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Avoid This Popular Type of Crypto at All Costs

American Institute for Crypto Investors

00:29 sec | Last week

Avoid This Popular Type of Crypto at All Costs

"12 p.m. Wednesday January 25th, 2023. Avoid this popular type of crypto at all costs. It's that time of year again, the United States of America is teetering on the cliff edge of economic collapse because grandstanding politicians want to use the national debt ceiling as a bargaining chip to go after some agenda that. Read more. The post avoid this popular type of crypto at all costs appeared first on American institute for crypto investors.

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Who Profits From the Fight Against Climate Change?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Who Profits From the Fight Against Climate Change?

"Do you really think that the polar ice caps are going to melt in half of the world is going to be underwater by 20, 35? If you asked me to be honest, ain't no way in the world that could be a reality when a bank still alone and money for Martha's Vineyard and all these people buying houses in Miami Beach. House sitting on the water. $25 million house. They still do an insurance loans. On these multi-million dollar houses sitting on the water that if you listen to Al Gore, it should have been on the water by now. If the banks stopped giving loans and properties on beach fronts, then I would say, yeah, okay, global warming may be real. Something may be happening. But until then, miss me with that stuff. And my opinion, people who had a genuine concern who wanted to know is burning fossil fuel into the sky, CO2 emission is that causing conflict or not, genuine question. It went from that to a money grab. And I argued the same thing with the civil rights movement that we talked about yesterday. It went from legitimately wondering our black people being disenfranchised. Are the things that we're doing in our country that are counterproductive and not fair to everybody. They took that genuine concern and they went off a cliff with it.

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"cliff" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

07:42 min | Last month

"cliff" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"Ambitions to branch out far beyond the south. And the company's growth really began in the 1980s. Around the time cliff Hudson joined as a lawyer for the brand. Cliff never intended to rise to the top and become CEO, but he ended up becoming one of the company's longest running CEOs in history. And he recently wrote a book about his time there and what he learned about leadership. The book's called Master of None, how a Jack of all trades can still reach the top. At the age of 12, cliff's family moved to Oklahoma City after his dad's roofing business went bankrupt. The collapse had a ripple effect on cliff's family for many years after that. And it took his dad a long time to own a home again. So cliff was determined to get a safe and stable job one day. After graduating from the university of Oklahoma, cliff moved to Washington, D.C., where he started law school at Georgetown university. While this disruption had been going on my family, I watched some other families that I knew in town and particularly men had a family's who worked well. To a person, they were lawyers. And they practiced law and they were involved in politics and they were involved in community affairs. And as a 13, 14, 15, 16 year old, my reaction was, I like that. That's a very attractive. Their homes were being foreclosed on either. So this was for me that this was a more stable lifestyle. In addition to that, I had to say, as I finished, as I was winding up college, hadn't quite finished. I did for some period of time considering going on to graduate school, you know, night in law, but in either history or another related subject. And it was my dad that urged me not to do that. And he sent me some articles about lack of job availability, et cetera. So that kind of helped me think more about going into the law. So that actually is something I had been thinking about doing since I was literally 15, 16 years old. And so it was not a new thought, and I stayed on track. So when you, when you finished law school, you actually the first thing you did was to get a job at a corporate law firm. You moved to Baltimore. What was it like? Was it sort of an old school traditional law firm? Or was it more modern? This is 1980. What do you remember about that? It was a very old line. Large law firm, downtown, major bank building. So it was his real challenge for me to make that transition of going in the office every day and just sitting in a quiet office. You know, churning out documents. It was difficult. It was quite difficult. Yeah. I think fairly quickly. I reached the conclusion that that was probably a tough path. Baltimore seemed to be why it was attractive town in many ways. From a professional standpoint, it did seem like people who were born there grew up there were the folks that kind of had the inside track on things. In Baltimore, they didn't ask you where you're from. They asked you where you went to high school. And so it didn't take too long before my reaction was, this is probably going to be a long-term challenge. I was probably never really going to enjoy being an associate in the law firm and then kind of sitting and just working on documents and review and documents and review. Even once we returned to local city, that was still a tough thing. It just, my brain didn't work that way. How did you, I mean, your lawyers, 1984, so you're probably what in your late 20s, I guess. Yeah, I was just turning 30, yes. How did you get connected with this burger joint sonic? What's the story? Story was, it was a little familiar with the business because it was headquartered here. Sonic was headquartered in Oklahoma City. Yes. And more importantly, I had a former neighbor who was an officer of the company. And my wife and I invited him and his wife to a political dinner. And at the dinner, he told me that there was an open position at the company. And I met him later, tell me about it more, tell me about the company, et cetera. And made the decision to go over and meet the CEO and ultimately apply for it. So you joined and they hired you to work in the legal department. I guess this was 1984. Was sonic a pretty significant burger chain then. I mean, I hadn't heard about it. I mean, I was a little kid, but I can't remember hearing about it in the 80s. So what was the state of things that sonic at the time? It was shaky, although the foundation may have been decent, but it was small. And in the 70s there have been some very rapid expansion. I know when the founder Troy Smith sold the company into an ownership group of which he was part. He went from being the sole owner to one of 12, but the largest stockholder, the founder did. He had 225 stores. That was I'm pretty sure that was 1975. By 81, there were 1300. Wow. So they added a thousand stores. Wow. So it was a rapidly growing business by the early 80s. Very rapidly going, but without sufficient support to it from a site selection standpoint from a consistency of product and menu and so on. So in fact, in the next three years, they closed 300 stores. Wow. So they were down to like 6, 700 stores. By the time you joined. Well, just below a thousand. About 9 80, 9 70, when I joined the company, but the closures seemed to have come to a stop. And did they? Yes, they did. Okay, so you join, this is in the oil bus. And in sonic at that point, had mainly been in the south, right? Yes, that's correct. So, and sort of Oklahoma, Texas, Georgia, yes, George Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Texas. This is primarily a regional burger chain. And affected in part by the oil bust. Was sonic. I mean, you know, there's McDonald's at the time and I'm assuming McDonald's wasn't doing as bad, was sonic just not delivering, was it not able to compete with the quality of McDonald's? What was going on? Well, this was the early 80s and I suspect part of it may be in the peculiar circumstance from a competitive, the nature of how the company got to where it was. I think by 80 one, two, three, there were almost no stories in the metropolitan areas, there were virtually all rural. And so it's a little bit different kind of system. No quantum in Texas anyway, a lot of those rural communities were very badly hit by the oil by Louisiana, Arkansas. It was widespread pain. So I think the bigger cause for it though was this extraordinary expansion from 75 to 80 of basically a thousand stores. And you didn't have the base to supply the human resources to operate. I'm quite confident with that kind of expansion that we're not cautious on site selection. So if you have poor site poor management, you're just you're in trouble.

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Caller: The Women in Iran Teach Us True Courage

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Caller: The Women in Iran Teach Us True Courage

"Hi Sarah in Texas. Welcome to the party. Hi. Hi. Hey. Well, I hate to say I'm calling from behind enemy lines. But there's been no Ohio. It's okay. Hi there. There's been no mention of Iran and amazing thing that the women did there. And I seriously, I saw them and I just cried because I, even though I couldn't be there, I was with them. And that's what we need, that's what we do. Well, I mean, I think we need to stick together. Yeah, and I think we don't. Honestly, I was saying to a friend this weekend, cliff, I feel like we don't get what real courage looks like sometimes in America. And first of all, one political party is just that will be the story of our time, not just Trump, right? The cowardice of the Republican Party as a whole. Well, when you think about it, look at zelensky when they were like, we can get you out. He's like, I don't need transportation. I need more defenses. I'm staying, right? When you look at the women for Iran who the women's soccer team that took off their headgear and were like, no, we're not going to sit here in your repressive misogynistic patriarchal system. We are equal. And others joined in, I think, even the men's team joined into and look at that you're right. They got rid of the didn't they get rid of like the ministry of whatever it is. The ministry of whipping people. They say they did. If they did, yeah. I mean, I know, but at least the point is they feel a need to publicly give in and make some concessions, which usually when you start doing that, it tells you the tide is changing. I don't believe it's called the ministry of whipping people. Close. Right, whatever. I mean, he's smarter than I am. The translation is a loose translation.

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Cliff Schecter on How House Democrats Should Handle Republicans

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Cliff Schecter on How House Democrats Should Handle Republicans

"I don't think Republicans are going to work with us. They have no interest in lowering inflation or anything. This is all they're going to do is investigation. Let's say that. Sorry, go ahead. No, I said, how do we handle that? Democratic mess. Well, so here's what I would say. First of all, paint them into a corner. We don't do that enough. You know they create these demons with people like Nancy Pelosi who aren't even demons. Marjorie Taylor Greene is a demon. Yeah. She should be the face of their party. She's the one pulling on McCarthy strings. And they're not even guaranteed that he has the votes yet. So what I'm hoping is, go ahead. Go ahead, no finish, 'cause yeah, go ahead. I did a little bit of research, and you have to do a lot of research to find normal Republicans. And there are actually like three or four in the house. There's one Latina from the Miami area who voted in favor of background checks, version in favor of the keeping the Affordable Care Act was pro choice and also their stuff. And I thought, why don't Democrats grab the half dozen Republicans who are sane, go and make a power sharing agreement, make this woman speaker and just get her to agree to bring up some decent legislation and just chop Kevin McCarthy because already. He doesn't have the votes. Well, this is the shade that Jeffrey's just through, just real quick. Let's take a listen. Hakeem Jeffries. On what you just said. You expect that Kevin McCarthy is going to be speaker? Well, that's a question at the end of the day that the Republicans are going to have to work out. He seems to be having a difficult time at this moment getting the two 18. But we'll see what happens on January 3rd. Yes. I was going to see the other one that would be a good candidate is David valadao from the Fresno area because his district is actually a Biden controlled district, but he got reelected. But he voted for impeachment. He also voted on the gun safety and he also voted for abortion rights. And another one of those ones I liked. I didn't know if he had held on though, is that been officially his officially held on? It looks like he's going to win. I don't know if it's been a call yet, but if I am happy to be happy like you, I have not given up on the blue tsunami. I think there might be just enough GOP that are either indicted. Or we can bring the others to sanity and we could still control the house.

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Can Trump Get Out of His Own Way?

The Officer Tatum Show

02:14 min | 2 months ago

Can Trump Get Out of His Own Way?

"Listen, let me tell you this. I thought Donald Trump was a tremendous president. He was the best president in my lifetime. And I legitimately believe that they stole the election in 2020. I mean, I believe that they did it. Now, let me say this. It wouldn't even been sellable if Donald Trump would have had the same level of popularity or even a greater popularity in 2020 as he did in 2016. It started to fall off the cliff during COVID. Now, that may not have been his fault. I get that. They were dragging them his whole presidency in line and doing fake investigations. But COVID-19, they were able to manipulate that situation in the making Trump look bad. The economy was hurting all of the above. And when those things are perfect storm, a lot of people begin to turn on Donald Trump. And I honestly believe a lot of people did not vote for him. That if they had voted for him, no matter what they did in 2020, he was going to win no matter what. There was not enough cheating that they could have done. That could have stopped that landslide victory that Donald Trump would have had. But with that being said, you may not understand I may not understand why people can not look beyond the foolery to vote for policy. Because in my mind, it doesn't matter if he met with Nick Fuentes or not at the end of the day. I know that Trump may not have known who he was because he's not a very popular person. But also, I understand that Trump's policies are better than Democrats policies. And I'm willing to suck it up and that it's not, you know, he's not the perfect candidate, but he's better than the candidates that are running, and I think he can actually make this country better if he put the trash aside and just focus on being a president and policies. Donald Trump can kill it as the president of the United States of America. Our country will be renewed. If Donald Trump can separate the two and become the president of the United States of America. But if you can't have discernment, enough to avoid meeting with Kanye West alone, you are in trouble.

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Charlie Pierce Believes Georgia Republicans Will Abandon Walker

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Charlie Pierce Believes Georgia Republicans Will Abandon Walker

"Do you think all this affects the Georgia runoff? Turnout, et cetera. I go back and forth on it and I don't know. I mean, I rely on Greg bluestein for all of my Georgia political knowledge. I think that people are going to run away from her soul like lemmings over the cliff after what happens. There's no reason to vote for him. The only reason to vote for him would have been if the Senate was on the line. Right. Yeah. That's the only reason anybody any sensible human being would have for voting for him. And it's a pretty bad reason, by the way. But now there isn't one. I mean, it just there's no reason to vote for the guy.

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Kyle Seraphin: The FBI Pushes a Critical Race Theory Agenda

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Kyle Seraphin: The FBI Pushes a Critical Race Theory Agenda

"What's the extent of it in the bureau They push in this junk too Yeah the FBI has gone over the cliff on this stuff I think in a lot of ways I've got a 56 page document that at some point will be public I'm sure it's mandatory sexual orientation and gender indoctrination by the FBI And so it's kind of funny It's one of those things that there's so many people on the FBI's payroll that think this is garbage And so this is not this is not widely accepted I would say but it is being pervasively pushed And so you've got whether it be the gender ideology the sexual orientation stuff the LGBTQ pushes The people that I met that are FBI agents and even the most of the folks in the analytical department like they just look at people as people and they can look at them as individuals That's kind of the American perspective We all have the same oath I think a lot of people are on that category So much so that when the FBI put this kind of crazy gender orientation training out it was so poorly received because we've got our own internal kind of comment section on this stuff that they actually pulled it quietly from the mandatory training list and they never mentioned it again One of my friends actually managed to maintain it And so I've got to look at it And I remember I specifically just said if they're going to fire me over this great but I'm not going to take it So I actually ignored it And I didn't realize that it went away until people told me how badly it was how bad it looked So when they put it back out it's like holy moly I can not believe these people are trying to push this But you're right It just makes people feel like people are individuals They're not groups I think that FBI agent should be looking at people's individuals Most of them do thankfully And whatever the DEI group or the diversity equity inclusion type folks like they're the ones who are really pushing like a kind of a nasty agenda and it's so far being resisted but not forever unsure Just as you hire more college grads that come out and have more left leaning ideas we're going to see more of it

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Will New House Republicans Side With Democrats to Get Things Done?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Will New House Republicans Side With Democrats to Get Things Done?

"You said blame them all. Trump Republicans, their media, their voters because they form a cluster of insanity and degradation, a heaving ball, heading towards a cliff, 2022 was us stepping out of the way before a dragged us with them. We're not out of danger yet, but damn, it feels like we've dodged a catastrophe. And boy, howdy. That is really true. I mean, yeah, go ahead. I mean, I think that on some level, if the house does go Republican, they're gonna have to do some of the stupid hearings that they talk about. I think they're still talking about a Hunter Biden hearing, which is just Travis. Sorry. I want to point out on that subject. I do think you're right that they're going to these hearings, but remember, these are going to have to be in committees and committees are going to be evenly divided because the house is so close. So all it takes is one Republican, one sane Republican, which I know that's a long shot, but from a district that flipped these new York people. They're not going to be able to risk these crazy votes to keep their receipts. So I don't even know if the investigations are going to move that much. Well, Chris Hayes tweeted, I feel like the universe wants the house to be 2018, 2017, and you said one Republican could certainly be tempted to go independent and caucus with Dems. I mean, I think the jury is really still out on what happens with the house. And I think that if it's within a couple of a couple of seats, which it seems like it's going to be, no, excuse me. Yeah. Too much joy. And swallow swallow. Where it seems like it's heading, certainly, some of those Republican representatives are going to say, okay, you know what? I'd rather get stuff done. Then have to sit through Marjorie Taylor Greene going off about drag

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Telling the Truth About Gender

The Officer Tatum Show

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Telling the Truth About Gender

"I have to finish the conversation I was having about the whole gender thing. I know a lot of people get mad at me and you know not a lot of people y'all, y'all smart enough to like people get in a feelings when people like myself go hard against these weird mentally ill ideologies. Like I just think it's invaluable that we stand up against this stuff. You know, a lot of people are afraid to say something. That's how they've taken over society. Like, no, we should not acquiesce to this. No, no, no, you can't believe that you're a man. We're not gonna call your man, you are a woman. You can't believe it. You keep that to yourself. I don't have to identify with your mental illness. And they don't mean I have to be mean to you. But I have to tell the truth because if we can't keep it real and tell the truth, we gonna fall off a cliff somewhere.

Green Bay is overdue for a win; Eagles are largest of 8 road favorites in Week 9

AP News Radio

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Green Bay is overdue for a win; Eagles are largest of 8 road favorites in Week 9

"Rob Marty AP lead NFL writer here with pro picks for week 9 the four pack is 21 and 11 this season There are 8 home underdogs this week and I don't like any of them So let's start with Green Bay minus three at Detroit Aaron Rodgers in a packers they've lost four in a row There are three and 5 for the first time since Brett Favre was in Green Bay The lions have lost 5 in a row after all that hard knocks hype The packers were competitive in Buffalo and their due for a breakout win Green Bay 30 23 Next we'll look at one of the 5 home favorites Arizona minus one against the first place Seattle Seahawks Kyler Murray has been a major disappointment in the Cardinals are one in three at home this season 11 and 17 at home under cliff Kingsbury Meanwhile Seahawks quarterback Gino Smith is thriving in his first full season as a starter since 2014 I'm not ready to hand the division to Seattle though cardinals 27 24 For my upset special the defending Super Bowl champions are plus three on the road in Tampa where they ended the Buccaneer season last year Tom Brady and the bucks are struggling They've lost 5 of 6 The offense can't score the defense's terrible coaching has been a problem The rams are only three and four and they have their own issues but I can see Aaron Donald dominating a week interior offensive line Rams 22 20 For my best bet another road favorite the LA chargers coming off a by are three point favorites against the NFC south leading Atlanta Falcons The falcons are four and four and supposed to be rebuilding instead they lead the division The Chargers are four and three and supposed to be contenders This week both teams play like it chargers 31 20 For more insight and predictions on every game check out pro picks on AP news dot com

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Fans in 'Fight Antisemitism' shirts courtside at Nets game

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Fans in 'Fight Antisemitism' shirts courtside at Nets game

"There were demonstrations against antisemitism at a Monday night NBA game in New York I Norman hall fans wearing fight antisemitism shirts occupied some courtside seats at the Brooklyn Indiana game days after nets guard Kyrie Irving tweeted out a link to a film that includes added Jewish tropes Irving defended his decision to do so on Saturday then deleted the tweet Sunday after a massive outcry including criticism from the nets and the anti defamation league Irving has previously supported the idea of the earth being flat recently shared a cliff from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and was unavailable for most of the nets home games last season because he refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19 I Norman hall

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Get Over It; Donald Trump Is Not a Racist

The Officer Tatum Show

01:35 min | 4 months ago

Get Over It; Donald Trump Is Not a Racist

"I want to jump on Donald Trump real quick. People are still nutty when it comes to president Donald Trump. They're still nutty. I don't understand why they can't just get over it. You didn't like his policy. Just say you did like his policy, or you didn't like him as a person, move on. But to lie and say he's a racist and all this stuff, it's just absolutely stupid to me. Now, with that being said, you know the view is a bunch of women having hot flashes because none of them make any sense and they're all ignorant, folks. And I think it's intentional. It's no way they could be grown in that dumb. However, I want you to listen to what Alyssa Ferrara, I think that's how you say her name. What she had to say on the view about Donald Trump condoning or not condoning white supremacists, roe cliff four. I remember saying to Donald Trump once the easiest thing to do is to condemn white supremacy. Any day of the week, Monday through Friday or Monday through Sunday. And I don't get why that's not more common. The only reason 'cause she's hot. That's it. Can I be honest with y'all? The only reason she got a place on her 'cause she's hot. The only reason anybody listening to her 'cause she's fine. Can we just, nothing, she said, make any sense. She's a complete liar in a fraud. Because if she say that she'd been telling Donald Trump that he should not condone white supremacy, and she's there with him every day. And I got the clips, baby. The forgotten man hooked me up. I got the clips of a Montage two minutes of Donald Trump saying that he do not condone. He condemn white supremacy.

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How Charlie Ended Up on the Government Enemy List

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

How Charlie Ended Up on the Government Enemy List

"The story from just the news dot com that we have been focusing on is just extraordinary. This organization that was in charge of this should be investigated by the new Congress. It's unbelievable if we're able to take back the house which I believe we will. Targeting voices and organizations that they don't like. Silencing and censoring them, it really makes you believe. It really makes you pegs the question. How many seats in the Senate? How many seats in the House of Representatives? How many governors mansions would we control if we had a fair fight? If we had a fair fight against the left, what would the country look like? Maybe this is one of the reasons why they have felt so confident going into these midterms. Maybe this is why they don't slow down and they're driving us off a cliff. Inflation open borders, how many other tricks do they have up their sleeve? From manipulating our elections to interfering directly into the discourse of the country. We saw it firsthand, we have the evidence we have the goods, I think our lawsuit would be very compelling. We have damages and we have direct off a cliff engagement on multiple social media sites and now we know why. The Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency and the State Department inexcusably targeted my own social media. Right here, I'm a threat to the regime allegedly, supposedly I'm such a threat to the federal government because I ask questions about an election because we call out the nonsense of what's happening in the federal government, there's a list of us together, as I've mentioned, James Woods, James O'Keefe, Rick grinnell, Breitbart News, Eric Trump, gateway pundit Donald Trump Jr., all of us together being suppressed and silence, millions of times.

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How Dean Cain Prepared to Play a Pastor in 'No Vacancy'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | 4 months ago

How Dean Cain Prepared to Play a Pastor in 'No Vacancy'

"Play pastor cliff Lee, is it Lee? Yeah. In the movie, and so yeah, what prepared you to play a page? Did you ever think you'd play a pastor as kind of an interesting thing, right? Yeah. Well, I've played a lot of pastors now in my day. And it's really interesting because I've met so many and spent so much time, you know, on a one to one level throughout years and one of the things you realize with the pastors is they're just people too, you know? And sometimes people look at a pastor and they think that they're just this, you know, this force, this power and everything's perfect in their lives and always has been, that's not true for anybody. So it was really interesting. Cliff Lee is the pastor himself is an amazing guy. He's much taller than me. So I've tried to play as tall as I could, but what a sweet, wonderful guy he is. And his whole, what's happening with him is, you know, he has his own sort of journey in that he's trying to help the homeless because the numbers are huge in South Florida at the time, but this is going on. And so he wants to buy, he felt called from God to go and buy this motel nearby and turned it into a homeless shelter. And it would cost, you know, a million something to do so. And they were already having financial problems, but he just felt like this was the thing he was being called to do. And he didn't know how it was going to happen. And he always turns the God was like, okay, I don't know how it's going to happen. You show me how this is going to happen. I'll keep pushing. And eventually, the community comes together in a wonderful way. Kind of like it's a wonderful life. And it's an amazing, it's an amazing feel good moment, but it's true. That's what makes it so wonderful. So

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Mitch McConnell Was Trump's Enabler-in-Chief

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:03 min | 5 months ago

Mitch McConnell Was Trump's Enabler-in-Chief

"This is what I was saying about, you know, Mitch McConnell's absolutely right, the quality of their Senate candidates suck because they went with Donald Trump's picks, right? Correct. Well, I mean, you know, there's so many off ramps from the grave and by the you know what video to the first impeachment were McConnell wouldn't step up. By the way, when Obama invited McConnell to step up with him and point out the Russians were helping Trump refuse to do it. Second impeachment, when apparently McConnell was going to vote to convict, then back off and said, oh, he'll just go away. Yeah, Donald Trump will just go away. They empowered him. It would have been tough for them at the time. They would have had a fight in their party, they would have lost some people, but longer term. They would have been healthier. Instead, at every turn they let this guy off the hook, they empowered him. So what happened? He didn't pick the best candidates. He picked the ones that are loyal to him. And remind him of himself, which means mentally unbalanced, cheese ball fame, you know, mammoth Oz, you know, the pill pushing doctor and Herschel Walker a hundred years ago football player who can't put a sentence together. I mean, these are the people he picked.

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Cliff Schecter on How Democrats Are Finally Learning to Punch Back

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:36 min | 5 months ago

Cliff Schecter on How Democrats Are Finally Learning to Punch Back

"Talking about, you know, I think that's getting more and more popular sort of, you know, we were just played some Eric swalwell. Alpha liberal, like, you know, I think many of us are learning how to punch back, right? Biden's ratings are up. There are Democrats that are really out there, I think, vocalizing everything that Biden and the Democrats are getting done. And Republicans offer nothing. Well, I mean, when I came on here in the past, we would have a group misery party about like, why can't Democrats do this? Why can't you always comment when there's negative things about them and jump in instead of instead of offering no comment, like they've raided Mar-a-Lago, go comment. But we've gotten so much better at talking about what Biden's doing. We've gotten so much better. And they have. I mean, to me, I mean, and I hope it ends up being a seminal moment in this campaign when their White House do you know that the president tweeted out all the tweeted out the PPP loans that each of these SOBs, these complete hypocritical liars who didn't tell these students who just want to take money and have no accountability and then you find out that, you know, chuck grassley sitting there on his forearm a 112 years old. And he's sitting there just collecting government money. He never pays back. None of these guys ever, but it's okay. They're white. So they don't have to. And I mean, the fact that they went to The White House account that they did that, the fact that Biden, people were like, why do you say semi fascists? And I was like, guys, keep your eye on the ball. He used the word fascist in there. That's the word people are going to remember. It was uncomfortable for him to even get to that place. We're getting there.

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Jeremy Adams: Something Dramatic Shifted Around 2010 With Students

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Jeremy Adams: Something Dramatic Shifted Around 2010 With Students

"Would you say that the average student in the year 2002 1010 were marginally within the same issues, worldview, and then you saw it just go off a cliff. Can you expand on that, please? Yes, that is such a great question. Thank you for pointing that out, is if you look at students from 1998 to 2010, you know, roughly roughly the same experience. But in the last ten to 12 years, there has been a radical change. I mean, I can go on and on. But I mean, so many things. Number one is students used to when we talk about politics, you know, students used to say, well, my mom says this or my dad says this or my grandparents say this. Charlie, nobody talks about their parents anymore. Nobody talks about their grandparents anymore. They don't care. If people don't and they don't talk to them. You know, people don't eat meals with families anymore. I remember about 5 or 6 years ago. I mentioned the phrase the family dinner. My students looked at me like I was on something. Like, what are you talking about? I said, you know, you know, when you sit down with your two parents and, you know, you sit down and eat a meal. They're like, we don't do that. Most of my students, because I live in an impoverished area. Most of them have a single parent. They're working multiple jobs. When they get their dinner, they go to their room and sit on the couch. The kids, they go to their room. I mean, let's be honest, when the students talk about politics nowadays, they are more likely to quote somebody on Twitter or TikTok than they are their own parents. But the big, big, big seismic change. And this is the big one. Cell phones, the technology has changed everything. It is a, I mean, there is a chasm, a Grand Canyon between you said 2015, about 2014, 2015 and today, everything changed. I mean, if you think about it this way, if you were an alien and you came down and you looked at kids in the year 2010. And then you came back in the year 2022. You would think that we had evolved to look down all the time that we now have something that's evolved into our hands. The attention spans are zero. I mean, one of the most disturbing things that I saw last year was that a student at the end of the year said, mister Adams, you keep recommending all these great movies for every unit. Like, you know, I was teaching World War II and I'm like, when you get older, you got to watch Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan. And they're like, we don't watch movies. And I said, well, why not? And they're like, well, we can't pay attention to them.

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Peter Strzok Defends FBI After Trump Mar-A-Lago Raid

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | 6 months ago

Peter Strzok Defends FBI After Trump Mar-A-Lago Raid

"I want to talk about Peter stroke for a minute. I think I'm seeing his name. He should be Peter stroke. He should have a stroke for all that line he'd been doing on president Donald Trump. He came out on television and we got a clip of it. Let me figure out which clip number it is, but he comes out. He rears his head and he is the most untrustworthy person on Planet Earth in the last man. That should be talking about Donald Trump or anybody else related to the Trump raid. Let's go to clip four. Let's play cliff for roller coaster. Joe absolutely the American public should trust what the FBI is doing. You know what's funny is I think back the year and a half that I spent with the team looking at Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. There is no concern. There is no outrage on behalf of any Republican as we used search warrants as we went out and did a very invasive investigation to try and get to the bottom of what she did or didn't do. So it's not that the FBI is targeting any one side or the other. Ladies and gentlemen, this is like the devil telling you that you should trust the devil.

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"cliff" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"cliff" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Marketable skill. And I had already been making a few $1000 a month teaching people out of podcasts. So I figure at least I get to if I leave my day job, I get to make my own schedule and I can do my content, creation on the side, and I'll make money from the podcast coaching consulting. And that's how I got into becoming the podcast answer man. But man, I started to evaluate this belief see after ten years of podcast coaching consulting, you know, I trained more than 40,000 people out of podcast and I'm like, you know what? I'm kind of bored of this. This is actually gotten as much. This has become as much of a distraction from me creating content that's entertaining educational encouraging and inspirational as sending out proof of insurance cards to people at the courthouse all day long. I'm like, man, I was meant for something so much more than this. And I started to ask myself, I had a dream and gosh, my dream scares me, John. It's still scares me today. Do you know what my current dream is? I don't. My biggest dream, John, I literally have a dream. I have a vision that I will be selling stadium events where tens of thousands of people come to hear me speak. Wow, that's my dream. Well, cliff, I happen to know that you are as we speak in the process of fulfilling that dream. So why don't you share with us with fire nation exactly where

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"cliff" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"cliff" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"And so when I think about, man, cliff, you're fat, you'll always be fat and all that other stuff. Well, John, I can tell you right now where some of those beliefs came from. And it was the number of kids who, and by the way, I look back and I see how ridiculous it is because I have pictures of me in elementary school. All right, because my mom was one of those parents that paid for all of those school pictures and stuff like that. And you know what? Okay, so maybe maybe I may not have looked like a stick figure if you were to draw me. But the thing is I was not, I was not obese. I would say, I don't even know that I would be classified as overweight, but man, I wasn't the string being as some of the other kids that I went to school with in elementary school. But you know what I did have? I had these gigantic, big, fat lips. All right? Which by the way, my face grew into my lips. So a lot of people look at my lips today and they're like, man, cliff, you got good lips. I've had some people tell me that. But let me tell you, you take the big, huge, gigantic, amazing adult sized lips that I have on my face today, and you put it on an 8th grader, and what had happened was I went to the school and my nickname was, well, I can't tell you, I can't speak the words personally, out loud, what I was called, what my nickname was, but I will say that it rhymed with tigger lips. I heard that name called to me every single day on the bus on the school playground. I was called that nickname my entire life.

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"cliff" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"The month prior. So every business owner, especially a small business owner, wakes up, they have the first couple of things they look at every day, bank statement, how many transactions. So I was just hoping to see at least a one. And I saw like a 200 and something. So I immediately thought I was fraud, but when 15 minutes, I was able to trace it all back to these Twitter posts from randoms without any big followers. And it was a lightbulb went off and it was that day. We went back and we reviewed all the contracts from the fighters from from the bodybuilders and the CrossFit guys and said, you know, who can we immediately get rid of on good terms and switch over and my next call was to mason. And I said, look, man, I need the phone number of all your buddies. And they were all YouTubers. And they weren't eSports wasn't a term influencer marketing wasn't a term. These were guys that were either making videos of them sniping and Call of Duty or how to get past the different math. They were all making gaming videos. And we switched immediately. And we saw that we only wanted to do business with the guys that liked our product. That was super important. So it was authentic and real. And that was it. Them telling other people about their good experiences, legitimately and authentically is how we build a business. And fast forward to today, it's pretty much the same thing. Cliff, one of the things I talk about a lot is recognizing opportunity. And one of the questions I always ask is, how did you see this opportunity? And it sounds like part of the answer and maybe this is a great lesson for the viewer was you were checking sales every single day. Even as the CEO, the company, this is something you were watching, not on a weekly basis or biweekly or monthly..

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"cliff" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

05:40 min | 9 months ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"Going to put it somewhere on the business of eSports. But right now it's going to be just for my students. All right. We're going to do my intro, ready in three, two, one from the keyboard to the boardroom. This is the business of eSports leadership series after years of providing insight on the business of gaming, we decided we would invite some of the biggest names in the industry to give you the viewer, a window into their management style, leadership lessons and so much more. These are the most successful people in all of eSports and you now have a front row seat to learn from them, absorb their knowledge, and hopefully come away with a deeper understanding of what it takes to manage and lead successfully in the gaming world. On this episode, we have none other and this is literally one of my favorite people in the whole world. None other than the CEO of G fuel cliff Morgan, G fuel cliff, it's safe to say the greatest energy drink in all of gaming is that is that fair to say. I would certainly agree with that statement. I might be a little biased. Yes. But for those of you who maybe don't know about you, just let's start with telling our viewer a little bit about yourself and your background. Just a bit of the cliff story. Okay, so if we go way back in time, I got out of college and started my career on Wall Street. I was a retail stockbroker. I spent about 14 years working my way up into corporate finance, but during those 14 years, I got good at drinking expensive bottles of wine and having big meals with fancy clients. And gaining weight and buying new suits every year. And to the point where in about 1999 or 2000, I was in really bad shape. I was pretty overweight. My dad had his first coronary and his 30s. So I started, you know, as I got older, I started to feel more mortal and realized one day, hey, I got to get into shape and get my life together and learn how to eat and drink and exercise. And I really into fitness. And in about 2004, I started a fitness company that basically made.

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"cliff" Discussed on Advanced Principles Podcast

Advanced Principles Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on Advanced Principles Podcast

"Be day one like on the sale side, but the benefit absolutely is there and for years and years to come. I'm concerned now that we're going to flood the market and we're going to now shift back the other way. Cliff Childers is the national sales manager for NAE N one, a warranty administrator headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. In his role, cliff leads the sales division and is also responsible for the ongoing development and delivery of the cutting edge products that NE provides to their agent and dealer clients. Prior to his promotion to national sales manager in 2019, cliff served as an account executive with NAE for 8 years. Cliff's main objectives during his time as an account executive were to provide individualized in field support for his agency clients, drive agency development to a new level and develop lasting relationships resulting in new client acquisitions. Cliff has over 21 years of experience in the automotive industry. He began his career managing a full service repair facility for Bridgestone firestone, and then entered the administration industry, where he served 5 years as an account executive for Zürich. Cliff decided to make the change to NAE because of his belief in the vision and unique culture of the company offers. Cliff is a graduate of the University of Kansas where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in human biology and a minor in Spanish. NAE is very proud of cliff for being featured in agent entrepreneur magazine as one of their 40 under 40. Cliff resides in Shawnee, Kansas with his beautiful bride Brittany and their two daughters Cora and Chloe. All right, so cliff, welcome to app. Thank you so much for being a part of our podcast here and a guest to talk about fixed ops February and a program that I know is near and dear to your heart warranty forever. So thank you for being a part of this. Yeah, absolutely. Thanks for having me looking forward to it. Yeah, and definitely focusing on the fixed top piece. So thank you. Yeah. Yeah, very cool. So I'm very familiar with your background, some people may not know how many years or decades we go back to each other, but I am excited for you to share your story with all the listeners out there. I think it's a really cool story to tell. So why don't you give us a brief background on yourself and your professional journey? Yeah, so I'm glad you framed it that way, 'cause I was gonna ask you, do you want me to start with the 20 years that you and I, you know, over four different opportunities have worked together, either side by side, or in some capacity, because it doesn't leave a whole lot left. So yeah, so really my story went to the University of Kansas and during that time, as you know, but many of the listeners or viewers don't. I ran Bridgestone firestone operation. And really, that was the foundation for my career. And the reason for that, not only did it teach me how to lead and mentor. In some cases, some individuals such as technicians who can be challenging at times, you know, how to deal with the general consumer deliver bad news, of course, because nobody really separates funds for car repair. But really, it'll allow me to focus on the fixed ups piece. And everything that I learned in that opportunity, which was huge. And then from there, you and I, again, you working with you at Bridgestone firestone, then created the opportunity at Zürich where I was a field rep in Oklahoma. Not only on the side of things, but also property and casualty. And what a great state. I do thank you every day for helping me sell property and casualty in Oklahoma..

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"cliff" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Lo and behold, I'm sitting there watching about three hours worth of gym runs teaching. And wait, I learned that from Tony learned that from Jim rohn. And here's the thing, Jim rohn says, and what I'm teaching you here, I learned from my mentor Earl shelf, I think, was his name. And then I read the book psycho cybernetics by doctor Maxwell maltz. And it's like, wait a second, about 30% of this book is what Tony's teaching, but this book was written in the 60s. And I'm like, okay, if Tony can take this information from other people and then share it and here's what I can tell you. Earl shelf, I went and found some stuff. It's like that stuff's way too old. Jim rohn. I actually purchased some stuff and Jim rohn lacks the talk. This over and over again and it's like, oh my gosh, if I bought an audiobook to listen on a four and a half hour road trip, and I got about an hour in and I'm like, okay, I need a break from Jim rohn's voice. But I could listen to Tony Robbins for what thousands of hours. Because I've proven that. And I'm like, oh, then it clipped. I don't have to be original with my ideas. I just need to bring my approach to it. And I'm not going to take their transcripts and read it. I'm going to take what they've taught, I'm going to apply it to my life. I'm going to then go and share with the world what I've learned from Tony, which he learned from Jim, which he learned from Earl. I'm just going to share what I've learned. I'm going to share my experience, and then I'm going to teach it in my own unique way. And that's, that's all it is. And that's what I did with lost. And occasionally, I come up with a unique idea that is my own. The Thomas theory, unique cliff ravenscraft trademark. But most everything I've ever taught in this world is not unique to me. It's things that I've read in books, things that I've learned from other people. But I have applied it, processed it, and then taught it in my own unique way. And so that's what I'm saying. Number one, you do not have to have a unique idea. You just need to actually understand that you are unique. Here's what I can say. There are going to be some people in this world who will never in the million years. If they lived a million years on this planet, that would ever want to hear Tony Robbins speak for more than ten minutes. But they might love listening to me talk. And I've had people say, cliff, stop giving, you know, like, oh my gosh, you can go get this one Tony. Just tell me because I'm gonna hear it from you. That's why I listen to you. And they're like, I can't stand how much he curses or this or that or his gravelly voice because he's lost his voice over the years. But man, just teach, I love listening to you. And so I eventually shut down podcast answer man, rebrand it after 438 episodes of podcast answer man. I took that show feed and called it the cliff ravens crash show, where I told everybody, I've said, this is me putting my line in the sand. I'm no longer the podcast answer man. I am now the mindset answer man. And I shut down all of my podcasts, training courses and everything..

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"cliff" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"And now you're talking about creating content that makes you come alive and I'm thinking when you took a monologue about Thomas theory, a few minutes back, you had lots of passion and excitement as you were going through that, right? And it was special. And it was a unique twist because it's something that you're the only one who had that thought or that impression. So two questions on this. One is how important it is for us as newer podcasters to being unique and special and not being a secondary just a secondary source. So first off, how important is it in secondly if it's important at all? How do we get there? Okay, so I'm going to say it's equally important for you to be unique and absolutely unimportant altogether for you to be unique. And I'll explain what I mean by that. First of all, it's important for you to be in unique. But the thing is, you can't not be unique. I'm going to stick a pin in that, come right back to it. But let me explain to you, I love that you mirrored back what you heard me say with that very first episode. And this is why I'm the mindset answer man today because I express to you what my mindset was at the time when I published my very first podcast episode. You heard me say, nobody's going to want to hear me talking a podcast. Who on earth would want to hear me talk about everything that I know about lost? I pretty much get from somebody else. All right, so nobody's going to. Those are what we call limiting beliefs, all right? And that belief could have limited me. Now, thankfully, people reached out and says cliff, you're wrong about what you said in your episode. You said nobody would want to hear you talk about loss, because most of what you get, it comes from another source..

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"cliff" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Second, my second podcast episode of the lost podcast, those guys reached out to me and says, cliff and Stephanie, do you want to be a part of the lost podcast network? And I said, well, what does that mean? They said, you can just simply copy your episodes and put them here as well. And I'm like awesome. Adam, my third podcast that I ever produced 20 7 thousand downloads in for the whole for that episode. So three downloaded 27,000 times within one week. And that's because you're part of that network because of that network. That's cool. Couple hundred episodes. A couple hundred downloads came from my feed, the other 26,000 whatever came from the lost podcast network feed. They had lost was a huge deal. There weren't many podcasts. There was a few hundred podcasts that existence. So that's how I got started. So then that was the lost podcast. Then I created a show called my crazy life to answer a bunch of personal questions people were asking me. You put out 20, get 27,000 people listening to your show. And stuff like that. People send you all sorts of really weird questions via email. And I wanted to talk about them, but I knew that people who are in the who downloaded the podcast for the TV show lost, they're not going to want to hear about all this other random stuff. So I created a podcast called my crazy life, which by the way, later was rebranded to pursuing a balanced life because I figured more people would be interested in hearing a podcast called pursuing a balanced life than my crazy life when it's like, well, who's crazy life is it? And why would I want to hear anybody's podcast about their crazy life? That sounds stupid. I got my own crazy life. So anyway, but I created my second podcast called my crazy life. And it was just me talking about anything that people ask me questions about..

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"cliff" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"I don't ever concern myself to actually say, how can I influence influencers? All I do is I just trust that occasionally some of those people will have influence in the lives of others. We all have influence in the lives of others. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. And we're back with another episode of pop. This is your host Adam Adams. And I'm pretty stoked because somebody that I've looked up to for a long time. And a lot of people in the podcasting space have also looked up to him. I think he's coached lots and lots and lots of people to be better at podcasting. Cliff, you'll have to give us that number. Isn't it like thousands of I'm responsible for over 40,000 people launching their podcast. 40 thousand people. That's amazing. And how did you find that out, by the way? How did you put a number on it? Yeah, so the way that I put the number on it is this. So first of all, personally, one on one well over a thousand of them. I coached through a program called podcasting a to Z through a four week program. A couple hundred of them, I personally trained one on one just as a direct coach without a group coaching program. And the rest all came from a free tutorial that I launched on my website, learn how to podcast dot com. And of course, that tutorial is way out of date these days. But it was just a calculation of the average person who watches the video goes all the way down to our video number 8 of 8. And then, of course, the number of people who said, listen, if it wasn't for you to teach me how to podcast, it's well over 39,000 people who have gone through all of those tutorials. But I would say that it's a safe estimate that over 40,000 people would not be podcasting today had it not been for me. I love that. And I'm sure you do too. So you love it. You've got more than one show. You've got the cliff ravens craft show, which was rebranded. You have the podcast answer man, which recently relaunched as we're recording this. So I know there's a couple of episodes out currently. And then I believe that there was another podcast.

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"cliff" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"And then I'll decide where I'm going to live, but I'm telling you right now if the Republicans have their way about it, I don't know if I'll be in this country. Honestly, you know, I can get, I can get my money, I can get a lot more stuff in other countries. You know, then you can hear. But cliff, we have to all think about that. We really do. Where do you live? I live in Cincinnati. Oh, okay. New York boy like you, but I married a nice Midwestern girl. So you're oh, nice. Cliff, go ahead and plug anything that you want. And I hope to have you back soon. Hopefully I'm more stuff to plug soon. There's a few things going on. I'm gonna launch something on my own, not quite like this, but in many case, yeah, just the podcast is unprecedented, like president, but president, because we're making fun of Donald Trump for using the word wrong. So go find us on Patreon and you can follow us there and listen. And at cliff schechter on Twitter, it was probably the two best things, you know? Cliff, thank you so much. You've been a great guest and I love to have you back, man. Dude, whenever you and I can finally get our heads together and schedule these things so they work. I'd be back here as many times as you'll have. It's so funny, just so people know I DM clip and I said, if you cancel, I kill you. Honestly, he should kill it if I get it because I had to cancel once and another time we just got our days wrong and one of the best. Here I am glad I got to be here. So thanks for having me, dude. All right, clip. Thanks for coming on. I'll see you soon. Yep. You take care, buddy. All right. The great clip schechter, let me just, I see I got some super chats over here. I don't want to leave anybody out. The stage dog thanks for the 5 bucks, Jay. It's like the smashing grab having everyone there everywhere nobody wants to stand up to the GOP. Thank you stage dog for 5 bucks and Lulu girl. Thanks for the 5 bucks. I worry that progressives will jump ship because their man's weren't met. I don't think that'll happen, but I understand the concern. On that note, I'm gonna go right to my next show what's bugging me about Hollywood. Today we focus on the critics, but first let me thank my moderators. Nikki B and Benny loco, let me thank my guest today, Michael Pope and Clevver schechter and got some great guests coming up. I got dino but dollar coming on.

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"cliff" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"I can't believe that anyone would vote for this person. Well, you know, cliff, the funniest one was him getting interviewed by Chris Wallace and bragging about his cognitive cognitive as if he just aced like SATs or something. Right. He's like men cells. Man, woman, camera, a dog, window car. I'm brilliant, Lion snake. Can you name all can you name a noun? Can you, can you just can you give us an article? I mean, it's like what kind of questions could they have been asking? Draw a triangle. You know? I mean, the cognitive test, isn't it like to just prove that you are basically can function without somebody else doing everything for you? I mean, and he barely passed it, I think. He's like bragging about it. Thanks so much for coming on. I'd love to have you back again. I'd love to come back. This has been a really a great time, man. It's been a lot of fun. So thank you. Anything that you have to plug. All right, yeah, so the podcast is unprecedented. You can find us on Patreon. You can find us actually at the sexy liberal podcast network. Where you find futile saying and how sparks and Stephanie Miller. And then my firm is called blue M strategies and we do public relations and ads. So if you need that kind of stuff, come find us. At cliff schechter, I guess I should say on Twitter. You can find me there. Come back again, my man. I promise. As soon as you invite me, I will be here. All right, thanks. Take care, buddy. Mike. All right, cliff check. I thought he was awesome. Great first appearance before I bring an attorney and July 1st, I'm just going to read the sponsor. It's that time of year again and all eyes are now turning to football as teams.

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"cliff" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Words noun from eighteen eighty one number. One is often capitalized. The sea in the d- One a a member of a prehistoric. American indian people of the south western. Us who built their homes on rock ledges or in the natural recesses of canyon walls and cliffs when i was about Ten or eleven. We went on a road trip with another family to We went down through texas arizona new mexico colorado and then back up around And i don't remember where exactly we were but in one of those places in some national park We there were their work places where people used to live That was in cliffs and very high up and There were some some ladders and it was very cool. I've got some pictures. I i don't know i was young so i didn't really appreciate it as well as i should have. But it was a very cool place to be okay. One be a member of any quiff cliff with cliff. Dwelling people to a resident of a large usually metro metropolitan apartment building. Yeah i mean you could call that those people cliff-dwellers because the buildings kind of make a cliff cliff. Dwelling is a noun next is cliff hanger two words with a hyphen noun from circa nineteen. Thirty one one an adventure serial or melodrama especially one presented in installments. Each ending in suspense Yeah i can't think of a specific show. But i know that at the end of lots of shows back in the day they would end on a cliffhanger. What will happen to this guy. What joining next tune. In next time. I think probably batman did that a lot Let's see number two a contest. Whose outcome is in doubt up to the very end. And then broadly a suspenseful situation cliff hanging is an adjective next is cliff. Swallow two words noun from eighteen. Twenty five a colonial swallow of the new world with a pale. Buff rump pale buff rump and dark throat patch. That builds mud nests resembling jugs especially under eaves and on cliffs. I have seen some of these. There's northwestern university is near here. And they have some buildings that have always had these cliff swallows living under them. You know they build their nests right under a a thing. There's like a wall and then a part that juts out over the wall and there's a perfect place for them to put their nests. The scientific name is petrochina. Don perran not ta pirata pirata And there's a picture of a cliff swallow You know it's just got some various patterns and colors and I see the dark throat patch. But i don't see the pale. Buff.

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"cliff" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Day. Maybe we should put in the clip. It's just say those for the end. It's national shape. Wear day not sure that is wearing clothes that shape your body. I guess national. Spoil your dog. If i had a dog. I'd be spoiling it every day. It's it's smithsonian day go check out the smithsonian museums in washington. Dc okay got three national lazy day. Of course these are all in the states I will try to be lazy today on august tenth. We'll see if i can make that happen. I'm not usually very lazy. It's national s'mores day. I love s'mores. We actually have some vegan marshmallows that we are going to roast tonight tonight. I'm gonna make some at least a melissa. I'm gonna roast the marshmallows and eat them by themselves. I might be combining them with chocolate and graham crackers at the very least probably chocolate because anna really need the graham crackers. I'm totally fine with just marshmallows and chocolate. That's all i need in life and finally it is world lion day. Yes the animal. The lion i went to this is not a thing that i do ever but i went to some galleries last night with my dad. There's some some galleries in a certain area in chicago. And i guess the first friday of every month they open it up to the public and you just come go around and hang out and look at the art and talk to people and maybe they've got wine and whatever and just see cool new art and there was this one photograph of a lion that was massive and it was it was just you know it wasn't like there wasn't anything particularly different or interesting about it. Other than it was a very cool large black and white photo of clearly like almost disheveled lion at had been through some stuff. Maybe it was on the older side. I think one part of its lip was hanging down further than the other side. I don't know. I could've just stared at that thing for hours Yeah i've always loved. Lyons when i was a freshman in high school i had long hair and glasses and somebody said you look like a wise lion because i kind of had a main all right. I think that's it for this episode. Thank you very much for listening. And until next time this is spencer dispensing in four. May john goodbye..

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"cliff" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Server and the example of the services would be access to files or shared peripherals and three. The synonym is client. State clientage is a noun clientele clientele. That's an adjective and client. Lists is an adjective. Oh you got no clients. Why do you have no clients. Your client lists Let's see this is from Let's see i'm just going to pair the etymology down. Latin clenwar ra which means to lean and there's northward lean next is clientele so it's client with an e. l. e. at the end clientele. You could also see say clientele. Why would you say clientele or cle- qiliang clea clea on tell clientele. Alright i guess some people say that this is a noun from circa fifteen. Eighty seven a body of clients as in a shop that caters to an exclusive clientele. This is french clientele from latin clientele. That's good for that. Next is client state two words noun from nineteen eighteen. A country that is economically politically or militarily dependent on another country. They are the client to the other country which are sometimes called states and our last word it probably would have made more sense to put this word in the next episode. But it would have. It's already along episode tomorrow. So i'm gonna say this word here. It's only a couple of lines. It is the word cliff. Ciff cliff filc noun from before the twelfth century a very steep vertical or overhanging. Face of rock. Earth or ice and synonym is precipice. Kalicki is an adjective. This is from middle english. Cliff with one f- akin to the old high german khalip which means cliff from old norse cliff klif. Well i think that was all the words. So they were clue. Cliche cliche. they'd click click beetle clicker. Click stop. click through client clientele client state and cliff. I'm gonna pick cliche as the word of the episode and in case anybody wants to know. That accent is down on the left and up on the right Yeah i don't know cliches are cliches for a reason..

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"cliff" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"cliff" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"About what they thought about kazin cliff speeches and where archaeology was actually brought up fairly early in this discussion simply sokoll so i made a video about how he hoped. Archaeology would be implemented and I think a lot of this has contributed to the early discussion. that has now fallen by the wayside. Because we've got stuff like caves being developed in everyone's very focused on what we've seen in snap shells so far So a few important points about what we know about osteology Olaf said in the roundtable video that the diamond and emerald blocks we saw what minecraft life were place holders so while there might be valuable loot coming out of archaeology. It's not going to be a way to thumb full blocks of diamonds They also want the brush to have a more broad use in minecraft. So it's not necessarily just for dig sites and they also won the blocks that you can get some of these. You know rare items amitav to be something you could identify with three d. bug info so while the Blocks that give you any kind of rewards will probably be limited to the dig sites themselves is not like you're gonna be able to look at something and know exactly what's in it They want that to be useful rewards So things that like you know. Maybe you'll digging up some some tools or something like that instead of farming tools from mobs. Maybe you get them from over from villages. Maybe you can dig up like an old chelsea pickaxe. That will be useful you or something like that. But then connecting archaeology to the lore of the game was a very important concept he competit- to finding stuff like the pig step music disc in bastions. It's not important for progression but it's desirable reward and along the same lines. They wanted archaeology to maybe another way for peaceful place to find the kind of items that went available in peaceful difficulty in the same way that the wandering trade at can sometimes bring you drops that you wouldn't be.

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"cliff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"cliff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And i've been in a black that went. Let it to you. come out. His wife is sorta. She's a convert in the last several years. She's a convert and she has just listened to let to you in a cop again and and again and again and i a my work is done. Yeah well and you know what i find. Interesting is the how. Somehow bruce has gipped. A lot of controversy He certainly there are. There are people who as you talked about. That seemed to not understand that he's always had a political side in his always. Spoke for there are a few people that i know. When he got on broadway there were a small percentage of fans. that says. you've you've forgotten the common man you know you're charging tickets and you know the reality is that that was what a going rate for top slight broadway show was and i you know in in for my point cliff. The guy can do it every wants. He's one of the things i am to say. Is i. listen to bruce. If he just got on the microphone recited the new jersey street directory. that'd be that'd be pretty cool formation. But i think that there is a middle ground because they're the absolute devotees and in their other people go you know i'd rather he fingernails on a blackboard. Did think that much of a middle ground. So i think there are people who certainly enjoy and as i was talking about like the guy who is a bg fan He and i shared something. I i said when. I said i'm going to put words in your mouth and tell me if i'm wrong is your first inc. Your first thought when someone says. I don't like the bee gees do you say. Have you listened anything. Besides sarah fever. Yeah and he said absolutely. I said which is funny. Because when someone says i don't like bruce springsteen i wanna go. Have you listened anything besides foreign in the usa and he said absolutely You know he says that's exactly what we thought Well let me a..

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