptcy reorganization Very very few high quality assets she coming available in the market Think now with gas about three dollars. Oil seventy dollars. There's a things things are turns acting. There's there's not as much capital out there. Certainly not the public companies are you know there's consolidation but not not a lot of appetite for cash cash purchases. So it's it's really private pools of capital that have come in some of the some of the well-established players and then others pop up. Where the vitale's stuff that the put up their their capital to acquire large assets. We've been active in but very selectively. There's a there's not as desire to get long just to get long. It's where do we have. Companies that are established in with the base foundations and an from a Making money standpoint and our there strategic bulletins that makes sense for them if so then then we may maybe president of not women Show up at all in any form. It kind of to your to your point. I was talking with Mike kinds the other day and 'cause he's still at kane and obviously more in touch with things than than than i am. And mike was saying that he felt that multiples being paid were traditional type multiples that united seen earlier in our careers. Pd ppv ten peavy. Twenty to twenty five for pud and the like and where we kinda disagreed and at least had had some argument on is is he said well those are the multiples we can see and i go. Okay fair enough. But i don't see a lot of transaction volume being done to your point not a lot of transaction volume being done with cash and where i see it with cash i can explain the buyers rationale by look. They had an unlevered balance sheet coming out of bankruptcy and so they went and did a high yield deal at four and a half or five percent so that was truly kind of their incremental cost of capital. So it's okay to pay. Pd ppv ten. Pud pv twenty. When you're incremental costs is five percent not an all in cost maybe fifteen percent or something that we might have used sorta back in back in the day. And then you can explain a couple of the acquisitions of maybe you know. Some funds had had some money burning the whole burning a hole in their pocket and the like but any thoughts on kind of the debate. We had a both of us wrong. One of us right it. I think there's civility on both sides. I i have seen a retrenchment to you. Know away from the n. a in a v. Every location too much more. You know start with pcp and then sort of build up what what is High certainty and keep increasing the discount. I think your point on that is valid. And i think whether it's mike's pointer your explanation mike's point Around deals traded to certain buyers because they had a unique dynamic be interesting interesting to see the bid. What what what all the banker which is here. Here's the top bid. And what is the the histogram look like the distribution of of the rest of the beds my guess is in a lot of cases. The the mean is is often me-meeting Often pretty pretty pretty far below the top buyer. Now that you you bring up something that i think's dirty little secret of our of our business and i purposely never am i time mccain went back and calculated it but it was always someone posed the question at one point. What if we had to sell to the second place better on all these transactions. We did the track record. Look like on that. And we. I mean we had some stunning times. Where literally the the number one bidder was three and four times number two. So yeah it's it's to your to your point. The selection bias on this one asset buyer situation and all that plays a big role and ultimately. What's get what gets paid. What's happening announce back land. Seemed like they were on fire. And now it slow. It's slowed up in when i spackman. It's one getting them done and then to backing them yeah I don't spend ton of time on our efforts but but You know we've been involved. We sold a couple of upstream companies over the past decade. Resolute in centennial suspects More involved in that more recently raising specs raised one upstream in seventeen. And then you had to deal with the qa payback and stuff in late. Eighteen in the market fell apart in. We let that deal fell apart. Escape the money back which might might be the best performing upstream back over that time. But it's the responsible thing to do rather do no deal than than a bad deal and then we we pivoted. We raise raised one in nineteen to really go after minerals when when the whole narrative around match shifted and in early twenty it was that they were out. There was a three hundred plus dollars back and available in in to back other businesses. And you know we were. We were credible sponsor in energy. Broadly on the stars aligned in the deal with chargepoint came along and And so that's you know that went down when public fear this back in has is traded up into the forties back down with sentiment. Now sort of performing ed's back in the in the mid mid thirties Yesterday so you sent me a picture of yourself. The other day and i noticed you were ball and had a striking resemblance to pit bull. That was a that was a picture. My wife and kids. And i did a a murder mystery at home and and we dressed up so i put on tuxedo but the lack of hair is a result of chemotherapy. As it as my my raspy voice I thought you were just happy to see me. But okay and started smoking during covid i. I finished basically two months of chemotherapy on on june eleventh discovered. cancer at the march and started chemo. on on april sixteenth. Did twenty one treatments over two months and got poked with Lot of needles. That as of right now. I'm i'm very pleased with with my status. Haven't been cleared. But if at least reestablish that what's detectable in my in my blood that was abnormal fifty times normal and is now back normal ranges so positive outlook and hope opened a move past it the now. Let's assume deal. Yeah that's that's really good to hear and you know when you when we were when we were texting and then we then we talked about. It was testicular cancer. My dad's a doctor in what he always said about medicine was when somebody would say what are my chances of living dad would always say it's either one hundred or zero binary you are. You aren't so they can tell you you have a ninety five percent chance of survival but at the same time. It's always scary going to go through what what do what did you learn in that. That may be kind of going through it that you'd want to share with other people that you know because unfortunately we're all getting to the age where stuff starting to break on all of us. Yeah you know. Like like. I had a doctor told me very early on. He said like every cancer is an emotional crisis. Years is not a medical crisis and the survival rate for testicular. Cancer is ninety ninety plus percent. It's it's a very high. There's there's something like ten thousand cases a year in the united states. now there's you know basically a death today but you know you think about about that and you know it's it's unfortunate but but the the of modern medicine is that it is very curable and it it's more much more common among its most common cancer among fifteen thirty five year olds. I'll be i'll be forty seven In about a month. But there's another wave there's another wave that's kind of early to mid forties to early to mid fifties. It's not as high as as the younger case. I think most people here. Here's somebody or know. Somebody has gone through this. They probably went through it in their call. It in their twenties or late teens But it but it is. It is a viable sort of in your in your mid fifty plus or minus five years. So i think when you're fifty. Plus or minus. You're you're more in tune with probably more responsible in terms of regular preventative medicine. Type things The i had that in the middle of covid at a full physical cooper clinic. And i don't this came up in between So i think it probably probably came about some time in october. November and i was scheduled at another full physical basically. You'll i may this year. And i was fortunate to detect it. Call it six six weeks earlier than that but but certainly you know for for younger people. I know you. You know when i was at merrill lynch for example i got the doctor. I think i didn't even go to dennis for at least one year right. I drink a lot of dr pepper. So at i two cavities at the lawyer. But you know not ignoring not ignoring small stuff But also not being hyper paranoid is kind of. There's kind of a balance but You know this cancer along with my brother-in-law who's four years older than i am. Almost to the day discovery a prostate cancer for years ago forty forty six years old and it was just kind of luck that his doctor checked his. Psa because a lot of doctors don't check your psa until fifty plus is doctor injected. He had stage for prostate cancer right now. He's you know he's he's in good shape but but a subsequent to that. I know i know anything about it. I know my grandfather had prostate cancer on his like eight years old but You know that's that's what you hear a lot more of you. Don't hear about these cancers happening well indicate prostate avenue earlier. A point being you know it doesn't take much for for the lab to check your psa when you're used ask them to it and if it comes with an extra fifty or one hundred bucks just pay it. Pay in in. Have peace of mind because early detection in for testicular. It's a bit of a myth that The physical detection is is kind of the first inning. it can. it can be present and not show itself physically which i think was true in my case And by the time it does show itself physically you can detect it or a doctor can detect it. You may be in baby in the fourth or fifth inning. Which is kind of kind of where i i was and but the detectable in your blood. In fact there's a there's a hormone called Beta h g which is which is president all humans but but it is it is the the hormone that is detectable in females. When they're pregnant so the the funny funny thing comes about this is. I think i would have failed. Pregnancy test In early early march. But you know that that that hormone isn't is is present in negligible quantities. Unless you have a tumor. Like i did. And so if if they detected in your in your blood they can say we got. We got problem. We gotta we gotta check on this so another early detection that i don't know what it takes for You know for the labs to do that. In normal course but knowing what i know now if i was twenty eight years old and being responsible and going in and getting physical in their drawn blood i'd say hey can you check. Check my beta h c g. I don't know that worried about psa but mayes will ask him at that to Some little things about that but at the same time these things are still relatively rare. It's you don't need to live your life in fear of cancer but does happen. I don't have any any cases of early cancer in my in my family history so it wasn't something that i was going to going and again my annual physical say you know. I've got a history of early colon cancer or some something that a lot of people do deal with family. Industry may have to be much more vigilant. I think i was responsible but not didn't have any reason to fear for the gene that was known to to cause early cancer. We you're really cold talk about that. I kind of chased you down to to make you talk about it. Because i think one of the things a lot of us have done Is with kovin the fact you couldn't go to hospitals except for covid related stuff. It's it's been a couple years since i've gotten A physical and so kind of the the call to arms of go get yourself checked out once a year because it's it's amazing what they can do in terms of drawing your blood and testing for stuff and you're right. Early detection is the key in a lot of things and Goes a lot of doctors. You know there's there's Inspections that none of us really enjoy. But they are important to detections. And i think some doctors like i'm not worried about this little. Skip that and in your. You know what you're there give give them to check it mutton likelihood but the benefits of early detection are are huge. My my dad. My dad always says is number one. It's your body so you're the only one that cares about it or cares about it the most so you need to take care of it and dad always says to. There is nothing wrong with asking anyone for a second opinion. And in fact if your doctor is upset they are asking for a second opinion. You have the wrong doctor because because exactly to your point i mean my my. Gp is great. I've known her since i Since we went to rise together and we've been friends and all but you know she gave me the heads up of. Hey you know the the guidelines now on on psa and all that is age fifty. And i'm like well. Hey i'm i'm just worried about that because catching that stuff early good and so she you know i don't know six or seven years ago. Sent me to urologists of made. Sure i get that stuff checked. Speaking of your unpleasant tests you have to take. Yeah yeah no. I found You know another another lesson chemo. Well it's different for every every cancer. Now the only real discussions. I've had about it in any adapter was a friend. Some work colleagues who who are either currently or have gone through breast cancer and compared notes but You know a a learning from from chemo. Was you have to be the after your own advocate. There everybody everybody involved as well intentioned. But they're they're kind of stretched thin and you've got you know for example on the hardest part for me was was getting an iv day in and day out. I had three times during chemo. Were where i went for five days straight For seven hours a day. And that's that's kind of a whipping but but The ivy processes is unpleasant. Because you got you gotta get creative and feel feel like a junkie you know. Where am i gonna or am. I going to get put the needle tomorrow. You're gonna worry about tomorrow but it's not the time to be a test dummy for for rookie rookie nurses I said they have to learn to just like you know you're not gonna learn. Made go with the veteran at a couple times early on where it was. You know four six tries and you know they were. They were as paid as i was You know try. They were trying hard but wasn't working in is call call in the vet and and you know here comes here comes that and design boop got it like god thank you make you make that mistake a couple of times. You're like know appreciate you. You know you're you need to learn to call him the vet now. Yeah now. I i could see that growing more prevalent each time you go in you know david hayes. You're very cool to come on in and chat and really appreciate you sharing that story. 'cause it's Like you said earlier you know a lot of us have put medical stuff on the side for the last year because of covid and quite frankly a lot of us put medical stuff on the side. Just because we're busy were macho males and you're right. Early detection means a lot and being. Your own. advocate means a lot. And so it's it's something we all need to think about and just accept responsibility for. Yeah well said. I'm a. I'm working hard to put it behind me but Obviously i'm a hold my firm in co workers in high esteem but You know this this experience in just kind of how how. They rallied around me Just just took work wherever wherever they were in multiplied multiplied by five or ten Same is true with my my wife and kids and family in a broader friend group which you among them For being a great support system and the the little things matter you know. Like i said every every every cancer is emotional crisis in his is rational as i was doctors. Tell me you know this is a ninety eight plus percent you still have kind of dark dark moments story I said i started chemo. On april sixteenth in. I think it was wednesday. The fourteenth i. I told the firm. At least you know the broader firm on monday and a lot of outreach. How can i help. What can i send e what can do at. I took my school driving driving home to start start work for the day and i was just kind of just kind of a bad emotional state. That was thinking a lot about about what does starting. They're starting in terms of chemo. And i was like you know i. I need to snap out of his funk and was about mile from hall. And i picked up my phone i said. Hey siri play paradise city those drums. They start in it like my stress level just immediately dropped in half and i said you know this is this is i what i can do. People wanna be helpful. I can i can give them the opportunity to participate and so i sent an internally. I said i said here's a way to help me. I said send me send me a song. That's either happy or or sort of inspiring as said and i'm gonna make a playlist for both in and you know depending on my mood What i kind of need it that day or that moment. I'm gonna. I'm gonna play one of those two playlist and people loved it and so many people from the firm. Sometimes they whole playlists but you know that it might have been one song or five songs or playlists and and i think it was really a way to bring people who otherwise that cared. But what can you do. You know you can't. You can't go in sub n. Say hey let me you know. Let me let me take. Let me take your ivy's for the day so you can't do that But the you know the emotional support is is key and just little things senate attacks saying how you doing It it makes a difference so if you know if you know people in everybody will know somebody who goes through hopefully a friendlier form of cancer. But but be you'll be available to support even if it's just little stuff. It makes a difference. Yeah now that's that's really good advice. Because i mean at the end of the day. I think we all sorta knew what human connection and i mean you. You knew this with your business partners. You know this with your wife you can read the person and go either not in the best mood anita do something or or whatever and i think kovin quarantine and that isolation really two things one. It caused a lot of despair and grief just the isolation but to it really nailed home. Just how important it is to have those interactions and so i think that's great advice and i hope listeners. Take that to heart and you're right just reaching out with a. Hey how you doing. Hey you wanna grab a beer on zoom. Hey how's this. Those things can mean a lot. I clearly didn't go through anything near as bad as you did. I just got fired and it turned out to be a relief but man the folks that reached out kind of after that. Hey just want to check see how you doing. It really does mean a lot. Well david hayes year very cool. I appreciate you coming on thing. It was every it was everything i could do. The for us not to repeat our duet of was it summer loving that we sang at the The ski fest was conditioned on you. Doing on olivia's olivia newton. John's but yeah and i did it. Well i'm just saying or as well as i good all right david hayes. Thank you so much for joining me thanks.

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Babies don't know how to delay gratification location babies have to have instant fulfillment babies have to have focused turn their feelings short-term thinking manipulated by their moods. I've got to have it now now. That sounds like American culture. We have a very immature spiritual baby culture where everybody everybody wants to talk about my rights. I gotTa do what's best for me and not their responsibilities. God says I want you to grow up mark chapter four verse or seventeen talks about shallow people and says some people have such a shallow soil of character that when their emotions wear you're off of praise the Lord praise the Lord and difficult the arrives. There's nothing to show for it. They're fairweather believers verse so I my first purpose is to know him and love him back. Then God formed me for his family. My second purpose is to get in his family family the church and learn how to love other people then God created me to become like Christ and the third purpose of life is the grow up spiritually spiritually. He wants me to grow up spiritually. You might write that down the number four the forth purpose of life is once once you begin to know God and Love God and you begin to grow in God then he once you learn to serve him and here's the fourth God shaped me to serve him God shaped me to serve him and he uniquely shaped you in a way like no one else. There are no two people on the planet the same you are unique in every single way. You have a unique voice print. You have an unique reprint. You have a nick thumbprint fingerprints. You have a a unique footprint. You have a unique chemistry. You have a unique heartbe. No heart beats the exactly the same as any other God creates every snowflake flaked different God over does it in diversity and variety God does not clone anything humans do but God never copies and never clones so nobody in history before you will ever be like you and nobody after you in eternity in the future will ever be like you and God uniquely Cliche you to fulfil a unique purpose here on the planet earth and this is the contribution. He wants you to make now remember that in heaven one of the things you're going to do is you're going to serve God and so God wants you to learn to practice here now. Here's what the Bible says so. I'm one thirty thirty nine verse Thirteen u-shaped me God I inside and then out and formed me in my mother's womb home now here at saddleback. We used a little cross to to say the unique shape that God has given U. S. h. e. spiritual gifts heart ability liddy personality and experiences five categories where you're different in every area there from everybody else for instance. God is giving you unique spiritual gifts. You're you're gifted in some areas and you don't even realize it one of the things about giftedness. You're good at some stuff and you think everybody's good at it but they're not you're good at it and then then God gives you unique cart. What is your heart? That's your passion. Your Passion is what you love gifts what you're good at passionate what you love to do. Have you ever realized that the the reason you like some things and don't like some things God gave you that shape wire. Something's really interesting to you and other things bore you to tears because of your heart your your your motion your passion. Why are some things some hobbies you're interested in others? You couldn't care less about some things wine. You're crank and turn you on. Something's something's bore you to tears. God made us all with different parts emotional hearts. We all like to do different things why that way everything gets done. Everybody would like to do the same thing in life. There'd be a lot left undone so god gives us all different interests and different hearts came from God. We're given different abilities so some of you are really good at math. Some of these stink at math. You should never look at a number. You're not good at some of you are good with words and others. You're so you're not good with words. You may be good with plants. You may be good with animals may be good with people some of your good at dry. Some of us are just stick figure kind of people. You may be good at music. You may be good at mechanics. There are literally thousands of different kinds of abilities and that's what makes shapes you you and then there's your personality. We all have different personalities. Some people like routine. Some people like they want to do the same thing every day. Some people like variety they want to do. It's something different every day. Some people like to work in a group of people like to work on their own personality. Some of you are our morning song birds and some of you are are night owls. Okay how many of you are more people. You like this like up into the pool. Let's get going one man your morning people all right. How many of you are neither else is? I don't believe in God before eleven. Am Yeah now let me let your linen little secret morning. People always marry night people. It's God sense of humour opposites attract and opposites attack and God puts you the Gab because this'll be fun. Watch the sparks fly. It'll be really cool and the reason why is we need each other's differences. If you married somebody identically like you you're going to be bored with them and you can't grow the greater your differences the greater the potential for growth the greater you can become like Jesus Christ now. God says I've shaped you to serve serve me and then the last thing says I give you experiences S. H. API every experience in your life shapes you the good ones and the bad ones and God uses family experiences you had grown up even bad ones and painful ones. He uses them for good. He uses family experiences. He uses vocational experiences. The job you had educational experiences the stuff you learn in school and outside of school he spiritual experiences personal experiences emotional L. experiences but the number one thing God uses in your life to shape you for serving him is painful. Experiences God's whispers to us in on our pleasure but he shouts to us on our pain. Pain is God's megaphone pain is how God gets your attention. We don't change when we see the light we change when we feel the heat and God says yes. I even use the painful experiences. I don't plan them. I don't we're GONNA broken planet. You're going to have plenty painful. Experiences caused by other people and by yourself. God says I can even use that to shape you to serve Me Fiji's Chapter Gra tubers ten says this God made us what we are that shape us and in Christ Jesus God made us just to watch TV all day on that's not what it says play video games that God made us. What what I can't hear you? Would you circle that phrase. God made us to do good works. This is the fourth purpose of your live. God made you to do good works now. The word for do good works in the Bible is called Ministry. You have a ministry St on Earth. Not everybody's a pastor but everybody has a ministry. Your Ministry is anytime you use your shape. That's your talent your ability all I now to help other people in God's name. That's called the ministry. 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We've been going through this study for the last eight weeks in a small group but the two of US listen again to this segment because I wanted to make sure that my neighbor understood her salvation and that she had perfect assurance that she was say that there was no doubt undermine well we had a wonderful wonderful session as we watched you teach us how to have a relationship with Jesus how to believe God's promises to know for sure that we're safe returning pastor rick we bowed our heads as you lead in that salvation prayer and when the DVD was over we reviewed what we had learned and now my neighbor knows knows for absolute certainty that she's a child of God she saves. She's going to heaven and next week. We're going to start the healing choices. DVD study kit were both very excited to start this new study Joanne. 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You're listening to the hot land use feed radio network at live dot heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's sixty six sixty six forty your future lies in sixty six forty sixty eighty six books by authors and yet we now discover gets an integrated message system from outside our time domain welcome to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Coin Aena House and coin and the Institute today's Bible Teachers Dr Chuck Mesler connecting the Bible to your life and the world around you in today's study Dr Mr Continues his teaching on the Gospel of John Chapter Twelve any time that you and I as gentile say may miss something. Thank the Pharisees come to our rescue any time. Do they get upset. That's a clue that's the way we got something underlying we'd better understand because they're responding to something that we gentiles might not be some of the Pharisees from among the mood multi master rebuke your disciples the gentlest standing by watching you see what's wrong with our senior senior Psalm Psalm Book. No the Pharisees realized that singing that Song under these conditions uh-huh is declaring him as the Messiah and they assume that that they shouldn't be blasphemy now. There's a lot in this that that means that declaring Hamas Zaia is declaring him as God wouldn't be blasphemy. If you've just some anointed profit that wouldn't be a big deal but messiah something else the Pharisees figure G G Jesus. You don't want your disciples blaspheming this week. We are going to review them what he's saying you got the picture and I want you to notice that tact and finessed award in his response here he had serve them. I tell you that if they should hold piece the stones would immediately cry out now. If you have a mischievous twisted mind as I have you sorta wish they would have shut up for a minute to see was that just figure of speech what really happened and so usually when we're in Israel we end up going to abolish because great overnight for taking pictures of of the city of Jerusalem from that from that side from the eastern side and then what we typically do from there we walked down that very road down to send me because at the base of the down valley heating values semi so they're taking pictures she's very usual and then we go down there and having time sanity and I'm usually teach what I'm showing you here while we're up there on Mount of Olives but also point out to our gang that here's your chance to get the best bargain and Israel because what all these guys all these vendors always trying to sell your postcard whatever bothering unusual best bargain Israel as we walked down to the semi find a stone somewhere I'm wearing put in your pocket cost you anything and when you get back to the United States or wherever you come from back home you go to a trophy shop and have them out that rock on a piece of Mahogany with a little plaque and so forth and you put it in your living room on the coffee table or desk at work and so forth and when somebody says what on Earth that you say that's that's one of the stones that didn't cry out and you have a chance they brought it up right so you can tell them all about triumphal entry Jesus Zairean annual nine and all that stuff so for what it's worth so that's that's the best bargain in Israel now as Jesus comes uh-huh near to the city. What does he do? He's get the picture that coming Bethany he's writing that donkey over the hill. He's coming down through the valley into Jerusalem and as he comes over the top of the hill city spreads out before him and what does he do. They're all cheering. They got their palm branches inches and they're throwing down their coats and he's you know big big to do what does he do. He weeps he weeps. He wept over it. Just like Jeremiah did in his day and what is Jesus described going on here. He's writing. There's donkey. It's the big triumph world as the triumphal entry. They're requiring him as king. He knows that four days from now they're going to be saying crucify him but they they don't know that yet if thou headstone even though at least in this day the things which which belong unto thy peace but now they are hit from nine is it's quite verse. This is a special debut. Maybe where he's holding them accountable to recognize and it didn't but now they are hit. He also declares blindness on the part of the nation not forever. Paul tells us how long in Romans Eleven twenty five there hit until the fullness of the gentiles become in at least eastern this Friday. That's the part I want to focus on here but that's because of that they're now he declares blindness on the part of the nation and Paul Paul explains that do in Romans eleven so when Jesus earlier had met with four disciples came to him privately I would leave for an inside briefing on his second coming and that's recorded in most detail in Matthew Chapter Twenty four and when he responds to the questions he he points them to a passage in Daniel that will unlock all of your Eschaton legit quick look a part of that and it's the most important passage for you to really master in your Old Testament Studies. It's the last four verses of chapter of Daniel it's commonly. He called the seventy weeks of Daniel because it deals with seventy weeks of years and so we're not going to get all of that here relaxed but but the first of those four verses Verse Twenty Four of Chapter Nine Gabriel Meets Daniela interrupts prayer that he's into known as interrupted prayer of the Old Testament and says the Daniel Seventy seven's are determined of on your people and Holy City notice on its on Israel not the Church terminal on people I antibody holy city to do six things to finish the transgression to make an end of sins to make reconciliation for Iniquity to bring in everlasting righteousness us to seal up the vision and the prophecy and to anoint the most holy place now the question. You need to ask yourself. Has that happened yet. Me Answers obviously not some of them. You can argue in partially fulfilled at least but clearly there's not an innocence and clearly there's a Lotta here. There's an everlasting righteousness brought. It's clear this is is in some sense consummate. At the end. This embraces the whole program of God if you will in a sense okay now gable goes on to tell Daniel and burst twenty-five Daniel nine I'm going to assert is the most fantastic burst in the entire Bible and says the Daniel No therefore and understand this isn't cryptic. This isn't something hidden. No you know and understand that from the going forth of the commandment to restore Jerusalem onto the <unk> Nagy the messiah the king the Prince Shelby seven weeks and three score in two he's at seven plus sixty to sixty nine weeks of the seventy weeks sixty nine are here dealt with then he goes on to say the street shelby built again on the wall even in troubled times and every time there's a detail in the scriptures there for a purpose and the reason that lasts versus there so you won't confuse this with the temple there are several commands in the past to rebuild the temple. There's a specific command in Nehemiah two which was the authority to rebuild the city and that's what's in view here and so this is giving the Daniel when they're enslaves in slavery in Babylon and Daniel and you knew he was seventy years. They're captive. We're almost over so he goes to prayer and that prayers interrupted by Gabriel giving this this inside here now. It's a mathematical prophecy know that from the going for that commandment unto the Messiah will be a specific period of time. Let's take a look at this year. The trigger is the commandment to restore Jerusalem. The target is the messiah the King It's swept Jeff. Those two are separated by seven weeks of years and we're indebted to Sir Robert Anderson who was knighted formerly head of Scotland Yard who unraveled this by noticing that God uses three hundred and sixty years he does that in Genesis and he does that in revelation. Now you get problems trying to reconcile it to this audio calendar which we deal with so you have three hundred sixty four and whatever but the point is the fundamental idiom is a three hundred sixty day year here if you take sixty nine of those and three hundred of those weeks of those you end up with one hundred seventy three thousand eight hundred and eighty days okay okay. That's interesting so what well the thing is. When does it start? We know this is the decree of art exerts these laundromats which was given on March fourteenth two four forty five. BC You recorded in Nehemiah to unravel all that if you like the question really is what's the target wended was was the desire. When did he come? He presented himself on what we call. The triumphal entry and that was on April Sixth of thirty two will develop that detail if you want to get into it later but the point is if you this prophecy in Daniel was part of the Old Testament which means it was translated into Greek three we centuries before the ministry in a thing called us up to date version of the assessment tally Philadelphia's in two eighty. BC AC was funded seventy Jewish scholars the best they could find in Alexandria which was the being librarian those in Iraq to translate the Jewish scriptures into Greek Greek because most Jews didn't speak Hebrew spoke Greek because that was the commercial language. They wanted their quarters in a in their daily language so they punted that to happen. That's called the step to Jin version. Here's the translation of the Old Testament degree we have at our own this is in there and that was translated into Greek three centuries before this is all going on aw it's in black and white bear in any secular encyclopedia verify all that for you but I want to understand what is involved. We're here from four forty five three hundred seventy three thousand seven hundred forty days. If you take the March Fourteenth April Sixth Year another twenty days if you go through the rigors of figuring out the leap year problems uh-huh There's one hundred sixteen days it come out of that when you add that all up what was Gabriel's margin for error zero Gabriel told Daniel the exact day that Jesus would present himself as king now just as an apologetic just as something to put logic underneath our faith wow that's staggering implication ahead Robert Andrews book out of print and I had a friend when I was a kid. It gave me a copy because it was a book those days it's since it's become you can get it any good back bookstore. When we get our little setup here? We'll have those available you want to get into it but but the the thing that I didn't really realize even back then is not only did Gabriel pin today down Jesus is holding them accountable for and that's a that's a surprise in verses forty one in Lucas when he was coming near he beheld sitting he wept over it saying if thou known even though at least in the things ap's but now they are hit from nine is wow this day he held accountable for this day but now they're hidden okay but not forever Paul in Romans Eleven Twenty five tells us then it'll be blinded in part until the fullness of the gentiles be coming in and one of your most astonishing signs of the Times is that you know a couple of decades ago. If you had a friend who was Jewish going to emigrating Israel that was a Christian you warned him as friends would warn him that lists you can go. There's a gentile go juno problem if you go. There's a believing <unk> you've got problems. They'll target and stayed underground not anymore one of the most amazing things we've noticed just in the last few years is there now over three hundred and fifty messianic fellowships operating openly in Israel blindness is beginning to lift and boy that is that a sign that we're moving into the end is okay moving on here. Jesus continue says for the day she'll come up on the that the enemy show cast a trench out the encompass the round and keep the and every side and they show lady even with the ground and I- children within the and they shall not leave in the one stone above another and Luke nineteen forty three and forty four Jesus predicting addicting the fall of Jerusalem thirty eight years from his saying that the Roman legions bring it down aw and the three eight years later 80.70 Tanna suspision had the fifth tenth twelfth and Fifteenth Roman Legions lay siege to Jerusalem hundred and forty three days six hundred thousand Jews were killed stories estimate that over a million have men women and children died died from the siege and the famine and disease that followed now the question. I want to ask US why was Jerusalem destroyed an in seventy eight hundred a milestone Tunis Day in a Jewish wedding they take the goblets the glasses and the crush them. That's a token honor of the fall of Jerusalem and its observed to this day in a Jewish wedding to commemorate it should be the happiest day of the couple's life on on the one hand but they take a moment to acknowledge this tragedy. Why did was Jerus- jus just the city no more temple so the Tara requires that without shedding your blood? There's no remission of sins. There's no no place to what do they do with them. That's another story. Why was your cincy in? Here's the answer Jesus said they would not leave in state one stolen on another why because now newest not a time of visitation the impact of verse forty four in Luke Nineteen shattering then they were held accountable to know the prophecy of Gabriel in Daniel not the time visitation heavy stuff here and so you held them accountable John Picking from John Nowadays things understood not as disciples of the first when Jesus was glorified resurrected then remembered they these things were written of him and that they had done these things unto him so this is a recollection that John Arrests in the rest of the guys put together because they after the benefit of the resurrection rides Doctorate Zachariah nine he routed ask now but a white horse later at occur in revelation nineteen so you want to distinguish those to the people therefore that was with him when he called loves absorb grave and raised him from the dead bear record for this caused that people also met him for that they had heard that he had done this miracle no surprise and it's an event that couldn't midnight the pharisee there said among themselves perceive he how you've prevail nothing behold the world is going after him really Oh really yeah look at the next verse even the gentiles there were certain Greeks among them that came to worship at the feast same came therefore to Philip which say galleon desired him saying Sir we would see Jesus. I have very vivid vivid memories in Los Angeles. There's a giant church downtown that was a very famous pulpit for. Ha ironside has a proud history and I was down there once not to speak just visiting you was empty but I couldn't resist because history to climb up into this massive pulpit overlooking this incredible church and as you go up the stairs you come up into the pulpit. The thing you see the plaque aw sir we would see Jesus this this versus there so if you're a guest speakers reminded you what they want to hear about is Jesus not whatever and I've never forgotten that there's sort of a reminder to anybody visitor but anyway for that so it's interesting that the gentiles are showing some interest here so they go to Philip which has agreed name and he again Andrew which has agreed name and why does John mentioned the gentiles at this point because they had rejected Jesus by then really happens in Matthew Chapter twelve was another milestone but because the king has now been rejected. It's open to the Gentiles Tov. That's what Jonah subtly beginning to dedicate here and Sir we would see Jesus Philip Coming Twelve Andrew because is there again he also had a Greek name and again Andrew and Philip till Jesus and she's saying the ours come that the son of man should be glorified and so so what it moves on its entry when everybody was interesting when you see study Andrew a little bit you never see Andrew where he's not introducing somebody to Christ. He's so he's really the engine I ended up real so win so moving on the Cross miscount before the gentiles gentiles can have access to Christ. That's what John is really acknowledging here. The gentiles recognize him as king at both is birth. You may recall those are gentile visitors visitors and you know about the magic another story and his birth and his death and in in fact you. CBS records an interesting thing to the king of Syria saw the obstinacy of the Jews rejected Jesus. He sent an embassy to Jesus to invite him to come to his home promising a royal. Welcome now did happen to know what's in the letters anyway whatever moving on Jesus speaking out very very I sent you accept a corn wheat fall all into the ground and die alone but if it die and bring a fourth much fruit he'd love of his life shall lose it but he had heinous his life in this world world shall keep it unto Life Eternal. Wow if any man served me let them follow me and where I am there shall also my servant me if any man served me him will my father owner now is my soul troubled and what should I say father saved me from this hour but for this cause came onto this our father glorify the name then came their voice is from heaven saying I both glorified it and will glorify again wow these familiar passages ages and John maybe so familiar. We don't may lose their impact as he's praying. There's a voice from heaven. That doesn't happen very often that happened three times that we know of doc in human history she the saddest strategy of human history the cross was the purpose of this coming. It was awesome greatest ricky well history. The purpose of all history was gathering his children the tragedy of history but you would not the triumph all history is is blessed with that comes in the name of the Lord. These three are summarized in Matthew Twenty three the chapter purpose tragedy and triumph of all history is all embodied in these events that we're reading about right here now the voice from heaven that we heard this is the third time that God spoke broke the heaven at least as recorded in scripture the I at the beginning of Jesus Ministry that is baptism that was recorded mark after one the beginning of his last trip to Jerusalem and that was at the AH the transfiguration in mark nine seven and at the beginning of the final week at the temple here. If you will so okay three listeners here the first was natural phenomenon the other ones impersonal angel apparently and the voice of his father. We're here a proper relationship but let's move on the people therefore that stood by her and her said that if thundered other said and angels speak it to him Jesus answered and said the voice came not because of me but for your sakes now is the judgment of this world now shelled Prince of this world be cast out and if I I if I be lifted up from the earth will draw all men unto me this he said signifying what death he should die and we cover distance some depth and John Three whole idea of the cross and all that was was emblazoned back in numbers twenty one among other places world has cast out this is the beginning of the end of Satan's dominion and and the the beginning of the triumph of the hearts of men and we begin to study here career Satan but let's move on here the people answered him and said we have heard out of the law that Christ by forever and how says thou the son of man must be lifted up. Who is this sort of man? There's some understandable confusion here because they know the Messiah was going to abide forever they didn't they didn't the Jewish traditions to his is one. That's going that's the suffering servant and one that's the reigning king the machine ben-yosef in the machines bender and the concept that they embrace and the a the most venerated ultra-orthodox when when he died left a note to be opened one year after here's death that was made the big news back in two thousand six at the two one has names Yoshua and that really caused a stir in Israel but anyway this understand should Jose South Santa must be lifted up I mean and so the puzzle so by this and that's understandable in my mind G. Senate him yet a little while the light with you walk while you have the light. Let's darkness come on you for he didn't walk in the dark as no of Ah whether he goes well. Why do you believe in the light that she maybe children of light? These things make Jesus and departed and hide himself from from them these times so we election disappear but I WANNA pause here another personal anecdote if I may I got very interested in the Bible as a kid I started collecting just got fascinated with it and I started collecting commentaries commentaries and so forth and matured in my studies and later teens and as I collect these commentaries I discovered that most of of your sophisticated exposition commentaries we'll tell you who that there really is to Isaiah. Not One is eight and <hes> arm. I never bought that and yet it really took the edge off my studies. I didn't reject what I learned. A I lost my enthusiasm because I ran into the DUTERTE. The documentary more MO- most in rewrite the Torah was j the five nonsense that they promote their. We're talking about here though and I want to show you what was for me in my life one of the most precious lessons that came out of scripture impacting my life to Isaiah okay. I says the concept see in spite of the lack of concrete evidence on any part at any part of existed without the other part is as far back two hundred two hundred spec- yet decided that the Dogma of most scholarship today is that two or more individuals authorization. If you go to seminary if you pick up almost any commentary not I won't say most of them an awful lot of they'll tell you what they'll teach you what they call the Doodo allies as a theory that are really to Isaiah's one that wrote it up to chapter thirty nine and the other route from forty to the end two parts to it. There's no evidence for that by the way okay but you've been listening to sixty six forty. The ministry outreach appointed Queen Anne House and Coin Institute. Today's Bible Teacher was Dr Chuck Mesler Teaching Through The Gospel of John for a complete listing of resources available. Please visit Cambridgehouse Dot Org. You can also call us at one eight hundred K. 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Our parents taught us is virtue to be exercised through modest expressions of gratitude in today's world however simple gestures of respect are often overlooked and today on insight for living we have the privilege of listening to a message originally delivered drink thanksgiving season to an audience of seminary Inari students in training for full-time occasional service given this opportunity to speak at Dallas theological seminary chuck decided to reinforce the value of sustaining an attitude of gratitude <music>. Thank you for being here. I'm always honored to to be invited to speak and it's not an easy thing to decide on what talk on when you come into the chapel here I know you recently heard from Charles Stanley that correct Charles Stanley was here crate. I never forget the lady who finished the day at our church we had had our worship service and she came down with one of Dr Dr Stanley's books and she said I WanNa thank you Dr Stanley for that message today. She said I'm I'm very grateful and I wonder if you'd sign your book. I'll be gladly so I signed it head to remember Charles Not Andy Stanley saw Charleston Lee and she said Oh thank you. I'll treasure this restaurant. She walked out just so grateful that she had been there to hear Dr Charles Stanley's who cares you know well. The way we started off today was perfect for what I wanNA talk on because I want to talk to you about sustaining the spirit of a heart of gratitude not that's what's on my mind today and I believe in it wholeheartedly in fact I think an attitude of gratitude is one of the most contagious of all attitudes we can sustain and being around a person who is a a grateful and frequently uses those two marvelous words. Thank you often I just therapy they make us smile. They lift our spirits. They really do change our environment government within and and around us the impact others can be as simple all is a little five year old boy who was telling his mother that he was thankful that he wears glasses and she wanted to I know why are you thankful for that and his answer was quick and simple. He said it keeps the boys from hitting me and keeps the girls from kissing me glasses work. All of that's going to change buddy before too long so you're in for a surprise. I remember the words of the man who wrote he who forgets the language of gratitude can never be on speaking speaking terms with happiness even more profound of the words of Dietrich von offer who wrote in ordinary never life we hardly realized that we receive a great deal more than we give breath and it is only with gratitude that life becomes were rich love that line so only with gratitude light it becomes rich it is very easy to overestimate the importance of our own achievements in in comparison to what we owe others have to add along with that the flip side of the same coin and that is that there is nothing more offensive or oppressive then an attitude of ingratitude which is a characteristic covari age that shouldn't surprises Paul writes in Romans one just as much as in the last last piece that he wrote when he wrote Timothy Roman one Romans one he writes of the of the magnificence of God's artwork artwork in the natural realm. We call it here at the seminary. General revelation and in spite of God awed writing his glory across the sky is which mankind is able to read every day of our lives. It's still remains ungrateful. Still there's an attitude of ingratitude when I look at the polls words in Second Timothy Three and I read of the savage days in which we live that's the way one of my mentors used to handle the word difficult in verse one of Second Timothy Three in the last days days difficult or savage times will come and then he begins from there through verse eight to describe the The Times in which we live when men and women will be lovers of a money and boastful arrogant and reviled the disobedient to parents and in the middle of all of it he he mentions ungrateful along with unholy along with unforgiving on grateful the spirit spirit of Thanksgiving needs to remain and I hope it is remaining. I hope you today we have not relegated that spirit of gratitude to a holiday and left it there and failed to bring it into today tomorrow next week the Week of finals the week beyond finals next semester into your ministry as I'll tell you if a spirit of ingratitude a to grips you strong enough and long enough your change and your ministry will change range and it won't take a really insightful person to know that you're difficult to be around did because ungrateful people repel others now. Why are we so ungrateful why are times marked marked by such ingratitude as Paul mentioned enrollments and in Second Timothy in so many other places <hes> ah at the risk of being simplistic in my analysis are they a major reason is pride proud? People don't say thank you. They don't think thank you pride is of course filled with self and and when that is true we hold back our thank you to others because we're so self important. I'll tell you who will say thank Hugh and do so frequently humble people broken people crushed contrite people or quick to say thank you thank you thank you for the little things thank you for the unexpected things yes Paul writes to his friends and Thessalonica. I'm turning there for the rest of my time with you. First I chapter five toward the end of that letter. There's sort of a Staccato set of statements pom Pom Pom Pom Pom Pom pom their brief and he punches him out it. When I was taking oboe in high school and Mr Villon he read the chair of I share of Oboe in the Houston Symphony Eh come the they made house calls in those days and he was my teacher loved Mr Villani and as I would play duets with him sometime couldn't continue he was so good and I was so bad that it just didn't it hardly blended but we did a couple of duets at work beautifully okay and I on occasion would stop and I would just look at him? You know how do you how do you do it. How can you play so well all the time of course he made his own reads and he's been playing since he was just a little boy and from another country three had come over in of all things had worked his way into the symphony and when we get to those places that were Sakaba he would say to me punch it out punch it out? Put your tongue on that read and punch out those news. That's what Paul does at the end of this letter he he punches out the statements including the shortest verse in the entire Greek New Testament it isn't Jesus wept apt we'll get to it in a moment but he begins at verse twelve by reminding us to be grateful for a so in this case in our context a body of people who poured themselves into your lives and that would be the faculty of the the school so let's have them in mind as I punch out this twelve verse with you we request of you brothers brothers and sisters that you appreciate those who diligently labor among you and have charge over you in the Lord Award and give you instruction appreciate them he goes on and that you esteemed them <hes> very highly in love because of their work isn't that great don't let this semester a pass without pausing with each one of your profs for at least a few seconds <music> to look them in the eye or with your own hand not not an email. It's a cheap way to write a thank you do it by hand you who still have some kind of penmanship left all of us starting to write like physicians it looks these days but if you've still cultivating your penmanship right in your own hand and say it in a fresh creative way specifically naming in what particular thing stands out in that particular teacher that has much to you express your appreciate this year I am still thinking my props and most of them aren't lift but those who are it is not uncommon when I see them to. Thank them again for teaching me what they taught me which was more <music> than inability to handle the biblical taxed it was it was a touch. I'm kind of like the difference between a Pinot player and a pianist is touch rate profs help you with touch in lives in touch with the text and those who work with you in in the skill of communicating they help you you do that better and I. I'm honest to this day. When I preach I think I learned technique from that particular person yeah I think he's gone now but think thank you lord for the privilege of rubbing up next to him sitting in his home in in a class of eight individuals as he poured into us some techniques on communication about still use steamed him very highly in love and sometimes to reprove and thank him for that faithful are the wounds of a friend but deceitful the kisses of an enemy proverbs twenty seven six? I've always loved the story that <hes> <hes> my humbled annex told us that he had a young man that was convinced he had to get to a of a preachy and he didn't he just just couldn't preach as well as a paper bag and he just was convinced he should preach and his mother was convinced he should preach and his grandmother was convinced he should preach and prompt did his best endure and finally by the third year which was a particular year when we came to terms with some of these things it just told a young man look you just don't have Houston with the gift of preaching at that takes guts to say that too young person young man he said Oh yes I do well. Okay the profit then. Let me put it this way. Nobody I know has the gift of listening to you in that work and as I recall he didn't go into a preaching ministry to a Successful Ministry Industry Nocco tell you what it is because your lap but thankfully didn't go into the pulpit and shouldn't have not everybody ought to be an appropriate to carry out their ministry. We've a- Pravda thanks for telling him and that's the top party job. Keep telling him keep telling the truth so that we hear it and we thank you for it and so let's just make concentric circles rose go broader and let's include now. <hes> our family members look at the end of verse thirteen thirteen live at peace with each other. We urge you. Here's another one of those little staccato moments where we urge. You admonished the unruly. You have to do that sometime. In a family encourage the faint hearted help weak be patient with every one patient with everyone and then the circle broadens with friends and with others in life see that no one repays another with evil for evil but always seek after that which is good for one another and for all people and then be begins real brief statements rejoice always there's the shortest verse shortness and all the Bible but what what a what a grand command I WANNA be around people like that. I want to be around those does that are finding joy in life in spite of their circumstances and here's another one pray without ceasing the idea of a hacking cough pray in that kind of consistency pray continually constantly prayer on your heart prayer in your lips prayer for specific individuals specific acidic needs and here we are in everything. Give thanks for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus <music>. This has referenced every circumstance. Every circumstance is not one that that he he doesn't include in your circumstances today be thankful grateful. I wrote a piece for our board of directors insight for living and I want to read it to you. I don't usually do this but I want to do it. Today has everything to do with being a thankful person person and I'll try to keep it interesting though I'm reading what I'm sharing with you on never forget the day even though it was only ten years old it was a Wednesday. It was the day before Thanksgiving. I was standing ramrod straight next to my desk in self-made elementary school hand over my heart art is we were together as students pledging our allegiance to the flag of the United States of America which which we did every morning hanging by the flag that was draped before us in the class was large framed picture of love our president who was gripped with polio when he was younger but he had a big smiling face and it was familiar to all of us <music> because he's a very popular president and I had to remind myself that he had had polio because it was never emphasized in the never referred to it there. He stood smiling at the class as we pledged allegiance following our pledge our teacher as she had always done post to pray so she bowed in prayer and we we bowed with her and I noticed it wasn't very long before her voice broke doc. I've never heard our our teacher cry and before long she just couldn't continue and she just had heaves of sobbing and my heart went out to her whatever it was. I didn't know what it was to later. She was in deep grief. We were of course a double war on each each side of our country. It was a pretty bleak time and she had lost her husband on the shores of Normandy is one thousand nine hundred forty four and she was going on without him and this was first Thanksgiving her first Thanksgiving without him and her heart was breaking this brave woman refused to allow her grief to eclipse the significance of giving thanks so she finally was able to get hold of emotions and she returned into thanking God for a number of things. I was lost in sympathy for her in a little boys pity see for his teacher. When I was walking home that Crisp November afternoon in east Houston and that was the day I really fell in love with Thanksgiving and loved it ever since my all time favorite holiday and I'll tell you why momentarily stopped on the way home and I thank God for my teacher her for our school for my friends for my church for my family for my country I remember as a little boy swearing before the Lord that if I ever was able to do so I would defend our country and I didn't understand fully all met but I remember thirteen years later when I had the privilege having earned the right to wear the dress blues wearing the uniform of the Marine Corps and standing and in pledging allegiance to the fly and more often than not saluting it as it was raised and lowered each morning and good evening on the island of Okinawa saw was eight thousand miles away from all interesting how on those occasions I would remember you my ten year old experience and my teacher and to this day I remember her thanksgiving? 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow Oh ads on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's service killing newscast for Monday September at the nineteen twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford a GOP lawmaker critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban also also on our Monday rundown health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN. A Republican Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday assailed President Trump's no cancel plan to host Taliban leaders can't David for secret peace talks folks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of Florida said as we head into the anniversary of nine eleven I do not ever want to see these terrorists step foot on US soil period. Those comments from Walsh came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled the meeting after the Taliban took credit for an attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging people not to use them Eric ticket off has has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to a mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend commend folks. Stay away from these devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana. Although the state is looking into potential incidences Dr Greg Holes men is State Medical Officer Officer for the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. 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Ns Virginia's just two months away from electing a new general assembly and this week Aarp Virginia's launch a voter engagement program help candidates and people age fifty and older focus on key issues during the election today begins the programs I event a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia says her group is urging candidates to reconsider a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty nineteen General Assembly this would advocate for up up to a thousand dollar income tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able to claim that tax discredit for fifty percent of their out of pocket expenses up to that thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million virginians provide unpaid daily living living care for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon Belt Initiative was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Organ Adele. CEO says his group has submitted a measure for approval that would limit the number of self checkout machines and stores to to not only we need to pass this ballot measure to get on top of automation when you need to establish in this states a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss quality of life or going the Northwest Quest Groceries Association says that measure is misguided and customers increasingly prefer self-checkout finally a simple conversation could save a life. That's just one of the messages Jews mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during National Suicide Prevention Week which runs through Saturday Saturday Ohio suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand eight in two thousand seventeen and Austin Lucas with how Suicide Prevention Foundation explains that Social Stigma Ma still prevents people from seeking help. That's why he says it's crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly or are you thinking about killing yourself so for you think about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially if they are really close to this person because they're anxious that this person might say yes however having that conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes lucas. The next snap is to stay with them and help connect them to resources that can help anyone in crisis is encouraged to text four H. O. P. E. Two seven four one seven four one Mary Sherman reporting this story. It was produced in association with meeting the Public Interest and funded in part by George Gone Foundation. I'm Mike Clifford. Thanks for starting your week with Public News Service we are member enlisted supported and raw line at public service DOT. Org Dip dip. We are unafraid feared an ear declare. Your independence means down cock here in Phoenix Arizona from the B. E. Videos of ood there. We should say though owner you can. You can quit now. Okay okay anco cash sitting there. Years Years of activism led the one out verse Adam Cook Cash In town so I go in the Maricopa County Libertarian meeting tonight I might go. I'm you know Donald. I don't have anything I might go. Say you'll the there's a lot of stuff usually on Mondays as you know we have grandkids and we'll do a rerun this September ninth two thousand nineteen a Monday do and <hes> <hes> do show do show. We'll get all caught up on all things atom. There's a bunch of atoms stuff going on so we'll just see what's up and then <hes> tomorrow we have Richard Grow Richard K Gauge from architects in nine eleven architects and engineers so Richard Gauge. It's it's going to be that an aunt. Timely Britney Schaefer Butler and Jane Schafer's daughter in writing a lot about a lot of different stuff and vaccines and salons been on her mind. That's going to be interesting then Dr Frank Tam Berry for trump report from propor- ooh K. Wednesday nine eleven now. This is what's happened. You're a lot of the videos whistleblower things you're talking to James Corbett last week and our weekly thing and he's he's been teasing. He's doing something. He's doing something. He's doing. What are you doing are you doing? He won't tell me Oh you know. It'd be something you know some well. Of course it's nine eleven stuff you know so he had had bunch of nine eleven stuff then Wayne road eight now it didn't dissuade and he's a freedoms of Vaccine Summit Guy Right Okay Vaccine Education Education Summit is pretty locked down. We've got that taken care of us in a couple of weeks and one of the gentlemen that as been doing all research covering on the Vaccine Court court itself how that works and revolving door machine in the back of that so we're GonNa talk about that then temperature course liberty liberty adviser and then Thursday we have Jonathan Lockwood. He is American legislative exchange experience and you know Kato Hato this and coke to push that and all this but he's also John Lockwood young mandates speaking at the backseat education summit because the lobbying aspect back to this inside from Washington behind the scenes to share it with us then Supreme Court justice here in Arizona Clint Bollock Clint Bollock is GonNa come on Thursday comes on. I don't know wonder you ask them and is good friend. He was one of our first speakers at our first freedom summits and like like three weeks after nine eleven and he moved himself is family is wife Sean. I think she's been running for office us for something. I don't know if she ever got elected but they've been involved in Arizona politics quite a bit and out to the point that the Governor Supreme Court justice but <HES> <hes> he was head of the Institute for Justice and Super Justice <hes> had washing officer course in here and this is as it's a long story but you see I j you know say a lot of different advertisements and online on reason magazine and so on that I was going to do this. S. and I tried to mow my lawn but I didn't get the right permit and it's usually for businesses. It's like you have. Let's see if you're you're African descent and you got curly hair. Okay yeah black hair. I don't know what do you call that Afro Afro Okay so you have an Afro and you know what I WanNa get style and we're GonNa do these rose. We're going to braid it and having come Dad Edad. That's illegal unless you get a cosmetology license. Well the cosmetology license. Don't even teach that so. I'm going what the heck is solely. The Institute for Justice would fight for right to work and all this other stuff and eventually they win here. They want to sell some grapevine. Growing Vineyard people want to sell their wine. Online box will not allow this to for justice so it's usually focused focused on people that want to make their want to make their own job and they don't want to let them and then there's eminent domain stuff so it's just got a lot of attention attention for that and it morphed into the Goldwater institute here and Clint worked with them for a while and got politically active and you know good stuff. You know a lot of good stuff boom. You're Supreme Court justice well Friday they just. I don't know if I told you this they did Friday the county attorney Attorney Bill Montgomery Mr Superdrug Hoyer that Mark Victor's been trying to buddy up and I'll say add your Supreme Court justice too and I'm gone yeah about how that's GonNa work out because I know bill and he's he's smoking are some and stuff and debated the drug war and everything and he's just you know God told told me to wear a black robe. Tell you how to behave. I mean you know that kind of thing. I think the question is how does a guy get appointed to the Arizona State Supreme Court and still be willing to come on your show clint yeah. What's that line? He's walking you know he I don't know I talked to him about it. We've had shows he comes to cheese been chief justice not Chief Judge Justice and because I asked because Donna did it if you have the initiative and the Vision to kiss enough butts to to get into that position and why are you still kissing earnings but no I I asked this very thing I go clan what W. F. Mate had a hell did this this happened. What was the deal? What's behind the scenes? GimMe the Spiel you're you're the one person in Arizona. I really don't want to Piss off so I'm just gonNA. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA be able to go tell my master's in government. Oh it's no. I'm just being friendly with her and he I've got him under control. I'm well okay. I'll give you an example well. Let me is that everybody okay. That's kind of what's coming up. All right. Now is introduce Adam before we go who I am and poor analyze allies me okay adam co cash pragmatic libertarian God's love these words anyway pragmatic Hashtag Libertarian and Dan combat vet running for President United States of Mirka to localize the federal government and finally free America. You know the freedom malign the freedom line dot com where you see most of his goodies of course he's doing libertarian part. This is what happens when you've done Ernie so for the twentieth China all right. Here's your twitter profile. Here's your twitter profile says you're going to limit your introduction to one hundred forty characters. Talk can get through his mic off you know the whole thing is Adam and I met at the Revolution Russian March and July twelfth I think of Oh eight and is <hes> <hes> he's Iraq veterans against the war and he opportunity the speak and save my career that day and Adam wanted to speak Michael Schumacher. was that all the CIA okay. This is what happens apple it's an all day big giant tens of thousands of people washing. DC Lawn thing and Gary Francine. I R. M. C. N. keeping the trains run on time but MICRA sure sure. CIA Guy and he's the only guy I had to get a free can hook you know well Ron Paul in them. They wanted to cut somebody at the in your third. Last Chuck Baldwin went out to you and then Ron. Paul tried to get me to cut at them but I read his speech and I go no no raw take later flights so get over it man. He's given the speech and they really repressing on me but he dead never. 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They're everyone everyone kind of interesting <hes> so this is what we're gonNA do <hes> Adams just visiting doing I haven't really I have no idea what he's he's going to say. We're talking about and we're just GONNA get caught up. Okay now the first thing I wanted to talk about I've been see I saw online. You did send me money audie. I gotta get my Rv. That's sitting up in Albuquerque crazy. It's been in the shop for over a year now because it took almost that long for the insurance terrence company to deny the claim and so we raised enough money to get the engine and I'll be flying out to albuquerque and myself and my good friend Eden who is on the road with us as last year as the mechanic on the road is going to be joining me and we're going to put a new engine in an Rv bus yeah you you. I Okay I've done. I've done some mechanic. I'd taken I. I know I just I. I if it take share like eight hours to do that means. It's like like twenty you know yeah. 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Here's the proof that we've been changing the oil and they said well. That's not sufficient in proof well. That's why you get insurance on drive. I had all of that and I'm like I. I have a little bit of existential libertarian crisis here because a lot of what we advocate in a stateless society is the critical you know dispute resolution functions being taken over by insurance companies insecurity and things like that aside from local community based government as a transition but man. I and I know that the the the corruption of current insurance companies is based on corporatism oligopolies and and all that crap but man no free market competition go <hes> and they get to deny when you realized the potential of insurance and sound so I feel I feel like such a nerd saints but what what do you realize the potential power of insurance. It's a lot of big piece in their fear Microphone Ernie. We're looking at the board there. I can tell <hes> but no when when when you realize the potential functions that we can achieve in society so much better than government mm-hmm and then you see the attempts to do it with things like our insurance and then you go man government can screw up even this yeah we can't even get realistic mystic <hes> insurance services for what they should be capable of providing because of government corporatism in the United States and it's it's it's like you know when you understand libertarianism terrorism. It's like having the the code to the Matrix and you see it everywhere. You know like that scene where we're he goes up Blonde Brunette revlon all saying but instead instead in real life you go to the airport you. Oh my gosh government has touched every aspect this is why traveling sucks and you go and now I have insurance for my car but it doesn't car uh-huh government now. That's why insurance sucks and you know all this is why the roads are so low quality because the government has a monopoly on Roy Development and it's it's it's it's almost maddening and I gotta say when it comes to government. Ignorance is bliss has a lot of tempting aspects for for me. You know you see see people who are like an in in our community juniper wood wood ranch in northern Arizona people who laid to find community people who choose to voluntarily associate well. Do you guys associate as you look. I was explaining this to my nephew in Prescott Saturday. He's real estate up there to you. Know give them a little history mystery. We're building up the foundation for this thing. I got Supreme Court Justice here in Arizona coming on what shall we talk about and then we have water institute here bicker riches yeah. I'm kind of getting a Nick Duran. Yes that was the legal guy at the Legal Constitutional Lov group thing of water and we've been hammered on this forever. We have you guys doing that up there. We have what's his. There's there's a Mike legislator in New Hampshire. That's going through the same kind of thing and I can see where the power comes from. It's the occupying permit the although they toy your you have you have to have occupy permits not enough to own your property. No you're GONNA have a permission to do now. This is my this is my rhetoric. This is the thing that I'm I'm going. This is just make people go <hes> yeah you can occupy the sidewalk crap on it. Live there do whatever that's fine right comparison Ariza but if you have your own land you're not allowed to occupy it without a permit and going if it pleases the Crown May occupy may my own land so so this is a human and you poop and it might pollute the groundwater now you're in gear so knows knows poop legally. I'm just I'm just what I mean at anybody. I'm understanding. There's you know there's justifications for different things and others not theirs but but not for government okay so so this is kind of the issues that I want to bring up. Mba because my motivation is really simple. I wish to take land that I purchased that's mine and like build stuff on it and and develop develop for the future or just make a burning men house twigs and set it on fire. What do they care? You know. I just like you never in your business so this is a permit for that fire see different for you went to public school. I did you know so so this is so interested in this. You know this is this is something that we're gonNA play with now. There's a lot of people including me it gets cheap but ashforth has push pin in it asks for gotTa Push Pin in Ashort when it comes to the attention of them those I went through it with Florence Arizona zone Apache Junction quartzite and now <hes> asked for you think y'all yeah yeah. We're GONNA talk about it a bunch of stuff all day. 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This is the Liberty Radio Network at L. R. N. DOT FM and it's time for declare your independence with Ernest Hancock to be part of the show call call six zero two two six twenty eight hundred damn coke catches displayed himself explain yourself boy so she is. He's going to explain himself. Oh crazy stuff. He does hear what am I looking at. This is getting teargassed or something yeah well I. I say pepper sprayed even though I I'm you know ninety nine percent sure what they were spraying that day was because it had that that powder crystalline nature to it and I didn't shower for like eight hours because I wanted it to neutralize it was pepper overspread with doesn't really neutralizer two sisters okay now now they do this. When you're in the Marine Corps they run you through the chamber? You gotta you gotTa feel burn sprayed in my is that in the Marine One to ten really sucked well. I've been pepper sprayed for video. I had my girlfriend and the time pepper spray test pepper spray versus Yep you verse Yeah Right. I'm like yeah you'd be next that was enough and and that I opened my eyes and looked at her while she was pepper spraying me and that still wasn't as bad as the CS which didn't hit my is directly. I was wearing sunglasses says but hit my like my eyebrows and dripped in and it was bad and I gotta hand it to the medics and in the sort of extreme liberal roll or liberal hardcore left wing street activism community they have some great medics. You know it's kind of like free for the Libertarians so they know what to bring and rely anytime you see anytime you see Antifa out there but anytime you see on TV with a big crowd behind him within that crowd you'll you'll see a view medics who are certainly better than dealing with with government medics if you can and they're always there with the pepper spray stuff when people get pepper sprayed so they were there stuff. Can you give formula milk and milk of Magnesia so I think that what I did I did three steps to get over this and I I happen avenue a water bottle in my hand and by the way there might be a lawsuit coming out of this because this was a really agreed as pepper spray of bystanders and what the cops were doing was clearing the street with a line of bicycles so they had like twenty cops lined up side by side with their bicycle saying get back get back. It was really Kinda. Creepy Sup- I mean there were there were more cops on duty that day in Boston than protesters and counter protesters put together and there were about two hundred might have been three hundred altogether protesters. There's some were kept out. I mean the police work was egregious day and about six hundred maybe maybe a thousand protesters or counter protesters all together and I have footage of the cops peeling out of formations three deep. You know forty cops long. There were two helicopters in the sky it was it does nuts with the police presence so when they started clearing people out there was a little scuffle and I was watching from what I thought was a safe distance like twenty twenty thirty feet away and I'm backing up as the COP and I'm really at the edge of this like where I'm standing if the cops have gotten to where I was standing ninety percent of the crowd would have been cleared anyway and at the at the last getting me they they sort of surged through as their scuffling with this this one protester and apparently it was one COPPA captain often with Boston. Police who's just going nuts with the pepper spray and I'm standing you wanted to be the Guy Uglier spray painting the Chubby Dude Casually Speaker spray painting other pepper spraying all the protesters on the ground so he <hes> <hes> got me in a way that a lot of people saw that it looked like I was being targeted and not me like the group of Libertarian Harry is with you know because we were clearly not masked. We were not in all black. We were not there as protesters we were there as I mean I was there to give give out free hugs to people who desperately needed it and bringing it was like everybody everybody who would show up to such an event and <hes> <hes> when I got pepper sprayed I was a full two arms lengths away from the line and this cop surging out at sea and that screen shot. I just showed you. He's got his arm. I'm fully extended and then there's a four foot stream of pepper spray. You can see it just as a as a you know mist in this photo and then you just pulls it goes like he aims for plane your mid Torso and then goes up you know to make sure you hit the face as good technique really really good sighting. I mean as as as a as a former marksman I can appreciate this this technique and making sure that you get the body and the face he started to to to to champ one the head of that approach where we're going. We're going to start the stream and his chest and just you know just to hit him in the face and they got you know about half a dozen of the sand floor but but more importantly the speech I gave at the straight pride event was I watched part artist it but it was like I couldn't really make it out that well and there was consternation. They were you know I couldn't tell was going one on. You'd have to walk me through it but this is kind of a trolling event. They're legit like they're saying they're having a straight pride rally. They're not and it's tongue in cheek and they won't say say publicly ever that. They're trolling because that's sort of ruins the game but there they they want to incite the left to reveal the ridiculousness listening of PC culture and their legitimate complaints are that LGBT activism has gone too far drag Queen Story Hour is is is kids and things and they have legitimate complaints but it's like of all things to complain about their way bigger injustices in the world and this is feeding into to divide and conquer okay. Let me give my spiel when they come out and they go. We want to do a straight pride parade and I go of course you do know cool whatever I don't care because I knew it was going to happen well. What kind of city resources are going to be expanded on this? You know what capra tax cap permit what kinds of whatever it is even though I'm like a gay pride I braid straight. I mean you know whatever you gotta use a police rally. You got yeah exactly you gotTa shut down traffic downtown again. Whatever so I want to have a pride parade go somewhere and do it but the thing is it's kind of like how I feel? When a police officer gets killed the line of duty they shut down the freaking city or were for a long and people were complaining? They're going no no not every time. One of you guys do some drug busts taken indoors back that we got to go through all this crap in your blocking traffic and shutting down the highway and doing the gun seriously well. My grandmother just died right and she's a saint of the woman and she didn't get as crap and you didn't and you're spending the money under little little little so all these discussions started well now with the Gay Gay Pride Parade there was we spared no expense they were building Jurassic Park or something okay so I'm going all right well then of course after years of doing doing this and getting more and more extravagant and more and more on the edge and more and more nervous going whoa tax money on this. I mean what your your free speech but I'll we'll have to pay for it and then they go what we're going to have a straight pride Brit well. Of course you are okay. This is how you how ridiculous this is Joe Ridiculous ridiculous or not it. It's at least be equal. You know those sit there and pretend you're doing me a favor if somebody wants to go okay. I don't have straight pride parade you. I know you're freaking whatever adjective they come up with so I'm going yeah. None of this is going to go well but you know it's master level trolling yeah yeah. No I understood it. I'm wondering why and I know you win and Blah Blah Blah. We'll talk about a little bit but my thing is is I was amazed and when we were at port fast. I think this issue was going on or talking about it and then all I get in a little bit because I don't do all your social networking everybody everybody media bitch each other and getting their temperature for that so I got I got better things to do so so then I the Libertarians and the activists like <hes> you know New Hampshire and Libertarians all over we star child on last week I asked our child I go you know star. Child is a gay escort activist sex work and whatever the hell probably I think he prefers San Francisco San Francisco and the guy he's a great libertarian. I mean Star Child. We're tight but the thing is more like them. Yes but Ashley Judd up the music started got their own pushy button man. 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You can't say that Ernie because it's there still is that it's just that the music industry has become so centralizing control now. It's undeniable that people on the Internet are able to get their music out but we've we've lost is the ability to create common cultural touchstones that wraps roots base and selected by actually yeah yeah free market and kind of have meaning to people as opposed to well that happens you know it's the sixty seventies antiwar protest whenever you get consternation talk say you know what that was. The most viewed music video of all time a few years ago. What does the Fox say? That's but that's you breakthrough. They be baby baby youtube. The video goes viral. You got four Chord Song. There are a few that are able to tell you about the two guys that right all the hit songs you hear about this there. Is that right. There's a songwriting team in Europe that they got the same four chords fleeing blown playing and they'll change the lyrics you know they. This is well known. This is not like a secret. These guys have all the they go. Give me some lyrics right for Taylor swift or something. You've got an in then in your off and has a there's many funny videos nurse a trio. These guys are musical comedians. They get up there and play Tayo. How can we don't have any because we don't have a four gorge song? Oh really you don't think so let me show you and then he goes to this deadly and it's all these popular songs of the different lyric this transition natural so so. It's just an I I remember asking this really intelligent friend of mine and you know everything's math south of him and you know yeah he goes yeah. Music is mathematical and please go okay. We got some questions. Why why is this cord more pleasing or beautiful to a human ear mind Dan like this one? I can't just get my cat to go walk cross keyboard most beautiful thing ever you know with some people do but I mean you know so you go. Wow there are some talent there no it has to be a certain struck. I mean infinite Bennett structure of all kinds of variety of whatever but you go. I don't know pornography but I know I want to see it. I mean that kind of thing so I know good music but I know when I hear so when you do that why why in general you know do you have such a commonality with beat with the structure of how it why we're come from what was to trigger that there and if there is a trigger while the man wants to be using it I guarantee it. You know all these people get one room and jump up and down so we can shoot them. I mean you know it's the equivalent of like why are all government buildings painted of Boring Orange Tan colored hell no so this is so this is something I asked and he goes because it's math. Why is it so beautiful? It's Matt is logical. It doesn't have it doesn't make you feel uncomfortable. It makes you feel whatever but it's the mat harmony the speed between an range the yet e-e-eddie Eddie. I don't go there some math thing well they put this into an algorithm and a computer and they go well. You go right to songs not a problem on their song. Gone Gone Gone on a number of songs. Give me some lyrics. I'll watch cat videos turning turning the music industry into a doctor's waiting in room of bland boring and it's not that it's elevator music but psychologically it's the equivalent yes and you lose the Innovation Shen of so much of the stuff that some of the stuff that I play as rejoinders because it's cool riff didn't tap your foot to it or something and the this is one of the things I had a short story idea a friend of mine. She's road a science fiction book and addressed dressed a bunch of different things and and at the time I'm just thinking I'm going you know if they got a certain frequency the hurts on your television screen it was like sixty hertz or whatever it the speed of the frame rate or whatever they kind of matches your mind be able to get you into this. TV's Osan Zombie vacation you wait a minute flip. The ballot diluted Oh they don't WanNa do that. You know so this is true. I mean this stuff happens so you go what if they were able to do that with political commercials well of course they do and I'm going. There's going to be something to have smell-a-vision up there like five chemicals and here's crap within a decade of came out like a decade ago. There was some Indian from India guy that isolated five chemicals that you can put on a soundtrack on-track sound on one side and a track for smell and the other instead of having a surround sound bar whatever the hell on there also has smell experience so when and you get in and all of a sudden it's landing Normandy and you got the salt spray of the intestines blown up the cordite of the whatever the hell right so you're going and the battle Donald Hastings and braveheart smell. I just remember that so our your God knows what porn smell anyway so you have so you have. This smell L. because it's a powerful memory thing right so you had the he'll give Ataman inch freaking ideas so you have distract and it makes makes me WanNa make poor now the smell track I see you're just GonNa keep me off on whatever well Ernie over the break you actually talked about about how you piss off your audience by teasing stuff across breaks and then not getting to it and then you just did it. What was it we make your point about the culture war and now we can talk about music? I see now I got. I can't finish just shut up. You know we'll get to the cultural thing just have to sit there and listen so what we're looking we now we've got another hour coming up if they had on a track if something that would be electromagnetic make commotion of feel something and You put and you know you got Hillary Twenty twenty which may be common you know whatever so you gotTa Hillary Twenty twenty coming. She's and you see a video you see a movie or commercial for and all of a sudden you get a semi you go here's kind of hot you know all all the way our hair sweeps back on and she limps Hillary Clinton whatever the MIT that is scary to think about it if they had some kind of emotional and go they do. It's this rate frame rate good smell what if it's some kind of memory thing which if they can and they are and then what do I see Amazon has now installed Alexa and a bunch of cameras in centers in the television yeah so you go by Oh it's pre equipped with fire got convenience you just talked to it change a channel Electoral Amazon TV TV do this for me and do that and doing doing this surprise in their cell phones are recording them having sex and apple ascending to private contractors like which is freaky Daiki man no. You didn't know you could have a setting so that it doesn't listen to you while you're having your fall. You didn't set the setting you know and I'm like wow wow you guys are amazing so this is a lot of these things are the things that these are control vectors that they have and then a bunch of other stuff is just like psychological conditioning that they can just do culture war. Yes that's a great segue like that so the culture there's so many things that they can just trigger and flip and saying do flashy objects and whatever rally and Bitch and Moan Moan and who's running from what I've tried to plow through that and get down to the meat is the one thing that I do respect Adam for being able to do just skip to the end and do some. I'm kind of activism made you talk about in the next segment so anyway we'll be back and we'll Yacky Yacky Yacky the next couple of hours on such things will trigger everybody epic rap battles of historic right all right. It's not hard I don't mind when you're having a discussion and and and what are you drill down. I mean I sincerely listen. Okay explain it to me. Why are you so upset by this and then what you get down to it? They just need a hug yeah. It was like Whoa this was somebody fan. They got a spark somewhere. They fan delivered a blow dryer just empty. That's not healthy and it's not really even a solution of looking for looking for a target. Ah You know that you really one of empty. Your magazine is that was the point was talking about more. This is the onion onion week in review sources confirming. Your dog died earlier today and we're all really sorry you had to find out about it like this buddy though it's lousy thing to have to learn from an online web video and to hear from a cold hardened newsman's voice that you can't put a face to your pet passed away in his sleep well you went out today and we understand how shocked you must be right now. Sources added that there are many local shelter with animals in need of a good home. We understand that no dog can ever truly replace the one you just lost. 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I'm Mike Clifford a GOP lawmaker critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban also on our Monday rundown health officials in some states stop vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news news on CNN. A Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday assailed President Trump's now castle plan to host Taliban leaders at Camp David for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of Florida's and as we head into the anniversary I we've nine eleven. I do not ever want to see these terrorists. Step foot on US soil period. Those comments walls came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited the Taliban leaders to Camp David for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled meeting after the Taliban took credit for the attack in Kabul that killed the dozen people including an American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging people not to use awesome Erik ticket off has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to a mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control Role in prevention to recommend folks. Stay away from these devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana. Although the state is looking into potential incidences Dr Greg Coal's men is state medical officer for the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. We have something that's serious consequences and we don't know what exactly going on protect yourself herself and stay away from these products at this time until we have a better understanding and hopefully you'll be a good time to stop using the product completely the CDC says it's still unclear clear which vaping agents are responsible for the severe respiratory illness than its cropped up. There is a new text messaging resorts for young people to want to stop vaping at the Montana Hannah. It is called my life my quit. 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Virginia's just two months away from electing a a new general assembly and this week. Aarp Virginia's launching a voter engagement program belt candidates and people age fifty and older focus on key issues during the election it today begins the programs I event a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia says since her group is urging candidates to reconsider a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty nineteen General Assembly this would advocate for up to a thousand dollar income tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able able to claim that tax credit for fifty percents of their out of pocket expenses up two thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million virginians provide unpaid unpaid daily living care for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon ballot initiative was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Oregon affable. CEO Says Group has submitted a measure for approval that would limit the number of self checkout machines and stores to to not only we need to pass his ballot measure to get on top bottom nation. We need to establish in this states a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss and the quality of life or going. It's the northwest Gross Nation says that measure is misguided and customers increasingly prefer self-checkout finally a simple conversation could save a life. That's just one of the messages mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during National Suicide Prevention Wrenching Week which runs through Saturday Ohio suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand eight in two thousand seventeen and Austin Lucas with the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation explains that social stigma still prevents people from seeking help. That's why he says is crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly. Are you thinking about killing yourself or anything about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially if they are really close to this person because they're anxious that this person might say yes Howard having that conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes. 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There's a lot of things going on and it's going to be twenty twenty election and cycle and we're going to have some fun a couple of things one. I wanted to bring up before I forget I gotta over this weekend and there is they do these debates bates or these presentations in New York at the Soho. I Dunno apathy serves Worm Yeah I. It's a thing and I got this notice and I'm and now we get Scott Horton. He'll come on. We'll do podcast and kind of whatever new dot com other of fool's errand about the Greek Rick Dude Yep great accidents Scott's been a good friend for a long time. I've known him since like Oh five. Oh four you know he he would come on Charles go yet. When he had his local show here on clear Channel Day he would on nine eleven or anti war and so on he would have Scott on when I went to Camp Casey in front of the George W Bush's ranch Texas exes when I was when I was a kid? That was the first time that I actually met Scott you know he and I were the only people that really understood what was going on was Alex Jones Scott Horton and me going didn't even really understand everything that she was in the more than most did she. She understood what what was how she was trying. They were using her while she was trying to use them and when they told her you can't say immediate withdrawal you have to say phased withdraw or we're GonNa oh yeah you were in the middle of that back in the day right before I got called those right before I got an. Vw that Cam Crawford happened when they well you had some cindy she han outwitted Adam crap going on back in the day I remember around whatever w we were friends. I haven't heard from her in a long time but but Cindy but we we love working together back in the she she understood because before move on took on her 'cause made a big deal out of it she and her sister started a thing gold gold star families or something for you know you get a gold star if you lose a son kind of thing and it's called Gold Star families and we had her on the show Oh and we were pumping worship but she had articles that were being published on Lou Rockwell <hes> so that's how we knew about her and she got a libertarian liberal what kind of thing def- definitely like a Green Party type yeah honest liberal principle liberalist Democrat but a non-aggression person also she kind of you WanNa be communist nonaggression of leave me alone. I don't Care Right House. Called families do what you want and but she understood what was going on probably more than and people realized and behind the scenes we've had her here. We've got parties for we've done over the years and she was playing him and they didn't like being played so when she refused to say phased withdraw bloom now well understood they went after but there was a point at which they would yeah well they they cut her out cut her out of the mainstream media conversation Ryan Iraq policy to do that. They had a demon eiser whatever's now they can ignore people made in the right wing and every every legitimately pro-war grassroots activists loved attacking in her to do the Soho thing so has this deal and I get this notice and it says event bright which they can just do it and then they if they get popular. Do they have to even book it really or I am. I don't know but this in May of twenty twenty is scheduled to have have a debate between bill kristol which is the super neo-con scumbag of <hes> project for new American. Whatever we need Pearl Harbor prevent nine eleven bring everybody together be communists and so you have bill crystal versus Scott Horne Yeah? It's going to be good and I'm like right right. There's no way inhale that I'm going. Somebody's are all right. We'll track this down. All this goes. This'll be good. You Know Scott Given what I I. I'm so you got that to look forward to you know may maybe we'll we'll get more on. We'll try and get Scott. I tell him everything. What the Hell is this about? I'd I'd WANNA go back. Oh there's someone working on an invite for me for the Soho form goes to their events to debate someone. Who is it the does it what federal government including to exist for some reason? I don't know who that would be. So who who are they soho is. What is this a political event hosting club in New York as far as long we will yeah? I would like to know what that Hell is going on. You know especially if I tell you what we'll do a search on that because I wanna see what's and Oh yeah pirates borders DOT com today we're having and the biggest complaint that we were having because a lot of people use their mobile devices to access the Internet and on the mobile device the text is not assist Internet with whatever so something would bigger screen but the increase in the font size of all you're too old while I was pretty much US bitch but you know they're right and we want to make it so. We're doing a lot of behind the scenes stuff. There's a big giant package outrage unframed we're doing the reason foundation is behind so form really so formed a monthly to beat series held in so Manhattan a project of the reason foundation this the series features topics of special interest Libertarians and aims to enhance social and professional ties within the New York City Libertarian Community Way. There's a New York City Libertarian community. Yeah I know a bunch of the guys there but what do you what do you do when you wake up in New York. City your fricken leave. The belly of the state is beast. I hear it is the Matrix Bill Kristol Scott Horton so who forum debate there it is okay so I clicked clicky on that here. It is the Soho Forum description Monday May Eleventh Twenty Twenty William Kristol versus Scott Horton thing I ah all right bill Kristol was the founder and editor at large of the Political Magazine Weekly Standard published from ninety five to eighteen. He's known for advocating for the US invasion of Iraq and has since become a prominent critic of president trump blah blah blah blah blah so it's not like Scott's GonNa defend trump or anything Scott Horton is the author of the Book Look Foolish Errand time to end the war in Afghanistan managing director Libertarian Studios Fanti were Radio Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah shall. I'm going WHO KI okay okay. I wow okay I'd but bill oh crystal to make his point. He'll go see north. Korea sent a nuke nuke blah blah blah. We gotta go kick some ass or something. Eh whatever so we'll do that I'm <hes>. Whatever now are you gonNa Finish your point about the culture award? I had a point the wells easiness across five segments now all right well. It was my point culture war. I'm not I'm going to tell you what your point was on the cultural or is this your job to tell us what the point is on the culture war. It's my job be able to try and you interrupt me. That's that's what it is so the culture we've been following a great deal here certainly with Dr Frank Chambery. We do the trump report. That's his whole thing is. It's a cultural thing you know and which has been my both of us for years. We've been going Walkman. This is just a culture thing. That's what this whole thing is about is just to have an effect on the general public opinion that fill in the blank whatever they WanNa do and I wanna be you know where's the freedoms answer wants to question mindset now. WE'RE DOT com go and <hes> you had your book freedom that you did the book drop book bomb or whatever it was on on New Orleans. Is that still bear fruit as time goes on. Tell me about that well we're. We're getting ready to go back and do a focus group and see what the effects are but hey. If while we're talking about music started you're not allowed well then I'll tell you the important part of my straight pride speech when we get back from the break all right great pride you yeah no I you got a lot of criticism probably both sides down outwitted advice don't care but you were there and you're in the middle of it and what you're going to hear about his everybody. Everybody is other guy I think I succeeded and I got a lot of hooks for free hugs and tear-gas crimes of the crown by captain mark the crown cast the world in shadow and claims to be our guiding light cowards clamor for security from boogeyman and ghost stories well. I say these hobgoblins are imaginary canary. I say those they propped up as our liberators are now subsisting on our bondage I say there is freedom in the black and that's exactly where we intend to go the crown on banishes its own officers for exposing its crimes and tortures dissidents to the brink of madness it dominates the globe and swallows the wealth of generations leaving only blood and excrement dramatic the crown calls it piracy to explore frontiers beyond its grasp so the time has come for us to define the conduct among pirates. I say the crown sound is trampled. 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DOT FM to be a part of the show call six zero two two two six four two thousand eight hundred six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred and now Ernest handcock <music>. If you want to fool the folksy comes in handy. If you WANNA tell some lies full no longer there is you can do in propaganda. He propaganda up again the what you think you're GONNA say Cajon Dam Show Cinco you were gone one can only depend on Gandhi. I'm I'M I. There's there's there's a lot of songs that we did. Charles and I were doing the show of Air America and I would put one of the things that I did is I wanted to have access to the show with clips and I would not interrupt Charleston Year of Charles. Kick your ass you okay so but sometimes you'll just be a dick. You know I had where I could put in different song. It'd be talking about different stuff or clips a different things yup and boom you know and it may for the show's fun but <hes> that propaganda. There's a bunch of other stuff that was a lot of good creative songs in opposition to Bush but when Obama got in the antiwar movement all the logic and reason of why Bush shocked everything they went totally out the window they go. Thanks for all that presidential power. You don't give us. We did it for Hillary coming in. She's going to have all kinds then trump got it damn it would not supposed to be for like him so I this whole thing is it. We're in a different situation with the Internet. It has changed everything. The general public opinion can be impacted with a viral video of a dog doing whatever okay okay so there started getting out of hand. I think a lot of this stuff that we're doing with our. Ip stuff they don't want that stuff there forever and always especially when it comes to the Federal Reserve Century of enslavement by James Corbett is amazing to watch how they target that video radio. I am just wow you have to log in and Youtube to watch it. It's age restricted so you're not going to have high school. Kids Ed's mule doing reports on whatever L. Ease. At which is the real truth of everything you demonetized you type it in you. Can't I mean it's there. You're the man you ain't recommend nothing where before you put in Federal Reserve it was number. One may go hail. No and I go oud be doing you and that you know well. This entire system is we're screwed. We have to have a new internet another be begun well so now we have at SPACEX is putting up another two or three hundred communications satellites within the next you know by the end of the year and then early next year they got a whole bunch more going. It's going to be ubiquitous why five planetary whatever under the man I'm sure but it demonstrates the capability shape ability with cubesats for us to bypass and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah there was a certain leap in technological capacity that made bitcoin possible that you could download how blockchain at least in the early days on readily available computing devices your phone or or a laptop or desktop tire chain what we couldn't do everything we need to have a fully decentralized blockchain based Internet yet and I would like to think we're not GonNa win by banging our heads against the wall of Youtube Google facebook twitter but that there's going to be a fundamental shift towards a blockchain base Internet Internet and at least blocking based social media and there's GonNa be a facial like you have to go where the people are and until there's a you push a button and it ports everything from everything you've ever got into the new system. People aren't going to get off facebook because it's a drug there depending on it. They're totally psychologically replaced. That's coming and and I'm I'm pretty hopeful for that. I think it's just a matter of developing the next scale of technological capacity when you're and in the sense. I don't think they wanna let your phone get any more capable like the phone that I got more capable. Go to them right do do they really they know that by putting this computing power in everybody's pockets that genie they have changed the world and decentralised power in an unstoppable way if this technology gets to the next level. Can you imagine the computing power that is now in my pocket used to take a building to house and next thing you know we're going to have the next scale L. A. OF NEURAL STILL FIT in your pocket but it'll be you know oh fifth behind your ear or fit in your ear bill fit behind behind the skinny your ear any advance even a little bit over a long enough period of time and all of a sudden we're going to be you. We know if you're in reality now. This is one of Moscow's saints going look at some point any advancement but you won't notice you won't even know in order to appear intimate where we today exactly imagine caveman or primitive human being being put in today's world they would woah wait. This doesn't know this isn't reality. This is some drains in some science fiction thing everybody look around these feel Surrey all you know but we all who are here today. Go through this. This is the normal and yeah we have like what's the big deal and what blows my mind is to think about the exponential nature of this and and this is where you you look forward and go holy crap because you look back and you go the change that humanity has experienced over roughly the last twenty years of mature Internet Internet Semi Mitch. I mean adolescent Internet whatever you WANNA call it but functional Internet is equivalent to the change that society experience over the two hundred years prior to that in every iteration fedaration technologies distributed that much faster you look at how long from the printing press for books to be everywhere the automobile and then cell phones dumb phones to smartphones overnight and end the distribution accelerate so that change of the last two hundred years is equivalent to the change of the last two thousand and then twenty then which means that that same amount of Jalen go faster about to experience in the next two years and then two months and then to we like that's what we're on the verge of and that blows my mind every every time I look at that and hold that thought in my head and go wow this is this is the exponential curve Laurent with technology. It's really darn exciting time. I'm to be alive here. It is okay we had this weekend. I read this and there was another article too but this one is one hundred years ago Oh today this is the world's most disruptive technology or talking about the sears catalog Craig's list or something yeah this is how they sold stuff and then there was another one or the sears catalog was revolutionary because is the first time I put pictures of women in laundry in men's hands all across Victoria secret somehow now I started getting Victoria's secrets when the kids are in high school and it would be on the Tamna. Go wherever you go there yeah my friends in the bathroom threw him with reading it. Yeah I was a kid <hes> it's just one. It's called what Martin Luther can teach us about bitcoin. Now I got this from zero. Your hedges crap man. 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If I want to talk about is that bitcoin out there are no competition and we need and Got Neil Bitcoin wellpoint well the point that they are making in this article is that with the adoption of the printing press <laughter> then changed everything but people look at the printing press was democratization sation immediately to all the people of everything but no it wasn't not quite it wasn't an elite you know we got the commission this guy to do my book for me because I got a book and I want my book and when we get back or anyone else finish his point about the culture where in fact the new Data Center in Utah requires one point seven million gallons of water every single day to operate billions of fourth amendment violations neat massive computers and the water to cool that water is being supplied applied by the State of Utah fact there's absolutely nothing in the constitution which requires your state to help the feds violate your rights our message to Utah turn it no water equals no NSA data center visit is it off now dot org. 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It's time for declare ear your independence with Ernest handcock brake drum the only attracted a trump overseas trying to stop terrorism and terrorist living the KKK waste discriminate only generates. Hey Straight bookstop rates have set a straight ticket meditate gravitate y'all got this was <music>. <hes> a concert Sierra went to she heard that your dad you gotTa choose producing for you've got to have this song. It's amazing how my kids take time to get about twenty five. You know Eh that's why they get paid. Okay I got something on my mic is doing my nance expensive Michelson. That's why by the Mike Cutting out the <hes> your your mic as you're seeing that much too I blew out my I blew out my connections. The little solder glue off yeah there is as an off air. You were saying okay real quick. I went to a couple of things I want to get off. <hes> I saw a thing that you did promoting a web page to promote Cynthia mckinney he for President Libertarian Twenty twenty. What the hell was that about Cynthia mckinney is a hero of mine and I don't like it says the we've talked in in her on the show? I like her yeah well. What was the last time we had her on all right? No I mean I don't know what their last year okay so since Antarctica Poco when she came out and said that she's an anarchist yeah I know I talked to her since she wanted me to be on her abortive advisory director or something thing or it's absolutely live on the show every month on and see if he'll come on again the but no I like her. Yeah sounds like you guys. You're going to be voting and stuff aren't you. Yes I thought so. I'm K- we what is this odd called the stream. Just what you son of God Dang Microsoft okay. What am I supposed to do here? It's <hes> push a button. No Yeah No. We're on the network to the audio. It's just a livestream you know the video well. We better sell the important stuff. Now I got y'all. I Hate Microsoft. Did it do an automatic. Just says yeah we yeah I do like it and we redid it. Somebody somebody pushed a button. We're correct error Info you. Did it wrong. Ah these guys are killing me man you know show those of you got the audio. You know this'll be the secret the secret one of the show but let's play. We're GonNa play a little let me finish about Cynthia so Cynthia was the Green Party nominee for president two thousand eight former Democratic congresswoman from Georgia amazing activists and to have her running for the Libertarian Party nomination for president would bring so much positive energy and attention into the party as well. L. Is create a gateway for people on the left to do to whom she can uniquely speak to and also potentially create a fusion campaign if she were to win the nomination for president or vice president someone there who could say look. Let's unite the independence of green parties at least for one election cycle. They say we're going to put all of our power on one to challenge the duopoly. Whatever works okay so we're GONNA play a little since since we're off the stream? It doesn't matter if it's on the you know we're going to play a little <hes> a little Howard stern game blanket doodle do. Can you say that on the radio. Now Oh constantly fill in the blank or anything you fill in the blank blanket house. Do a blank willow can't say well. You can't say that seaward but you say cocky if you're talking about like a person right yeah so I imagine there's another c word. <hes> see you next Tuesday. Okay which is which is extremely offensive to a lot of people and I think appropriately so but if you can't if you if you can't if you can't say blanket doodle do which you can refer to a person as cocky. I imagine you can't say see you next Tuesday but you can say cunty right. If you're talking about a person Donna here. I can't get away with that one. Let's see I use this word only to describe the culture war and I've had a couple of women actually say Adam that that's it's an offensive word. You can't use conti to describe anything and I go well. Are you offended by the word cunty good 'cause that's why I'm I'm using it. In this context you take whatever offense you have with the word Cunty and apply it to what I'm talking about the culture war the county culture the war because that's all it is people come out being emotional Kant and using emotional manipulation bad word he will say. I don't know I don't even no. I'm not checking my list. I'm I'm sorry I'm not. I'M NOT WOKEN A- Carlin's seven words pretty sure it's Okay I. I you know they'll come up with an heck. Can't whatever I'm so all this goes right in with Dave Chapelle thing. Did you see that that special now and it was great topnotch comedy Dave Chapelle at his best. It was in over hyped. It was a little over hyped among Libertarians say Oh this is revolution and Dan not quite it definitely showed. There's you know it's like when everything opinion goes too far. One way it always is coming back and I don't think he's gone to Faubert. He's definitely showing the pendulum's pulling it back. He's pulling back from the political correctness and that's great. I am this everything you know waxes and wanes and they they they those do this kind of stuff and made you look distracted of whatever the hell it is because whenever this big giant stuff's happens. I'm just like check your six. You know you need to look behind you. See what the hell is coming. They're distracting you from something's going on and it's a lot of this deep state Epstein `Blabla somebody's frogmarch in line of neo getting arrested people or something and then right when they think they again Hillary twenty nine. Thank you think I'm kidding. She can't go away she can't I it makes a lot of sense Ernie to I have a sixteen with Clinton trump and twenty twenty. My only reservation on this is whether or not Clinton is <unk> physically capable because in sixteen and I know a lot of this was doctored videos and stuff that was twisted by trump supporters but Clinton really was frail hill was she not well. Yeah I mean you know do I care and then try now apparently trump and and you know I'm not one to see see Nancy. Pelosi is stuttering through another press conference and go oh she therefore she's losing her mind. I mean it's been happening for for a long time and trump standing next to Milania saying oh well. She wishes she could be your and in Florida. You go well trump similarly losing losing his mind and I I I don't know but Clinton certainly has the best technology that money can buy the proper body up and I would not be surprised but that that would be my dream if I was a Libertarian Party nominee in twenty twenty to be debating trump in Clinton again. I mean that'd be the best opening for us but you know they're going to engineer it as has as they always do to preserve the duopoly to keep it close so that you feel like you have to throw your vote away on your favorite least evil candidate okay well. I believe that those on the stream it just kind of reset and we're doing and now they're connected. You're not allowed to connected stuff happens man yeah. There's definitely so keep going yeah. Go Go. I'M GONNA cut the recording whatever keep going. I'll fix it so the thing about this speech that I gave at the St a pride rally in Boston was that <hes> I was basically out trolling the trolls and I knew that my speech was going to be controversial there but I really succeeded beyond my wildest dreams and setting myself apart from the main organizers of this because they tried to cut me off. They pulled my Mike and I said the one thing I appreciate about the find people on all sides of this country culture or is that you've got all the people who so desperately desperately need hugs together in one place if you think Straits really need a parade. Maybe you need a hug if you're really that triggered by a maybe you need a hug if you feel threatened by the gay the agenda. Maybe you need a hug. If you're afraid of Jews like near replacing maybe need a hug. 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What's what's the question you're listening to Ernest handcock all right back? Adam Co cash is in studio is down there visiting tonight. You're going to go the Miracle County Libertarian Party media whatever and I might go i. I don't think I got anything better. I gotta there's nothing like on TV. I got to watch her and some better or there's no. There's no grass I gotta Mow or you know I yeah we'll. We'll go but the one thing that I I'm wondering is when you're dealing with the county libertarian party I you'll since the activists days or whatever they're just paper pushers man. They're not really are they doing anything or a thing hang or you it in Arizona Yeah Well I. I was just <hes> table in at the Yavapai county fair and Prescott with the State Party does does a lot of fun <hes> counting Yavapai not organized enough to to be there but Emily Goldberg great activists with with the State Party <hes> <music> she set it up and just invited me to come and do a show up and do the world small little quiz and talk to people so there's a we have a core cadre of obsers of the state level and you know obviously Maricopa being by far. The biggest population county in the state is the most organized with the L. P. The only one that has really consistent consistent meetings in the state that I'm aware of and it's there and Ernie. I can't complain if you don't show up because the L. P. He is whatever you make of it. Why aren't there more actively? LP because you're not there now I can do. I want to do and not have to worry about having a meeting about it. You know I go there. I said aren't this is what we're doing. We're speaking. We're doing this run this guy. What are you guys WanNa do or help with our beside no okay well? I just do it well. They still wait on them or you can still go to the monthly monthly meetings and meet people and say this is what I'm doing who wants to join me and that's how I grunt. Sereni <hes> great guy who was also at at the Pike County Fair who's running for Arizona State Senate <hes> <hes> organized the jail relief outreach program where egos on on weekends when people are getting released from Maricopa County jail and he's there with a you know for them to use a cell phone and have snacks ax and whatever they need of course he's giving them l. p. propaganda and copies of my book in Suffolk that but it's I found out about that because he showed up at an LP America will county meeting and it was just like I'm doing this jail relief release or jail release relief program and drawing me and people didn't so I I really encourage which people to to to see the LP not just as the political organization a gathering place and a hub for Libertarian activism where you can go and promote your stuff and brainstorm with like minded people and make things happen yeah so that's where I'll be tonight. I'll go and talk okay. Okay here comes twenty twenty there's so many issues today Coco's restaurant bakeries six PM tonight which one goes in. I'll pull the address yeah COCO's in Phoenix. No it's a chain or was it. Keep closing everything but you know the we're going to and we'll go talk to them. You know but I am going to do what I'm GonNa do and anybody can help what matter of fact your over watching <hes> steelers patriots hatred game last night where the Patriots beat Diligent Crab Neil so marked happy but the <hes> so a bunch of guys there were hanging and so on and his one of his best friends from mom marine days in a trench in Kuwait and Gulf War One this guy's name name initials are lumber anyway so he he just retired this June from being the fusion director liaison with the federal government as a sergeant agent in the Phoenix Police Department okay so he's one of the head guys of the whatever he was because he would have an email. We've known each other we on vacation cruises whatever because he's always around and we're friends but I'm going so how many days retired it's been going on for years where he finally gun. So what does he do. He starts some private contracting Ango and doing the same kind of whatever you know. It's whatever I want to know but the his email was at FBI dot Gov and I'm going to Hell Eagles. Were just one big happy family. <hes> sit there and say there's not fusion. I know that was one thing with John. Bush and Catherine blache they did leaving senator defusion project or something and we hooked up an interview you with them with one of the Lieutenant Commander Blah Blah Blah. It was a woman in charge of the Deer Valley. It's not too far from me like ten fifteen minutes from here and they ever saying oh no. This doesn't exist you know you you guys are making it up or I'm going. I duNNo. She's standing there on video telling you what's going on so it's just as propaganda handed in the media and it's just so full of crap their ear stink well. We shovel one more teaspoon of crap rapid. I'm you know it's kind of like monty python one more sliver beat reporter so that's what I'm waiting on you just keep shoveling so tonight Monday September ninth seven to nine. PM At Coco's bakery restaurant twenty twenty six north Seventh Street in Phoenix Arizona so we're GonNa Finish your point about the culture I have a point. There's a there's a cult I i. I think they use culture as a weapon. It's general every goal of course Ernie you know but now they're Ernie honey. What are you talking about? I go no this whole thing politics. You know business where you buy your products branding what celebrity endorsers what tennis shoe whatever it's all comes down to Jeremiah over cobbling opinions. They don't fight the system yeah. They definitely want you fighting amongst amongst yourselves as long as they're not both are glad the cops are standing there with their billy clubs in their spray then we're good need us. I mean sports I and and and I I love Donnas steeler fandom and state of disappointment as a result of last night but even even that and I don't mind people in join their indulgences but when you're fighting over stuff in politics it like you said everything kind of falls into this where you're fighting over over relatively petty stuff so you're not fighting the system. You're convinced that there's a meaningful difference between Democrats and Republicans when they all support at least all elected ones or at least ninety plus percents support the bankers support the drug war they support corporatism they support the police say they support the surveillance day all of these fundamental evils of government. They're all on the same side of and this is why I think localization is such a powerful alternative right if you're a conservative and he made a liberal on the street you kind of have to see them as an enemy because you're gonNA be forced into one system where one of US GonNa win and get to have your wealth force on the other but ultimately it's the will of the corporate sponsors the super super class the special interests determine policy not public opinion and so you're just going to have something forced on you but if we localize government to the point where you can you say oh you're a liberal you live in a liberal community. I hope you're enjoying that. Oh you're conservative. You live in a conservative area. I hope you enjoy that and be united night in respect for each other's freedom rather than united under one government system and that's that's what they don't want you to know. That's what they don't want you to see to get past all the county culture war divisiveness fitness yeah. We're going to keep using it. It's the county culture war from now honoring to make sure that county is okay to say on the radio just so that we can say county culture war over and over and over again county culture war well. You probably took a big hit on this metoo thing. No nobody really cared now. One explain it to you know all the language things like is that no I mean I in politics. There's there's a weird self consciousness about political correctness and the Libertarian Party there are people who pretend to have it it both ways like yeah we can challenge the system while wearing suits and talking exactly like politicians no you can't this is a discussion mark mark and I are having now and mark used to be one of the most radical hardcore anarchists well. He's still Schaefer Libertarian. He's still is yeah. He's he's <hes> there's going to be government to the point of maybe even Global Court of right and wrong of the basic. You're not allowed to like you know lay waste genocide aside or something so this is a discussion we're going to have. We're going to do a three hour at his office or so. I said I'd go out there and do it to get him on. Let's do it you know and I guess is going to be entertainment and we're GONNA have five years his office. He won't come into the studio here yeah. He said he would but it's inconvenient and he's like a billion dollar. Earn our lawyer yeah go out. There got nice office with you know Super Secretary Babes you know and his condo of whatever I don't mind going out there so so we'll do that. I made convenient care but the main thing that he's arguing is libertarians just always come off as being being unreasonable and I'm going no that's not that's a false self consciousness. I don't know I don't and I go well. You're confused me with someone liner care minor. It's real but it's not significant I there is way more control. There's way more manipulation. There's way way more than I think. People realize somebody one of the supporters of the pro one time I was. We were on vacation talking to one of our financial supporters and I go you you know the break. It's a shot up got. I got a button him. The main thing that I was saying was that AH I can't believe these people white Easter. They really believe this. Why would they do how the what the heck is? He goes you do it and I go. What are you talking about? He goes you make a choice. What not to print your got a bias of what even you do you have a bias to freetalklive? I was join the military for thirty one years and I hear all this talk about the draft and defending freedom and all that from my perspective is Bac Savy. I never defended vetted antibodies freedom American or anybody else I was a higher <hes> for the US government just propaganda put out by the government tailless were the best and the brightest and and all of that bake me. All millions of people have died caused the American military all over the world. There's nobody attack. You know how far government is like every other governor is run by the generous psychopath that our power mad and I have no clue that goes on inside your mind but if nothing good free talk live live seven nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on the Liberty Radio Network at L. R. N. DOT FM The L. R. End Dot FM social media channels have been revamped. We've eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and mastodon the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts. You'll find posts from multiple L. R. N. DOT FM show hosts together in one place follow us on twitter at Twitter Dot L. 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Gop The OPN lawmaker critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban also on our Monday rundown health officials in some states stop vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN. A Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday a sale L. President Trump's now cancelled plan to host Taliban leaders can't David for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks tax represented Michael Walls of flawless and as we head into the anniversary of nine eleven I do not ever want to see these terrorists step foot on US soil period. Those comments Wall came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled hold the meeting after the Taliban took credit for the attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to the e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging people not to use them Eric ticket off has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to who am a stereo and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend folks. Stay away from these devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana. Although the state is looking into potential incidences Dr Greg Holes men is State medical officer for the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. We have if something serious consequences and we don't know what exactly going on protect yourself and stay away from these products at this time until we have a better understanding and hopefully that'd be a good time to stop using the product completely the CDC says it's still unclear which vaping agents are responsible for the severe respiratory illness. That's cropped up. There is a new text messaging resorts young people to want to stop vaping at the Montana and called my life my quit. The discovery of chemicals linked to cancer a hypertension and other health problems groundwater has scientists and some Wisconsin resonance calling for more testing dill forms explains p Foss often often referred to as forever chemicals have been found in the groundwater near the TYCO fire products plant so far this year scientists have tested one hundred thirty private wells in northeastern Wisconsin and they found elevated pizzas levels in eleven and detected the chemicals in twenty-six Others Jeff Lamont a retired hydrologist says the compounds have been found in his well. He says they break down slowly in the environment. Stay in your body for the rest of your life and have been linked to serious medical problems testicular cancer high cholesterol pregnancy problems and women hypertension tyco has proposed expanding the city of marinates water system to include more homes at now use well water. This is p. Ns Virginia's just two months away from electing a new general assembly and this week Aarp Virginia's launching a voter engagement program the bill candidates and people aged fifty and older focus on key issues during the election today begins the programs I event a two week push advocating for family family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia says her group is urging candidates to reconsider a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty nineteen General Assembly this would advocate for up to a thousand dollar income tax credit each year so it would be qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able to claim that tax credit for fifty percents of their out of pocket expenses up two you that thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million Virginians provide unpaid daily living here for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year ear out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon ballot initiative was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Oregon affable. CEO Says Group has submitted a measure for approval that would limit the number of self checkout machines and stores to to not only we need to pass ballot measure to get on top to bottom nation. We need to establish in this states a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss and the quality of life or going the northwest Grocery Association says that measure is misguided and customers increasingly increasingly prefer self-checkout finally a simple conversation could save a life. That's just one of the messages mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during National Suicide Prevention Week which runs through Saturday Ohio suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand in two thousand seventeen in Austin Lucas with the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation explains that social stigma still prevents people from seeking help. That's why he says it's crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly or you think about killing herself or are you thinking about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially especially if they're really close to this person because they're anxious that this person might say yes Howard having that conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes asks. Lucas says the next step is to stay with them and help connect them to resources that can help anyone in crisis is encouraged to text four H. O. P. E. Eight two seven four one seven four one Mary Sherman reporting this story was produced in association with meeting the Public Interest and funded in part by the George George Gone Foundation are Mike Clifford thanks for starting a week with public news service we are member and listener supported and raw line at public do service DOT. Org uh-huh. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me I remember that one hundred hundred here's we have these machines and after a century I remember that which members they make them remember we they all aw Una feared but relatively <hes> paying attention concerned of <hes> stuff happened. I didn't even check the site this morning I I you know things like this happen in the news and take advantage of bit by educating people when these things happen you're going to look let me tell you why that's happening century of enslavement by James Corbett and it's just so so <hes> and now we have nine eleven coming up tomorrow nine eleven right in the tent no day after tomorrow where Texas the rescue the maybe it's my first time flying on nine eleven since Texas New Mexico Albuquerque I might I might be flying to San Antonio Mechanic and drive love with him. We're playing well. He's got his big. RV wrapped freedom line dot com and got the big giant rap black. Whatever Donald put the pictures up here in bit and it is a nice traveling billboard and you had had you know some quality get to go around place asleep kind of thing you know that is a very savor the way that I travel and tour in campaign well? What's your campaign? What the contract we've got Adam Co cash in Studio Adam versus demand and he's <hes> and he makes the stream go down they know reboot servers and all you guys listening to live on the Stream? It's yeah just went down on whatever you know but what we do is we of course everything in studio. The only put it up on our own stuff and ripe yet is there forever and suck it and that's what they don't like it. They live when you're dependent on their cloud <music> social network platform of we flip the switch so I'm going and twenty twenty. You're going to see a bunch of it and they're going to do it right in the most Brad Superbowl Oh time when it's the most important you need and it's gone <hes> I they are and they then those who Ernie how no those won't leave me alone okay they. I will not allow this message if they can so. That's why I'm a street guy. I'm going you know what this Qr Kogo somewhere these fourteen hundred signs downtown downtown the whatever you're GonNa do well you Kinda did that with your freedom sidewalk. Dang the graphics that are up here. You came and you made these stencils. Can you power wash you got the dirty sidewalks up and says whatever you want ain't cleaning part of your sidewalk one letter time so how how you're going back there to do what I focus group and have some statistical demonstration of the effectiveness of this so we can do more for what do you think what was the impact of the freedom books in mailboxes everybody in New Orleans well because you did how many one hundred something thousand for thousand bull. Oh my God yeah and there's some ways where I'm like well. How can we're not getting biles of emails but you know what what happened in this is an important thing I think for her perspective as an activist that you certainly represents everything works? It's a cumulative yeah and you just people well. You know most people in America even the reason they're not libertarian. Activists is that they've bought into kind of rational ignorance argument of well. My life is great. I can minimize government's role in my life and carry on and I'll be fine and I wanna say you're barely wrong. You know it's not quite rational ignorance. If you pay just a little bit more attention and you get a little more active. You can have a huge impact. You don't have to get fulltime. You don't have to get caught up in it but right in the pace yourself. If the point of libertarianism awesome is to minimize the role of government in your life and you end up talking about government all the time you're doing it wrong right and what I saw from people in New Orleans when I was going out and promoting the book after the book drive was so positive and so you don't go out dressed up as sergeant freedom with the the silt my awesome mm-hmm silly get up for Mardi Gras with the big freedom logo on the back and people got that book that was awesome. It's just you know you know that you've reached people in shifted do that perspective so having that feedback was awesome. We want to quantify it. Things are going to happen that they'll sit down once and they start re and finished with it. You know they'll they'll their big thing that I find out a lot of this activism is not so much impact. It has on the people that agree with it or the learned learn something but on the bad guys they're just like Oh somebody there penetrating the bureaucracy and they don't like it when they don't know they need to have control if you're not in control your control and that mentality that man it's just it just not mom so idea with over the years I'm fifty eight now and I started in my twenties doing this stuff and about this and about thirty years and as I just hardcore won't compromise on advocate and they'll yell at me and you know you're you're doing it wrong and so on but then they see around them the culture neurons ONA changes to where they're demanding of their politicians yeah leave me alone Azeem on guns and on my body and on the daddy it's everything follows that public opinion and but it has delay. There's doesn't government along yeah this in a lot of people they don't. I got to the point I don't care. I go yeah whatever you know. We'll just keep doing what we're we're doing. Because what am I looking for. What Donna and I had always planned from the eighty? s when we first started was four grandchildren like a win our kids start having having kids. That is our goal. We're looking in the future before you even got married or our kids are conduits for grand babies and we gotta raising good parents for our grandkids so we don't gotta be parents stew again. I want to do that again. I WANNA do that. Grandparent thing you know and so the future it's going to go and when it does what's going to be on the other side. Are we going to be better off or worse off. It's always they ratcheted down. It's more worse but if you get that that revolutionary kind of mindset mindset and and I don't need you and I'm going to do this. It's just the opinion of people and whenever mark and I we talk about this stuff and I go whatever you're coming up with. Whatever mechanism there's going to be what people except it's all going to be based on general public opinion? That's just what they wanted because well. They are going to be people that are gonNA. They're gonNA vote. We're GONNA be this and I go yeah general public opinion as what you're going to be so this is I hopefully have made some impact on. We'll have a really good conversation so when you guys see mark and I want to listen to that one I'm GONNA be. There's GonNa be good because marks really good at our. He's a trial attorney. One of these guys this do a plea saying he's GonNa we gonNA try. I get another audience again. Yeah so you like having an attorney that no you want to go to trial and there's there's a bunch of trials come into Oh there is the Glendale cops tasers guy in the testicles when he was on his belly and handcuffs handcuffs were they pulled down his pants and he put the Taser on his balls named after his hand cut it was this guy getting pulled out of a car. Okay Okay saw Marcy Ternan Nice so nice go hassle and when that happened in that broke Marcus telling me you won't pay attention to this one when it broke and they did the big television investigative multi day got depend who gets on they had sent at that tape originally to miracle <unk> county attorney's Office to reading nothing to see here so good well that was right when we had the freedom summit and Bill Montgomery was speaking and I dug up the next morning. I'm like bill I go you know that report was a senator. You guys and you guys passed on it. I don't know what the hell are. You GonNa this one so eventually he's like we're just send it to the FBI FBI you deal with it and then he gets appointed Supreme Court justice just stuff. You can't make up so you just got. Let's see how this works out and we'll keep you guys see the reason that we focused. It doesn't matter if I focused on New Jersey or Arizona what it's all the same thing you know they do it this yeah they do it the same way you just I identify in your small little community of whatever and here's four or five we rule you guys you just put it on a county state eight international level. It's the same kind of thing just writ large with bigger guns. Also what do we do about it. Well first thing is not get all well. Not Up advocate have fun and somebody gets off their ass and actually do something at least Adams donuts from the six letter of captain and mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims to own us when it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless hapless victims to kill or be killed it simply slavery by another name landlubbers are routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell well with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear is ordered or face punitive measures the crown insist that you participate in your own oppression Russian a jury summons provide pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a jerk and vote not guilty unit. It's proven the law was violated. Ager ager can equipped for any reason at all and not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury summons is basically winning this edition lottery but if you reveal that you know this during during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed. If the crown foolishly crimson pirate jury duty it behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws. If he master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims a fortune assent is irrelevant most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones that accept their bondage these house slaves see no contradiction being drafted in a ward in slavery or summoned to a jury to prosecute tax evasion and ideal slave knows no higher call the masters will the crowns highest ambition is that it's slaves revere the authority. Yes subjugates them but the crown does not own me. 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From Zero Hedge it was about the printing press after its initial rollout printing presses became the must have item for Europe's wealthy nobility within decades lightning speed by the Stan- standards there there were over two hundred printing presses scattered across Europe but what then to our modern sensibilities virtually inseparable from books and the printed word that question seems absurd. One key missing piece was understand the economics of the printed word word the wealthy owned plenty of books but their creation for centuries had been a one to one transaction between collector and scribe Nelson actually physically right at you know the monk sitting there and little artwork and curly yeah whatever flurries on the page of different colors of who gives a crap but neither the increasingly literate general public nor the entrepreneurs behind the first printing presses had any concept of buying a book going home and reading Senate like railroads and Internet centuries later the bubble burst nobility supplying the capital lost interest and more than half of your it's Europe's presses shutdown around and even among the survivors was only twelve presses in major cities that did the vast majority of pre reformation printing printing in these early years began to prosper not by disrupting corrupting the old order but by serving it they printed books that were then ornately illustrated by hand making the production of books as luxury items a bit more efficient and of particular importance in these urban centers were far more mundane projects done for church and state such as informational flyers quite ironically indulgences indulgences was after you died or or before you die you one at pope would grant free ticket in the heaven or something. Did you know and they would sell them these indulgences. This'll be a man I need. A free ticket was bad boy. I got money that problem here. Poke and give you a piece of paper they a key key part of Luther initially renegade theology was communicated with ordinary people in their own language pedigree shows. How is the author of this book how this catalyzed the publishing industry to take a major step towards what we know today? Luther became the first bestselling author publishing books pamphlets and in his translation of the Bible in German until that time it was customary not to list books author on the cover of front page unless it was a revered figure from antiquity but Luther his theological associates and the blooming Wittenberg publishing industry perceptively understood the concept of branding and additional luther name right upfront they developed a site specific look across multiple title Bla-bla-bla the point that they're making here and you go through the article and I thought was really fascinating. Is that this printing press I the Internet is communication. Whatever served church and state it was definitely state? I can tell you that so you have these. This technology was there to what do general public opinion and the way they wanted well when you have the people doing it or you got an unpublished in D. Platform de Monetize de something because man we all want the people's out out there saying nothing because this Internet thing is running because keep in mind. It was all like all these creations is to serve the state well. It was Dr Presenter now without you think was is going to happen so what they didn't see is in the future all of a sudden now they got two hundred something thousand freedom books in New Orleans. You see my point so now with the Internet Internet. It's going to be going that way and you. You've been hearing me yakking about it forever. I'm going on about this. SPACEX could have first starling service by February twenty twenty SPACEX can provide service <HES> can provide service top the USA and Canada. There was a Tapu and thereafter three hundred and sixty satellites are operating in orbit. Previously SPACEX has talked about two launches in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred seven launches in the first half of twenty twenty six launches. They need to reach three hundred and sixty starling satellites by the end of January they would then spend some time getting the satellites in the right positions positions because he got the lie on thrusters get position and whatever so they've already done like sixty or something test Nagai okay cool rock and roll suddenly line boom boom boom boom I got rockets rockets and put an end Internet so this is going to be there already going to have three hundred and sixty satellites and now we'll give you pretty good coverage. I guess but they're doing like some. I'm stupid like twelve thousand I it's going to be a mesh over and space is pretty big so I'm not that worried. Get your proximity warning of trusting. We don't run into whatever AH guessing fix it but the point is is we're going to have ubiquitous Wi fi planetary internet competing with whatever's going on now and a lot of people are or young enough. They don't remember what it was like. I remember when it was. At and T. and you had freaking one phone company lying communication at Oh it was jam then it went to the bay broke them up a little baby bells never same thing then they went to the Internet started voice over Internet <hes> protocols then and then corruption and Yada Yada Yada Yada well. How's it serving the Manuel when it stopped serving them they turn you freaking off so ooh this digital book burning literally that they're doing Amazon House? <hes> your your book <hes> is it available and you can get it and they haven't given you problems the well the biggest example of being censored online is my youtube channel and not only will ID monetize in February and I've had dozens of videos taken down in hundreds of complaints planes and things like that but I think it's the most shadow ban channel on Youtube right now and that's kind of subjective but I have quarter million subs and when I had fifty thousands of my baseline view count for videos was five thousand plus I had an intern post five minutes of black silence once and it still got five thousand views now. I have a five times as many subscribers and I got a fifth as many views as my baseline. My Baseline View Count is about a thousand views per video. It's pretty sad well. It hit everybody. Everybody and I remember this last year. Not The corporate media producers well in our community. There was a golden age of the Internet. Almost I and I don't want to say that it's passed but it's like there's a lull right now. In terms of actual effective freedoms new tech. It's going to need to have a totally different all right. I don't want to give out his name or the media platform. There's coming you know major media platform that we've been doing whatever and he called Sunday morning yesterday morning so we were on the phone for like an hour and a half because they're looking at you know there's the extent I know you're <hes> you know hailing frequencies invisible to the crown and all that kind of stuff yeah but Ernie we got this one thing in December. 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Which one are you the earnest handcock show in any way <music> satisfied that leave over a uh from the dead this is this is wild more activist one thing a yeah but Adam does it wrong when I go but he's doing it? I'm just like what are you doing so shot up while I'm I'm saying bad. Adam is whatever all okay. That's your activism so I don't care there's a story that's breaking now. <hes> we're putting it in the third hour of the show today you can get linked to it and we'll talk about it but Adam did an interview last week. It may have been not under the pretext of so tell tell the audience what Hap- so this is is right after straight pride in Boston and I was going up to New Hampshire do free talk live to co host Saturday Sunday night and great time with Martini in their love. I'd love it as always and we got a last minute request for an interview from someone who claimed there with the Boston Globe and we were like yeah we just didn't request him to your site or set to my press secretary Marcus poolice Marcus at the Freedom Line Dot com great campaign <hes> volunteer at this point soon an amazing job and so it was a skype interview with a reporter for the Boston Globe who happen to be in New York where this a little weird but okay you know I'm. I'm pretty open yeah. I mean I'll do do declare your independence talk yeah basically and so so I got all set up at the keene activists center with the nobody for mayor there you know rich Paul doing an awesome job with his mayor's race in Keene New Hampshire and I get on skype with this guy and he has a very strong foreign accent and I couldn't quite place it seemed Middle Eastern but his English was clearly not good enough to be a reporter for the Boston. Austin Globe just doesn't make sense and is questions were a little bit off like they weren't and I hate to say because it sounds bounds insulting but it it was almost like a third grader interviewing a presidential candidate while on this issue of what is your feeling on this and it was like this. These aren't really you're not you don't like what question what was the question that they were concerned about. Well says it was sort of completely ignorant of the fact that my platform is dissolved the federal government government like how would you rule people and they they weren't that bad but they were that kind of naive and about twenty twenty five minutes to the interview you're think he stopped and was like hey my connections can. Can we call you back or can we get you on Wifi or something. Baldwin connections find on my and I was like this is weird. I'm bailing feeling and I I've never done this on an interview just like halfway through and like no I mean I don't know maybe once or twice in my life and I've done thousands of interviews. Yeah you know a decade plus of activism but there was something about this that it was like this seems like a set of there's just something doesn't add up here and your real name. Sasha Cohen Yeah right so I I I didn't get back to the guy just let my project or handle it and say like Yeah Adams busy now and that was the half hour he had sorry. He's got to go for something. Alison makes them politically polite. Excuse for me and just today pull it. My Google alerts. There's an article about me in the Tehran Times and I go oh this is awesome. We're starting to reach international media. There probably are some people outside of the United States rather the federal government not exist now. I'm of course not allowed to solicit support internationally or accept contributions but hey if you WANNA sponsor media production you don't enough to live at Blah Blah Blah happen you can still be an activist to support the Libertarian Party in the US from outside of the United States. Give them money go. You don't have to well whatever tell let me what happened was an article today so I look in this article and it's a video. It's a little bit of an awkward video but it's me talking from the Keene Activists Center Jenner for this interview that was allegedly with the Boston Globe and I'm like Whoa wait a second. was there anything to read or in paragraph says and it didn't even mention libertarian or dissolve. The Federal Government says presidential candidate for twenty twenty. Adam Coke says the old parties demonize outsiders those like really bland you you you took out the punch line here of yeah. We're running dissolve the federal government. Take it through banks but they don't want no Iranian anarchist type. Stephen had the concept that there shouldn't be one so what what is what would your theory be to explain this as a reporter for Tehran Times who's lying to my press secretary to get me. I'd love to do more international bringing on Tehran you we have a media team with the Kogas for president campaign that's really kicking but right now and if you WanNa join we would love to have more people especially Ashley doing outreach to international media outlets to get that international support for dissolving the Federal Government pressure the world would prefer the US military at least as we know it not exist well you got. You're in you. GotTa show. 'EM versus the man on Russia today so this is not like you don't have the resume bio. They know what that don't my God so you know this is this is why the pirates against all flags is a big deal with me and the reason was is because Taran government. US Uncle Sam Tehran okay. That'd be a bumper sticker. Uncle Sam in Tehran both want to make sure that you want some government so they go again they go against. That's why I got cut from the Russians is they thought Oh he's against the American government. Let's make him part of our finger in the eye of Uncle Sam and then they were like Oh oh he's not just against the US government guessing idea of Oh no so I wonder if that's the same thing with the King of France and the King of Spain and the King of England all fighting each other with a Dutch outwitted mandate combined together. Go get them. I'm Dan Pirates where flag so that's what's going on in my opinion. I you know they want to use it. They were never they are there. No journalists internationally nationally honest enough to admit that voluntary assists exist in the United States and yeah narrow platform trees and help us reach international audiences silence is there someone is this. Is this someone in Tehran sort of subtly trying to subvert Tehrani or Iranian media by we'll get Adam coca. Shes name in there. We won't say Libertarian so it doesn't trigger the sensors we won't say dissolved federal government so it doesn't upset anybody but we will put out Adam's name and hope hope that people in Iran Google Adam and find out about his campaign not from Google Google Berries information. They don't destroy it. Yeah Youtube the <hes> yeah. No this is going to twenty twenty. It's GonNa be totally different and we were. I'm so oh pleased and proud of our team that we were able to create a structure and an access on the Internet. The information can't be deleted. I might so they'll make you know what we can turn off your your your windows computers and we we can do that. You're still using windows back door. Well it's because I've Lennox on most of this stuff and everyone that I can I do but some of them they require yeah and I'm going. That's beat whatever so what's going to happen. It'll be a few years. It'll be whichever whenever it happens that Lennox or something else or you you know just my but a operating system of Scarlett Johansson her we'll take care of business in Niagara Worry about but what is the other side doing yeah but your Amazon. TV's watching and you can talk to it then you ever want to have computer like on Star Trek absolutely but I want Jarvis Not Alexa. I WANNA have my why I that's just me and defends me against this stuff. I don't want to well Gosh Darn. I get to live in a star trek morals. As long as I get your Lexin. My a fantasy is that at some point we're going to have supercomputers that you can say who should be president and they're going to say who while you know. This is president for. I was pleased at they had a freedom feud at pork fast. I don't know if you remember those years. 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I don't really care good one. It's cool you know and you can kind of relax. Relax opened the door and cool breezy you watch him football with the family and the kids run around just dig gets <hes> whatever you know but all the drama and now now they're doing you know betty naps or they got the fantasy football's again so I it's really not as enjoyable for me to watch a game and you see the competition to the game when they're rooting for the halfback on this side wide receiver on that one the quarterback with the other the other got going. There stats up yeah they they want their fantasy football team on like what the heck of my never mind. I don't even WanNa know freaking good game. You know it was so there was karnal game aim the went down over time and then they got off they scored in overtime and they still tied so whatever the twenty twenty election cycle as we go into. It usually starts Labor Day which just happened. That's Labor Day of the year before an election and that's kind of the official here we go. I was Kinda surprised I don't remember there being as many debates and all this kind of stuff before that you know so this is it's starting to the seasons seasons like a four year season thing why I'd like to take some credit for that because I believe all the candidates run for twenty twenty I was the first to file on the first to announce and I'm sure someone had some paperwork and before me but knowing who's running any kind of serious campaign and I started years ago and we announced formerly January last year when I got arrested in Texas within an hour of that announcement and I think now with the l. p. c. us now with a slate of candidates and there were two or we're really running as a team and going to state conventions and I know what's going on behind its adjusting marsh thing and then you have bumper hornberger. Hopefully he'll get out and do something and then you're talking about Cynthia mckinney and then John McAfee is never going to go away and then there's some other guys they shouldn't is Berman deft anteks yeah all all it's going to be entertainment but where are the real libertarians in there and how you defined what real libertarianism little and then you got what the party is going to do. I'm the only deliver -Tarian and if you don't think you're the only real libertarian you're not a real libertarian. Okay Nick Czar Work and we know here yeah they. It just moved to new here in New Hampshire Yeah but do you think of that. I mean there's all sorts of interesting theories of time for winter. I I mean I. I personally like nick. I respect em does good work generally for the party. Although recent controversies would suggest that <hes> there's GonNa be a much more a heated chairs race in or a significant challenge to him and the chairs Rayson GonNa only twenty well Josh was Smith is already Ryan's been around in for a few months and they're a couple other people and I'm not GonNa last time same thing but yeah he ran guy that sued the socialist for saying something about him that sociality yeah there yeah what he he would've had a lot better chance had he not handled it that went in when he did the debate and he's up there talking income off yeah well. It doesn't matter I it. It's with with Nick. The the current complained that that I think is really relevant and it's not just about nick but it's what you said about the according to Mosh thing is that in the conspiracy Mag Maureen its plan well the conspiracy minded members of the Libertarian Party look at what the national leadership is doing saying. Oh they're selling our party out to a mosh because that's going to bring in more money or something for them and I don't know if there's that much of a conscientious conspiracy spiracy behind it but what is disturbing that we do see that I wanna see corrected is that the Libertarian Party National Organization says Oh we're staying neutral in the presidential adventure Brian so I've been doing this for a long time. They are not new right so we're not gonNA promote any of the libertarian candidates for at all but but we'll talk about Justin Amash a lot even though he still well we're looking at is independent hasn't announced yet and that is it it is it is disturbing trying to say that we don't support this is all going to be on display over and I think a lot of times that's exactly what they want to show this this consternation or not you have to go via. There's a lot of people in the political political movement and I know on the left and the right and even the Libertarians the Republicans they have been fed a monitor that the GOP is going away that it's done and that is that you know because of trump or whatever the hell because it's something they they've decided that the Republican Party is no longer viable to do whatever the hell it is that they want to do and I'm going on as opposed to what the Democrats. What are you into differences? Why what are you guys talk so I don't even care? It doesn't matter there will be you know Sarah Sarah Park. Somebody's not going to sit down and and not going to go to the back of the bus. Somebody's going to spark somebody and then they're going to do everything they can. I'm trying to shut it down. You're not loudon doesn't matter near arrested and shot and whatever you got somebody rise up through the ranks and Mexico and they're dead. Okay see this all all the time now they can do it through the press politically socially do your your Chinese Boston. Credit score isn't good enough. You know whatever the hell all your. Tsa Pat Down found SAPA. I I can an anomaly in your crotch a nom yes. It is a anomalous to some so I am looking at that breakout and I just there's always that breakout and I always try and be ready. I year round. I've always done that for thirty getting ready Getting Ready Getting Ready. Getting this kind of set up got doug boom. It's time how did you know how did you know I I knew I was going to have to be ready. I knew there's going to be something. I think this one's going to be economical speaking of being ready. There's one important call to action that comes from that Ernie. Which is my silver that the libertarian Tehran party has the best nominee possible for twenty twenty as opposed to another <hes> not quell what's best? What do you determine his best? Let's say well you said be ready <music>. Someone who's GonNa take advantage of this opportunity. I would think that there are two things that we should be well a few things that we should be looking for and and one is someone who has consistently represented the libertarian message. I think I've got that down. Someone who is has been involved with the party for a long time and I've been a lifetime member since two thousand four organized a bunch of different things within the party <hes> someone who represents the the ethical message that sets libertarianism apart from conservativism liberalism or any other flavor of state ISM I. I WANNA be a platform that can get the attention of independence and traditional non voters and I got to accomplish what to win to get more attention to educate people fool to change the dynamic of discussion what well to go like you said to to be prepared to be ready for. This opportunity twentieth presenting and the ANSWER IS B. Adela get get involved with Libertarian Party enough so that you you ain't they're bussing in some. I guarantee your because that's Gary Johnson got the nomination. Both Times Bob Barr got it is because the Libertarian Aaron grassroots didn't show up and their machine did yeah I was surprised at how many of the grassroots did show up and for Orlando which was was in sixteen <hes> Orlando and New Orleans. I'm kind of conciliatory. I'm just going you guys. Do Peace Out and don't care and whatever but you're seeing the anarchist winning has gone over my <hes> experience has been from like I don't know ten percent fifteen percent now as well well over a third this is Ernie this is just. BS artificial divide. I don't even WanNa play into this because the Libertarians were pretty much all voluntary wrists and the anarchist are kissed. Debate is a really dumb divisive semantic divide that is really meaningless. It shouldn't even be considered. It is a relevant way of separating people in the party because we unify around the principles. It doesn't matter if you think hey they wanna unify around personality and Prasad Asa Monte votes essential crisis. I want people to relate to ideas and I have to be a candidate. That's relatable and it's like the point that I'm making from my experience in dealing with these Libertarians in convention is that the anarchist volunteers types you know are always there and do they go up or down on in number based on the flavor of the month of WHO's going to make a bunch of money being a politico of running for whatever the hell and those numbers keep going up and it makes it more and more difficult but then just take and do whatever they want but I don't care I go and when we get back with the show to finish his point about the country culture. We're finally if you want to hook up with me online. Please find me at the freedom line. Dot Com altered words the freedom line dot com support the show spur handcocks apartment all independent pending. You put your money where your heart is and now I'm going to push his buttons. You had not yet your chance here. You're now era they want. They may act without commercial interruption for a couple of months but you know we got a bunch of stuff to do there and usually I don't do. We do reruns on Monday but you know there's only time you're you were available and tomorrow. I got pretty full schedule but I <hes> we'll talk about what happened that the county meeting. I'm just I'm looking to be inspired. Are we going to get inspired. We'll find out see what they got. They have a plan for Tony Tony. We'll see you tomorrow pace. We have some good news the indictments events against Rossall Brixton the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made Ross engaged in murder-for-hire. This was a serious allegation at Ross. Oprah denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by jury but was trumpeted by the federal government and the media media as if it were proven fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the Supreme Court the fact that the judge used these allegations to give her all say draconian sentence of life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury trial judges are required to issue sentences is based on convictions decided by a jury not unproven allegations never even charged at trial although this is a positive development dropped indictment will not set rolls free now a presidential pardon is Ross. Only hope of freedom signed the petition at free Ross Dot Org Free Ross Dot Org dot. 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I'm Mike Clifford a GOP lawmaker critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban also on our Monday rundown health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news news on CNN a Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday Sale President Trump's now castle plan to host Taliban leaders at Camp David for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of Florida said as we head into the anniversary versus nine eleven I do not ever want to see these terrorists step foot on US soil period. Those comments Wall came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited the Taliban leaders to Camp David for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled the meeting after the Taliban took credit for the attack in Kabul that killed the dozen people including an American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging people not to use awesome Erik ticket off has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping too mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control Role in prevention to recommend folks. Stay away from these devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana. Although the state is looking into potential incidences Dr Greg Goldsman is State Medical Officer for the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. We have something that serious consequences and we don't know what exactly going on protect yourself yourself and stay away from these products at this time until we have a better understanding and hopefully it could be a good time to stop using the product completely the CDC says it's still unclear clear which vaping agents are responsible for the severe respiratory illness than its cropped up. There is a new text messaging resource for young people to want to stop vaping at the Montana Hannah. It is called my life my quit. The discovery of chemicals linked to cancer hypertension and other health problems in groundwater has scientists and some Wisconsin Elson residents calling for more testing Del Forms Explains p Foss often referred to as forever chemicals have been found in the groundwater near the TYCO fire products plant so far this year scientists have tested one hundred thirty private wells in northeastern Wisconsin they found elevated pizzas levels in the Levin and detected the chemicals in twenty-six Twenty six others Jeff Lamont retired hydrologist says the compounds have been found in his well. He says they break down slowly in the environment. Stay in your body for the rest of your life and have been linked to serious medical problems testicular cancer high cholesterol a pregnancy problems and women hypertension tyco has proposed expanding the city of Marinette water system to include more homes at now use well water. This is p. N. S. Virginia's just two months away from electing a a new general assembly and this week. Aarp Virginia's launching a voter engagement program belt candidates and people age fifty and older focus on key issues during the election which today begins the programs I event a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia since her group is urging candidates to reconsider a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty nineteen General Assembly this would advocate for up to a thousand dollar income tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able to claim that tax credit for fifty percents of their out of pocket expenses up two thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million Virginians provide unpaid daily living here for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and they a potential Oregon ballot initiative was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Oregon affable. CEO says this group has submitted a measure for approval that would limit the number of self checkout machines and stores to to not only we need to pass his ballot measure to get on talk of automation. We need to establish in this states a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss and the quality of life or going. It's the northwest Grossi Asian says that measure is misguided and customers increasingly prefer self-checkout finally a simple conversation could save a alive. That's just one of the messages mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during National Suicide Prevention Prevention Week which runs through Saturday Ohio suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand eight in two thousand seventeen and Austin Lucas with the House Suicide Prevention Foundation explains that social stigma still prevents people from seeking help. That's why he says it's crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly. Are you thinking about killing yourself or anything about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially if they are really close to this person because they're anxious that this person might say Ah yes our having that conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes. Lucas says the next step is to stay with them and help connect them to resources that can help help anyone in crisis is encouraged to text four H. O. P. E. Two seven four one seven four one Mary Sherman reporting warning. This story was produced in association with meeting the Public Interest and funded in part by the George Gone Foundation are Mike Clifford thanks for starting a week with public news service we are remember enlisted supported and lime at public service DOT. Org the the interest rate congresspeople. Thank you thank the old it Ecole McConnell McConnell the every piece awards sixty take your temper acres the art of what's your office for the Dow it was it the report it starts the report the west coast the next radio the the Park uh-huh three pardon the the numbers took on any job the DOC as the private sector it is adds up took an economic recovery here for the United States. The recession forget advocated increasing workers thinking statistic. That's really why you're listening into the heartland newsfeed ready nip work at live dot hotline Newsfeed Dot Com this is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's service killing newscast for Mondays at nine twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford A. GOP lawmakers critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban also on our Monday rundown health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN. A Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday a sale president trump's now cancelled plan to host Taliban leaders can't David for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael Walls of Florida Said said as we head into the anniversary of nine eleven. I do not ever want to see these terrorists step foot on. US soil period those comments from waltz came just a day after trump trump tweeted that he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled the meeting after the Taliban took credit for an attack in in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American soldier as a number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs health officials in some states are urging. Not People not to use them Eric off has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to a mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend folks. Stay away from these devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana. Although the state is looking into potential incidences it's Dr Greg Holtzman is State Medical Officer for the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. We have something that serious consequences and we don't know what exactly go non protect yourself and stay away from these products at this time until we have a better understanding and hopefully it'll be a good time to stock products completely the CDC. He says it's still unclear which vaping agents are responsible for the severe respiratory illness than its cropped up. There is a new text messaging resource for young people to want to stop stop vaping at the Montana. It is called my life my quit. The discovery of chemicals linked to cancer hypertension and other health problems in groundwater has scientists in some Wisconsin resonance calling for more testing dill formulas explains pizzas and referred to his forever chemicals have been found in the groundwater near the TYCO fire products plant so far this year scientists have tested one hundred thirty private wells in northeastern Wisconsin. They found elevated pizzas levels in eleven and detected affected the chemicals in twenty-six Others Jeff Lamont retired hydrologist says the compounds have been found in his well. He says they break down slowly in the environment. Stay in your body for the the rest of your life and have been linked to serious medical problems testicular cancer high cholesterol <hes> pregnancy problems in women hypertension. TYCO has the proposed expanding the city of marinates water system to include more homes at now use well water. This is p. Ns Virginia's just two months else away from electing a new general assembly and this week Aarp Virginia's launching a voter engagement program ALP candidates and people age fifty and older focus on key he issues during the election today begins the programs I event a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with AARP RPO Virginia since her group is urging candidates to reconsider a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty nineteen General Assembly this would advocate for up to a thousand dollar income tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year here or less would be able to claim that tax credit for fifty percent of their out of pocket expenses up to that thousand dollars Snyder says more than one million Virginians Virginians provide unpaid daily living here for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon ballot initiative was slow the role of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Oregon F. NFL CEO says his group has submitted a measure for approval that would limit the number of self checkout machines and stores to not only we need to pass this ballot measure measure to get on top of automation. We need to establish in this states a task force to look at automation as it relates to job loss and the quality at the of Life Oregon and the Northwest Grocery Association says that measure is misguided and customers increasingly prefer self-checkout finally a simple conversation sation could save a life. That's just one of the messages mental health organizations are hoping to drive home during National Suicide Prevention Week that runs through Saturday during the National Suicide Prevention Week which runs through Saturday Ohio suicide rate rose nearly twenty four percent between two thousand eight and two thousand seventeen and Austin Lucas with you. How suicide resigned Prevention Foundation explains that social stigma still prevents people from seeking help? That's why he says it's crucial to discreetly reach out to loved ones who might be struggling and ask the question directly or are you thinking about killing yourself or are you thinking about suicide and for a lot of people that's really scary especially if they're really close to this person because they're anxious that that this person might say yes our having that conversation might be enough to save their life at the answer is yes lucas. 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TRIG missy received a ten year mandatory minimum sentence for conspiracy to distribute five five hundred grams or more of methamphetamine and an additional five year mandatory minimum sentence for possessing a gun at the same time while missy was imprison <hes> she didn't let her time be wasted during this time for Carson ration- missy work to receive a National Federation of Personal Trainer Certification and started a biggest loser fitness camp which she used to help scores of incarcerated women lose weight and improve their health. <hes> Pissy was released from prison back in November of twenty eighteen and she is here today to share her story messy. Welcome to felony Friday. Thank you so much for coming on the show and you know I think you do have a very talking about your time in prison there and the impact are you able to have on other prisoners. I WanNa get to that. I want to get to that party story because I think it's very inspirational but with a lot of guests the place to start is sort of before things took a turn before things went sideways as people say so. Could you share with my audience sort a little bit about your background. Were you grew up. <hes> early. Life was like okay. <hes> I grew up in Platte city Missouri which is a <hes> little farm town. Just north of Kansas City Missouri <hes> we had one hundred people are graduating class very small was raised on forty acres. We had racehorses <hes> I wrote racehorses was as an only child had two stepbrothers that I saw periodically and I ran track and school played softball very social. <hes> probably probably was up there with the ones most likely to succeed in school and <hes> just say busy bee an athletic <hes> after that I went to <hes> I had a full ride scholarship to Benedictine College Atchison Kansas <hes> that point in time I step dad and mom divorced and I was going through a lot with that and I thought it was best. If I came home from school came home met my husband at the time and he owned auto body until service so I went to work for him we had a son and about six weeks. After I had my son <hes> I discovered that my husband was using methamphetamine and and of course wanted no part of it and quickly decided to try it and it grabbed me definitely got a hold of me as it was at the the first time you had ever ever tried drugs of any kind of first time you ever tried math infielder first time I've ever done drugs of any kind yes and it was totally against it. Totally I mean stayed away from it was never raised around didn't know anything about it. So was your husband at the time he was just the user overseas. No he was a social user. He did it more to get a lot of work down at the body shop. <hes> you know come mm to find out that I guess a lot of our employees. Were doing that to you. Know stay up and work long hours. <hes> we actually had a very successful show with lots of business so their long hours paying hang off. I just didn't know what fueling the long hours the time and then I discovered <hes> stumbled upon to information and found out that he was using who was that quick. How did it unfold after that so you started using? How did you get into out I <hes> I I went to actually <hes> Halloween of nineteen ninety six and I decided to go to a Halloween party with him and I knew that some of the people there were the people that he was using drugs with and I kind of went more? I don't know if I was just curious not of the drugs but of the people and and actually when I met them <hes> it wasn't like what I had seen on TV. They were average. Just like people you see. I mean they would look like doctors or lawyers or are you know they weren't the the bottom of the barrel. Put it that way like a missing teeth and right right and so <hes> <hes> as the nightman Anya we had during sand it was offered to me and I made the choice choice that changed my life and I did my first line to methamphetamine amphetamine and it was over after that <hes> within probably three weeks after that because I'm such a outgoing <hes> person person that I went out and met my own crowd of people and met somebody a supplier and it took off from there and it was small dealing <hes> not even really to make money just to give something to to the people I hung out with and then it just grew from there so you said that you and your husband had a successful auto auto body shop at the time right yes <hes> we did have we did have a <hes> a good body shop and <hes> really the drugs took over. Everybody's there <hes> that worked there was on drugs and after a while you can't just run a body shop who'd stay open you know practically twenty four hours a day and then be shut shut down for four days because everybody needs to go to bed and that's really what happens when you're strong on that kind of drug <hes> so my husband had made a choice in ninety nine to shut the body shop down shortly after that of course <hes> we weren't having a healthy marriage or marriage fell apart and I left him and I was out on my own took my son we're not on my <hes> and really dove deep. That's when I really don't even to the dealing in the using <hes> to try to support myself and my son <hes> that was definitely the wrong way to do it but at that moment that's all I knew and that was the easiest fastest way to make the money at that point in time I <hes> I left him and I met my <hes> the boyfriend I had which I got in trouble with shortly after that and that's when he introduced me to <hes> a group of his friends and things that very large and that's when the firearms became involved and it was it was out of control faster than you could blink your eye how much time would buy during this. We're talking years or months or <hes> after I got arrested and seeing the paperwork the groups that <hes> <hes> I was supplying and hanging out with actually under investigation in two thousand and two by the ATF and DA I came into the picture in two thousand three agree <hes> so I think that the way I understand it from what I've read is that they were already under surveillance and all of a sudden I popped into the picture and then the focus has been on me so you know who's this new player. Who is this girl and so I kind of fell into an <hes> an investigation that was already going on this went on for until I was indicted in two thousand of May second two thousand five I was <hes> then set up in a sting operation at the ATF and da had and I was caught red-handed when you were caught red handed? Was it <hes> that how did this setup play out. I mean it was <hes> the Senate down. The EX boyfriend had his hand in getting me <hes> set up <hes> the they played it out they stayed at a house the one of my co defendants <hes> which who is one of my big sellers from at the time <hes> they've got him early early that morning I guess yes when he took his trash out and then they set up a sting operation at his house all day they hit all the police cars and anybody who came to their house they of course questioned and arrested all day. <hes> I called his cell phone which they were answering the cellphone acting like him <hes> I had second. I kept second guessing if I was talking to him so finally by the end of the evening this going on all day I told him I was on my way to his house. You collect some money <hes> coming out with them and he lived around the lake. So when I came around the Lake I could see the house everything good pulled in the driveway garage doors wide open <hes> his trucks there <hes> everything's fine I knock on the door and who opened that door was not him it was about twelve. ATS officers and the DA in at that point in time <hes> <hes> I never traveled with a firearm on me. <hes> wasn't my thing is mostly guys on our tastes and I was transporting one to his house to put up for it was acidity legal firearm <hes> it was actually <hes> it came from a retired Kansas City police officer I guess he had a robbery at his house and a lot of his guns on the street and we ended up with one so it had casey. PD ingrained in the side of it and <hes> that was probably not the the best thing to have in your purse when you have drugs in there too and I just handed my purse over you know it's like in the movies. There's not a shootout and once they told me who they were. <hes> of course I asked whether I D and <hes> headed in my purse and I gave up injury were arrested right then and <hes> yes i. I felt so at peace because it was finally over. You know you just need you. Get so deep and you can't you can't get out <hes> most people can't and I just yeah I felt like a whole load is lifted off my shoulders do it. Would you thought about being caught and beat arrested prior to that. I had thought about it it but you always feel like I felt that I had never been in trouble before. So what would happen to me. I'll get out. I'll get out of it as long as they don't catch. Watch me with everything. I'll get out of it. Well the one day I walk in that sting operation I had everything on so everything happens for a reason and yeah so that time I got arrested and I was sent to a holding facility and I stayed there for twenty five days until the whole indictment came out and then I was bonded out to my mother on a signature bond with the stipulation that I had to go to inpatient Rehab thirty days of Inpatient Rehab and then I could be on pretrial release because they didn't feel like a flight risk so I did everything they asked and I was out on trial for about eighteen months before before my actually sentencing date so I actually got delivering society and <hes> you know of course awaiting the day you know is inevitable. That's coming and then I started my <hes> one hundred eighty months fitness on August fourteen two thousand six so that that was a plea deal then yes did it. Did everybody dollar. All your codefendants play as well. Nobody went to trial right right so at what point during this I guess prior into your plea. At what point did you realize how much trouble you were in <hes>. I thought I my attorney had told me that I was is probably GonNa get ten years. I didn't know until the day of my sentencing that I was going to get that extra five for the gun. We've out there that they run together. <hes> the five and the ten was run concurrent they don't and I didn't know until that day and I wind other shock and as soon as the judge threatens me like this is feeling over me of just let's do this. Let's start now with in their thinking ten years and you walk out of there and it's in the fifteen th that's well yeah so you said you wanted with with you. You went into prison with mentality <hes> just to do it <hes> to serve at the time and <hes> I read a little bit of your bio <hes> it's you kinda got a little bit of a funk there for a while. Well I did <hes> the I I probably knew about three months. 'cause I went in there <hes> of course angry and thinking that somebody was GonNa Save Me Yeah I would file an appeal and I would be out and all these other people would be in there in prison wasn't for me <hes> because I didn't want to take a look still didn't WanNa take responsibility and it's it's hard for us is to take a look at ourselves and see what we've done and to know that you actually probably need to be in that situation that you're in. You need to be in prison so it was <hes> yeah I I was hateful. <hes> I was kind of spending some time to myself walking the track and not really getting into the back into the fitness athletic in high school so I was standing in the phone line one Sunday and I I swear I feel like it was <hes> a total higher power that that came into me and I looked over at the sign they have on the Bulletin Board Lord it advertised for the <hes> s. p. t. class the personal trainers course and I walked right up to it and I signed it and started the class and from that point on I started started becoming a different person in felt like if I could change as many lives I know that I had screwed up then that's the mission was on and I I went on a mission to help other people but to change who I was too and it's all just became a package deal. <hes> it took me about start teaching classes doing personal training on the side I <hes> and then this idea came to me about this biggest loser program and <hes> we actually called fitness camp what we ended up naming it and and it was a six week long program and I started off with I only want to twenty ladies of course I was scared of failure you know and it was a total success and it grew from there her and I was transferred around just five different camps throughout my whole day and took the program with me everywhere I went and it just got larger and larger when I finally ran my last program the in Greenville Illinois before I left last fall I had one hundred seventy six ladies in the in the class. Wow so did you gain ENA reputation sort of goes from camp to Camp as Oh yes people would hear about me before I would even get there and they were so excited when they would here. I was transferring coming because then they knew news that their lives were gonNA. They were GONNA get skinny and get fit so yeah it was it was great. It was nice to be wanted you know and be able to have the the time time and effort to give to these ladies types of exercise equipment. Did you have access to in there. Was it like a full gym or like. What kind of workouts were you? Were you teaching Ah <hes> most of the places <hes> had full-sized gyms like he was he your high school not all of them had weights <hes> it was like they ahead be grandfathered in there was always a little tricky situation to having the weights at the prison so I developed a class bootcamp fast which of course all body weight so I ran end the class also with my weight loss program and so we would do would a lot of stuff. I mean I read a ton of books. People always sending me books but I didn't like to work out of the books. I want to be my own my own personality my own workout in so I start teaching myself thing and experimenting better time time to experiment is when you have a bunch of women right they're all different body types all different personalities and I've discovered a whole new layout of a hit routine. <hes> shit is high high intensity interval training that I've actually now incorporated waits to that's been highly successful so a lot of people outside outside of prison you don't have that opportunity because your personal trainer and you charge people and you can't just be experimenting and just throwing stuff at them and hopefully it works you know because if they're paying you you so in my situation I was blessed. Because of course it's for free and they're willing to try anything. I'm going to give him so at that point yeah I got to I got to learn a lot. It was very educational and <hes> I love the experiment the experience of it it was wonderful. I would think with being imprisoned one of the hardest thing so be just getting proper nutrition. Was it hard for you know the food to the last camp I was at Greenville was the the greatest success we had with the program. The <hes> food service supervisor was totally on board with being fit and eating healthy and we actually actually he would cook special food for the fitness can't people and they were going there and they would actually get served got approved for the warden and the camp administrator they would actually go eat at a different time and the food that was only offered to them with the healthy food they could eat and then we got the commentary on board with it and they had a special list of like we can put about twenty items on it and we couldn't do too much of <hes> snacks and stuff that the ladies can indifferent tuna and chicken. You know some Weiner stuff <hes> that they could order if they were in the program so once I got the Food Service and commentary on board it was it was big. The program was big ores very successful and it was great. That's that's awesome so you've been able to translate that from being a personal trainer trained well in prison and helping so many women too. Are you doing this a personal trainer. Now the outside or you like working towards that or I'm working towards that <hes> at first when you're in that halfway house and you're still under the bureau prison you cannot be self employed so I would <hes> I had to go to work for a different company. I work at cargo cargo largo bid sale and which I've now been promoted to the team lead of that very busy working and do some personal training on the side <hes> I I and I work out with them and I'm my brother-in-law just opened the gym right here in Kansas City and as they get things put together they're going to start offering classes and they want me to incorporate. Come teach for them to be able to take my talent that I've learned in prison and pay it forward again very cool. Yes so speaking of you you're saying you do you have a brother law that that has a gym it has have you had support from family and friends throughout this entire process tons of support <hes> I really don't have a large circle of friends because you have to change your playground your playmates if you're going to be successful and you come out and all the people that I hung around before I went to prison of course we're involved in <hes> drugs and guns and and I cannot do that anymore so I don't really have a circle of friends ends but my circle of family has gotten very large. I didn't even realize that I had so I've been very very blessed in that area of having a lot of support. Do you have to change your playmates Andrew playground and you know what I think that's true with. Obviously you're saying coming out of prison out of that crowd. That's it's true with a lot of it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. 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two zero breaking formats you deserve and expect from brim bio rimbaud's the choice of champions and consumers for over fifty years most of us were coached at our earliest days to say thank you courtesy our parents taught us is a virtue to be exercise is through modest expressions of gratitude in today's world however simple gestures of respect are often overlooked and today on insight for living we we have the privilege of listening to a message originally delivered during thanksgiving season to an audience of seminary students training for full time vocational service given this opportunity to speak at dallas the logical seminary chuck decided to reinforce the value of sustaining an attitude of gratitude thank you for being here i'm always honored to be invited to speak and it's not an easy thing to decide on what talk on you come to the chapel here i know you recently heard from charles stanley is that correct charles stanley was here great never forget the lady who finished the the the day at our church we had had our worship service and she came out with one of dr stanley's books and she said i want to thank you stanley for that message today she said i'm i'm very grateful and i wonder if you'd signed your book i'll be glad to so signed it head to remember number charles not andy stanley wrote charleston lee and she said oh thank you i'll treasure this restaurant she walked out just so grateful that she had been there to hear dr charles stanley's who cares you know well the way we started off today was perfect for what i want to talk on because i want to talk to you about sustaining the spirit of a heart of gratitude that's what's on my mind today and i i believe in it wholeheartedly in fact i think an attitude of gratitude is one of the most contagious of all l. attitudes we can sustain and being around a person who is grateful and frequently uses those two marvelous words thank you often i he's just therapy they make us smile they lift our spirits they really do change our environment within and and around us the impact others can be as simple as the little five year old boy who was telling telling his mother that he was even thankful that he wears glasses and she wanted to know why are you thankful for that and his answer was quick doc in simple he said keeps the boys from hitting me and keeps the girls from kissing me so glasses work all all of that's going to change but he before too long so you're in for a surprise i remember the words of the man who wrote he who forgets the language of gratitude can never be on speaking terms with happiness even more profound to the words of dietrich von offer who wrote in ordinary life we hardly realized that that we receive a great deal more than we give and it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich love that line so only with gratitude live becomes rich it is very easy took over estimate the importance of our own achievements in comparison to what we owe others to add along with that the flip side of the same coin and that is there is nothing more offensive or oppressive impressive than an attitude of ingratitude which is a characteristic of our that shouldn't surprise this this paul writes in romans one just as much as in the last piece that he wrote when he wrote timothy roller and one romans one he writes the magnificence of god's artwork in the natural realm home we call it here at the seminary general revelation and in spite of god writing his glory across the sky is his which mankind is able to read every day of our lives still remains means ungrateful still there's an attitude of ingratitude when i look at polls words in second timothy three and i read of the savage days in which we live that's the way one of my mentors used to handle the word difficult difficult in verse one of second timothy three in the last days difficult or savage times com and then he begins from there through verse eight to describe the times in which we live when men and women will we love of money and boastful arrogant and revile disobedient to parents in the middle of all of it he he mentions ungrateful along with unholy along with unforgiving on grateful the spirit of thanksgiving needs to remain and the hope is remaining i hope you today have not relegated that spirit of gratitude to a holiday and left it there and failed to bring it into today tomorrow next week the week of finals the week beyond finals next semester into your ministry has i'll tell you if a spirit of ingratitude grip shoe strong enough off and long enough you'll change and your ministry will change and it won't take really insightful person to know that you're difficult to be around because ungrateful people repel repel others now why are we so ungrateful why are times marked by such ingratitude as as paul mentioned enrollments and in second timothy in so many other places at the risk of being simplistic in my analysis i think a major reason is pride proud people don't say thank you they don't think thank you pride side is of course filled with self and when that is true we hold back our thank thank you to others because we're so self important i'll tell you who will say thank you and do so frequently humble people broken people crushed contrite people are quick to say thank you thank thank you thank you for the little things thank you for the unexpected things paul writes to his friends and thessalonica turning there for the rest of my time with you i this alone 'lions chapter five toward the end of that letter there's sort of a staccato set of statements pom pom pom pom pom pom pom their brief and he punches him out when i was taking oboe in high school and mr villani read the chair of first year of oboe in the houston symphony would come they made house calls in those days and he was my teacher i love nisa lonnie and as i would play duets with him sometime couldn't continue he was so good and i was so bad ed that it just didn't it hardly blended but we did a couple of do exit worked beautifully and i on occasion with stop and i was just looking academ- how you do it how can you play so well all the time of course he made his his own reads and he'd been playing since he was just a little boy and from another country had come over in of all things had worked his way into the symphony and when we get to those places that were sakaba he would say to me punch it out punch it out put your tongue on that read ed punch out those news that's what paul does at the end of this letter he punches out the statements including the shortest verse in the entire greek new testament it isn't jesus wept we'll get to it in a moment but he begins begins at verse twelve by reminding us to be grateful for a in this case in our context body of people all who pour themselves into your lives and that would be the faculty of this school so let's have them in mind as aside punch out this twelve verse with you we request of you brothers and sisters that you appreciate those who diligently labor among you and have charged over you in the lord and give you instruction appreciate them he goes on and that you esteemed them very highly in love because of their work isn't that great don't let this semester pass without pausing with each one of your profs for at least a few seconds to look them in the eye or with your own hand not an not an email it's cheap way to write a thank you do it by hand you still have some kind of penmanship left all of starting to write like physicians it looks these days but if you've still cultivate your penmanship right in your own hand and say it in a fresh creative way specifically naming what particular thing stands out in that particular particular teacher that has much to you express your appreciate i am still thinking my props and most of them aren't lift but those who are it is not uncommon when i see them to thank thank them again for teaching me what they taught me which was more than an ability to handle the biblical taxed i it was it was a touch i'm kind of like the difference between a piano player pianist is touch great profs help you with touch in lives in touch with the text and ah those who work with you in in the skill of communicating they help you do that better and i i'm honest honest to this day when i preach i think i learned that technique from that particular person i think he's gone now but i think thank you lord for the privilege of rubbing up next to him sitting in his home in a class of eight individuals as he poured into into us some techniques communication about still use and is steamed him very highly in love and some time a process to reprove and thank them for that fateful or the wounds of a friend but deceitful or the kisses of an enemy proverbs twenty seven six i've always loved the story that my humble told us that he had a young i'm grant was convinced he had the gift of preachy and he didn't he just couldn't preach out of a paper bag and he just was convinced he should preach and his mother was convinced he should preach and his grandmother was convinced he should preach the prophecy did his best endure and finally oh by the third year which was a particular year when we came to terms with some of these things just totally young man look you just don't have houston that the gift wbt of preaching that takes guts to say that too young person young man he's oh yes i do well okay the the prophet then let me put it this way nobody i know has the gift of listening to you so that that work and as i recall he didn't go into a preaching ministry and the way to a successful ministry nocco tell you what it is because your lab but but thankfully didn't go into the pope and shouldn't have not everybody ought to be an appropriate to carry out their ministry we've weaver pravda thanks for telling him and that's the top party job keep telling them he told the truth so that we hear right and we thank you for and so let's just make you concentric circles goat little broader and let's include now now our family members look at the end of verse thirteen live at peace with each other we urge you here's another one of those takata moments we urge you admonish the unruly you have to do that sometime in in a family encourage the faint hearted help a week be patient with everyone the patient with everyone and then the circle broadens with friends and with others it in life see that no one repays another with evil evil for evil but always seek after that which is good for one another and for all people and then begins a real brief statements rejoice rejoice always there's the shortest verse shorts and all the bible but what a what a grand come in i wanna be around people like that i want to be around those that are finding joy in life in spite of their circumstances and here's another one pray without ceasing the idea of hacking cough pray in that kind of consistency pray continually constantly prey in your heart prayer and your lips prayer for specific individuals specific needs and here we are in everything everything give thanks for this as god's will for you in christ jesus this has reference to every circumstance every circumstance there's not one that doesn't include in your circumstances today be thankful grateful a road apiece for our board of directors at insight for living and i want to read it to you i don't usually do this but i wanna we'll do it today has everything to do with being a fateful person and i'll try to keep it interesting though i'm reading what i'm sharing with you never forget the day even though i was only ten years old it was a wednesday it was the day before thanksgiving our sending ramrod-straight next to my i disc in south made elementary school hand over my heart is we were together as students pledging allegiance to the flag of the united states of america which we did every morning hanging by the flag that was draped before us in the class was large framed picture of our president who was gripped with polio the old when he was younger but he had a big smiling face and it was familiar to all of us because he's a very popular president and i had to remind myself that he had had polio because it was never emphasized and he never referred to it there he stood smiling at the class as we pledged allegiance following our pledge our teacher as she had always done post to pray so she bowed her in prayer and we we bowed with her and i noticed it wasn't very long before her voice broke i've never heard our our the teacher cry and before long she just couldn't continue and she just had he leaves of sobbing and my heart went out to her whatever it was i didn't know what it was to later she was in deep grief we were of course in a double war on each side of our country it was a pretty bleak time and she had lost her husband on the shores of normandy is nineteen forty four and she was going gone without him and this was their first thanksgiving her first thanksgiving without him and her heart was breaking this because brave woman refused to allow her grief to eclipse the significance of giving thanks so she finally was able to get hold of her emotions and she returned to thanking god for a number of things six i was lost in sympathy for her in a little boys pity for his teacher when i was walking home that crisp november afternoon in east houston and that was the day i really fell in love with thanksgiving and loved it ever since my all time favorite holiday and i'll tell you why momentarily stopped opt on the way home and i thank god for my teacher for our school for are my friends for my church for my family from my country i remember as a little boy swearing before or the lord that if i ever was able to do so i would defend our country and i didn't understand fully all that that met but i remember thirteen years later when i had the privilege having earned the right to wear the dress blues wearing the uniform of the marine corps and standing and pledging allegiance to the flag and more often than not saluting as it was raised and lowered each morning and evening on the island of okinawa saw was eight thousand miles away from all interesting how on those occasions i would remember my ten year old experience and my a teacher and to this day i remember her thanksgiving put steel our bones it reminds us of our enviable magnificent herod uh chuck swindle is talking about sustaining an attitude of gratitude this is message number three in a brand new six part series called called straight talk for seminary students you're listening to insight for living to learn more about this ministry visit us online at insight world dot org there's much more from this presentation we want you to hear and the next edition of insight for living will feature the remainder of course if you've missed any portion russian of this series and wanna catch up you can hear chuck teaching on our mobile app or simply listen to the audio right from our website all these features are 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the new asylum policy had some states along the southern border the post ads the policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another other country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i most people crossing these other border are central america's fleeing violence and poverty are largely in eligible under the new rule as our asylum-seekers from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter later as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protest the president's appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate change insist miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies oh she's racism is policies division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attacks act are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah elijah cummings i'm diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five live passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contra workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lifts driver and activists with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar our company's business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifton uber directly benefiting from non teens flavor of drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derides the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers occurs as employees ease companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new bap let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium to twenty-six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal missile sites by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here eric data reports that means teachers once again are reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics piston data finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars dollars that might seem like post-recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't aren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants cea says this is a unique burden if you think any other profession how normal is eight eight that you have to go to work with your own materials and skis it's not just for them it's for these children the analysis also finds the average spending at high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone fair or on a cardiologists with data care points to information from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and fiscal health teams should turn the screens off well before bedtime the laptop the TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend mandates at least two hours before bedtime farren says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough sleep sleet means poorer learning worse decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep old disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push detaille jake chances they should i'm by clifford public service we are member and listener supported and we are online at public do service dot ORG we are to be prepared reports we must i shed our people here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember that one hundred years we we have bought these machines and after a center i remember that which matters we still let us make them remember go undeclare your independence hancock featured on eight from the VA you ooh evil studios of strings phoenix sudak cool you know one of the best ones angeliki from antiwar dot come on antiwar dot com news on top of the page we had on from phoenix dot com we had this story yeah i think it's very interesting we got limited time with angela so he wanted to get here from the horse's mouth she's a horse but you know we want to know what yeah yeah i know where that phrase came from anyway we'll tell about the angela keaton please tell us antiwar dot com news every little thing all right ah this is this is a story that's been ongoing for years going back to when somebody tipped eric garris off our webmaster to a file but had been someone input on scribe one of these sites where you can just drop in the documents and it was a somebody's the results it's of somebody's freedom of information act request some issues ancillary to nine eleven and then it was ah twenty pages of material at the FBI had kept on antiwar dot com eric garris and very specifically the late justice raimondo indicated basically the anti that the FBI had you know had been basically surveilling antiwar dot com well of course they were i remember when was this bush administration is bush that obama i mean this is this i i mean the initial problems that it'd be goes goes back to two thousand two is probably win it was open we didn't learn about until twenty eleven well i remember when when this first came out they had dubbed the antiwar dot com as a terrorist organization or sympathetic or something like it okay and antiwar dot com tom is not with the program of mirka and we need it gave them some kind of justification for surveilling or tracking or or known knowing about your donors didn't it what they were interested in is that if antiwar dot com wearing the agent of a foreign government antiwar award dot com as an agent of foreign governor wondering yes that was what their inquiry was and the result was no well they said and no they're not or they just weird just inquiry in for like ever they were going to inquiry forever to go back i mean one of the things that the you know the the research into this is after the ACLU taken the case to you know to sudi of you know from an injustice the FBI what we learn is though i mean eric garris our founder had been under some kind of FBI investigation instigation since he was a teenager in nineteen seventy one is if anti-vietnam protesting including i think i think maybe doing some activism on air force base and getting in trouble for it as one does yeah they once you're one of them or whatever that is you know ligo your your your resistance your dissenter you're a a an american all right so this finally went to trial and with whom to say what this case has taken a since tweeting file in two thousand thirteen with all the way up to the ninth district circuit court thing and the results were the one of the is fairly it's a somewhat narrow ruling but it's pretty interesting where they have to you know get rid of they have to expunge the file and get rid of the file because there's no longer in active investigation and there's no reason for them to hold onto it okay no way anyway we we i i thought this is a ninth circuit thing i thought it went all the way supreme court or something that'd be the next step okay so so are they going to challenge it to the supreme court we do not know that the government the FBI can still challenge it but as far as we're concerned you know we you know screw you you the that basically you know if an agency is at keeping active investigation is has wants to maintain a file it no longer has back to investigation gatien on if it reaches a certain standard they should expansion this basically court ruled well i saw that they the court was saying all memos most documents anything everything ever the record social it been has been written at shelby erased or something they're supposed to be for z. francis war dot com and basically eric garrison late gesture amado wow so i remember when this was happening it had a quenching effect on donations to antiwar dot com when they're under FBI investigation a nearby ever said hello show is like whoo and and then it got to the point where people like put me on the list you sons a merger can reconcile can robots show this is in addition to that when google google which is the government state department when they come up no more ad says words the ad money you're not going to come nance screw so that's when we had our just straight advertising straight to the page how's that working out i mean you guys you you don't have google ads ads anymore you do or how you doing your revenue things we've had other things now we know it that was because you're not allowed to tell the truth truth about torture says several sites that had covered covered that were we're no longer able to get google glad sentence i think some some rules have changed some things happened removing some people removed pages other people didn't so yeah that was one of the any tiny well i say tiny many of these things that have happened along the way ahead no you've been targeted gotten in trouble for google thing so you know when the washington post put out that proper not list about two hundred sites are agents of the russian government essentially we were on that black list too so yeah we weren't a lot of lists and i found myself on enough list i felt good about it and i'm good he'd look anymore but this is what happened when google said you gotta take down all these abu ghraib pictures that were on google servers freaking everywhere anyway so they go but antiwar dot com you had them here you've been you've been denying us for thirteen years we had we're doing just fine with google ad sense and we had them up for eleven years i think at that point and it had not been an issue before then one day it became an issue for us us in the american conservative and several other groups that had covered that you do ongoing coverage of foreign policy so yes i mean it is remember i mean the the US has a long history of runs a long history of spying and rating antiwar groups old old pro yeah no this is especially when your name is anti or dot com and you got a bunch of libertarians out there being you know freedom and stuff they just there's a hail no well i'm how is it going with antiwar dot com now i remember i told telling the story antiwar dot com is the first time i ever gave my credit it card on the internet the new five dollar donated money i'm poor so this is back in the day they started with cosa though or during the clinton administration asian so it has gone we we need us an antiwar dot com out there so this has been a targeted thing for the same reasons reasons as they do the war is over if you want john lennon going kind of campaign from back in the day anything being anti war angeliki antiwar dot com we'll give them some money money money money money money give the middle finger to the man you'll probably be on the list but burnt beyond the list be on top list it's safer there are you feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines not sure if this is a good 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everything she wanted i saw this got it up court FBI must destroy memos collinet were dot com threat now like that makes per decade of them screwing with you but the i'm this has been a standard operating procedure of and you're going to have all the people that are on the lists that they created needed to make your and the reason they did that of course was to you know make them go away always go after your money you you on let you need to be audited i mean it's just it's fear intimidation and at some point you know people just don't care yeah put me on the list or or there's a list all right i'll try and get stay off the list why jack up the people that are doing the list i you know it's just it's spontaneous order just justice you have to change human beings you have to change them you have to make them different at the fundamental fundmental level you gotta get them to be something else and the only way you can do that is i don't know psychological freaking methods of jack can you up or you don't have enough plastic in your diet you know that's another thing you know we've been working on you know being healthy and getting away from the man and the quit smear and the man all over again and so on so we get ever donna makes her own anna perspiration soaps lotions on creams and you know and i'm the i'm not for taking a step back back i'm like yeah but i don't want to be i want to be better well it's gotten to where it's better better better better better better better better we'll start marketing him do it and kind of and everything but i tell you one of the things that concern all the dispensers and applicators and everything is plastic and i'm going is there a glass version there's just some way you can do glass can you refills of per sprint into a you know stainless steel whatever the hell so we're working on that too because i just stab at plastic look at this pure great water of whatever in this plastic water bottle leaching petroleum product of the they got in my brain with through the container you know they wouldn't do that that'd be wrong okay so what we're doing in the second and third hour star child wants to come back on he's he's like yelled to discuss his presentation presentation before the city college mission campus san francisco because that was one thing that he was doing later day that we talked to him about immigration he's a libertarian turn activist and was on the libertarian national committee in san francisco but he was going down last week and he decided to rumford student council president at his college aren't yeah he's taking some classes going all that's awesome okay so what he's doing is the presentation was about how much idea you had to give up and to register for school you know you gotta have your google your g mail account and stuff like that my woe has google got into the universe the requirement for higher education got to have a g mail gal of course you do because when you hook up your mobile devices and computers i totally holy agree to let google totally agreed so i get my email and goodies and benefits and privileges of i totally agree and then they're all over your stuff so i'm like all right so i'm i'm gonna start child on this when it's going to be fun okay now go ahead and go through who got coming up you know next week next it's tuesday we have jobe weeks he's got a new multilevel thing he always got new multilevel this has to do with the ca cannabis or how so anyway uh-huh not okay well we're going to talk about on that is going to have berry house is big multi level thing so i'm just like if i do it you know he night i think today we'll we'll we'll do just let me go go you go 'cause i there's no sense of doing it if you're not going to really actively pursue it and do something whatever but you know job he's been a good friend for whatever he's always whatever and i'm like whatever ok three hundred and fifty dollars so i can buy some plants or something plant or whatever it is i it's a multi level to where you are buying actually a plant in a cannabis grow and that plant produces this is what and then you take some of the prophet by another plant in other places one of those kind of things are eventually in your multilevel you own a farm well these multi level all things whether somebody at the bottom makes any money ever makes her money back or not is kind of an aside people at the top pop of course they you know they make it so you just gotta keep have more people come in and you get your down line you make money well yeah you know by tell you one thing it does is it massively explode whatever the heck it is that you're doing a lot of people a financial incentive whether you get rich or not you built a big giant canada grow i can tell you that and that happened with a big club network they immediately became six percent of the hash power and bitcoin reward with bitcoin now how did that go down to individuals hey i got mine bitcoin back ah can still irene geigo check it every now and then there's like a little bit more bitcoin so so good i didn't get like filthy stinking rich or anything but i wouldn't look at the money amount i was looking at the amount of bitcoin now this endeavor is growing you're not doc buying bitcoin mining bitcoin you're growing marijuana so if you're kinda like for the health of the planet and have this we got a bunch shouldn't just benefits and cheaper of the whatever i'll do that were you make it back i don't know the berries going to go for it man he's that's his thing hang and having cannabis grown and pieces of make my men outside of ood checked off all the boxes for him so we're going to do that today i told him i didn't have enough money going to come whatever so we'll talk about it with jobe on tuesday and i do it just because the sport jobe him out doing freedom and jumping in the north pole water stuff i mean all the crap he does but he'll be on tuesday explain it to us but i know what's going to happen of all the other stuff find blah blah blah let me tell hey what's going to happen it is going to be a big giant oh my god people got pre funded there it is a bunch of plants that it's already started in in europe and see where is it you know sweden or or some sees show it's a show i'm i'm interested now the problem with big club was that you couldn't do it unless you had a VPN or you lived out of america can do americans can't you we've found out you merkin you're not allowed to do that so that was a a hamper on its growth you know certainly in america so this is they got structured in such a way you can so i'm going okay okay well we need to hear all about that so i just whatever you know i i i do a job but you know people they ain't good enough reason do it when we come back donald give us some of the other people are coming out with her a little bit we'll be right back mm-hmm the new fourth edition of healing our world the compassion of libertarianism we'll take your 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RN dot FM it's time for declare your independence with ernest hancock to be part of the show call six zero two talk to six four twenty eight hundred i come back to our freedoms phoenix dot com declare your independence ernest is tan kok because again the rest of the week next week i wanted to go over some of the guests that are going to be on but one of them that we worked out with the mark j dictator ernie for freedom dot com is october first tuesday which is you know trump report day so do we have frank while they want me to go i told mark i go out to his law offices which is end up freaking east valley of east on the other side of rigging our driveway hell there but he's got a nice office and we do it as often set up and i got the remote thing we'll just do it there and he gets to be on his his own own turf you know i'm not sure he likes an audience though you know you'll he may have you know get all his staff in they they golf clap the right talkers kinda early for that though now yeah that's right but the so we'll do a whole three hour show and this is going to be is going to be steve martin v ernie on the path to the future of how and i don't see them as complimentary as far as i'm concerned it's just mark guan's agreement absolution something you know and help do all he wants then i don't care you know but that doesn't mean i can't do i want but you know so we're going to have this discussion because we're both he's very prominent in the media here and when i pushed the button you know it's kind of you know i get to say hello hello on bunch stuff too so this is what tact is it going to be is it going to be because he knows that it's going to be i don't know those libertarian activists activists and earning love luminaries those guys over there they're saying this about that what say you know well i i think we need to be more pragmatic about how in principle of of kinda sorta sampling and so it'll be a competing thing which has not been a problem in the past you know like berry hess and represented two different meth he kinda more than us but you know those arguments have been going on forever towards the same goal and you got diversity of bob of of methods and so i don't care you know but marcos to discuss it so we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna give it what for and we just had yesterday we had on i clint bollock arizona's supreme court justice and deafened did you set the mark you know actually i didn't do that now to send him the link i told my would and see what we'd be talking about and talking about mark not going to be talking about as we're going to be doing this is in arizona my experiences ban that it is you're up against something there is an all powerful all knowing and you just feel it when you're talking to anybody in the media any of these nonprofit organizations freedom oriented ed kinda sorta almost there's a line and it seems to me that big part of it is land development there is some i mean if that's tippy top or i'm sure they're all meshed into how they're going to you know take care of me and they benefit in one way or another but it is the one thing that has just it's really been a constant has been their control of land so i'm gonna i'm paying that a little bit for a lot of reasons seasons but it's gonna it's gonna cause you won't get visited they want to split it to me there are gonna be you know the first they start with that this is the five steps apps first they just ignore you it's kind of gandhi thing okay and before i even heard of that first aid they make funnier they fight in you win you know that kind of thing but my experience before i even heard of that i could see it the first thing they ignore you you know they ignore you say you know they'll go away hey you know leave him alone if you're still around you're having an impact being a pain in the button starting up in growing starting to have some public opinion general public opinion impact couch woo then they want to explain it to you now come in and they'll do are you sure you want to do this gas lighting you're sure i don't know so if you think that's not really what are you sure you're up against the people of their you share you are you sure are you sure you want to do this and you'll get that from everywhere i don't know man you're messing with now is it just conditioned to say that you know because i say the same thing my interview look i just want you know while you're up aghast i'm willing to help we'll go kick ass i'm just i'm not you know serving up to the slaughter unaware that kind of thing just but you know you don't want to do that kind of thing it's cooler they have people it's either by natural their condition him to be that way and you know here comes or if they can't get people apple to do it they actually instigate it and you'll go to a meeting and there'd be that way i saw it was at the maricopa county meeting and it was the county one of the officers say who is just he he goes well if we do that then cooler you know they're just conditioned to be the new guy okay y. and they just you know a good idea just kind of goes away because because somebody can you know plan a doubt you know where's the guy go haley everything works the answer's yes i mean that was my thing during lago nip yes yes yes yes oh it's so i should do different i mean if you need a title and a shiny badge and a business card may make that bad boy up right now boom you're in charge of winter would you just just say okay you're in charge of you know the answer is always yes it's just how much how much money how much effort you put egg yes well it's just a good idea i was hoping you would do my good idea as opposed to doing your own good idea but if you need somebody to say yes i'm the guy yes yes i think that's a great idea you should do that what do you need help to do it so i thought okay so when you do that there are a lot of people that go yeah wow okay well i'm on it and if you're always yes you get a bunch of stuff going and everything kinda sticks a little bit and it's a cumulative well what happens friends is people go now but i think we should spend other people's money this way below so that's why the organization i have nuke nuke nuke so i went to the meeting sauce friends made some new ones and so on neal home stuff that we're doing and why no kind of whatever but to try and do it as an organized hierarchical hi arkell absolution somebody gets to say no no so this is going to be yes everything i'm i'm just like yes let's do it well do what only freedom thing and we're talking to justice bollock alec and i'm here comes you're going to it's going to be how much can we talk about and say and then you've got to recuse yourself or something like that specific bad just uh here comes ernie all right it's going to be some narrow eighty bitty little constitutional kind of argument up and they're going to stay i hate when he does that it's like is either peter else roller government it's not it's not and he got it right here and he did this and we gotta get we dismiss this well now it's gotten to where we we have enough pro- high profile been from the ground up activist libertar- knows what's up clinton you know what the hell is montgomery bill montgomery county attorney he's been on for less than a week on the mark knows him so between clinton and mm montgomery and mark i illegal and activist and it's gonna be interesting poppy and stirred is it not now will mark be my attorney now halo you don't do the civil kind of just activist stuff he's that's like all right but when they come and get you throw you in jail and take all your started and you call me but you know maybe we could do something together i think that's what we discussed and but for me stipulated facts i don't have to do some investigating emitted they did it yeah we we denied this and made you do that and there's no need to get over it and i go okay let's talk about it before the supreme court so 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RN dot FM freedom is the answer what's the question free listening to ernest yep we're we're breaking free here one way or another i this is what i want to show well first off donna i i gotta loose wire in the sing my expensive expensive microphone okay who the other guests next week we got going on when you talked about dr daniel lark regenerative medicine he'll be on wednesday and now he is a natural path that's all show from the same college dat dr frank is and we had met him and his wife and kind of a couple of times times in come on mulan tro- well dr frank you know of course and i was talking to dr frank about the distribution and getting some we had a thousand dollar donation to the vaccine education summit anonymous we just wanna get thousand dollars so we can have fifty percent reduction for twenty people because there's a lot of people just can't afford even though it's one hundred dollars is not that much for cost nope until we make the money back then they we'll start worrying about you know sponsor and discounted whatever the heck well it's so now we're pretty good on that and but this person said look look i tell you what i'll give you a thousand dollars and you can bring it from one hundred down the fifty dollars for twenty people i go no that's cool so we don't know who it was a lot of people talk to me and so on but they did it and for that reason and i'm going okay we do that so that means that if i sponsor and it just we got our costs is covered and it's just the meal which is like twenty five thirty dollars or something like that the uh students we get some in there so we got a bunch of packets and and so on dr frank said i here's the person that really runs the school she's been there for decades and decades and i'm gonna hook you up all right you do that you got got me got the other doctor he got we'll get taken care of but because they had got the pressure of being accredited because we need to be just like all the other medical government and they bring them in and tie she got signed here vaccinations so this is part of the you know the requirement of getting some kind kind of federal aid to soften there's some vaccination thing that's now in this naturopathic school and i'm like re ellie ellie well also now go all right so let's go whip ass so we're going to go down today at this show them we'll make call go down passed out and be somebody yeah so we'll have some fun with that so i need you know the vaccine education summit banners that we have the square one long one i need some of those printed up on the color appeared we'll just put some clear packing tape over it and just put on middle envelope now so we need to do that so it just makes a bunch of those and if you can make them on the photo card stock you know that photograph you know the nice you know the paper and so on and be like it was a printed label or something we'll we'll talk about that and then we'll talk about another dude over there i got big giant expensive printer how do you not to be about mini bumper sticker size to put on i just want to be enough that i can tape it onto the front of the envelope don i don't talk about too much that's fine okay ed this will handle that well see by the time that you got into the chicago yukari had done so did you did did how many you can print six on cheat or some did so would because we've got to art whereas all done just print print color printer over there dunk so now who else she's coming on doctor judy next wednesday is normal and then we have on thursday on third hour richard greek oh those are the orrville guys this so have them come back does it the same guy we had on before the precarious pirates in spoon experience they did a really cool video and it and it kind of highlighted a lot of the things that we're doing so it was really kind of cool they did another one or the one day should the precarious kinda took an took some liberties in the way that things work and it's the same ship it's just like the the outside -ducted fans are just hollow in their kind of thrusters you know they didn't and they didn't do the horizontal stabilizer 'cause like i don't care and and it's pirate they pirated my pirate ship it was cool you showed me the video of it was awesome i'm like this is what i mean by do it ah yes the power of yeah i wanna talk about it just do it well do you what are we can't do it you got my you have my permission slip slip from the king mark i mean what is it you guys are waiting on pirates libertarian pirates you know you you drove on the public public road didn't ya pirate it's my new answered everything pirate all right all right it's one thing i wanted to go over in the show now mark victor is always in the news on something i mean it's it's just a you know and that's when you know he and i will go behind the scenes like do stuff uh-huh now the thing is this is what he's been really kinda anticipate criticism he's like going there good cops we gotta take care of the good cop some good cops they were defending the good cops and they're going overboard on this company wasn't that bad at competent circumstances of it we're gonna take care of you know the men in blue and the thin line of you can count on mark if you're on the right side which i don't have problem with at all okay he'd be go make sure defend defend the boys now when there is there bagai all man ooh gets a show mark victor is it's at thirty four freedoms attorneys attorneys for freedom dot com and use the attorney for freedom and now that his law firm you have to go through the vetting process and sign here and gabe give blood oath of a pirate code of his law firm now which is a good way of putting it you guys don't know pirate coat and it's out they'll show not aggressive we're libertarian thank thank attorneys for freedom dot com now instead of attorney and the reason is is because he goes down i'm tired of work no hell no you gotta be this sir you're not even here and why he took so long to do this i have no idea but it's just i mean it's hard to get hardcore good effective attorneys that you know are all totally freedom oriented i guess we're gonna talk about that now this case is a GPS which department of public safety is highway patrol here era this is a state policeman a highway patrol trooper tremaine jackson well be surprised he's black but anyway tremaine jackson and who was arrested for sex acts this is what happened he would pull people over and he'd go sir you kind of tight there maybe you know you come over here in you know polish my pistol handle or something i it was it was really bad and it was just a regular thing well conventionally one of the victims got hold mark said all what can you do for me well of course you know that if this has happened once it's happened to gazillion times and and here comes so i wanted to do is i'm gonna play this is all over the news here this is a big big big big oh my god deal so we'll go ahead and play this little you bet going into the break i hear this because you know people expect that when you're dealing with the police officer you're dealing with one of the good guys this case she was dealing with one of the bad guys all do the first ten we are hearing from the attorney of an alleged victim of termaine jackson he is of course now the former TPS trooper accused of abusing his power trying to force women that he pulled over over into sex acts to protect her identity the attorney we talked to is not saying which victim he represents but as lindsay riser explains he says she is traumatized traumatized very traumatized it makes her much more concerned about police officers and being pulled over attorney mark victor says his client was the first person to complain to EPS about now former trooper tremaine jackson's alleged behavior during a traffic stop at the time he says she didn't know there were other victims it was something that she reflected on but felt like it was her duty really to the community to to report this court records describe incidents dating back to last fall jackson is accused of holding victims for up to two hours bargaining with them for sex acts nude photos and their social media accounts to to avoid a ticket or jail time it was also about really racism i mean she is a latina in he made some horribly racist comments about latino people vickers has his client felt read victimized when she was initially called by troopers investigating this they started asking her questions about or how he was dragged chief foul like she was dragged into provocative banner such that it would be more justified for the trooper to say the things that he said which is outrag lindsey visor for arizona's family oh yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah you see this is gonna beget came out to be like some ridiculous number i mean i like sixty one sticks in my mind okay people on yeah i know that guy you know going to report it to what are you gonna do the attorneys for 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cash local dot bitcoin dot com you're listening to the heartland outland newsfeed radio network at live dot hotline newsfeed dot com this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's public service the news cast thursday september twelfth twenty nineteen i'm mike clifford US supreme court backs trump strict asylum rule and protests expected expected when the president visits what he called roden vested baltimore i know top story the supreme court allowing nationwide enforcement now the new trump administration rule rule prevents most central american immigrants from seeking asylum in the US tha-tha-th washington post they report the order late wednesday temporarily une does a lower court court ruling that blocked the new asylum policy had some states along the southern border the post ads the policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another another country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i most people crossing these other border are central america's fleeing violence and poverty they're largely ineligible under the new rule as our asylum-seekers from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter quitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protest the president's appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate change dan says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies policies racism is policies division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attacks jack that are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and is criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah elijah cummings on diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lift driver and activists with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifting uber directly benefiting from non teenage exclave of drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derides the law sets up a test whereby companies will i'll have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers workers as employees companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut ABC five i'm suzanne potter this is p. l. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new bap let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking and the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium two twenty six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal missile sites by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here the eric data reports that means teachers once again are reaching into their pockets to pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics piston data finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average four hundred fifty nine dollars that might seem like post-recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants says this is a unique burden avia single say me other profession how normal is state that you have to go to work with your own materials and these guys it's not just for them it's for these children analysis also finds finds that average spending in high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school cool back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone fair you're on a cardiologists with data care points to information from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and and fiscal health teams should turn the screen off well before bedtime laptop the TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend commanders at least two hours before bedtime faron says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough asleep means poorer learning worst decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep old disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take chances they should i mike clifford public service we are member enlisted supported and we are online at public service dot ORG to be prepared for it we must i shed our fear of it i stand here without fear because i remember remember that i am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember that one hundred here's we the apart these machines and after a century award i remember that we still let us make them remember gone breath of air into the area and declare your independence with mir's hancock visas i eh from the VA studios knock knock who are another independence it is declared kind of dive angel there in california we talked to him last last week about immigration stuff and everything but one of his activism things going on he's at going to college so he's at the colleges come classes college want to do something college but in the process they're going all we need a DNA sample you gotta get biometric had gotten and provide your old by the way you gotta get a google account or something he's like so he started to pursue that and i'm going yes i want to hear every lo thanks so star child welcome to the show is an activist you've been on the libertarian national committee he's libertarian take time known him for twenty something libertarian and these in san francisco and he's a sex worker and he's all other freedom oriented stuff but he's not a big marijuana drug i think i've ever even seen you do drugs dirty i don't know i remember z a- and maybe a little bit all right so i enjoy my intoxicants choice get well i never seen you imbibed by california you know they they die we have legalisation me here you know it's it's really been thrown illegal people sitting in jail the state for animus offenses and you can't smoke in public and taxing regulating the hell out of the there's an initiative here in arizona if it passes says expunges the record and let's everybody out and you're done good foul i'm mike really wow that's okay there's a bunch votes right there all right so tell us what the problem was that you described to us when you were participating in your local higher education and what concerns you what you did about what you found out where are we are go yeah well i it's not quite as status the DNA samples that does happen but yeah there this week week mandolin yeah well you to get ever know what they're gonna try to push down in the future right the funny thing is the city college here city college san francisco's in school i'm talking about it's it's basically a local community college and last year they pushed through legislation making it a quote unquote free which which of course means free to students as far as not having to wishing techteriors pick up the bill and in the textbooks are still can cost you as much probably as as paying aim for classes at some schools i'm taking two classes that taking a fiction writing class in a spanish class and the spanish classes the credits for credits and the other one is no credit so no credit classes is that's just the way i like it is no no book no pressure you know the teachers like hey i just want you to rate it have homework assignments but it's upshaw you come in here and right classes writing it looks like a french class just chit to when i look through the book online they have available for rental i think that a little strange you know most of the cut the rental prices thirty dollars and this is i they're eleven buys this work yeah that's toronto to buy it from eighty to one hundred twenty five dollars von say the ANC condition you can look it up on that yeah so they're they're still you know finding other ways to make their money but anyway yeah the destruction shen processes is complicated and confusing and they you would think that making the tuition free it would be ether like okay well not collect money through the registration process that you don't really you know yeah they after i finally figured out how to the register did that they sent me seven emails immediately shove my in box after i said the station and and one of those emails explaining that you and basically here's how to set up a yeah steph email address i know by the way we're not going to send any emails to you had other addresses we're just gonna UCSF email drafts and you will be held responsible i think uh-huh yes you will be held with stress and that could include information you'll be held responsible for what information stance sense to you at that the emails okay now they say pressuring the email address which you know i want her need like my regular cast ask one why do i need a special new email address right but anyway they had lincoln there so i clicked on the link and it took me to a google page that well maybe i get the same result they say you go to this links provided to set up their college email account and it takes six google log in page and basically okay if you already have county log in here otherwise uses google thing to create an account so so it sure looks to me like they're forcing everybody cousins college to do business google google their personal information now and i brought this up at the meeting that i told you've out so last time i i'd be seeing people without saying this you know that got more attention than i thought we we put that up there and people yeah i know i want you know did you get any email or support from splitting that up what you're doing nobody's contacted could me about it as far as i know i heard about it i got some meet me you know doing like two or three but it was something got noticed so i just thought great wondering what happened so you go to go to the meeting and their training last this is my city college has like a whole bunch of different you know i don't know how much real estate they actually owned the city but they have six so-called campus this that's not that's not counting all the different buildings that aren't part of a quote unquote campus so there's one of them that's near me so that's that's the one that i made sure to select classes that were at that campus i don't even wanna go go to the green champions which is like i'm here this now so anyway you should be six campuses has its own council i learned at this meeting and this was basically a they didn't really advertisement take call their town hall being honest coffee which wasn't there a liars all right right though it makes the student trustee with their who's you know the college is run by an elected board of trustees and there's a non voting student member knbr elected by the students and so this guy was there and there was a faculty adviser that was kinda era i guess to help young and also the ministry he's person they're hoping well how many people go to discuss the biggest i mean we got you know two hundred thousand college is a whole aw i don't know you know in fact asked what the meeting how many students are there none of them can answer that they didn't they didn't know how many people were mission campus he didn't know what the i said well approximately couldn't tell me but anyway it's it's thousands san francisco state where before it got my actual degree is about twenty thousand thousand but you know a lot of students especially city like san francisco a lot of people are talking time out time out star child has a degree we we got to know in what and what do you think or i have no idea i have no idea i bet you it some are no some uh-huh techy business some you're nuts but military or did something for tech creative past you tell me into break here because it really doesn't matter around just personally curious and then what you're going to take classes ended up matter but he's there they got star child all over man where they're going to do about it br find out when we come back crimes of the crown by captain mark the crown cast the world in shadow and claims to be our guiding light cowards clamor for security from boogeyman and ghost stories well i say these hobgoblins are imaginary i say say those they propped up as our liberators are now subsisting on our bondage i say there is freedom in the black and that's exactly where we intend to go the crown banishes its own officers officers for exposing its crimes and tortures dissidents to the brink of madness it dominates the globe and swallows the wealth of generations leaving only blood and excrement the crown and calls it piracy to explore frontiers beyond its grasp so the time has come for us to define the conduct among pirates i say the crown has trampled our necks long long enough need decentralized solutions to centralized problems looking for a community of like minded scoundrels or just want some swag to let the crown know what you think of it join the conversation at pirateswithoutborders dot com we won't be hard defined is spreading the message of liberty crypto currency and peace around the globe nope worth two dollars per 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degree and now was he doing well he's you know i can go back to school all it's free okay well we'll do that oh and i can get a ten percent discount on next computer i gotta get from apple okay let's do that do this and we can go to the meetings and we have a student council oh and they got a budget and you need people well hell i fill all those categories so so here comes starch are they have no idea what they're getting into okay so in the process registering you could see that they were forcing you into getting a certainly enticing and you're not gonna be able to get anything unless you sign up with google and i'm gonna and this is san francisco's you know they're all google is a net everything up there so it is been yeah that'd be the first place they probably got all mature how they're doing so show and then of course it spreads across the planet so you went to the meeting which is a few guys they're just like neil the you know the faculty member of the student rap and do who then by the end of the meeting you have a couple dozen dozen people or something but it was just you're sitting there and you get all kinds of where you were you asking a lot of questions where you dominate meeting star john vast the reason actually went to the i didn't know it was gonna be about the student council stuff at all that wasn't really focus of it a- as far as i did you know the first thing i saw a town hall meeting later saw suppliers invention student council but you know it seemed like more okay there's about out students who ask questions and stuff and i'd run into this thing you know registering with google and i also ran into another thing which i talk about in the article published on free to phoenix which is they have a help desk which they need because of the processes is confusing can't find the classes don't listen honoring hundred credit classes online blahdy blahdy blah anyway so when you call the help desk it's a city college number you know like like a a lot of phone numbers from the school area cut fulham pi which are located code here you know a whole lot of those phone numbers have avicii ninety six so like fourteen or by two three nine three seven one last four this particular number for the helped us any call and they're recording thank you for calling city college helped has off aw he turns out there in an office in florida and in asking the questions i found out that actually not a city college as a private company the contract with lucienne e l l i n probably a coincidence the CIA or three of the company actually turns out is a global multinational headquarters in county in virginia where the CIA is located oh my god awed and you know just reading this from this company online and yeah they have offices in twelve countries or something around the world and they a building south is like the number one provider of software for higher education in you know all this and thinking you know if i was a senior cia spook luke or something and i'm trying to figure out like how to gather information on people in other countries especially the company like this would be extremely useful to instead of having to go and buy these colleges where the future relief of the world or getting your education and having your useful indiscretions and all this is it's just you know make it like you're providing services to college and get them to give you the information right yeah and you will vote this way on this legislation new congressman what you call it because we we know me got your google hang out of the email with the girl the boy of whatever the kind of young now get over it and we ruined maybe we've maybe now they do that that'd be wrong they came and they are and the fact that they have the ability from the time the your turn you're eighteen you're going to college or yeah i'm going to stand up for everything everything give me everything you don't even you thirty years later you don't even recognize the kid you you were back then and what you did and why all the idea no no it's totally plausible and that's why i mentioned that i just i have no direct evidence i do i do i do i do say the government or anything i experience of the guy if they can they are so i feel pretty confident about saying yes they clicked this information for use later for whatever to help aggregate or individual it's called a person of interest request and every single bit of data on so you think that they're looking at it live they're not they equip the lincoln to your identity and whenever they do a person of information request quest they look at every single video and photo of everything associated with you example when they did the camera camp freeway cameras here in arizona every time you get on off the freeway as you're driving license plate picture license plate exit license plate got here ear camera at the what they they go back they collect all information but when a person of information request it goes in anything associated with you gets pulled into the foulness take a look at it and all of this argument that eating automated license plate readers down there now there's actually there's the privacy activists here the bay area mostly in the left called oakland privacy working group with some success in fighting back and then some of that stuff they took the cameras down here pinky swear i mean you know like i believe anyway i mean even even bar that area rapid transit so you know the local light rail they wanted to put these everywhere beat him back on that at least temporarily they got regular cameras on all the trains that take all these automated license plate readers and all their parking lots for the system everything every day everything okay so now we have not lulled people into that now they maybe someday into future kind of almost no they are okay in my opinion comes somebody soon me and tell me i'm wrong okay let's go get discovery so i'm willing to say it i yes of course they are they have accumulated information from young people that aren't even twenty yet they start off with a if they don't already have it with a facebook account nor crap they got their younger they definitely got the matrix you know cable in the back of their head now at the school guarantee guarantee it so open it up so don't hedge on them all right so you've had yourself enough that you're not in trouble but i didn't okay so so go go from there they got they got you know my journalistic back trying to be responsible journalists yeah me too doing yeah i think people should definitely be aware of the possibility there are they got me you know looking into this company that was because when i call them up you know as a as well as the big saying thank you for calling three college office but you know you wait on on holes in the message has this call may be monitored equality qualities here it's ex and if there's probably no there's a lot of big corporations government agencies that do this i i this is a real people in every single time i encountered one of these systems i complain to person that i get connected with and so pass along to your management but people are complaining about this violates your privacy reporting people's calls in especially when you don't give the college access to all the call recordings and also violation of your right employees recording this halt on the union volvo person you're yeah that's a california thing here in arizona if one person knows it's being recorded record it now california i think all people have to know or something right well allies it happens other states is more like ours dr welby come on free talk live we're bringing people to the ideas of liberty eighty every day from wrestling superstars like len jacobs you guys are having an impact i believe like i said a lot of where i am now is due to listen to free talk live you change my mind on some very important issues years ago to random people tuning in on the radio alice kind of 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francisco having some fun sharing it with us then dr childs real name is on i forgotten don't care doesn't matter i guess that israel did you change your name i did and i have a couple of other needs us now on what now you can candy what what's the name chris fox is my companion deemed throws it seemed firefly to the exit sign western TV shows as a sex worker character in that she continued really okay my dragging now is civil unrest uh-huh because you can't do a hell you child to do whatever you want guy now real quick questions to finish up on this city college because you're going to you're going to be taking class so you're going to go through the process or are you going to get your rock your email account like you're supposed to you're able to bypass that no in fact there is a woman in the audience who showed up later like by the time i get done in this meeting there's maybe two three people there who said she used to work in t- michigan michigan has some of the issues that go that was a long explanation of how they made it sound a little less sinister apparently you don't have to you know use google get one of these accounts but they they kind of make it sound like you do when they send you email and so that was my concerns i shouted questions about that but it might not be quite as bad as it appeared at first blush bad it's just that it's doesn't stand up the scrutiny but what they can do is they go you know what we're gonna like you say make him seem like they have to make part of the application process we are talking about eighteen year olds not experienced libertarian activists like star child okay so these people just automatically go look we got eighty six point seven percent of the applicants let's make it eighty nine percent okay we'll say this and do the numbers in there right right yeah that's that's suspicion is is the just sort of take all nudging people yeah just the word freaking roy roy so they they they didn't edgy nuff so you can you don't have to get a google linked to counter get communications from and whatever right well what we will see you know the jury is still a little bit out on that one i i i wanna you know they could get taxing you know nobody has yet either yeah yeah no follow this through this gig now they're ahead okay so you go through this kind of you know yadda yadda yadda now the student council thing the actual campus that you're at they got like a budget sitting there i don't know thousands of dollars and nobody to spend it because nobody cares i that's right well apparently they got five thousand sitting members of the meeting and like a lot of the information they have they seem a bit fuzzy the on a lot of these things like kinda hard to in down from the exact answers to these questions but yeah they basically just five thousand in the bank and then there's there's a three to four thousand annual budgets council the works people like to repeat secretary treasurer and is this your the president and vice-president have often gotten a statement you know like two thousand dollars a semester so you could get paid right right okay you the bathroom so i get elected i come back get my money san francisco cal things some of the things that the student council is done past they thrown into semester parties for the students they've had recycling program oh my god audio put on level right well i'm thinking okay how about having an NF semester at community appreciation party where we actually straw party for the tax payers of tapes of the sky them to come and give us their feed their c- troublemaker the mayor here for maybe how to i mean i'd like to take the budget and and you know divided up into a bunch of checks of large enough size is to make it worth people's wild but you know small enough so you can get it to a lot of money to logic for people like maybe thirty fifty six dollars or something per person just processes give it a crypto you crypto we're convert come come to the party get your criminal and we'll give you thirty seven and a half cents that you contributed contributed to the whatever kind of what i wanted to do one running for public office wartime talking trying to think like well you know how could he actually turnaround time do you and there's some legal issues with with just turning around and giving giving money directly to the public like that i think that there there might be a way to if nothing else just throw a big party and invite them to come in and give feedback about the school and and something like that around everything your from your listeners if anybody listening to their has any good ideas have you know and say you do get elected or appointed or whatever to some government position russian or some kind of taxpayer funded position where you kind of budget you know how what's the best way to go about giving that money back in people's move stolen it's really kind of looking at here but you know i'm not gonna presented exact like that either because people in the college aren't going to share that perspective perspective and probably other elected to council nestle can share that perspective you say maybe framing terms of a party for the community or something i don't know but it'd be interesting to see how this goes with your thought process on all this stuff that kind of it kind of bypasses and eases through people you got faculty the and industry back they're going yeah how are we gonna take advantage of these guys because they're young and dumb nonni better and somebody that knows and kind of just bring this up and we went through this at university of arizona here terry bracy that does checkpoint USA am i being detained being detained well that guy works out the university their first star watch or spacewalks or whatever it is to look for near-earth bodies meteors and asteroids are coming to kill us an extension of that guy he's the guy that does that you know looking kind of kneeling i'm gonna leave the boy lou no save me well what happens is he goes through the checkpoint to hone odem native american reservation between tucson and kitt peak he's gone constantly going through there so a couple of times a week he's like nope being detained he has his cameras there the jackbooted thugs told me a little bit about this tonight circuit and won a quarter million dollars they gave neil so he gave like these low camera things things for people as a pride whatever anyway so the thing is is that when he was a student they were doing the same kind of thing in the late nineties early two thousand or something to aware application process that you get one of those letters was credit cards that they made it sound like part of your student ID was is to be able to fill this out and gave you a credit card as part of your ID or some crap like what the hell is so he started challenge on genetic going back and how much access they had to they were whatever they were get more information on this application that wasn't just going to the credit card place because because they get your credit card that was the incentive for you to give them your data and so then it got marketed out and he called BS on this and they didn't they didn't like it too much because he had access to the student email network and when he did he put it on the bulletin boards and so on student raza hasn't mastercard wasn't too happy in school and happy happy or whatever the hell this is i've been through this before and you doing this ask and highlighting what they're doing in how they're always going to do this and if they pull back at one place for a year they'll be back later so you mapping out this this thing and this private company doing this you should talk to terry he's good libertarian no tell you what's up so things where to go touch yeah i think my guess is right now the the people that beating probably happening tagged as a liberal complaining about google and the lucian private companies companies and stuff and i mean google is like you said of course local area they're down in the south san francisco hour hour and a half drive try again but they're not super popular year that was a lot of the tech companies are popular google actually actually can people protesting you know it got it got these buses coming up to therapy i got a chance for people like blockaded depopulating the they're not popular on campus women kenya here that we'll be right back with star child just a little talk about lots of things that we weren't cleared out plate and we'll get into some of the other gig get going into the overall picture in the real estate market today is one of frustration station when you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would have you believe that everything is okay but the long-term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise you are starting waiting to see another wave of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in the 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you know you want something to stick in the mind of what's got your attention now star trial sure well like you said it's always a bunch of different issues nationally i'm back in a guy that says if you're following libertarian in pretty presidential stuff lately might have even heard of some years ago before he ever connected LPN david berman supremes are i am am i n last name supreme the supremes singer announcing based on that but anyway he's a performance artist he's kind of left the anarchists and very funny he's gotta be a youtube video with over five million views from debates in the democratic primary the answer when he was running in two thousand eleven DVD good sample a satire to talk about free tony sure every american and having zombie powered energy has been billed giant turbines and dangle baynes in front of these on these and they'd walk after the rains and turn the turbines turbines generate energy and reduce dependence on foreign oil and then also having a mandatory to crushing loss strong piece for strong america it anyway it's stat tired of the kind of promises a political candidates typically make no i got his picture up with food on i got a video that new hampshire political thing he is really smart he's a nice he's just making fun of the whole freaking thing and he and rarely the only time he had ever broken character just sit and talk with me was at pork fest this last year in june you know i was i was talking uh after all we're getting ready to go and everything just sat down the park bench and he didn't even have is buddha so he just tell me what's up and like you say he's performance artist at gets it's attention and brings up stuff that needs to be brought up nobody else brings up yeah and he is you know when i first research about him i thought it was great you know what we need when i heard he's like you know interested in running from libertarian nomination he's another job candidates this guy in minnesota ran dan called nuts this basically having some fun with it without really having a fever more profound satirical message or anything when i i met vermin at the twenty sixth national l. p. convention and it has a stake comic con or not comic but it was like a toast displacing going on next door with people dressed up in outfits and stuff and and a whole bunch of their own people doing over there i i was trying to help vermin room and get into the debate and you had to collect a certain number tokens to be part of the presidential debate within unfortunately get and i really don next door and he came back talked to him he's like you know yeah over there and telling people you know the libertarian so like free ponies and involve great now now he's like so he didn't get into our debate now over like badmouthing the party but then i realized now you guys you know part of the stick and he's actually actually telling you just like it is like we don't like we don't like handouts at taxpayer expense based on aggression and so forth that's exactly exactly right you know and i'm just thinking you know we tried to cast forty years or so to when candidates were earnest and zere and has very serious messages about the aggression of the evils big government and all the stuff that's going on you know maybe maybe we should try something a little different especially in the wake of donald trump getting like they're kind of like anything can happen right and somebody who's out there and get it getting publicity and good at attracting attention and he's he's it's interesting because it's great it was good to have darryl perry and william calley and all these guys run as anarchist into a lot of people you don't want him in there and then they'll think like we have anarchist and i'm going well good and it was there was a lot of support for what they had to say now of course you know so the tradition prevailed but b i wanna go ahead this is like a five minute part in here and there's he he's given his you you know is opening presentation and then it looks like there is a question from a reporter or audience in the debate the forum here so let's go ahead yeah well you know what i hear it is there's a guy asking a question so let's go ahead and put this up and just kind of i have no idea what's going on or two minutes it's the twenty five seconds into a five minute twelve second whatever but we'll go ahead just get a little just a taste of vermin supreme arrigo like some of the other candidates including a former governor romney this is not your showy say first rodeo let us say that this is not the first time you have run for president in hampshire primary and president romney has been accused and i'm not taking a position one way or the other taking different positions on different issues i'm asking you right now are do you still stand by your pledge made in two thousand and eight to provide a pony for every american yes i do sir free ponies for all americans americans one of the overlooked issues in america today my free pony platform is of course jobs creation program it will create lots and lots of jobs once we switch over to pony already so lower our dependence on foreign oil but also be able to out turn pony poop into methane gas title compost so we'll be able to re up our soil that is being depleted by arrow chemicals etc etc etc and of course the important thing to realize is that it is a federal pony identification program with you at all time i i'm just follow up an investor shoemakers questions yes regarding the ponies oh my god he's getting them to talk about ponies this this is amazing okay let me let me start in the beginning i guess he had an opening statement let's let's just do a little bit of that thank you this has been eroding the gum line of this great nation long enough and must be stopped for too long this country has been suffering a great moral and oral decay in spirit and incisors a country's future depends on its ability to fight back we can no longer be a nation indentured salvation is at stake together we must brace ourselves as we cross over to the bridge work the the twenty third century let's bite the bullet and together make america a sea of shining smiles from sea to shiny amy see friends some people tell you this mandatory tooth brushing law is about the secret dental police kicking down your door at three AM to make sure you've brushed friends it is got some will mention the dental reeducation centers travel apple detention facilities it's about okay okay okay i i can see where this this is what he does he's just like the absurdity because everything he's saying is just a different version too same crap that they do right exactly okay no i'm definitely included whether i want you know this would be awesome if he had a bourbon supreme with rubber boot on his head on the debate stage with the other guy he'd be the one to be reasonable you know so yeah ah i get my one of my lines they came for him as you know might just take a guy wearing wearing a food on his head to get the government off our next to and we're actually we're blessed the cycle the key with pretty good candidates i mean and if it if it wasn't for supreme i i would be supporting adam co cashew is another fantastic access is very good at getting publicity the former marine iraq war veteran his hair he came down i know you're just on the show monday we actually as a mechanic anneke RV engine go down as mechanic guy here yes he's been staying here a couple of days and they finally found an engine i if he got he went he left i went to bed he went last night it to get it on his truck and he's heading up today pick up adam albuquerque and they're replacing the engine on his RV and hit the road again add all right this minute okay okay okay this is a question i got you got time to answered all right i just need to know and now vermin supremes buddhism the left boot or a right boots doesn't matter which governs do i know i just wonder watering changeable decorating what yeah i am i don't remember the might actually have now i don't know there's different ones that keep better some johnson doesn't megaphone he's been an actress for quite a it's an add to the mix you you need cloud you let them recently signed up for one of these self defense classes brought along a camera crew to watch take a good look at this class instructor thank you very much boy was he smooth he tried to butter us up with flowery compliments like good work nice try try but don't worry folks i wasn't letting my guard down for one second maybe you wasn't planning to attack me at all but he could potentially plan to attack me at some point point and that left only one option take him out i this is mike lawrie approached and when the moment was right i struck doc i knew it'd be able to counter my every move if i just did what he taught me so instead of did i beat him with a baseball bat in the knowledge that this man may have never been a threat but a 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the new asylum policy had some states along the southern border the post ads the policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i most people crossing the southern border are central america's flea violence and poverty are largely in eligible usual under the new rule as ourselves secrets from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter as s a rat and rodent infested messa group of activists plan to protest the presence appears in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house republican republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate change says says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies racism is policies of division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attack that they are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah she comings i'm diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers and their allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage h. guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lift driver and activists with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies company's business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifting directly benefiting from nineteen flavor labor of drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derives the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to approved that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers as completes companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new map let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone alone fracking and the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that wastes contains heavy metals such as is lead arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium two twenty six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites heights by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also so what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here eric data taylor reports that means teachers once again reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics satta finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars yes that might seem like a post-recession spike but the national average was actually up by two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't available eligible for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants cea says this is a unique burden avia single samia profession how normal is it that you have to go to work with your own materials and these case it's not just for them it for these children analysis as vines that average average spending in high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back again doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone faron a cardiologists with data care points to information from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and physical school health teams should turn the screen off well before bedtime the laptop TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend as at least two hours before bedtime you know faron says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough sleep means poorer learning worst decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep old disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take chances dances they should i mike clifford public service we are member and listener supported and we are online at public service dot ORG on if we are to be prepared ed for it we must i shed our fearless without fear because i remember i remember that i am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a sensory you i remember that which members we still let us make them remember go you all own declare your independence in phoenix arizona the EU studios for us would ask screams phoenix an entire trial star child on with us or just yakima today we're going to go with the headlines a little bit and some other stories that you know just stuff you might wanna say little something what's up you know anybody during the break one of the stories it was mentioned referencing guantanamo bay and i just wanted to share something with you're just weird about that show which i thought was pretty interesting revealing then it's costing costing sixty million a year and keep that facility open and that's not even counting a lot of the the areas of extensive defense attorneys and so forth but they also have superior only eighteen hundred guards to watch forty prisoners damn does that's how good racer could use some money there overkill the security but do they really show up fictitious people of money just goes through to somebody they are it's at somebody's girlfriends ex-roommate of noseda general's daughter or god knows what these positions are four do you really think they're sitting there you know komo fourteen around every prisoner cy i don't know i have no idea anybody got a separate sunny guantanamo bay is it's actually on the island two bucks yeah yep and probably a lot of people know better maybe you know the US government basically took this lamps from cuba longtime georg never never gave it back and so that use it 'cause it's extraterritorial tweets they don't have to they they claim they don't have to follow the constitution to get constitution issue was never about anything other than the defense of individual rights this is it's not even whether you're citizen or not they're trying to make that an oath three when i first started doing radio and we're right before invasion of iraq after they got that james walker lender something that the kid yeah johnnie walker lynch area by the way really why he became muslim me went to fight for the taliban and merck men you know rule and my religion says and i'll be willing to kill for it so he goes over there before we declared war somewhere we're doing going over there you get a US citizen and what do you do with them well now to try and prevent these nasty little human rights for any one america's not about being a citizen well they made the argument demint that if they can make you an enemy combatant if you can be an enemy combatant than you are stripped of your citizenship and then like they can do some extra stuff off to you and i'm gonna show that was never the american idea you're you're in our courts your equal under the law as a human being not a citizen but they wanted to equate the two now i could see the sigh up that they were doing and i'm screaming about it ever since and this is how they get to that making any combat and you you don't get writes this is part of that whole issue of nationalism which tests on last time in relation to freedom of movement because a lot of immigrants as part of this you know religion it's really like a religion a at the very least it's a strong ideology of nationalism which it says like oh your your rights rights or not dependent upon you being an individual human being with inherent rights that he writes depending on whatever the government claims jurisdiction over the part of the earth surface that you happen to live define decided they want to give you allow you to have this is where it goes to extort money from people and divide the people on the basis of where their parents were okay i saw me more was it yesterday maybe i can find it but the main basically was was this the point that they were making was you're not responsible for the sins of your father well this is not as an immigrant you know i'm not responsible for you know i was born here i'm not responsible for this or that but then when it comes to other issues you are they consist hypocrisy of me find that i wanna find that i think yeah this is one reason listen i i refer to as a religion and there's some other things like the the climate change issue global warming climate change because it can hurt the best that starts getting cooler and the the whole sort of PC locally correct stuff about you know race and gender and so forth it's just you know the old christian doctrine of original thin tasks from the different packaging you know you're you're you're guilty not because what do you think that you personally did but because of some circumstances of your birth you had no control your born caucasian ancestry see your word a man or you're born you know in el salvador instead of the united states or those kind of tough tough luck you know we we're gonna treat you you as a second class person you know and so it's just you know i feel there's something in the human fakey whether earth socialized or biologically inherited some combination that's the really finds itself susceptible opted to this idea of of virtual in bill the okay here here here's the state of people really quick i i w i i'm not taking any blame or any credit for anything anybody else does you have no control over especially if they did flyers born here it here it is this is a quote this was says i remember a friend of mine sent me a bunch launches stop and it says democrats claim daca kids so this is a dream thing you know kids that came to their parents guide democrats claim daca kids kids shouldn't have to pay for their parents crimes but white people are still responsible for seventeenth century slave owners so the point of course is the policy of you know you're white you got white privilege you should be punished for the crimes or the enslavement you know centuries ago of whatever but you know we argue that you're not responsible for your ancestor or even your parents crime crime for bringing you here so it's just an inconsistency and kinda stuck in my head it's hypocrisy everywhere there no so would you i know that kinda hits close to home with you this nationalism thing but what do you think of that they'll say look man these kids don't have any criminal but at the same time you know these same people are going yeah but you're white and you should be held responsible for what your great grandparents did i should agree it's a poxy and i i don't you know i i don't have have a lotta truck with the whole like i mean first of all like white and black these these like artificial categories to begin with it's kinda like hong somebody he's an american you know it's not i mean in reality human skin and origins coming all different shades varieties and you go back far far enough like just about everybody is descended from the disliked today is suspended from you know the people guy alive alive thousand or two thousand years ago just mathematically it's all interconnected in there and so to say like well you know my ancestors did this and this is i should take either credit or blame for what they did i it's just kind of each us and these are just the racist just like you oh you got a lot of people coming out holla jizing and saying they're ashamed for being white and all this other stuff and i'm going one show me up i don't know what the hell white means means anyway but i i just there's a sickness here why would you think that they would apologize for how a you the race they were born what the psychological aspect of that that you see well it's it's hard thing conseco autocorrect called mark mark is that is positive on on the left i know it's popular why a why is it yeah what psychological we give a crap somebody said that oh right sorry i'm white where does that come from why i think one one of the things is legitimate which from the six letter of captain mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions unfortunately the crown impresses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished i years ago but the crowns still claims to own us when it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed it's simply slavery by another name landlubbers routinely commanded disturbed the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride cried consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered or face punitive measures the crown insist that you participate in your own oppression jury summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices ager can vote not guilty even if it's proven the law was violated a juror ken equipped for any reason at all and not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury summons is basically winning the sedition lottery but if you reveal that you know this during jury selection action you'll probably be dismissed if the crown foolishly crimson pirate into jury duty it behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws if v master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims a fourteen percent is irrelevant most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones and accept 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he kind of like you know a lot of us predates a lot of the stuff that you see in the news you're amount where did that come from come from just pissing off one guy why one little thing something get to have his say and then a bunch of other people go yeah i'm glad you waste said and then it just goes from there well there's a lot of these issues and i wanted to go through just do freedoms phoenix and just go through some of the headlines and i wanna talk about is there anything that you know cross your mind you'll make sure we get in star child now before we get in mazda nothing essential i mean there's a lot of stuff locally here f f i could talk about and he certainly knows talk more about the nationalized politically correct issues as soon as you get into their or you know just the the potential for freedom around the world this is sort of a hot but miss you for me is i think libertarians often don't really really think enough about the fact that this is a truly worldwide movement and trying to treat it as such i think some people still will this kind of gets to what i started to say before the last break here about the fact that there really hasn't been a lot of oppression on the basis of things take race gender sexual orientation you know now now we're really seeing a backlash against that are in some places the backlash has gone too far but there's still many other the places in the world where there remains serious traditional oppression against the people of races by by governments by law you know no like i mean it's being gay is subject to the death penalty in i forget i think like half a dozen entries or something and many others this spirit criminal penalties against women only just recently got the right to legally drive in saudi arabia and they're still all kinds of i just seen some stories where women as part of their activism they're wearing western dress and don't have the i don't know they got different names for their ku klux klan outfit but you know the they go in west in western dress to the mall and ooh i can see see your ankles i mean so this is in western dress i mean conservative just you know pantsuit or something never showing her face and this is becoming a a big deal so i'm i you know as a american activist what would be your role what would you say or do or i mean it's not like you want government go do something or ban something or bs i mean you know what role do you think america or americans and give me the difference difference should play in this yeah well there's there's a lot of things that we can do as individuals cer- certainly if you go and travels any of these places you can just kind of be a personal personal example and and talk to people on an individual level and introduce them to some new ideas perhaps new ways that they may not have considered without traveling there's choices that we make about how to spend our money in some cases can impact on on people overseas he's there's company i'm trying to get together thinking about doing here locally is just having a a meet up root reaper forum for people who are supporting either independence or greater autonomy movements in different places around the world or fighting for freedom in these different for countries you know there's there's dozens literally i'm ex compiling a list of groups and there's some of this country seeking independence or face like roy and alaska you know who who are trying to get new countries recognized and the united nations is basically it's very narrow aero club of the existing governments and they're very reluctant to let any new member of that club there's dozens of of different unrecognized this states out there or groups of people that don't have their own jurisdictions where they feel represented the kurds and the palestinians are a couple the larger ones taiwan taiwan taiwan is legally recognize by i think something like a dozen countries so that number has been shrinking because the the beijing asian government in china regime i should say has been very much cranking up the pressure on governments around the world to try to get them to withdraw i want to say oh that's part of our country you know we're all part of china we get through it now backed up by this gun you know right right i say well it is one time you probably china then they gene government should you know just standing have the whole thing by the chinese government which is at least elected unlike the the the the communist name on the in in beijing now bereft of any ideology there just to maintain their money and power i mean if there's probably convert inequality in china today the united states you've another nominally still yeah this hong kong thing you're in san francisco that's a kind of a lot of chinese students and you know you're close to hong kong i'm just feel what's the support for the arabs i actually did putting feelers just recently i haven't sound connected with any people are really acting for hong kong here but i just recently there's a controversy chrissy over a woman they rose tax who died a couple of years ago here and she was she started columnist for the san francisco chronicle and she kind of made herself into a lobbyist and sorta high-power lutheran fixer sort of as on between city hall and the chinese american community here just went and she loves the DC and money for different projects and stuff and so they wanna they wanna name this new subway station after the towers the well if you want to change are not happy this you know they see her as somebody who is close to the beijing regimes d- she got a lot of veterans that falloon gone i don't know how many of your listeners may have heard of lean gong but feld f. a. l. and face a g. o. n. g. also sometimes when i was called falloon dafa DFA basically kind of a a spiritual movement combining healthy living mind body exercises this is this kind of thing best death late nineties at least nineteen ninety eight there was a big crackdown on this in china because a bunch of falungong practitioners got together and they had a big just not even a demonstration is sort of a peaceful math gathering of people burning doing these kind of tie sheet type exercise in front of communist party opposite in in beijing and the authorities like whoa wait all these people come from is is scary we gotta clamp down on this we don't want you know anybody coming with this kind of ability to generate mass demonstrations like yeah how flash mobs they're they're they're they're right right well anything that they perceive as a threat car which i think this was i think actually ever so he came up with this kind of kind of billy you know like this is a totally diesel apolitical thing it's sorta hard for the authorities to legitimately come down on it but it's just a way of getting people serve together in solidarity around something and apparently millions and millions of people in china are on yeah well they have carpet on the 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thing rabbit has found gong thing and it was you know they're they're really we're being persecuted by going after neil and you go why does this church thing no it's kind of like a flash mob they just gather and do tai chi which is where you see chinese do in their hands slow movements and a lot of old people are doing it's kinda like chinese yoga you know so the fact the fact that the mere fact that you can get a bunch of people together in one place at one time that is the threat to these totalitarian authoritarian collective we rule you and you didn't get a permission slip to have a bunch of people get together where's your permit for gathering of whatever oh oh then you start seeing coming into the united states mirka same kind of thank it's it's not quite as widespread as you know every couple of blocks locks you can get off liar you're wherever i was with they were probably doing the church thing and welcome to chinatown yeah we'll see people there but anyway on there i started talking about this just mentioning won't occurred so kind of political issues here that volume is all over the place i need you to kind of stick on your phone and a microphone something because i mean damn has this sound right now and good just you'll stick with one is it's probably at my mouth pointed away from the little mike on the phone that's we'll keep okay thanks for letting so this woman rose pack and it was a political political lobbyists and picture and so forth you've got a couple of years ago and they're trying to put her name on the new subway station there bill in chinatown as usual government boondoggle billions of dollars etc but but yes she was she was really clashing with a flu dog people repeatedly had connections to beijing and it's a lot of people here the chinese he's american community don't want her name my myself we've got one of these folks coming to our monthly libertarian party meeting tomorrow to talk about the issue and often in recent moves in the chinese community here about bike self defense is concerns ends about crime and some chinese are getting some press talking favorite brand ownership which is pretty unusual year for san francisco this is not the place where gun ownership is popular just a few years ago got rid of the last story in the city that sold germs and the cow palace facility wouldn't few miles south of san francisco so have gun shows there for a long time they finally got state legislation to put a stop to that who last a gun show is going to be next month june average here candidacy have in the past gun shows but okay now they're allowing there is a big effort to try and regulate out zone out you can't have explosives the firing the primers for the bubbly blah blah blah got gunpowder out there and you could buy out in the open all my goodness you're still having gun shows in san francisco it's not in san francisco the san francisco patches just been trying to put a stop years it's complicated because the land that this facilities on is also is actually owned by the state and so they've had to try to try to get it through at the state level to to make them stop you know it's taken them a while to do but they finally did in the past it so unfortunately like i said last gun show at the cow palace is going to be next next month the county south of san francisco sexy weird happens something email from all over to the those things now of course we have what we got up on premiums phoenix today you know mark j bicker attorneys for freedom dot com they always on i think it's saturday afternoon at one they always have a table out there and got a stage in a bunch of chairs thirty forty nitsa standing room and he he gives presentation on the gun staying and freedom and so here in arizona and maybe a little bit different mindset but that's from decades of us being butt heads and you guys sure you wanna play a lot of different out there and it must basis a reason there's a ragged slap why do you think that happened it was from activism the people articulating the real reasons for and against and they start coming after us guys won't play on play until they don't wanna play anymore because it doesn't benefit them every time that you get the hair on the back of the neck of the gun community come out nigga we have a say in spend us some money and vote a certain away a run some candidates that doesn't happen in california are those guys marginalized with a shot what happens to the second amendment advocates there they moved their zona it's it's just such an unpopular issue locally here in san francisco that it's kind of like you know it's i i won't say it's not a fight we're having because i think it's always the right time to advocate for the right thing as martin luther king said i'll still talk about gun rights that it's just like you're not making any progress here like like how much progress are you gonna make you know having drag queens retire or something and and you know i don't know i mean there's there's issues here where were we're ahead i mean like san francisco elected district attorney for example and we've got a very good candidate running right now that i'm splitting is trying to end mass incarceration the money bail and stuff like that he actually works public tenders office right now but you know so there's some issues where locally readers in pretty good shape here in san francisco but there's uh others like gums where you know no it's just so unpopular there's no no local elected officials who who will talk in favor of it and it's not the fault of the activist people aren't doing enough activists in this community gained so much left politically i mean nancy pelosi's district restrict time in congressional leader of course you know she gets reelected typically about eighty percent of the vote right so that's the tell you something okay what is the percent of i mean you eighty pri what'd you say eighty percent yeah upper seventies around eighty percent he gets reelected and she's been in since nineteen eighteen eighty four leave it was she like eighty to eighty four and since the very first time she ran for office he has never made it her on she she just doesn't do it and the media doesn't hold her accountable for it they don't get all over it say why aren't you debating your challenges to she just doesn't debate him than just keeps getting reelected without a lot of talk about it so what run san francisco i mean of course it's i see you the milk milk act there's a movie played by sean penn end of the where the gay activism kind of movie by the way about harvey sean kind of terrific actor he really nails i think and it was just the activism awesome and rising up and the collectivisation of we come together and the gay community but to what end l. libertarian freedom of but that was an it's a they take over the positions of and do whatever they then those one day become day them those so the gay community is what freedom oriented would you say that on certain issues they are you know facebook for example we should talk about earlier in the context of all this information harvesting first thing i'm trying to think through city college facebook had to kinda back you out a little bit in the face of basically a bunch of drag queens and gave eighth people who got fed about getting locked out of their accounts or i'd have extended take names and they are a whole community meeting or the facebook the concert showed up we're very you know made continuously noises the community has uh traditionally on us democrats and sufficiently been mostly focused microphone microphone yeah mostly focused on civil liberties issues and stuff but it's complicated i mean it is another complicated i tell you exactly what we see it in the libertarian party anywhere anywhere else whenever you gotta consolidation of power privilege or opportunity or whatever it gets infiltrated by them those and you got somebody you ah gang why how a 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i don't want to miss anything that you say all right so some of the issues that are up i think you have some comment on is this one tulsi gabbard early on in debate she kind of skyrocketed to the front and popular by the people of we wanna hear what she has to say and here's a woman in her i went and looked at her history as a city councilwoman state legislator in congress and moving on up and in the military and had to say about that and and wore socks and cayenne you're you're not allowed to be on the debate stage we'll make sure you can't go ask you got wrong polled which of course she's not raw paul that's not the point it's not the philosophy is that she was countered or wherever the hell they wanted and you're not allowed to hear her last night they had the democratic party debate and i'm like all right i'll donna goes hey it's on you really but i'm i'm eating dinner and she made spaghetti for sitting down living room turned on the democratic debate on ABC ABC's during it right where it was and i turned it on watching it blah nabala blah blah blah blah and of course looks like a face lift and blab blah blah blah and i go this is the most i want my brain cells back and the only person i was really interested in hearing and going up against this machine is tulsi gabbard that they have taken out what say you star child i didn't watch it either you know she was they got around with debates she's not allowed you know do you even know who tells the gabbard is i mean yeah yeah from hawaii she's sounds like the best of the the high profile democrats now any more reason she on you know anti government intervention overseas issues i guess ron paul even wrote something supporting or i gather she's not so great on on some other issues of course snob economics of course yeah so yeah i i don't know a whole heck of a lot about her i don't really have any particular thoughts to share their but it's the only you're sure well if i was just picking your interesting ken pain i'd even care about with the democrats and they're just not you're not allowed you're not allowed to hear the you're not allowed it is a sitting congresswoman with a long track record she's female she's hindu she's she checks off all all the boxes nego hail no now no hailed kamala harris is the one that they want she's the next to hillary whatever the hell then you've got hillary out there campaigning with lisbeth warren so that when they go to the democratic national convention all the super delegates yeah we're just going to make hillary the nominee and elizabeth warren VP candidate eh woman ticket of you vote for us we hate trump and i'm going what didn't you got the libertarian coke guys never trump and all this they're going to be used us to do whatever they can to peel off some votes for trump to get any democrat 'cause they don't care that's the role they're playing they get their money i what what was that again obscene with bill weld doing this i'm i'm libertarian libertarian libertarian libertarian all of a sudden he goes yeah ed goes back and republican he's gonna run into give people don't even know bill weld the VP nominee for the libertarian party is on their record he has filed his papers papers as a republican running against trump i'm well aware of why you see this there's some back in canceled bullshit going on a a lot of us never trusted her wanted him in the first place yeah no we knew that was why i was screaming sad when they say they're going we'll use stab it we'll step this one one woman was lee dern i think i can't remember the name but she she was running for VP because she wanted to make sure that gary had a good qualified VP candidate and she's attorney did his ballot access stuff in manhattan or something and she put herself up we'll make sure well they pressured her you got oh we gotta have bill well we'll get to play and on down the road of bill all the money and bill will and she goes all right well i will drop out and do that because i want gary what he wants if you will say you won't stab us in the back like you did the libertarian party in new york when you said you are run as governor and you pull screwy louis whatever so he wouldn't say it he goes on a lifetime member of gum and i'm sitting up i'm going to say it say it say it is screaming at man beddoe billed as any basis support at this point you know mark sanford getting the race now basically another sort of mildly libertarian leaning republican and still welcome at any kind of traction you wouldn't have have somebody else who's got what do you think of this just in a mosh thing they're pushing justin amash i i would not be sorry to see him joined the NBA i don't think he's just sort of milk toast republican it's always gonna come down to the coke to produce energy policy i guarantee it i want to make sure bumper gets in there let me finish i want to make sure that jacob hornberger bumper and just in a mosque it to have this internal debate of along with verne vermin and everybody else now to care but i get bumper and justin in they're going out and libertarian man we all wins do well all of all the candidates should be allowed to debate and how there's multi-tier process of elimination but all of them should be in at least the the initial the date as far as i'm concerned and and the party hasn't been great on that of those better than the south should parties government that i wanted to give a shout out to who other libertarian can't running the cycle woman mike mike mike on your mouth mike yeah i wanted to give a shout out to another libertarian candidates running with cycle camera wedded mentioned earlier and scream and having co cash kim is better good hardcore libertarian she's a single mom businesswoman has really comes across i think very sensible act i know kim she ran here nerves on now either see or adam vermin supreme i get him into the bait and mississippi awesome is a party even more so we can't do a debate because it's not going to be paid for and sponsored entre by NBC there'll be a debate but you know there's been problems in the past where there have been a nicely put on gotta stage cameras and set up and ready to go and stream online don't give a crap with the network to win is been libertarian presidential party debate not not at the convention when does that happen tell me i haven't seen i remember when well dolan look on youtube you find state conventions they a lot of these candidates have been debating eating you know various times and in different cycles this isn't the first cyclist happened but there's been multiple debate recycling can go and find him i mean that's something to national party b. i leave the state parties have a national debate what the hell are they good for what's good for what are they doing where's the debate kind of huahua huahua blah blah blah blah blah blah because they already selected a candidate they already know what they want these guys they just it's over the question you gotta give any time to answer because you keep talking here the answer i gave my answer go ahead there's the national asu party only has a has something like one point five million a year and a good probably third of that is eaten up with about access just trying to to make sure that the candidates can legally get on the ballot helping states have state parties be able to to get their candidates to local and state candidates on the ballot i i am so so there's that drain then you know staff takes up another no no you're not thinking outside the box remember who in rock creek and burger out of georgia in the nineties they go you know what we're going to have a specific targeted donation to do full page ads in the new york times that down we are looking for crowdfunding that the national party should should have a list at any given time a dozen or so priorities on the website hey here's our current list of staffing have it appeal to a wide range of they don't like that 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rule as our solemn secrets from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protest the president's appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house republican lookin' retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate change says miranda random bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies racism the system is policies of division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attacks that are not not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah cummings comings i'm diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers and their allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees aaron tease unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lift driver and activist with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies as a business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lipton uber directly benefiting from nineteen labor our own drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derives the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers as employees yeast companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. you about of toxic waste from oil and gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new bap let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead within arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium to twenty-six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills pills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites by by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also so what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here eric tate off reports that means teachers once again reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics data data finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars that might seem like a post recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants cea says this is a unique burden EDS synchophant he added profession how normal is it that you have to go to work with your own materials and these days it's not just for them it's for children the analysis of fines that average spending spending in high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone faron a hey cardiologists with theta care points information from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and physical health teams should turn the screen off well before bedtime the laptop the TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend is at at least two hours before bedtime you know farren says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough sleep means poor learning worst decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep old disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take chances they should i buy clifford public service we are member enlisted supported an we're online at public do service 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listening to the heartland newsfeed ready nip work at live dot hot land-use fee dot con this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram instagram's public new servers down newscast thursday september twelfth twenty nineteen i'm mike clifford the US supreme court backs trump by the strict asylum rule and protests expected when the president visits what he called roden vested baltimore more first our top story this precourt allowing nationwide enforcement now the new trump administration rule it prevents most central american immigrants seeking asylum in in the US that from the washington post report the order late wednesday temporarily une does a lower court ruling that blocked the new asylum policy had some states along long southern border the post ads policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i i most people crossing these other border are central america's flea violence poverty they're largely in eligible under the new rule as our asylum-seekers from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protests the president's appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside aside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration were an climate change says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply oppose trump's policies his policies racism is policies of division of workers impress people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attack that are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments comments on majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah cummings i'm diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers and their allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- alva- is a lift driver and activist with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for gig lifting uber directly benefiting from nineteen flavor of drivers in order to resolve it they need to take time when people are waiting for derives the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and auburn CEO said wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers as employees companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling and pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years now a new map let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium two twenty twenty six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites by typing in their address the map shows where those was places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here eric data reports that means teachers once again reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis of national center for education statistics data find oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars that might seem like a post recession spike but the national national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigr- or CS says this is a unique burden if you think of any other profession how normal is it that you have to go to work with your own material yes i mean these days it's not just for them it for the children the analysis also finds that average spending high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone fahran cardiologists with theta care points team formation from from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and physical health teams should turn the screens off well before bedtime on the laptop the tv the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend is at least two hours before bedtime you know farrell farren says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough sleep means poor learning worst decision making and long-term issues issues with physical health a lack of sleep will disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take chances they should i 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prison she was subjected to abuse objected to inadequate medical care and she's actually documented injustice a lot a lot of the obstacles that she's overcome in a book that she wrote called angel knows so we'll talk about that we'll talk about her entire story let me bring her on the show angelique nick welcome to felony friday thank you glad to be here thank you so much for coming on the show and once again shout out to me a king for connecting us maliki is just an awesome guy and i feel like i said every time that he connects me with with somebody but he has communicated with who's done time in the criminal justice system and formed a bond with and he's just doing a doing great work so thanks again balik and angelique before we get started talking about really your struggles in the system the obstacles you ever come the book that you wrote let's let's turn the clock all the way back to your childhood we're you grew up if you could just share with the audience what that was like what your experiences were like in your early years okay so am i born in tacoma washington and at first when i started to know you know what was going on from being you know an infant to you know what five six seven years old it seem normal but really it was after i found out things it became very confusing in hurtful and anyway so my dad who i thought was my dad forgive me to if i get emotional my dad was that it was my dad was really my stepfather and my mom who i thought was my mom would really my grandma and so they adopted me from her daughter you know and so when i'm five when i'm like seven years old we're on a camping trip and they had a late bloomer son and his name's dan and dan came running up going teasing me going you're adopted your adopted i'm like what's that even mean i mean you know and then so i kinda had abandonment issues from that and so from then on i don't want to give out the whole old book though but from then on my oldest brother who was adopted as well we we have different dads but the same mom molested meet until i was sixteen every day and yeah and and it it messed my mind you know and then when i see when i was sixteen i tried telling my mom who was my grandma my what really was going on and she said he wouldn't do that to you and so i had to leave i had to go nowhere to i didn't trust them and so i ran the streets you know and i could always go home and at times i did when i was desperate but it was only when i was desperate because he was still there anyway i wrote about the story and after all the years of living living life i did i was a i made a career out of doing bad you know what i mean i mean i survived up to that i didn't want it wasn't that i chose to do that they didn't grow up you know i wanna be a drug dealer or a thief never did i think like that it was just something that happened and after all the years going in and out of the system i thought that's all i knew that's all i could do and 'cause i've never been to school barely got my GED and prison after a six and a half years and i finally applied myself and got it but anyway the book talk about you know the molestation 'cause there's so many people out there to gone through things like this and need to know that they can overcome in need to know that have self worth and because it stripped rip you of all that when things like this happened to you and so why wouldn't they scream out to the heavens like what is wrong with me why can't i get this thing right and i was asking god and then one day i i after i got out of prison doing one hundred twenty six months like i can't go back to doing that because i'll either dying i mean i have over thirteen felony convictions i'm up the charts in anyway so i get out and i start start making meth again and i'm like oh my god i'm gonna go back to prison and then so i put myself in this treatment thing but it's a spiritually based one you know faith-based and a and you had to write verbatim out of the bible every day chapter in when i got to the book of john and it said god is love it and i found that out i was like it blew my mind i it was like is that what i'm lacking love you know what i mean he's was i'm lacking him so anyway it was just a the big eye opener thing in so i felt like i got it and i felt you don't after i started getting into it more and reading more forgive others others as you would forgive you know you need to forgive yourself and so i felt like that's my key to lock this thing you know i gotta forgive give my brother i got a for my mom for leaving me and oh these people that hurt me but ultimately i had to forgive me you know the reason i ask that question i and it's almost almost always the case you know people had been you know this preaching to the choir here and hope a lot of our listeners know this too but people get involved a criminal activity people that become drug addicts people that get sucked into that kind of life it almost always starts with some sort of trauma and that's the i mean our criminal justice system does nothing nothing to address that for the merce for the most part it just compounds owns the issue makes it worse introduces you to more people who are suffering from similar things and to push you more down that path so so you know i'm i'm so sorry to to hear what you've been through i didn't i didn't i didn't know that so basically the book book is a confession the first part there's two parts to this book so the first part is i confess that everything that's ever been done to me and i your for that i've done i mean this book is kind of a wild ride and i don't think anybody's actually ever wrote anything like this 'cause that's another thing you got to to get it off you you've got to tell another person or you got to tell many people just to get the free yourself from the guilt and the shame so there's it's huge having the guilt and shame of doing things that you've done yourself or what has been done to you because otherwise it's it's gonna be like a a fifty pound backpack iraq's on your back and just slowly over time it's gonna keep boeing you over until you throw it away weighing get rid of it right just to just to sort of put this timeline together here so you leave home i think you said when you were sixteen years years old where did you go from there well so when i when this was the first time i ran away and and i wouldn't even gone probably twelve hours and i called my dad and i said i'm cold and hungry come get me so we did in a but he he never knew the things that happened to me at home because he worked graveyard shift at a chemical plant in my mom my grandmother she kept him in the dark for years and then when they told him he wanted to kill joe but joe is already joe it was already killing himself literally with using heroin because of his conscious so yeah sixteen when i started running the streets but when i uh full-fledged we left home i was probably seventeen and a half eighteen almost it's my first time going to jail too so that's why you you went to jail when you were seventeen years old no when i was eighteen yes since for so identity theft my girlfriend worked at a seventy six station in somebody's a credit card misstep to their seventy six station card and they called me up like let's go read this card and that's what we did we went to to the mall and that was the beginning of my criminal activity but the reason and why these thoughts were in my head even do things like that because my my mom and my uncle was see my uncles were in and out of prison and i mean it was like it was already set up for me before i you know it's like history repeats itself you know what i mean so my uncle was in he was a for for marijuana and all these things in a he had a life sentence in so it was are already around me you know bikers my mom's bikers of a biker club and my uncle was president for another biker club so it was like yeah it was dysfunctional to say the least yeah so how how did you how did you bring yourself out of it you know you and i just wanna make sure i'm getting everything correct you so you had that i celebrate so the first infra identity theft and how much how much more time total did you end up serving in prison well so the combined and time together so i even add my you know being in the county jail over twenty nine times to almost eighteen years of my life in the system yeah so finely this last percents you know i i i gave my life to christ and i would like i'm even to you like jesus take the wheel right and so i relocated i did and it didn't go back to where i originally came from which is tacoma and so you get a you know i you know drugs in a crime or anywhere but 'cause they'll sit you still gravitate kinda that character person but it's all up to me to make the correct choice to not go back to that lifestyle you know what i mean and i won't there's just not an option so how do you how how do you do that how do you stay focused on the future and not look back or get sucked so i'm not only for myself but you know i i have a husband now to plus i met him i met him in work release are stories kind of unique you know i met him in work release in a so he's been he's he's been in the system in and out of the system four times as well but you know never had his driver's license over twenty years and we've just been a stepping stones and building blocks talks to create a foundation for our live we brought his older brother because he has huntington's disease and i don't know why it just showed me up but anyway yeah so he's a hundred percent fabled so we're accountable not only for us but for him as well so it helps keep us on track and moving forward i never had a brand new car i have a brand new car worker leaves it just the clothes on my back now i have a place you you know i'm a home i don't have to live in my car that i stole you know today we're examples or examples for other people that go that it's at mindset mm sit in what you it's just like a you know twenty one days if you can make you can make or break a habit in twenty one days but you keep moving forward after those twenty one days it just because the lifestyle and it doesn't you know it's just it's easy i never do it was is this easy before what's the secret to get to and pass those twenty one days you got to love yourself man you got to love love yourself because that's i never did i was so messed up my head but yeah i was i didn't care about myself i had a death wish i was hoping i had to deliver my life like i did you know what i mean i was a woman out there on the streets by ourselves doing things that most men wouldn't do and i would never i wouldn't have prostitute let me tell you that though so anyway but anyway so you gotta love yourself that's that's good that's good advice for for anybody yes now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investment our new investment aspen 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The administration had argued. mcgann has absolute immunity that executive privilege protects sensitive internal discussions the White House but the Federal Federal District Judge in Washington said. No one is above the law just in time for Thanksgiving two storms look likely to spread a mix of rain. Snow and wind disrupting disrupting travel. In some places the National Weather Service says the first storm will dump as much as six to twelve inches of heavy snow from Colorado to Michigan a separate storm storm expected to bring winds up to hurricane force to the coast of Oregon and Northern California then moving east and changing to snow in the mountain west more more than two million Americans live without running water and basic indoor plumbing. According to a new report by water access group dig deep. The report finds that lack could clean water his vulnerable communities in the country particularly hard including the Navajo nation. In the South West and coal regions in McDowell County West Virginia Nia McDowell. County Resident Linda mckinney. Says people there have struggled for years for this basic human need facing polluted unreliable running water. Her she says the impoverished region doesn't have the tax base to fund improvements. I'm sixty three years old and it's been going on since I was born and it's now how come to the point. Where in a disaster because our water is contaminated mckinney says? Many people have to use rundown co camp water systems that were never kept opt up and then abandoned when coal companies folded. She says the water that runs through these systems when they run it all picks up contaminants putting health daily living in jeopardy for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard reported a new interactive map from the National Wildlife Federation called unnatural disasters. Shows does climate change in combination with other factors is putting at least one million plant an animal species around the world at risk of extinction according to Ed Perry with the Federation's Climate Crisis Campaign in Pennsylvania figures from last year show some of those impacts are hitting very close to home. It's affected our state. Fish the brook trout. In our state bird rough grouse he says heavy rain destroys trout habitat and leave standing water where mosquitoes can breed spreading West Nile virus that kills many bird species there are economic impacts from climate change as well. The federation's map says by October there had been ten weather other and climate related events nationwide exceeding one billion dollars in losses in twenty nineteen alone. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting this is peon us. According to the BBC Central Chinese government is responding to the landslide. Victory for Pro Democracy candidates in local Hong Kong Council elections by stating that the city will always be ruled from Beijing and warning against further protests. Numerous US states are trying to impose work requirements on healthy adults Medicaid. Waivers have been approved in sixty nine or pending and three have been set aside by the courts in Michigan. Healthcare advocates advocates are now suing health policy analyst with the Michigan League for Public Policy. Arabella Zehr contends Medicaid should not be altered in a way that makes it punitive or ineffective active folks are really already working and potentially have very legitimate reasons for why they are not working and this just adds an additional barrier it is not necessary estimates based on how similar work requirements played out in Arkansas. Show that between sixty one thousand one hundred. Eighty three thousand Michigan residents could lose news coverage Mary. Sherman reporting farming and conservation groups in the Midwest are deeply concerned over the unintended impacts from the herbicide Dyke Cambe regulators. Arkansas recently relaxed the rules on its use and critics say it's damaging vulnerable crops trees and wildlife while they're calling for for several changes in the regulations. The primary concern is with a one mile buffer zone placed on. Its use Dan. Simon Conservation Director with Audubon. Arkansas says Campbell is is causing significant damage outside that zone which he believes should be expanded. There was a parent. I can symptoms on native plants. All across eastern Arkansas saw and a lot of the places where we found that damage was within a two mile. Mark Richardson reporting in Illinois. Observers are especially concerned that native the trees are collateral damage from died Cambe retired Illinois state. Biologists Martin Kemper says they're seeing injuries to dogwoods Oaks sick. 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EMT showed up on Dan Hyman for public news service member and listener supported and online at public news. Service Dot Org we we must I shed our fear of it. I stand here it without fear because I remember I remember that I. AM here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years. We have these soon after a century of law. I remember that we are still let us make them remember. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah Yeah here on Thanksgiving in happy Thanksgiving. Everybody is Thursday November. Twenty two thousand. Not What we're going to do is in the second and third hour at least Dr Ferrari them booted is going to come in. We're going to talk a- so report and whatever else you know Thanksgiving tell you the family's GonNa come over and I go some friends and we got much family over here but Donna. She's so overwhelmed that she goes last night. We went over to Jacob Bureau Turney for Freedom Doc attorneys for freedom now attorneys and they did kind of people didn't get the make their wedding last asked me in Hawaii. They had really nice video and everything and so on and we just went on part. Hey for a few hours. So what's up. Then you know what right over by where my son-in-law daughter-in-law live near forty children and grandma said and I need help. So he went and Shanghaied somebody. We got our ten year old granddaughter. These say good morning morning. Good Morning. Oh and you're up. I didn't think you'd be up the surly. Why you up surly because you got nothing else to do you so you came grandma? Tell you all the stuff that we need your help with. Now what are you GonNa do. Are you going to tell us everything we all sitting on the edge lavar seats WANNA know what you're going to clean. The kitchen cleaned the rooms up and Cook Cook Dang skippy. He did you guys put the Turkey and yet you're going to Okay are you going back human. You vacuum home. Well if you can back you M- then you can mow. No I you know I was in six years old. I was mowing the lawn. What kind of Slack Star you get out there and start blowing is probably going to rain today? I think it's GonNa rain. Yeah Oh oh yeah. That's right your mom before you guys with soccer practice light. Yeah you're practicing on Thanksgiving Eve. You Guys Oh you gotta tournament this weekend. That's right next weekend. Oh it's not this weekend. December eight okay. So next weekend and the ad that's right before you went. There is a beautiful sunset. Your mom show this to pictures that she got before you went to practice man. That was awesome. That's what happens when you get a bunch of clouds. The Sky at sunset here was a co very cold. Now the tell us about your what you did in your sock. You've got to get closer to the microphone. Baby Bless you then. You had a soccer tournament last year. Me and grandma man we love going watch you guys play soccer because you're awesome so what happened last year last year. We got to the state finals. And then when we're going to see if we could go for I. They scored on us in overtime. So you got second second. Third third is not I who got first the team that I mean your brothers and sisters. Not that he got. He got third. What tatum get? I saw. Aw tatum's team got I and it was just a whole state. Yeah so the state finals. They'll tell you them got I and you got a loser now third. What do you think you're GONNA do this year? When win win for the wind? Did you lose any games