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Walter Devron Hill Charged With Murder in Deaths of Gwinnett Brothers

Mornings on Maine Street

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Walter Devron Hill Charged With Murder in Deaths of Gwinnett Brothers

"A suspect and the Gwinnett County jail with no bond and connection to a Lawrenceville double homicide earlier this year. WD US TERROR. Brawley has details. Manta Journal Constitution reports 28 year old Walter Devran Hill was arrested and charged Wednesday in the deaths of 28 year old Darius Miles and 21 Year old Christopher Smith. The two were reportedly shot to death as they were sleeping on March 28th their mother, Tyrion. Brown told the A. J. C that investigators secured enough evidence for hills arrest about two weeks ago. Authorities later located and arrested Hill into Cap

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US life expectancy drops a year in pandemic, most since WWII

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

US life expectancy drops a year in pandemic, most since WWII

"Health officials say because of the toll of cope with nineteen life expectancy in the United States dropped a staggering one year during the first half of twenty twenty it's already known that twenty twenty was the deadliest year in U. S. history because of covert nineteen and that blacks and Hispanics were disproportionately affected and that preliminary life expectancy numbers from the U. S. centers for disease control show a full one year drop for Americans overall to the age of seventy seven point eight but for black people life expectancy dropped two point seven years to age seventy two for Hispanics the drop was one point nine years to age seventy nine point nine while white people saw a drop of just eight tenths of a year age seventy eight public health professor Dr Otis Brawley says the nation's drop in life expectancy is evidence of the mishandling of the pandemic I am Jackie Quinn

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The Blood Libel Accusation with Magda Teter

Jewish History Matters

09:53 min | 8 months ago

The Blood Libel Accusation with Magda Teter

"I'm jason leg. And i'm joined today by magden tater to talk about the history of the blood libel accusation and its continued relevance listen in for a wide ranging conversation about the history of the blood libel its origin in mediaeval europe and how it has transformed over the centuries and what it tells us about misinformation and how it spreads magdi. Tater is professor of history and the fiddler chair of judaic studies at fordham university. She's the author of numerous books. Most recently blood libel on the trail of an antisemitic. Myth which will talk about today. The blood libel is one of the long-standing false accusations against the jews. It is the myth in different variations and incarnations the jews murdered christian children and used their blood for various rituals. And it's obviously patently false but somehow people still believe it. And it has persisted. Across nearly a thousand years from medieval england to nazi anti semitism and beyond we can see the ways in which the imagery of the blood libel and it's false narrative persists even in new reconfigured forms like the conspiracy theories of cunanan as mark the these accusations across the centuries and different places and in different times became a vehicle for different anxieties about jews and about people's lives at large. And so we can see the blood libel in a certain way as a mirror of the fears that people had not just about jews but about all sorts of issues nevertheless the blood libel is not just a relic of medieval superstition. Or something like that. It's something which has changed with the times and which in many ways has piggybacked off of new technologies and new developments and this is one of magdi key arguments which is that. It's the printing press that enabled the proliferation and persistence of these false myths and disinformation which when published allowed them both to spread more widely. And also give these false accusations in air of quote unquote respectability because the existed in print in the first place and so this allows us to think deeply about the role of media technologies both image evil and early modern europe and also more recently with things like the radio. The newspaper even the internet as avenues. Not for the spread of information but rather of information. Thank you so much for listening in to this conversation. I hope that you'll check out. Magas book blood libel and also the accompanying web site the blood libel trail dot org where you can learn more about the book and also check out some really fascinating maps and other media about the anti semitic myth of the blood libel. Thanks again for listening. Hi magda welcome to the podcast. Hi jason thank you for having me. This is such an interesting topic. It's i think unfortunately very relevant to talk about bible accusations. Yes unfortunately i'm a scholar of premodern history and we always want to be relevant. But as i always said be careful what you wish for. Suddenly my book became quite rather than to although when i started. It was an academic exercise. Yeah i mean. I think that we are going to get to the question of the ways in which the historical blood libel accusation is still very relevant today but before we do that i think it might be useful for us to think kind of really brawley. What actually is the blood libel accusation manafort putting it into the context of thinking about how this is similar or different to other kinds of accusations that we see throughout history thinking about for instance the accusation of decide the accusation that jews had murder jesus and then also things like the accusation of the desecration of the host the totally kind of bizarre accusation. That jews would steal the the wafers from the church. You're right blood. Libel is one of a series of accusations against jews that emerged in the middle ages. And it's one that has relevance today decide was a theological belief and obviously accusation but became embedded as a believe and maybe then projected onto jews causing violence especially during easter. But it was so to speak a victimless crime. Every year whereas a number of other accusations emerged in the middle ages justice christianity catholicism where also solidifying certain and defining certain types of buildings and then there were also libels that emerged in moments of crisis such as epidemic. So poisoning of wells for instance. So blood libels one of the three medieval accusations. The so-called ritual merger. Acquisition are. Although i prefer to call it murder liable. But it's an accusation that emerged in twelfth century that claim that jews killed christian children to reenact the passion of jesus so that connects to the this site as it projection onto contemporary jews and reenactment that emerged in england and then in the thirteenth century it emerged in a new way on the european continent. And that's when it became blood. Libel that shoes killed christian children to obtain their blood. Although the very first accusation claimed of perhaps some other kind of form of cannibalism of eating a heart or something like that they reason why blood became so central is that this was the moment when the catholic church in the thirteenth century has affirmed the dogma of trans substantiation that is the communion wafer that was consecrated by a priest during mass turned into the actual body and blood of christ therefore blood becomes central motif in christian worship. So this is a moment where we have this both the transformation of the murder liable into blood libel of killing but the purpose of blood but also the emergence of not their occupation that you mentioned day host the secretion accusation that jews obtain steel by the consecrated wafer and then tried to stab it to obtain the blood of christ and both are connected in the sense that the blood becomes a even because jews cannot make their own consecrated way for they needed this blood of the innocent christian to be added to mater effectively making it into both the body and the blood of christ night but a accusation that jews stole the consecrated wafer then desecrated and blood flowed dot accusation kind of waned and disappeared after the reformation the blood libel and the murder liable kind of continued the life of their own. The reason for is is that they are related to deaths of children and to some perhaps victims perhaps accidentally killed drown children so it becomes a very intimate actually charge because it involves a death. Having a way for stabbed doesn't sound as unless you really believe what this way for means but accusing someone of a child. That may be found dead on sometimes. It wasn't even body that may have been somebody's child that becomes a very kind of an intimate accusation and very embodied accusation even that transformation from the murder libel that is of reenactment of the passion of christ which emerges at the moment when christians are beginning to liturgically focus on the passion of christ. So you think about jews and reenactment and all that stuff but the transformation to the blood libel shows you that this begins to be a very malleable accusation that can change depending on needs and the needs to came that connection between the new liturgy and the new theology of the blood and body of christ in the thirteenth century

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"brawley" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"brawley" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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Can trees talk

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Can trees talk

"Alexia Constantino and Katie McMahon both work at the smart lab at the University of British Columbia in Canada the smart lab is a diverse group of students who study how trees and soil are connected to the ecosystem Alexia studies how forest harvesting affects wildlife and Katie studies the way. The Food Forest Web recovers after mining, Alexia, Constantino and Katie McMahon. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you for having us. Yes thanks very much for having gone. I'm really looking forward to the show. Yeah me too, and so kids. If you have questions we would love for you to call now, or you can send an email to questions at, but why kids dot. Org let's dive right into the questions and we're GONNA. Start with some basics here and then I really WanNa. Get into later on a little bit more about tree communication, which is one of the things that this lab specializes in, but let's start with this question from Lucy. I'm from? Connecticut in I. WanNa Know House cleese quo. We had another question from a four year old in Bristol. Who wanted to know the same thing so Kadian Alexia? Which one of you wants to tackle, just the basics of how trees grow. Katie year I can take that first one so just like humans trees need food and water to grow but they get this there this food and water in quite a different way than we do. So trees and plants are really incredible in that they can actually get their food from the sunlight. So this process is called photosynthesis, and it's really amazing. The trees can take energy from the sunlight and just using water and carbon dioxide, rich, a molecule floating around in the air. They can create energy. On so far this energy that forms of sugars which contain. Carbon. and so that's how they get their main energy for Brawley, but then the water of course comes from the soil. So, they can take the water from the soil, using their roots, and they also get other nutrients and vitamins from the soil as well. We'll. Let's go a little bit deeper into that with a couple of other questions. We have because you were just talking Katie. About some of the The things that a treat needs like water, and it also needs oxygen and sunlight, so here's a question from Sienna I'm eleven use old. Alvin Davis, California and my question is do trees breathe, and if they do where they breathe from all right, and before you get to that, here are two more questions, hello, my name is Luna and I am seven years old. I live in Oregon. My question is how do you choose? Give us oxygen. Hi, my name Rayvey I'm seven years old. I'm from London, and my question is how you treat bay coke should. We also got a question from ranch lives in the United Kingdom with the same question, so talk talk to us a little bit more about oxygen and the role of oxygen for trees in how they breathe, and in how we breathe. Share so you can almost think of trees as breathing backwards from us so when we take a breath in We're? We're breathing in air and we're really were taking oxygen out of it. That's what we need to breathe. And then when we x hell outcomes, the carbon dioxide, and so trees actually kind of do this in reverse So you mentioned earlier that when they do photosynthesis, they're taking the carbon dioxide out of the air and using. Their sugars energy. but then. Whence that sugars in the tree gets used up. Then that when it uses up that carbon, it actually produces oxygen, and that is released back out into the air. For us to breathe as humans And spent I think one of the question mentioned Where does that happen in so the the The air actually goes into the trees through. little pores in the leaves. Are the needles called still matter and so that's where the air comes in when they're when the leads, the needles are doing photosynthesis. Do we call it breathing I? Mean would you say that trees breathe? You know that's an interesting question People feel strongly about whether you can apply thirty human centered words to trees. I'm sure we'll get to this later today when we're talking about these communicating whether trees could talk, or only humans can talk, and so I put this in the same category The air is going in and out of trees in there using. Using carbon from it and putting oxygen back into, it so whether you want to call that breathing. Is the the scientific words, photosynthesis and respiration I. Guess Out for debate.

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Mindfulness Your Own Business!

The Mind Body Dude

03:49 min | 2 years ago

Mindfulness Your Own Business!

"Individuals of this nation there's a lot of topics I do want to address I don't I can't address cost them by myself in particular issues dealing with equality Dan gender equality for instance and and and just anything that requires it may be a different perspective and I don't want to be the solo person coming in as from I would say a more Yang perspective I are more for a male perspective I wanna give you guys give everyone multiple views here I am and be inclusive of everyone right so with that said I want to talk about minding your business minded business is that is you know anyone who should mind the business I hey need to mind my business it wasn't mine my business so I'm in business of mining business something like that so why do we need to what's the whole purpose behind this why do you what got you listening today right I bet you're saying right why wrapping me in here I got things to do what's the big deal I ain't minding your business means alise in my world putting more the focus on yours itself and for instance I was sitting at a table and a restaurant a restaurant recently and I was listening I was working on things but I was listening to you occurs the waiter and the person the other conversation and it wasn't intentional it just at Stachel human nature you're going to hear what people talk about you know if if a crime is committed the police are usually going to interrogate all the witnesses and ask them you know did you notice anything so and I find that I'm not colleges I'm not going to get into the world of mental activity and subconscious. activity what's going on with this whole process but I do want to point out something we something we we do right so it's and certain words can kind of change in and out and so I was listening to this conversation and I didn't want to and you know when you get that feeling when you don't WanNa listen in but you but you have to anyway Brawley to the point of honesty this focus on yourself and Taichi and she gone training this is why I'm a big promoter of these exercises teach you how to bring the focus back to yourself on in the right way task putting the focus on your lower extremities putting the focus on what we call the Donton

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Which college produces the best NFL talent?

NFL Live

14:48 min | 2 years ago

Which college produces the best NFL talent?

"A special edition of N._F._l.. Live on deck today at the N._F._l.. Celebrates one hundred season just six weeks away however we are just five weeks away in college. Football Opens It one hundred fiftieth the anniversary so today welcome N._F._l.. You were combining the two worlds to answer age-old question what college produces the best n._F._l.. Talent however I'm Wendy net sand Hutus here you know what's better to be on this panel our expert notice icy expert telling me when Lewis Minute of her panter on the list not on the House for back the quarterback guru he and his brother in a lot of N._F._l.. Games James A lot and Ryan Clark. You see the L. L._S._U.. They are ills college football. L. Is Jonathan Vilma bike. He will join US shortly. He happened to win a National Championship and Oh by the way a super bowl as well coming up on N._F._l.. Live will break down position by position which college produces the best quarterback Oklahoma has the number one overall pick the last two years we have the top ten plays all the N._F._l.. Superstars when they were in college and answering big question which school produces the best all time N._F._l.. Talent we had to ask the players themselves to kick things off. We're the first pick quarterback Oklahoma Viva say Oklahoma Alabama Clemson because proven it is one atop factory the Ohio state highest in Alabama. 'cause I never lost beat out. You really can't understand it into your inside. Sadness programming is all about the you for N._F._l.. Because of Georgia in every aspect but I think L._S._U.. CRESA environment of gray competition and guys is trying to feed off of IT University of Pittsburgh. You Got Dorset. Dan Marina you got Larry. Fitzgerald was not a me show. It's about having everybody involved in working for the Sandal clumps in would cushman he's been doing. He's making people believe everything is possible for House is the best our stop it. Stop stuff well. Let's start shall we with the most players from each college currently in the N._F._l.. Alabama leads the way with V with sixty five players players followed by Ohio state in second place with fifty eight so we're going to debate these schools I in terms of who is best at producing N._F._l.. Challenge here's a tale of the tape on Alabama at Ohio state success since the two thousand draft folks tools I have had thirty one first round picks the most of any school while the Buckeyes have thirteen more total picks in the last twenty drafts but Bama's players have been slightly more successful in the league producing three more pro bowlers than Ohio St Louis Rick. Let's start with with the crimson tide. They're starting eleven if you will offense and defense current N._F._l.. Talent there's any question that these are both very impressive lineups that if Alabama can roll these teams out there right now now. I think they'd win a few games without a doubt. If you look at the offense aside outside of the ball the first thing that jumps out of these starting eleven are the two wide receivers look Julio. Jones is one of the finest athletes in the N._F._l.. For guardless of position he's in the news right now because he's about to get a new contract extension and he's really one of the he's one of the transcendent players at the position that this game the scene Amari Cooper the same way. When Amari came out of college? I remember doing his tape in thinking point honestly as far as catching one pet and run wide receiver. I hadn't seen one as good as him as him. In a long long time on the defensive side look they have fine players throughout the eleven here really that when you get to the secondary and you guys like Eddie Jackson Landon Collins I mean these guys are disband tastic players on the front dont`a hightower our multiple time superbowl winner. These are great great players right here. Make our way to Columbus shower of the to Ohio state you go to the offense side of the football. Look the first thing that jumps out without a doubt as Ezekiel Elliott because if he's not the best running back in the N._F._l.. He would be considered a top three running back in the N._F._l.. Wide Receiver Michael Thomas Really someone who was unheralded coming out of college. He's a tremendous tremendous. Pro will probably be the highest paid wide receiver in the N._F._l.. In short time then move over to the defensive side of the ball this this is where really this football team really kind of jumps off the board starting up Front Joey Bosa Cam Hayward those are two of the best defense alignment in the N._F._l.. Right now and then when you look down there at the Secondary Malcolm Dyson Dinkins Denzel Ward Marshon Lattimore doesn't let's get much better than that. All right Jonathan Vilma made his way again surly qualified to weigh in on this discussion. Look I mean there's a shortage of talent with either of these squads. It's almost ridiculous factory and a lot of ways both of these institutions but let the debate again a Ryan Clark. You can't pick L._S._U.. Just yet but when you look at this group what stands out L._S._U.'s better than both of these things we're gonNA get to that. We're supposed to be talking outlets. Let's be honest. There's amazing players. Neither one of them have a quarterback right before proven yet though little I mean why don't we always have to see something first before we can get you well Ray Richardson running back right you saw God compare that with you why time gentlemen we're GonNa play Nice Got Ninety minutes ago. You're the Glenn Difference from every other position that we're looking at okay fair enough now back to you Louis. It is a production results oriented industry. Is it not so it is fair to say seeing something. Does one believe they'll be success won't sure but I mean we're we'll see this is kind of like a combination of what they have done in college. What some of these guys have done in the pros in some of it's a little bit of projecting about what they're gonNA continue to do in the pros? That's how I'm going to expand it to that all right so at quarterback quarterback Dwayne Haskins I believe right now. There's no comparison as far as I don't care what A._J.. McCarron did it Alabama cows tape. Those Wayne has close exact Haskins is going to be a fine football player. What's going to happen to him? Really is going to be more predicated on what Washington redskins overall due to him then what he does to himself. I firmly believe that as far as these rousers overall look the wide receiver position Julio Jones Amari Cooper. Julio Jones's the standard if you go and look N._F._l.. For an offices and look in their scouting books books every team has a standard at every position that they put for scouts the suit for as far as whenever when their scouting people polio is going to be on that list for for many many teams he's about as good as it gets so skill positions at Alabama are awesome. The defensive players at Ohio State is what stands out for me as far as their front seven is concerned particularly their defensive line and their secondary Denzel Award Marshon Lattimore. You tell me a team that wouldn't take those two young men right now and startled. Let me ask you a specific question since you spend some time as an analyst watching these players at the collegiate level if you had to choose either of this group Alabama Ohio state who's players really got better or who took a bigger step forward than you anticipated when they got to the N._F._l.. Out To you to dance your last part no neither standout. They're pretty equal because watching these guys watching Jonathan Allen he played okay well Dante. I'll tell you knew who is going to be tremendous player defensive player C._J.. Moseley's same thing and then you go to the other side and you look at Joey Bosa Nick Bosa Darren like Malcolm Jenkins. I play with Malcolm Jenkins in in New Orleans knew he was going to be a study. He's Philistine but what is surprising how fast or House they defense is. I did not realize how fast defensive you think big ten you didn't big Brawley guys not so fast but these guys can move joey. Bosa also can move nick volks in Darren League. We know the Burner Malcolm J. Denzel War March. I mean that is a very very talented athletic fast fast defense. I thought I was going to jump in your rookie. I think that's a great question Wendy about as far as what teams teams have players that have gotten better pros. You look at Ohio state this look at their offense. In particular Michael. Thomas was a good wide receiver to hire Stayton. He's fantastic now. He's GonNa be highest paid wide receiver in the N._F._l.. Andrew Norwell most people wouldn't even know Andrew Norwell well what from Andrew Doorbell he right now just judge Moore Norwell can't open open some N._F._l.. Spectacular and even on the defensive side of the ball. I didn't think Marshon lattimore. I've liked Marshon Lattimore at Ohio state. I didn't love Marcet. He has taken his game to another level as well in the really own Alabama side you know how I feel about Alabama I feel nick and what he does and how he builds his program but really focus on their offense align that was just look okay and think about that question. Wendy Wendy asked how many players have gotten better how many have continued to improve Andre Smith may have his best days at Alabama. Dame's carpenter has really been good pro Brian Kelly the jury still out he could be a he's a good player. He's GonNa play already in Indianapolis D._J.. fluker was he ever ever really that guy that dominant guy no. He hasn't been Cam Robinson. Have you seen story so it's interesting because they're preventing people have been many people who've hit Alabama and said they get the best out of their players at Alabama. Maybe it's good discussion legal where people go by what teams there drafted so we look at Michael Thomas he falls into a place where he needs an accurate passer and he's one of the most accurate passers all the time also about the place you land in ashore and how they develop you ask Josh Rosen he absolutely he knows that all too well. I ten Hasselbeck. The whole point of this is to pick one of our producers here a little bit we talked. I'm going Alabama mainly change quarterbacks. Yeah I think looks great point about the offensive line at Alabama because so many of them when you look at them just in terms of body type you're like Oh my God look at those guys body type wise but like I don't know that some of those guys have come in and be like Oh and they got a whole lot better. We're obviously splitting hairs here on this ongoing Alabama Lewis Sorry Nick. Oh from a hustle change your mind or did you stick the way said one because I don't care if between Haskins hasn't played. I think he's I think he's in the saints. Stratosphere is A._J.. McCarron so I like that I liked it their offense of line one of the things that talked about how they develop those guys on the defense aside but they're fun four plus their secondary this going with them Ryan Clark you have to pick one while I was brought here for one reason in one reason only when the Knicks because everyone knew it my answers it would be and what Tim Hasselbeck has proven is. You don't need a quarterback. That's really he's GonNa be Ohio state in Alabama that don't have quarterbacks guess what we don't need a quarterback back and by the way you don't want our first off was good enough for Bill Belichick your boy to draft him as Tom Brady's heir-apparent draft. We thought they they went to L._S._U.. Because this guy has what they decided to we throwing the ball all around the field Andrew Whitworth he's played a thousand years. There's a Guy Jerry go look at the Neil hundred may has like negative two percent body fat Michael Broncos out. There aren't key. We gotta wait on them but it's are are you at the back of position. That's all we got mad. I gotTa get here all even have to work conviction when you spoke scissors. I'm sorry I just so tim. I love your twenty. Two question your toughness Whoa West I've seen because as you know what fair enough he's at Alabama alum landon dare you wait into the circus that we've created. But what do you have to say about this. Whole debate ain't Ryan got some good good good stuff going on say? I wouldn't question his toughness at all. I don't know why you questioned Ryan toughness. I saw him not got a lot of Alabama's always number one no matter Corolla tyrod. Let me ask you a serious question. You know obviously nick. Sabin is a hall of Famer one of the best ever coach this game but specifically what does he do that has allowed such historic success at the university. Steve Alabama <hes> as a coach he speaks for as a coach. He represents his players as players coach. I would say he makes all this coach. All the players are on the him as a player as a father <hes> <hes> and as a as many tried to teach us they'd be a man and a great play all at one time you know so he does it all leading. Can you please tell the people why you are now better that you have trusted your career training with the guy from L._S._U.. Hey right you agreed trying to grow been gone on gone for years

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"brawley" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"I'm jim brawley and this is bellwether and bang bang bang in today shows shish dumping now he made in welcome to this week's episode of bellwether hubs thank you for joining a i greatly greatly appreciate it 'em this podcast is on the topic of independence and the reason it's on the topic of independence this is being recorded a the first week of july which in the united states is the big independence day celebrations so idea of independence a is front and for center in the united states is a big vacation week a and there's a lot of really fun good stuff and we get the celebrate america and life is wonderful but a i want it covered the idea of independence because i have a little bit of a different spin on it 'em now is really stuck on the word independence and i was thinking about what it was what i was gonna talk about this week and a independence kept coming out independence kept coming up and i don't like to get into politics i don't like to get into religion a on this on this podcast 'em in most of the time when you think about pendants independence at least in the united states you you automatically go like geopolitical developments in and national freedom and screw you britain we went and did her own thing in this nation state level of discussion or or you're talking about the celebration and it's all about fireworks in america and beer and hotdogs and beach chin and all that stuff so i didn't really wanna go there 'em so i'm not but but i still wanna talk about independence because i want something these podcasts lift beyond just the individual week that they are reported in a and i wanted something the transcendent and and i i was reflecting a little bit on one of the biggest things i learned when i went out a on business up for myself an end so i sort of think about independence individually and and yes we have the freedom in this country to do whatever it is we wanna do and that's nice but one of the great breakthroughs that i had as a business owner and one that i really wish i had years ago when i was working in corporate was that there really are no rules and you know my career i spent almost two decades 'em incorporate most of them in the financial industry which is loaded with lawyers and compliance and regulations highly regulated industry and blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah when i went out on my own into the coaching industry understanding the fact that i had no rules was literally one of the hardest things that i could get my head around and one of my biggest challenges as an entrepreneur getting my head around the fact that they're literally were no rules i could put i would ever i want it to from my business now whether or not people buy it is something different but i could do whatever it is only put whatever i want on my website i could i could do a podcast it doesn't matter what i say i could say whatever want that idea of no rules of true independence is exciting it's fun but it's also very frightening and when you think about what it is for us individually is you know and now you've got this untamed direction direction that you can go into there is this plethora of possibility a when we think about the choices that were able to make an and i really wanna drive that home this week is that we put a lot of rules on are selves and when you think back to not give a history lesson but in the in the seventeen hundreds when the uss was a saying by by the britain they've they affectively looked at britain and said you know what your rules were not working for us the rules you're giving us and what you're taking from is not working for us an and i hear that all the time in corporate all the frustrations that people give me a corporate are generally around my my first question is why are you doing that or why is that a thing for why is that a rule and why is this a challenge and other times it's just you know people just don't stop to think about it and say well it's just the way that it's done and you say the way things done like come on right and and when i think back to my personal career in corporate the decisions i made made from my career a were generally based on assumptions that i had and they were often the wrong assumptions i often in challenge myself i never challenge myself a enough to challenge the status quo and if there is something i wasn't working from me i suck it up i swallow it i go back i'd be pissed off at work and i would just go clang clang clang at the keyboard and it was it wasn't beneficial for me it wasn't beneficial for the people i was working with and wasn't but beneficial for the people i worked for a my career would have turned out very differently if i recognize that there really were no rules and when i start to articulate what it is that i wanted to do that's when things started to change from me and when i stopped taking out these rules saying you want me in here what nine o'clock in the morning after stay here till seven o'clock at night just because even if i don't have work right i'm not doing that an icy people all the time has come in early the have the state late they they could literally leave they have nothing else do but they're just being told that the sitting there seat a and then you're a grown ass individual why are you doing this in a lot of people could fundamentally changed their their work life balance the way they approach work and they could do more interesting work if they start to think about you know what this isn't working for me it's also not working for the people around me what assumptions by making then i could challenge what assumptions are just done because this is the way it is this is the culture that's being driven at my office okay we're living in a world of assumptions are brain does it to be efficient right we just assume and that's great and and the cost of officiency though the costs of the purpose of officiency is that we lose the ability or we sacrificed the ability to think creatively and when we make these assumptions and and you know the the power of a crowd in everyone just starts doing the same thing and we go through this day in the recor keeps going and going around and it's just the way the things operate we we don't stop and scratch the record and say hey a we need to check on this assumption and say is this really the best way we can operate which is why people spend so much money bringing coaches coaches come in and say why are you doing that i go through an exercise with my clients a almost all my clients i just have them do this just because it was really impactful from me there's this guy 'em his name is richard boy access doctor richard boy at says he doesn't know the he has fans i'm super fan boy of his work i love a everything that that richard buyouts does and he's got he's a professor at case western university a i think 'em and he's got he spoke at some coaching common says i've been to and and i sat through one of his online courses and he he does a lot on basically organizational psychology behavioral change a any does a lot of these don't like fifty years of research on that so so the guy smart a he knows what he's talking about an and he has this exercise i'll put a link up to the course era page a free course you take it lets you wanna pay for whatever the certificate says that you actually sat through it 'em but he he talks about the three people that that we we have for us it's one the person we are to the person they that you want to be an three the person you ought to be any often talks about this in the context text of leadership you know who is the leader that you want to be who is the leader that you ought to be an end neck and going very many different directions and i always have my clients articulate those three people who are you today who do you want to be in the future and then who is the person that you feel you ought to be in generally almost always ninety nine point nine percent of the time a d answer is a very different and if they're not different i make them do it again because they haven't worked hard enough and the purpose of exercises to identify the gaps of where we are today and where we want to be ending joining analysis of the gap we find these assumptions were rules that are preventing us from getting to where it it is that we wanna go you know whatever that next level is that's that's are challenge and when we know what those those assumptions or those rules are then we could just attack them and break them down and say this doesn't work for me 'em an all oftentimes a lot of these assumptions that we have that prevents us from getting to the person and we wanna be the leader we wanna be v employee we wanna be these success that we wanna be or that we see for ourselves is that there are certain aspects of driven by are life that that are saying no no no no you can't do this yet you ought to be this or you ought to be this an often times that doesn't align with who it is that we actually wanna be an understanding the ought to be versus wants to be a is a very important developmental step in terms of saying look if i wanna put out my path what's my runway to say where am i gonna go and i wanna see where you know what turns i'm gonna make this is my personal gps this is my northstar you have to be all the time that are pulling you off the highway and when we figure out what it is that doesn't work for you and that's impacting your ability to get where you are to be truly independent to be able to make these choices that's the great part of independence is you get to make your choices and understanding what's impacting those choices is is fundamental to to making the right choice and so independence this week a for me is just a nice reminder on the fact that we are able to make choices and there are plenty of assumptions out there though we are making in this is driven into us from childhood 'em and no matter this this is something as simple as i don't like my job to even things more severe in terms of negative relationships and other things that are are far more serious an end we have the challenge today assumptions that we have on saying i can't do this because of acts really the question is how come a an is that really the the the the true reason why you're you're doing what you're doing a or is there anything else you could do and there's a book 'em i'll recommend this book this week this is how by accustomed boroughs 'em it's really effectively self help book he's gotten amazing story but it's written in a very casual way 'em on this topic of choice that we have choices we make a an end weaken always each day then you wake up you have choices and you can make fundamental changes if you really want and and to make that and what do you willing to sacrifice for those changes so when you think back 'em based on the history lesson back in the seventeen hundreds america toll britain this doesn't work for us and they made a choice right now you may not need full revolution a but the questions you can ask yourself are what's not working for you when you think of you're goals your ideals your challenges was impacting your ability to get their oftentimes it's it's assumptions on who you ought to be were arbitrary rules that don't really apply to you or assumptions that you have on on what you're fully capable off we have assumptions on yes i could do that are no i can't and won't even going to blow that up that's the big reflects over the weekend most of us have four days a and if you're listening to this after the fourth you could take you know just a couple of hours 'em were just a few minutes pause reflect and say what is it that you want to be how how come true independence by coming any choice that i wanted to make how could that support what it is then i wanna be and it's time extremely well spent for you and a lotta times it's it's just a matter of that reflection it's simple it's easy so that's my quick a quick hit this week it's on independence i hope this was helpful as always come visit a come visit me on bellwether hub dot com an a i'm i'm working on some pretty cool and exciting stuff and it's it's a that's good time.

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"brawley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on KTOK

"Ever survive to wanna Brawley for those too young to remember nineteen eighty-seven Brawley than fifteen was discovered wrapped in a garbage bag smear with human waste and racist. Epithets written in charcoal. She claimed she had been gang raped in the woods and upstate New York by six white men, including then duchess county prosecutor Stephen Pagonis who's called into this program from time to time over the years. Sharpton was brawley's greatest supporter even as it was revealed. She made the whole thing up, even as she and he were ordered to pay restitution to begonias whose life and reputation were ruined was an order both. Of course, tried to shrink sharpens fee was eventually paid by supporters the eighties and nineties New York when race relations were dismal at best dangerous at worse outstripped and sought to instigate and agitate rather than calm, even as he later became a buffoon. One of those only in New York characters with his boo font and his medallion. Wearing athletic suits, even as he was morbidly obese out Charlotte tend to Ed Koch. He indefatigably reinvented himself. He dropped the white bought a briefcase. He wrote a book ran for president aligned himself with the Dalai Lama. We knew as he surely did that it was still a big con game and entertaining sideshow. And really it's still is who in today's America finds how Sharpton politically and racially relevant who can recall the last thing, I did for someone not named Al Sharpton. On Friday every candidate from Kamala Harris to Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders while nonetheless kissed the ring as Baidoa Rourke did on Wednesday afternoon. Beta pulled a cynical one hundred degree one hundred eighty degree turn on his former opposition reparations. In.

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"brawley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The milk delivery, Brawley our members. So you had a little you had a little box, right? Yeah. The milkman didn't use the box. He just came into the human the house. I'd be laying there on the floor watching TV and the milkman will walk by bought milk. They had in two and a half gallons with a poor. I remember those. Gallons a week or so the mailbox would hold four half gallon bottles of milk. But he or sixteen gallons he gave up because you know, because then they started bringing other stuff. So he just would come in the house. Now, do you share a birthday with any of your brothers and sisters? I do not share birthday with President Obama. The you really had Jeff Gordon August eighth August fourth. Thanks for remembering. And don't forget, no wonder you my gift is always laid off forget, Vince, Jeff, Gordon, Vince, Vince, welches the Queen Mum August four this is not a Queen. Mum. I said the Queen Mum. I did. No ceo. Vince was the Queen Molly. She she's died cheese gone onto God. This is true. Yeah. Back to the birthday thing in the done family, two kids shared a birthday in another two. Kids shared a birthday. I thought that was really unusual. I bet they weren't the same. But as out of Medina's, they switched good Catholic. Let's just say all right. He was born on the sixteenth. He was born the fifth. He's just kidding. No. You're really born on the same day. I am not kidding. And joins us on the program. Hi in. Oh, hi, I'm. I have a question yourself. Oh, well, thank you very much. Okay. That's really cold day a couple weeks ago. The heat went down to sixty two in the house. We called the furnace guy said I can't fix it. You need to go to Hawaii person. Two of my breakers had melted. The circuit breaker paying all you know. All right. So you don't have you don't have gas heat. You're on a heat pump Riyan electric. Yeah. Okay. Oh, me I need to get a whole new panel questions. Number one. A friend told me you've gotta get certified or something. To do it to have somebody do it. And do you know anybody that does that kind of work being electricity in and I would always get second opinion of somebody told you had to replace panel. Probably what would pardon me, ma'am, who who told you you needed to replace the panel. The electricity the electricity. Did okay. I would get a second opinion from another electrician, and we can give you some names of different ones for you to call..

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"brawley" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Greetings, welcome back, folks. Rush Limbaugh open line Friday, always thought. Kamala Harris, his name was pronounced come up. But I'm hearing a bunch of people on TV today pronounce a Camelot or Kamla. And so I I am confused. So I'm up to start pronouncing it both ways now anyway that how she pronounces her name is not the story this this is instructive to this is hilarious. You want to look at this in the proper light. Kamala Harris who came out and just defended small lent and raked America over the colts, classic example. And then after that she came out in support of reparations. Okay. So what does she do yesterday? Nobody in the drive by media seem to note, the irony of Kamala Harris having lunch at Sylvia's in Harlem with the father of all racist hate crime hawks is the Reverend Sharpton. She's up there kissing. The ring you remembered that what's her name? Caroline kennedy? The same thing when they when they talked her into running for office. She went up there, and she made the classic mistake of actually eating when the cameras were on. And she's not a good looking eater. She choose where their mouth open and crumbs of food flying out there while she was talking to Reverend Sharpton, Reverend Sharpton wasn't eating anything because he knows at least when the cameras are on don't eat, and whatever you do don't swallow. Caroline, just chomping away and crumbs and stuff flying all over the place. So Kamala Harris pops up there, it's time to kiss the ring of the granddaddy of all racist hate crime. Hawks is the Reverend Sharpton fresh off to wanna I'm Brawley. In the media doesn't catch the irony of this. She's just raked everybody over the coals because of small lead. She defended smollet, and she's up there, and is what is even a lunch. It was a twenty minute follow up with the Reverend Sharpton and a mob of reporters as she is leaving peppered her with questions about what she thought of small that's arrest. But there wasn't one question about what was she doing kissing? The ring of the most notorious racist hate crime folks are. I can't help. But laugh at this. Some people don't find it funny, of course. But I do anyway, I don't I don't think that Kamla Kamala Camelot would I don't think she has the ability to think on her feet much. I've I've noted this long before today and long before any of these incidents. She refused to answer any questions from the assembled drive bys who are there, of course, to kiss her ring and to make her look great and promote her she wouldn't even answer any of their questions. Instead, she just acted like she is beautiful. Which is how she handles everything. Do you think she's beautiful Kamala? Harris you beautiful. Kinda rather ask other women those questions.

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"brawley" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Freshman freshman press fresh person from California. Hetero owner had in the ring. And Chris Cuomo is in a bit of hot water for a tweet that he re tweeted the tweet suggested that maybe just maybe calmly Harris might not be eligible to run for president. And because of her parents and Cuomo said, let's have an intelligent discussion about this. Let's not engage in hyperbole, and that in the minds of some people were suggesting that even Cuomo has suspicion. So he was accused of. Racism. Move over plastic straws, California may ban paper receipts next. Reverend Al sharp, and he won't apologize for falsely accusing a man of raping Tawana. Brawley is criticizing President Trump for his soul quote unquote secret visit to the K monument. You know, when Sharpton was asked if he's gonna apologize for falsely accusing a man of raping one abroad, he said once you start apologizing you never stop apologizing. But Trump is criticized for not apologizing. I digress. Fox News anchor Bret Baier is car flipped during a Montana vacation. He apparently is okay. His family was briefly hospitalized. But I. Yet. Another day of shutdowns Chuck Schumer says look we're not going to negotiate anything until the government is reopened. You see if we negotiate when the government's closed that would give Donald Trump the impression that all he has to do with shut down the government. And we're going to be doing this forever. Says Chuck Schumer if he opens up the government will discuss whatever he offers, but hostage takings should not work. It's very hard to negotiate when a gun is healthier head. Now. Stay with me. Hear what Chuck Schumer is saying is we are not going to reopen the government because are not doing it will serve as a wait for it deterrent against future bad conduct. But having wall to deter people from entering the country illegally. A writer named John Heilmann irregular. Guest on the morning Joe show. He co wrote the book called game change talked about the race in two thousand eight the book that said that when Bill Clinton approach Ted Kennedy to get Kennedy's endorsement for Hillary in two thousand eight he told Ted Kennedy few years ago. This guy would have been getting us coffee, referring to Obama and Kennedy was furious thought it was a racist statement. Anyway, John Hayman is the co author of that book, and he argues that Donald Trump has made a huge strategic blunder by shutting down the government. He made the the fundamental mistake there, Mika obviously, I mean, you thought that is one of these things that does not look bad only in retrospect, it was one of those moments where in real time when you saw it happen. You said my God what a huge strategic blunder. This is when Trump said in the Oval Office. Shut down the government. I'll be proud to it. I own it. And you saw Chuck Schumer. He not have been happier. Like, I can't believe this guy is saying he's going to own this shutdown because the whole point behind this shutdown is to blame the other person for causing the shutdown. Does the president not recognized that the last thing though, there's a whole history of shutdowns down the last thing you wanna do is own a shutdown. But instead he didn't just own it. He owned it lock stock and barrel. Raptors our arms around it. And gave it a big giant bear hug, and I'd say, no, an another element of this has been his he he cleared the president while the base of everything we know clear. Now, I I wanna make this point one more time in case Nancy Pelosi's listening because I know she she does. Two thousand. Eight bomber runs. What was one of his signature campaign promises? Healthcare. Wasn't called ObamaCare at the time. But. And the only distinction between Hillary and Obama on the issue of care is that she wanted a healthcare plan that had mandates did not. And he famously said, hey, I could mandate an end homelessness by mandating. Everybody have a house. Ha ha ha ha ha. And then once he got he realized he wasn't going to be able to raise enough money unless he force people to enroll in healthcare at higher prices than the other wise would pay. But that was one of his signature campaign promises. Now, let's remember required sixty votes in the Senate. And they had sixty votes at the time. Ted Kennedy drops did you see this now open big campaign for a replacement and shockingly a Republican took that seat and one of the big issues was ObamaCare. Even though Romney care had already been passed in Massachusetts, the people of Massachusetts start. A federal Omni care was too far. And the democrat was defeated shockingly and sent shockwaves throughout the Democratic Party just for grand go back and look at some of the YouTube video of the day the night that Scott Brown won that seat. The so called Ted Kennedy seat. At that point Bill Clinton's chief of staff Rahm Emanuel. The current governor of Chicago said okay, forget it. Let's dramatically cut the plan down. Let's not go the way we're going to go big and Nancy Pelosi bucked, Obama up and said, you stand your ground. We can get this done. Do not play small ball, go big or go home. She told him. Now. Donald trump. It's one of his signature campaign promises was to build the wall. When he and his party were in control of both the house and the Senate didn't get done should have gotten done. Didn't get done. And now have been forty more. New Democrats added it to the house. He's leverage is considerably less than it was when the Democrats control the house. How is a wall ever going to get built now when he has less support from it for now than he did when the when the Republicans were in control of the house. The only leverage he has is this shutdown. He loses at. He agrees to reopen the government temporarily while they negotiate what is going to be the incentive on the part of the Democrats to negotiate now that leverage have been taken away. Ultimately, do the American people believe that we need more security on the border. Yes. Ultimately deal Americans care, whether it's called a wall or fencing or whatever you call it along. Succeeds in forty people from coming over the country illegal border crossings, nothing don't care. Do Americans care about the promise that Trump made that Mexico will pay for it. No, Democrats never believed that most Republicans didn't care whether or not it was paid for by Mexico's long long as it gets built. So is it irrational for a president who campaign on border security to want border security? He's a rational for president who uses pretty much the same rhetoric as which used by Democrats like Obama, and Harry Reid. And Bill Clinton. And Diane Feinstein, and now the very same word to being called racist to the point now where the wall is called an immorality close, quote, which of course, suggests as many people have suggested that we should take down all the rest of the fencing and walls, we have right now since after all a wall is an immorality, I presume we have lots of examples of immorality right now on our southern border. So is it really that your rational for the president to do a campaign promise that was important to him getting elected a campaign promise that also makes sense for the security of the country. Is it or is it not true? Columnists like George Boras from Harvard say that illegal immigration, unskilled illegal immigration, Britain's jobs and puts downward pressure on their wages is it or is it not true that Kereta Scott King in nineteen Ninety-one wrote a letter to Harry Reid to to Orrin Hatch who at the time was considering watering down sanctions against employers who knowingly hire illegal aliens, and she said if you were to do that going to get more illegal immigration, and that takes away jobs from blacks and Browns and puts pressure on their wages. I didn't say it. She did. And it is is unreasonable for the president to assume in a four trillion dollar budget. Maybe just maybe five billion dollars is somewhere in always asking for his five billion dollars to start. He's already compromised the wall, I understand cost twenty five billion. He only wants five billion. And here you are saying he won't compromise. He's also stopped using the term wall. And yet he won't compromise. So I think the American people recognize that this is political..

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Iggy Azalea disses Bhad Bhabie after their drink-throwing spat at L.A. nightclub: This is 'too preschool for me'

Jared and Katie

04:31 min | 3 years ago

Iggy Azalea disses Bhad Bhabie after their drink-throwing spat at L.A. nightclub: This is 'too preschool for me'

"Name is Danielle bre goalie, Danielle Brawley. But now everyone knows her as the cash me outside girl. Never gets old. No, it doesn't. But now catch me outside girl refers to herself as bad baby. Be H A D B H A B eaten boy. Like, the youngest female rapper to ever be certified gold. We had for one of her singles something like that. And it wasn't half bad. Yes. She's actually if you didn't know she's a Kashmir like oh this girl. She really wasn't bad youngest female rapper the horrible. Encouraging because it gives me fantastic stories like this for Hollywood news bad baby, aka cash me outside aka Daniel, Brig Ali has beef with your girl. Iggy azalea if you better not how she does it all started. When Iggy azalea started talking smack on social media about anyone who would go to bad baby shows. Right. Okay. Bad baby cash me outside girl was like what why? So then she goes back onto social media claps back at her and goes, oh, you should go to my sold out show. Just you can remember what it feels like. Outside girl is selling out her show, apparently what size venue like fifty people. I don't know. But a pair of big enough for Iggy azalea to comment on it. I think she has like a multi-million multimillion of people. I'm not saying, right? Millions of people. Millions of people on Instagram YouTube. I mean, shockingly she's blown up. How about a well anyway. That's a quality Byrne. That's a that's a good. That's good. So now TMZ reporting that bad baby, aka cash me outside girl. Saw Iggy azalea out at a club and just burning her on social media wasn't enough. Iggy azalea standing in this club called boulevard three in Hollywood. Catching outside girl. Who's fifteen by the way. She's only fifteen fifteen years, Dr Phil. That's right. So she is fifteen so she took a drink. I'm assuming it was water because you know, she's on her way. Alcohol took the drink and threw it on. Iggy azalea in. Best. Elliott just stood there. I mean, if you think about it a fifteen year old girl throwing a drink on twenty eight year old Iggy azalea. Took the high road and just kind of ignored her while the rest of her squad or whoever was first. So the cash me outside she's like a millionaire. Yes, probably. I think she gets paid like ten thousand twenty thousand dollars to show pet clubs. She's fifteen and then in the video that TMZ, of course, TMZ gets it because people mmediately pull out their phone egg is or I'm sorry after Kashmir outside girl through the drink on. Iggy azalea cash me outside girl jumps on the back of her bodyguard. And he takes her out of the club interesting. Anyway, I there's two pocket biggie. Now, there's catch me outside girl. And now, I don't like that. Iggy azalea was blasting her 'cause a lot of rappers have gone. Iggy azalea that you're not a rapper. She's why Mostra she's fake and all that. So why would she go after this girl who's I mean, I get it? But you would think if you've been the victim they use the word loosely raped people bashing you say, you're not a real rapper. Somebody else say they're not a real rapper. I dunno stupid. Seems very tit for tat. I think there's an excuse for this girl the way she acted on Dr Phil oh my gosh. That was the worst. I've ever seen a daughter act. She was on Dr Phil because her mom couldn't control her. Right. I mean, she was staying out all hours of the night. She was back talking. I mean, just no respect at all for her parents or adult for any adult, and she was twelve at thirteen at the time twelve or thirteen and the reason she said. There are some women in the audience. She was talking that started laughing because there's outrage right? You're going to Dr Phil you'll see some outrageous. And she's like, oh, you think it's funny. You think is funny and she's like Kashmir outside. How about that? Dr. Right. Fight fight. And Dr excuse me. Cashmere outside. Huge.

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Backstreet Boys concert canceled in Oklahoma after storm injures 14

KC O'Dea Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Backstreet Boys concert canceled in Oklahoma after storm injures 14

"Did you hear about this in oak Oklahoma The Backstreet boys are back together and their. Touring so they were set to play in, Oklahoma the Windstar world casino and. Resort and let's just say the, fans the fans are very. Excited Very excited the so excited. That when a major storm was, bearing down on the resort And on talking eighty mile an hour, winds just really really really nasty stop the resort announced that the concert had been canceled but, with one hundred and fifty. A hard backstreet boys fan standing outside waiting to get in they didn't care They were going to. Wait it out and as a result? Fourteen people were hospitalized after. The entrance collapsed at the resort that was, to host? The, show so they knew the show was going, to happen, but they didn't? Care they needed their backstreet boys fix why, didn't you, guys, heed warnings, Ross you know you're out there you just ready for. How we AJ Brian Nick in yeah I remember the other one and they're usually you know, where are they Got four more, now it, got right there I did work for a. Long time serving what a, huge backstreet boys van is the other one Timberlake Justin. Or whatever that that's an sink completely different I. Thought it was the one with the temperature one ninety eight degrees Yes or no no the ones that do. Dream on what's that Okay? You lost me. In? That window no okay? Well who are the. They're all black right who are those guys, there was some? Boys. And there were some men boys to men Proving exactly how, much? Knowledge Ross has about? This which is an uncomfortable amount if you really think about it Lots of lots so anyway don't they tell you to leave because the building's, going to collapse in you're still a giant backstreet boys fan Heed the. Warning or won't end well for you They do say they'll. Postpone it but we'll reschedule at a later date so fear not that'll happen

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"brawley" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to the big conversation here on unbelievable with me just in brawley big conversation is a series of shows exploring faith science philosophy and what it means to be human in association with the templeton religion trust today our conversation topic is the psychology of belief and do we need to make sense of life well the big conversation partners i'm sitting down with today are jordan peterson and susan blackmore jordan peterson is a professor of psychology at the university of toronto and author of the new book twelve rules for life an antidote to chaos jordan rose to prominence in two thousand sixteen when his stance on free speech in the threat of legal action for refusing to use transgender pronouns created a media storm but since then many new people have discovered his academic work including a very popular lecture series on these psychology and wisdom of ancient bible stories and his new book twelve rules for life distills much of the wisdom into a guide to leading a meaningful life our other guest is susan blackmore she's a psychologist lecturer and author of books on consciousness and evelyn recycle g including the mean machine and seeing myself the new science of out of body experiences and she vis many forms of religion is fundamentally negative for human flourishing she's written for instance that religions aren't example par excellence of me complex is that use wicked tricks to ensure their own survival will today we'll be looking at the psychological roots of faith beliefs can we make our own rules for life or are we subject to some higher level of meaning and are even atheist fundamentally religious deep down i'm really looking forward to today's conversation so susan jordan welcome to the program thanks have justin i will start with you jordan your hard man to categorize in many ways your work actually attracts attention from both believers and number levers many of whom say that you've actually made them consider reconsider their views about religion especially many theus heard on who said you'll work opens up things in a new way do you tend to describe yourself as a religious man tool are we differently describe myself as a religious man yeah i think that's fundamentally true to the devil's in the detail what does that mean exactly i've seen you've been asked the question do you believe in god and that's not question you necessarily find it fairly easy to on i don't know what people mean when they say believe it sits as if that question explains it self when it's ass it's like doesn't what you mean by believe what do you mean by god in what makes you think that the question that i'm answering is the same one that you're asking this is not something that you can say yes or no to in any straightforward manner so i find it an offputting question and and i don't think it's because i'm voiding the issue i think that to answer it properly requires books and lectures and so do you see yourself at least in the critics christian tradition as far as your spe world there's no doubt about that because i'm a westerner there's there's no scape from that i'm conditioned in every cell from as a consequence of the judeo christian worldview and so i i've read a fair bit in other religious traditions and have a reasonable grasp on some of them i would say not trying to overestimate my knowledge but we're saturated in judea christian ethics and so i've seen you say that you certainly live your life as though god exists yes i would say well to the best of my ability right yeah and i think that that's the fundamental hallmark of belief is what it's how you act what you say about what you think you think what do you know about what you think seriously i mean we would need a psychology and anthropology sociology any of this near the humanities if if our thoughts were transparent to ourselves they're not in the least and you've been in.

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"brawley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"In reality it wasn't that big at all you know so another all kinds of different people start drinking yes and then i started drinking did not drink in high school okay so yet when you're drinking if you have the 'isms that we have all of a sudden you're confident right you're not overthinking suddenly i was hilarious and probably everyone wanted to hang out with me but only when i was drinking sure knows started in the correct place brawley while you were yeah those beautiful you know what it was the hair the beautiful hair that i used to have it just distracted from the nose probably when i was drinking also ganic blue eyes that are beautiful and you're like fuck it man i got these rockets yeah say something that's gonna make you so uncomfortable but as soon as i walked in i was like she is so pretty that's related you that's very nice particularly the is though like even if i watch your tv show the mic i'm like ha ha what things like they're my brother has similar is in that it looks like they are lit from behind yeah they're blasting blue light out that's nice thank you i appreciate that heather is your ambassador i imagined to like nightlife and all that we also we lived in hooking up and stuff as well together sure no yet but we also lived in this kind of a dorm and it was it was right across it had a lot of football players in it and it was right across the street from a fraternity and we just became friends with all of these guys not a women too but college especially at that age like women are not still not very nice to each other so we had more guy friends than women friends and we had no interest in being in a sorority so it's fair to say that you've always seemed to have gotten along really well guys really easily at true yeah.

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"brawley" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"The first indication to mind because i didn't want to lose another male student friend that i had another boyfriend that i had it was think of so you know sorry while and the attorney is like they're still considering suing her and then he went on to say it doesn't that replace that which the boys lost but he's happy you know it sends a powerful message yeah it sends powerful message all right now these guys are done right i mean for sure it doesn't replace what they laws you know the kicked off the team we don't know their names in possible they didn't but i doubt it yeah i mean they're lucky to be on that campus it's part of the it's part of the mindset now we just believe automatically we believe the woman if somebody cries rape you just believe him automatically right no matter what exactly matter what and it's it's i mean there's been how many instances have we seen and talked about from the duke thing to to one a brawley to to all of these things that just weren't true i mean there's a lot there's there's a few there's there's enough to be able to say look we need to take them seriously blow we'd only have to lead him in the end of the world to ruin nobody is held accountable rowing right shameful really bad i mean at least shoes at least being held accountable by some measure going to prison and serving probation i don't know if these guys.

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Ex-teammate Mark Teixeira 'not surprised' by suspension of Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano

Under The Hood

01:37 min | 3 years ago

Ex-teammate Mark Teixeira 'not surprised' by suspension of Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano

"Espn radio sportscenter steve lennox in response to the supreme court decision this week on sports wagering the nc double a board of governors suspended its championship policy to sports wagering decision will allow nc double a championship events to occur in states that offer sports wagering move is deemed as temporary board may consider more permanent revisions of its championship host policy regarding sports wagering during future meeting stanley cup playoffs first period in dc lightning and capitals all tied up at one and one dmitri orlov the gulf war washington brayden point with tampa bay's goal his seventh of the playoffs at time the game up at one in one washington to one in the series trying to become the first team to win on home ice espn baseball analyst mark to share appeared on the michael kay show on ninety point seven espn york today topic of robinson casinos eighty game suspension was brought up now when you say you're not surprised did you suspect it with him i mean brawley but yeah i'm just not surprised but i don't really want to go much further but i think a lot of people are kind of saying the same thing cash cut the other catch you a couple of days ago but yeah i'm not surprised league handed down connote suspension pd's on tuesday canot into share played five seasons together with the yankees orioles and red sox opening up a series tonight at fenway park fifth inning red sox up two nothing on jd jd martinez two run home run martinez thirteenth down.

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"brawley" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Vet any of these like i've had some companies on the show and when i start researching them like some of these ico companies i'm i'm a little skeptical of the technical quality of what they're building i do think it's useful to get a snapshot into the time that we live in where companies with not very well developed technology can raise tons of money or at least they could raise tons of money for five months ago and sometimes i wonder like maybe i shouldn't have even had these kinds of companies on on the show in in the first place though i how thoroughly do you try to vet the projects before you accept them as guests yeah well i mean first of all we don't have to knowledge nor the time to do some sort of deep technical vetting or look at kobe's or anything like that of course we do look at let's say read white papers like okay so here and does it make sense or maybe look at some how what stage are they in in particular when it comes to projects doing ice ios what we tried to do is unless they have a track record or it's extremely original idea or the team has done very interesting things in the past or something like that that makes it really stand out no sort of all default answer today's well let's do the episode once you guys have launched your product you know then come back to us so we do try to not to have too many projects that are sort of in this isotope promotion face but that being said we've definitely had projects on the podcasts were afterwards befell you shouldn't have done that should have done better or it was probably wrong to give them a platform and we have gotten a lot of criticism for that point lou we've gotten so many comments people saying oh you guys are promoting shady projects critical enough this brawley number one criticism.

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"brawley" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Vet any of these like i've had some companies on the show and when i start researching them like some of these ico companies i'm i'm a little skeptical of the technical quality of what they're building i do think it's useful to get a snapshot into the time that we live in where companies with not very well developed technology can raise tons of money or at least they could raise tons of money for five months ago and sometimes i wonder like maybe i shouldn't have even had these kinds of companies on on the show in in the first place though i how thoroughly do you try to vet the projects before you accept them as guests yeah well i mean first of all we don't have to knowledge nor the time to do some sort of deep technical vetting or look at kobe's or anything like that of course we do look at let's say read white papers like okay so here and does it make sense or maybe look at some how what stage are they in in particular when it comes to projects doing ice ios what we tried to do is unless they have a track record or it's extremely original idea or the team has done very interesting things in the past or something like that that makes it really stand out no sort of all default answer today's well let's do the episode once you guys have launched your product you know then come back to us so we do try to not to have too many projects that are sort of in this isotope promotion face but that being said we've definitely had projects on the podcasts were afterwards befell you shouldn't have done that should have done better or it was probably wrong to give them a platform and we have gotten a lot of criticism for that point lou we've gotten so many comments people saying oh you guys are promoting shady projects critical enough this brawley number one criticism.

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"brawley" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Veggies pretty pretty good that was a really good tournament i didn't i don't wash yourself though really tuned in for dragon ball but how many characters of they put out for the season three stuff for street fighter who is blocked out yet blown out and his blows three the first one let's see so far so they what two more like that either way i'm just like having a hard time getting back into that game probably in bartok coming out into this month i think okay the twenty eighth or something to characters thought it was going to be brawley oh maybe it was just brawley but they've announced to announce okay okay who's the recent agip shen character that like i still cannot wrap my head around watching that that character just like the bonding things guilty gear yeah exactly it seems like somebody out of a different game and like i mean you know infiltration is fucking amazing in in any watching it's just like how would you defend against like how do you even throw a ball behind somebody i would freeze completely exactly down the amount of stuff going i thought that was really interesting i was having fun watching that i think they've done a pretty good job of having a diverse roster thinking streetfight it's gonna better every day every yeah yeah there's still continuously working on it they're making good strides they're making good eventually shame that you'll see all the deal.

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"brawley" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Science Friday

"What is wrong with this picture will back when the original film came out not much with wrong with it but today i mean with what we know you can say that a few things like for example theatrics brawley had prominent lips and when lips like most of the teeth would have been covered it probably also has some sort of feather covering on top of its body really where probably like around on top of like on the door soul part of the neck and probably on the door so part of the body per se on the trunk and thinking of long mohawk probably i mean we don't know there's no direct evidence for it but relatives of toronto soroush early relatives of our analysts have been found to be completely covered in feathers from head to toe well so you know tyrannosaurus was a bigger animal would probably living lived in a warmer climate so he probably needed less covering but he most likely still probably hit some sort of covering i mean think about elephants for example they look make it but in reality they have small hair like little fuss on top of their bodies yes what about are there what are the other popular misconceptions about dinosaurs that stem from the way they're drawn or the way we see them in movies will specialty in jurassic park the biggest biggest misconception est the raptors velociraptor develops rep during the movie is much bigger than the original velociraptor would have been the actual village rep velociraptor would have been and rector was really completely covering feathers and it had well how small was it will about the size of turkey however do there was a raptor species call utera after.

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"brawley" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"The entire history is men just being completely disposed by the state you know it's like actually a lot more complicated than they make it but maybe this is this is kinda true and women work believed i tend to think that it's just like i don't know we had a different culture and w you know like women and men were expected to not have sex outside of marriage and they were expected to behave in certain very strict confining gender roles and yeah okay was probably tougher anybody who went outside of those gender roles but forgetting the culture of the past to argue that the culture we live in now that we have a problem that that women who accuse men of rape aren't believed it it's just like so contrary to what's actually going on i mean uh they're women if he just in accusation of sexual assault on a college campus gets people ruined it gets them ruined i love the the example that proved this this point home the most i mean there's there's several but you know look even back in the 80s ray when towanna brawley when that this this black woman accused these white men of of raping are it was widely believed until there was zero evidence and then of course a ton of evidence came out that she was completely lying and eventually she admitted that the the entire story was made up but look at you know that they have this narrative of like white privilege and women are not believe.

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"brawley" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Great get these perspective on this and see what they can do with money go let's say from 3 d we have a theory hugh from brawley enchants so fi be how did you come to be working and insurance i mean i was studying psychology at university that i had very mathematical background than i was very interested in going to the financial services i didn't end up going to one of the banks i i you could say i fell onto edberg apply to ever as the any insurance company in that's where i am southern on a graduate program same tell going into the industry yes so i mean what's the origin story of brawley raided the whole idea come from was it while you were on at aviva was it something from before m when i was at a viva i started realizing that the the industry hadn't really changed in in the way the products a belton way that that priced sort of worldwide m at the last century and seeing that those basically a real lack of control and management tip people and from that stems quite a number of problems and that involves a huge lack of transparency and people eventually paying too much for too little and um this feeling that people feel that by being screwed and we felt the you know the industry could be built in in a better way that was farah and we thought that we could do that say yeah to kind of just the idea of sick of people being screwed over abidi my an industry that's just not evolving anything i mean insurance industry at the moment it's it's really interesting because it's becoming ever more technologydriven so i mean new ways for customers to transact in even technology coming up with new types of insurance how was probably driving that forward.

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"brawley" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Channel 33

"Do not at build staff sure a cast a just hong a some some pictures minimal on s next suggestion survivor gone survivor now i don't wanna do really to victim out but the thing is you're an athlete we know that about you from your time you're talking to the camera and you're really got interpersonal relationships i think you could go far probably but you still don't want to do that i think i think it's the most respectable reality show over the yes sorry over the bachelor i mean i don't the bachelor was the only nick or television show to increase its it's a throwback has my badge of honour i now great job imagine what you could do for survivor either vibrant i feel like it's on the decline i dunno so really get shall i also think the universe you have admiral elmo things you love it you should watch edgar you're not washy anything anyway now you've got time for it i would like to not do reality of of possible okay we got ta script as as a contestant whom we'll see i don't have any specific plans would you be a producer uh yeah i would sure i dunno i wouldn't say no to anything specifically other than being and unreal and tv show versa okay i want you lot survivor and that we can have this conversation again i learned a lot being in the beshir worlds i probably the of chancellor i love your good reality britain's or here's another eighty s what area buck catala like antichild scandalous i i once at brawley could read the best of all time definitely had not even close them.

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"brawley" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"brawley" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Overcompensated again and i went on ebay and i can't grow taller than i'm going to grow bigger and i'll just bonus many supplements as i could and i got in the jet i submit i'm gonna spend two hundred bucks a month to our bucks a month in college i don't even know what that money came from credit card debt to to try to overcompensating get as big as i can always overcompensating then i got into the insurance industry graduated with a degree in business from unc charlotte was sub uc campus and i went to the insurance industry and kepco a document on my computer and it was a list of all my compliments because i wanted to show my supervisor how awesome i was doing that i was killed in it so every time somebody sent me an email and told me how great customer service or or told me sold an account at just kept this list and i was like hey although i don't quite feel like a measure i'm going to show you that a measure the reality is we all overcompensate one way or another did you buy the car but you can afford of the car the impresses what about what about busy bill you know bill who every time you asked bill how is doing this a bill was up man hey doing he's a busy is here but like brawley house your heart he's a busy on how your hearts this nobody housed how's the kids male busy as the white busy is why are you so busy man what are you found overcompensate for what are you hiding from because oftentimes we're all climbing toward something but we don't even know what were climbing towards or wiber climbing towards that we don't have a pause long enough to ask what is that were climbing towards.

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