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Author Jim Wallace on Conspiracy and the Resurrection

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:46 min | 2 d ago

Author Jim Wallace on Conspiracy and the Resurrection

"When you were that atheist, let me ask you this. You were convinced that the resurrection of Jesus had to be some kind of hoax or conspiracy, and that the disciples cooked it up. That's pretty common. When you talk to people that don't believe in Jesus, that'll be the first thing. I talked to a guy from Princeton divinity school that believes this, right? He's a smart guy. Yeah. But think of that. He went to Princeton divinity and unlearned his faith. Well, okay, so we always have knowledge and wisdom are two different things. So I can get a lot of knowledge going into school, but I may not be wise. And what made me wise about the whole conspiracy theory issues is working a bunch of conspiracies. So anytime you have, if you're working our gangs for two years, any time you have more than one suspect to commit a crime or a murder, then you have what we can add a conspiracy charge. Here's what I've discovered. To have a successful conspiracy, and I think we're so we love conspiracy theories. I mean, we are, I mean, a lot of Christians. Feeds an appetite. Yes, it feeds an appetite we all have. There make great movies, make great novels. We love to talk about them as though they're true. But here's the hard truth. Is that you need a certain number of things in place in order to have a successful conspiracy. And here they are. Pretty simple. You need the least number of co-conspirators. It's easier for two people to do something, tell a lie, keep a secret than it is for 22. It just is. You also need to hold it for the shortest amount of time possible. It's easier to hold a lie for a day than it is for a year. So a great conspiracy is when two people commit a crime. And then one immediately kills the other. Well, now we've kind of captured it. The first day. Yes, the first day. So we kept the time span short, and we only have one remaining perpetrator. But those are the first two things. The third thing is that you really want to have good communication, excellent communication. What's the first thing we're going to do when we get 5 people who committed a crime? We're going to separate them. And ask them deep questions because they can not talk to each other now to line up their stories. And I'm going to go way beyond the initial story of the weeds to catch the lie, the spot the lie. You also want really super strong family or relational connections, right? And that's going to be really important. So these are the kinds of things we're looking for when we see a successful conspiracy. Here's the problem with the gospel authors, is there's way too many of them. It's not just the 12, right? There's a 120 in the upper room in X one. Remember they picked Matthias to replace Judas. He was also an eyewitness who had seen Jesus from the baptism to the resurrection. They picked from a group of a 120. But Paul says there are 500 who saw the living risen in Christ on the same day. So how large is this if you just told me that, oh yeah, I believe in a conspiracy from last year involving 500 people that all lined up. Yeah, I'm going to be suspicious already. There's too many people. If you're taking an entire sector of the federal government two decades to hold the conspiracy, I'm sorry. Someone's going to break.

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D.C. Area Schools Refuse to Listen to Parents on Trans Issues

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 4 d ago

D.C. Area Schools Refuse to Listen to Parents on Trans Issues

"I mentioned earlier I'm the morning show host on wmma in Washington D.C. I've got two great co hosts Julie gunlock and Patrice on wicca they both work with independent women's forum We focus a lot on parenting issues We focus a lot on issues that women care about Actually as well because it's a morning show And a lot of times it's mom getting ready And getting the kids to school And as the public schools in the Virginia Maryland D.C. area had been adopting these transgender rights Rules Policies The conversation always seems to go the same way And that is as soon as parents start to object And when parents say hold on a year to tell me that a boy identifying as a girl is allowed to go into the girl's locker room go into the girls restroom my daughter is shy She's 13 years old She's never been around boys It is a situation like that She doesn't want to be confronted with that she shouldn't have to be confronted with that She doesn't want to see a naked boy for the first time in the locker room Of her school This is wrong The response usually is that you're a bigot That you don't understand That you don't deserve to voice such concerns That if there is a problem and if your daughter has the problem your daughter needs to seek therapy or some kind of sensitivity training or counseling And if you try to press the issue we've reached the point now where this is well beyond just pronouns And access to a bathroom there is now legislation in place and there are policies in place even without that legislation in some places

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Hawks vs. Bulls: The Fed Clashes With Optimistic Investors

The Breakdown

01:51 min | 5 d ago

Hawks vs. Bulls: The Fed Clashes With Optimistic Investors

"Welcome to the first big macro week of 2023. The fed has its federal open markets committee meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday at which point we'll likely get our first insight into how Powell and co are thinking about the economy, heading into this new year. So what we're going to look at today is one how markets are thinking about that meeting and what's likely to happen to why there is something of a battle going on between Powell and stock investors and three what some other indicators suggest about the other big economic question, which is of course recession or not. Now, by way of background we have been in the most aggressive monetary tightening cycle since the early 1980s. This is of course in large part due to the fed's slowness in responding to rising inflation in 2021. They more or less force their own hand with their insistence on the narrative that has now become infamous of transitory inflation. The idea was that inflation was a byproduct of dislocations and supply demand mismatches coming out of global shutdowns around COVID-19, and that it would sort itself out. It wasn't so much that they were wrong about those supply demand mismatches being a major source of inflation. Instead, it's that they didn't appreciate how that would interact with other potential sources, such as fiscal stimulus, and also that they backed themselves into a corner assuming it would just work itself out in any sort of reasonable timeline. We could do voluminous episodes on what the fed missed. Why the dislocations they identified, for example, represented not just short term responses to an extraordinary circumstance, but also the acceleration of ongoing structural forces that were likely to change the equation for global inflation economics going forward. However, for our purposes today, suffice it to say that they missed it so they had to tighten and fast last year. Markets got the memo early in January 2022 when the December 2021 meeting minutes were released and discussed not only interest rate increases, but balance sheet reduction as well.

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Shiba Inu Observes Highest Rise In Burn Rate  Is This Normal

NewsBTC

04:26 min | 6 d ago

Shiba Inu Observes Highest Rise In Burn Rate Is This Normal

"11 a.m. Sunday, January 29th, 2023. Shiba Inu observes highest rise in burn rate is this normal. Token burn rates are seemingly rising on the sheba in a network. The current number of Shiba Inu Bern trackers is quite surprising. However, data shows it is due to the degenerative performance of the ess HIV burning machine. On chain data shows that the SHI bead burn rate observed a mass of 1682.07 increase over the past 24 hours that is the highest percentage rise in the burn rate on the S HIV network in the past few months. Related reading U.S. federal regulators warn about crypto activities why is HIV burn rate increasing in detail. The number of burnt tokens on the Shiba Inu network did not exceed 1 million ess HIV on January 26th. Yesterday's amount was one of the lowest numbers of assets developers has burned on the network. So, the seeming spike in burn rate could be due to a default in the ess HIV burning machine yesterday. According to analysts, this percentage spike wasn't triggered by increased network activity. Also, it didn't represent a large number of actually burnt tokens. Token burns helped to reduce the number of coins in circulation. It helps increase in asset scarcity and possibly boost the token's price when increased supply pushes it down. For instance, on January 17th, the ess HIV token burn surged by 613 within 24 hours, and a coin broke the bearish traders expectations, rising above 20 on the day, however, a surge in price did not accompany the recent rise in the token burn rate. Also, some HIV whale activities indicate that top investors have lost faith in the meme coin as many whales, keep moving chunks of Shiba Inu positions on exchanges. Three trillion three hundred and 12 billion 307 million 240,798 38 million 257,148 U.S. dollars transferred from unknown wallet to unknown Wallace, dot co zero MDL kwp QQ whale, alert whale alert, January 26th, 2023 this could mean that short term traders don't believe the asset couldn't rise above the resistance level, helping them earn profit. New HIV whales emerge what's next while some whales sell off their tokens and new address is buying the dip, accumulating large amounts of HIV tokens, and may be awaiting the next bull market. Data shows that a new crypto wallet became a Shiba Inu whale address on Thursday, January 26th, 2022 related reading crypto friendly bank silvergate suspends dividend payouts the new wallet became a whale address after receiving 3.3 billion ess HIV worth about 38.9 million. Ether scammer revealed that the sending address moved funds from different wallets before transferring the tokens to the receiver, mailed a newest ess HIV whale. This move further confirms our suspicion that smaller investors are giving up their positions. According to the blockchain whale tracker, will alert, the wallet also received 1 billion PAW tokens a few minutes after sweeping the ess HIV token. With the current balance, the new whale is now the world's 30 largest S HIV holder. This recent accumulation came after the world's 26th largest HIV holder, swept 150 billion tokens into its wallet. The token sweep occurred through four transaction clusters within three hours on January 23rd. So while short term investors might be selling their positions due to falling S HIV prices, some could be accumulating in anticipation of future gains from the upcoming share barium launch. Shiba Inu is currently trading at 0.000011 8 8 with a 24 hour increase of 1.28 and a 7 day price surge of 0.2. In addition, the main coin has seen a 14 day price surge of 22.1 and a 30 day rally of 41.4. Featured image from pixabay, Kevin wye, chart from trading deal

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AAVE Seeks Proposal To Clear Itself Of Bad Debt  Can It Overcome These Obstacles

NewsBTC

03:29 min | 6 d ago

AAVE Seeks Proposal To Clear Itself Of Bad Debt Can It Overcome These Obstacles

"10 a.m. Sunday, January 29th, 2023 AB seeks proposal to clear itself of bad debt, can it overcome these obstacles? The lending platform AAVE has been enjoying positive news lately. According to reports, AAV has passed a governance proposal that would eradicate all bad debt at accumulated when Abraham eisenberg, orchestrator of the mango markets exploit, targeted the platform's Ethereum V two liquidity pool back in November 2022. However, the governance token of the platform, has not responded either positively or negatively. According to data from coin gecko, the token registered losses in the daily and weekly time frames. But these losses are two minuscule to revert the tokens gains from the start of the year, with the launch of AAVs V three on its mainnet, the crypto might be in a position to tell a new highs if the situation permits it. Image co and pedia, the gist of the proposal on chain developments based on the proposal, the token has over 2 million 677,749 units of CR-V in debt on its Ethereum V two CR-V reserve. This is worth, at the date of the proposal, over 2.5 million. The proposal would use V two S stablecoin reserve to buy the necessary number of units of CR-V to pay the debt. This obviously was accepted by the community positively, being implemented immediately by January 25th this would reverse the damage of the exploit attempt, proving the liquidity of the protocol. The deployment of AAVs V three on Ethereum was also implemented. According to DeFi Lama, the crypto is in the top four among all platforms. Aave V three, the Ethereum pull deployment has over 526.52 million total value lot image daffy Lama at 86.02, what's in store for AAV the token is currently consolidating around the 85.8 support range. This could be a sign that the token still has room to regain lost ground from 2020 twos bear market. However, this can only be achieved if the token closes with a green candle to continue AAVs rally when the year started. Investors and traders should target the tokens current resistance at 90.15. If the bulls can consolidate at the tokens present support, we can see an upward push towards 94.70. Related reading Dogecoin is sent slows, but why are analysts still bullish about the mama coin AAV total market cap at 1.2 billion on the daily chart chart trading view dot com related reading what is threshold T and why is this lesser known coin swelling by one 46 investors should also monitor the tokens correlation with Bitcoin and Ethereum as these would have a big influence on its price movement in the short to medium term. As these major cryptocurrencies retest their crucial resistances, a breakthrough by either one or both of these coins would boost AAV's momentum to regain lost ground with this in mind, investors and traders should exercise caution in the short to medium term as the token can still be clogged by the bears to revert back to 78.65. Featured image by canal coin dot com

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Guitarist Tom Verlaine, co-founder of Television, dies at 73

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Guitarist Tom Verlaine, co-founder of Television, dies at 73

"Guitarist Tom verlaine of the punk band television has died after a brief illness, according to his publicist, Berlin was 73, I'm Archie's arolla with a look at his career. Timberland's name was not Tom verlaine, it was Tom Miller, he named himself after 19th century French poet Paul Marie verlaine. Television was a mainstay of the club CBGBs in New York in the 70s, bands like pavement, Sonic Youth, and Jeff Buckley cited television as an influence. Television never charted in the U.S., but were a commercial hit in the UK. Tensions between verlaine and fellow guitarist Richard Lloyd caused the band to break up, verlaine released 8 solo albums

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Flashbots Co-Founder Phil Daian Talks MEV

Unchained

01:59 min | Last week

Flashbots Co-Founder Phil Daian Talks MEV

"Start by talking about the history of MeV, what MeV is? And then we'll go into sort of a broader discussion about some of the interesting topics that it brings up. Yeah, I'm really excited to have fill here who I sort of think of as kind of the granddaddy of MeV and the formalization of MeV on Ethereum. I think one thing that's weird about MeV is it feels like this extremely niche deep rabbit hole where there's a certain subset of crypto people who are all the way down the rabbit hole. I love it. But if you are starting from the first time, it's sort of confusing as to what is going on, why we're in this place, all the different actors are and what they're doing. And so I guess, do you want to give us sort of a little bit of your impression or your background on what was MeV like or how to sort of get started? What do you think of as sort of the first example of MeV in crypto? Yeah, definitely. Hello, everyone. I'm Phil cofounder of flashbots and a PhD student at Cornell who works on smart contract security. What was MeV like for me? It's a super complicated journey. I think anyone who's been into MeV for a while kind of has this story about how they stumbled onto it and fell down the rabbit hole. I often compare it to kind of Alice in Wonderland because for some people, once they discover MeV, the entire world just stops making sense and you fall into this kind of like crazy alternate reality. So for me, kind of what that journey was like, kind of started with getting into Bitcoin. I got into Bitcoin on some digital activism work that I was doing. And I wanted to kind of think about how to further the cryptocurrency cause kind of around 20 15 I got into Bitcoin kind of a little before that, but around 2015, I decided, okay, I want to change my career. From formal verification, which is what I was working at the time and kind of formalizing car software, formalizing planes, things like that, into helping the cause of cryptocurrency because it's a super important and revolutionary technology.

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Sean Davis: Hunter Biden Got His Money Thanks to Joe Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last week

Sean Davis: Hunter Biden Got His Money Thanks to Joe Biden

"What is illegal Is to do it while engaging in political activities and not acknowledging it via this process is fair a thing You can't you can't prosecute Mike Flynn for this or try it and then leave him out of the guy is the president of the United States I mean how is the media has no one asked this question Hey so listen to any of these documents of anything to do with your son's multi-million dollar deals there and did any of that influence Biden's decision making his vice president or president That's the question Right and that's what's interesting about Hunter Biden It's not that people on the right are obsessed with hunter they're just trying to get after Biden Hunter himself for a whole host of reasons is not a particularly impressive guy And a lot of it is actually kind of tragic how he's been enabled and all that But the issue is this is a guy who has no business earning the kind of money and having the kind of meetings and access that he had on his own based on his own experience and abilities Like just nobody will argue that he got the brief contract because he's a great Ukrainian energy expert This guy is getting all this money and getting all of this deals because of who his dad is I mean at one point he was representing the spy chief of China Patrick co a guy who's under indictment He was doing stuff I believe with the context with pipeline stuff there with burisma It's kind of a problem especially given everything we were told about Don Junior and all that To see what hunter was doing if Don Junior had done a percent of what we know hunter did based on verifiable documents and facts he would have been in prison for 500 years and yet we see hundred doing this stuff and nobody in the press corps even asked a single question about it Like hey those documents they found in your garage next to your vet that we have pictures of him driving Did those have to do with stuff that hunter was lobbying on That's not a hard question to ask and yet nobody will ask it

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Learning How to Lead

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:10 min | Last week

Learning How to Lead

"Let's be careful admiral. There are a lot of people whose leadership stories I don't want to know. But I did want to know yours because I'm 66. I have never served a day in the military. I have never been in a fighter plane much less the cockpit of the civilian plane. I have never been on a carrier. I have never commanded a ship. I mean, this has got so little to do with what I do, but boy I wish I had read this when I was running OPM at the age of 32. And I wish I'd run this before I ran law firms, and I think anyone who's listening if they get learn how to lead to win, they're going to learn a lot. And I want to start with my favorite lesson. And it's about the OD, who fell asleep when you're the captain of the Nimitz. Would you tell that story because this is just such an essential choice, a leader has to make sometimes. You think, and your comment about it, you wish you'd have learned it. That is, we wanted to have that with the book. And you don't have to be a fighter pilot and do exactly what I did. But we wanted to create those lessons. So that story actually is very late in the book because it happened very late in my Nimitz sewer, and my leadership experience. And one night, you know, I was asleep in the middle of the night, we were just steaming in a black night on the Pacific. And I happened to wake up. And admiral black nathman, a long time ago who was a nuclear powered aircraft carrier CO said, hey, nasty, if you wake up in the middle of the night for some reason as a captain, pull on your cover walls and just go to the bridge because there's a 6th sense in your head that, you know, something's going on. So just go have a look. And so I kept that in my command of Sacramento. In a command and Nimitz and this particular night, I pulled on my coveralls. I walked out very, very dark. Walked onto the bridge as a small passageway. It's about ten feet long that goes onto the wider bridge. And I walked into the end of the passageway, the helm and Lee helm are right to my right shoulder, about 25 feet away, the quarter master has been over his red glow table, smell of coffee, very quiet on the bridge. And typically when the quartermaster sees the captain, he'll say, captain on the bridge, and they log it. And put it on there and everybody knows. And what I used to watch out for was if the demeanor on the bridge changed.

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"co" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

Your Daily Prayer

01:43 min | Last week

"co" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

"While we can't save others, God and his graciousness invites us to be co laborers with him in the process. In our key verse, the church of Corinth was arguing about which leader they followed in the church. In Corinthians three 6 through ten, Paul reminded the church that rather than following people, we are called to follow God. The only one worthy of our worship. Holland apollos were both called administered to the Caribbean. That assigned them tasks that differed based on their abilities, but the responsibility to share the gospel remained the same. All apollos and other leaders in the church were equal in the way they worked together to share and spread the message of Salvation. Less the leaders of the church fall prey to thinking their roles are more significant than others, Paul is quick to point out that only God gives Salvation and spiritual growth. As believers, we all have kingdom assignments that require planning the seeds of Salvation in the lives of others. But let's also humbly remember who we serve. God alone deserves a glory when a sinner repents accepts Christ. Just as the lord graciously worked in my daughter's heart, he still works in mind. I responded to the twinge of conviction for my attitude and thank God for allowing me to co labor with him. But we all work together to plant spiritual seeds, encourage other believers as they water and pray that God provide growth in the lives of the unbeliever. Let's pray. Heavenly father, thank you for loving us so much that you made a way for us to have eternal life. For the sacrifice of your son on the cross. Forgive us when we pridefully boast about our own ability instead of always giving you honor and glory. We pray for those who don't know you as lord and savior, and we joyfully serve to share the gospel and help lead others to Christ. And Jesus name, amen.

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A Prayer for Co-Laboring With God

Your Daily Prayer

01:43 min | Last week

A Prayer for Co-Laboring With God

"While we can't save others, God and his graciousness invites us to be co laborers with him in the process. In our key verse, the church of Corinth was arguing about which leader they followed in the church. In Corinthians three 6 through ten, Paul reminded the church that rather than following people, we are called to follow God. The only one worthy of our worship. Holland apollos were both called administered to the Caribbean. That assigned them tasks that differed based on their abilities, but the responsibility to share the gospel remained the same. All apollos and other leaders in the church were equal in the way they worked together to share and spread the message of Salvation. Less the leaders of the church fall prey to thinking their roles are more significant than others, Paul is quick to point out that only God gives Salvation and spiritual growth. As believers, we all have kingdom assignments that require planning the seeds of Salvation in the lives of others. But let's also humbly remember who we serve. God alone deserves a glory when a sinner repents accepts Christ. Just as the lord graciously worked in my daughter's heart, he still works in mind. I responded to the twinge of conviction for my attitude and thank God for allowing me to co labor with him. But we all work together to plant spiritual seeds, encourage other believers as they water and pray that God provide growth in the lives of the unbeliever. Let's pray. Heavenly father, thank you for loving us so much that you made a way for us to have eternal life. For the sacrifice of your son on the cross. Forgive us when we pridefully boast about our own ability instead of always giving you honor and glory. We pray for those who don't know you as lord and savior, and we joyfully serve to share the gospel and help lead others to Christ. And Jesus name, amen.

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UniSwap, Chainlink, And BudBlockz Comparing The Top Decentralized Exchanges

Coinpedia

00:44 sec | Last week

UniSwap, Chainlink, And BudBlockz Comparing The Top Decentralized Exchanges

"12 p.m. Sunday, January 22nd, 2023. Uniswap, chainlink, and bud blocks, comparing the top decentralized exchanges. The post uniswap chainlink and bud blocks comparing the top decentralized exchanges appeared first on co and PDF FinTech news. Nearly everyone in the crypto space agrees that decentralized exchanges DEX are the future of crypto trading. That is because even now, in 2023, trading digital assets on centralized crypto exchanges can be a headache. Let us dive deep into the finer details of these three top decentralized exchanges uniswap, chainlink, and bud blocks. After reading

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Would a Genesis Bankruptcy Actually Be Good for Crypto?

The Breakdown

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Would a Genesis Bankruptcy Actually Be Good for Crypto?

"All right, Friends, we are back with another discussion of 2022 cleanup, although today's news I would argue could be a heck of a lot more bullish than it might seem at first. So of course, one of the biggest outstanding questions after the fall of FTX has been how far the fallout and contagion might go. And fallout there has been. For example, there has been a significant chilling of the relationship between the crypto industry and the Washington D.C. establishment. However, frankly, the main short term thing that people have been worried about is whether the collapse of FTX would cause other crypto institutional failures. In that context, the biggest spotlight has been on genesis and its parent company digital currency group or DCG. I say this every time, but DCG is also the parent group of coin desk. Now, genesis was hit hard in the three arrows capital collapse. They lost about 2.4 billion in loans out to the hedge fund, and ultimately ended up their biggest creditor with a $1.2 billion claim after liquidating collateral. That claim was eventually moved over to the books of DCG, a move which would later complicate DCG other liquidity issues. When FTX went under, genesis announced that they had something like 175 million trapped there, but it seemed there were bigger issues than that. That same week, genesis lending halted withdrawals, which was problematic both for their main customer base, as well as for the users of Gemini urn, which was crypto exchange Gemini's yield feature. Gemini users have about $900 million or so stuck on genesis as we record. And since then, the tension around the situation has done nothing but grow. Over the past few weeks, there has been an ever escalating war of words. Cameron winklevoss the co CEO of Gemini has published two separate open letters around the case. The first being directed to DCG CEO Barry silbert, accusing him of bad faith stall tactics, and asking him to meet with them to find a resolution, and the second being to the DCG board. Basically demanding that silbert be removed from the CEO role.

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Reports: David Crosby, rock star and CSNY co-founder, dies

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Reports: David Crosby, rock star and CSNY co-founder, dies

"Musician David Crosby has died at the age of 81, according to several media outlets, including The New York Times. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his life. David Crosby was a member of the birds until they pushed him out. He met up with Stephen Stills and Graham Nash for Crosby, Stills & Nash and sometimes with Neil Young. While CSN and CSNY had hits like sweet Judy blue eyes, our House and Woodstock, the song's Crosby contributed were more artsy. He said in a 2014 AP interview, he just wrote weird stuff. At first, you know, that was disturbing, you know, because I wanted to have hits like Steven hands or my grandma. I'm not ever going to have a hit. I've never had a hit. I will never have it. Among Crosby's claims to fame, he was the genetic father of the two children of Melissa Etheridge and her then partner Julie cypher

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Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan, Sade make it to Songwriters Hall

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan, Sade make it to Songwriters Hall

"Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan and Jeff Lynn are among the inductees for this year's songwriter Hall of Fame. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Snoop Dogg's weren't play and Gloria Estefan's Latin rhythms have gotten the attention of the Songwriters Hall of Fame. They will be honored at a gala in New York on June 15th. Other inductees include Jeff Lynne of electric light orchestra and smooth operator writer chard a Liz rose who co wrote songs like you belong with me with Taylor Swift also goes into the Hall of Fame. One Ballard famous for helping Alanis Morissette with her jagged little pill album will be inducted, so will teddy Riley, who is credited with creating the new Jack swing movement.

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"co" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

08:28 min | 2 weeks ago

"co" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Supporting many brands on their journey into this world of web three? So sales was, of course, is the number one CRM company. But it's also a company that's guided by its values. And we have 5 values. And I think they are answering the question you are asking. The first three values of fundamentally are trust, customer success, and innovation. Web three at the end is a new way for brands to build trust and relationships with their customers. And, you know, we just talked about that trust that has been in a way lost in the web two era. And it's a way to build that trust in a direct way, not party trust, if you will. And to future proof, their business, they have relationships in new innovative ways. So here you touch trust customer success and innovation. And then the next two are equality and sustainability. And that's really where I think we have this opportunity. Our Salesforce but also as an entire community, not to build just another Internet, but to build a better Internet, then we've been working very closely internally and externally with partners in the world of ethics of sustainability to make sure that the Salesforce contribution helps this make a better Internet. Salesforce has, you know, in the hundreds of thousands of clients, you have small businesses, you have fortune 500s, you guys are offering a sort of suite of opportunities to get into web three. But how do you position that for such a wide variety of industries and businesses? What sort of the platform that you're building and the tool set that you're offering this wide array of businesses to be able to come into the web three space? So indeed, I've worked on the course of just the last year with a lot of both, let's say, medium sized to very large corporations. And what's great in the way we've worked with them is with a medium sized ones or individual brands, we've actually worked more on experimentation and rapid prototyping. But as we worked with the larger Fortune 500, those multi brand multi geography companies, we realized that actually what their real problem I think was going to be how to take those experimentations and industrialize them, scale them. And that's really what we have been developing at the core of Salesforce web three is this ability to manage this new relationship with this new data layer that sits on the public blockchain as a core component of customer relationship management, but a new kind of relationship with a new kind of customers that has a new kind of demands and expectations. A lot of the NFT space grew on the idea of collection. And potential appreciation for that. What we've seen in the last bunch of months and you guys are part of this is the idea of really actually reimagining customer engagement customer loyalty membership. And so is that where you guys saw the unlock to say we can actually supercharge your communities as businesses? Yeah, I feel that there is a unique opportunity and a tipping point in the way customers people are actually aware now of how their data is being used and the way they expect this new relationship to give you their trust and their loyalty. They want much more in return than just the promise or product. And so we see this reality in a marketing that is shifting from relying on the cookie. And the social platforms to somehow achieve its goals to marketing where new respected customer for who he is and in a way, it's almost creating loyalty for the first time maybe ever. As a two way street. Yes, I expect the customer, the consumer to be loyal to my brand, but the consumer also expects his brand to be loyal to them to serve them to create utility and they want that on an ongoing basis, not at the moment of purchase, but they want that in their lifetime. So it flips the model of customer lifetime value. It's not value for the P and L. It's value for the consumer himself for yourself so that they actually see real tangible value with a brand that's ready to serve them. Amazing. And Mark, I mean, all businesses have different communities of customers, clients, or fans, and I love what you're getting at about this layer of sort of always on loyalty and always on sort of two way dialog. How do you think web three hyper charges community engagement for brands? I think communities really we talked about that earlier what brought me little by little into web three. Actually, when I joined the company, I was told Mark, why don't you write a book on the future model of brands powered by technology? And the working title of that book, which I've not written yet, was actually your brand is your community. And so I'm a huge believer in communities. It's a huge opportunity because it moves us away from always being obsessed with knowing people's name and phone number and email address so that we can target them and addressing them more as a group of like minded communities like minded people that we can select and serve based on affinities. And so that's why I think that it moves really to understanding people better without knowing the superficial layer of data, which is their name and phone number and email, but knowing to public data based on what they own, what they engage with, knowing what in different facets of their identity, what they are passionate about. And what's fantastic is that it moves the consumer from collaborator to co owner to co market co innovator co creator, but also co beneficiary. And that's why I'm not always sure that the brands are ready for that. Is to say, yes, I'm happy to engage my customer, but they still want to control. And they don't want to share the benefits. And I think we're going to need to have with this community marketing model. We're going to need to really think through how to make it work so that we don't go back to natural tendencies of turning a community of 10,000 into a million, 10 million and you're back to audience marketing. Our diplomat a little bit more because I mean, you just said so much there that I think is so on point and correct and so admire how you look at the stuff in the space. You know, when you think about just the ideas of trustless and permissionless systems, you've written about decentralization and zero party data, but also just the thoughts of co ownership co marketing, sort of co collaboration in a brand. That could feel a little bit scary for some businesses that are used to marketing traditionally. And so you being a little bit more of a, I would say rebellious thinker and rogue thinker when you come to how you approach marketing systems for some of the largest companies in the world. And now a Salesforce, what's your pitch? To these other businesses to say, no, come on in, it's okay. How do you get them across that line? Yeah, I feel that in a way, and you're right to say that it can be scary because I've been saying people are not afraid of change. They're afraid of being changed. And in a way, we've gotten accustomed to the Internet as we know it. And Internet that is way far from the original Internet dream of a free open reliable interoperable, an Internet by the people for the people. And so I think that this fear comes from the fact that a lot of people, including myself, plead guilty in a way old contributed to making web two a little bit this not exactly the dream we had at the beginning. And this idea of giving back power to the users and creators of

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Unpacking CES 2023: Where Was Web3?

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Unpacking CES 2023: Where Was Web3?

"How is CES? How is a consumer electronic show? What did you think of it this year? I didn't make it, so I'm really curious if web three was everywhere, or if it was anywhere. Great question. CES was a little bit of both. One, there were some amazing people, great conversations that were had. We interviewed, I think almost 20 people and did a bunch of great Sessions on stage. And so that was fantastic. The thing that I was most interested in is how much web three was not showing up on the show floor. For anyone who hasn't been to CES, it is really an expo show. It is a 1 million ft² of demo space for people to show off their new wares. There was like 15 foot holograms of Mark Cuban. There was all of this amazing sort of gaming and VR tech and haptic tech that we saw and tons of autonomous cars. But when I kept looking, I was like, oh, I'm not seeing much web three here, which compared to when you go to a south by Southwest or a can or even art Basel. You see what three almost everywhere? Here it was kind of missing. And so I'm just, I was a bit surprised because I thought I would see more from not being there, but seeing the news, what was your takeaway? Yeah, well, I was thinking about going and I've been to CES a bunch of times before. This year, just timing didn't work out. So I was following along the news. I was really excited to see what Raja for Mastercard announced with Mastercard's web three accelerator. They're doing that in collaboration with polygon studios, which I thought was really cool. That seemed to be sort of the biggest web three announcement in news, but a lot of what I was seeing was more hardware developments like L'oreal, unveiled some new technology on the applicator phase for people with accessibility challenges. I thought that was amazing. I didn't see a ton about web three though, outside of Mastercard's announcement with polygon.

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Bitcoin Weekend Run Breaches 20,000 Mark, Dominates The Altcoins

NewsBTC

03:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Bitcoin Weekend Run Breaches 20,000 Mark, Dominates The Altcoins

"2 p.m. Sunday January 15th, 2023. Bitcoin weekend run breaches 20,000 mark dominates the altcoins. Even if the cryptocurrency industry crashed in 2022, Bitcoin's status as the alpha coin has remained remarkably stable. With a market capitalization of over 398 billion and a trading volume of 24 million 180,295, Bitcoin's dominance in the last 24 hours has increased by 43. According to market watchers, the BTC bull market officially began in 2023 and is expected to increase in value. In addition, the United States consumer price index CPI was issued earlier this week, showing that the U.S. dollar's value is decreasing relative to other currencies. On the other hand, the CPI data gave the market the confidence it needed to follow inflation's downward trend. Related reading Bitcoin price touches 20,000 for first time post FTX collapse in the previous week, BTC dominance increased by almost two, returning to a multi month high as the value breached the 20,000 level. Bitcoin shows bullish momentum wrecked capital, says that BTC will surprise investors next week by trading above 21,000. This upswing encouraged traders and investors worldwide to reenter the Bitcoin market and make some quick bucks. That's a very strong BTC dominance retest of blue as support a weekly close at these current levels would likely set BTC dominance for further gain heading into next week Bitcoin looks set for enjoying more market dominance, likely at the expense of alcohol crypto Bitcoin HTTPS T co 86 Cusack QBR 5 HF pick dot Twitter dot com one QI BLE 7 P rig capital rig capital January 13th, 2023 after BTC officially surpassed 17,000 at the beginning of this week, the outlook for the asset has been more bullish than it was at the end of 2022. On Friday evening, the price of BTC surged beyond 18,000 then 19,000 and finally pumped to 20,000. The next hour saw rise initiated by the bulls, which ultimately pushed BTC up to near 21,000 on Sunday. Related reading Bitcoin short squeezed 93 million shorts liquidated in one hour at this price, Bitcoin has made up all of its ground since the FTX Alameda research meltdown more than two months ago. Even if it has dropped from its local peak, the price is still well above 20,000. The cryptocurrency's market valuation is close to 400 billion with many investors hoping for a new bull run to begin any day. Fun struts head of digital asset strategy Sean Farrell stated to Bloomberg crypto assets performed well following the soft CPI print suggesting that crypto's correlation to macro is not going away anytime soon as Bitcoin surges all coins retreat on yesterday's daily charts, most altcoins showed gains, but those figures are now negative. After increasing by more than 35 in a day and nearly 70 in a week it has turned bullish and is now moving in that direction. However, it is currently sitting below that level due to the daily decline of 4.5. The top ten daily cryptocurrencies that lost value are Dogecoin doge, polkadot DoD like coin LTC, shiba inues HIV, avalanche, cardano ADA, and polygon Matic. The value of alternative cryptocurrencies like ADA and doge have dropped by 0.34 and 0.08, respectively from their respective 24 hour highs. The value of ADA and BNB has decreased marginally over the previous day. Both coins, however, have seen substantial gains during the past week, rising by more than 21 and 11, respectively. Featured image from unsplash dot com, charts from trading view dot com.

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The 20 Republicans Who Held Out Are Heroes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

The 20 Republicans Who Held Out Are Heroes

"This is what Biden is doing. This is what's clever about the left. And this is what scary about the left as well. Because they're dehumanizing us all. Our vote, our voices don't matter. This is why I call those 20 holdouts, not hold out, but he roasts in the house because what they did, what they fought for all of us. I don't care if you're a lefty a communist God forbid. But if you're a liberal moderate Republican, you're a conservative, they fought for all of us because they restored our voice in the house and they're being called an embarrassment as a result of a shame on you. If you don't understand or get what the Republicans, the 20 heroes, did last or last week in Congress. They didn't weaken the speaker per se, though they did. They strengthen you. That's the way. That's the real takeaway. That is the real takeaway. Margot Cleveland goes on to say, but the similarities between the situations remain striking, with the classified documents both at Mar-a-Lago at the and at the Biden think tank, co mingled with unclassified documents reportedly including, quote, top secret close quote documents and stored in a closet. Think about that. Stored in a closet. Mar-a-Lago has Secret Service agents. Surrounding the place. This stuff was stored at a closet. At least Trump's Mar-a-Lago homes he writes was private and protected by the Secret Service while the pin Biden center was located at a busy D.C. office building that spanned some ten stories and included numerous public areas, including a reception area on the roof that hosted weddings and other private events. I hope you're getting mad. I hope you're getting hot, but I want you to understand we're not going to resolve this problem until 2024 because nothing is going to come of

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It's Quite Remarkable That 'Back to the Future' Ever Got Made

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:22 min | 3 weeks ago

It's Quite Remarkable That 'Back to the Future' Ever Got Made

"Movies. We're talking about one that allegedly is a good movie. The movie is Back to the Future. It is treasure by my co host, Chris Cole's Chris. Let's share a little bit of it's quite remarkable that a this movie by the two bulbs actually got made and B that it actually got finished, is it not? Well, I mean, I don't think it's that amazing because I do think the concept was stellar. And at the end of the day, dude, look at the undermining your co host. The guys had like four flops in a row before they did this. They screwed Spielberg over with 1941 that completely crashed and burned. The incest implications in the script meant nobody wanted to touch it. And he said, oh no, it's quite of course it got made. Come on, help me here. Don't undermine your, you're right. Disney didn't want to make it because the incest thing. And well, because there were buddies with Spielberg. So Spielberg was just like, all right, we'll help these guys out. Basically, this is what happened there. But the truth is they knew they had a hit with this one and here's the proof. Here's the proof. And you were probably going to bring this up later, but I'm going to bring it up now. They originally couldn't get Michael J. Fox because Michael J. Fox was too busy with his show. The family ties. Family ties, yeah. That was the show that kind of made him into a star family ties, which was a great show, by the way. If you haven't seen family types, watch family time. He's playing a conservative, right? He's the only great thing about he's the only conservative in the family, this kid who walks around in a suit. He's the only conservative. Yeah. It's not just these only conservative his parents are like hippie. And they raise this kid and they're watching all the suit with a briefcase and they're just like, what have we done? It's like the opposite of what you expect the rebellious kid for bells as a conservative. It's beautiful. It's really brilliant. And he's the star of the show. And the finale episode is really touching. If you've not seen that show, I strongly recommend people going back and watching it. But let me tell you why I love this film, not why it's good, but why I love it is because of the nerd aspect. I mean, I love the car and I love the time travel aspect and I love that special effect. We all love the movie for all the normal reasons. But I also love his dad and how his dad is such a weak, nerdy loser, getting picked on by this bully. And

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"co" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

01:56 min | Last month

"co" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"You know, that's what happens when you don't use preservatives. Okay. All right, so you obviously get to try every product. Tell us some of the lines that you carry and some of other than your own products too. We haven't even talked about CO Bigelow products. Can we just talk about the rose cream that has been around how long? I want to ask you about your favorite products, but oh, so we used to make a rose cold cream, which we don't make anymore. Okay. But that's been around. It was like the first product we have made in the apothecary was arose cold cream. But you also make like a SAP. We make a roast that's been around. What's your oldest product that's like probably our oldest product is probably the well, that's a real formula. It's probably a lemon body cream. And that's a formula. We resurrected it later on. Yeah. But that's been around since 1870. And people can still buy this now? Yeah. Lemon body cream. We've never tried it. It's pretty great. It's like a meringue pie. I love lemon anything. And the kind of the basis of it is you would go to the apothecary, that was a place where you went to get diagnosed and treated. And so you'd go to the popcorn and say, hey, my skin's really dry and you have something for me. And the pharmacist would go in the back and mix up something. And so he would throw in. Oil and Shea butter and make this moisturizer cream. And then we always wanted to put a signal in there that it's working like make it refreshing. That's why a lot of old pharmacy products have like menthol and phenol on camphor. And so he put lemon oil and lemon extract in there because it was refreshing. And but without being drying. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And then a little carrot oil in there for little source of beta carotene, all of a sudden we had this yellow queen that smelled like lemon. But it's generally a colorant fragrance free product that smells like lemon and looks yellow. Gotta try it. And that's one of our oldest products, and that's probably the most popular. And then the rose. Oh, and what are some of your favorites? Not just from your line, but others that you sell. I know you said you were like the first to bring marvez toothpaste. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I mean, I love taking kind of mundane tasks and making them really fun. So if you have to brush your teeth every day, it should be like, you know, let's go to Tuscany, or shave,

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"co" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"co" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

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"co" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"co" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Let's see. Does it give a year. It does not number one with colon together colon joint colon jointly so those those four things with together joint or jointly that's what it means as in coexist also is in co air now that is h. e. i r. So those would be like the heirs of an estate. They are co airing. If it's maybe brother and sister to siblings whatever they are the co heirs of something and That's that's that that's that Coexist can we please coexist peacefully. Can we please thank you number two in or to the same degree as in co extensive. Three a one that is associated in an action with another and then there's a couple colin sections also fellow also partner As in co author also was in co worker. I'm making this up also in co host. I have no co host but there are podcasts. that have co-hosts three be having a usually lesser share in duty or responsibility. Also alternate or alternate also deputy as in pilot and then four of relating to or constituting the complement of an angle as in cosign. That's like s. I n. e. is this. Trigonometry was signed cosign tangent yeah The etymology says this is from the latin com. It's pizza prefixed. Com akin to the old english prefix g. e. gear that means per -ffective and collective also or the a collective prefix. I don't know what it saying also from the old irish prefix com. Which means with so. Here's the fun part. There is a big list of words that all start with co and You know. I don't know if it's a if it's a complete list but it's a pretty big list and I'll just read them to you. This will be fun. Most of them are just a single word. But there are a few that have a hyphen after the co- and I will. I will list those out to you when i get there. I think it's just one little to s at. Yeah okay. so the words are co act co action co-active co actor.

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"co" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"co" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Let's music from schmidt dune loving satire of forties early nineteen fifty s musicals and my guest cinco. Paul co created the series co wrote it and wrote all the songs. Oh that's really it's a funny song but it's also it's a lovely song. It's a nice melody. Yeah that was the intention. I never wanted the songs to be too jokey if that makes sense and i really wanted them like oh that could genuinely have been asong son in an undiscovered rogers and hammerstein musical and and then it ends in a very you know and doesn't amazing job with a song and it ends in a really sweet spot right where she sort of wishes he could be who he really is. She suspects that he's not being his true self. She doesn't know what that actually means but she really wishes the best for him and loves him. Let's take another break here and we'll talk some more if you're just joining us. My guest is cinco. Paul and he co wrote co created and wrote all the songs for the loving satire of musicals called schmidt geduhn that's now streaming on apple. Tv plus and he also wrote the animated films. Despicable me. the secret life of pets horton hears who and the laura ax will be right back. I'm terry gross. And this is fresh air madison. by here. Host of shortwave. Daily science podcast from npr. Listen for new discoveries everyday mysteries and the science behind the headlines all in about ten minutes every weekday. It's a great addition to your daily listening whether you're a science nerd or you know just a little science curious. Subscribe now two shortwave from npr. Let's get back to my interview with cinco paul. He co created co wrote and wrote all the songs for the new series mega dune which is a loving satire of classic musicals from the nineteen forties and early fifties like oklahoma carousel. The music man. The sound of music south pacific and of course brune he also co wrote the animated films despicable me. The secret life of pets. Horton here's a. Who and the laura acce how you first exposed to musicals like where did you grow up. Did you see music theater. Was this all through movies. I grew up in phoenix arizona. So i didn't see a lot of shows live but my mom really loved musicals and she had cast according for i specifically remember camelot. Loving pretty young kid and listening to that was a weird kid singing. I wonder what the king is doing tonight. In my room memorizing the lyrics but i remember you know camelot and south pacific and guys and dolls and and hearing those a lot. And so that really. That's where my love affair with. Musicals began but also. I remember seeing singing in rain for the first time as a kid and donald o'connor doing make him laugh. And i thought that was the greatest thing i'd ever seen in my life. It was so funny. And i just loved it so that's really where it began when i was a kid and then i think a real key moment was i think was fourteen and was asked to play piano for my high school's musical and it was How to succeed in business without really trying and that really changed everything because then suddenly that became my tribe. You know the theater kids and they embraced me and you know i desperately wanted to be on stage but probably because i didn't really belong there. They kept saying nope single. We need you on. Please continue playing piano for us. But that's really where it deepened. Into something different. It became my community now. Did you want to continue in the musical community. This is not the direction you win. And until now you know in college i always sort of you know. I wanted to be on stage and so in college. I tried out for several musicals and and didn't get in. And i did end up playing piano for a bunch of and so at some point i realize well. Maybe that's not my thing and then i was really interested in being a pop musician. You know had always written songs from a pretty early age. And and so i think there was maybe a sense that well musical theater isn't cool. And i want to be elvis costello you know and and so that's what i focused but people would continually tell me. Oh that sounds like something from a musical. I was really offended. I'd say like what are you talking about. This is rock and roll. You know and so. I think life was telling me that that's where i belonged. But but and then you know life is weird you get you make choices and pulls you in different directions and and i got pulled into screenwriting and then ended up writing all these animated movies and and i sort of set that part of me aside for a while. Can you sing a few bars. Of one of your elvis costello ish songs. Oh my goodness. Let's see of man's last mistake and woman's i heard to the final heartache. From afar to flirt. I won't forgive and forget any more. Oh my gosh. I haven't song. Nineteen that's a single classic called. Forgive and forget you had a band yeah kind. I had a band in high school and it was kind of like needed forcing them to accompany me for my songs. So it wasn't a true band in a real sense and then i would do solo staff. I learned to play instruments. And then i'd go into the recording studio and make albums and and really that was kind of my dream. You know i wanted to be castillo. Randy newman paul mccartney. You know all my heroes. And there was a point where i realized i got married and we were expecting our first child and we were in north carolina at the time. My wife was in med school. And the plan was always after med school. We'll go to l. a. and pursue my music career but with impending fatherhood upon me. Suddenly i started to really question like what is that going to be. Is that the life. I want so i got the idea to apply to film school and i always felt very safe in academic settings. I'll play film school. And if i get into usc or ucla that'll mean that maybe that's the direction my career should go. And i got into usc and that kind of changed everything and got me on the screenwriting track as opposed to the pop musician. Track new we left something out of your music career early musical here. You're a member of the church of jesus christ of the latter day saints which most people i think no as the the mormon church. Your mother was a part of the church. Your father was catholic. But not practicing. And you got baptized. I think after right before or right after graduating from yale though right yeah right before i headed off to college okay and there was a musical celebrating hundred fiftieth anniversary of the church..

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"co" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"co" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"Generally speaking go ahead. Sorry you you've. I've seen you do that. You got what. You're maybe five core brands that are that are out there Five core lines rather than out there. Nationwide some of this stuff. We're talking about the con- pie and and by the way. I haven't mentioned it but this coffee doubts. Fantastic on it's been interesting as you guys have grown Especially with the new facility out in california. I'm james and i both follow. One of the facebook page is one of the facebook pages and over the last year. People get so excited look. I found athletic. They're here now as you've popped up in various locations With run wild and upside on and the the consistent consistent varieties that you've been putting out there. Yeah it's it's great and it's it's interesting we're still so young you know any day can still be the first day in market so there's a lot of excitement and we do have a lot of fun with creative stuff like you know. Jim made that coffee porter. The beans from bali in the local roaster. So yeah. do you think that that's not. That's a leading question. How about this skill ability. So you talk about your rapid expansion and just growth in general and something. We have a difficult time. Educating small-scale hop growers on when they hit that trajectory and they're ready to expand that some things in production are linear other. Things are not linear right. And you can't use the same equation across your entire expansion operation. Where where did you find. Maybe some linear expansion. Like your co pay scales. Pretty good but in other ones are like hockey sticks. You know it's like how do you know that going in. Was it a surprise for for us. It's always been concern at still concerned. You know where we started off in five gallon batches and we just had four hundred barrel fermenters delivered to california yesterday awesome so gone for five hundred or five gallons barrels. Pretty crazy so.

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"co" Discussed on CAMHS Talk

CAMHS Talk

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"co" Discussed on CAMHS Talk

"Some of the things we set about designing of some programs the works and projects on some resources that could help improve k. Production into the future So one of the things that we first started doing was to patong some workshops so we could really hey the voices of those parents and families and also am young people and they could contribute their ideas and thoughts into how co-productions should be into the future. So we all stems of a series of questions in a series of discussion topics. Talk about Some of those things were am. What does co-production mean to you. how would you like to see said Working together with children on their families in the future I'm we had lots of amazing amazing feedback. That's helping us with our resources. Such as the co-production charter. A top tips for professionals document at a resource learning package On something. I'm really excited about is that we had a fantastic illustrator documenting. All the voices of the families angry young people and he's created a big mural full of lots of little pictures and imagery that really brings to life some of the discussions that we had with the families and the young people. So i we had a workshop with parents and some professionals and then going forward and we replicated. The journey with our young people Now when we were planning these workshops that it was january time. We just gone into another lock down cave. It was quite a big Quite big issue So maybe whereas traditionally we would have saw everyone together and got together in a big event space and had lots of interaction office. Say that wasn't possible with cave. And so what we do. Is we us schools to if they could help us with this programme of work and so we the schools if they would like to participate Thirty five schools and other settings those things that youth grapes A variety of different educational settings so medical needs teaches. Visually impaired teaches They can't get the and we all got together and talk about what that kyp- doctrine workshop within their in school would look like and then they fantastic teachers and setting leaders. They went away and they conduct these workshops with schools so tightlipped seventeen different settings and schools took pot a matza total of around one hundred and sixty five children with special educational needs.

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Tribe Talk Connection

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"Resources and connections to make Jewish choices that they can feel proud of and connected to find meaning. I don't know if I can add anything to that. I think we really want tribe. Talk to be a place from the college selection process all the way through graduation, where we provide them with information on the college selection education on anti-Semitism anti-zionism as well as all the mirror organizations that are available on campus all the way through the student connection student stories, all the way through graduation, empowering them to find the most meaningful Jewish life that they can on campus that they want job. For themselves. So I think we need to grow our movement. I think we have as we shared earlier, I think that we are onto something and we have discovered that there's a niche that's not being met and our audience is growing older and one younger, frankly cuz we know that there's a need. We even in the junior high school and in the high school environments. And frankly, what I love very much to see is a mechanism for people to latch onto and join a r g. Not join our tribe and become more informed and to bring in an opportunity to learn more about the work that we're doing into their schools zip codes. No longer matter. And I know that I'm excited to share with the group that may not know who are listening the back in April, when we first launched, our first podcast, we actually went International. So we're excited to say we've got, we got game and we want to continue to grow our own network. And we need it with all of your help and tell your friends. And really, more importantly come to our website, 5, talk. Org and join us. We have a lot to share and we want to hear from you. I would add the song. To be grow, we're going to look to expand our Geographic presence. And one of the benefits of being online and online platform is that we don't need to be anywhere right now. We've sort of saturated or restarting to saturate the Bots Community, but we do hope to pick the next 10 to 15 cities and roll out and become more nationally known and recognized and get more kids onto the website and bring more organization together so that we can truly be this Central resource for students and organizations that are focused in a Target spot. Sweet spot of that of that bridge between high school and college. I actually would just add one more thing. I think Michelle framed it nicely. I actually think it's high school college and Beyond because we know that a lot of our students are going on to get graduate degrees and sadly many of these campuses that I'm thinking of one in particular, in New York is a hotbed for activity against anti-israel sentiment. And so I think it's, it doesn't end and we are not just sunsetting at an age in, in particular, so it's it's about Seekers of knowledge and helping those dead. Need to have agency as they grow and evolve into the best students and Learners. And humans, they can be, this was really Illuminating. And I want to thank Michelle black, Robin Friedman and Jude Sydney, the 3000 founders of tribe talk. Thanks so much guys for doing the podcast..

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Tribe Talk Connection

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"All the way through graduation empowering them to find the most meaningful jewish life that they can on campus that they wanna make for themselves so i think we need to grow our movement. I think we have as we've shared earlier. Think we are onto something and we have discovered that. There's a niche. That's not being met and our audience is growing older and it's growing younger. Frankly because we know that there's a need we even in the junior high school and in the high school environments. And frankly what i love very much to see is a mechanism for people to latch onto enjoying r. J. join our tribe and become more informed and to bring in an opportunity to learn more about the work that we're doing into their schools zip codes no longer matter and i know that i'm excited to share with the group that may not know who are listening the back in april may i launched our first podcast. We actually went international. So we're excited to say we've got we got game And we wanna continue to grow are really are network and we need it was all of your out and tell your friends and really more importantly come to our website. Five talk dot word and join us. We have a lot to share and we want to hear from you. I would add that as we grow. We're gonna look to expand our geographic presence and one of the benefits of being online online platform is that we don't need to be anywhere right now. We sort of saturated are starting to saturate the boston community. But we do hope to pick the next ten to fifteen cities and roll out and become more nationally known and recognized and get more kids onto the website in bringing more organization together so that we can truly be central resource for students in organizations. That are focused in a target spot. Sweet spot of that of that bridge between high school and college. I actually will just add one more thing i think. Michelle framed it nicely. I actually think it's high school college and beyond because we know that a lot of our students are going to get graduate degrees and sadly many of these campuses. And i'm thinking of one in particular in new. York is a hotbed for activity against anti israel sentiment. And so i think it's it doesn't end and we are not just sunsetting at an age in particular so it's it's about seekers of knowledge and helping those continue to have agency as they grow in evolve into the best students and learners and humans. They can be this was really illuminating. I wanna thank michelle. Black robin freeman and jude sydney. The three co founders of tribe. Talk thanks so much. Guys for doing the podcast. Thank you for giving us the chance to share our vision with a greater group of people were really looking forward to the future and it was nice to have the opportunity to talk a little bit more about the organization. What we're trying to achieve. Thank you jordan. It was a pleasure to talk to you about this. You've been with us from the very beginning. And it was really. We appreciate the opportunity to share our vision. What we're working on. I just want to mention that we would not be able to do this. With the support of the good people fund They are a fiscal sponsor. There are support. They are a wonderful sponsor generally and we would not be able to be where we are without them and also without two other key advisers. Dr rachel fish. Who's the head of the kraft family foundation against antisemitism together beat hate and also read the barsky who is the director of the jewish teen initiative at combined. Yours philanthropies.

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Tribe Talk Connection

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"All the way through graduation empowering them to find the most meaningful jewish life that they can on campus that they wanna make for themselves so i think we need to grow our movement. I think we have as we've shared earlier. Think we are onto something. We have discovered that. There's a niche. That's not being met and our audience is growing older growing younger. Frankly because we know that there's a need we even in the high school and in the high school environments and frankly what i love very much to see is a mechanism for people to latch onto enjoying r. J. join our tribe and become more informed and to bring in an opportunity to learn more about the work that we're doing into their schools zip codes no longer matter and i know that i'm excited to share with the group that may not know who are listening the back in april may i launched our first podcast. We actually went international. So we're excited to say we've got we got game And we wanna continue to grow are really are network and we need it was all of your out and tell your friends and really more importantly come to our website. Five talk dot word and join us. We have a lot to share and we want to hear from you. I would add that as we grow. We're gonna look to expand our geographic presence and one of the benefits of being online online platform is that we don't need to be anywhere right now. We sort of saturated are starting to saturate the boston community. But we do hope to pick the next ten to fifteen cities and roll out and become more nationally known and recognized and get more kids onto the website in bringing more organization together so that we can truly be central resource for students in organizations. That are focused in a target spot. Sweet spot of that of that bridge between high school and college. I actually will just add one more thing i think. Michelle framed it nicely. I actually think it's high school college and beyond because we know that a lot of our students are going to get graduate degrees and sadly many of these campuses. And i'm thinking of one in particular in new. York is a hotbed for activity against anti israel sentiment. And so i think it's it doesn't end and we are not just sunsetting at an age in particular so it's it's about seekers of knowledge and helping those continue to have agency as they grow and evolve into the best students and learners and humans. They can be this was really illuminating. I wanna thank michelle. Black robin freeman and jude sydney. The three co founders of tribe. Talk thanks so much. Guys for doing the podcast. Thank you for giving us the chance to share our vision with a greater group of people were really looking forward to the future and it was nice to have the opportunity to talk a little bit more about the organization. What we're trying to achieve. Thank you jordan. It was a pleasure to talk to you about this. You've been with us from the very beginning. And it was really. We appreciate the opportunity to share our vision. What we're working on. I just want to mention that we would not be able to do this without the support of the good people fund They are a fiscal sponsor. There are support. They are a wonderful sponsor generally and we would not be able to be where we are without them and also without two other key advisers. Dr rachel fish. Who's the head of the kraft family foundation against antisemitism together beat hate and also read the barsky who is the director of the jewish teen initiative at combined. Yours philanthropies in boston. These three organizations and people have been so supportive of us and we wouldn't be where we are today without them. We look forward to more.

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Tribe Talk Connection

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"And when i get together with folks. Whether it's my father-in-law ninety two and wanna hear about the work in the world that he lived in and still lives in terms of fights that he continues to have as a up stander. Leave it there. I do feel like it's about stories. People want to hear the stories. On what i think makes us uniquely Different is that we have on our website stories and scenarios of what college students shared when they been confronted with a challenge and they've been very vulnerable and very open and very authentic about what they knew or they didn't know what they wish they knew. And how they unpack these stories for our audience and it's really quite extraordinary. We originally talked about this organization as being four high school students by college students. There's probably a better way to say that we thought about having this be a initiative that really highlighted the voice of the college student for the high school students. One of the dimensions of our website is really hearing individuals students stories and we want us want track. Talk to be a neutral entrusted source of content. We don't want take a position. We want to offer opportunities for the students themselves to hear from others and learn about what's important to them through the lens of their peers and i think tried talk is really fitting for that type of conversation. In fact our next webinar is going to be a student. Only webinar that is going to be called current college students. Ask me anything soon-to-be talking about college and we have a panel of were lining up a panel of college students to talk to high school students and had any of their questions answered. That's really the heart of tribe talk. Let's talk about the future. What are your hopes and aspirations going forward michelle. Let's start with you. One of the main goals of for tribe talk is to help. Jewish students find their way to college through the college search process. Once they're on campus empowering them to feel proud of being jewish on campus and preparing them to encounter any antisemitism and anti zionism challenges they may face. We really hope to be the bridge from high school to college by.

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Tribe Talk Connection

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"Child find a college. You will see that. There are many different places to go to look for information about jewish life on college campus. But there's no one central resource so there's one website you can go to find out about antisemitic. Hate incidents that have been reported. There is a different website you can go to to learn about schools that have hill. Elle's there's a different website that you can go to to learn about. Schools are do not have wells. You can look on the school's website itself we're trying to do by the college. Comparison is take information from all those sources and put it into one complete guide. So if you wanna get you wanna compare one university versus another. You'll be able to sit in one organization one website and compare the two organizations. What kind of jewish life. They have whether they offer services. What kind of services whether they have kosher food. What kind of jewish organizations are on campus. Everything down to whether they have in a jewish acapella group jude another part of the population. You wanna reach has to be the parents of these high school and college kids. Think that's according to the students had game. But the parents he'd have gained two they can't be in conversation with the students and their kids and other kids frankly if they have no sense of of understanding of what the nuance. Perspectives are whether it's about israel or whether it's about anti zionism in semitism parents need to still understand what all the alphabet soup is as well so they can be informed and help guide their their sons and daughters and this is a village to raise a community. And we're all helping raise a larger community together. It's been a year. And i know you've seen some really cool progress so judy i'll start with you. An example of how tribe talk has really helped some students. So it's a great question jordan. One of the stories was actually really interesting with one of our fellows. One of the twenty five from the summer..

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Tribe Talk Connection

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"Who's ever worked on helping their child find a college. You will see that. There are many different places to go to look for information about jewish life on college campus. But there's no one central resource so there's one website you can go to find out about antisemitic. Hate incidents that have been reported. There is a different website you can go to to learn about schools that have hill. Elle's there's a different website that you can go to to learn about. Schools are do not have wells. You can look on the school's website itself we're trying to do by the college. Comparison is take information from all those sources and put it into one complete guide. So if you wanna get you wanna compare one university versus another. You'll be able to sit in one organization one website and compare the two organizations. What kind of jewish life. They have whether they offer services. What kind of services whether they have kosher food. What kind of jewish organizations are on campus. Everything down to whether they have in a jewish acapella group jude another part of the population. You wanna reach has to be the parents of these high school and college kids. Think that's according to the students had game but the parents need have gained two. They can't be in conversation with the students and their kids and other kids. Frankly if they have no sense of of understanding of what the nuance. Perspectives are whether it's about israel or whether it's about anti zionism in semitism parents need to still understand what all the alphabet soup is as well so they can be informed and help guide their their sons and daughters and this is a village to raise a community..

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Tribe Talk Connection

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"Oh, look, this person goes to Tufts and is available to talk to me so that we can be connector. Ultimately, we'd love to be a roommate connector and all kinds of program connector, but we'd like students to be able to connect with each other and have an ability to do that in a way that they don't currently have. And let me just add that we're doing all this on a multimedia platform that young people can identify with that. They're hip to Michelle. I think what we're trying to build is a network of connections for our students, as well as for the organizations that we're collaborating with in the high school space and on the college campus. So this idea of bringing people together is at the base is at the base of what we're trying to do. There are lots of cool multimedia, elements job That you'll find a tribe talk. Org. Let's focus on just one of them, robbing talk about the college comparison feature and why that's so valuable for anybody who's ever worked on helping their child, find a college, you will see that there are many different places to go to look for information about Jewish life, on college campus. But there's no one Central resource. So there's one website that you can go to, to find about anti-semitic hate incidents that have been reported. There's a different website. You can go to to learn about schools that have he'll L's. There's a different website that you can go to to learn about schools that are do not have Hillel. You can look on the school's website itself. What we're trying to do by the college comparison is take information from all of those sources and put it into one complete guide. So if you want, I can get you want to compare one University versus another. You'll be able to sit in one organization, one website, and compare the two organizations, what kind of Jewish life they have whether they offer services will cut off? Services. Whether they have kosher food, what kind of Jewish organizations are on campus, everything down to whether they have an a Jewish acapella group dude, another part of the population you want to reach has to be the birth parents of these high school and college kids. Think it's important that students have gained, but the parents could have gained too cuz they can't be in conversation with the students and their kids and other kids. Frankly, if they had no sense of of understanding of what the new ones perspectives are, whether it's about Israel, or whether it's about any design is more in semitism..

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Tribe Talk Connection

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"And so, you know, we have a wonderful consult who's working with us. Rachel fish. And I'm always wanted to Steve podcast that she recorded in fact with you Jordan about having your gang, finding your feet, finding your people. And so what I think is really important what I see tribe talk really doing in defining who we are in this landscape. Of very complicated organizational, whatever it is is that we're giving these kids agency and they're finding the ladders of the kids are a little bit older than me. A little bit younger than them and they are needing together fabric of a community of caring individuals that are stepping up and saying, hey, this is not okay. This is my college experience too. So I guess that's what I think tribe talk is unique in terms of what it's creating as we are in. Its first year, not even actually anniversary net yet but soon is really about the connectivity and building a stronger community on whatever college campus, our students are kids or other kids are finding to be their best choice for their college experience. And the audience that tribe talk. Org is addressing his certainly, the high school student, but it's also the college student, junior, or senior year, it's never too late to get the information. You need to survive and thrive on campus, right? And I think one of the things that we are not, and I will probably talk about this little further down in the, the interview is, we are not an advocacy group because thankfully ADL and seeing with us and opened or media, the many, many, many other authors, Nations that are out there that are doing important work, that we can direct our students to go to to get clarity to learn about having more of an understanding around topics than just don't feel as well. Informed. So again, it's really about that landscape. What I would call the ground, the ground cover, if you will to really give them a chance to be able to start identify, what is it? That I know. And what is it that I'm still at that, I'm lacking knowledge and and and awareness. And so I think that's really really important to differentiate who we are. And let's see of other acronyms out there. I was going to follow up on Jude's point the landscape knowing them to go when you get on campus and how to find your Jewish path. And the meaning in your Jewish experience, on campus is so integral to what we're doing here, it's not only the standing up for your Jewish identity and standing up for Israel, it's needing up for who you want to be as you become a young adult in the world. And so, if you really care about Hillel or habad, that's great. If you want to be in the Jewish fraternity, wage, Understand that to what tribe talk is doing, is not only the anti-zionist anti-Semitism. It's also doing the meaning making on campus, finding a place for these Jewish students to come back on and find a place of belonging and connection. That is so true..

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Tribe Talk Connection

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"co" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"We'll do it online. And then shortly thereafter we realized zoom is not a place for six hour seminar particularly since the kids. Were already zoomed out. From all of the schoolwork they ended up doing online and slowly but surely as a result of that we created tribe. Talk which is really an information hub as well as a connection in all. Stay with you if it's okay. Let's define the challenge. The problem where tribe talk can certainly make a difference so let me start by saying not every student who goes to college ends up being confronted by anti semitism anti zionism that is certainly not the case and a lot of students go to school and have a great experience and don't really have any sort of interaction with any negative experiences however many jewish students are faced with some form of antisemitism somewhere along the way their college experience and unfortunately they're getting it from the extreme right and extreme left so on the right. They're seeing a misses a rip down from their door frame or they're seeing a swastika on a building that they attend like a hill l. On the left denouncing zionism has really become a litmus test in many schools for students to participate in a social justice activity. And so for example. There was recently an op. Ed in an arizona state university student run paper that cell said that student groups should refuse to co sponsor events with pro israel groups. So that means. If you're pro. You shouldn't be allowed to participate in climate change or raising the minimum wage or other things that affect students that have nothing to do with being jewish being israel but you're being marginalized unless you wanted denounced zionism and there are many many examples of that. That have happened over the last year or last few years. And that's really what students are facing both from the right and from the left. We have a friend whose daughter came back from christmas break and said that over spring break she was going to go on birthright and her four roommates. Stop speaking to her. Why because they said if she was going to go to israel than she was anti-palestinian and couldn't talk to her and her attitude was not anti anything. I just want to go and learn and see and they said sorry. If you're going to go to israel we can't speak to you anymore. That is happening on college. Campuses as my oldest son. Evan was preparing to go to college. He's first your student at tufts university. We have the benefit of meeting with someone about track talk Who talked to us about the campus environment and one thing that was really concerning to me as he said the jewish students feel left out of progressive students spaces so of my son wants to rally for immigration reform immigration reform that could be sponsored by s j p which is an organization that he probably doesn't know what it's all about or what it stands for and he shows up promoting israel he's gonna be targeted with the star on his back no pun intended in. I think it's really important for us to know how there's this. One person termed baseball card activism. So a lot of these groups are organizing themselves together. And they're they're leaving. In some instances the jewish students out in and i think that The other thing i learned at talking to him was that when things do occur in the administration is always eager to respond and respond appropriately..

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