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Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
Inviting Your Child Into the Easter Story
"What I love what you're accomplishing with the book, ten days of the Easter story. And you guys, you're so intentional with this, is how to get your kids starting right from the get go. Emotionally healthy. I'd so appreciate that, 'cause I don't think his parents, you know, we want them to be in sports. We want them to do these things that demonstrate their physical well-being and their physical acuity. And I don't know that I don't think I was as in tune with their emotional health. As you guys are coaching parents to be. And I think, man, it should probably start right there. Yeah. Emotionally healthy children. So when you look at connecting the Easter story for them to be emotionally healthy, how does that work? Well, one of the things we wanted to do was we wanted to take the Easter story and we wanted to look at what was actually happening, right? Researchers show that thinking, feeling and relating at the same time is where true growth happens. So in other words, if I'm just sitting in a classroom and I'm hearing somebody lecture, there's a cognitive thing going on. But if there's not great stories or I'm not emotionally engaged, I'm not as likely to remember what's being taught. That's like a speaker, an effective speaker. They're going to engage your emotion and there's thinking feeling and then there's also relating. I'm entering into a relationship is why therapy is so effective is because it, you know, or at least good, healthy relationships, small groups where you're doing life with people in your church because there's relational things happening. And so what we really wanted to do was give parents another tool to be able to take their children through the devotion of Easter to teach them the truths of scripture, but then to also help their children enter into that story and to think about what is it that the characters or the people during that week during that time of life, what were they experiencing? What were they actually feeling? What was actually going on and what are ways that you experienced that feeling today.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"Mere Christendom" Author Douglas Wilson Has a Podcast!
"Welcome back. I'm talking to Douglas Wilson, whose latest book is mere Kristen dumb, Douglas Wilson, so you have done many, many things. One of the things that you've done that we haven't even mentioned is you have a podcast. What is that called? It's called the podcast. The podcast. So I believe in plotting as a way I wrote another book called plot activity, where the way to get things done is to systematically plod through them. And so I have a podcast where I just chip away at different things. And is it called man rampant or something like that? I can't remember the title. Man rampant is an interview show that I have through canon, but I have through canon press. So man rampant is a video television show, a long form interview show. The podcast is simply a regular podcast. That's a weekly this is where I'm supposed to ask you, when do you sleep, sir?
The Eric Metaxas Show
Pastor Douglas Wilson of Christ Church Is a Renaissance Man
"Am talking to Douglas Wilson, pastor of Christ church in Moscow, Idaho, the writer of all about a hundred books, and I can't even begin to list them. So you're kind of a renaissance man. You've been doing many, many things over the decades there in Moscow, Idaho, not just pastoring a church, but you found it a publishing company. You started a college. Tell me about these things. Yes, we started first logos school, which is a K through 12 classical Christian school. We started it for my oldest daughter's kindergarten year. And it's now a thriving school and sort of been the flagship school of the renewal of the classical Christian school movement in North America. Excuse me, I ought to have mentioned that upfront. I forgot how central you, sir, have been in the classical Christian movement in America. And so I do want to talk to you about that because that is huge. Absolutely. If you'd done nothing else that is just huge, do me a favor, just tell me how many kids go to the school in Moscow, Idaho. There are about 650, which when you consider the size of Moscow, it's an enormous school for a town on our size. And then the association of classical and Christian schools began here, and they're now hundreds of schools around the country. And some internationally that are following this model of classical Christian education. And then we started a new saint Andrews college, which has got a couple of hundred students in it. It's a small liberal arts college that we patterned ourselves off of the curriculum that Harvard had in the 1600s. So that was the baseline that we began with. And then adapted and modified for our era.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Douglas Wilson: You Can't Have Creation, Without a Creator
"A lot of wonderful books. The new one is called mere Kristen dumb. And what you were just saying, thank you for your kind words about my new book, led to the American church. But what you're saying is something that I have been thinking about recently is this idea that when you take God out of the equation, everything falls apart. Those of us who know God is real, who know that he is the source of all reality and truth in the universe. Know that that makes sense. But it's like we've been living in a dream this secular dream, this ideological fantasy, this fiction that we could somehow exist apart from God. And it's caught up with us. I think your average person is realizing like something's wrong. It's kind of like building a bridge and not using the right math. And when you get to the end of building the bridge, you realize that the sides aren't matching up or what went wrong, we failed, what is happening? How do we fix this? And then you realize, yes, you need to get the math right in the beginning. If you take God out of the equation, your doomed from the start. But it's taken us depending on how you look at history, but where we've arrived at a kind of unprecedented moment in history. It seems to me, and it seems like that's what you're saying. That's right. This bridge, this bridge that we're on, is way too bouncy. I don't want to bridge it, bounces this much. So and most Christians know, you can't have creation without a creator. You can't have law without a legislator. Well, right now, America can't have Salvation without a savior. We can not save ourselves. This is Christianity one O one. We can't save ourselves. We can't forgive ourselves.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Douglas Wilson Highlights His Upcoming Book "Mere Christendom"
"Talk about that pastor Douglas Wilson. What is the book mere Christendom? So mere Christendom is about how Christians should respond to the disintegration or the collapse of secularism. Secularism is not working. Secularism is on its last legs. People can not function corporately or individually without reference to God. We can not afford to be christless or godless. We have to order our lives around the revelation of God and Jesus Christ. Now, the first Christendom from the conversion of Constantine down through the reformation, let's say. The first Christendom had a long run of a thousand years. There were many missteps and things we did wrong that bugs that needed to be worked out. So what I'm talking about is a reboot of Christendom, where we abandon secularism, we don't do a repeat of everything we did in the first Christendom. We don't want to Spanish inquisition. We don't want to revisit certain things that were wrong and sinful and wicked in the first. That's why I qualify it with mere Christendom, riffing off of Lewis's mere Christianity.
Mark Levin: Spending Time With President Trump Today
"You've been with Trump today and one of the things that I think so many people are going to be concerned about is him personally It's one thing to think that you might get indicted You know you're under attack but now it's actually happened What was president Trump like today How concerned was he What do you think his mentality is going to be coming into dinner tonight sitting there going wow I've been indicted where I live for many many years all because I served the United States of America as president It was in a very good mood We spoke for two hours for two shows We talked about as presidency We talked about his new book that's coming out about letters to Trump It was very fascinating We went through various world leaders and what it was like in his presidency He did ask me before we sat down as an aside I don't think I'm violating anything What do I think it means when the grand jury is in meetings for four weeks And I wrongly told him I think that means that they're not going to press ahead because why would they take off Turns out they didn't take off That they were still there And that's another deception to the American people This isn't about Manhattan It's not about stormy Daniels This isn't about a nondisclosure agreement This is an attack on the system That Soros wants to attack that this prosecutor wants to attack as a radical nut job This is an attack by the Democrats On the Republican Party on the next election this is a complete setup job That's exactly what it is It's intended to influence the outcome of the Republican primary the outcome of the presidential election It's intended to make sure that if Biden wants to run or anybody else to reelect it that the Democrats continue to control Washington D.C.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Steve Deace and Eric Discuss the Wild New Film "Nefarious"
"I'm talking to Steve dais, it's spelled DEA CE, we're going to talk about his book rise of the fourth Reich. But right now we're talking about the film. Another thing that's coming out, April 14th, it is a film called nefarious. I was privileged to watch it and Steve, I'll tell you. There's a lot to talk about with regard to this film because it's not anyone who has written fiction or understands that world as you do and I do, and obviously as C. S. Lewis did, it's a curious thing when you're writing about almost anything, but when you're writing about the demonic, how do you portray that? Realistically. C. S. Lewis, I would argue, gives us almost like a Disney version of the demonic in the screwtape letters. It's not, it's kind of a musing and it's theologically correct, but it's not scary. If you're confused. It's not a menace. Satanic evil, satanic evil is just disgusting and scary and foul, on a level that most of us were not quite aware of. And so what you do in the film, which is, again, not for kids, but you make it more real. And so let's talk more about that. You were just giving us the well, the plot of the film, nefarious. Tell us again so people can understand. It's a little bit like Silence of the Lambs. It's a psychiatrist talking with a serial killer. Most of the film. Who claims he's a demon named nefarious and so of course everybody thinks this is just a scam insanity play. The court appoints a left wing secular atheist psychiatrist because frankly, that then Jordan Peterson, there really aren't any other kinds of those. And the psychiatrist thinks I'm just coming in here to collect my per diem. And I'm going to check the box. This will be a cursory review. We'll all move on with our lives. And he doesn't understand. He's going to find out in this film that he is not he's not just randomly appointed. He was summoned by this entity.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Eric Welcomes Steve Deace to the Show to Discuss "Nefarious"
"Steve days. Welcome. Hey brother, good to see you. I'm wearing my TP USA faith, God over government, hoodie brother, so I'm ready for war. Let's go. We're on the we're on the same page. Well, you and I today, we've got some time, we've got two things to talk about in particular, specifically, one is the film nefarious and the other is your new book rise of the fourth Reich confronting COVID fascism with a new Nuremberg trial so this never happens. Again, co written with Daniel Horowitz, which of these should we talk about first? Let's start with nefarious because it is coming up shortly. And I think, unfortunately, and tragically, what we were reminded of in Nashville earlier this week is we are a nation that is mired in an open spiritual warfare and I say this as someone who theologically Eric would come probably from a more classically reformed position, but I'm not going to ignore the signs of the times in which we live. And it is clear that the streets of America are overflowing now, we have pierced the darkness with open and reckless spiritual warfare. And that just so happens to be the movie that we have spent the last two years making. It's about that very topic. Well, you know, my theology is all about reality. Whatever is is. You know, like some people focus more on this, some people focus more on this. And the point is, God invented this thing we call reality, and there's a spiritual reality and how we deal with it. I want to go obviously in accordance with reality. And the reality, if you're any kind of Christian, because a lot of people say, I'm a Christian, okay, well then you believe in angels and demons and Jesus cast out demons, and this is real. This is not like a happy story from 2000 years ago. It is real. And in what we're seeing worked out in public life as you just said, what I find fascinating, Steve, is that a lot of people who wouldn't normally go there go to the idea that we need God, this is evil.
Your Daily Prayer
The Aaronic Blessing in Your Life
"These amazing words found in the book of numbers are the very ones that God gave to Aaron so that he could speak them over the people in Israel to be blessed. Thousands of years later, this blessing is still spoken to church congregations around the world. These words are an amazing reminder to us of what God wants to do in our lives each new day, and in each and every new season of our lives. The lord bless and keep you. It is the lord alone who can truly bless us and keep us safe. He is the one who blesses us with health, finances, and peace. He also blesses us as he keeps us, holds us in comforts us in our times of despair and sorrow. The lord make his face to shine upon you. The lord is looking at you, he sees you. He will show his favor towards you as he feels your life with peace and blessings. Just as the warmth of the sun's rays shine on your face, flooding you with warmth, so too, when the lord scientists face on you, it will warm you with his love, and you will be forever changed. And be gracious to you. This amazing phrase tells us that God is forgiving. Merciful, and compassionate. Our sin should put a distance between us and God, but through the death and resurrection of Jesus, our sins have been forgiven, and we can draw close and fellowship to God. God sees you right where you are. He forgives you. He has compassion for you and for the heartbreaking things that you are walking through today. The lord lift up his countenance upon you. These powerful words tell us that God is near enough that you can see him and you can see his hand at work in your life. He isn't stressed about any of the situations you face, he is sovereign. He is in control. He has a good plan to get you through it. And give you peace. Perfect peace that will flood your mind and your day as you embrace the blessings and favor of the lord. This is perfect peace. This is peace that allows you to overcome all those obstacles in your life. This piece is a gift given to you by your heavenly father. So as you go into this state, this week, this new season, cling to the lord. He promises to be with you to bless you to keep protect you and to give you favor. He understands your pain. He sees your success. He holds your life in his very capable hands. Trust him. Turn to him. Plain these words of promise over every one of your situations. He is the lord, and he will show up and bless your life as much as you allow him
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Author Dr. Thomas Williams Exposes the Plight of Christians
"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast a new guest, doctor Thomas D Williams, he's the author of an excellent book that I just read. It's called the coming Christian persecution. He's also the Rome bureau chief for Breitbart News. He's taught at the center for ethics and culture at the university of Notre-Dame. He teaches theology at St. John's university is written a bunch of books, he's also got so many other credentials. He speaks multiple languages. He's a wine sommelier. I don't even know where to start with your with your bio here. Doctor Williams, but welcome and thanks for joining me. Your book is unbelievably. Well, it's both timeless and it's timely. I've just been talking on the podcast about this latest grotesque incident, mass shooting at a Nashville Christian school, and it seems very interesting because in the book you talk about how there is a kind of widespread public denial of the anti Christian bigotry behind these kinds of actions and we're seeing it in the media coverage. The media coverage is I think I just saw a headline in Reuters, former student shoots up Christian school. That's it. No reference to the motive, no reference to the transgender perpetrator or domestic terrorist. So clearly some of the stuff you're talking about in the book and you cover history, you cover the rest of the world, but it's all too relevant to what's happening right now in the west and specifically in the United States. Well, unfortunately, you're exactly right the next. This is what we're seeing on a daily or weekly basis. And it's happening all over the place. It is only really deniable to those who are choosing to be blind to it because it is growing at an accelerated pace. Tucker Carlson last night on Fox News, the title for his segment on this was the trans movement is targeting Christians. And he made a very, you know, a very cogent case for the fact that this is something that we're seeing. There have been a number of these incidents this is not the first. And it's also part of the rhetoric that they're using, the Christians really are looked upon as the enemies
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Megyn Kelly: 'Sick' of Calls to Ban Guns After Nashville Shooting
"Megyn Kelly weighed in on this. Do we have the clip from megyn Kelly? She's got a big popular podcast. I've known Meghan for years. You still appear on her show all the time on Fox News channel. In fact, she wrote a book and included me in the book. We had a very famous exchange over maternity leave, which got a lot of clicks and a lot of a lot of attention. On Megan's podcast this week, now we had to bleep it, right? Because she uses the F word. So you got, did you get the bleep in there? All right, let's here's what Meghan said about the Joe Scarborough style reaction that it's the Republicans fault when there's a mass killing like the one at covenant school and church in Nashville. Three 9 year olds were shot down yesterday by one sick person. In addition to the three school administrators. There's something wrong with our society and I for one am sick of the knee jerk. It's the guns get the guns. We have 330 million guns. It may be over 400 million by some counts in America. They're not going away. We could do assault weapons, ban tomorrow. They're not going away, all right? We had to take a serious honest look at what's wrong with us. Makes sense to me. I mean, you say what's wrong with us? I don't put myself in the category of a monster who thinks putting bullets in the bodies of little 9 year old beautiful angels. I don't relate to that person.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Joe Scarborough Blames Republicans for Nashville Shooting
"I didn't have the ex Republican congressman blaming Republicans for the Nashville shooting on my bingo card. I just didn't. I understand the nature of activists and there are active activists on the right. There are activists on the left, activists aren't typically average Americans. So it's hard to even recognize this type of activism. I want you to hear what Joe Scarborough former Republican congressman said with his wife, you know, grunting affirmation next to her. She's making sound effects and she's, you know, making noises of disgust as he rails against Republicans because we're to blame for what that person in Nashville did to those beautiful people. Listen to this. We now live in a society in 2023 because of Republicans because of the NRA because of the gun manufacturers who make millions and millions of billions of dollars. We now live in a society where the cops are afraid of the convicts. We're former presidents. Former presidents, they make martyrs out of convicts who stormed the United States Capitol. These Republicans are the enemy of the rule of law. Everywhere we look. They're so worried about drag what book our drag show, whatever they do, all of this stupidity. They're so afraid that somebody's going to read a book about Hank Aaron. They're so afraid they're going to read a book on Roberto Clemente, but they're perfectly fine with AR-15s. All over. It's the freaking world. They're sick.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Is Xi Preparing for War?
"Chinese leader Xi Jinping says he is preparing for war at the annual meeting of China's parliament and its top political advisory in March. The theme of war readiness through four separate speeches in one instance telling his generals to dare to fight. Then we drop down to orville shell from the Hoover institution. I don't think he's been before your committee yet. I think she has a pure Leninist. He does that. He has certain aspirations to reduce the inequalities in Chinese society, but his real focus is on building the wealth and power of the state. And he views party organizations the key to the goal, Lenin two is a party builder, in essence, repudiating the Deng approach. Do you agree with both that, preparing for war and party over people? I do, first let me say that John pomfret wrote a phenomenal book about China and the United States called the beautiful country in the middle kingdom that I recommend to everybody who's interested in the subject. I guess that pottinger was our first part of our first hearing. And in his testimony, he gets at something that both he and pomfret double down on in this piece, which is that Xi Jinping and other members of the Politburo say one thing to a western audience. One thing that the denizens of Davos are desperate to believe, but they say an entirely different thing to other party members to their populace. And pottinger and his testimony talked it about it as one of the great magic tricks of the modern era. And that chairman Xi would actually agree on that point because he refers to the party's propaganda and its influence activities, its united front work as a magic weapon for advancing the regime's interests and partner went on to say you could call the CCP the Harry Houdini of Marxist Leninist regimes, the David Copperfield of communism or the Chris angel of autocracy. So I commend his testimony to everybody and for a while now Xi Jinping seems to be preparing his populace to endure an enormous economic pain and sacrifice that would ensue if they got into a confrontation with the west. This is why the cult of the Korean War has become so popular in communist China as an example of a moment when Mao risked everything to confront the west and the Chinese people had to endure a great pain and sacrifice. They emerged as a great power on the world stage. So all of this is very concerning. This is why we need to do everything possible to enhance deterrence and help Taiwan defend itself. And I'm looking forward to joining speaker McCarthy as we greet president Sonia and Wang of Taiwan next week.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Jack Posobiec on the Classic Victim Blaming After Nashville Shooting
"The new narrative, though, is that we're to blame, right? That it's of course a Christian conservatives that are passing laws to protect kids. Just build that out for us, right? Because it's not the maniac that kills 6 people. No, it's us because we have to be more sensitive to these. Right, so the narrative is, it's this, it's the classic. It's the classic victim blaming, right? So demons are real, right? So it's classic victim blaming to say, you brought this on yourselves. You brought this on yourselves by wanting to protect your children from this ideology from wanting to protect your children from falling into these surgeries from having this massive, by the way, financial arm of the United States, this huge industry that is trying to procure more customers for these hormones, hormones like testosterone that get administered hormones that are life altering that are obviously Chloe Cole and other detransitioners have talked about this in many cases. The breast removal surgery, the vasectomies, et cetera that go on. So when they say that we are to blame Charlie, what they're saying essentially is if you mess with our children, we'll come for your children because remember, if you understand the rhetoric and this is something that is the trans argument currently. That's their argument. And if you understand you have to unpack this and look, when I was at Guantanamo Bay, I had to unpack that insanity too. That was my job down there, right? So in their movement, they say, well, we aren't creating trans children. We're discovering trans children because we've found them in our schools and lived in TikTok and haya will document this. And by the way, she and I are doing a book reading tomorrow in Washington D.C. amidst all of this with Kirk Cameron and guess what, Charlie, we're not backing down. We
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Brandon Straka Walks Us Through His Post J6 Nightmare
"To us about the purgatory of the last two years as we've seen with almost every other case. Concerning January the 6th, this constant threat that if you don't, if you don't surrender, if you don't give in to the plea bargain, they will throw the book at you. You're going to get felonies. You're going to get multiple years of sentences from the judge. Walk us through what happened to you after the initial charges were presented. Sure. Yeah, I guess I'll just say, look, for every person at this point, it's about a thousand people, I believe, that have been charged with January 6th related charges. And I believe that they're going to go after at least a thousand more people probably more than that in the coming years, which is insane. But yeah, for the majority of people, we've all been kind of faced with two choices, either to go to a Washington D.C. court and go before a D.C. judge and a D.C. jury. All of whom, as far as I'm concerned, hate Donald Trump hate anybody who voted for Donald Trump or supported him. And don't have any clarity of thinking whatsoever in their ability to be neutral or unbiased when sitting on a jury trying to decide the guilt or innocence of somebody who supported Trump. So there's that option or you can take a plea deal, which is not a magical answer by any stretch of the imagination, but it does allow you to wrap things up and begin the process of trying to move forward with your life. I made the choice to take a plea deal. I pled guilty to one single class B misdemeanor of disorderly conduct. Now, along with that plea deal and this kind of goes back to the conversation you and I were having a few minutes ago, I signed the government written statement of offense. Which is essentially their version in narrative of what I did, what I said, what I smelled, what I thought, why I thought it, why I did what I did. So that narrative now lives in reality for the time being.
The Officer Tatum Show
What Is Critical Race Theory?
"I don't know if it's intentional, unintentional, but can you break down what critical race theory really is because a lot of people say a lot of things about it, but you're the expert on it, wrote a book about it. What is critical race theory? Yeah, the first thing I would say is that the nebulous message is intentional. That kind of way of making it seem like you can't really define it. You can't really pin it. It's kind of a moving target. It's intentional so that people can't criticize. If you can't name it, if you can't define it, then Bethany mandel got in trouble. What was that last week? She couldn't define wokeness, right? They're going to come after you. You don't even know what you're talking about. And so it's a very clever weapon that they use. But critical race theory at its root is the belief that racism is endemic in our society that it's interwoven into our institutions and that it's the reason for racial disparities. So anytime racial disparities pop up, it's because the institution itself is racist. And so they believe that the entirety of western culture, the entirety of our the foundations of our country, whether we're talking about the First Amendment or the Second Amendment or neutral principles of constitutional law. This is straight from the founders. They think that these things are imbibed with white supremacy and they drive white supremacy and oppression of non white people. So that's critical race theory at its root. What they'll tell you though is they'll tell you that it's a tool of analysis and it's a way to see racism in places that where it's been driven underground. Because what they tell you, Tatum is that the civil rights movement start out. It didn't accomplish what it set out to accomplish. And so they need a critical race theory to come in because racism had interwoven itself into our society and hidden itself and now it's clandestine and operating behind the scenes. And so they need a critical race theory to see it. It's that special super spy decoder ring so you can see where it where it's not apparent and it's driving these racial disparities.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Reaching the Children Where They Are
"So how do you know how do you measure the reach of the children's programs? Well, I know for sure that our marketing department tracks all of the views and all of the technical stuff on the back end. But for me personally, I mean, I'm a mom of young kids tweens heading into junior high school almost. And what really strikes me is our constant feedback from our viewers. We get emails in the office all the time talking about parents writing in. And even some teachers writing in because we know there are wonderful teachers out there who are just hungry for the type of wholesome educational content that we're providing that they really can't find anywhere else. We get emails saying thank you, I just discovered you. My kids love the story time episode. They love watching, you know, that they love reading the books that we have about traveling to different parts of our country and visiting the monuments and learning about America, our new book series is auto sales let's visit. If you haven't found it, you can find it on our website, but the feedback from the parents is really what drives us and keeps us inspired and motivated to really keep squeezing everything we can out of what our supporters are so generous with giving us to be able to create this content because we are a nonprofit. We can't do anything without the supporters at and it's the feedback from the parents that keeps us going, seeing how much their kids love it and how much their kids are learning.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Amity Shlaes Describes How We Undervalue Parents and Teachers
"Part of your writing early on in the book, you write something that I was going to get to a little bit later, but you've hit it now on education. And it was a writing and we were talking about the teach college. And there was a part that says, the educational progressives believed that the competition among individuals in schools just as tugwell's economy was wrong. Instead, it was time to look for a model for the collector school for the new society. Families mattered less in such a model, the family was an old agricultural unit after all. And the factory mattered more, long before this trip viewing counts had argued the best models might be found abroad knew it also argued in a new mass society. Schools must promulgate social change, not respond to it. I think we've arrived there in many ways in our educational system today. Yeah, you would look at, you know, when you, I like teachers and I don't like the teacher bashing culture that comes with conservatism. Teachers have a hard job because the parents second guess them. Every second, parents have a kind of apocalyptic sense of their own child's importance, of course. He's upset. Well, you know, and then you have to do it then the parents call the head, you know, that's the way that goes. And sometimes the parents are right and sometimes they're wrong. And sometimes they're just perpetuating their family, pathology, at the expense of the teacher, by the way. Right. But yes, the family and school are really important. I believe in school too. I just believe teachers have been given the wrong incentives. And that's our fault. If you're incentive is to pay attention, we actually underpay teachers. It's just if their public schools are state can't afford to pay them more, but they are underpaid. For the value they give society. And that we've got to find a different way to pay them. Maybe in private schools, maybe through work after school, I don't know. But when you think of the responsibility a teacher has and how important they are and we actually fail to recognize parents and their contribution.
Liberty Talk FM
"both books" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"In for civil disobedience a decade ago and interest interestingly sense, but the Sarah and Hadi explain it. Yeah, I mean, it's an interesting book. It's sort of a continuation of the Bible and one of the differences between the, uh It's basically what it is. I mean, it's my understanding. I mean, horrifying book. If you as me, I don't see the forgiveness and and things that Christ. Had with. Um Mohammed was so completely different. You know, I don't know about that. There was the time when and I don't remember which battle it was or whatever. But, um, and I'm sure if there's a Muslim listening he could call in and be more specific about it. For instance, we still had Will Coley right to the infidel? You may lie to the infidel. That's okay. Didn't Mohammed come way before? Jesus. No, no came in the 600 A D. He came after, but there was a time where Mohammed and his followers were being attacked. And they, uh, the Attackers fled, and Mohammed said Do not You know, attack them back, do not retaliate against them. And so he actually did practice forgiveness assistant. He did practice forgiveness. The first things he did was to go up to Jerusalem, and he had like 900 juice in front of his Brand new wife. God killed 60,000 people in one of the books of the Bible. God himself. You say God, yeah. God has the power over life and death. Is that? Okay? Though, like to kill 60,000 people? Of course not. I mean, I hate it. So God was wrong in that particular case, then God was wrong. That's really good. You know what Jesus said. I say, How can How can I How could I ever say that God was wrong? I mean, God created everything's I've read both books. There is very little difference between the two. Yeah, of course. That's what they want. And they But if you want Sharia here Out about being what was what was the way the Christians in this country acted. Was that much different than you really are terrible. They're like people, you know. They had most of the Middle East and gradually gradually it's religion mail. And you'd like to live there, but, you know I don't know who would like to live there in who would who would like to live in the Middle East? Who would like Oh, I don't know. But you just said you'd like to live there. You weren't referring to someone specific would not. That's not what I said. But I don't speak very clearly. Okay. No worries Very well. Hey, Diane. Thanks for joining us. I don't see it as a religion. I see it as just a culture and politics. You don't see Islam as a religion. No. Have you ever met someone who practices it? Yes, quite a few. But how could you not see it as a religion? I mean, it's quite clearly a religion. They they have all kinds of beliefs, their beliefs about God, the nature of the universe and they have religious, You know, I mean, you know, they have religious acts that they perform regularly. Far more so than Christians. Islamic people pray at least five times a day, Diane. I mean, they they take time out of their day. And they turned towards Mecca. Can you Can I finish the sentence? They they take five times five times out of their day. Very specific. And, uh and they turn and they pray that's more so than any Christian I've ever seen. Well, all religions are not created equal. Well, you know, Jesus. Jesus does say that the Kingdom of God is within you, And when somebody accused him of not like interpreting the Torah correctly, he said before Abraham was I am Thank you, Diane for your call tonight. I appreciate it. I'm thinking she was a Christian. But she was most people in this country or she wasn't real clear..
Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"both books" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"Yep i think so funny because you grew is over arbel okay. We'll lavar burton takes up for jeopardy. We have to have him nerd. Seen like comic book creators. do all comic book furby cool. Here's an audio clip named this person. Boxing i can't i can't get struck down by the nurse is interesting like again. The first two were running concurrent. So it's like you almost did that. I this i two is one gave opposite. Pov that was pretty cool. Halt i guess. Every ito each book to have save about issues to what's air down one off three parter but whatever. Yeah they were different. I don't think they ever collected. This is a trade or anything now. Because i don't even on dc university to finish because again you know gerard jones. I don't say that's because he because if you go on the last issues aren't even on these universe infinite these to sell the he tainted those the over four-grand horn on the yourself thank you. Oh yeah so. We say they pretty much at the end. Everyone just kind of monkey powell's on god wasn't inaugural super you to that dog eat anymore. Joins in humans look darkest. They're human being her gross. What little dogs or those imbo you bring home moga russell. One gerard jones up. Chris handed with dateline. Nbc her himself. Sure oh my god. No kids look do is coming. Wow that just put everything in perspective. Hey but that's okay. I'm sure it won't affect green lantern at all. There's no kids who hair again like. I said they remembered it again so on the way home while home. Wally takes boots off away from me. All right so machota. What did you think. I mean i i kind of echo the sentiments of Of of lilith in. Yeah why why. Why wasn't it at three issues. But i do but i did enjoy it. I thought it was fun and very cartoony perfect to Overly brought in some crossovers to both books you know. His green lantern is as mentioned before still sorta finding themselves as a book. 'cause they're sort of being spread out over five or six different books. Feels like it sometimes and You know. I wish there was broad. And i think that they could have wrapped up in less silly way but it was still par for the course and an enjoyable read for forshe. Flip through you know matt has good point. Love your complaint about four. They could attract south to six two issues of justice league europe in this too word obviously not get enough like attention so that would've been a thing to do obviously thinking about it today at this point wasn't just as europe have like a better roster than like the american league right now green lantern flash aquaman was metamorphosed there at this point i mean actually have female representation aloe did jail lead. Last tuesday was a longtime or at the end of the run of that book burn. Nobody does other under rain. Oh i know well they you know there were some weird stuff in your to empower girls way through how jordan at a woman man crazy stuff alvin. Everyone's looking lasted twelve laurie. So anyone else have any thoughts on this as you will will wacky like a good way. Blake seventy inches into wally. We try to be a little more serious and all of a sudden kinda like revert back to lake those issues. That happened between light as twelve and like three to wherever the little wacky. Because they didn't know what to do. Oh yeah this was definitely a break for bit booth books. William looking at europe should seventeen include adjusted international team. But i really feel like the while the old green lantern these two issues of. Just you know it took a everything has been taking the whole long green lantern jones's the rider. I mean i. I'm happy to get some good old fashion. You know forward. I guess and this is a fun story. Monkeys are.
Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"both books" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"No kids who hair again like. I said they remembered it again so on the way home while house. Wally takes boots off for me. All right so machota. What did you think. I mean i. I kinda echoed the sentiments of Of of lilith in yeah white. Why why wasn't it at three issues. But i do but i did enjoy it. I thought it was fun and very cartoony. Perfect to Overly brought in some crossovers to both books. You know his green lantern as mentioned before still sorta finding themselves as a book. 'cause they're sort of being spread out over five or six different books feels like it sometimes and You know. I wish there was broad. And i think that they could have wrapped up in less silly way but it was still par for the course and an enjoyable read for forshe. Flip through you know matt has good point. Love your complaint about four. They could attract south to six two issues of justice league europe in this too word obviously not get enough like attention so that would've been a thing to do obviously thinking about it today at this point wasn't just as europe have like a better roster than like the american league right now green lantern flash aquaman was metamorphosed there at this point i mean actually have female representation aloe did jail lead. Last tuesday was a longtime or at the end of the run of that book burn. Nobody does other under rain. Oh i know well they you know there were some weird stuff in your to empower girls way through how jordan at a woman man crazy stuff alvin. Everyone's looking lasted twelve laurie. So anyone else.
Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
"both books" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
"Page. They said little. Facebook page though setup little facebook page and see what happens and see if there's some kind of appetite for us author four months i got back into Says since i last spoke to you. I have been in the newspapers on tv. I've done all of this amazing stuff. And i have to has people following when page in four months which is pretty incredible and i signed my book contracts the following week so it was pretty quick and i got introduced to you because oscar is a little bit older than my quadruplets. So you had already published the first book. The baby lead feeding. Cut book when i was like looking for resources like okay. I'm interested in learning how to do. Baby led weaning. Because i struggled a ton of spoon feeding my oldest and i had quadruplets and i was like i'm gonna do baby led weaning but there weren't a ton of resources out there so your book was like the bible to me and i absolutely love love. Loved your book and i've been using ever since i recommended all the time it's on amazon. I'm going to be sure to linked to it in the show notes. But you have a second book as well. Which is the baby-friendly family cookbook. Is there a difference between the books so both books have recipes in them forbade lead waiting for what i did with the second book was. I took all of the questions that i had received in relation to the first book things dash. I could've improved with us like having a male plan or having some sort of symbols that signified whether recipes for freezer friendly lunch fox friendly and baby led weaning friendly because they were the questions. I got asked all the time on the first book and it was the first time i don a book so it was complete learning curve for me so the second book. I made sure that all of those questions were answered. I catch a spreadsheet tonight added things to us on. I've turned below. Sea team comes to. It's why we're friends. Ilena also have terrible. Ocd but also i think in the second book. It has american recipe with right conversions. Yeah yeah that was a huge thing for me and my first book because my publisher was supposed to send the bulkin tried to get into the us and then it never happens but your book is super popular here the first book i mean it's so big you can buy it on amazon. You have to look up how to do the conversions or you waste. It's not like a huge deal. I mean i use it all the time. i didn't even realize i wanted to create staffers. The bulk of the us version would have the conversions us. But it's just never it never happens. Unfortunately i'm like. I brought at the second books thinking. If i have those conversions in there it will make it a little bit easier but my publisher took over there so i think if i if i am going to do another bulk i'd like to do with. Us code shirt about my aim. Says i'm not listening. So i lean one of the areas. That's a real sticking point for parents are sauces so we always ate feeding dry foods like dry proteins and drive. You can't feed dry foods to babies dry foods are choking hazards the more moisture. We can add. The we reduce the choking russo. Always say you'll pancakes. We got a top with a dipper or a sauce or a topper gave us some basic ideas on sauces. Because i think it's such a pain point for parents. They don't know how to make sausage because commercial sauce. Too much salt in them for babies allegedly so in terms of snacking kind of sauce. Even kinda going to breakfast. I would've done like preloaded spoons with yogurt. So that's kind of saucy. I would put in some mashed bruce mc look And you're still.
Ace and TJ
"both books" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Funny. We're going to get everybody's rundown of their weekends and y alexis is feeling like An eighty year old woman and she calls it a neck instead of a cricket or nexus. All kinds of fun hilarity. We'll be ensuing on share funding. Today you get that. We're all the podcasts. Or gotten and it. Streams live on the ace and tj app at nine eastern. Eight central So they did an online questionnaire asking people about things that are perfectly legal. That should be illegal. See if these In in if anybody on the show agrees or disagrees with these. I'm sure well you will agree or disagree with them. We're not going to see if you will. You will socks that fit an insanely wide range of feet like six to twelve. That should be illegal but is bad the size of the x. Button on pop up ads. There should be a minimum size. So it's not so hard to click. That's interesting yeah. That's a good one because when you there's nothing more frustrating few things more frustrating than not being able to find. How do i get this close. Okay and then. A lot of people said that it should be illegal for college professors. Who make you buy an eighty dollars. Textbook that they wrote. Ooh i only had one of those in college and he always had to point out. I had for two classes. You both books. Pretty pointed out that he doesn't profit from that that at our at lsu. The money went to the school. his did not to him see. I would take it a step. Further in college professors to indoctrinate kids with their marxist ideas. There's that and ideals if you want to take it very seriously that should be illegal. Something that's evidently completely legal now and acceptable by the marxist tenured professors at college Food companies being Food companies basing calorie counts around small serving sizes like rama noodles. Where one pack is to sir Like the whole thing should be a serving size. Yes the whole thing. Unless it's like a big bag of chips where you know more than person's gonna don't don't. Don't tell me the soft drink half a serving. Is this much sugar now. I gotta do a bunch of math to figure out how much drink entire can rondos is two servings what one pack is to. Its way more sodium than you thought. Isn't it now. Oh you got crane your neck. That's a really good though. I liked that people say it should be illegal Subscriptions or services that auto renew and are hard to cancel like having to go to the gym. Just to cancel your membership back. But it's more. I think where You know you've got the subscription to replacement parts on some little gadget that you bought and then it's hard to cancel it that for Tv shows was smoke detectors going off on. That was a big problem. It's really the tv shows. Have smoke detectors going off all the time. Making you think that your smoke detectors going up. It's about on tiktok taibbi funny on the radio though if we had a little sound of a of a smoke detector with the battery going down that little beep and we just kept playing in the background on the radio driving people nuts. We're listening to home. Oh my goodness wouldn't that be funny. How we act like we're not hearing driving people crazy hereby run through the house and i gotta smoke detector batteries going down. We got nine volts squares. That's funny funny. But i never noticed that being a on. Tv haven't either. You think this one would catch that low. How much sodium is in an entire package of rama noodles now. If it's broken down into two servings he's in that the big thing about rama noodles is the sodium i love. Msg rum I wanted to name my baby. Misty apparently According to this eight hundred seventy five milligrams add. Nobody can eat. Just half a pack of rama noodles and be n. Before i'm sorry. Yeah that says per one sirven. Yeah my bad. I did the same thing. You're talking about. Yeah it's eight seventy five per serving so to one thousand seven hundred sixty milligrams of sodium or eighty eight percent of your your daily allowance of soda in one one meal winder. I'm always bloated after eating roman noodles and makes so much sense now coming up on now trending with riggins things are in store for. jeff bezos. the amazon. He's quinton but you're not going to believe what he's doing next details and now training in less than ten minutes sin. Tj now sir. Be twenty four at dnv number. Jim we're next in line. Perfect jim things are going very smoothly. You remember the cell phone bill. Yes and the birth certificate nice. We'll have a real idea no time. That's right ready to fly to carla's graduation and then the big game real great work. Jim youtube jim. Excuse me are you talking to yourself. Now feed twenty five windows number ten. Excuse us talk yourself into real idea. Readiness by may third two thousand twenty three make a planet s dot gov slash. Real i d..
"both books" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"He's asked me to do a good job. He's given authority to me to be on this webinar. And i need to equip myself to give him the best information i can and one of the ways i do. That is by helping him introduce me. Well that's why it takes both of us. You've got to be willing. And i have to be willing. That's how that's how we get the job done. That's super fresh. We got another question here too. I have lunch. Let's go and look. We'll honor the. Can you draw on some of the differences in communication between men and women that we all get wrong for example interrupting or what kind of a of affirming that may placing versus affirming or not listening. Yes so i talked about this. A lot in both books because Men and women although i do think the research is shifting as our Sort of culture has seen more women in leadership but traditionally if you come from strong gender roles we do have very different communication styles so a couple of ten to get us in trouble that are good to know is that we tend to navigate meetings and listening to each other very different our body language so when a woman is listening to someone explain something she wants usually wants them to know that she understands what they're saying social shake her head she might even interrupt them to say. I know exactly what you mean. I had that same example and talk about it right so her her motivation is to let you know she understands your point and that you're communicating effectively to her. When she is in a meeting he doesn't really do a lot of body language he thinks about what is being said and if he agrees he knots and if he interrupts he's ready to change the subject so you can imagine if you have a team dynamic where you have men and women speaking and guy is explaining. Something and women are notting to say you're making sense..
What Book Hooked You?
"both books" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"I didn't have the brainpower or just the creativity to even put things on paper. So in my mind i was short my delivery timeframe of being able to turn around by two months. Luckily the editor was super. Nice inflexible. I didn't end up being that late. Actually in the delivery date but Yeah the books that are coming out. This year they were both written in quarantine while sheltering in place. I will going anywhere. I'll i really had to do. Is write this book so it. I guess you could Hopefully they'll be well received but it did affect somewhat of kind of the focus of the books now. They ended up being more like softer edged in terms of my humor though softer side of suzanne part. But i didn't. I didn't go in there thinking that but that's sort of how they turn out because i wanted them to be comfort reads that you would read it filled warm fuzzy inside the other books that i have that released lesser a little bit harder edge in the comedy and so were you essentially writing both books simultaneously like back and forth between the two. No i'm not very linear thinker and writer. So i had to just do finish the book and then start on a new project. There was one period where my adult adult editor asked if she could see a sneak peek at sort of like blue and then i panicked and i wrote some additional pages based on the sample we had sent her as so that pulled me out of the you know the young adult and i was able to pivot over in inch in right which he needed but that was a complete disruption to how my brain works it again. I think very you know beginning middle end of finish that project. Then start the new project so to kind of disrupt that and right something here in submitted -ment hop back it was. It took an adjustment so thinking about your time spent in stand up during that time because it was a good stretch of your life there are there any like tools are has that experienced help you at all at as an author whether in the writing process or in the promotion process. Has that time as a stand up helped at all in the world of author being an.
"both books" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And his motion his grandfather traveling north Going to his grandfather's community and his trap line, a place where indigenous people live off the land hunt fish. And trap and it's just the grandfather teaching the grandchild about life, life in the community life on the land and the connection between the two. The book is written by David Robertson, who is Cree and it's based on a trip that he took with his late father up until he was nine years old. He lived mostly on the land. And about three years ago, he asked me to take him up to his trap line one last time. End in over 70 years and I've never been there before, And so we went together and spend the day on the land together. And it was this homecoming. It was this feeling that we both along there together and David Robertson's book, The Little Boy and his motion. Take a motor boat down the river. See all kinds of things, Little boy says on their journey. Beaver dams, eagles flying overhead and paintings on rocks. See Blue water turned to black. That's when Muslims eyes light up. He points to a boulder by some thick trees. That's my trap line, he says. In the middle of this, clearing that surrounded by all these beautiful trees and vegetation, is is this huge black boulder? That was almost like a landmark that notified, you know, families that they had arrived to their home when they went to the trap line is this place where they set up tents, and they cover them. The spruce bows and Stay there for a few months before branching off into other trap lines in the Bush that the family would live on until the water broke when they were able to, you know, bring the crews back home. I think it's important that people recognize that It's still a way of life to a lot of indigenous people, and it's an important environment way of life. The illustrations in this book were made with pastels on paper and then digital collage. Julie fled, who was swampy Creon Red River. Maiti Illustrated the story and for me, land is always the starting point, so the landscape always sets the tone. Um, from the color systems to the feel of the book. Overall, it's always a guide for me or it has been up to this point. The land is depicted in lots of muted blues, dark greens and warm browns. Pops of bright red in a sweater or yellow socks on a clothes line. The illustrations are cozy, almost like a campfire. David Robertson and Julie fled, had worked together before and he says she was really the only illustrator he considered for on the trap line. But I was writing. I was picturing Julie's work, and it helped inform, I think The beauty of the story, and it's funny because with both books when we were alone and on the trap line initially, she said, for both books didn't have time. But I understood because she's so in the band and she's so busy. Yeah, I mean, e didn't think I could visit him and Them. You know, I read it, and, uh, It was about his dad and I needed to do it. I adore his family and dad and I thought No, this is this for his dad. I've got to put this in somehow, in a lot of ways. You know, Julie still good at what she does. I don't really have to tell her to do anything. You know, She just She just She just does. This incredible work. I don't think it's a lot of it was illustrative direction in the management for me to her. You know, I think Julie was given some references of images from That trip I took with my dad. Yeah. I mean through a lot through pictures and video and just really Really looking a lot. Whenever I'm making a book. I'm I always talk to my dad. Whenever I have a question about the land or anything that I might have it not experienced directly. He's always been there. He's been a guide and a compass and He's always so happy to share and connect on this and I've learned so much about his experiences in our family and our stories. And while I was working on this project, my dad's health was declining, but he was still able to talk. About some of his experience. And, Yeah, he passed just before it was finished. And then I think it was a week later. And David's dad, so, Yeah, it was the last story I wrote that my dad read. Actually read it to him. I'm pretty sure you saw very close to finished Art. And so it's just I'm so grateful. That he was able to read that book and see your work. He loved it. My dad was a man of few words. But when you spoke, people listened, and it meant something and I think it really meant a lot to him, too, that I did it with Julie. Because him and Julie, you know, really connected. And when they met, and my dad sometimes called, heard his little daughter to me when we're talking. Yeah, and I feel the same and so connected to his Beautiful family, and I wish we would have all come together, But maybe we did through the book. So I think there could have been a tendency for a grief to creep into the story, and it didn't Actually feel that there's a lot of beauty. It is a book. It isn't about that lost, but it's about that gift that our fathers gave us. It's a celebration of life. That honors to really incredible people. David Robertson.
"both books" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Let's move on to the correspondent's proper. This from Rosie in Portland. Please. Dude, Please read till the end. Why should I would I go back to work at a minimum wage job serving the public with a still small potential for covert risk when I don't have to, because of unemployment, would you If I was paid sufficiently providing you the public excellent service every day and considerate. I'm sure people making 150,000 can't wait to go back. You bitched about 15 an hour and you're upset. We're on on unemployment. What the hell do you want from us? Stop all caps. Now stop bashing those of us getting deserved unemployment. You're not on it. You have no idea so mind your own business. Wait. There's more sent a moment later. PS forgot this part. I'm old. Listen every day love you boys know shape up a minute after that PPS forgot this too. Until you've been in my high heels. Mind your own business. Love you boys, Rosie. That indicates it's likely a female. I I dive. I'm not sure what to make of that zone. Well, at the very least, that person is, uh, claiming to be among the crowd that would not or is not going back to work because they're getting enough from the government. NPR just had a reporter on. I heard that on the way into work. NPR had us not a reporter, but a guest from some group just laddie. It's laughable that people would pass up an opportunity to work because they're getting to much benefits. There is no data to support that, and it just runs contrary to human nature. Well that there's there's the big break between conservatives and liberals about human nature. We'll talk about that later. But the idea that it's laughable It's laughable that anybody would pass up a job if they're getting more money, the better business bureau Chamber of Commerce. So I get those two chamber of Commerce says one out of four people that are not taking jobs. It's because they're getting more money. So wow depends on which stats you're looking at. What Ernest on ish ng like break between us over here and that sort of person. How could you claim that? Have you ever spent any time with humans? I don't want to take up all your mailbag time. But I've got a lot more to say on that topic, and we could do more bonus mailbag later, But, Jeremy, right, See, I was glad to hear the C s Lewis quote. Get a little air time today you read from Screwtape proposes a toast C s Lewis and prophetic voice to other works of his. You may want to read if you haven't already here, the abolition of man and that hideous strength. I've read the abolition of man. I don't know that he is strength. Well, he says in the abolition of manual see the destruction of our school's predicted, and in that hideous strength, you'll see the one about the Hulk. No, no with it. I don't think he factors in it all in that hideous strength. You will see how in the name of gamma radiation, Okay. All right. This is one of the great thinkers of the 20th century. And you tomb or I'm sorry. I gotta work on my temper. Should watch the whole thing. At least a little. This put on the cover, you know, get millennials divide the whole community. Nothing to do with the whole cos Everyone mentions the last page. What the hell? That thing is a ribald If I may persevered boldly until the end of this sentence In that hideous strength, you will see how in the name of scientists, um Think Fauci is view of scientific dictatorship. Horrific, institutionalized tyranny will be set up. Both books or his profound is 1984 says, Jeremy. Thanks for the recommendation, Jeremy and we're hurting for time home, Michael. Kevin in Boston regarding the segment on yesterday's show, discussing retaliation against Russia First during my decade in the Navy, I specialized in air warfare and missile defense. Let me tell you Russia has way scarier s than we do. They have s that We have no defense against same with China, for that matter. Second with this knowledge, if you guys want retaliation so badly, why don't you encourage your kids to join the military? So shut up with that crap, dude. Shut up with that crap. I do not play that game where you're not allowed to a comment on these things. Unless you're currently serving in the military on the front lines out. Shut up with that argument. Yeah, yeah, That's a Bs argument, Dude, it really isn't You don't Kevin, with all due respect, and thanks for all of your e mails, any country who just sits there and let's potshots be taken at it. Will be crushed. All right. It's not being a chicken hawk to say attacks need to be answered. I think you may have lost his head or had a couple of drinks or something. So you said Biden sounded old yesterday. Elden it accurate that you are strong and Getty..
hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer
"both books" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer
"I mean that's the shit that you have to have done before you even break ground right. So what. What does that. Look like. And i think yeah. That's all of your your soil that your site assessment. That's your a lot of back office stuff which is the budget formation and understanding. How much money you're going to be into this and what you're willing to lose If it goes south on you but so all that aside we wanna talk about first year. I'm thinking i yeah. Let's assume you have a plan. Let's assume your field is okay. So to your point. Let's assume that testing is done. And maybe we'll come back another day into a zero electrolux's in i don't have to worry about that. Shit right okay. Right you are. You're your first plants are going in. And what's different about that year. It's your sides effect actor. You know absolutely zero. What's different about that year versus what happens. When you're in more of a steady state. Gotcha infocomm years yup. First thing you're probably going to do is regret that you never got around to putting your ear. Gatien system I love that number. One is recruited as regret in general. But okay regrettable so quickly what happens. Is you end up in the scenario where you think in that year's zero timeframe you you think you've done your homework but mother nature's gonna take you to school you know like. We said. No plan survives implementation. So you're going to you got to be ready to do a whole lot of pivoting and you're just get that in your head you're going to start off with what you think is going to be. The you know. I should say best The most reasonable approach given your hopefully deep deep thought about your your hop and your business operations but it's gonna change so get. Just take that to the bank. It's going to change so from a technical standpoint You put in. Plants horizons in the ground in year one. So what are how to set yourself up for success and what to expect in your one opposed to subsequent years okay. Are we back to the regret. I'm tired just thinking about it. And what can you you know what. What can you expect out of your plants in year one and maybe things to look for that again. I'm what i'm trying to get the bottom of his the the novice grower. Who's never been have been talking so much about record keeping notes and data that you use that data to make informed decisions based on the past and we've spoken so much about legacy growers who are multi generational where they they know things because they lived through these things. We're talking year one brand new grower. Maybe they've listened to all a hundred and five episodes of hop -nology. Maybe they've read both books. That are out there on hop production. That are worth their weight in salt. Both of both of them but this is their first year where they're seeing emergence. They're seeing daddy mildew they're they're seeing things are happening and in order to set that yard up on the right half going forward. What steps need to be taken in that year. One that they may not be expecting.
"both books" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"Your book. Okay, the name of the book. The first book is called the Line in the Sand song. The second book is called to The Bitter End. The second book is the sequel to the first one. So you want to start with the first one. They're both available on Amazon. Probably trying to give you the Amazon address for something. That's not the actual doesn't find it and open a link a she say u d i t h m o f f i t t and you'll see it. I think the reason that they should buy it is because if you've ever had to deal with trying to recover from something even something not something this world shattering, but just you somebody dying or an abusive situation or whatever if you've ever had an aftermath in your life and you want to see how other people cope that's part of why you might want to read it. If you just like two months meet characters that are interesting and people you want to spend some time with that's another reason to read it. The book. Both books are not dead. All serious. There's there's humor. I try to hit a lot of things in in talking about the the war that's ongoing in the second book wife wage goes on in a war and I have this great scene in there where this couple who's been separated because one is in the military and one is not end up on the same Planet together. It has both those ships are being repaired. So they had a chance to have a vacation the first vacation they've ever had since all of this started the first vacation children have ever gone on and so they're often this alien planet in a park and the kids are off hiking and this couple is a couple of happens to be trans, but that's sort of irrelevant anything. They're just having this conversation about what they want to do in the future and this that and the other and you know, like any couple that get into to getting silly and they start to tickle each other and off. Laughing and they're they're falling off the couch and their kid comes in standing there with their eyes wide open. It's a really a fun thing. So it's not all about us and tears and and high-stakes a lot of it is about hey, you know ordinary life goes on while these things are happening, right? There's a lot of that to be great. Well Judy, I love the sound of this book and I hope a lot of people are interested in I can't wait to see your second third one and talk to you more about those down. So thanks for taking some time to talk with us and we'll get going on the second half here in just a moment. Okay? Thank you for listening to discovered wordsmiths come back next week and listen to another author discuss the road. They've traveled and maybe sometime in the near future. It might be you off..
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"both books" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Draft lascivious complete back in most rescissions able to flesh out some of the seventy nine expansion draft you know some of the tower came things like the the referees linesmen page for them The media people who call games. You're talking about john sterling jay triano. I'm sure red sox fans no he called houston aeros back in the seventy s So start in year donation. Yeah we tried to get eli. Gold birmingham bolts. He politely declined. I don't know if he was necessarily he wants to go back and remember one of his first gigs. Moving away from new york down south to call. What knows why but but yeah there's a lot of great little stories like that. So i realized the big book is probably more for the competes. It's gonna all players it's going to have the game by inc nyse source down to the periods scored two goals shots on goal. Tender's things like that can have complete statistics. Game by game results. Splits so really. That's where i try to throw all stats together. Is a complete knows. Five about ninety nine percent there so a few areas where the information just. I haven't found it yet. You know people worrying about how many power play goals. The study nine bernie bulls score. But hopefully i can find that information sunday but the it was meant to be more of a lower price kind of you know everybody's not everybody shares about all the arcane says but they wanna have something that has the main she figures and that's that's where the fact that comes in. I put that out about ten years ago now and that was more meant to be slow. Obviously smaller sized smaller christ's and so for example might miss the player statistic people who the main statistics goals assists points telling yates. Let's play good enough. I i try to have the main narrative pieces in there so you buy the smaller communities have a you get you. Get the main stories of the The bigger clearly will go a little more death but you leave the choice up to the buyer our just people by by eat by both books that by a couple of Long road mobile home make great gifts but in all seriousness just extremely appreciative of all the fans. Purchase my book. Here's how many more revisions do you think you have in you. And i guess. Part of that question is what what pieces of the puzzle. Have you for whatever reasons not been able to find an and fit into the the overall box of goodness that you've created over the years there honestly. I don't know how many more visions i do them. As i see there are still some players. Statistics suggest have been resolved to my satisfaction. And i'm thinking of top my head but some some of the early seasons than than some of the latest of the mid seventy six seven statistics or still kind of contradictory. And so you know we. Some blanks simply don't have figures. I would love to somehow resolve those remaining issues and it's always been my dream to get my hands on the official game sheets. I don't know where they are. Housed or thirty even exist anymore but it would be great if i could get every single game sheet from the the. What in literally rebuild the statistics and a massive database. I think that would be something really right now. It's kind of static for them. It's in the book and have it in excel something a little more missile where it can be easy. That would be commenting dream but as far as the books are concerned onset. Don't know i. I don't have any plans. The moment But never noticed might hike rates law information and who knows but as at this very moment. I don't have any plans and i guess give me a sense of sort of the the level of satisfaction that comes out of all this because you know as we speak and record this episode in late february Where We see some of the nhl franchises Actually bunch through the the the auspices of adidas doing retro throwback remix kind of a jersey kind of takes right the the carolina hurricanes had a gorgeous look of the their former Place locale part of the wchs story with hartford formerly new england whalers nordiques I'm making a A nice Appearance in the form of the colorado avalanche. I think right There so i just really curious as to what your thoughts are on the legacy in the heritage and and where and we asked us of a lot of our guests. Where where do you think the official histories and celebrations for these teams should live right. Some of them are pretty obvious and straightforward right. I mean obviously hartford did become carolina. And frankly i talked to people who are still very big hartford whalers fans and and they can't accept the fact that carolina hundred their new ownership is making a cash grab is the way they describe it right instead of remembering the heritage because it's only relatively new that they sort of remembered that hartford but but but there are also teams that don't exist anymore like the philadelphia blazers. I mean do do were vancouver blazers. I mean it does do the flyers were or the canucks have have a a shot. A rational business in having a throwback night because for a couple of years fans of pro hockey in those cities may have gone to some of their games. Or what are you sort of see all that sort of thing or is it just kind of out there and the author and they don't really live on anywhere should eight entire say around for all seasons in almost six years so they be vario barrio demographic that now there are a lot of fans who are much younger who probably read about blazers cowboys. Who probably be interested in the leverage this sensitive with the ease of the internet and amazon bindings online they could so out of the governess like promote like like a t shirt for the old vancouver blazers but as to where they live off formal. For example to say over has sort recognition in.
"both books" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"Gary frank. Yeah yeah i thought you said gary clock which is now saying be clock clock bread anderson did work on both doomsday clock and three jokers. He was the first. I believe For both books. I see that name. Yeah but so that's kind of wrestling with this. Like i really enjoyed Three jobs i thought that three jokers was Was a tremendous It was really fun riot. Same do this was easy to read in one sitting. And i sat there in. Oh i'm not gonna put this down yet. This is good. I like what's happening here. Lot of controversy logical shit. Yeah so for those who haven't read three jobs yet. I guess just kind of go win. Remember with that kind of mentality like if if you. I guess if you've been long winning this book that you've probably already read it and you know flip won't be owned depending on obviously but if if you're more like me and you just looking for a great read this is it. Yeah it's a really fun read congratulations. You won't have the emotional baggage with all that we now. This book does pose a few few few issues now and there are some some personal things. this book that i take a little issue with take issue with with jeff johnson general. That's that can be a tongue twister. Downstairs jeff johnson general general issue with regarding no would you. How'd you say just just really the last part. Jeff johnson general johnson birt doug jones. Yeah but was his name. Oh yeah so like this this book as a whole like I had a lot of fun with it. But there are some things that i took issue with. And we'll get into that as we roll on here But one thing that people are still wondering in that is completely ambiguous and unclear. Even from dc is the state of continuity that this book is so people want to know is is three jokers is a canon.
"both books" Discussed on Suburban Folk
"Jorgensen and he was a guest back on episode twenty telling us about his book the coca cola trail and he's back with they new book. Which is the return to the coca cola trail. So i'm really excited to hear about the new towns. The new artifacts dare. I say the different landmarks that are highlighted in the book and interestingly enough our last touch base was almost exactly a year ago before twenty twenty really got underway with all of the fun things that have happened so heck any conversations i can have that highlight travel and especially domestic travel which is probably where. We're all going to be for a little while. I'm all about so larry. Thanks for taking the time to join me again today. Well we appreciate the opportunity to come back. Could you talk about travel. Had a gentleman contact just this week. Who is already planning his travel for the summary. Said we're getting back on the road and he said there's two places that you've got the work i'm have to go see so hopefully we're all going to be traveling again. My wife is a physician so she was one of the first to be able to the vaccine. Gosh i guess at this point. It was a couple of weeks ago. So i'm seeing a little bit of it moving along so hopefully everybody's getting to that point and yeah we get back to some amount of normalcy with travel of course just day to day now. Wh- i know when you and i connected before this book was already in the works. Did cove it and lockdowns mess with your timeline. Or anything like that. Too bad because By that point. I had done a lot of the travel and We had that kind of research done where i needed additional. Fortunately i was able to find people in the area that would Murdoch for me What was missing and get me some photos. I've i've throughout. Both books gotten a lot of help from historical associations museums and just people that are fans of coca cola. That families of generations of coca cola. Been a big help including both books together. As far as all of the towns in general..
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"both books" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"No would do god my wrong wrong. Talk whoa put. Both book was built hanging. I.
The Book Review
"both books" Discussed on The Book Review
"Joe klein joins us now to talk about a new book. From james comey. It's called saving justice truth. Transparency and trust. Joe thanks for being here screwed to be with you. All right joe. You don't need any introduction but for those who are not familiar with. Joey is a former writer for the new yorker former columnist for time magazine author of many many books including perhaps most famously when that did not appear with his <hes> byline primary colors <hes>. And a follow up novel running meat and this week he reviews for us at james. Comey's second book so the obvious question. I have to ask i is. How does this book differ from his previous book. Well it doesn't differ very much at all actually except for one thing. He rehearses all of the confrontations he had with donald trump in both books but in the second book he places that in the context of the need for truth and transparency in government. Which i think is a valuable thing. The book is the repetition of the first book but it's not an insignificant repetition because of the the context that he now placed it so the first book higher loyalty was kind of hybrid memoir both from his earlier days as a prosecutor in the department of justice and then for his brief period at the doj under trump but it was also kind of manifesto about justice. It feels like on the surface this new book saving justice is kind of exactly the same thing. Well yeah it is. It is the same thing and it's obviously something that cody feels very strongly about. But i think you know the important thing here is his view of justice and his view of the fbi remember he was the fbi director. Whom trump fired because he allowed the russian investigation continue which resulted after he was fired in the hiring. A bob muller as special investigator but komi has a very distinctive view of justice. And i and its ecclesiastical he sees the members of the justice department all the way down to assisted. Da's out in the country as being part of a sacred priesthood sworn to absolute honesty to complete probity to conducting the business in entirely facts based and nonpartisan manner and you can see how that might conflict with donald trump right. Does he talk about what's happened at the department of justice since his departure. He doesn't talk about that all that much except to say that it has been corrupted by trump trump spent the last four years trying to make it into a partisan weapon to go after his enemies in. Kobe is appalled by that. One of the things that you do in your review is draw the distinctions between trump's view of justice and company's point of view. Is that something that komi himself dozen. The boker was that you. He doesn't to a certain extent. But i teased it out a little bit from me. The most important thing that is kind of gone overlooked about trump if anything can be said to have been overlooked is his view of the world which came out in the second debate with joe biden where he said only low. Iq refugees showed up for their refugee hearings in other words. The smart ones absconded. Only stupid people abide by the laws. Smart people get around it. Only stupid people pay off their creditors. Smart people stiffen and that is donald trump's operating philosophy and unfortunately it seems to be the operating philosophy a lot of his followers and that stands in direct contravention of commes operating philosophy. Which is you gotta tell the truth. I don't think you could find two more temperamentally opposite. People trump and komi. But what's interesting at least in the little bit of this book that i read it seems is a slight shift in tone from the last book i mean in part it seems like he's he is trying to draw contrast he opens up the book with donald trump sort of leaning back in his chair and telling him that putin showed off to him apparently about russia having the best prostitutes in the world. And he's telling that james comey. Yeah that would not go over very well. Comas is a religious catholic and <hes>. And as i said he's religious about the notion of justice and truth. I mean he tells a story about his early days as a us district attorney where he was working a drug case and he had a government informant named vinny and it turned out that they put vinnie in the witness protection program and vinnie took the opportunity to get married. The problem is that he was also married in his former life which meant he was now a bigamist which is a crime and komi says that it was his absolute responsibility. Even though the bigamy had nothing to do with the drug case in question to tell the other side the defendant's lawyers that vinnie was a bigamist. And that shows you the degree to which komi will go in the defense of the truth almost to the point of myopia. I
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