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069: 8 Pillars of Empowerment Series: Day 7 Activation

Hearts Unleashed

20:32 min | 1 year ago

069: 8 Pillars of Empowerment Series: Day 7 Activation

"You're listening to the hearts unleashed podcast where we firmly believe that love is the answer. And we are spreading it like wildfire. You're invited to come spend time with us in authentic connection growth reflection at celebration life, coach author, and speaker Abigail Gaza, we'll be sharing amazing humans living their hearts unleashed to inspire. You to do the same. You will hear for men women and young people from all industries sharing their insights and inspiration as they have paved their way to their fullest lives here at the hearts unleash podcast. We are turning dreamers into doers. So if you're ready to open, your heart and take inspired action on your dreams, you are in the perfect place with wonderful people. Here's your host, dreamer, educator, and adventurer Abigail Casta. Thank you for tuning in. Thank you for scribe ING and sharing and reviewing the podcast doing that is exactly how we get to get this farther out into the world. So if you have not subscribed and shared and reviewed, please do so do so as much as you want as often as you want and share it with whomever, you wish because really what we're doing here is creating a ripple effect a true ripple effect of love empowerment transformation, and ascension so I am just so proud to be here with you proud to be your host. What this empowerment series is all about is you live in your best and life. Now, I am sharing with you the methodology that I have created and take my clients through its what I speak on all the time. And the mother -nology is the eight pillars of empowerment. So we have here. Eight episodes series. That is all about the different pillars that I believe are absolutely essential. When going through the process of personal and professional development, transformation, spiritual work and growth, well-being work, and really ascension if you have all of these eight pillars lined up, it really who've just sets you up, in fact, operating from an empowered mindset in really gives you the opportunity to unleash your authentic superpower. And then ascend into your next level of leadership. So what I have created and going to share with you guys is my newest on leashed program. There are actually three programs inside of this methodology again, the eight pillars of empowerment. So we've got the unleash master class. Which is a digital course that you can take on your own at your pace. There's the eight modules and you're able to walk through that. And then it comes with me. Tirias that you can use to really apply the material and exercise it for yourself. And so the next program that we have underneath the unleashed concept with the pillars of power -ment is my mastermind, which is a program that brings in highly achieved highly successful and highly empowered individuals to come together and support each other in there's of genius and support each other in like really again, a sending leveling up going above and beyond the barriers that have previously held us back. So the mastermind is for people who are ready to live life. They love and live it from a truly empowered place. And then the next program that we have out of that is my one on one program. So you are going at it, you are again high-achieving, and you're ready to truly breakthrough the things that you know, hold you back. It is time. To work one on one together and really dive into what you're dealing with the unleashed program. My one on one program is twelve weeks long, and it's really meant to dive into the pillars of empowerment and leave. You that extra space and extra four weeks to really get it all together and launch your dream and launcher actions. And so if you are someone who really knows how to make shit happen. But you are really struggling with playing by the rules like playing by roles in the world that you truly don't believe in whether that's in corporate America, whether that's in your own business, or maybe it's inside of relationship family again. Well, being if you are just living by rules that you don't believe in and you're working for dreams that aren't really yours than you know, this work is for you unleashed again. It's a Alsace it again. And again, you have an authentic superpower you have. A unique gift and a divine soul that is here with a purpose. And I know that you know, that I know that you feel that and I know that you feel limited in being able to achieve that. But that's exactly what these programs are for because in these loud distracting times like it's twenty nineteen the phones buzzing the screens on the nose of radios like all of it. And specially social media not to hate on it because y'all see me on there. But it it's loud and it's distracting, and it's really easy to fall into or follow the influence of others. But the unleash program is all about disrupting the norm. So that you can live in all of your authentic superpower. And really bust down the barriers of success, currently keeping you down because the outside influence or seeking are. Success outside of us is not really serving us anymore. In fact, leveling up in today's world is all about the inner work and transformation that old nose to grindstone work is really wearing itself thin. And so with the former best strategies and tactics, even the highest achievements are still unfulfilling when you're exhausted and burnt out and uninspired a time of cheating. Your goals from a heart centered space is upon us. We cannot get away with you know, trying to play mind games anymore or strat over strategize or be really rigid in our approach. It is time to get back into alignment. And so the the heart's on leash programs all three of them, the master class the mastermind and the one on one program is focused on alignment, and using my technology that eight pillars of empowerment to make sure that you have a strong. Foundation as you raise not only your ceilings of success, but also the floor in which you are launching from this series is a synopsis of what is available in the unleash programs. So if the apex of empowerment, really resonate with you be sure to apply for the programs, which everyone you wanna talk about. We can jump on the phone. We can jump on twenty minute discovery. Call and take a look and talk about what your really dealing with. And what your true vision is and really get into what it would look like for you to create it. Now, there is going to be early bird pricing. It's may one we're launching this thing. And so the actual program launches on me fifteen so early bird pricing lasts until may fifteenth two thousand nineteen don't get it. Twisted. So don't delay another minute. On a leash ING that heart of yours. You guys eight is your time. It's your time to shine. It's your time to live on leashed. It is your time to grant. Yourself permission to be the fullest version of yourself and step into your leadership, and in body, the divine spirit that you are. So I want to welcome you to this series. I hope you enjoy this little intro. But I want to welcome you to the hearts unleash podcast. Welcome back. If you love this episode, do not forget to share with the world. All right. So how it's about to go down with each pillar is that I'm gonna share the name of the pillar and the concept of it. But I'm also going to explain to sides or two aspects to each pillar, which is the shadow side and the light side because when we get involved in the personal and professional spiritual development, Rome. Well, what tends to happen as we lean towards the light. We look at better different more faster. And so we're really focused improvement that we don't give enough attention to the shadow side of everything. And what ends up happening is. We're not understanding what's going on with us of consciously, which is so much that shadow side. And we never really look at and explore and then understand and accept that side of us, but the part of transformation that really occurs, and then ascension after that is. To accept all of the parts of you. So you really have to be able to acknowledge the shadow side, not just acknowledge it because I think that many people are actually there with doing that. But what you know, don't matter if you don't use it in apply it, and so it's really about seeing it understanding it and then shifting it. Many people. This is where they fall victim to an illness or disorder like exiled, right? Some or in eating disorder or the stress and all those things because they see so much of the shadow, and yet there's still fear and resistance around it, but true embodiment of your leadership. Also incorporates you accepting all the sides of you. That's why these are pillars of empowerment because if you don't have these all together than your Dacian is crumbling. And so these are meant to give you something strong to stand on as you grow. And. You can build your house on a firm foundation. You are really like now we're talking about your body your temple your vessel. You're the foundation. You're the house. You are the one you hold a spirit, and it's your job to discover that to the fullest. So that you can continue to be that in the world and live the impact that you came to live, and then leave the legacy that you're here to leave man of this work. All right. So we are starting on pillar one. I am going to share with you the eight pillars of empowerment because you may listen to one of these episodes or you may actually be introduced in the middle of the series of friend sent it to you. Or you know, you saw shared on the internet, whatever. So I want you to know that there are eight and all are so important. So I'm gonna give you the order in. Then we'll start the first one is awakening. All right. Second one awareness number three acknowledgement for acceptance. It's five application. Six accountability. Seven activation in eight action. Hey, hey, hey, you guys we are on pillar number seven. And this is an exciting one. I don't talk about this a whole lot in my regular content because I don't know why I might actually start doing that more. But this one is activation when I think of activation. I think of catalyst, and that's exactly where I wanna come from the space in the energy. I wanna speak to you from his catalyst now activation pillar is second to last because I want to intentionally actively the light side of you. Now it requires all the other pillars. It requires you awakening and being aware and acknowledging your greatness. And then the acceptance of it and the application of. It and the accountability of it. Right. So activating the fullest fullest version of you to really start showing up and in body, the divine leader within because again from catalysts that spark that truly sets you off and the concept of embodying anything is that you have a vessel this physical body. Now, this body was without life and will be without life at some point. However, you as the sole are the thing that fills it and runs it. Right. You energize it you activate it to be whatever it is. And so you being able to embody your divine leader is so important, and I spent so much of this pillar triggering that. So that you can really show up fully all over your life. Now before we talk about the light side, I wanna lean over to the shadow and the shadow side of this pillar. It is really. Portent understand what exactly we're activating. Okay. It's not to intentionally activate the shadow side of you. But it's to really take leadership in command of your shadow self. So this includes all the different dark energies and feelings being able to manage your inner children, and then on a grand scheme. Something that's going to set you free is following through to completion in every area of your life. This is more about severing with your past in a way that you now are fully in body. Ing your leadership as I was talking about the embodying, the divine leader within when you are fully activated in your light, you can manage when an inner child shows up you can handle when someone is saying something that disempowers you, and you can really follow through on completion in every area of your life, making sure that you are feeling known in felt and understood at heard, right? So you are the one with your hand on the wheel of your life. And you get to choose you get to say so you get to direct and again, make command take command. So that it's not running your life anymore. Now, I wanna lean into the light side because activation here is all about the light side embodying divine later within really include channeling your higher self and your intuition being able to quiet down listen in actually here and receive and then honor and follow through. Now. This is intense. Many people don't get here because they won't for Consolo down. That's it has nothing to do nothing else. When you're when your thoughts, and your inner critic is speaking so loudly that you can't actually hear yourself will. Then who you better just sit down and shut up. That's it. That's all it takes. We are out. There searching outside of us so hard for our answers. When in fact, all you need is within you and your higher self in your intuition are speaking to you. I shared how impactful this was when gen my coach last year, I shared it. She's got podcast episode. I talked about in the other pillars is that when she taught me to truly here. An honor my intuition, it made a massive difference in the trajectory of my life. Because what this does is it allows you to start commanding abundance and prosperity in your life because your truly understanding and accepting. How great you are how capable you are. And the difference that you make with your word one other thing about activation that I love is that when someone truly decides to live activated, and they decide to activate their light they become adept at raising their vibe ration- manifestation. You can you can do whatever you want. You can. Create whatever you want, and you can manifest whatever you want. And I know that you hear me. But if it's triggering you it's because you don't believe me, but when you decide to embody the divine leader within I'm gonna keep repeating that phrase because I'm calling the divine leader in with in you, I am calling her and him up and out of you. So that you can truly raise your vibration with intention and choose to do that. Now, this is really powerful. Because again, it kind of brings you back to the idea that you can be yourself anywhere at anytime with anyone in any circumstance and not be impacted. And if you are doing this, you can clearly understand the way that you would be living an empowered life. So my invitation is to truly lean in quiet down. And just listen, listen to what your higher self is saying now, many people don't. No how to do this. I did not know how to do this until I hired coaches that taught me how to do this. And so I am going to be very clear and stern with you about the power of having a coach for the activation pillar pay if you are hungry to raise your vibration, you are hungry to live just a different fricken level, and you're gonna live in extrordinary life. You're not going to have access to it just from doing all the freebies. Even this podcast. No matter how much I wanna pack in here. There's more in the digital course. There's more in the exercises. There's more in the one on one because you can't truly see what you can't see you. Don't know what you don't know. It must be reflected to you. And if you already had it figured out you to figured it out by now, so I'm encouraging you to reach out about the pillars of empower encouraging you to reach out about the unleashed programs or the time to shine program because the work that I do is teach you. How to embody your divine leader how to raise your vibe ration-? How to not be impacted by bullshit because it doesn't go away. You just stop in gauging with it. I'm so passionate about this one. Because it's what has made the difference in my life being able to activate my fullest, self. Now. I've always known how great I am. I've not always accepted. How great I am. I wanted people outside of me to prove it. I wanted trophies and certifications. I wanted a media to prove it. However, it's up to me to just know how great I am. And then keep showing up that great, and it has proven proven effective, and it has proven effective for my clients. And for every leader in the world. If you look at them, they are activated, aren't they? They are living out their truth, and they are living out their divine leadership and their purpose in their passion. And so if you know, if you know that that's you, and you are on your path, and you can see your future with such clarity. But it's like staring at it through a glass wall that you can't ever get through. Well, let me show you how to bus that shit down. Google because it is is actually a thin veil between where you are now to where you see yourself the way to do that is shift from dreaming to doing and the way that you can do that today is by reaching out to inquire more about the only programs. I look forward to hearing from you. Things for to me ends at Hartson leash podcast. We hope you've found all the inspiration that you needed today. And that you use it to take the next inspired action dreams, if you love the show share with a friend. We love spreading the love. 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Episode 3: Moon Girl

NASACast Audio

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Episode 3: Moon Girl

"There's still so many questions in these rocks sex, I in times just to be studying. So we have a big win jail a big gap in our understanding of early earth. And the moon preserves that history, did all of this stuff come from how to form what was the process. Does it happen all the time across the universe? Or are we somehow unique or at least unusual? What does it all? Mean I'm Katie Atkinson. And this is NASA. Explorers. Apollo where we tell stories about our moon and the people who explore it. Recorders running. Eastern traveled to the moon bay explored. It's mysterious surface oil cake. Looking at it is. Okay, let me persona before you start whacking. Okay. Oh, yeah. Good. Ican bits of soil, rock and dust to bring back to earth. And they were pretty excited about it. If. Real well, don't move delights. The it's over. Ori over to I each carefully harvested and preserved so that scientists of the future could learn more about the past inside of those samples rich stories about the age of our moon in clues about its history, Natalie, current is one of the keepers of these tiny precious artifacts. She's been thinking about Apollo since she was a kid. I think it was my uncle brought me back. He wants to Kennedy Space Center, and we brought me a pack of post GAAS with all images from Apollo eleven. They went all around my wall when I was a child and ever since I've always wanted to do something with space. These days. Natalie calls herself a lazy astronaut, the moon rocks come to her instead of the other way around. Natalie is a NASA postdoctoral fellow in a planetary scientist who spends her days with the policies polls, currently working in amoun grill lob, which stunts full mid Atlantic Noguchi research lab, which is here at NASA. Natalie focuses specifically on samples from Apollo sixteen which she looks at to learn more about the formation of the surface of our moon. So of the some pools that we have a quite old. So the some of the older rooks that you get on the moon. So we'll look in a rooks Roldan, full billion years old, every time you look at something. Oh, think of something like that. What you've just on the lies is old on anything. Anybody that we know anything that we knows live in the again is quite an amazing kind of achievement just in its own way. So behold, in on allies in these ancient rocks as it turns out the moon can teach us a lot about the history of our solar system, scientists, like Natalie study, lunar rocks, soil dust and sand. She and her fellow scientists way measure in scrutinize samples to find answers. And sometimes even more questions the process teaches scientists about the makeup evolution of our moon, but it also reveals plenty about our home planet, ally, the roof which we've had a quite complex history of like Playtex on exports raced, some of the surface, the moon hasn't hod anyplace at Thomas thought. So they actual surface of the moon provides a perfect off hive of both Luna history like Sola history that we can go collect som different age stumbles, and Consolo about how the, the moon on the Elise Ola system. Evoked. Nan goes farther back in our past than we can on the earth. There is in the moon formed together at about the same time four and a half billion years ago. It's a really long time ago. But because we have water on the earth, plate tectonics, and a whole bunch of things that you race are surfaced and renew or surface, the rocks on the earth. Don't go back farther than about three billion years, so we have a big window a big gap in our understanding of the early earth, and the moon preserves that history. That's Barbara Cohen. She started and leads. The moon girl lab. Her team said he's noble gases to learn more about the age of the lunar samples. And those gases are interesting to us because they help us tell when that rock was made and how it was made what processes and underwent. So we are trying to understand the jealousy of another planet through its rocks. And we use those gases to trace the processes that it went through another planet, the element potassium decays over time to the element argon, which is a noble gas. And so we look at the ratio of potassium argon in the rock and we say, how much potassium was there to begin with? And how much has decayed to the element argon over time. And that's a little clock inside the rock while scientists, like Natalie. I'm Barbara are interested in lunar and solar history Nasr's, Astro chemists like Jamie L Silla want to know what the samples can tell them about the origins of life, a lot of times, what I'm doing is working in a lab with meteorites or other extraterrestrial samples including the lunar soil samples. That we've worked with, and I will take these samples grind them into powder. Seal them up in a vial with water and heat them. And basically make meteorite tea or lunar of them. I'm pulling out the soluble compounds and try and understand how these chemical compounds formed, and evolved and were distributed in the early solar system. Before you start quacking. Okay. Oh, yeah. For the scientists who had the foresight to archive, the samples and for the curator's who kept them all this time in a state that was a ready for us to be able to look at. It didn't as a kid seem like something spectacular to me. It was just part of history. But now when I get to handle these lunar samples in the lab, and I stop and think about what it took to bring these back to earth. And where they've been in the history of the samples is, sometimes I'm, I'm working in the lab, and I stop. And, and I'm just overwhelmed by this amazing each sample carefully cultivated by lunar explorers reveals more about the moon and planet earth. They're still so many questions in these rocks that sex. I in times just to be studying. Barbara Natalie in Jamie will have the opportunity to keep learning about our moon. Very soon they were recently selected to open up and study never before seeing Apollo samples. Who knows what they'll uncover in the future. We asked you to help NASA tell the story of Apollo hundreds of people answered from all over the world. Here's what's Sophie, a thirteen year old from Greece had to say hi, I answered thing here. So I am from Grayson they enough. Hi. I'm voting through this space exploration in to become inist faces even though it wasn't Bawden land, the first human soaked, on the moon that bullet program means to me that bullet program, those people who he noted there's make thin posts. Lupo Sabine spies make he knew way that saints my you live now after having dogs, they think about that may soon whenever look at the moon. I dream about where the human guy discardable of going Renison of the moon. I on during that radiation because of the fact that humans have been there. And because of the fact that these has inspired converts thousands of Gooding my set for ever think of the moon, I things that humans have now a after so many years of space exploration to make further of the moon to mass, and who knows in few years, maybe even further to interstellar space. I believed that the program made it clear that the sky Eason's. Him. What do you remember about Apollo or what space exploration, do you hope to see in your lifetime? We want to hear your Apollo stories, visit NASA dot gov slash Apollo stories to learn how to get involved. The nasl explorers. Apollo team includes Michaela Sasi Haley read, and Katie Atkinson, with music by Dana white Tana's Lee rose vere. If you like this NASA audio series help us grow by sharing the show with a friend or leaving us a review. Thank you. Good.

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Should we be kind to our smart assistants?

Why'd You Push That Button?

20:42 min | 1 year ago

Should we be kind to our smart assistants?

"Much nicer to my Google assistant. And my boyfriend is I say, please. And thank you use to say, thank you lot. But the more interested how these devices worked in the more like search engine. I have a interesting relationship. I find that. Sometimes I do like an escalating strict bomb voice, but I use it to control my music and my floor lamp, and usually my conversations goes something like Alexa. Alexa, alexa. Alexa, responds better. Tillich clear command. Sometimes let's do this girl. Friends voices Sistan listens to her. And does not listen to me. It seems like she's gotten worse that understanding us over the course of us owning her I call it a hurt which is so weird. I purposely make my Google assistant gender neutral. But like male ish voice, and I call it a little bit more understands the concept a little bit more. But it's very hard for them to explain that somebody that can actually like a conversation with you as not a person, we really want them to understand that you have conversations with people and how you have them and that having a robot or a smart assistant that will just answer. You no matter how you speak. To them or what you asked them and hold always have the answer. That's not life, even though it is life. But it's not realize and welcome to wide you push that button a show where Caitlyn Tiffany as me and Ashley Carmen. That's me talk about all the decisions technology forces us to make you thought we were gone thought we were going on. But guess what we are back, man. This is a special bonus episode recorded in the desert. Yeah. In a kitchen. Yes. Caitlyn? And I in the rest of the team all went out to the consumer electronic show in Vegas this year to record a live episode of wide, you push that button at Google mansion as I call it, which is basically just this huge pop up space were built a roller coaster that was like a small world literally. It was like a small world from DisneyWorld. Yeah. It was pretty incredible. We went to Vegas because we wanted to talk. To a couple people about voice assistance in how we use them in our home, kind of the bigger question of what is a voice assistant as part of her family existing in the home. But we talked a lot about the etiquette of interacting with mart speakers. Yeah. Like, this has been a topic that has gone around is sort of this idea of whether it's important that we teach kids ended its to say, please. And thank you to their systems. I mean, you have people like my parents who seriously just bark at their Alexa. And it's so funny makes me kind of uncomfortable. And then you have someone like my brother's girlfriend who I've talked with who says she makes a point to always say, please thank you to their Alexa. And I think that's a sweet. But like why does it matter? That's kind of the question and doing Nita care about this. I am afraid to talk to my smart speaker and actually have never uttered a single word to it. And do not know why have I don't have one is because I don't I don't feel like I can do that thing. Yeah. So we spoke with Brett Consolo. He is. Is the editor of voice by dot. I it is a website platform dedicated to all things avoi- subsistence. And then we actually got to speak with Lillian Rincon's. She's the director of Google since she works on the consumer side of things. So she has an inside look at how the tech is made and what they are thinking about. So the first thing we had to ask Lillian. Of course was about the speaker how pretty please. Which is Google's response to these concerns that parents have about their kids yelling at their smart assistant. So maybe just to start alpha can get the big question out of the way. Do you guys think it's important to say, please? And thank you years stint. And why personally I have two kids. I have a five year old and I have two year old. And so over the last two years, essentially, I saw my kids growing up with these devices meant just notice that some of things you guys are saying that they were yelling. And you know, it really got me thinking like that we need to start thinking about these assistance and people's homes, and what is the response. Ability that we've bear to making sure that families that we kind of create nutritious experiences. Let's say for families. And so we created this feature called pretty please exactly for this reason that essentially through positive reinforcement encourages people to say, please. And thank you, and we did this. So that it's not just for kids for everybody. Because we think that also kids learn from parents. Whereas Brett was like, nah. So I think it's a nice feature. I liked the idea that you can do that. If you wanna be polite to your smart assistant. But I think it's totally unnecessary. The way I look at it as the really tools, and I think we have to be careful about taking something that we want to have human like qualities of because improves user experience and trying to view human like characteristics and relationships with and so I think this might be a little bit different. Is this changes over time? If you think about social robots, it's a very different interaction than we see with a smart assistant on our phone or or in a smart speaker, even the smartest play put. Essentially, these are tools, very basic level. And despite the fact that there's now a robot with citizenship in one country. I don't think that's really where we're headed because humans are different than machines style foot side of this question. I was very curious about whether it's important for voice assistance to be polite and warm and friendly towards us speaking as a person who really cannot handle any terse responses or like scolding language, if I forget to say, please I truly need to know if I'm allowed to be affected by these robots. Some of these systems are actually working on this in terms of adjusting to your mood and how they respond so there's brief mode which Google some of the players have worked on in terms of having these short interactions because sometimes it's the interactions just about efficiency, and then there's some more conversational mode, which also creates a slightly different experience. Maybe more personalized experience. I saw a demonstration yesterday about an in-car solution. And they do tracking. And all these other things a safety features associated with it. But one of the things they can do is. They can sense your mood. So if you're smiling actually has longer phrases and more conversational more human conversation interactions with you. And if you are not if you're frowning or something like that it just gets to the point. And it's just few words as possible. So, you know, there's this whole idea of voice assistance, adjusting like humans adjust. We do the same thing if someone's urgent angry it has a lot of angst. We have shorter interactions with them in. That's just a polite way interact with them because that's what we're doing. What if they're more casual and they're smiling and things like that? We might throw in some additional information might make joke or whatever. Yeah. So what's really interesting to me is just that. You know, I wanna hear please. Thank you from a human or robot. Whatever from what thing because I wanna feel seen and I wanna feel respected. And I want to know that someone knows that I'm doing something or did something or whatever. So me saying, please. And thank you too. Robot doesn't really strike me as that important because the robot doesn't have feelings it doesn't need to be seen thing. It's code. But maybe I want my robot to acknowledge me and say, please. And thank you to me. So I wanted to ask Lillian to expand a bit on whether the company's thinking about how the robot treats us the humans. We have to think about who are the people that use these devices, and maybe for you and from Eleni ELS like maybe we don't care, and maybe we just want like the action to have been. But again as a parent as I see children growing up with these devices, you know, this does become a part of their world. And I very conscious of the fact that if they learn to get stuff just by yelling, and that that's not necessarily the way. At least I want my children to be brought up, and I think a lot of people feel that way. I would say that like so a little bit older than you. So gen-x not Lenny, but we came up with technology, and was very much utility. And so our view of technology tends to be as utility for foremost. And my kids are a little bit old. So I never really had this issue where I felt like they're being rude to the assistant. But I'm not sure that you know, again that we can force that on society. There's there's plenty, you know, we talked about his children who are just not polite. Plenty of humans who are not polite and trying to force them to do something with an assistant that they don't necessarily do with the real world might not be a fight that we can win having it. There is an option. It's definitely a good thing. And I think it's just as you look at it what we haven't done. We haven't spent a lot of time. I was thinking about the ethics of behind the use of AI, invoice assistance or just sort of tip of the spear. One of this is a good conversation for us to have. So that people can express their opinions and understand where we wanna head. Is it going to be an option as it can be forced all these different types of things. And there might be another system that comes off which is only plight and the people adopted just because of that feature. Someone I was wondering is where Google and these other companies are thinking about drawing the line between what sounds humans that the interaction is pleasant in what sounds human away that's going to far for example. Alexa, can tell your kids bedtime story, which seems very confusing for your children who are forming their small brains and figuring out. What is the person in? What does the machine and is extremely under having to me. Alexa, can also whisper to you that simply horrifyingly creepy. I really wanted someone to tell me that there is a line and people are serving it. I mean, I'll say for the assistant. We never talk about it as a person, we don't talk about it as a here's she we talk about it as an it. I'm very purposely. I think for that reason having said that whether we call it a knit or she or he like when kids don't understand these distinctions, and for us will really is not about making it yet human, but more about just in neighboring somebody who can't read to be able to learn ABC's or two. Able to play a song just to kind of help them in their day-to-day lives. And so I don't know. I guess we're we're looking at it at a slightly different problem, which is just how do we able the assistant to be like the most natural way that somebody communicates and to be able to fulfil the things that they want shooting the another point worth making where seeing that the first interaction with technology for a lot of children now is assistance in sparks beings. So everyone was amazed. If you years ago when tablets came out and kids, we're touching on the tablets. Well, they're actually talking to the assistance in so as their first introduction to technology and in Google on shop with this thing about how can you create content interactions that are meaningful to them and aside from the politeness factor Justice idea that they're learning how to access technology. I think is really important point. When you think about younger users who are going to be using voice now long before they ever get involved with a touch screen, TV or tablet or phone. So we gotta talk about the elephant in the room. Why do all these smart assistance? Either have a female sounding name. Let Cortana Siri Alexa. But if they don't just have the name, they also have the option often, the default to have a female sounding voice. So we kind of know like what's up with that? What can Google tell us was one of the first major voice assistance to allow you to choose male or female. And so I immediately switched over to mount to. So it wasn't confused with the other female voices because I have all the voice assistance operational all the time. The one thing I will say I think maybe there's a controversy that people want to imbue on this that might not be there. I look at this in two ways, first of all I think that if most of the voice assistance for male today. People would be concerned, they would say, wow, voices are really smart. Why are they all male? Right. So I think that that's one thing that people sort of overlook and the other thing, I think is actually more important is most people were introduced to voice assist. Through hell nine thousand space odyssey thousand one and aside from all of the consumer surveys around what they prefer, male or female voice. And every study I've seen shows that consumers prefer female voice. And I think a lot of the platforms are smart to follow that process to say, enable female voice because I want people to accept it. And it is a new thing. Right. But I think if you go back to it since there was this ominous male voice that everyone was afraid of in space odyssey. Two thousand one which had this fiftieth anniversary open the pod bay doors. Hell. I'm sorry. Dave, I'm afraid I kept to that. Mostly what people wanna do is be far away from that as possible because that's something that speaks to a system future that it's really that negative thing. We talked about at the beginning. And what we're seeing these things are really really great utilities. And so you don't want that negative overhang. And by making us, a friendly female voice. I think was probably a very fast way to get people to adopt it and enough think about maybe some of the negative connotations that came from that movie. Well, first of all, we don't call them fame or mouth only, call them colors. Secondly, yes, there's some colors that sound more like a male and some players somewhere we alternate. Or at least in the latest couple of quarters. We have flipped it. So that your first experience, maybe female, it may be male. Remember, plenty of friendly male voices out there. I mean, if you just think about it like, the Google choices Watson's, very friendly male voice stuff like that. But hell nine thousand was not a friendly voice. It was it was definitely ominous. Not only because of what it was doing in the dialogue. But I think there is something there, whereas the consciousness of a lot of the people were making decisions like how there have been some negative connotations of robots that had these male voices female voices. I think male voices can both be friendly. And that's that's really what people are focused on. I thought it was interesting if a little absurd that brat assumed the voice from two thousand one space odyssey was why everyone wants female voice assistance. I guess because that's like a very generational specific assumption never seen that movie. However, I have. Have seen on numerous perhaps dozens of occasion, Disney channel's smart house, which turns a smart house with a female voice assistant who goes crazy and evil in like holds the family hostage in the house and screams at them and mix tornado. So maybe that's why I'm afraid to talk to my smart speaker. And I can at least come together in fear. All right, so up until now we've pretty much talked to our guests about features that already exists and kind of how they're discussions that are happening. But to narrow in on the tech itself, we wanna know if voice profiles could exist in the future in the way that maybe I could go over to Caitlyn's house or something talked to her Google assistant and her Google assistant would recognize and be able to pull up my calendar. Something like pretty cool that'd be like future. Plus someone would finally be talking to my smart. Be like, thank you. Yeah. So Lillian and brat kind of expanded on this. I think that's a great feature quest that isn't something that we support today. That's where let's face it for all of the leading players in the voice assistance base want the system to be available is conveniently as possible anywhere somebody. So sometimes that's going to be on the phone sometimes going to be in the car, sometimes it's going to be in your home. But sometimes going to be and other public spaces think about the convenience of just being able to talk to any microphone and get your assistant. If you're in an office building, for example, you walk in you don't know where you're meeting is into say, a Google what room is my meeting in. How do I get there recognize you by voice, it looks your calendar? Those your meeting with and says, I'll notify Susan that you're meeting with and you need to proceed to the second floor and take two left's to give to the room. So finally, the most unseemly question about this whole debate. How are these companies making money off of technology? They all have different strategies Amazon's is clearly getting people comfortable with. Hajjis? So they'll buy things from it. We don't know what Google is actually our goal right now is not to make money. Maybe it will never be. I mean our goal. Really right now is to do exactly what I just said, which is be a part of people's lives and help them get things done. And honestly for us. We are have been trying to do this in a way that brings this value to as many people around the world. We started to and half years ago. And just in the year two thousand eighteen we went from supporting thirty countries to eighty countries because we want to give we will leave that this is like a superpower essentially that people can have now and actually in countries like India as an example in India, there's a lot of people that feature phones, and we were able to think about bringing us into a feature phone, and now you have women minorities like, you know, a lot of people who are maybe literate who can't read and right now being able to access the power of the internet. I'm I don't know for me. That's like one of the main reasons I'm here. I think that's a really valuable thing that we can bring to the world with the gift of hindsight. I think what we really stuck out to us is Lillian answer about how Google doesn't care about making money the world better. It's like the most Coon by beautiful things you could ever say. I mean, I'm sure that all of individual people Google want to make the world better place for sure. Yeah. The most part I'm not saying that the people at Kugler back. I'm saying that like wanting to make mu-. Money is bad. It's more just like, let's get real Google stockholders, and you do have to make money. But the question is like how does the assistant eventually maybe not now, but eventually make money for Google while I think we can kinda come up with a few guesses one is that like Google assistant is already the smartest of all the assistance gets more answers right than any of the others than Siri or Alexa. And it's possible that Google just wants it's a system in all of these homes because it will get smarter and smarter. Its search capabilities will get smarter and that makes its advertising business more valuable it just like understands everything people want the best of anyone. Yeah. And the reason why it's so good is because Google already has all these amazing services built like g mail, which is most people's default Meema lap, Google search which is just literally Google things on the internet. I don't search. I'm googling. Right. You know, they have. I mean Bill. Millions of other apps too. But like they already have these great services. And so if they can just continue to lock you in through Google assistant being your default assistant than your default services. Yeah. That's the business play William Balka little bit. When I said that I was like so the goal is just to like integrate Google services into people's lives inches like, no. So I don't know. All right. So that's our that's our thoughts on the whole monetary thing. But we got to answer the big question we came in with which was just should we be saying, please? And thank you to our systems. Should we teaching kids say Pusan's, thank you to these systems? And why did you end up having a different opinion or how did you feel about it to start in? How do you feel now? Okay. So I think when we started I was like children should not be talking voice assistance at all. And they especially specialization thing, please. And thank you. But I do also kind of understand the like inclination to have a human relationship with your smart speaker. I think if I ever did like develop the gumption to start talking to mine, I would be like a little hurt if it talked to someone else like someone else came into my home and started saying saying, please Google like never said, please. Google now, Google likes them better. I mean, I just I can see how this would spiral into this horrible emotional situation. So maybe we should all be agree. Now all of us at once to be rude to our smart speakers. So that they cannot have favorites. And we gotta just teach the kids at these are robots. They're not humans. They don't need you respect Brett was sort of other right track. Here of just these are tools their functional devices they serve us like sorry. That's what it is. And they don't need to hear please. Thank you in my world. I agree. Okay. That is it for this episode. We're actually going away. Now, we're not gonna surprise you get with the bonus episode. We back with season for though in the spring, follow me on Instagram, Ashley Carmen or on Twitter at our current foul. Caitlyn on Twitter at KFI T underscore, Tiffany. I dunno your insta- handle by heart. I think it's the same. Okay. Recall seek following around Instagram to all right? We shall see later. Good. Bye.

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2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Continues to Break Records With Tropical Storm Hanna

TIME's Top Stories

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2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Continues to Break Records With Tropical Storm Hanna

"Twenty Twenty Atlantic hurricane season continues to break records with tropical storm Hanna by the Associated Press in Miami. To tropical storms that broke records for being the earliest named Atlantic storms of their respective place in the alphabet have triggered watches and warnings, both in the Caribbean and along the southern coast of the continental united, states tropical storm Hanna formed late Thursday in the Gulf of Mexico about three hundred eighty five miles, six hundred twenty kilometers east southeast of Corpus Christi Texas, according to The ten P. M. C. D. T. advisory from the National Hurricane Center it maximum sustained winds around forty miles per hour, sixty five kilometers per hour, and was expected to make landfall along the Texas coast on Saturday. A tropical storm warning for Hannah was in effect from the mouth of the Rio. Grande to San Luis Pass Texas. Forecasters said a tropical storm watch was in effect from San Luis. Pass to high island Texas the formation of Hannah came as tropical storm Gonzalo continued to move across the Atlantic about seven hundred thirty miles, one, thousand, one hundred seventy kilometers east of the southern Windward Islands forecasters, said Gonzalo had maximum sustained winds of sixty miles per hour ninety five kilometers per hour. A US national hurricane. Center. said the storm was heading west at fourteen miles per hour twenty two kilometers per hour. Tropical storm force winds extended outward up to twenty five miles thirty five kilometers from the center the hurricane. Center said that those in the Windward Islands should monitor the storm as it is expected to approach the islands late. Friday and Saturday as some strengthening is forecast. There is still a chance that consolo could become a hurricane, but the storm is expected to weaken as it moves into the Caribbean Sea a Hurricane Watch has been issued for Barbados and Saint Vincent and. And the Grenadines, a tropical storm watch is in effect for Tobago and Grenada Tropical Storm Hanna was the earliest eighth Atlantic named storm on record, breaking the previous record of Harvey in two thousand five, when Gonzalo strengthened into a named storm Wednesday, it became the earliest named seventh tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season. The previous record was held by tropical storm Gert, which formed on July, twenty, fourth, two, thousand five so far this year. Cristobal, Danielle Eduard, and Fay, also set records for being the earliest named Atlantic storms of their respective place in the alphabet.

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The Secret to Staying Married

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The Secret to Staying Married

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You can buy Ferrari Simmons. Follow me OCC second foul on the bother large podcast today available on the iheartradio. APP ON APPLE PODCASTS or wherever you podcast. Wind Down with Janet Cramer iheartradio podcast. I guess we're so excited for today's podcast because we have. To legends, urging the on show Phil Donahue and Marlo Thomas Phil for those of you that don't know and actually i. Had to I knew the name but he was basically the pro before Oprah. He's the King of daytime talk. For sure. Yeah I mean he's won a ton of Emmys, and for outstanding talk show so I mean he was, he was the first to. He's the OG. Yeah, you know in in my parents have been here my grandfather You know this past week and we even asked them. We're like Hey, do you guys know Phil Donahue kind of lit up, it was like yeah. I used to watch. The heck out of that show is used to watch it and this and that, and so I mean everybody knows Phil Donahue. And then his wife Marlo. Thomas who is actually. She was a guest on his show. And that's kind of when everyone saw them fall in love, because everyone knew that they saw the spark so she's an actress she's. She was on a show. Actually. I was walking today with one of my girlfriends and she was on a show called back. Girl and they've been married for over forty years. And they have a book out on our same imprint, with harpercollins and the books called. What makes marriage last because they've been married over forty years, and what they did, is they? they took forty couples celebrity couples. And they basically interviewed them because they're great at that, they're great interviewing. Obviously fill, and then you know same with Marlo, but they interviewed these couples, and it was so cool because we have a crash course in their book and we got to read it a lot of it because we just got the other day, and just Kinda hear the stories of some people that I really look up to like Viola Davis and her husband, and you know I'm Kelly. RIPA Mark Consolo Jamie Lee Curtis and her husband and. Maybe all the couples that kind of have a requirement for all couples that they've been married a certain amount of years or have been like the have Elton John and David Furnish who've been in a domestic partnership for over fifteen years married for the last four to six years because of a galaxy reasons, but. They have this kind of prerequisite for these couples. You know in especially I think all of us at one point had been like. Man How does you know these people who are of such celebrity status? Stay like it's always genuine surprise when they see that or even I think when you see a celebrity couple that have been married for so long alpher sure do I go. How did they do it? You know like you think about yourself. You like man. It's hard in how to someone like that do it for. For example like Michael J. Fox and Tracy you look at them, and you're like man. How law like? How did they make it work? What was there? What was the secret and I? Know Mike I know you always have your headphones on when we travel, but whenever I do see you know a sweet old couple or when I'm on the plane travelling by myself I'm always like. How long have you been married? And then I always say like okay. What's your secret? And whenever I play shows I usually sing love, and then I celebrate whoever is had the longest marriage, and so you people are thirty forty years, and I'm always like. What's your secret and I'll never forget this one guy he's like. Over medication. Over medicating knows like no. One of them was just like. The wife is like past friends. Oh. Yeah he's like he's a year. Okay, that's cool thing about this book though I mean they get these people. The celebrity couples to really open up and share. Things that they've been through. What has helped at work for them and it's just. What's great about it? Is You know a lot of things that John and I've shared? You know you guys have commented responded saying because of what we share. You don't feel so alone in this book like epitomizes at where it's like man, if all these couples that a lot of us look up to. You and hold with such high regard, and they go through what they go through and all of their marriages. They all look different. Not One of them is the same now you know. Some of them have similar beliefs, but some polar opposite beliefs in certain things like you know the classic debate of going to beg bed, angry, versus not going to bed angry, and I mean it's. It's amazing yet. One of the things in Ray Romano in. In his wife, I'm in a story is says it's good to the same outlook the same values, but then it's also, and he goes I'm just speaking ourselves. It's also that were compatible. She's that person I'm this person. I'm this person who performs and needs attention. She's that person who doesn't feel neglected by this person so I mean especially in his business. The pieces have to fit that way, and I think about it's just like you know. WHO's your person? Have you found your person? Are You with your person? You know as a person? With the Ray story, he's like I. Need attention and I need someone Mula. I need laughs and I need someone to just be that supportive. Stay at home, mom, you know, and and rock and I need to like feel like I'm you know the funny funny person? It's an she's that person for him, so it's like what is it like a Saas I'll ask you like what makes you VAT person. Or me! Be that person or maybe? You are my person and. I think my person I think that's something that you'd find over time. Because maybe some people who are newly together newly married my gave a fluffy answer. But I thank you start to realize when you go through the day to day the monotony and the grinding of marriage and having a family, the little things of of how you balance each other out, and how much you know you and I've. commented. How much we balance each other out in the day to day stuff you know with certain things and it's because of that that. Even that simple stuff reassures me, I'm like this is my personal is like because. If I had somebody like me. It won't be nearly as passionate nearly as magical and I wouldn't be a better person. You know what I mean and. kind of to that topic. There's something on John McEnroe's Compay Smith. Story even starts off the chapter where there's a quote says women are notorious for saying. Oh, he's got the potential, but potential is not good enough Mir. The person don't marry potential. And I want to ask Phil in in Marlow about that question to. Get You thinking in Ray Romano's case in his wife You know how many of us out there are marrying based on potential. You know our people accepting. CAN PEOPLE ACCEPT WHO's in front of them? Yeah, people will grow but you can't ask for this drastic change. Yes, I. I do fear though that I know that I've been. Where I've. Almost thought I could change the person. You know and I think because I think we as women and I'm I'm not saying. To categorize. Just us, but I feel like. I think a lot of women can be like. Oh, I can change that or like. No like I'll be the one. He doesn't do this with off the one light to change that, and when it kind of hits you in the face, it's like no. No you. Are In. You might help them. Grow and better person kind of. Doing for me, so that could be for sure the case, but to just straight up change like they're going to. Stop Smoking Marijuana because they knew. I hate marijuana. It's like well. Army to that point. I mean I think men even. Look at women in that regard where we kind of. Put that power in US well. Where always told myself ronel singles like when I get married I, won't mess around anymore. It's like because the woman will change me. It'll be because of that. Interesting, you know what I mean like I i. Put such high. 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Okay so we are waiting on Marlo and Phil Are there any ones that any relationships from the Bryan Cranston in his wife, or there's member Deepak and Chopra they're in there as well another great couple that Lulu there's Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner Sully. The captain chip and Joanna Ted Danson. Mary always wondered how their relationship because there's just billy. Janus crystal, local Jane Simone. Smith Kevin, Bacon curious side Wick. I'm just I'm so like I just. I hope everyone gets US book because it's it's awesome and I'm you know we're only kind of. Little more than a half in I'm just so enjoying it, but is there one that you just really loved reading? I think you know come to my point earlier. About how can someone of that stature that lifestyle being committed marriage relationship for however many years a have an l.. O. Cool. J is one of those. They've been married for twenty five years. Wow and he man height of his career. Yeah, I mean they met. They met when they are just teens. He had one record out. He was at the beginning of his career, so he hasn't really hit it like main mainstream yet. And there's only a two year period that they were apart from each other but thousand still when they're just dating. They weren't even married yet, so you take away from that one. I think just. Their maturity talking about their relationship. It's just the way they talk to each other the way they talk about their marriage. There's just such kind of mutual respect. There that you know they value. WHAT EACH OTHER SANE! you know because that's a cool thing about the book a lot of dialogue. So in the book to it'll say. The you'll see the actual dialogue of what they said, so. It's of the conversation SORTA have. Phil says this, and then you know local James. WHO's he goes by Todd Todd? Says is Simone, says this, Melissa Yeah. That's takeaway in the beginning of chapter feels like. Would I call l., J. J. and his assistant was like Nasscom. Todd that shark movie alkyl derozan deep. What was it was that? deeply deeply. Wasn't there a song that he had in there? Look it up. Who so bad as good, it was so bad it was good. We're buffer you what which once stood out so far? I'm a gosh. Will I would say Michael J. Fox's kind of? Made me a little sad. Roy Well? Let me know he's just here. I'll pull up one of the quotes that he they talked about, but obviously you know He got diagnosed. A couple yeah, I mean it's been. I don't want to misquote, but it's been at least fifteen years, hasn't it? Since he's been diagnosed with Parkinson's also and. She actually got marlow got. She cried after she left there interview. And because she just saw the the beauty one of the things that she wrote, and I'll tell you right now. I'm going to my. Little, dog ear thing in. She said well first of all. Tracey said in marriage. You have to take all the good with the bad, and if you love somebody, you deal with whatever it is, they're dealing with. Their issues. Become their issues. And I really took a lot from that. Because that's so true I mean. Especially in the vows when you marry someone it's. Till death do us part Sir how significant? Health and you know the that's exactly the thing in marriage. You have to take it all the good with the bat. Love somebody you deal with whatever it is. They're dealing with their issues. Become your issues and just with. Sickness or within addiction or within compulsive this or Personality like your. Whatever issue that you have or start having? An marriage becomes your spouse's issue. Now. You don't have to take it on, but it still it's it's. It's their choice whether or not to be a part of it to take it on, and you know that that kind of brings me to the question that we've gotten a lot and it's like. How do you know to stay? How do you know it's worth it? And I just. You know thinking of that quote in in what we've talked about is. Even with that mindset of it becomes. Your Cross to bear your burden to be not not saying it not necessarily from a negative place, but. It's It's still takes both people you know so it's. It's one of those things were sound like whoop. I'm married I just have to deal with this. And she says Michael and Tracy showed me into the door. As MARLA speaking and I, began the short walk home. I hadn't taken more than a few steps before I began to cry. What I'd witness for the past ninety minutes was the very heart of the marital bond. It was uncanny to me, and it remains so today that love and pain, joy and sadness the best and the worst. Worst can coexist closely and yet with such grace. Michael's illness is always there the movement. He has little control over their. His disease is in their marriage, and their marriage is in his disease. They are braided as a given, and that braid is made of love and commitment and steal. It filled me with love for them, and it filled me with love for my own husband. This is marriage. And I just remember I will not i. read that the other day I was just like it gave me chills because. That's so true I mean. Through illness, they're all of it that that is a part of the marriage and you take on these. His almost like when we talk about in our book the baggage like it's. Not saying that's baggage, but it is in a sense where you take on. Some persons may be rational past emotional past. Childhood wounds or that those become part of the marriage for sure and it's just. Yeah I just made me really reflect a lot about you know our situation, addiction, and and because that is. You know it's. It's it's. It's our issue now. It's not just yours again I. don't take it on, but it is something that we do together as a team I you. yes. Yeah, but you know. You, also yes, yes, it affects, but at the same time like. It's there and. How do I say like I'm not trying to? I you, but it's not your responsibility. Yeah, YEA, there, you go and I'm not like I. don't even know someone say I play victim. I don't like I'm not playing victim to it. It's just it's there, and we acknowledge it, but it's still part of. Staying and knowing things just like you know that I. I don't know what's one thing that you know is one of my issues. You perfect. But I'm serious he no like. It's okay. We've it's almost like. The sign up sheets here. We signed up for it Roy we didn't sign up for it, but it's there and this is marriage and we have to navigate it together. For me, it'd be compromising on. Your timeline so. With your time on things you want things done. There's no better time than the present. Exactly. Sometimes, it's drop everything into it now. You know and so. But it's but again. That's where I talked about earlier. Where we balance each other, it's like they're still priority of things like this thing can wait till tomorrow or can wait till later does not to done right now. We don't stress about it right now. We don't have to overthink this situation right now. We can cross certain bridges when we get to them. Right, so that's why I realize back, but also at the same time, so at moments to laws fair. So you'll get those things in my head or get it. You know higher my priority less because it doesn't get down or whatever do so. Yeah for sure and I also think, too. I mean I'll give myself a little more. And I'll say you know one of the issues that you have to deal with me. Is is from my past to where sometimes I can maybe portray that on you unfairly so just like when we said earlier childhood wounds, or for mine mostly like adolescent, but there can be certain things where. It can. Unfortunately you take the the the brunt of it. Because of You know things that I'm still trying to to work through. You know in in in our relationship and stuff. To like do better and not to like. It's not. Not Put your face on it. You know for sure or pursuit. 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That is friends without the our best means. So talking about all this stuff kind of made me think something on our our buddy, nick whittard six five podcast you know me him and his brother kind of having some dad talk not too long ago. and. We were talking about relationships and stuff and I. I said something making a point of. I feel like when someone has asked a question. Why do you love your partner? Why do you love your your spouse or whoever? If someone answers quickly. Then its surface level. Interesting. because. It's easy to say because love as you and I have. Found out. It's more than just a feeling it's. It's a concept is a feeling, but there's so much more attached to it. It's respect it's understanding. It's forgiveness it's. There's so much where it's more than just. So, why do you love John? She's beautiful. She's hardworking. She's like sometimes it's. Sometimes when asked that question, it's hard to put into words. Because how do you put into words? Everything we've been through, and all the reasons that I love you into into single adjectives. Like, it's difficult when you really love somebody when you really committed an in working at the relationship that you're in. And I think what you're reading. What Marla was saying about Michael J.. Fox's story at the end of that was so beautiful, and that had me thinking about it I'm Mike. When she was like this is marriage like braided together in all of this stuff is like it's so much more than these. Surface level adjectives and why we love each other. So I just thought what more that was beautiful and it just kind of had that reminded me of that topic that talked about with Nick. So, what did you come to the conclusion of? On why I love you. Jared take a whole episode honey. We're you able to? Think about anything. She ends at our fishing rod out fishing right now for just curious like if anything like, because that's what the problem to like. What if you couldn't find anything good if you're like like. That's a bummer to start to when you don't really. When you can't. Say why you love your spouse and not must be the worst feeling. Because I've gone there with. I've gotten there with relationship before. Like why do I like I? Don't even think I. Love you in that that realization. is is crazy i. mean just think like if someone's listening right now I'm thinking about. What are the reasons? Why do I love my husband? If you're sitting there and you're just going? Like that that sad, that's that's almost a sad realization. That's a that's a great a great point and. It's There's people out there that even if they thought about it right now like Oh. Why do I love my boyfriend or my significant other whoever? actually I don't know which is why I want to go thinking like that just sparked was reading this book the other day with Jamie Lee, Curtis and her husband Christopher guest, and she said Jamie goes the secret to marriage is how much hatred can your marriage actually survive and Marlowe actually goes hatred. And Jamie says yes the idea that you wouldn't hate. The other person is crazy. I think what happens is that people have an idealized agreement? They go into this thing with all the best intentions and at some point. I think they start hating some things. And then they get really terrified and they leave, and what I'm saying is, if our contribution to your book about marriage is the word hatred than both of us I think we'll feel really good. I'm not saying that we have a perfect marriage. We don't I don't think there is one but I think what people want to know that other people is huge but I think what people want to know. Is that other people? And that life is hard. It's the reason that quote from the princess. Bride is so profound. Life is pain, highness, anyone who says differently is selling something, and so I think people actually want to know that other people have struggled. And then her husband said and that they're not alone. And I love this, too. Because Jamie Lee Curtis is twenty or sober shows. There's another code I learned from recovery. If you stay on the bus, the scenery will change that basically means that feelings come and go, and they can change from one day to the next. You may hate your spouse one day and the next day. You don't hate them, but you wake up and it's a new day and a fresh start. The scenery has changed and to and all this Jamie goes. What's the secret to staying married? Don't leave. That's awesome. That's like mic drop right there. Look I get people. Sometimes. have no choice but to leave the I. Truly do believe that if there is just one person working in the marriage. It's not GonNa last and we talked about that a lot in our book row fight, it's. which by the way preorder? You can preorder Janna and Mike Dot com, but it's two people have to do the work, but there's going to be some times where you might have to pick up the slack. Forget a person. Vice versa. But I do. You know! The hatred word is just. You know because there might be to back to that question. There might be a time when you're thinking. Do I even love my spouse right now? I think that's where it goes into the idea, but between like in love rights like. I. Don't like you right now, but but you know I still love you because to Jamie. Jamie Lee Curtis Point. It's like I. Don't like today, but I'm going to stay on the bus because in theory I'm GonNa. Let I'm I'm GonNa Love You tomorrow or the next day or the you know what I mean like. So. You don't always have to like each other. 'cause God knows we don't always like each other. I just my mom always told me that hate was such a strong word to never hate like anytime. I ever said I hate hurt my mom and my mom, my mom ground me I said the word hate I was not allowed to say the word hate. Like! It was just because you know as little girls who are like I hate you. It's like my mom would slap me and send me up to my room seriously. I'll get grounded for the word hate, so hate kind of. Hate is such an. Such a scary word to me that I'm like. I don't know if I could ever say to you. I hate you. Even though there are plenty of times before. In the dark days. I've no I I. I would maybe call every other f-bomb and a whole, but I don't think I could actually say I. H A T E U. She sold it out. Don't say I'm just saying like I like. That's just such a strong word to me for sure I. Respect your beliefs. Really, but I you. Hated you. Not at all. It's interesting though interesting, but I get like. I think for me like maybe it would make me feel better as I've disliked plenty, and you've disliked plenty. The hates just a little, but it's interesting. How much hate can your marriage survive? Well. Let's talk to fill marlow about it. GET THEM ON. I can't wait. These days was sharing more so at Geiko. We'd like to say thanks. Thanks for sharing savage dance moves. Thanks for sharing your diy. Haircut fails. Thanks for sharing your inner lip sync star. Now it's our turn to share with the GEICO back fifteen percent credit on car and motorcycle policies for current and new customers, because we're committed for the long haul, the fifteen percent credit last year, full policy term visit GEICO DOT com slash. Give back for more INFO and eligibility. For All of our listeners, we've been teasing this all episode and we're so so so privileged and excited to have the wonderful. Phil Donahue and Marlo. Thomas on our show today. Thank you both so much for being here. Thank you thank you. Thank you, so we have been reading your book like crazy. It's been it's such a great book. I love the concept guys one about it, but I kinda want dive first into to Marlow. Marlow I I was laughing when I was reading your part where you said that you didn't really even know if you wanted to get married. And that you said marriage is like living with a jailer. You have to please and I was. Reading the pool thousand I was just dying laughing because I'm. Just like you had no interest at all in getting married. No never never never well, you know. I grew up. With, my father was one of ten Lebanese kids, nine of them were boys so I saw nine Lebanese marriages dominated by these men, and they were very loving. They weren't abuse of anything. They were very loving husbands and loving DADS, but they were the boss, and the wives were inservice to them and. I've been so. That's the model I saw and on my mother's side there she was a one of five Italians for girls and a boy, and they all had those same marriages so to me, that was the definition of marriage, and it was completely resistible I mean. I thought well. That's just not for me and I I wasn't upset about or anything. I just knew that's where I did want to go and. I had another live, which was marriage is like a vacuum cleaner encyc-, stick it to your ear, and it sucks out all your energy, Memphis. That's my other one. So? Nobody thought I would ever get married and I. Don't think I would have had a had. You Fall in love with Phil on national television. That didn't hurt. Or also. The world has changed a little bit. You know and the definition of marriage relaxed and I see that I could with the right partner define. My own marriage didn't have to be that really strict place that I saw, but it could be. A roomy enough plays to embrace to whole careers to whole lives, because had my own life, my own name, my own house, my own career as did Phil, so we were very much the mirror image of each other in terms of personality, ambition, and so forth, and that wouldn't have been possible. I could never have married a man. Like my father, or my uncle's wouldn't have happened so. So lot had to happen either. To, meet the right man who I could define my marriage with and. And make a new model and it's funny. The first five years of our marriage we lived in two different cities I was working in la working in Chicago, doing the dominant your show I was producing like by twelve movies in those five years, and he was raising his four sons had custody of his for boys school, so we were travelling every weekend to each other in an aunt of mine said to me. That's not a real marriage and. And I thought to myself. This I never married because I thought marriage had to be her definition, and in fact, she thought my marriage wasn't even a real marriage, and of course, after five years still move to show to New York I moved myself to New York and we made a new life, but that wouldn't have been possible I. Mean even a man making the move you know. When we went on sixty minutes, sixty minutes did A. Beautiful Show on Phil. Donahue, show and I of course was interviewed for it, and he said to me, you know he said I. Don't know that it's right for a man. He said maybe I'm old fashioned, but it's not the man that booze. It's the woman that moves, and I, said Oh Mike. You're not fashion neanderthal. And I love him because he left it in. You know that I call the Neanderthal but that really was Mike. Mike Wallace wasn't older. Man I mean. If he were alive now he'd be over one hundred years old so. For Him. That was just a whole other world where men moved their jobs for a woman Roy? Know but the reason he moved. It is that we talked about? How could we make life together till said I can't make a career in in in Los. Angeles I'm not interested that interested in Hollywood personalities. You know he puts some on. But Rosie was in the world of politics, and so forth and I, said we'll I can't work. In Chicago, I mean the the places where I could work our LA in New York, and so he said what I could work in New York so we actually chose New, York. You know we could have chosen Budapest. Oh, we both could work. That's what that decision was about and ultimately it seems like you guess chose each other in Marlow I have a question for you again before we go to fill in the beginning of the John. McEnroe Patti Smith. You! Know Section of the book. There's a quote saying women are notorious for saying. Oh, he's got potential, but potentials not good enough, and says Mary the person. Don't marry potential when you and Phil began to court each other. was there anything that you saw? You're like okay I know. I Love Phil, but there's some things need to change, or did you just accept him for who he was? No. We did not accept each other who were. We fought pretty hard. The first ten years of our marriage I think. because. We were in a power struggle. Really it wasn't that I. Wish that he was someone else. I just would sit. He was more like me and he wished. That that kind of thing, but but we little what are the interviews that I love in our book? Judy VR Susan Great Children's writer and also written books for adults as well as she and her husband Milton had been married for sixty years, and she said you know no matter how hard you try, he's Never GonNa be you and you're never going to be him, so you're just GonNa have to take as a given that you're different people and accommodate the differences. Don't try to change him. You don't have to compromise your soul for it. Just accommodate who he is accommodate who she is and so we. We did do that on our own. Own but she put it in the words I had not put into words before that really is the truth. I I wanted him to do things my way. He wanted me to do things more his way and we had being Taipei. Personalities were both boss eight. We both ran our own shows, and we will use to people doing it the way we wanted to do it and you had to get marriage. The other person doesn't do it the way you want to do it. You have to negotiate that and you have to step back and say okay. You know he's more laid back than me I`Ma various kind of personality, and so if there's A. A challenge. You know I'm the one that runs for the telephone Let's call this. Let's do that. Let's find a solution. He's the one that says. Let's just take this out a second. Wait. Wait a minute. What what? What's the pros? What the cons that is to annoy me? You know I'd say come on. We can do this. We can fix this. And? He'll be annoyed that I was supposedly going forward, but we learned through the years to appreciate each side of it that a lot of the times it was better to step back and look at it and a lot of times it was better to jump for a solution, but we had to negotiate that rather than insist that we do it immediately the way the other one wanted to do, and then not cowed about it afterward. If we didn't get our way so that that takes some doing no question and Phil. Let's get to you for a second. With as long as you been married before we dive in with some of the celebrity, couples y'all interviewed in shared stories with. What advice would you? Would you have just in your personal experience for young married man, even like myself? My wife and I just sell celebrated five years. married an in just wet through your experience. Would you have to to tell someone like me or other guys out there? Who Will? Turn. Cabo marriage is a high point that mean the white white-dressed the rice. I mean it's a one a dancing. Oh your friends! And family. owned. Married in cloud of lust. and. Suddenly, things become pretty routine day by day and challenging. Yeah, and I think it's important. For people to anticipate this. It's amazing really that we get married. Way Up here higher than a kite. And, then all of a sudden. You know you have to take out the garbage? You know a lot of things. A lot of things change after you're married and. I think that the marriages that last. Are among our between two people who anticipate. These peaks and valleys. There's no such thing as smooth. Sailing. From beginning to 'em every, we learned this in our travels. Meeting all these couples that. You know it's just amazing that the ones. The ones you look from the outside appear to be so idyllic. after you talk to him a little while you begin to realize. That they've all faced serious emotional difficulties that they did not anticipate so. You know I hate to be the person who brings the dark cloud over everything but I do think it helps if you anticipate reality I. Don't think it's a dark cloud I. Think what you're saying is is important because in a one year walking down that aisle, all you can think of is how great this person is, and how great he makes you feel, and she makes you feeling and how you know you're going to be the couple that has the perfect marriage will. You can have a very perfect marriage except the world comes in. In at Chew with disease with addiction with loss of money with lots of job with a single over infidelity with the sick child with a with a child who dies with a sudden illness of all these things that have happened with Jamie Lee Curtis. was a drug addict. Her husband didn't even know that Neil Patrick. Ariza's husband David Burqa had severe alcoholism. They didn't get married with those problems or knowing about those problem Jesse Jackson went off and and had an affair with a woman and had a baby outside of the marriage. What's his name? Curious Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon lost all their savings. Thirty years of savings in the Bernie madoff scandal, and Judy. Woodruff and almond had three children, and their first form was what was Spina Bifida. which is a lifelong. Problem and Michael J. Fox and Tracy three years into marriage or giving his diagnosed with Parkinson's, which would be a lifelong situation so all of these days things happen, but you said a great thing Philip. Will, will you about the fact that these people really wanted it to work? Yeah, that's You can see it. Feel it in what they say. act. the marriages last. Between two people who really what the marriage the last woman has to have the will. Where and all of them did I. Mean that was one denominator of all couples that we interview they really. They went to marriage. I'm swing. They went to seminars with they had troubles. They really it would vested in it. They weren't running for the exit sign when the big storm came, so when any of those things came like infidelity loss of money loss of job while that stuff came illnesses. They didn't run away and I got the feeling I hadn't really thought of it before after talking to all these couples and hearing how they went through each challenge. I thought you know I bet most people get a divorce or runaways 'cause. They're afraid they can't do it. They're afraid they don't have what it takes to face. One of these big things they just they don't. It's gotta be because what we gotta get chicken. You gotta get scared. What else would it be read? There's no question in Jenin I have. Experienced a lot of that firsthand through addiction infidelity. All of that Dr Marriage to and you guys are kind of preaching exactly what we like to say as well. which is you know it's so? It's much harder to stay than it is to leave, and you know hitting the eject button and just walking away from his problems. When you're not when you said Marlin when you're scared of Omar, don't know how to handle them. It's ultimately what Jean and I found out similar to the stories that you're sharing just we wanted it and we were going to do what we needed to to make it work, and it's such A. You know reassuring feeling. Like having couples, two of the celebrity stature that you've interviewed that you guys are and understanding that the rest of us aren't alone like we all have our our crap. We all have something that we've dealt with and. That's what John and I really got from. Your book is just every story. There's somethin' everyone's married. With the Michael J. Fox and Michael and I were talking about that was like a gave me goosebumps goosebumps when he said you know she was, she was said in marriage. You have to you know. Take it all the good with the bad and. You their issues become your issues with our marriages. You know his addiction then became. You Know I. Don't take it on, but it's still a part of our marriage now and it's something we have to. To. Work together on, you know. I, think when you go through it. It's like go into a fire. Off to the side of the fire, you bird off a lot of crap. That was the hair you burned up all the unnecessary stuff that you fight about because once you go through a big thing, you know you burned off the petty stuff, and now you're now. You're of naked now you now you can begin when yeah and I wonder because you know because our first five have been. Just, it's been a battle, but I wonder now okay, are we gonNA, 'cause I feel stronger than I did the day that I married him. And you know even through all the I'm discoveries and stuff like I feel were stronger than we would have been if that didn't happen in a weird way like I I hate that. Grab a pain and all the turmoil I almost like. I love him more because I. Know All the scars, and because of the pain like we've pushed through, and we've endured that now we can communicate more at your end. You're in together. And communicate together, and then, and also to have a set of boundaries that you know I can't tolerate not being able to trust you. To know that you're my guy, you're my girl. You know that you aren't GonNa Wander away from me. Mean those are commitments that we make to each other you know. Fill in I mean we've been married forty years, so we have discussed all of those things. was there something in your marriage where it was almost a breaking point where you just do it anymore? Will I think for us? It was really the the being apart in other words. Our careers were so important to us each individually and we were able to say to each other. You! Know verbally I really respect your work i. really respect your workout. Respect your ambitious spectrum vision, but deep down. We really didn't. Deep down. We really were saying to ourselves if you really loved me, you give that a little bit of that up. If you really love me, you would. Not Do that so much. The truth is is that. The. The ambition that I felt through amid a small story about that is that at one point? Phil was mad at me. That I wasn't coming to Chicago more as I was working in Los. Angeles and I was working as a producer and the starved this movies, so I wasn't able to just run away for five days I would have to be there and so one weekend last. Friday night, leave on Sunday night if he will. Why can't you come on Thursday? Why can't you leave on Monday? So he was, he was questioning my real commitment to the marriage, and I said to him, and we were fighting a lot. And I said to him I said you know how ambitious you are. You know how much you've invested in your work. His first marriage really kind of fell apart because he was holding down three jobs and trying to make it, and you didn't give as much to. The marriage is all the family as one might have wanted anyway said so you know how much you've sacrificed for your work in home vicious you. Are you know how much you put into how hard you've had to work to become who you are. I see will put a skirt on it and that's me. So if you don't understand that, that's me, then you can't get. We can't get there from here. You know, and that really kind of was a turning point for us. You can say all the verbal. Oh, I really believe in you I think you're really what your dreams are important, but if it's an inconvenience to you, you know you're. Then you're in trouble. It's it's gotta be. It's gotTA. Be a all the way in. That's what I saw in my parents. Marriage is all my uncles marriages. Sure they love their wives. They want their wives to have happiness and all that, but not an inconvenience to them. In urban, forbid. Yeah so I. Think I think our our ambition was a very. was a separating situation for us for sure, and nowadays would have. How do you guys manage conflict resolution when you have arguments when things come up, what's Y'all secret or your key to Kinda you know resolving this? One of the. We interview James Carville and Mary Maslum. Is that when you guys were fighting? Right before you? Went to the interview. Though that was Tony and Brooke. Off, that was so funny I love that moment, sorry. They're like we were fighting in your secret we were fighting to. Write a James. Carville story is funny. James Carville says when you find yourself. And your spouse. Going around and around. On an issue that. Is Merely Mickey Mouse when you step back. The the thing I like to do as I say out loud demise spouse. Let's kick. That can down the road. And it sounds very cliche and corny until you do it. At which I did. Laughs definitely damn. We both came back off the road when we're going around around and one of those people you said you did this. No I did Nice said you said you know back, and forth back and forth, and on usually end up with somebody pouting, and until Saturday lsu's kick. This can down the road, and it's true you can just say Oh. This is stupid. Let's stop it so that's one way that's one. It's kind of a good tool but I. think really more important is. That when you get to an impasse was there. He's holding ground and I'm holding ground, and we're both like stubbornly hanging on to what we each feel is the right way to do something or or the wrong that the other one did whatever it is that impasse somebody has to be the one to break the impasse that that that's the only way a marriage is gonNA. Work is that? At Different Times each of you will act, call it. Take the walk across the desert like dot. Did you know somebody has to walk across a desert and say look I'm sorry if it sounded like this or I'm sorry that I did that. Sorry made. You feel bad. Or did I do something to make you feel. Were you so pissed off about? Let's talk about what are you feeling? You know not not that as a Peter Herman. Risk targets says would said you can't say I'm sorry if I made. You feel bad. You know they feel bad. I'm sorry I made you feel. I'm sorry I said that. Made you feel bad. I was cranky. I was in a bad mood because I got. Had A fight with my sister or I got rejected for something I wanted whatever you have to look into yourself because a lot of the times when people lash out at each other or it or something, it's because something else was going on. Also you know, but uh, hanging on and holding a grudge that just absolutely. No, you just have to give that up. It is just bad behavior. You'RE GONNA. Get nowhere with it. Being stubborn touting. One of US used a lot I would that. was. All fame powder. Yeah, he really. Allen. He it's it's interesting. More feeling more men do that. Get defensive more. Yeah. I don't know you know. I'm half Italian half Lebanese very out there kind of person. You don't ever have to try to read my mood. It's pretty obvious. And I don't doubt Harlow I'm curious, though because the Viola interview because this is something that I do as well so you said. You're the chaser and you follow Phil around till you get him to hear you and I feel like in our relationship. It doesn't work because he shut off Phil do you actually her when she's going after you because I feel like I, do that and Mike. I can't hear you right now, and I'm trying to break, but listen to me. Listen listen, and he's just like doesn't want anything to do with me, so I'm like. How do you a make that work? and. Does it actually work? We'll after all these years, it works better. It's still his I. Still his personality to walk away from confrontation. It's still his personality. He doesn't. It is even confrontation he'll. He'll confronted, but when he's feeling all tied up inside, he doesn't know how to get it out. Me Doesn't have that and honey. Stop me if I'm wrong, but you don't have A. he doesn't have a built in. A path back to the sanity of the situation he has, he's dealing with it and. Has To leave the room to deal with it and I chase him and say come on. Let's talk this out. Come on. Let's do this. Let's do that. and. Do that and then sometimes I'll just leave him alone and then a little while later he'll come to my study or something and say okay. I'm sorry, okay. Here's what I was thinking you. You I wanted to be over immediately. Yeah, he can't get over to mmediately, but he's gotten to a place now where he'll get over it quicker. Right, we don't have the same pathway to our own emotions. And I nobody does everybody is different in that way and so. I I think you've kind of given up to it a little bit right. Whole new person. Were IRA of a mirror. I think it's really important a very good question. How do you get past those two different? We'll just did it the other day. You'll really bad me about something and I. I got upset. I left the room I said this is suggests unfair. I'M NOT GONNA. Listen to this. And I left the room and went to study in about a half hour later. Our later you came in and said Okay I'm sorry I didn't mean that. Not Everybody has to studies so. Yeah you know it certainly helped us. You know as you can see. I'm. In I'm sort of a B. Personality when I'm with my low. Untrue. Feel. I think you and I cut from the same cough because. This sounds very very familiar. Right honey well. It's interesting, though because it MARLA would I found. Is that if I continue to Chase Mike? He doesn't hear me and. I'm looking to resolve or I? Want an apology, but when I stop and I don't do that, he comes back so much quicker and then own stuff and he says it. Way Sooner. If I'm trying to be like, didn't you? Can't you see that you did this ABCD? But when I just like all right go have whatever mood you want to have and I stay go outside. He almost acknowledges it quicker and comes back quicker if I don't chase it, so that's kind of been. Exactly exactly. What I'm saying you have to respect and accommodate the other person's ability to get to find the path back to their own sanity. Because it's it's an insane moment. When you get that kind of upset, you know you're not. You're not in your comfort zone. You've fallen out of your comfort zone and again it's fear you know doesn't know how to handle that particular emotion, whatever it is for sure an inner Jamie Lee Curtis and Christopher guest. Was it hatred? Was that the word? Yes, okay, because the beginning of the show we. We started talking about that because. I was chuckling, but also I'm like I. Don't know I've disliked Mike and he's disliked me many times in our five years, but I don't know if I could say that I've that I, hate him. So I'm curious, have y'all have y'all felt fat or What's yours? No actually no, that's why I said a word that I made her repeat it yeah, I eat A. The psychiatrist said to her marriage depends on how much hatred you can bear Mike that and I thought a tolerate. You could tolerate and I thought. Wow, hatred, no, I I have never felt hatred toward Phil I've been really mad at him, really pissed off and want to kill him, but I haven't hated him. I love it I, wanted to kill, too, but I still don't hate you car. Exactly. Hate is a pretty strong word, Lords. Billy Graham on my show? have you ever? Do ever thought about divorce and he said divorce never. Murder Yes sir. That's perfect. was there anyone with the forty couples that you interviewed was air. On your list that you weren't able to get into the book or it? Just scheduling didn't work out that you'd like to still have this conversation with in the future or radically very much. Why interview the OBAMAS and the Bushes? That I was just so interested in being famous is one thing, but being scrutinized every minute of the day Bush is another at I was just interested how their marriages. Didn't grow or did grow, or you know what did that? Do was I know in our marriage. When we were first married, I was a little scared off by The scrutiny that we would put under right away. I mean we were married about six months, and and there were already reports that we were getting a divorce and people making up stories that we'd seen a lawyer and you know, and none of it had happened, but it was a wow. This is GONNA be weird. You know people just can make up things. Shane God before social media but. It, but it would appear in in crummy papers like the enquirer and stuff, but still it's out there and what happens is it's out there in a crummy newspaper for the next time you interview in a good newspaper? It'll say there have been reports of. They're getting a divorce, but wait a minute that was in a paper. That's says it has a story about a woman who gave birth to Awale. Hawker. Why would you take that seriously? So the so they follow you around. You know the story and. I didn't like the the scrutiny in the in the made out divorce stories at first so I can imagine how. We know what that kind of life was to have. Is it how it work on your marriage? Like for me? When we're, there will be stories about us. That were untrue. I wanted to immediately have a statement and have the prestige of put out something and fills personality. Never complain never explain so. We battled about that, and I would say yeah, but if we don't say anything, we don't defend ourselves. It will look like it's true and he will say, don't you just GonNa feed the story never complain never explain. It turned out that I. Did it his way. I mean I decided I? Didn't do it his way to please him I did it his way. Guns I decided that he was right. It was contrary to what I was my impulse, but I thought about it and taught. He's right. Now I didn't do it just to please him. Because then I would resented it I. Did it? Because I was convinced by his point of view, but but but you have to be open to I totally get. That point I think with us to you know things had come out in the public with us, and there was a point where I kinda WanNa talk about it more just because to set the narrative and. We kinda struggled on that a little bit so there's there's definitely positives and negatives to it because you know now that y'all have talked about your story. You're helping a lot of people to you. Know and I think that's that's Kinda the silver lining to being married for forty years and sticking through it and having the. Anonymity I guess in the very beginning of not sharing things, but then you know now having your book and telling your story that just shows you know what y'all have been through and everything else so i. kind of love that as well. Yen this made. This may be a little bit of a cynical question, but with everyone you interviewed. Did you guys ever question their level of honesty when sharing such intimate stories or you know ideas about their marriage? Did, you I was shocked at work. How open everybody was for sure? Well let us in. You know we go knock on their door. They I remember the look at. What. What's your angle here? Riot. And the minute I said something about our marriage. Ran How trivial. It just seemed to blow up in a large door. And they couldn't wait to talk about their marriage. Saw Yeah. I went into this thinking. We'd do maybe twenty five minutes thirty five minute interviews. And Hello. Did we three hours? It would be three hours. You know the the book was originally supposed to be three hundred fifty pages. It's six hundred page. And we had told the publisher that we expected that each chapter would be about twenty five hundred words, which is a nice article length, but each chapter five thousand words. Elton John is six thousand words. Because the story for very rich, we had not expected them to be that interesting. And when we got in a wheel, we obviously taped it and then we got the transcript back, and we would go through it and circle. You know what we thought was really good, and there was just a lot that was so good. And then we started taking ourselves out of it in order to make them shorter, and then we realize, but if we take ourselves out of it, it's not really honest as to what had happened so that we put ourselves back in it and they were just very long at. When we turned the book in, we thought for sure that our publisher at Harper's would ask us to cut it or take some stories out in order to make it shorter, but she didn't. She wrote she called us and said I think these stories are very good and I don't want you to touch a word of it, so we didn't we were very lucky. We second that just from our experience of reading it because it doesn't feel like a six hundred page read at all in its, you said. If you guys took your part out or try to condense these stories, it wouldn't be the same. It wouldn't be as impactful and so i. just know from were huge. Fans of in what you guys did with this book so. Just again, not feeling alone because sometimes I think. Are we the only people that have struggled in our marriage? We the only people that have had this these issues, and then when I read stories of other couples and you. It's like wow, okay. We're not alone, so thank you for having it. For other people and exactly and you know what's really interesting, is that your the winner because half of get divorced? So that's that's what's interesting. The statistics are which was one of the reasons why we were interested in doing the book. The statistics are that half of get divorced in this country, so the half of us that don't get divorced us you the people in this book. We've had to go through a lot. To burn off the bad stuff to be able to to be able to live with another person who's completely different from you, I mean. What are the things Jamie Lee Curtis said is that we are completely different from each other in every way is not an and rob. Reiner set an interesting thing. He said you have to work your own side of the street. I V each of you before you can come together. It's a couple you gotta fix up all the stuff. That's wrong with you. And then all the stuff that you dumped on the other side of the street, too, so the stuff that I might have dumped on his side of the street, and then he dumped on my side of the street, so it's like double stubble cleanup. Exactly aged person and Ted Danson and Mary. Steenburgen talked about that as well. This is his third marriage. Her second marriage and I, said Jim Three marriages, or did you get the optimism to get married a third time and he's. Been married thirty years, so it's working He said well I had to change things about myself. I had to stop lying. I was a liar I said about what he said about everything, but what I was feeling I was also unfaithful, but I didn't tell the truth about who I was because I wanted to be the big. The White Knight Swiped Horse, but so I didn't tell what I was really sealing my insecurities all. Kept all that away to to look like I was better than I was I had to learn to be real invulnerable and save who I was so that I could. Not Play Games, he said early on in my relationship with Mary I want I would start to play a game. She would look at me and I could tell this she could tell it was alive. She she would call me on it. I had to be a better person. I had to be a a better person to be more honest person of who I was. She could love me. WHO WHO I was? I didn't have to pretend to be somebody of and I. think that's we do that a lot to all of us, we. Chris. Rock says a great light. He says when you're dating, not really dating the real person you're. You're dating the representation of the highlighter. Representative. bestself, but would you get married? You're going to see all the other stuff that you representative didn't show before and a and then you learn to work through that and find those things either darling or attractive or sensitive or sympathetic or downright unacceptable, and you have to work through it. You know yeah necessary. I mean Ted's just what you're saying from Ted. Story Mirrors Kinda my own. Some I've a mantra for myself to remind myself when I have those moments is just. You know if I thought. The grass is greener is just going to be the same story, but a different CAST IF I. If I'm not introspective. It's the same thing is going to happen doesn't matter who my wife is doesn't matter who my partner is. Going to be the same thing that John and I try to talk about on our show, and in the book that we're doing doing is just like he has a saying clear-sighted street. It starts with you. Right! Why did you decide to do show? So it actually started with just me. in I had written a book kind of about things in which she know, he was not ready for it, and he ripped it up, and we got into big old fight about it and I was like, but I feel like we went through this, so we can help people, and and he was still really stuck in shame at the and. So then I started this podcast, and he came on as a guest and I said look. You don't have to say anything. We don't have to talk about addiction. At the time. No one knew about sex addiction, and as you just go at your own pace loo. We don't have to tell a soul. And it was what two episodes in were ru talked about affairs. Made being new twelve step program of sex, addiction, and things, just kind of took off and. You know we realize like the same thing that we feel reading y'All's book is what we got to feel as well with people being like. Oh my Gosh, you know my husband's inadequate as well or because you got share this. We don't feel so alone. We're dealing with infidelity, and so they're kind of grew into what the show is now and it's you know it's can be challenging at times, but I think the the silver lining is knowing that we're able to help people just as you guys are doing with your book to and you know now. We have a book with Harpercollins as well as our publishers to and. Comes out September about the good fight and things that you know we are by no means. Perfect or you have it all figured out shoot. You're fighting thirty minutes before this too and. But here are just some of the things that we learned to keep fighting, because you gotta get in there, and you gotta work it all out because we have two beautiful kids and we want. We want to be good parents and good partners for each. It's really important to to keep fighting. It really is I mean we know so many couples who never had a fight. You know and they're divorced now because you're not telling if you're not disagreeing with your mate, then you're not telling the truth is been. People are not born two peas in pod. I fight with my brother and sister I mean. You can't agree with people all the time, and if you don't let it out, then you have resentment, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WHO'S MARRIED TO AL? roker talked about resentment that she felt. She gave up her career in order to take care of their children. He didn't ask to to do that. She made that decision to do that, but she resented the fact that he didn't do it. Wasn't his fault. He didn't tell her to do it in the first place, but she felt as a woman as a mother that she had to give up a lot of her career, but she never talked about it. She just resented it. And then finally she got it out, and they went into marriage counseling and so forth, but that's what happens. If you don't talk about it, it will fester boil until it becomes impossible. Did you guys go to counselling? Or therapy individual couples. Retreat. We've done it all in the last five years. Great but I'm I'm more in love with them today that I than I was yesterday. So I like because of our struggle like I. I love our struggle. It's been great. If you if you agree to go to counselling. That is a fabulous act of love. That's a person who really wants to make this. Happen will make a marriage last Who who wants to go and talk about it with a stranger? You agree to do that. that you know that's pretty pretty big evidence that you want this marriage. And we discovered that attitude in lot of the. A lot of the. People the couples we interviewed. A often it's one person that saves the marriage and makes it last. By taking by by by bringing up therapy, but but the couple, but the couples will do it together like Raanan show Howard in Bryan. Cranston Robin Dearden and all of them. Who did it together that became? You know that's what saved their marriage. And that's the to fill, said from the very beginning of his talk that we're having. Is that really what makes a marriage last is both people wanted to last and work for it, and and there's just no other way because there's no way for to individual people unless you're gonNA, marry a sponge you know. that. It's GonNa. It's GonNa work unless you both invest in it. Really have to invest in it and I think that's the beauty of it and the fun of it, and and as you were saying you love him more, you love him more because you do. See his his frailties in his imperfections, and his desire that for the love of the two of you is willing to. Solve those. Challenges that that's that's that's great I mean. That really is I. I think that is what makes that's called love that is it good fight? We read about a lot of love in Y'all's book. What makes marriage last and so everyone? Please please please get this book. It's so so so good in Marlow from Michigan too so Michigan- Michigan Love Right here and we love Saint Jude it's one of the most magical places ever, so thank you for everything you. Saint Chelsea. Bless your heart, yeah! We. With within country music, we've we've been there. A bunch with the Saint Jude radiothon so just thank you for everything you do. Phil I love you. You are an inspiration both of Youtube, so thank you so much everyone again. What makes a marriage last through a more? Thank your. Thank you so? Really, appreciate it. I. I. Love! I mean Love Them I want to be in their next book I just want to sit down with them and tell stories and have conversations l. for sure Marlow, just my spirit animal. She really is I love her but I hope you got a lot of this and I. There's just one thing I. WanNa say to because he said it's. I think you said it's easier. To leave and I just want to say because some people say. Mussa easier simpler it's. Comparing the decisions. I gotta say it'd be really effing heartily. It takes a lot of Kudos I. Think to leave and to be a single parent. Sometimes it's. Entering kids mix yeah. To stay when there's just for the women that I can't. When I think about being a single parent sometimes when I'm like, go down to the the divorce train in my mind. I'm like. Oh Shit I don't know if I want them every day. For sure I'm saying that I was talking about our situation. Divorce in general. That's why because people think it's easier just to leave. That's what I'm saying. Generally, that's why it's fifty percent divorce rate in our countries, because people have this misconception that it's just easier to leave I don't WanNa go through the pain. I'm going to leave and I. Just wanted to make sure the seat bother. It'd be like. Wait a minute, no, I. That one time and I got in a lot trouble so I was just protecting i. knew what you meant. No, no okay We'll just leave it with this. This is part of their book. in the Tony and Brooke Adams Brooke says the bottom line is i. say this as a woman a woman. Women are impossible and men are annoying. Leave it at that. See for thought. Late. It's time to say SIA to see. I know it's like cd just got here and it's already obsolete, but don't worry. There's something better. It's called synchronicity full spectrum, hemp oil, and it will completely change your perception of what a hemp oil should be. We'll. Synchronicity is made from whole ham plans Michael that have been gently hand-pressed, so you receive all the nutrients. If you didn't know, why are we settled for CBD honey? 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Nadia Bolz-Weber

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

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Nadia Bolz-Weber

"Welcome. Welcome. Welcome to armchair expert experts on expert I'm DAX Shepard Hello Monica Badminton Dak Shepherd. You're in a stunning orange toed ahead pain guy. At. My nails match. Yeah. Oranges you're color purple Color Orange boy does it make the skin pop pop pop thank you. Now listen upon popular request. We were urged to have a religious person on to you know share different side Yes because often I'm spewing my atheist Dick take on things nihilistic terrible view of life and there's no one there to rebuttal about what the Christians feel like. So we were urged find someone in Nadia was suggested to us and by George do we love her? Yes, she was awesome. Nadia Bolts Weber is three times New York Times bestselling author a Lutheran Minister in public theologian she is an ordained Lutheran pastor founder of. House for all sinners and saints in Denver, Colorado or books are shameless a sexual reformation, accidental saints, finding God and all the wrong people and Patrick's cranky beautiful faith of a center in a saint naughtiest podcast is called the confessional and it features ugly confessions from beautiful people. She is all kinds of fun and we love talking to her very cool conversation. So different than our normal ones, it really was it was fantastic. So please enjoy Nadia Bolts Weber, we are supported by square. Now you might know squares that little white reader but square has a lot more tools that can help businesses especially now, the businesses are having to figure out when and. How to safely reopen and make things work in this new normal. But businesses are stepping up to the challenge like Consolo. 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One of the best parts of subscribing was just. Getting my 'cause box in the mail they ship it right to your door for free. An opening is like opening a huge bundle of gifts join the movement of women who care about the brands they support in the products they use get this for yourself or for someone you love is I did go check out 'cause box that see a U.. S.. E. B. O. X. caused box before their fall boxes sell out at 'cause box, dot com slash DAX, and use Kodak's to get twenty percents off your first box. I can tell you firsthand you're gonNA love it. He's. First of all, I just want to thank you for doing our podcast. I, think you mentioned on one of the episodes you wanted to talk to someone in religion, and then a shit ton of people tag me on Instagram and they're like talked to Nadia Yeah people who are not religious. I'm their religion person. Like light. Religion religious. I'm very proud of my atheist readership. That's my shiny little trophy a yeah. I'm going to quote some of the stuff I saw you speak on learning about you. That is incredibly profound and transcends all that stuff but it really came about because I'm an outspoken atheist lots of our listeners are a religious and many of them have said you know it'd be cool if eventually when you said that Shit someone had a response which I totally agreed with. So I I guess I just wanted to declare to you what my intention is. which is I'm not the type of atheist that wants anyone to stop believing in God Monica, and I have a couple of really close friends that I can see Jesus in their life I am not denying. That for them it's it's really really cool. If I have a single alterior motive, it's really just to find out how you navigate certain areas of it that that would be very hard for me to navigate fresh air. That sounds fun. Okay graduate. And also I equally am not the kind of Christian. People want to come to me and explain why they don't go to church and I'm like, Oh, I'm so sorry I I don't care I. I don't have a dog in that fight at all. You don't get a year in bonus with. Exact even when I was a parish passed or you know I, found it interesting what people believed in my parish put I didn't feel responsible for what they believe. At all like what you believe has to do with a million things I have nothing to do with why don't maybe we could start with what I interpreted similarities between you and I in that, we're we're both scumbag attic alcoholics. Yeah correct. Yes. Yeah and I think that could make us closer than anything could make people close. Yeah. I'm definitely garbage person. Twenty eight years sober this year. Yeah. Gradually. Impressive my boyfriend and I think we have I'm not so great at the math, but he also has I think he has twenty nine years. Nine years. Okay. So that is fifty seven, fifty, seven cumulative years. You. Think we'd be more mature if you do the math, you're like, wow, you're in the fifth dimension right and I'm like, no still a garbage person. Yeah. Why I guess I tried to explain to people like Oh, it is fixed nothing. My first thought is still when my daughter's crying like funding a I gotta get up and I got a step over all my shitty `nice and then get to the point where I go stand up and go look and then I do it but that's all it taught me to stand up and go look it didn't. Yeah. Heat me from being self centered. Yeah. Well, my friend said we really suffer from a disease called I thought wrong all. You. Might go further and go like first second third. For me I'm like progress is like. Oh, there's the right answer I mean even after all the programs sobriety therapy I, do any grandma you're into that personality stuff even after all that my first reaction to almost everything is fuck you. Now I almost never stay there but I pretty much all start there but the time that elapses between starting there and going somewhere in responding from a different place shorter but. I didn't get a personality transplant. I'm still have the same wiring. You know we interviewed Bill Gates on Tuesday he always warms up for me. Prior to going in to talk to him, I had to have like a real long lecture with myself, which is like this is not your opportunity to try to prove to him. You're smart and get his approval. That is not what this is about like you gotta enter this. He's so much more than you get off that thought just don't don't do that. So it ended in my bedroom and I actually have this moment where I go on really proud of myself. I stayed humble and I didn't do the thing I was afraid of I. Wonder if will win a peabody for that Inter. and. Then I. Laughed hysterically. 'cause I'm like look at you met your complementing yourself on your humility, and then literally you're now you think maybe you'll win a peabody and I shared that then the next at a meeting house like the gift is I laughed out. Loud. WHEREAS TEEN YEARS AGO I would've plan that peabody for good to your acceptance speech. What you're gonNA, wear. Off Mad at. Exactly. So my equivalent is one of my closest friends her name was Rachel. Held Evans. She died a little over a year ago and she's also a writer and Speaker in Progressive Christian circles and a dear friend we started a conference we ran for years together during the Obama Administration when she announced that she was invited to the White House prayer breakfast my very first thought was why wasn't I invited to the White House Bergqvist much my second thought was who the fuck thinks that. person's like why was an I invited to the White House? Myself. So fast. Yeah I love that we have that in common and then just give. A brief history of of your life million people love you which they all reached out. So most people notice your from Colorado you had some addiction you got sober. You became an author you're three times New York's bestseller, and then you you ended up becoming a Lutheran Minister and then you founded house for all sinners and saints is a congregation of Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denver. So how do you get from getting sober to? To to occupying that role. So I was raised super fundamentalist. Christian like Kinda whack a doodle sectarian we went to church three times a week. Women weren't allowed to pray out loud in front of men couldn't preach couldn't be ushers even the whole thing about women not having authority over men was taken. So seriously that when we turn twelve schoolteachers were always women up until that point and then we had a man a Sunday school. Because twelve year old boys had more authority than grown women in the church owes oh my gosh. Wow and we were the only Christians like we really believe we're the only Christians and so people it'd be like, Hey, is sure new friend stacy a Christian and I'd have to be like, no, she's a baptist and so is that kind of deal but it's all I knew and of course, you don't know your childhoods crazy till you meet other people and then you're like Oh that's not normal I left that church when I was probably sixteen seventeen years old and I couldn't have anything to do with Christianity I hated it got really personal question. Any trauma that preceded the departure. Okay. I had some trauma but I had nothing to do with the church. I was just a really sick kid at autoimmune disorder caused my eyes to bulge out itsy white all around the irs my eyelids couldn't close. So my lies are bulged out of my face and I couldn't have surgery till I was like sixteen not grave it is. Okay but don't get grave's disease. So it went undiagnosed for a long time at all this alien nation and when I get to high school, the only people who seem to in any way think I was cool where the gay boys like they loved me what happened was when there's a difference between what I'm told his true or what I'm told to believe is true and what I experienced to be true. There's a problem I was told homosexuality is an abomination and that you know all this up but then I, go to high school and and. They, thought I was fabulous and it was my first experience of people thinking I was cool or even wanting to hang out with me and it was love these boys loved me and I loved them and so what I was experiencing to be true was very different than what I taught was true and Mamata pretty much go with my experience if that happens and also I was told you know women had to couldn't have authority over men but I'm like but hold on why am I smart martyr than my male Sunday schoolteacher then you know like Just stuff just didn't work. So I laughed and I hated it I didn't know any other form of Christianity existed and just thought it was damaging an irrational fundamentalism is something that is hard to leave, but it's hard to leave him more than one way because it gives you a dualistic thinking like. This like there's good and bad right and wrong black and white people are saying to their lost. It forces you to a compartmentalize her because they're. Being, confronted with reality and you're learning another thing and then you're just really getting good at having multiple personalities virtually right. You have to pretend things are true when you're experiencing them not to be true it's easier to leave a fundamentalist church than it is to leave the thinking gave you and so I ended up becoming this super hardcore leftist activists but with really the same kind of thinking either your down with the 'cause you're against I mean I was involved in this like crazy armed land rights battle in northern, New Mexico and It was just it was not harmed land battle, but it was the same and Talapity and in a way, and so I've had so much distance from it. Now that when I had a prisoner, maybe five six years ago, say who was just coming out of fundamentalism and in which would get so triggered an angry every time she saw something from one of her Christian on facebook like one of their stupid memes she'd just get should get. So angry inch said not you don't seem angry about it anymore because winded you know you were free from and I realized I was free. From It when I could look back on my religious upbringing and not view it dualistic. When I could allow myself to admit there were beautiful things about my upbringing and that didn't feel like a betrayal of the part of me that the shitty things hurt. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Then I was free that's when I left fundamentalism man you're you're striking on such a larger issue which is just thinking versus nuance and gray in life is almost ninety nine percent nuancing gray. It's harder for us to understand I mean we think categorically and yeah, just want to put things in the right category all the time, which really is a matter of survival like you look at a plant and you're like is that dinner or is it poison? You couldn't be like? Is it a shade of poison and maybe partially dinner in couldn't do it? Is it Silla Simon? It's poison and it's grey. I. So that was sort of my journey. So what happened was when I got sober I have hearing you gotTa do the God thing the prayer thing like that's kind of how it works and I realized I didn't really ever stop believing in God ever that didn't go a the whole time. I still love Jesus. I just couldn't. The church, and so I think that the theological non specificity of the twelve steps is what allowed me to find a theological specificity that met me where my experience was. If that makes sense. So I discovered Lutheran theology is just really different than other Christian theology because it's based in paradox, it's not based in that dualistic thinking it's based in like holding really difficult things intentioned. So you gave a eulogy or something yes. So I, was Kinda, dipping my toe back into Christianity but in this more social justice oriented kind of liberal lutheranism. So I was going to church and. A good friend of mine named PJ More I was also doing stand up just because I couldn't afford therapy and so I just. I'd rather make thirty dollars emceeing set as county works. We're shit out that way sure I had I was part of this home group this twelve step group that my friend pj he was a comic and he was a member of that group and we're really good friends and you know he struggled a lot with mental illness issues and he kinda lost the battle you know so he ended up dying by suicide. And when he died all of our friends, just kinda turned to me in they're like, well, you can do as funeral right. I hadn't been to seminary I was just literally the only religious person in my friend group. So they assumed you could do it, and so I guess so I gave his eulogy and it was at the comedy works in downtown Denver Packed House and I just looked at it at the crowd. Comics were really trying to not show any emotion because it's like you know Social Darwinism runs very deep in the green. Room? You know academics and recovering alcoholics and queers and I, just look out at the sea a people and I'm standing there and I'm like are not church folks. They don't have a pastor and then I was like Oh shit. I think that's supposed to be me. It really was this. These people need somebody to pass through them, and then when I thought Oh I think that's me that sent me on my path. So like my like so-called like call to ministry was not generic. I. I wanted to be a pastor to my people and then what was the education you then took on? Well I ended up getting a degree in religion from cu, boulder and then I have a masters of divinity from Eyelid School of Theology process though whereby you get sued. Thoroughness extensive. You have to have a graduate degree in theology, and then you have to work is like the hospital chaplain for a while and. To, do your of intern ship, and then there's a body of people this committee that's walking with you the whole time, and at each point they decide you go to the next point. So. It's not the easiest thing and so when people are like, Oh, I'm ordain to universal life because you know I did my friend's wedding I'm like, I. Do. You know how many years of Education Training and like a group that represents another group of millions of people like check me all the way and I have a bishop and. Apostolic Succession the Bishop Hands On me all of this stuff. Your had a credit card transition and so. If you want to see them as comparable knock yourself out but I feel like you're asking a lot of me to see. You were watching game of thrones while you went through the course and you and you didn't miss any of the plot so. Oh that's interesting and I'm just now I'm catching up. It's so stupid I didn't think but lutheranism is Martin Luther right in. Right break away from Catholicism Yeah. So my church house for all centers and saying that I started. Our Church logo, a piece of parchment with a nail at the top, like ninety, five theses on the door of the Wittenberg church, and so we used to have shirt that had that on the front and the back. It said Radical Protestants kneeling shit to the church door since fifteen seventeen. That was our shirt shirt. Okay. So I watched a video of yours today that you read this passage in. It's about these emperors basically, and then you started thinking in terms of what those people really feel when that was written, what were they experiencing and you said what they're experiencing was basically oppression from these these people these monarchs and asked your own fresheners what things they felt oppressed by our subjugated by in overwhelmingly it was depression and anxiety and. These different things and then you go on to say in this gave me chills. You said these guys pontius pilot and whoever else are only remembered because they are a footnote to a man named Jesus who hung out with fishermen and sex workers, and that's why they're remembered there a footnote to someone more important in your anxiety is a footnote to your life and your bosses of footnote to your life and I got chills and I'm getting them now look. Long goosebumps I'm like what a fucking kick ass. Interpretation. That in. So I immediately it was like that's kind of my introduction to what you think and how you're approaching this whole thing. Now, here's where I'm confused. So to mean, you're waiting through so much stuff to pull out what is good about you did find something that's so inspiring and so beautiful but man, you had to pull it out of that tax and also argue you had to ignore so much of the tax in getting to the things that you would want other people to. Embrace in. So my question is why aren't there among the many like minded people like you? Why would it be impossible for you to get together in amend the fucking constitution you guys have the constitution and it had slavery in it and you know at some point we said slavery's bullshit and we amended the constitution. We didn't leave it in there and just go Oh skip that part we amended it. Why don't you get together in pull out what's great of from that book and find some consensus in just ditch all the Misogyny, the the slavery Fisher the homophobe the patriarchal you know there's so much stuff i. Helped me understand why that's not an option well, Thomas. Jefferson. Did that did you? Know, he just literally just cut all the shit out. He didn't like there's the Thomas Jefferson Bible. Yeah. Okay. So I didn't know that. Yeah that's not unheard of instinct but also the thing about the Bible is it's like the world's most fucked up family album right? So okay we could say lester the molester we don't want him in there anymore. But if we do that, we don't know what to look for in the next generation right to me to say, Hey, there's all that shit in there. All of that is just the disaster of human behavior and greed and hatred, right? So I don't want to forget it. In the Psalms, their psalms that are phone praising God for the Leviathan the sea monsters like it's all good it's off beautiful. But then there songs where it's like, I want to bash enemies babies heads against the stones. You know when people are like they're so violent I'm like you've never thought violent thing like that's not somehow part of your makeup. So to me, it's about this incredible breadth of the human experience when it comes to ourselves and to trying to understand the divine and it doesn't mean that all of its good a lot of it is absolutely garbage. Here's like something that the constitution in the Bible having common is the way people leverage it to their own advantage and pretend that's not what they're doing. So constitutional originalists. Hey It's not me. This is just what the founders wanted. This is what the people who drafted the constitution intended. So if it's not my interpretation, I'm like, Oh, it just happens to benefit the category of citizen you are. That's a fucking coincidence. Show me a black female jurist, who's a constitutional originalist. That's not that's not thing same with the Bible. You know people do the same exact thing in my upbringing they're like, hey, this is not about us the men who were preaching and teaching us to behave a certain way I had to go to Christian charm class. You can tell that fucking worked like a charm. They're saying, Hey, it's not us. This is God's will and they're like, so go make me a burger, right so. The reason I'm still in the game, the reason I won't leave is because Scripture Liturgy theology these things are way to potent to be left in the hands of people who only use them to justify their dominance over another group of people. Yes. In look I'm very, very grateful that you're of voice in Christianity for that exact reason but let me try to transpose something more current that I would say arguably sounds like a similar defense is the civil war generals that are you know decorating many towns Squares across America I feel like the argument you're making a little similar to those people saying, well, if we get rid of those statues, we're getting rid of history to which I would argue no have done is stopped celebrating them. They're not going to be absent from the war chronicles and similarly I would say to you that book is worshipped. It's not it. The book is into history. Of Western civilization it is a religious texts that people read before bed and they redid their children and their children. It's a teaching tool, and so I'm a little nervous that it's not in the context that I would prefer it to be like, yeah. Look at all the GNARLIEST humanness look at all the Patriarchy look at this picture but I would say using your analogy, it's to say look we're not going to inscribe the bash babies heads against the stones song on a plaque, and then have that in our public square. Okay. You'RE NOT GONNA take it out of the book just like we're not gonNa take what the confederacy was about out of the textbooks. Move that but we're not going to worship it in your right use. The right word people worship the and there's a there's a theological turn for that. It's called idolatry 'cause the Bible's not God. Well Yeah. That could be another three hour conversation with you and either the notion that a man wrote it and the man is, is that the the the man who wrote it is recalling what he learned in A. Nine Hour Seminar you couldn't put twenty five people in a room give them a half hour speech get him out of the room. Have them write it down and get anything above twenty percent accuracy of its own concerning issue. But I do think that there are something inspired to it. But that doesn't mean God, you know how the presidents to sign their name they have that little machine that does it does the things. Oh. Yeah. There's a way that you can have your autograph with a pen and it doesn't. Yuck. Ben Mechanized Yeah. Okay. There's a fancy word for it. I don't know it is, but it's not like that kind of transcription system. It's people struggling with their experience of themselves in their ideas of God and inspiration all at the same time. So it's always going to be a mix of those things and so to me again is a Lutheran I just have a different view of the Bible than most Christians do because that term like the word of God right. To Lutherans that term means Jesus? That's the word of God is. There prologue John said in the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was God and the word was made flesh and dwelt among us. So to Lutherans like that's the word of God, it's a person that we can read about talk about preach about like that's the word now secondly, the word of God is any kind of preaching or music or whatever that tells that story, and then only thirdly in a tertiary since it's the taxed and so Martin Luther said the Bible's the cradle that holds Christ the. Cradle is in Christ that this is where people get super confused. So they confuse the rapping in the gift you know and so to me anything in there that talks about grace and forgiveness and all the stuff that that whole. Jesus. Thing was about that has more gravity that has more authority than anything else in the Bible, and then anything that comes close to that that message has more authority. Now, the further out you get from that message, the less authority at House in farther out does that mean in in time and space? No. Terms what that messages if they're like well, what do you do with the verse that says that if a man lays with another man, he should be stoned to death. So. Sorry. I. Don't have a horse in that race. I don't have to stand up for some shit that's way out here compared to the the central message. Yeah. I already have my answer. You do believe that's relevant and it has value and it should be in there despite the fact that you're not going to make that part of one of your speeches, a bummer to me that it still is weaponized by a big sector of the the country. Still is there proof that they can stand on why marriage between two men will rune marriage because they have this tax that's camouflage for their own hangups that's all it is totally. So the thing where you got goosebumps from this this message, I would argue that in some way that's difficult to articulate. It's because there's something in that book that win you do the work and you dig, there's like something. Different it's an endless reservoir of meaning and transformation that can be found in it that you're not gonNA find on Oprah's book club less. Stay, tuned for more armchair. Dare. We are supported by Iranian. There's a thousand reasons why protecting your home matters to you, but there's some hidden reasons people who might not even think me this was literally last night. I hear a bunch of footsteps on the deck behind the House it sounded to me like two full grown men. 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So you've got at least respect, the staying power of it, which which I. Totally do that. Clearly, there's some magic there. I would say because it's Fru. Now hear me out the reason we are still telling these stories is because the stories are true. Now here's something the enlightenment stole from us is the ability to distinguish between fact and truth. So if somebody says. Do you think the fact that Jesus was born of a virgin like a medical fact I'm like? A fact that's unknowable. Is it true? It's absolutely true how I. Like to me, that sounds a little bit like I do recognize there are emotional truths that are often in opposition to empirical facts. A recognize that in a big part of our life is is emotional and spiritual. So it has to be given the same weight. That's right I. Guess that's kind of what I'm saying is that there is truth to these stories. There's a spiritual truth to them in people get hung up on but is is it verifiably factually true? We weren't even thinking about verifiable factual truth until about twenty minutes ago and humanity right? You know the scientific method and human reason and all that Shit that the enlightenment hey I'm a fan. Of Penicillin like I'm not saying it was bad for us but just saying, Charles Taylor said at the enlightenment gave with one hand install with the other. So they're things that it took from us and so fundamentalism did not exist before the enlightenment fundamentalism literally a reaction to the Enlightenment Right Are you anti enlightenment. No I think that there are things that it gave and things took away because now after the Lightman if we have a way of understanding reality like scientific, the scientific method, verifiable facts, things like this now that human reason has been elevated in that way then these other things that we know are true in terms of religion now in order for. Their true. We have to believe there fact in the same way that idea of a literal seven day creation than creationism. That's that's this weird mix of the enlightenment telling us there's only one way to understand what's true. But then when would we say that what's true is subjective versus what's factual is objective that's a good question. I don't know that I have an answer for that. Yeah. That is a really good question I have a few thoughts in order to lay them out correctly, I wanted to write them down this morning. So here's one thing I thought you think the blind eye, we turn towards the gnarly parts of the Bible. Is Easy for us to do because we've been conditioned through having parents who are deeply flawed and may have heard us. But who we love deeply, you think our willingness to accept this misogynistic Zena phobic scientifically inaccurate. Geologically impossible text is sad in that. It's sad. We've been trained to accept that because we desire the love of our father or God that. Much isn't this one big abusive relationship shouldn't we reject the love of someone who would ask us to kill our son to prove our love and commitment to him? Isn't that pathological? Okay. There's a lot a yeah. There's a lot in there. I guess my question of that story is last like what kind of God is it? That would ask this and more. What is it within humans? That makes us believe that God asks this of us. So there's a truth to be found in the story. For me, but it's not the one I think I was taught. Yeah. But what's been explained to me in defense of that story is that will got didn't kill his son and that when he proved his love and devotion to God, of course, God would never let him kill his son and he didn't but not very satiated with that answer. That's still a very vain God who wants to test your love and is clearly shown. There's conditions to his love right and that is so similar to to to are flawed parents. We all have and I can feel the same way about me and I just get worried that we're conditioned to ignore what we know like you were saying you you know the the the reality is not meeting up with what you're being taught and I think, sadly, we're pretty conditioned to be that way. Yeah. Do you Dave Javer Bomas? Is God on twitter the twelve God. Yeah. He had a show on Broadway that was called called. Oh Gosh. It was basically God. New New commandments like he has sean burn it yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah I saw. Yup So. One of the most brilliant there's a term called. Just where you take tax in the Bible and you just dig the shit out of it like you kind of go. What does this word? What does that you look for? What's the interpretation you just go to town with? Could it mean this? Could it be and he's an atheist I'm your hung out with the dude, he's atheist but he had to me the most astounding interpretation exa Jackal approach to this is a story Isaac Abraham story remember but he goes one of the commandments was thou shalt not seek to have a personal relationship with me. Are All about their personal relationship with God. Yeah, yeah. So one of the new commandments don't seek that out right in your house. Yeah he goes. Here's why it's for your own good because I had a personal relationship with one of you wants in brought out the worst in me. So in the tax, Abraham has a very particular relationship with God. They were just close. Yeah. They were just they were Bros... Let's say okay in Dave's interpretation God in the play is saying, don't try and have a personal relationship with me. It brought out the worst because I really was close to this Guy Abraham so much so that I said I wanNA give you your heart's desire and what Abraham and Sarah wanted more than anything in the world was to have a son and Sarah was old they were old right there were like it's never gonNA happen and an angel comes and says, no, your descendants are going to fill the land and Sarah laughs because she's like I got a dusty ass wound there's no way having a terrible but. then. They had the son Isaac right and so imagine if you're elderly and you think it's never going to happen and you have this like precious son in. So God's like, yeah I had a close relationship and he he goes what do you want? He goes I want to sign and I gave him then you want more than anything in the world and he loved that son so much that I started thinking. Does he love that Sun more than he loves me? and. Then I did a super fucked up thing. Him Like do you love this Sun, will you kill the son for me? It was genius telling of the story, but to me the stories in the Bible, tell us about ourselves and if we're lucky, we get a glimpse of some kind of truth about the divine as well. Okay. So in your mind because again and I'm not saying this in a patronizing wait to me since I don't believe that the man Jesus Christos was actually the son of God. I recognize there was a man here by that name sure as a history I acknowledge that but because I don't believe he was divine. And I, know you do. But then I I do recognize that you also are going to concede that the earth was probably not made in seven days. Where are you on the part? Where is the God you worship that vein that he could make a mistake as the all knowing omnipotent. But yet also got jealous of a child. He created I think God. Is like man you guys drive me nuts. Okay. Let's see. What can I do to set the straight in. So God's like I think I'll just make myself manifest inside rapidly dividing cells inside the womb of an insignificant Palestinian girl in the first century who's not married, and I'll see how they do with like forever. This is how I want to be known. As a completely powerless phone or -able homeless infant that has no place in our society at all like absolutely marginalized and God's like this is forever how I wanNA be no yeah. Yeah. No, that's A. Yeah. If there were God and the God chose to send his son down and he put him in that position. It would be very admirable. That's what I would hope. I'm not big enough to do that. I have children's made money and I can tell you. I'm not going to help them when they're older. But I'm GonNa fuck and help them when they're older I'm not big enough to to do that I'm to humans and let them suffer. I. Actually don't dig the whole son of God thing don't. So Jesus is just got. Yeah. Here's the thing is when people start talking about Jesus like he's God's little boy. It gets it gets it gets very disturbing to me because. It's like God is divine child abuser. So then the story is like God had a little boy he only had one. We don't know fertility issues not sure, God. and He loved that little boy so much. But you know what he had to do because you masturbated he had a child that little. You know. In the world. So easily die because I put my mom's underwear. Yeah Your fault juice it feel real bad matter of fact, you should feel so bad about the fact that you caused God to kill his little boy he loves so much that you're. Like this is the whole. Yeah. There you go. Jellicoe Christianity God is divine child abuser trying to make you feel bad so that you'll act good. Yeah. Yeah. Now, it's also technically heresy to say that he's the son of God is harassing not to use that term but functionally, if people mostly in American Evangelical Christianity if you say God, they think God the Father Right Yeah Dude and this guy or the power long yeah. Capricious killer surveillance system, Robert Grilling. Exactly. Okay. So that's what they think. Then there's just a couple of minor supporting characters Jesus and the Holy Spirit who are less important. Well, that's Harris. It's called areas not related to the racist thing but you know in the fourth century, it was ruled heretical. So the Council of Thea when they came up with this sort of formula for this is what Christians believe they were like it was all about who is Christ and like it was all about the Trinitaria an thing. To them they're like, no, Jesus is God. Grad is three things at the same time. Now talk about like paradox and not dualistic thinking that God is like relationship. Well, my favorite name. I'm sure you've seen it is that picture of Jesus praying have you seen this one? Jesus is praying and it says God can you hear me? It's me you. Know like Trinitaria theologies a bit of a Mental Pretzel. But I like it because it keeps us from getting too prideful about knowing exactly what the Is Lake like I. Kind of like the fact that Super Puzzling I. in fact, in my judge, it's not to say that I'm judgment less of Christians again I I am truly in support of anyone that's finding any peace in harmony in betterment through that I truly am the arrogance gets waved when the notion that you could understand this thing. Totally I need a God who is maybe slightly more mysterious and Nimble and powerful than my ability to understand, God yes. I agree with your problems you yeah. Yeah. That's AAA thing. It's like, oh God that's big enough to solve problems because I can. Yeah. But the Trinitaria and thing also it's kind of like I think baseball like if the bases honest to God, we're like one inch farther apart they'd never score and if the basis where like one inch closer, they'd score all the time. It would be even more boring. So I think that with like trying to tear in theology this idea of these three beings in relationship or three ideas. So three pieces of wisdom or truths or whatever in relationship is balanced in that way. So anyway most I would say, technically most Christians in America, heretics yeah? Okay So I, guess what I'm having a hard time differentiating is when you read in your interpreting these stories and you're finding the humanity takeaways and how it's reflecting what we do on earth, what is the difference between what you're doing, and then like how we'd read the Bible the same way where we don't believe in God but we're still taking it as you know, what's a nicer word than fable but like these are lessons, these are lessons, beautiful teachings. There's definitely step to be learned whether you're an atheist or you believe in I, guess for me the people who are strong believers believe the taxed and it seems like you. Interpret. The tax. So what I, what is the difference between what you are doing and what we're doing you believe in Jesus but what does that mean? What do you believe he does? or not leave his real believe he was real. Yeah. He mostly gets me better parking spaces. Growing. I mean once you get a gold card status, it goes with the parking. VIP All the way I don't know that's a really good question because. I do believe the stuff like I'm down like I believe in miracles. You've I believe all the crazy shit. Now it's very hard for me to like defend why believe it because it's faith right? Never understood how do you defend fe right? It's not. It's never appealed to me to even try. And Get back to like the fact that I don't really care like when I was in my perish I didn't care what my prisoners believed but I cared deeply what they heard what they heard from me. I was responsible for what they heard and for me, their point of gravity to the whole thing is grace. That's the center point of the whole deal if it's if it's anything other than grace and mercy and forgiveness than I, don't think it's actually Christian well, and I want to say anyone that were to hear of Jesus Literal Life and who he chose to spend time with and what the message was. He said that. We know for sure I can't imagine there's a human on earth that would object to his lifestyle, his message of forgiveness, his message of love and his message of inclusion. There's no question that that person was a syd Arthur. A Buddha are either one of these langner enlightened human beings that have been here right or maybe not a human being but there's no pushback for me or Monica. I can't imagine anyone on the message, the teachings, the spirit of Jesus you know I'm sure on that. Now I ended up speaking at a lot of events that aren't Christian events. So I met like it's such an insufferable term thought leader gathering. Yeah and if feminists gatherings and Wellness Conference Oh this is not Christian. Right there like bringing the token one, we can handle we. We're guilty of. and. Talk to this person. So people come up to me again, they tell me their stories about, Hey, I was raised Catholic but my mom divorce finally divorced but my abusive dad, and then they wouldn't give her community anymore. So I can't have anything to do with the church I left or you know I was raised methodist but you know the pastor was embezzling money and I really looked up to him and I was like I can't I don't have anything to do with it not once has somebody come up to me and be like well, you know I was raised Christian but then I just one day. I, just realized that Jesus guy just doesn't have much to offer. Not once, and so what I realized is that people don't leave Christianity because they stop believing in the teachings of Jesus People Leave Christianity because they believe in the teachings of Jesus so much they can't stomach being part of an institution that claims to be about that and clearly isn't yeah. Yeah. Yeah I agree and then I just wanted to take one second to bond with you because I'm being adversarial but I don't WanNA volunteer because in my own life I have an experienced you're describing, which is I. Enjoy Reading Critiques of Aa I've people have sent me lots of scholarly of a and yeah, it does fit the definition of occult. Can't deny about it right and then for me, it comes down to like all of that could be true. But that happens to be the thing that saved my life and I had tried nearly every other thing. So regardless of what your academic resistance to a is, I can only go on the fact that it saved my life and then I also did things that I don't. Do that I don't believe in in the act of doing those things I don't believe in is actually just a of humility which I greatly needed and also I couldn't solve the problem on my own and there's some magic in there and I don't know that I could put it into tax. You know. So that's something that I'm not even threatened when people hate on a AM I. Get a two man if I if I were you, it would look like scientology to great. But for me I'm only here because of it so I don't know what to tell you right I. Think the big book had some kind of divine inspiration to it. You do too but let me tell you I am in favor of amending that book, they need to get rid of the. Language they need to make it in my opinion less. Christian I mean they're saying Oh God of your understanding, but it is still very Christian leaning in my opinion I do think we should amend that book. There's some misogynistic stuff to the wives. There's stuff that we could. We could do better. We take the same message and we could do better. Let me give you another example ICEE. I'm not allowed to do that but I also understand that I'm doing it and twenty twenty and that law was written for a in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, and. Three dozen people in like one of them goes, Hey, I got sober rene and then six months later they're drinking the impact to a when one of thirty six people it's not working for yes. Very different. So I'm like you I'm trying to find what is the real intention of that in the intention of that tradition of being anonymous at the level of press in whatever the intention is. No person should become the symbol of a a I should be the face of a and then when I fail that shouldn't be an indictment of a a and so I say I'm in a because I'm okay with some people being mad at me. To get the twenty five people that listen to this show that then found themselves in a meeting a live with twenty five people that be lived for the old timers pissing off, I mean the spirit of the thing or the letter of the thing. Yes. It's the same deal in with scripture. I mean you know Jesus had some harsh things to say about divorce right? Well, at the time, it truly was a a really radical way to protect women because at the time if a man could just issue a letter of divorce whenever he wanted to and it's not like she could go back to teaching. That's a death sentence. A thing that was intended to be a protection of the vulnerable. How is it weaponized against people in the church by telling your mom who left her abusive husband? She can't have communion anymore because she got divorced. Are You fucking kidding me right? Home of the intention and prideful e. so then they just filled with pride about. Well, you know we we're walking the narrow path in it's not popular. No, you're not popular because you're an asshole don't confuse. Now. Every population of people have had deities. They've had a creation story. There's nothing unique. We all do this right. And there's a ton of very valid now scientific evidence for the evolutionary benefits of us believe in God, it allowed us to gathering groups of large numbers, allowed us to trust other people. If we both believe in the same God I know you're a friend it was rewarded heavily through evolution to believe in God sure social cohesion. Yeah. It curbs people's evil desires because there were rules. Yeah. Sure and now if you you're a theologian, so you look at the Judeo. Christian tradition. We know it comes from Mesopotamia that area we know that that area was between the Tigers. From the Euphrates we know that that area flooded all the time and when it flooded, it was apocalyptic. It wasn't like a flood we deal with was life ending you compare it to a religion that is cropping up at the exact same time in Egypt where they live on a fertile crescent everything's predictable. They're not losing crops there's no famine. Sure. Their God is far less of a fearmongering. God that needs constant appeasement, constant acts of worship, and so what do you do with that? Info someone like you were you can recognize like the environment we can predict what kind of religion that. People will create and does it make you question while I'm using a religion that was created in a world that was very insecure and I don't live in a world that's insecure is this the best fit anymore? Yeah. I do find it interesting but I think always it's GonNa be human beings struggling with what it means to live together what it means to live on this planet how we understand transcendence it's always going to be a variety of those things to me. It's interesting because it tells us about ourselves and I think anthropologically about religion which I do a lot. It's because human beings have always been religious like religion has fashioned itself an variety every place, every culture every time. Because there are certain. I would argue there's certain just needs in the human being that have always been through religion and again not to talk shit about the enlightenment but the. Letter. But it gave us a lot but it didn't remove the needs that were met through religion. So this is one of the things I see as why I do my work is because. I'm interested in what are the needs that aren't getting met because people aren't going to church and instead of saying how can I get them to go to church or how can I make church more sexy and appealing? I'm just out there doing my work thinking this meets a religious need in people so I don't care if they intellectually assent to the same theological propositions. Do it doesn't matter you just want to provide comfort and safety and That's why I started my podcast the confessional because I've been part of two different communities that practice some form of confession and right twelve stabs the Lutheran? Church. And when people in my church they, they'd avail themselves of private confession and absolution with some regularity and it was always an honor. But often super boring. SPIKING ENOUGH Like finish they'd be so tense. Finish I'm like like nothing personal but I'm super unimpressed with yours. You. Know forgiveness this for everyone so you might go out and try harder. Make. Make It. Or is the underage sex where's the? Shame this one this one girl should her confession was something really spicy it was something really real and she was so tense at the beginning and then afterwards she was like relaxed we're laughing you know broke the tension and she goes pastor I I, just want to say that I'm so glad that you're my pasta because I know you've done a lot worse than that. Yeah A little service, it's a service I offer but knowing that's a function of religion but most people aren't religious. Now, I wanted to create a place where people could talk about stuff that still haunts them you know. And then at the end of every episode, I write a Benediction just for them. I write an original blessing that I record at the end and so again, where do you receive a blessing that was a function that was a priestly function where did have do we have sued like instagram likes? Where do we go to receive a blessing? So I'm writing blessings for people in so I. Guess I see myself as like a public her in that way I describe it as sort of like snuck into the cathedral and grabbed the most beautiful stuff and put it in put it out on the lawn with a free sign. No I get. So wonderful night see the value you're adding two tons of people's lives. That's very clear to me. Stay, tuned? For. More armchair expert. If you dare. We are supported by Chrysler Pacifica the very greatest vehicle family can own and operate I agree we've had some of our best times in the Chrysler PACIFICA. Midwestern, tour our live shows. 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So there's this guy comes down the chimney red suit lives in north. Pole sees everyone Blah Blah Blah and I can see on this three year old's face. That's doesn't make sense right and I see the best part of her punching holes through that. And, then I find myself creating more lies to get her to believe that. Well, how does he get everywhere? Oh well, he can kinda stop time right so he's doing real long long period, but for us, it's only eight hours at night but for him, it's like God knows how long and while I'm doing that because the first child we did it for a while until there was so many lies I was like now there's a fucking Elf on the shelf, and if you touch the Elfin, you're going to hell or he won't come back or he's got and I'm like Oh my God. So I quickly thaw oh this is a this is a little thing. That, we can start telling people to not listen to their intuition into ignore the best part of their brain the critical part that's punching holes in it and go no novel just forget about those in just believe because there's presence coming and there's heaven coming and I saw the parallels and I'm like Oh we start on Santa Claus because it's so immediately appealing that then the transition into Oh. Yeah there's this guy he's his daddy's Assani is born to a virgin to that. We've Kinda hard wired them to just ignore all that critical thinking and go with it for this ultimate prize it my wife told me when I was laying this out she said the thing. Is the emotional aspect of this, and you have to recognize a lot of people like me have great anxiety. You're not everyone's like you like so self assured and you're not fearful of this and that a lot of people want a dad or they want a mother, they want someone above them that can comfort them with things -iety that. So many of us deal with just living on this planet in these cities in the way that we weren't designed to lift that you can't take that comfort away from people. And so I recognize that and she's dead right and I'm glad she pointed out to me I would argue I get that from community I get that from. If you look at people's needs, right? It's like fresh air its water, its food shelter in it's fucking acceptance is as important you'll die without it. Yeah but does it matter whether or not? The magic of church is that community and the acceptance I've learned out to her we had a bunch of people over yesterday. There was this mass cohesion everyone was getting along. It was so wonderful I said, did you have any anxiety during that period? She's like, no, I didn't I go because you were in a group you were in a community always good you were safe. Can we get all that without the father I think people do I think that there's a brilliant book by Dave Saul called secular. which is basically saying look religion just makes you feel bad about yourself I don't have anything to do with that. But in the book he argues instead of hammering on about how much time you're spending at church so that you can feel good. You talk about how much time you spend at the gym so you can justify your existence. Now rather than only thinking clean thoughts were only eating clean food. We've just we just substituted like purity systems and we congratulate ourselves from getting away from religious you now I totally agree with the whole original sin thing I do think exists in all of us like we are so prone to that guilt and the feeling of toxicity and needing cleansing for sure and so where do we find that? You can find that in like a really deeply deeply rooted. Mythological systems, sacred tax, certain liturgies practices. One of the reasons I do like church and I'm allergic person. So I I I like really deeply traditional church. Purge. Thank you. We words what does the term? So have you ever been to like a Catholic Mass Episcopal service that's a liturgical service liturgy so you're singing the Curia and now you're GonNa do the Lord's prayer and and there's ritual to it in. There's parts of it are unchanged and so it house for all sinners and saints it was very liturgical. We used very traditional worship. We did a Gregorian chant. Agios I. Love Them, but it wasn't conventional. So we did it totally in the round you know led by a drag queen. It wasn't conventional, but it was traditional and so I'm really drawn to that myself and the reason is, is because that the liturgy has been sort of worn smooth by generations of people before me and contains the wisdom, the practices they're paying their joy in it somehow because it's been done for so long in that way, and so the liturgy because of that. Has An integrity of its own and what and why that's important to me is it doesn't demand my integrity in order for it to be efficacious. That's meaningful to me, and so if you're kind of just making up your own thing and taken a little from this and reading a little tick on and then taking a hot yoga class I mean there's nothing wrong But I think. Measures Avail. US Nothing. I'm not saying I'm not saying there's something wrong but I think when people are like I'm spiritual not religious I. Think what they mean is like I have curated a set of beliefs and practices in my life that give me a sense of wellbeing. Yeah. That's fine I mean there's nothing wrong with that. I? Do wonder about it though is if that's your approach, are you going to curate the aspects that say, Hey, think about giving away ten percent of your income? Yeah. Oh, by the way also pray for your enemies and forgive people and. Invite people to your home that you're uncomfortable with what is going to include shit like that and less. It afflicts the comfortable and comforts the afflicted it might make you feel well, but it's not probably going to transform you I. Agree with you become self actualized through these three or four different things may work for some people and I'm also nervous those things that you pointed out that I think you know being a cohesive member of a group can give you or help you find I have to ask the question that started this whole thing. So the whole reason I was ranting and the whole reason people suggested I talked to you and I think rightly so. Is, you are a feminist. So the issue I raised is I was sitting in a meeting in their happy I, did it was at a church. So I was looking at all this different religious stuff right and I was just looking around at the last supper ride I'm looking at the different I'm going it's like Jesus is a dude. The apostles are all dudes God doesn't have a wife there's no woman involved that the only. Woman is this verge in you know she couldn't be accepted if she hadn't been a virgin and then the other one is Mary Magdalene and she is a sex worker, right? No, I got this wrong last time as well. Mary Magdalene was not a sex worker who she was she's conflicted in the text with other women. So she did have a seven demons cast out of hers. So she did have kind of a rough story. Were the sex workers you're referencing that he hamath oh. There's lots of guys Mary Magdalene now. Okay. So I'm looking around at all this stuff in again I, don't have the knowledge of the Bible that I should even be speaking on it but my understanding of it is basically I was just thinking if I was a woman, this is identical the women sitting in a classroom where you look up on the wall and it's Abraham, Lincoln, and George Washington and Thomas Edison as like where is your place in like to me? That is such an indictment of how patriarchal history is is. Is there's no place for you. How does a young girl sit in that classroom in aspire when there's no one there representing her and I just got very critical of the religion is just like who is the here? Who's the hero and then I said that and I got all these responses from people understandably. So who are defending their faith? Will you know about this woman she? was, awesome. It binding they listed five or six women, but I've never fucking her to them. You know maybe they now maybe they like hundreds and the by I mean it would be it would be crazy to ignore the lopsidedness of that book in the religion in general that women I don't know why my daughter would want to join that religion and they could answer that so. Well fuck then very much. Yeah for sure it's written from a male perspective. It's mostly male characters, but for instance who was Mary Magdalene, there was one person who was chosen to witness the resurrection and told to go and tell everyone else about it. That's Mary Magdalene. She was told Grow Intel. She's the apostle to the apostles. None of this ship would exist if she had not done that. Yeah. The most impressive thing was the resurrection, right? Yeah. I would then watering the wine I'd rather be able to rise from the dead than have wine one. Well now, but you know no I. Actually. Another. Thing. Abou we're talking about like something fact or is it true or what do you believe the enlightenment? All that stuff is that there are a lot of liberal Christians who don't really believe in the resurrection they're like, no, it was that his God consciousness was so complete that even after he died, it felt like he was still with them. You know they do this thing where they're like, no, because it's just silly double even something. So anti-scientific, right? I'm like I totally believe into the by Bodley resurrection in the Reason is is because the body is pretty important throughout the whole story I don't want it to end with it. Suddenly being an idea, you know the idea that God's in a human body and then God takes on a human body and then his last supper he's like this bread is my body like eat it. It's so disturbingly physical in like a super redemptive way for me that I don't want it at the end of the story for the body to just be feeling an idea. I liked the crazy thing about resurrect. I'm totally keep the moment in sixth sense where you realize Bruce Willis has been dead the whole time I mean there's nobody without that turn. I and I get why it seems super crazy to believe at. Yeah. But I'm fine. I'm fine with that. I guess I'm more I'm not fine with the lack of females in the religion I'm not and I don't know how everyone addresses that. But where is that not true I. Agree with you but. We have the option of going forward changing that and including putting the pictures on the wall and putting in the classroom are GB and all these people that deserved to be up there. Sure. You don't even have that option to my knowledge. You couldn't really decorated church with all these women that are symbols of power I. Don't know how you fix it with the have a set of characters, right? Yeah. I mean there are a Lot more than people talk about in the Bible like there's an awesome one. Yet Ale was this woman who in the Old Testament and charges where they were at war and there was a like the captain of the army and they were trying to win the battle and so she kind of like tells the captain of the army she sneaks in his tent and she was like, Hey, come in here and goes word stumbles Endlich stupide. Then she puts a tent stakes through his head who? Did why is why is it she in the stained glass window. Do you make an effort in your congregation to to shine a light on the women. It's actually an ethic I, an ethics. So there's a set of assigned tax. It's called the luxury. So every Sunday, there's a set of signed tax. There's a Hebrew Bible there's usually an epistle Assam Gospel reading that are assigned for the day so. An ethic. As a preacher if there's female imagery, I, use it a female in the text I preach on her. So I make I actively make the choice. So the epistle a couple of weeks ago I posted a sermon, a video. My servants are like eight minutes nobody's ever complained. I just posted where Paul is talking about. We know that that the creation has been groaning in labor pains. It's this beautiful image of labor. So that's what I preach I mean you have to look for it but but there's so much there that's been so readily ignored. Yeah. Even spirit is is a female word. So I almost always refer to the Holy Spirit of she who I like now. I have one more question and it's it's about accountability a both good and bad accountability said we have people in our lives that are very religious and they're beautiful. They're the most beautiful people in our life they're by far. Leaps and bounds, and sometimes I look at our friend and I think it is not fair that she is giving. Jesus. All the credit for her goodness when she is the beautiful person and I am sure Jesus plays a role but all the credits being given away and I don't really think that's fair. I think it happens on the sales side of the coin to where it's lying. Well, this was meant to be an you know I think sometimes battle God wants you to forgive. Bersin accord and I just think this idea of accountability and especially in the good things about you, you should own those a little more. Well I guess I would never say like if there's good in me, it's not me it's Jesus I but I would say it's my experience with God's terrible mercy. So I wouldn't say it's like Jesus this character from thousands of years ago somehow has made me a good person. I would say I have experienced grace when I didn't deserve it. So often in my life that there's something in me that shifts when that happened so I didn't mustered up I saw. that. There is something spiritual too because I am kind of garbage. Like. Left to my own devices. The self generating goodness machine. There has to be a lot of other things put inside in order for the goodness to come out there. But in order for it to be activated, it comes out in those ways so. Grace is like the thing I, end up just talking about you don't hear a lot of conversations about grace in because it's like basically offensive. The idea that you would get something good that you didn't earn as the opposite. It's. It's kindness. In spite of someone's actions, which is like most inspirational aspirational place you could be you can't earn it i. mean that's the weird thing in our society to get something. Beautiful. That not only you didn't earn, but you can't earned. That's just counter intuitive to us but I describe grace as grace's like this freight train that delivers into my life all of the most beautiful transformative on earn -able thing. Here's where I'm totally relating to you because this is where like gay has given me children and all this stuff. That's right like so you think your virtue could earns the right to eat a perfect peach in summer. There's nothing. That is great. The fact that the sun comes up every every day my virtue can't pull that fucker up there so much grace around us and we seem completely obsessed with WHO's good. Enough is worthy. What are you earning I? mean the whole debate right now about like well, what if people are making that six hundred dollars? That's more than they earn at their job they're not going to get back to work I'm like the problem is they're underpaid not the fact that they finally have a living wage it's like. Yeah, you're right. You're right. The last book I wrote was about sex and Christianity. Complete like let's rework all these texts that have been weaponized against people. Yeah, and and that's shameless sexual. If. You ever heard of purity rings. Oh. This is one of my favorite things you've done. Yeah. please. Tell about. Okay so I interviewed people for a year and a half and just said, Hey, what message did you receive from the church about like sex in the body gender and then how did that message effect you in? Then how have you navigated your adult life and there were so many stories about being given a purity by your father may I add? Daddy daughter dances. Comes with flour so creepy anyway I in my way of dealing with hearing all these stories was you know there's a thing in Isaiah about it's on the United Nations statue outside the United. Nations that says that we will beat our swords into plowshares and our spears into pruning hooks right. So it's this idea of taking that which was weaponized against us in making the choice to transform it into something that can heal. Right and so with that in mind instigated this art project where I invited women to mail me their purity rings I had the melted into a sculpture of Agena and then I gave it Gloria Steinem on stage at feminist conference. About her a lot to my daughter's. So what is this dancing in your church like about premarital sax but all? About not having sex before marriage when we were. In for a long time before we were industrial post industrial right and so you had to kind of know who owned what who was going to inherit what and there was no reliable birth control and so in a way, you could see how they're like. You know you should probably keep that shit inside marriage just economically, it makes a lot more sense and marriage happened about forty minutes after puberty y'all. Yes. They weren't like find. What was it? Six years of being Horny in meeting people have bars insane no right. Exactly. Exactly. So it's just very, very different trained me to make a case in the book for part of our spiritual wellness is sexual flourishing and what does that look like how do we honest with ourselves as what that looks I? Can I started seeing it as like I mean it sounds I don't know how to say it without it sounding kind of creepy but like I wanted to know my parisioners, are they having good for like who how is that? Not like a a sort of Spiritual concern because I was married to a very good man who who had never deserved for me to say anything bad about him because truly he's he's amazing father great man. But we had a sexless marriage and we had no intimacy at all and I know what it's like to have that part of me completely shut down and at what cost and that's. What made me write this book because when I got together with Eric who I'm with now, we've been together for years, but we've only been together a couple of weeks when I had to go on tour to support the UK and the German version of one of my books. So I was on the road for three weeks. We just had just amazing sex. Like an I'd had that dry spells. And I was like this is. Good for Oh. Yeah. I felt like my heart was less shut off from other people from the world from myself and all this stuff was stirring in me and I was walking through London and I was like, can you get on skype right now and he goes yeah and I said, why do you feel like the church has tried to control sacks for so long and he's not Christian and without skipping a beat, he goes I just assumed that the church saw sexist it's competition I guess. I was like. Oh I'M RIGHT IN A. Fuck that. I'm right. At the moment. So it was an interesting thing to explore. I got some trouble. I was GONNA. Say 'cause you have bonuses right being officially associated with the van Jellicoe Lutheran Church you have bosses, right? Yeah, do you ever get in trouble? Not with him, he's one of the best men I've ever known in my life and I mean he's known me for years before he was my bishop and he believed in me and my voice when I was still trying to piece together a college degree in my thirties. So He's incredible actually I was doing on being that Krista Tippett show NPR years ago maybe six years ago and someone's. Like well, you'd like you're super independent maybe have an issue with authority do your own thing right and I go. Yeah. Fair enough because you're in a system under authority kind of like you ask and I go. Yeah. He goes like you have a bishop and I said, yeah, and he goes just tell us how you've navigated that and I was like, are you kidding I'm why we have bishops Like somebody like me should probably have a bishop of somebody should be looking over my shoulder. Like she's still on the yellow. Hershey taken these people into a field of poppies. Also, you think there's not a lot of potential problems with an intelligent charismatic person starting a church. Gone wrong ninety percent of the time. That's why I'm saying this is one of the differences you know evangelicals they don't have bishops. So if you have charisma people are like you have the anointing, go in the these by buying arena exactly, and then there's so much harm that that ensues from that. So he will actually ask me like how sure soul has your ego just like destroyed you because of your career how are you? Like? I'm glad I have someone looking over my shoulder now his colleagues across the country we're not so happy. So yeah, and the American conservative website wrote some fake news stories about these feminist pastor Nadia apples fiber says pornography's ethical. Yes. Sure. Just because I was like I don't think we should just keep keeping on shame that people are like when people feel bad about the fact that they're on by pornography and maybe they have a little bit compulsive behavior about it. Why in the world would you heap shame on them? That seems like the last pastoral response it's already probably partly a response to shame. Oh my God, when you take the shame part out of the equation, the compulsively of it really lessons you're so right. Well. Not I really really like you. I, really do hope I get to go to a meeting with you. NEXT TIME WE'RE IN DENVER I'd love to go with you in person. Or we could go to church. Okay I'll go to church. Scared I've. Been in more church basement. Well. That's that's why I also people get a little upset with me when I'm speaking at Church events and I'll be like, let's be honest. There are people who are speaking honestly about their lives connecting to God into one another more frequently in our church basements church sanctuary. Let's just be honest. Also, a isn't having committee meetings like how can we get more members? They're not scared of their institutional demise in the way the churches I think is just so incredible about a is just like how has there been a leaderless organization that somehow thrived for seventy some years. It's the I mean that's the magic in my opinion it's beautiful. It's because it insists on maintaining suspicion of people. Yeah. That's right. Well, Nadia thanks so much for your time and I really do want to talk to you again down the road. So next time you read a book or something please come on here and tell us about it i. love it so much. Things are how It was great. And now my favorite part of the show the fact check with my soul mate, a pad man. Whenever, there's a problem. or rounded venture bay. Mani and her team ups comments save the day Monica, Monica be their own the double thirty-three-year-old Monica. Ou-, how's your birthday? We going good. What was your favorite president? You got so far and you don't have to say mine. Well, I haven't got nearly as we get. We don't have to count it does true but you look at picture. So excited for it. You got me a treadmill a treadmill. 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It's the is Solaro input a rug over it on near glancing at your table. Now imagine you said there are arms you can put on it. They just they lay flat next to it and then use crank them up when you WanNa have some support. So cool. I'm so excited that actually my favorite president. How about your lease Frederick present weeks ago the president you didn't like. You it and the person who gave it to you, Jess what are you give you far he gave me a hair play. That was ice. Well, it was the only thing I asked for and he did give it to me, but he doesn't know how to do it. So he just shook my head a law zimmer at a girlfriend with long hair I still appreciate that he tried. To give it a shot was nice of him speaking of I. Mean I'm afraid to tell the world about case they steal my idea but I, have a business venture that I'm going to star. Which is a hair play Studio O. airplay studio. Yeah I think that's genius. You've got all these immigrants in l. a. that are doing much worse jobs than here. I E The foot massages you're dealing with people's gnarly feet they let them soak in the bucket of water beforehand. To get rid of the smell or whatever. But I imagine that that group of people that's currently doing foot massage would way rather do hair play well yes and no right here on your hands is you're on your hands but your your head can get grows people's heads are gross. Yeah they'RE SCAMS THEY'RE STILL Lies Okay Gaby's up you're not allowed to come to this place if you have scabies or lice a wonderfully when people got there, you could put him under would look like one of those old-fashioned hairdryers. That the women. curlers in your permanent in there, and then put Beppe Dome over their heads if you could retrofit one of those with a big burst of UV light. All the vermin oh that'd be good. Yeah. I'll bring that in as a part of it and there's probably going to be here washing as part of it too. But then it feel as good right? And then you got dry the hair quickly inhere like yours. It takes a while like you took a shower I'm guessing like two hours ago and your hair's soaking wet right now. I have some things to work out, but anyway, there's going to be a hair plays. A chain of exactly like a dry bar of sorts but just for hair play. because. So often when I'm getting a massage, I want hair play. And I'll some say, can I have a little extra on my head? And they'll say sure and then they do but it's not what I'm looking for. Okay. It's not hair play I. See a potential issue Kansas Venture K, which is like if I were to be a cocaine distributor, it'd be a bad idea because I would do all the product I'm a little nervous that if you own this shop, you're not going to be running it as much as just receiving airplay the whole day. Part of research and development. And you are going to address. So you basically are gonNA need to get a second person involved a run I have a few people involved. Already. Our friend Matt the. hairstylist? Sweet sweet mass. He's a hairstylist in L. A. and he's really good and we have ideas about this and also Carly, oh? Yeah. Yeah. We'll I make a suggestion like one of the menu items be lice check and it's not an actual ice check. You're looking for license but those long silly. Cue Tips. That would be great for me. That's part of it regardless. Oh so it'd be like a suite of things in among them would be the lice checking. Yeah. But I don't think we should call it because that sounds off pudding. We're going to have to call it like hair needle. Oh. Well, that's scary to know. HAIRPIN SUBBA. Check. So it's like sounds like something positive might come out of it. Oh Unicorn Chuck I don't WanNa. Go through your hair looking for a Unicorn Miniature Unicorn. The we everyone assumes that UNICORNS. If they exist, it would be the size of the of a horse but what if they were the size of yours and they lived in your hairdo that'd be here. You her corn Jack I mean they fly around Pegasus Uniforms don't have wings. They just have a big rod on the top of their heads Shan't. Yeah. So a Pegasus is a Unicorn that flies. UNICORNS it's a horse that fly what is a Unicorn that flies there are no flying Unicorn. Bent. That great. Business I'm busy I have gone on your in a sweet spot of creativity. You're thinking of the the things. So quickly, you can't even flush them out. Wow, like Edison. So Nadia. Do you check the faxes there God? Ha. Yeah, obviously, we're not gonNA check religious facts on this backcheck though I think that's should go without saying. Yeah. My conclusion was a really adore her. Yeah. Also, it's like every kind of religious conversation you would have although is a peaceful one. It's just like Chia believes that I don't believe that no one's ever gonNA burst way anyone it's not the kind of thing I, don't think that you you're swayed one way or another I. Imagine every arm Cherry left this with the same opinion they had when they came in maybe I would say I think for some people if you believe that religion is bad. Oh uh-huh you might not believe that anymore after you listen to this. See the value of some people believing in that and the lessons and the goodness that it can bring Ya but if you already believed that which we do. I do yes. Yes. I already believe that in and I do think this is an area where atheists are unfair or cherry picking yes. Some religion is terrible for people. There's many factions the FD L. S. The mormon fundamentalists who are practicing pedophilia that's probably, but it's way too broad of a net it's like saying. Males are dangerous well, many males are very dangerous in many miles or not very dangerous in same with religion includes way too many people to make any kind of assertion about them. Yes. But you can point to the history of how religion has say slowdown science like by imprisoning Galileo or having the audacity to suggest we revolve around the sun. Yeah. Yeah I think people's opinions. On whether they believe in God or probably the same but I do think her lessons and stories and her thoughts on religion are awesome and I do think with atheism my issue with atheism often is my issue with religion. It's the same issue that people are just trying to get everyone to believe what they believe, and I am totally fine with everyone believing what they wanna believe. I'm not trying to get anyone to believe right now that yeah. But many atheists are there's a movement I guess yeah I think in response to some of the religious motivated terrorism it seems like we got to get people off this path like it feels existential in those moments. I disagree that it's the religion that's causing yes. Yes. I think brought me around to your side of things. I think I think it's a I do also think it's it's problematic to have as a concept in a religion of fought wa I i. think that's a little dangerous because I agree you're relying on God's input on who should be murdered in I. Don't think that should be a part of any religion personally I agree, yeah I asked a few things I just don't feel like I got any answers and. I think that's just part of these I'll add to that. There's lots of debates I love to try to win leggings very fun to try to maneuver in bring up a fact or this and that, and I just don't have any motivation to quote win debate. Yeah. So it was tricky in that way where there were points where I was just like, yeah just like this person a lot and I disagree with. That notion that God should tell you to murder your kid as a test of your love for the God but then GonNa leave it at that I guess yeah I some facts and one was she has graves disease. Yes. She said children don't get it but obviously, they do get it because she got it I wanNA say a cousin of mine. Had it in their youth you can get a ish is much. Less common in kids than adults with this disease, the body makes antibodies that caused the thyroid gland to grow and to make too much thyroid hormone hyper hyper thyroid typos not enough in hyper too much dry I think was trying to remember that I. think that's right. By the way you say you're active duty could say hypoactive like that would be me currently I just sit. Yeah we'll say hypoactive arm hypoactive currently. Oh He's so hypoactive people would think you were saying hyperactive 'cause he's like this. He's like hypoactive Oh. Yeah. I like that. Yeah. Good read. Can bring him something unrelated. I noticed that our new friend Bill Gates had a lot of comments on the post right and I had not. Because it was a busy week with the surgery and then also working all week. So I glance at them last night. Wow. Did the freaks come out for that? What do you mean? All my gosh I am totally naive to how many well, this is a twofold thing I do think at least half of them are rushing bots oh. Yeah. For people who don't know there's a New York Times article about this. It's really important to note that Russia's goal is to sow dissent among us they want us to. Fight, that's their singular goal. They don't really have a position on any topic other than they like to isolate things that are device divisive, and then to stoke them social media and so just listen even if you're an anti vaccine that's fine for you but just know that Russia is stoking the Anti. Vaccine. Movement, they are very much behind it and they clearly have to be behind this queue and non thing which I can't even comprehend this conspiracy theory as I understand it, there's this elite ring of pedophile miles. Actors, celebrities, and there's like blood isn't there like a blood thing eat their blood or something oh. Okay. For youthful. There's something about blood. So there was a smattering on BG's Comet Section about their pizza symbols, which is like the pizza to Q. Non thing. So you've got. I don't know if it's hundreds of people. It's dozens of people with hundreds of accounts ask how much is Russia will say, Oh, if it represents an actual number of people who believe that there's a celebrity ring of pedophilia I'm so nervous for those people I was pretty shocked. I'm like Oh. There's some people that are really hanging on by a thread to reality I would say I mean I didn't look. So I don't know I would say whatever the percentage is not representative. Of our listener base, we'll about the of the people. Oh, right yeah. I don't. Yeah, it's point zero, zero, zero, one percent. However I personally know a couple of people who believe it the believe even Q.. No Yeah. And they're real people what active imaginations they have. I'm almost jealous like when I imagine what is it Bill Gates and Warren Buffet have some big. Mind you both a very old. Hyper sexual not hypo. is its own like, wow, you're really they're saying that. The Yeah Bill Gates is part of this rang. And there's silver bullet is he was on Epstein flight and it's like, yeah, guess what thousands of people were on Epstein Flights Yeah, I've interacted with tons of people that certainly of crazy secrets. Complicit in there now it does not yet sponsors it is it is bonkers I really like to have an expert on on conspiracy theorists I would too because it's a psychological thing I have my own theory on it and I've tracked someone close in my life who they're interesting conspiracy theories ebbs and flows right and I've noticed that it seems to be high priced when this person feels the most rejected from society or from the system that seems to be benefiting other people and not them. So I think there's a huge correlation of people who feel excluded from the system and then once they feel that way, then obviously the system must be conspiring to exclude them. My big issue with people with conspiracy theories. Tell three people in your life, a secret that you actually trust. Yeah and see how long that takes before that secret gets to everyone in the group it'll get to everyone in the group within two weeks and that's people that you love entrust. Yeah. Now, add in these conspiracies that involved thousands of people but nobody tells anyone in no one goes through the paper and you just can't keep secrets that. Well Yeah I think that's a generous of it feel obligated to imagine. This is someone that maybe I would have loved I. Think there must be an emotion at the bottom of it that I feel bad for I'm sure there is I just don't know kind of like your terrorists point of view which I think is evolved incorrect, which is instead of like proving to the terrorists that they're misguided. Totally. Your the environment by which they would want to choose a different light. Totally Great. So I don't think me telling the Cunanan people that they're fucking insane. will be helpful. Agreed agreed. That's why yeah I think having an expert on to explore that psychology interesting and I think. Your theory is generous. The people I'm talking about. Are, objectively, not excluded from anything now they may believe they are. That's the thing there's people that are successful and yet still. Feel announcing they are, but they feel excluded from something. It's also interesting. The people that I'm talking about I enjoy very much Yeah. As people I enjoy their companies so much and it's a hard thing to reconcile. Yeah I guess also, what makes it a little scary as if you believe in something that crazy I'm nervous that your behavior in response to that might be equally insane I. Guess it's like if you believe in that and I'm a little nervous about all your decision. Exactly. Exactly. Okay. So the Jefferson Bible, I'M GONNA. Read you a little piece on over fifty years to the date after signing the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson died on July fourth eighteen, twenty six just hours before the death of his fellow signer John, adept. At coincidence if you read the Adams McCullough book, it's really great but those two were pretty much enemies. Yeah and they they had all these weird parallels they died on the same day. They did a bunch of a bunch of stuff but six years earlier. Jefferson. Completed a eighty four page manuscript. He called the life and morals of Jesus of Nazareth gleaned from the four gospels of the New Testament and Jefferson's private work. Known until his great granddaughter, Sold The manuscript to the Smithsonian in two thousand eleven. The Smithsonian undertook a challenging restoration product of the fragile document. What is now known as the Jefferson Bible was presented to scholars and the general public. At the Smithsonian. H small documents gallery. Maybe I would love that version navy I need to read some positive about him because I've only read really negative stuff I dislike him despite his genius clearly great writer, the a a real pedophile traveling abroad with A. A. Slave fourteen or fifteen year old girl. This is where the argument that everyone makes including myself and it's real. About that was a different time that was a different time when men did this as a different time when race was this you know In that's true. We have to let people all we have to let people matchup to society and not apply standards of now to the past. But Thomas Jefferson was a pedophile but at that time thirteen year olds at babies all the time. So then is at fine well I would say that what you have to acknowledge that in that time, he wasn't traveling through Europe and people were like what the fuck doing with this fourteen year old girl they weren't and what wasn't news. and. You know I think there's a lot of ways you have to evaluate one would be like let's say let's just say for Shits, and giggles people drank mercury as a cure all back then because they were the best knowledge they had that was a good idea well now we would look at that and go that's insane. That's poisonous but it would be wrong to see that person was stupid because they weren't stupid in the day. So. It's a tricky thing because like, are we saying that's so k for the time I mean it kind of I guess was, but it's it's not. What I think more should be like when those things are brought to light, it should be a moment to reflect how much we've evolved cat goodness and how misdirected we were for a great majority of the time we've been here as we are currently misdirected actual be revealed later. Yeah. Yeah I'll tell you what's not going to reverse. Is. How. Good you look in orange cash that's never they're never. In thirty, fifty, two, they're never gonNA look back and go. Oh Man can you believe back? Then that was an okay color for her where they're still going to go gray color for her actually no. Because what if Cunanan is real this is the color of it. And then they're going to look back and say she was involved. She knew she wore that color. She's bad. Well, they'd be wrong I. Guess they could still say, but she looks good in it. Okay. So the pen that presidents use called an auto pen and its signing machine. That does automatic signing of the signature or autograph says. He's use it. So we should look into getting one. You Know Kristen has this book Ben and Christians Book the World Needs More Purple people of. The deal is she assigned? Thousand. There's a Palette of the books in our garage in every time I see her signing or even look at the Pallet I get filled with anxiety of how I I just I couldn't say my name that many thousands of times in. So I thought if I ever wrote a book, I would want to negotiate that I don't have to do that and I was like you have to because they sell them at stores. and was like, why would they need to get a stamp or now I'm learning there's autumn and it says, they range from two thousand, ten thousand. I'll take the two thousand one. A lot of presidents have used it. I'm sure trump does not use it 'cause he probably gets a lot of This is not political, but I've seen his signature. It's pretty will a it's pretty it looks calligraphy but also there looks like there's no way to me letters in for Donald J Joe I looked at it. It looks like there's like thirty five to sixty letters in it. I'm like, what are all those letters? Signature the look at it I remember watching him sign one thing and I thought what does he have? Doesn't look yet. It looks like it's odd it's very vertical. I don't know there looks to be way too many letters in their firm. Yeah Donald J. Look I don't want to give him any praise ever. It's a gorgeous I. Don't I don't that signature doesn't. I like it. This. Goes Back to Thomas Jefferson you know of course it's right to bring up the fact that he had all these indiscretions also great writer and he helped frame something that somehow has lasted for years is relevant to knowledge that similarly trump is beautiful signature Not Ways around. Okay. The Sean Hayes play is an act of God, an act of God those crazy that she brought up a play actually saw seen what eight or ten in my life knacks maximum maximum amounts. That's. That's all. Job on the facts, my friend. Thank you my friend. You.

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Season Two: In Their Closet Featuring Dominica Briscoe of 3 Degrees Runway

In Their Closet

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Season Two: In Their Closet Featuring Dominica Briscoe of 3 Degrees Runway

"More than just a pretty face in their closet. PODCAST with Lisa L.. More health more ills. PODCAST discusses cusses how we feel on the inside versus one is displayed on the outside. Each trendsetters challenge you to declutter your mind and alter the way thing. Join the conversation precision as L.. Speaks with guest vocal tour careers fashion long labels selecting our ears today. Yeah I just WanNa say you. Oh you are always so supportive. I remember from the first time when I did that. I Keano my agenda is to make well known of the many talented women that I I have been blessed to meet and collect over the years out of a box dialogue. Sure to leave a mark on your soul. This is in their closet. podcast breath welcome to in their closet on your elmore and today I'm joined by Dominique Briscoe. Welcome dominy hi. Thank you so much. Am I pronouncing your name correctly. You know there's a good question. Yeah yes it's dominee despite that a is at the end of it it's not pronounce so the A is silent. Dominique just think of it like Dominique Dolls The basketball players will yeah. I remember when we first met I. If I've known Dominique Sense College so like forever ago. I remember when we first met. I used to say so many like you know what when they get so mad. But now when I go to Cancun or you know Caribbean places. They'll say Dominica and I'm like yes. You hear routes fix it but there I'll say Dominica but here it's dominic so dominique. I'm talking to you today because you just launched a new business. You're an entrepreneur now and you have launched three degrees runway yes I did is is really exciting I actually. I hesitated for quite a while with launching the Boutique I was just really nervous. And you know although before leading up to the boutique take did the blog which was three degrees DB. And you know. And that's where I posted the things that I so and the things things that I made from commercial patterns and how I would mix it up in. How would you know find and source my fabric benders? But so I was like I wanna to do something different. I WANNA get into fashion. I WanNa you know be able to reach a broader market. So that's when I decided to launch three degrees runway so so okay so I've known you a long time and when I knew you you were going to school We met in college. Yeah we met when we were working gene. How curl up like guys I think we we probably know half of Houston because television? Some time a man it was the best live right. I live in the same way I feel like we were making money man Ardian Indian check the camaraderie of just all those college kids and the and this on the floor and then we was right. There brought a gala Korea so we stayed together every habit started man rock season. Oh good time good old days. When I knew new you were going to college and then pharmacy yeah? That didn't work out. Okay Yeah so when I when I went to not issue tech seven university idea pre pharmacy so I applied a few times and I honestly I wasn't wasn't focused. Okay it my heart. Wasn't there my uncle. He's a pharmacist. And I was like. Oh you know. I'm going to be a pharmacist. That was the only thing new you know but had I had a integrate year. I just decided to finish with biology. Okay and it it. It led me to the career that I'm in now. Yeah that's what I was GONNA say. I WANNA lead up to that but I feel like everything happens for a reason. Okay so then I I when I when I first met you in college. You were pursuing this this career that you say now in hindsight you're really passionate about it. So that's why you didn't even complete that journey any so then when we met up again. Leonard Thirties we met up. Maybe around Darby we I was doing parties so when I met up when we start connecting again because thanks it slowdown for you. A little bit Party more you had just finished your masters I think. Yeah and you're you were about to run or you had just ran a half marathon. Yeah so yeah you know Kinda funny about that. I get so passionate Senate in a lot of things at think before the marathons I was all into beauty I wanted to buy all the eye shadow palace hang out. I was just looking at Youtube video. Oh how do I smoke but then it was about I got into group for running and half marathons and I was like you know I never did this before. So let me you know. Be a black girl out there like hey I remember I was. I was interested in that. Then I realized I don't lie to you know. Go Run Eleven Mile Memorial Oriole Park. Although it's a beautiful scenery is a gorgeous park and I did make some really good friends and I'm still friends with now they choose to steal run. I'm corral cheer. Cheer you on not me not the kid you you have been. You've had a great body forever as long as I've known you so it makes sense when I saw that you were running any then made sense and it makes sense. Now that you're modeling your own designs Have you had problems with weight like why you always. I remember you always being in the gym. I remember you always having a great toned physique what we were young. Yeah but I mean it's easy easy when you're young. You have all that energy you know. I didn't have to work out when I was young. But you go to a but I remember you've made in the gym and I when we when we left telecheck eligible we went from teletech to chase. Okay but do remember. There was a time when me you cloudy. All at Kastner on guest. Yes a half a wing because I remember being there we were all at. I don't remember the name of the place you had your. Protege Yeah I love that car and and I remember one day after work. We all went to the gym on Westheimer. Okay and I remember Guinea over there by the Beltway yes in this over there by the buffet. Yes by the Chinese and I remember like going to the gym and like you just been so tone and I was thinking like. I don't know what to do it all these years later when you were like I'm joined black girls run. I was like Dang. She's still organ. Now Oh my good- but honestly I'm lazy when it comes to it Arash wreck in middle school. The high school. I went to didn't have sports though I went to middle school in where I know the other half a Houston. Yeah most of those people. They went to Westbury which my mom worked at. Westbury and I know the rest of Houston from Westbrook. Okay but anyway Yeah I remember. My coach was like you know. Just keep running you know and I. That was another thing I really just ran. Just 'cause you know Decent enough I won a few awards with running but adding adding key but it it was something that you enjoy Andy. Okay and then my mom she. She met her husband my dad when on the Baio attractive. Okay so I was always you know. Fitness was always in a family. Okay Hey that makes sense. Yeah so then. We caught up. We were doing the Derby new. Had just finished this. Now you have a new career and There was make up a little bit and then there was the nine to five. And then there was like you doing like makeup showing your makeup pallets on and his grand- Cam and then but but I think when I would see you'd be like oh I made this or you would post something you'd be like I made this. It'd be like Omega. Make me something ask I will. I will make you something for only one hundred and did it okay so then I was like okay. Well this might be might be for real and fast forward to now so all that leading up to. I really think that this is yours zone. You'd think so I I do I do I think that like creatively. You know body wise Just the passion. I feel like this is. This is the creative creative of who you are. So it's beautiful to see. This is where you're at today. I'm so happy I'm so proud of you. I'm so happy for you. So so what made you say Obama. Push all of this aside because you've been sewing clothes for a little while what made you say like okay. Now I'm GonNa Start this because I wanted wanted to reach in on a mass scale so right now the clothes that I am selling It's not mine design. I am curated items. Okay okay so I definitely want to build my brand awareness. I want to you know. See what my Customers like you know understand Dan them and I want them to understand me as well. Okay so I I didn't see be able to truly reach the type of you've demographics with sewing. Although I still Yahweh so this is how I this is where I found you at the the creative side was the sewing and I know that you did the sewing from your mom so now you're curator so this is like a real boutique. Yeah Okay just ECOMMERCE. It's it's online. Yeah you know but shoots I feel like God is saying you know it'll be more than just online and I. I would like to see it. Get there so I've launch stood for two months now and it's very in its infancy state. Yes you know. It's like a new baby a newborn baby so We get that so we'll see where it goes and and I'm excited and nervous at the same time and like I said I hit went out to La over the summer over This summer to do some sourcing and I you know got a few things from vendors in May but I didn't launch until August. I was just like how do if I do this down but is like I'm not to let myself going to the world. I I feel like that every time I release a podcast. I'm like whom whom God we're so used to seeing you in his finding when you mentioned how you've seen me development to where I am now I've always seen you being so social show. You know you had the wonderful thing party your fortieth birthday wise that you would say that you invited me to It was gorgeous the entertainment entertainment And Your Kentucky Derby Party that you know you invited me to as well just always had just this wonderful way Ahah finessing being social being fancy being passed up and I'll doll ish and everything so I it's perfect that you're here. Now thank thank you. Yeah at my forty party. You customer major driving the nobody in their in their their dress. You know what I want to say. What was the party on the yacht? I may my dress me. It was the white party. Yeah yeah see. This is what I'm talking about every time I'd I'd be like Um Dominique Consolo mom taught me she'll sometimes we'll look at other people who've shown their clothes and she was like oh they didn't press those things out you know they didn't trim the edges is that so she's always been very picky about the little details that actually make or break an outfit that either. UCLA is homemade. Are you like yeah. Well you may that so. When did your mom started? Teach you how to sew middle school. That's when I made my first thought. Wow what was the alphabet girl. It was a knit. Ah outfit it was a skirt. Was this light mint green skirt with like alien or Pinzel. It was it was pencil pencil skirt. I didn't know anything about how to pay so I didn't know anything about pigging it you know to make but I'm middle school. Okay wait you gotta explain to me because I only know paying one word. Okay so you know when his pay win win when it fits through the buys and then it's a little smaller okay. Oh that's a pig. Oh yeah all right I thought that was tapering. But yeah now I know the correct word all you can eat a or people understand what you're saying hag okay. Yeah because you know what to my some of my pencil skirts. Now especially the wants with stretch Have the pegging Or they are pegged. Okay are paying pegged. Ok P G. Yeah Okay so oh you made a pencil skirt and then how is the top. The top was irregular. Knit top. Think about your hands top at but it was peach and I was like ooh Mama. I want the pocket to be a different color so I can say I was colored black and Nina so the pocket was the color of the skirt. It was was like the knit the green. Yeah I I kind of remember this style. Middle School is what it's seventh grade. No Middle School. Yes yes sixth grade. I think I was either six seventh grade. I actually got a pitcher and I was thinking and I show hosted him. You have to be our go go all right so when I was in junior high I would think I was in this great for art art as an elective and we had to do one of the creative projects was we had to create something and my mom sewed she shown all of me and my sister's clothes so At the last minute like Friday Friday Monday I was like mom. What am I gonNA do from project? She was like you telling me at the last minute we went about a yard of fabric and we made a pencil skirts. She showed me how easy it was says. And then I turned it in got a and my teacher was like you know you did really good but up until then I used to hate for my mom to make my clothes. My mom mom made all of our clothes for a long time. She had three girls and she just changed the patterns. Is Your so Michelle Tab then I we all wore the same clothes and we had different material it would be a different color which is one of the reasons why now we do not like to dress alike to have the same clothes. We all distinguished like like what brand you gonNa have you gonna be go. You're going to be proud. I'm ready you know we do. Not Because my mom soda are closing for a long time. We were just uniformly the same name. I think that's I think that's Funny that you started sewing and junior high but you know what you touched on something that I also Felt the same playing with my mom. She sold all my clothes I remember kindergarten pitcher. She said she sewed this dress for me. And it was a little mouse in the Middle Qaeda's little dress so I had got to. I think this was around Middle School. I didn't want my mom and making anything for me. Yeah do but she she. She made my eighth grade dance dress. Or what have you and I think so by the time. I'm in a senior in high school. I was like mom. Can you make Tehran dress. She know what happened to you. You know let's go to Foley's you know we don't have Bowie's anymore like let's go to Foley's I was like mom. I don't unaware what everybody else. Maybe yes and I think after that I started showing some items when I was in college I remember I still have this Blue Kalinin outfit and I was going to half ashes and my mom was like well. We can't go to cloth world joing the half fashions fabric at at the time. They were like Gucci. Yeah you know. I've heard everybody by fashion on my goodness. You know so I wanted the linen I wanted to soak soak duping. I WanNa you know all of that that you can find enjoy so did you. So your prom dress all into my mom she made it for yes. She made it forget. Accustomed Prom she. My sister's prom dress also. Yeah custom PROM DRESSES PROM in mind. Well that makes sense so You went from sewing clothes online. And then and you were kind of selling them a little bit weren't you was you know but Akkas as far as trying to maintain a full-time yeah physician. Um I'm with the job that pays my house. Yes my points and whatever so I had to budget that time and then I was also travelling quite a a bit. Yeah remember though it was Kinda hard but that and then I didn't WanNa do things at the last minute because when I'm pressured the quality isn't as good And I didn't WANNA skip `bout on anybody's outfit so I did make a few things in. It actually helped challenge me because I know how to make fit for me so I did enjoy those opportunities. -tunities to be able to custom fit. You know for someone. That's you know particularly curvy. And then seeing her face light up with some of the things that I may. Hey I'll never get over that. Yeah that was just a beautiful feeling But I realized I couldn't do it and keep up with it. Yeah so when uh when you launched three degrees monroe is thinking. Are you custom making every single piece. Because that's a lot of snowing like that would be a lot of downtime time. Yeah so that explains a lot. Yeah no no so I honestly as one of the things that I see for the business I do want to pick up a you know the brand awareness and I would like to have some of those things that I have sketched out already. Oh yeah yes so but That's expensive yeah you know consume it is it is but I'm still going to try to make that come to fruition one day we'll be having this conversation and Brown badly Adler sketched out this. I think that's what Tina knows used to do for destiny's child I don't think that she actually so those clothes as they got bigger and bigger Z.. Happy she would sketch out the John and then people to make that come. Bring that to lie. I remember that hearing that about What she did for the band or we're happy for? Yeah I I used someone here in Houston had told me about her seamstress and they were like she. So she sews all the clothes spore. Destiny's child so I used her for my bridesmaid dresses brilliant. I was like Oh this is this is Tina knows one degrees easy separation away from is maybe one day beyond say you'll be interviewing us just things but I remember those dresses. Were like two hundred and fifty dollars for her to sell them and I like five bridesmaids and so she's as yes you know. This is custom. This is time consuming. I'm making this off the paper and I remember thinking okay. This is very expensive. I could've just went to the store and did it but the stores have manufacturers and do them all at one when. You're doing something handmade even if I asked my Taylor if I take something to her and say do you think you can do this. It's it's going to be a minimum two hundred at art. It is And that's one of the before launching three degrees one way me and my mom we was getting together to just develop our skill set with sewing and customizing demise and so we got away from commercial pattern and we was getting into learning how to drape close on address farm. I got this beautiful dress form and one of my rooms. Now think that thing was like five hundred dollars but it's the standard is what they use in like The design schools. Also have you so I was really into that and I haven't left it but right now. My attention is on the three degrees runway. Yeah but like I said I do want to get into being able to produce what I designed right I that would be. That's I mean that's a good goal to have in the far future or in the future no telling how far that would how long that would take but I I remember thinking about the details that going to each dress for each person during are fittings and how long that too that was like a six month process. She needed time she she also had other customers and then we'd have to come back for another fitting so oh I was thinking like how it would be great to do something like them. At how unique of an experience that is yeah and so we definitely paid for that. That was very expensive but I understand. Why costs so much? Oh yeah and so anytime you know. Someone has addressed that they would like made. It's custom made just for you so it's going to cost. It is and right now when you have when you have brands online like fashion Nova people don't WanNa pay eighteen hundred dollars short address so they can go online and get it for forty right and and you know what I even find that Kinda challenging with calculating the items You know besides making sure you don't have something that twenty other boutiques Riley. That's one of the things that I had a little blender with. Maybe two items that I had stolen thaw other boutiques but also don't want just the niche shirts. You what you can get at forever twenty one. Asha Nova's so I'm trying to make sure off. On a balance you know where someone can truly identify this as my sight is known for this is what three degrees is known for. You know you can have your fashion. No because because they actually got a Netflix and chill said that I would love to get a little bit tough and some lounge pants. But you know I I definitely see my excite as being something where it's your business woman your sheet woman. You know someone that you know. Has that professional job You know that the office attire. What have you Indian? Juan address them in League jazz weekend. Yeah you know just a little bit of boat you know shake it up and your Clo yes. So let's talk about the items that are on your side. I feel like they are definitely professional but not so oh professional than I can't wear them. I like you've got this crashed. It's like a rust Orange Belvin. I don't know what the material is is below the full. Yeah okay so and is it. What a duster young college duster? You could call it Velvet Cardigan. Yeah you know but I I feel like that's a staple in a wardrobe. I I mean I could wear that to church. I could wear that to dinner. I could wear that to the club. I wear like a crop top and then throw them on with jeans. I I could wear that many many way right. So the items that you have on there are great items their quality And I think that for the clients that you're trying to reach the price point makes sense as well. Okay okay I appreciate that feedback Because some of the things when I'm thinking about curate and I'm like you you know I wouldn't wear that you know but then I also hear the feedback. You know don't necessarily get everything that you know you see yourself in. You know sometimes you do have have the step out and get something that you normally wouldn't choose for yourself so I'm having a you know trying to balance that and sometimes I go to my sister for that like would you wait is what you think about this. Yeah all the items are great. They fit great. The link is good. You know the links are important. Yeah when especially when you're going to work the links are great. There's not like crazy patterns that can't be Worn like two or three times we. We are are in an age where people are kind of fickle about their clothes. They wear something if they posted on. Instagram can't wear it again instagram. Someone I mean in that on instagram right so because you have work because of clothes that you can wear to work like that gorgeous. Lead Teal skirts as my favorite. Yeah that's work all day long but you can wear that on Saturday to Brunch with acute crop top Shirt exact graphic T- yes the colors. There's amazing yeah. Yeah so what made you say. This is the type of client that I want to sell my boot to decatur my boutique to I thought about myself. Yeah if it sound selfish but you know I had to I think about what do I like you know and I've just been kind of sewing towards and making things similar. It just made sense to you. Know initially pick things things that just mirrored what I would actually wear. No that makes sense because they if there isn't something out there that you want and you go on create it. Yeah Yeah So. That's what you did did. Yeah so what have you learned on the business side with starting three degrees you. This is an online boutique. So what have you learned. What was the process that you could share for getting this done for pulling the trigger the steps that you may say? I'm ready to do this. Mentally physically you know at the first hurdle was just to do it and as it is it. That was three each. It took me two months to realize. Just do it God has your back and they say a mustard seed. But I don't even think I had it but now I do and Dan. I think just getting organized with the particular platform that you're GONNA sell on. What type is it GONNA be shop? Is it GONNA be squarespace. You know being familiar with how to understand those things and how to sail. Get your shipping in order. How you going to offer your shipping options and I'm still learning? Yeah I know I use United States Postal Service and had a client reach out to me and say you know what are the differences between we need three particular shipping. Items at Ino- you know so you know definitely make sure you welcome the feedback from customers And that's one edited things when I have a new person ordering they'll reach out to me are they'll say oh. I just ordered something from your site. They'll leave something on instagram so I'll send them direct Miss S. H.. How do you find out about me so I'm still learning? Also you know you wanna find out different ways of how your audiences finding out about you. How did you respond when they said wooded three like did you did you say I don't know I'm gonNA find out? I did. Love the transmitter a annette. I love it. You're saying I'm still new to this. You find me you thanks for taking my small business watching it grow. Don't you love that do I do you know is really curious and wonderful and exciting at the same time you know for the most part some people on their discovery page And despite that I use ads weekly I haven't heard any feedback. Someone saying they found me from an egg. So this were you know not wanting to just you know and no advertisement is important but I need other ways chat figure out how to reach people. Yes because you know what I've noticed with my ads. 'cause I do an ad right before I go back into the podcast. I do an ad and so far for me have gotten me a lot of likes but the the customers the real life customers who put money in my pocket are people who Asama page contacted or someone told them about it or there is a handful of real life customers off of social media media and that will just support you. Have you noticed that. Have you noticed that it's not necessarily your social media feed. It might be someone who saw this referred a friend who referred a friend. Yep is actually when I'm actually wearing the outfits out you know and then they'll come out to the website to the boutique and then they'll ask me as a friend and then eventually I'll see you know a salo it have you But for the most of it it's really my intimate friend. Yeah Yeah no and then I'm sure maybe word of mouth. Yeah and another thing is like patience. Yeah I am the most impatient person. Yeah that's that's not good to have. That's one of the things that I have to be reminded you know two months. I'm not going to see what I would like to see. You know what I I also like about. Starting something new is that people get to see you grow and if you have invested in yourself and if you believe in yourself it's going to happen happen. It's not going to happen as fast as we want to. Because we can see the big right you. Yeah I see myself right but I see where this showing the right to see the journey you know and it gets the journey and I kind of think about it home like I love you too. I really do. Do you know when you see those people that started from the beginning when they first launched and then you see the new camera you know the lighting and everything and and how they're channel grew and how their numbers grew in now and they're getting sponsored video though and like everybody starts from somewhere. I right but my thing. That is one of the things I wanted everything to be perfect. and that's not necessarily. Hey so you work with what you have and that backdrop. That's in my living room right. You know so I work with what I Have Right now but also like when I hit went to the studio when you see. It's like a leather couch and background and the brick brick though. I took some pictures recently and I enjoyed that you know but You work what you have. Yeah that's probably mark post recently that I made is that it's there's there's a humbling experience when you're starting something new and there's humility that you have to bring back to your character after you have to say like okay like I might have had all this over here but this is new vein in my life and start a new chapter so when you're starting over you start from one from from the ground up you have to humble yourself you have to remember how you know it is to to begin something new plant a seed into just weighed me water. Knit watering during it. And eventually you'll see foolish and take place before now you keep fertilizing and watering it and you have to be humble because people are going to see you and be like. Oh Yeah. I saw this. I saw that what's going on while I'm still watering it. And then it's so true because I'm used seeking no everything being so perfect or just having everything I needed my on disposal you know or knowing how to get what I meet him at disposal but you and it sacrifices that you have to make a you say like Should I buy a new pair of lubes or do I take this money invested in my business I want I want my next or my first luxury car but right now the business this is my baby. Yeah hopefully I can go skiing. You know that'll be much Next year but everything is going into the business now. Yeah and I think because I've never made those kind of sacrifices before I've never had somebody that was completely all mind. Yeah it that's that's the humility lady than I talk about like. It means that means I gotta rehearse some stuff in my closet shopping. It's a new event. I don't go to the mall. It's but it's great to see okay. I got some money for working in for for the items that I'm investing for doing this. There's a there's money coming into it I'm gonNA take that money. Put it back and cheese. And that's what I've been doing like the money like you're spending a lot more and that's what I'm realizing. I'm spending a lot more and and the money that I get is going right back in. There is being absorbed immediately almost like a dry cotton. You know just like the entrepreneur. Spirit is a tough. You gotta be strong and when I see things where people are saying people. Think being an entrepreneur social media you have your whole. It's a lot of work and it is and hance your eyes luxuriance eyelash extensions with EPO Lash Boutique Choose Natural Mascara era or volume for an everyday fluffy Glam look save time and look vibrant with less makeup text to eight one five four six one in three three four or book online at E. P. O. H.. Lash beauty DOT COM EP. Lash Boutique is located at one. One six nine three Great Westheimer Road Suite two zero three. He's in Texas. So let me ask you this. I was thinking. Oh just give this you know X.. Amount of years okay. Okay but I started seeing other people's amazing testimonies. How sometimes things happen? You know like seven nine years. I was looking at Cardi Cardi B. stylists. And he had mentioned he had been a stylus for like over nine years. And then Bam you know now. All of Cardi B.'s. You know stuff. It is being pictured everywhere you know people want to know who styled her what have you so I'm like. Wow Oh my God you know here I am saying I wanNA give this X.. Amount of years when you know you really can't say that and and this is actually a passion of mine so I mean I I don't care however long take some about it okay. So that's my attitude and I I was yesterday. I was in the closet and I was praying Lord. How long time I going to do this because because when you when you're in when you have a business you have different people working for you sometimes? Equality Work isn't as well or sometimes they don't deliver on the promise. There's a lot of money that you might might not get back or the product isn't what you so that's a waste. You gotTA start over. It gets a little expensive sometimes and that can be you know disappointing. How was talking to God? I like God you know I need you to show me a sign that I'm on the right track. I need to know that that ended and he reminded me likely. See you made money doing this on the right track. You're not paying the money you want. 'CAUSE YOU'RE NOT GONNA see that it isn't just come right away no matter how hard you pray. I'm just GONNA pop money in your lap but it's something that I love and I know that if I was not making any money I love to do it and because it's something that I'm passionate about something that I enjoy doing. I know that as long as I'm seeing things move forward right you know even if it's inch by inch as long as I'm seeing that the goals that I put in front as long as I'm checking checking that off little by little then I'm okay with that. My sister called me last night. And she said the guy who's on Oh my gosh and I can't even think of all of us. The movie The television show. I think I'm saying the right show She said the Black Guy I. That's on that movie. He was an actor. He played small roles for fifteen years and now he has this big dramatic role. Everyone knows his name. He's on red carpets. And he's picking the awards but he constantly did his job all those years and now it's like. Oh Yeah we all know him like right but he he did that for a long time before we anybody ever. Yeah you know it's humbling but then I okay so I get this motivational I get a motivational devotion every week. And the The lady who sent the message this week she said her her Youtube was on for since two thousand eight from two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen. It took them that long to get one hundred thousand followers and she said you know they were praising God when I got one hundred thousand dollars she said but since and last year to this year they got fifty five thousand she said in one year they have doubled. Would it took them all that time to get and she said so when the timing is right and when those doors open and when you have shown improve and you've developed your craft and you're reading exactly it's GONNA flood be ready and so on and so after seeing and hearing so many people's different stories. I don't doubt like this is taking so long. I feel like this has given me an opportunity to quietly learn what I need to learn. I don't WanNa like blow up making all these mistakes exactly. It's so funny you said that because I'm you know it's an ecommerce site for me and it's being ran out of my bedroom. Or what have you but you know I am able to still deliver the quality. I'm able to deliver deliver packages the next Business Day. But you know when it blows up I WANNA be able to have the sufficient space you know whether I decided to rent You know a space sorry warehouse or whatever I wanna be able to have what's needed you know the The help you know the staff And also make sure nothing in is being sacrificed so the naked wardrobe. They're one of the laureates that I love. And they talk about how they started really SMA- aw how they've grown and they started to send samples to like celebrities. Celebrity started to wear their clothing. They really blew up it. It was because of his years years of being prepared developing staff knowing the kind of people that they wanted to hire who they didn't want it was those years of preparedness that they were able to blow up and be prepared for that right right so it's good that you know we're taking it takes it a scenic route in and then while it's quiet now you know you get to grow you. Get you know those mistakes or non his Lau You know and and you get to recover a little bit quicker so like you said when you. We do have the awareness that we've been dream informed praying for we'll be able to step right on in their own it. Yeah so I'm I'm looking for that appreciating associating this this time right now I'm going to be on the runway wearing three degrees. Yes yes exactly. And that's one of the things I would like to do. Actually have runway is showing. You know whether it'll be spring twenty nineteen or either fall but that's one of the things I would like to see next year and I would like to have you host I would would love to host you read. We're speaking this until yes. This is going to be amazing but I am so proud of you because I remember when we were in in school. Yeah I remember. There was a pitcher of always group of it. I remember writing on the back of that picture. Remember writing I I hope that we're friends in twenty years or something like that just because you you WanNa see where people go from this point on you know like when you meet great people and you're like I can't wait to see that's what this is. That's what we're sharing on social media. Our sharing like this is who I am today but can't wait to show you where this business is in five to ten years and with with your support and with you with you going online and seeing something that you like purchasing it uh-huh these individuals who are following us. HELP PLAN AC- exactly helped me the and that's one of the things that I actually posted previously is like you know. Yeah I'm saying you know you know to purchase but I want you to get something out of this too. I want you to be able to you know where that particular pleated skirt and you know you're the the life of the party because everyone is just so amazed that start you know They haven't seen anything like that before in any of the other blogs So you know I get as much success as that. You know hearing feedback from that Just as well as you know getting your support and being able to be here on the journey because trust me this is only the beginning right. You know I love that. You said that when I go somewhere I don't Wanna look like anyone in the room and if I've spent my money okay then I want I want people come up and say I love your top. Where'd you get them? Run three degrees exactly exactly so this. Tell us what you're wearing. This top is beautiful. I Love The whole ensemble. So tell me about this. So it's the sheer top is from three degrees from one way and it has a bow at the neck tai-bo at the nick. But I love the details of the I I do too It's something about a cuff that I guess is longer than four inches or so is probably about a five inch cub and then like the puffed. Ah Sleeves as well so and then it also has ruffles down the down the middle where you but you can wear two different ways if you remove the that. Yeah Yeah you can remove the Thai. Yeah absolutely wow you know. We're torn jeans. Or what have you or you can wear with the pleated skirt. Toss on Denim Jacket. That's also from three degrees. I know call it a day. Yeah so when you decided like I'm going to start this business. What were some of the hesitations -tations that you considered failure? Yeah I think that was really the only thing Mike you know putting myself out there being vulnerable. Yeah you know. I've never you know that's like asking for help absolutely. I don't like asking for help and I don't like to feel as though you know I need someone to how you know. Oh can you buy this outfit. Yeah but you know. I'm so glad you said the problem is is that in business. You need help. I need you to buy. Hi this I need you to listen to my podcast subscribe share. I need your support right. That's the vulnerability that comes in in business. And then sometimes that's why that's what I'm trying to balance as far as my post because I don't want every poster state bodies just came on a website. I need you to go. You won't this and trying to find different ways to engage do a have a motivational posed. You we know so And then I don't Wanna be like everybody else's you know store. I want you to you know it has to be a balanced and I'm still looking. The good thing is is that you took your personal page and you create a business page and so like your friends are not always being every three degrees runway. Yeah we can follow that Beijing all and I feel like when you have a business page and then you expect you know okay. She's got something new on here Arizona. Right that's what she's going to post on here and then on her personal page. She's GonNa Post. I'm wearing my own stuff but hey I went to the bar tonight do right right and I have have been had a balanced with that. I I really haven't been on my personal page in a while me either. I WANNA post something honestly get like two likes you know you wanna see what. I blew a gold three degrees runway because I known his personal payment. Is there some media pickle. Are Y'all eleven meet a day. Three hundred likes victory. Twenty what change and you know what that's how like in the business you know you know. I remember a few weeks ago. You know sales. It was like sales. Come in every single day you know and I love seeing being a little icon. Say Oh I got a new field and then you know like you go the next week and I'm like yeah check it for me right but then you know is still constant activity that I'm getting still you know maybe in May not come in You know as frequent but it still still picking up. I'm still getting New People coming into the store so you have closed. You feel like you're gonna go to shoes. Wordy already feel like a pair wise that your e commerce boutique will take you in the future like maybe next year. I don't stay shoes because shoes news. I'm really funny about you. Yeah they gotTA be level. Yeah you know and it got to be a good quality still. I don't know if I would get a return. We're trying to bring shoes news on Line but I would love to see like leather assert. Okay like leather bills. And you know like Bruce St as or something like that so and then also like individual like were. It's handmade I was thinking about getting leather machine. One day UH I mean I'm I'm not going to be. I'M NOT GONNA make them but I would just like to see leather. I think leather fabric is a beautiful combination. Yeah in leathers classic. Yeah Yeah Yeah and then it wears well with time Yeah Yeah. I don't have a leather belt that I've had to get rid of exactly might have to punch more whole great. But how would you describe your personal style I think it's more casual with the little bit of who fun of most part. I really liked to be in some jeans worn jeans and tell you know address the shirt And and weekends it's some converse or whatever you know so I would say I'm just a little casual when it comes to brands Hans which are high low brand. Let's do a high low. What's your hi Brian that you go to attack how `bout I haven't went into one yet You know it and I think that's where the stone start. Yes because I didn't. I'm not the you know the Louis Vitton type person or you know. Are you close person. It's like will you spend a lot of money on clothes me either and I think it's because my mom sewed and I know that I can get this look and I know and now the money that it takes to get true value right so for shoes. I'll pay a little money for shoes but I'm going to wear those shoes over and over again with close at at needs to be a special occasion Have a great Taylor so if I want something to look good I can buy what I want low and then spend spend money in having it custom fit right so for me close or not the deal breaker when it comes to my bank and I know you know you have some amazing shoes in your closet clause in purses but I'll spend the money more so on shoes and purses and then but I tend to kind of keep stuff maybe a little bit longer. So I'm I'm GonNa have to hire you to clean up my closet. Thing about cleaning out clauses. People are like I don't know if I wanted to get rid of that. I've had that. Oh my first boyfriend off the so the incentive that I bring is let's post this online. Okay you know. Let's sell it. Let's make a little money off yet. It's like being by new purse. Yeah but I feel like you know when it comes to clothes and shoes and I will spend money on those but I still try to catch a good sale me too. Do so my my guys at saks like lemonade cells. They're good for. They'll send me pictures when new shoes come at least look at these. Are they on sale. Because says with Lubes I have to stretch him for a while. I always dress my loop so it doesn't matter if they came out this month I'm not GonNa win for another month or two. I don't wear them without. They're they're not really shoes. You can just wear out the box okay so a lot of people have those pretty feats. I don't have those pretty try to preserve them. No no pretty young. But I'm I'M NOT SO I. I will spend some money on that but I still try to discount discounted. We're at Kenya and then I just In my fashion. Lisa's just you know what make and whatever so I've never really been one one to WanNa you know. Pay Five hundred dollars for they address. And you know what's funny is that I'll spend the money on a fabric you know like I'll spend a couple of hundred on the fabric break but it's still making something that you know. They don't have an closet. You know. Yeah that's important to me to have my closet as unique in custom as possible because I do shop at a lot of the. I'd like to mix trends with classics and was going to ask you about trends. Hinz do you. What do you think about trans? Do you love them or do you just accept them. I think trends are necessary. especially if you have your own classic style Sometimes we can get in our own style and we date ourselves and For a lot of people if you spend money on good quality products you don't don't WanNa just toss them you can reuse them. Sometimes you can rework them. You can cut the hammer who can do other things with the same item so if we get to stuck in the style that we've established it takes a trend to keep you fresh okay. I think as far as trends I tend to hesitate quite a bit. You know I take. It takes me a while to accept trend for example like the animal print You know so. We're seeing stuff you know that's been recycled pieces. So yeah but when it came out this year honestly I was like what again. Yeah I'm I'm not something that I haven't picked up on. And for example like as far as which shoes the chunky heels when it came. Yeah I didn't really wasn't for but now now I like him. Yeah I know and they came out a year ago. Yeah and then it has probably be a Chunky hill that you would wear not necessarily the trendiest Chunky Hill. So now they've got chunky Heel boot and that's what I got. Yeah I can see you in a great boot. Yeah not necessarily a sandal. 'cause I don't know our height you think maybe maybe but it's also what you're wearing with it. Yeah Yeah so but I I definitely see you as a great person person with a Chunky hill on ono shoes and I bought me a really cute Chunky hill and I didn't like the way it looked it was. It felt heavy when I wore it. Israeli and I'm used to is still leto enlighten easy so ended up selling it. I in my closet. I had a Chunky. He'll That Eh went well with slacks But I ended up. I forgot that they was in my closet and they actually and it was made of leather. But the he'll end up DRI- riding learned with clauses. Isn't that something. How does that happen? I need to find out. I never knew that that could happen. And and I tried to take it to the shoe to hospital. 'cause like I said it was. Leather was like a crocodile embossed leather And I don't know if they was like via via Spiegel being being a or whoever it was but it was good quality leather and so I took it to the shoot hospital and they was like man. We can't fix. Yeah I was. I never knew about dry rotting until just last year and I think that if issue isn't worn enough that's that's for sure what's going to happen. There's moisture in our feet and that keeps the shoe you. You know 'cause you can have some shoes for years but you think you're wearing them that you can have a shoe that you haven't had that line the humidity you know it gets exposed to the humidity and it's funny you you bring that up. I enjoy cigars. So you have to humidifier your CIGA- so it makes sense. Yeah if your shoe is just in a box. And it's not being exposed exposed to the elements we walk in puddles. But Yeah so before I let you get out of here you couple years ago. Did the big shop. I'll I did and I actually want to do to chop again when I'm looking at director and not believe put everything often it's yes. Yeah yeah you know muscles Bush's a good style. Shout out to style. Is Kim McKay. Hey Hey became has. She's on maternity leave right now but when she comes back and I was I was being a little selfish cable. Who Do my hair? And she's also my photographer by the way. Yeah he's awesome. Yeah but well they do that. You know I got tired of the relaxers and then I think I was just seeing so many beautiful women just embrace their natural hair And unfortunately I you know it was because I was just seeing so many natural hairstyle that was looking just so dope yeah And I was like I'm GonNa do it and then my mom went natural Mussel stew. I think my mom and my sister was already natural and their hair hit already. Grew out to it. Nice Lynn Win. Yeah and I was like. Oh Wow you know because you cut it all off when we went on our trip to London. Yeah yes out girl. I had the buzz head. Yeah Yeah and then my sister says stop saying buzz okay. I had the tapered here style. You by yeah yeah I remember. Everybody was like What's up with your friend? Dominy what they mean by was though because of my hairstyle I was like how does how does your hair salivate your close no. She's super girly. Like I don't know I probably need to have a talk with I am now. Yeah no no uh-huh but but how does your style when you have shorter hair that affect the rest of your style. I just I I tend to wanted to make sure I had my earrings. My ears you know. Put on my lipstick and blush like you know to ease their own but I enjoyed dating men. Did you go more. Where you more feminine more girly more with change member changing too much? I'm like you know to heck weighty way too you'd have to dismiss but I really did enjoy the short haircut and it was just so free and then when it became a little longer I was wanting into cut it some more and and my sister was like no you know. Let's just let's see. How long growth? So are you still natural. I am however the lightning in has changed. Yeah the curl because it is so gorgeous and I feel like if you WanNa be if I want it to be blonde. I would have to be all natural so I'm all natural. Now you know with the protective style. Yeah but even the protective style doesn't allow my hair to be as natural as it should be because a little of the leave event who leave out textures different but I feel like going natural and then going blind is the way to do it because you don't have twice as those chemicals on there and and the only reason why I've been able to this light because natural how does it look when when it's way it's it's like lost ringlets bed the top where the Sir Black Girl. I don't know what it is down towards the bottom where the lighter colors are but it's more relaxed. And so I tend to do the twist outs and stuff at the house. You know and put some rollers and roads. It's an in college today. Yeah so you've got like a new hair you got new Chapter Near Live as an entrepreneur. You're gone gone onto. What can we expect from you in the future like? Where are we going to see you? Oh so I am going to be you know meeting and doing bids with some social sites. You know Social branding companies. That can help me take my vision to where I wanted to be But you'll definitely see more of three degrees runway and I love that you're new with this and you're like I inviting fighting us all on this journey. It's like we're not dance. Come see me grow support me I. I have learned that women who who are in business will support you so much they'll give you the pointers and say use this guy. He's great for branding. Used these people there. I've seen a lot of of Camaraderie from other women entrepreneurs. Have you seen that. I can say I've seen it most definitely with you yourself because you was like you know. What APP do you use? And I was like Lisa. I don't tell nobody was like baby. You're like you know it's good to I share like I said I came from a place where I've never had to share. I've never had to you know As for support. Yeah so that's one of the other things that I I have to learn as as entrepreneur you know is you know provide that feedback provided that You know what do you go to get this. What apps do you use? What website excite you know So thank you for helping me immediately on I feel like in business business business when it comes down to the when it comes down to growing your brand It comes down to the bottom line. It comes down to that number especially if people are wanting to invest in. You're see you grow or you'll meet people who don't know you from Adam but just want to see like what you do want to support you. They'll give you some advice for free that they probably had to learn the hard way. And so I've just seen once you get with a great group of people who are comfortable within their own skin. You'll see them. Give out information and help you. And it's it's different from a certain Perspective where normally Levy like why are you. Why are you doing where you want in return but there are people who are like? I've been where you've been. Yes I this is a great product. You have a WanNa see you grow. So don't be afraid to share and don't be afraid when people share with you for free on anything in return except just to see you better right and just to share their hiccups. And I'm like that. You know with with other things but I think this this was new to me. You know so I had to immediately learn you know it's okay. I just wanted to say thank you know. groped me a wonderful paragraph and instagram. Uso Word it's nothing bad about that maybe the wrong but you're at least typing. We turn the phone off and go back. Lisa's typing typing. Ah when I started the PODCAST I call on some friends and I said Hey. I'm starting a podcast. I'd love to interview this. What it's about and they said is it? Tell me the date. Tell me when they never heard the podcast. They didn't know what I was going to ask them. They were just open to it and they came on and told me how they started their business. How they How all these different steps? What do you need to do? And they shared all that stuff and I don't. There's no cost me on the PODCAST and I don't pay people to be on the podcast so this this is free advice that they gave me and all my listeners. Just straight backs and I everytime I was talking to one of those entrepreneurs I learned learned that all of this stuff is a hard lesson so if someone else can learn what I learned it it makes it easier to accept like this was a hard lesson to learn so let let me help someone else. Yeah Yeah so when I look at it that way I think about okay. What are these lessons that I'm learning? Okay let me pass it on and then I'm also really appreciative. Tiv- I recognize in people like when they give me some good stuff Leah said. Let me help. Let me let me so so so i WanNa say when did you think about the park has because I feel like soon as we hit came from a trip to Paris and in London. Didn't you went off line for Yeah I did. I went off line because we were experiencing financial changes but also I was finishing school and I wanted to coming down to the wire needed time to focus and started interning. Okay I interned for a radio station and I did all their background and all their syndication and he was wanting me to get the radio show syndicated but I was explaining to him. Radio is I feel like it's you know it's a dying breed I feel like it's everyone has has. DVR's everyone has who we have. We have stations. We've we've stations that we can look at on our phone right. Everything's technology savvy. I Went Back School for digital communication to learn this part right but you know yes yes and so I was trying to explain to him. You don't need to go syndicate at four radio station because with radio you need to be live at the time. You can't rewind and you need to be right there when the show comes on and people have things that they're doing exactly podcast. You can listen to it at your convenience you can listen to you can have a marathon listened to them all at once on a road trip or you can listen while you're working out at your convenience convenience and so I started to do more research on the podcasts. When my internship ended I was like this is something great? I would love to do this and then I read a book by Claire Summers and she gave every step that took for her to start where she's at today and I've been following her for like ten years. You've interviewed her interviewed her. Yeah love I loved her interview and she said I thought about you when you were saying you work in in your living room. She said that she started her blog. From pirated Wi fi. I you know Larry Yes. She's that I just I just started and I just did it. I did have made it do what it can do with what I had and look where it's at today. She had a million dollars and she her page was you know they. They went into her page and they locked it because pictures are on there and she tells that story and now she's having to start all over. That's a humbling experience but to know this process into watch her go through. Yeah that's I mean it just humbles me to hear people story and so when I read her book and she tells all these different things about how to start what the problems were that she was going through identified and I said I'm going to do soon so that's what happened. We're going back and forth to Vegas when school ends to go to work and I'm not going to be wearing these shoes. I was like I'm going to start selling my closet. I and then I thought about this like I could do this. I can do this for other people. So it all kind of catapulted to where it's at today and it's funny. You know how you may start with this idea and and then it grows. You don't necessarily know how it's going but it grows organically and that's what I love seeing how people grow organically and it's not force is just another gene that they're good at. Yeah Yeah like you. You like you look at Dominique and you say like of course. Dominique has an online boutique. She was always he's GonNa like I knew her back then and I see her now and I'm like four. She's running in red carpet. 'cause you know what you had a red cry. Hey I'm thinking about all of these events and had a red carpet party and that's all read the step and repeat I remember the you always have such amazing parties with the themes and everything and it just goes to show you know how long we've known each amaze- yeah we've known in each other forever. Which is why? I'm so happy that I get to support you. In this new endeavour you GonNa be here again so tell us. Where can we find? You like where you add right on social media sites and other places so the instagram. That's where you can see all of my boutique items. Of course you can follow that at three degrees runway away and it's three with it underscore then degrees spelled out and then underscore runway The website is www dot three degrees degrees. Runway and facebook is the same. Three degrees. Runway and three degrees. Runway is from you your mother and grandmother three generation. Yes three generations of sewing and creativity. I was going through my dropbox one day in I had an interview where I interviewed my grandmother and she passed away last year and just hearing her voice and I was asking her. You know grammy. How did you start snowing and you know she was just giving me the history and I've never you know asked her about it? You know I don't know why you know what five years ago I decided to ask my granny about so and but it. It helped me to understand how she started. You know how my mom got into something and I want to be able to put that interview. Somehow her clip flip it on my website. That'll be beautiful. Yeah that will be beautiful. I am so excited that you've started this and I can't wait to continue to support you. I want everyone out there to support and we're going to continue to watch it grow. I can't wait to be on the red carpet with you. Save you in your fashion. Exactly going to be amazing I'm so excited for both of thank you Lisa and thanks you guys for joining us on in their closet.

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SALAMIN - TAGALOG FICTION STORIES | MGA KWENTONG MULTO

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12:48 min | Last week

SALAMIN - TAGALOG FICTION STORIES | MGA KWENTONG MULTO

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Rutas de la Guerra Civil por la Sierra de Madrid

Podcast RadioViajera

00:00 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rutas de la Guerra Civil por la Sierra de Madrid

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pisode 1 Prsentation officielle

Pour le plaisir de partir

00:00 sec | 6 months ago

pisode 1 Prsentation officielle

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Como criar uma CAPA de Podcast incrvel?

RSS News I O Podcast de Not�cias para Podcasters

00:00 sec | 8 months ago

Como criar uma CAPA de Podcast incrvel?

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48: DANIEL COSO VILLEGAS  LA CRISIS DE MXICO [1946]

Historiografía Mexicana [Libros de Historia de México]

00:00 sec | 10 months ago

48: DANIEL COSO VILLEGAS LA CRISIS DE MXICO [1946]

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"Welcome to e Goo Net ghost. I am not in Linda scope. I Mike. I'm Alton yet. What are we thinking about when it comes to dating scene and You have mentioned tinder and put costing what's vets relation so yes matchmaker. Fm is a new product that we've launched an outback Podcast is to help podcast guests make connections and the ad that was the distraught line is. It's like ten to podcast. It's interesting I I've never used but I know about the phenomenon Neva. I'm married so definitely never used it. And I'm tactical. Yeah that's interesting and that's how we got connected you reach on a link. Deny thank you listen mentioned match making dot FM. I got to be curious and medals if you could be on the show so then I did some as I do on this segment like the name of these particles Ego and ego surfing or eagles. Search on your name and Mike and Ben How do you pronounce Your Name Consumables? Yeah and now in the Green Room on Italian or is it a Sicilian actually. Yeah that's important. 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I think which is a French great. I think my stepfather and my stepfather. My father in law is really into wines. So whenever we go that we always drink incredible wines and it's impossible to sleep incredible by wind as good as he buys Oversee knows to gap. That's doesn't so when I did Ben Social Your name Van Four thousand two hundred twenty results on Google. And is this a couple of images that changed around I mean Google now or some- sometimes and then linked in at your co Founder? Podcast DOT CO The one for Columbia Company ending their and event twitter videos facebook and then. But we'll talk a bit more about the matchmaker dot. Fm The product hunt that you have talked about your invention veteran your service and then I wonder about if six s but also heat result also six APPS is like a startup community website where I of created a profile on there quite a number of years ago I actually shows the item say try nine very often speech and then okay interesting. Yeah it's like it's like a startup of basically and then you reduce and then I could save at From straight up here As the free thinker. An eighty east at. Are you religious? No I'm not and I think I know it's going to come next. Yes so what's Best Solo so that might consolo isn't May You see interestingly this to my console is so funny right so before we launched podcast dot co we also want assist the company called Radio Dot co where we do live radio streaming experiences a large percentage of like launch percentage of customer bases at Julie Churches. That wants to take that ban sermons online and broadcast. Salmon's so we have quite a lot of Stan based churches on the customer base. There an interesting lake. The Mike Consolo. And the isn't may is very much involved in that of ministry world and solve helping ministries get that radio stations in streams online as well as yeah just generally involved in helping ministries damn achieve that digital marketing goals. Okay so we spent I know is if not you but it's him. Yeah Yeah exactly you know funnily I a few years ago I would. I think I said I google search on some images because we're changing some links on site so I said to my name on Google images and an image that might consolo came up and I was made for a while and I was like looking thinking. Why do I look so different All told me a few seconds to realize I wasn't looking at myself and we are joking a bit about it but I do this because it's might the podcast name but also that I'm an advisory New media and you can't do so much about what's What the results. But you could at least reflect on it so when I take on Google the first page what. What's your actions or your thoughts about that. Is it like what you want or watch? Because we're gonNA talk about match Max gear. Fm Bit more later on. So I'm art and yet when we come back right yeah okay cool right so and about what? What's your reaction to the results with coming up on the first page? She's what you imagined. Or what you like about it. Or generally yeah. I don't I guess fig too much about how I'm perceived on live. Interestingly thoughts I obviously judge other people monnaie online presences so Quite interesting yeah. I mean I don't think there's anything that the I wouldn't be happy to be putting out is all stuff. I've obviously out onto public public facing sites limited you'll medium on twitter so generally. I'm probably quite happy with the results from your perspective. Interestingly what do you think about the results also you got? Yeah and then we'll come. I am ECE said I often don't do a lots of resources on before into. I want to have a conversation but I do visit. As an exercise get PEOP- other people listeners. To think about that then Reflect on it and maybe do some introspection and then they could contact me and talk about that. Because I I agree with you your view. I think you have a sound fought about it and thinking that you should be as your and then you meet people in different ways. I mean you present yourself and it's like I say your a facets that I'm I'm working my lost sight I've call it teapot media to present what I'm doing and then I said often a person an individual or have lots of different ways. You could look at it. And that's interesting because vessel how you do business with the people who you know like and trust but think about it okay. What's what's coming up on. How could we improve if we want something else popping up and we do content creation on shopping? It looks good. But then you can contact me through linked in. I got curious about matchmaker. And that's what we don't see so much about on on the first page but I know it's a new service so I did a search engine on duck duck go like good. Is this for privacy. And so on I will. I will do some additional. She's also because of the outer sort out there. But I mean the Google is the most common one of several linked in inferences discussions and forums. And then it was on instagram and then for something called more Soon and I incubates. It was a product Hunt also that we were talking about that so on doctor. Go Back Moore of about this match make gear FM. So is that anything else or chief marketing officer or crowds. That's really interesting so with much maker. We've actually taken a very different approach. Astle traditional marketing through pub Cosstalk Radio DOT COM with very very heavy on Old Ganic content. Marketing happens on our site. So we basically create information hubs with guides. Tory rebels videos. We pull in a lot of traffic Free DOT COM type of marketing because ultimately a lot of people on the Internet. They have a query. You provide them with some sort of healthful answer to that query and you try and funnel them into the product if it's if it's the solution that looking fall so it works really well for that and you know like say on radio DOT COM for example the set and such times that will be on where we've got like probably all five of the top five links So thoughts incredibly profitable with make we kind of decided to take a different approach in the is not necessarily a service that needs to be content. Heavy the most valuable thing about is a product I guess is allowing people to make those connections so we decided to take a different approach. Not Chilly Around reached you know like I said violate ten so we would just go onto Langton search for people that we looked interesting might be interested in and then we try and reach out to them in a way. Why Direct. Invite to create an account all alternatively some of useful information that they might them find specifically useful so so recently since this kind of holy cow things started happening. We've been sending remote guide outside people which saw talks about how you intake you'll get your podcast and recorded remotely because of this kind of current on. I like that guidance and vet I will. I will do a comment. I did that on twitter because there. You had not missed but you have great to spare but the one that I'm using in veteran doing now is ringer and I couldn't see that listed so that you could do and and yet bringing and that's good because I mean lots of The guides and so on after some time I mean they. They need to get updated. But that's good for concentration because then your site will be fresh side like that guide and one would. We talked about in. The Green Room is Colin Gray of Allah. And and he has great post and guides. For everything microphones steel. What not and. He's also talk about his services but also offers. I think that's a good way of doing it. May How? How have this outreach program? Because it's a it's not a cold call or code message but you reach out. I mean I have heard about podcast. Don't see you before. I think maybe stumbled on you when I've done searches but have you had good response on that. Yeah so we launched around two months ago now and we've got around two and a half thousand people using the pot full. I'm we've sparked about two and a half thousand conversations as well so it is going quite. Well it's been really interesting for me because typically I'm used to having a website with loads and loads of pages in and with matchmaker we've literally got one pages. The London Page. So it's been a very different approach rows but yeah it seems to be working seems to be kind of moving in the right direction and it takes time as I said I signed up. I mean right before we started and it was a quick process as I. I enjoyed that then I did I. S A like a guest. I like to have guest on my podcast but I haven't been guests on so many products in a way. Maybe I should think about more about that in the future But then how would you describe your salad for what should I say is a very short and sweet potato? You should have me as a guest. Because I'm a contrarian think differently regarding marketing and zone as I said I'm not maybe an expert but I've found my way through blogging. Since two thousand and two podcasts incident. Two thousand six. I have some kind of guidance would philosophy in me so maybe I could be an interesting guests fair. I don't I don't know maybe but I already signed up for but I want to have guests and already. I've got a person that contact me here right before we started recording so I will talk to him and we'll see because I'm very to have guests on my podcast. Then we could talk about. Maybe you don't see them as a competitor uh In the Green Room. It's a big market here and lots of space for lots of organizations companies and so on love. Have you used or have you heard about podcasting gifts dot com yes. I've used it but I have heard of actually and I've spoken to the founder Assad Service on Lake so yeah so I'm aware of that and I think Paul Chaser. If you're aware of that thank you say yes. So they've been working on similar. Say this as well. I'm like I said I I think ultimately competition is a good thing personally. I think it's agreed i. It's it's a good thing to know who your customers Focus on trading the experience. They want Not Really Worry. About what other businesses if doing. Yep The because I had an interesting experience we put causing guests because I wanted to. I mean I've been impulse for long time but I am very open. Would we'd my clients and stone. I could guide them how they should do a cost but I say that I have struggled with my own podcast. We'd say to do it on a regular basis because I served others on headwaters out of things going on but I haven't given up. I'm still continue with it `Bout give good advice how to do it on a on a regular basis so then I want to have more guests and I got like more than ten guests in in the pipeline and that was a good thing away but it was also. I mean how to schedule it. And so on and and to know when to put it in I've got almost overwhelming wellness. Where Australia interesting. Yeah but I I like this tested and then pod chaser very. I think still under wraps in a way because I feel out the long human you know survey and I say that too and a cold van later on to joke that okay. I'm all for data mining and SOM- but I I I did some sometimes funny comments on it Because they collecting data here that could be valuable for them and for people who want to match posters and guests. So I haven't seen anything there yet but I mean they are working. They want to create their database on. I like their service. Ev- idea very much but it will take time because you know. As we do the wrote to prepare plan blue record marketing podcasting production editing et Cetera et CETERA. And then it's a new round so to go on other sites and someone could be fine but I think it's a great initiative to to say to be like the almost like the movie database for posters but it will take time. Well I think I think I'm I'll be really interested to see how whether achieve thought. Because I do think that's kind of needed. And ultimately the industry itself is so early stage even though he's been going for a long time in the people at Yourself Paul casting for a very long time actually united but as a soul of widely recognized industry. I kinda feel like the last few years would of Audie I. What kind of web video walls maybe ten years ago where it was suddenly this big influx into online video? Everyone was creighton videos and uploading them A. Now you've got five million videos being watched every day on youtube five billion videos being washed up on Youtube and I think we're only at the beginnings of all of that with audio personally. So what kind of at that kind of early wild west phase? I think there's a lot of opportunity and everything's kind of up for grabs. Potentially the most important thing for me is like saying about competition and monopoly is the most important thing you can do is to focus on your users of what it is that. Yo uses guessing ounce of your service from the content marketing that we would doing around poke cosstalk. I we kind of realized that there was this gap people on the Cast of organization elements. You know that you were saying once you've got all of these Then suddenly there's more Tools and services that we can build within matchmaker to help people and we wouldn't have really realized we hadn't been doing the kind of type of content strategy and outreach we were doing on Polka stock and similarly we probably wouldn't have even build Polka dot co if we haven't overbuilt radio dot guy because we doing live radio streaming where suddenly getting them out down on demand audio as well so this stuff is you know obviously all connected and that's interesting As a how to say full directly The Green Room used Word Monopoly and according to my view monopolies only when we state is involved. So I mean it's always a potential to pop up and you competitor on services on and if the market will be free to to work then it will be a good way but then of course you have very strong how to say companies out there for example Apple Google. Now you could say we'll spotify and others but still it's market shares out very. Nobody's controlling it because they can't the thing is could be that is how. How do you use like the standard like the Horse's feed for example? I know that the the guys Royal Robe Greenlee and do what's his name in blueberry and they have talking about that on new media show. Maybe it's time for like a R s dot to dot or something like that because it's working but it's an old technology and we don't we take it for granted but as it is and I think someone someone public will come along and change. How are s works? I would imagine but lead. You say the nature of podcasts. I'm why they've become so ubiquitous is the fact that they are that you know. That apple traditionally Apple podcasts ran the up until the LACI yes. If you think of the word podcast you think of apple because they trade. The whole economy rarely talk Stan and the player Empire freeplay ipod when it was like. Whoa number I. That's why the name is so. I often talk about that story. That's why my podcast and wall. She's he's pulling my leg verbiage they would net cost. It's it's not established but it's like a home it tribute to LaPorte Miss LaPorte on tweet. Tv and he was one of the first ipod causes because when NASA said. I'm an apple fan boy but at said back in the day. But it's only we Our company with cooled. Something an ipod. So podcast there shouldn't call it like podcast. And then he said maybe we should come up with a new ordinance like net cost or something else. The in a way that's why FIDUCIA new customer was. Sorry yeah no no sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt you now. I think it's I think you're completely right. I think you're onto something that the May this is gonNA sound a little bit contradictory because our company name is podcast archive. A podcast is south. Isn't really important. It's actually is a show. It doesn't matter like this is probably coming from the kind of Radio Dot K. background as well is. It doesn't matter if a show is live streamed out specific time more if it's listen to on demand when the chooser when the user decides to listeners already decides to it's just it's just a show it's just the annex experience and similarly. It doesn't really matter where it happens. You know like a large percentage of I've launched percentage of podcast. Listening actually happens on Youtube. I'm reading your mind. I mean I have a Gwinnett cost fangs. Lipson is Like a destination is automatically when I uploaded publish it. It will be on my youtube channel. I know many people are like watching my podcast artwork and listen to it but still add it could be searchable. I could add the linked to my podcast and so on and and I have some subscribers. Fatou so you you should be ever are so I mean that's got some interesting to see but we talk your longtime of off that because the world here in Sweden is pulled radio and we'd to de- depending on account but P. O. D. D. radio. That's the official word for park. Also I've registered the two main padre radio DOT ORG but the common name is pod or Paul Dehn or podcast and but a said you could listen to podcast on like like you can listen to in real time or as we say time shifted. But then we have here. I don't know how it is in England but you have regular radio stations here like public ratings on and they create the protocols but in a way it's radio program they all changes. Yeah and I. IT'S K. If you could subscribe to it ours s and you could do it forever. But some of the radio shows episodes. They're disappearing And the best I think could be. Yeah it's how you get to be doesn't it? Yeah yeah it does. I think that's it like I think generally terminology for fangs is so confusing. I think this is the case with podcast. Definitely water water thing is what show is. I think those confused people. I think that's similar to you know did the similarity that is like online events. So you have webinars you have meet ups. You have presentations. You have keynotes. You have summit. She have like a million from words. the one fig which is an event of some description ultimately. Yeah so. That's why in a way I mean I I like the word. Podcastone on your podcast. Dot Co Great Year L. and May name and the net cost I like also because then people could wreck debate. Okay Internet I know but what's caused and that's coming from was broadcast. I mean you want to have broad spread or reach but podcast could be very narrow. That's what I like about the also the it's a mix of different words into one again. This is a real. I don't really think about it or because now you could like for example and talk to him green remorse over that spotify have got the great I mean spot the spot on the list now and especially for android users like number. It's now the second clock and that's another new word pod catcher or cost application an author apple podcast and so and that's mainly for music but then they created this player. But you could play postals on now. We are pushing very much it and so you. I listened to. Yeah sorry go on moth so so they will promote it similar to the duly music artists that you could get recommendations you could get least you could have a profile of the pod coster but you know the player and I like it in in a way but the first one we created it. You couldn't do a quick speed or boost or something like that because you don't do that with music right you do it on regular speed but podcast if I talk slowly then if somebody wants to speed it up. They could do that. Trump Lamont one of my favorite podcasts. catch your. App IS OVER COST. Do know that one yeah. He has the distribution drive touch. Yeah yeah because it's a great service. Immoral key wants to do his thing and he wanted to create his application. And there you have the boost. Also you have False speed or so it. It sound in a good way so and it's up to listeners so if they will think our conversation is to maybe too dry or too slow they could speed it up. I mean I'm all for it. Yeah let's say I think you know about what you say before you got. Byu listeners. I I knew all side got to give them what they want. Alternate live Hawaiisale. Just Chew Now. I think I have cast actually. Yeah we do distribution advocates. I think that one of the services that pulls from apple so they pulled from blue. Almost he's saying that publicly he's all for. He is an apple event in a way but he's also could give constructive criticism. He a only do that. That it is for like distributing because we have talked about that also without math to joke in mention any names but they are deployed play out there market players that fiddle with or assess feed a bit and maybe they are not so open with it. I'm all for it if you read the fine print so on and I mean releasing this don't get home by it but yeah it could be a difficult situation but again with the market will take care of this. I agree I mean by nature. Podcasts arrived and so I think of all of the kind of free play as a trying to control the market apple. Podcasts and spotify I think the players that tried to shut it down to control the advertising the ones that will potentially lose out long term. But who knows. It's you know like I said it is a wild west and anything could ultimately happen as long as sorry gone. Continue as long as he pulled united as long as podcast Geico of any advertising revenue that platforms generating off the back of your content. I think now it's okay. It's only when people taking assets that other people that creating injecting onto them and then not giving them a car which is really. This is the whole fundamental problem with shootings business model Because basically pulled in the RADII streams they tonight that out at the front survey but then that doesn't necessarily cover all the licensing issue side at on dependencies the benefit for tune. In because the stations themselves don't get any cut from revenue. I know as US good to know because I think sweeping food tune in also I've added that the various Like manually I think in a way. Yeah but yeah I suppose outcasts. Yeah if you don't have a dedicated scale fee up podcast it If it's on chewed in a will play your podcast. The we'll see and full direct good because I have had handed over my twitter name. Lyceum to Sacree Davis of Himalaya premium content often. I podcast APP and also working. We'd very interesting protocol LYCEUM DOT FM. That's educational podcast. So he reached talked talked about my twitter name. He was interested in that. And when we had the discussion and I when I handed over and the names I might weaken an handling lyceum portals and theropod is also a name or nickname for the school of Athens in in Greece. Aristotle's school so and then I got curious to test their application. So I've done that also and I have to some of my friends and listeners. In some said that while I like that very much I won't use that because I mean ever listeners could vary how say what they want to to have and what kind of features on. It's good but we should know that the beak play you saw apple podcast and now spotify and we'll waking for every day on Google. Podcast will really enter the market and then every android phone will have it on like standard. What do you predict them? Will we see a boom in podcast consumption van? Because I mean it's more android phones out there than than iphone. Yeah GINA THE PHRASE DOT COM. Have you heard that phrase before note? So mom was coined in relation to facebook. Why things are so ubiquitous. That even your mum knows what it is or your mom is an American phrase it instead of Dot Com may stop mom so yeah. I think once Google so of Into the market. You say we will see kind of thought Momma Explosion in house my mom you preparing them own. Put costs Co Well I mean So of Strategy moving forward is you know we. We are a podcast. I think we've got kind of interesting ideas around autumn. Why we're going to be taking that we've also just on the production side of things. We just signed an exclusive deal with Nations produce all of that podcasts. For them in their office Probably GonNa be kind of ramping up some of that content production side of stuff. That's a trend. But we see how. How would you boom doing right now? With what's won over I service I used and they saw child since on. But the TAB lots of I mean and now they merged we do or we'll and the not kind of inflated and then for of Nick Candy. Who's a huge property developer in the UK evasively islands the vast majority of the publicly traded shares? I Haley he comes money into it. Basically I think that so heavily leveraged with debt that they could probably papa anytime but then they will always be an asset so we will always continue in some form of are over because it's got so big and fat makes sense and as I said I mean you. You don't have been a guaranteed success even if your idea or services good because I like that. We talked about at in the Green Room about anger. I think that's a great start jess for a beginning Arizon- but said read the fine print. Would you boo in what was called I inventor? Would you be most so easy to start and I liked the feeling of about you. You could follow unders and you could comment. But then it started getting bigger bigger and they wanted to. Yeah I wanted to have these deals with others. Yeah and then. We've got this push that they had to PERCENT FIGURES OF INK AUDIO. Bouma kind of in the same market as a And I think even audible Lavigne this kind of market on spotify a slow. They trying to take this market. Shawwa that old basically looking to lock in exclusivity to that platform. I'm Himalayas. And not him. Last survey Luminary the American people are trying to do it from the side effects as well right. Yeah and they have to think about that but I mean he. Malaria is in a way that. And that's why I'm testing but more like a test but also without as the ambassador LYCEUM DOT FM. I won't deceive. That could work. And we've talked about that. Also you have that on your site but if you have a certain number you could help them with sponsorship at on and most of podcasts. There don't have that number now. We got maybe want to support it with a special content as on. I'm all for it but the big players are for the big podcast hosts that are known from TV radio or veil celebrities. And that's all fine but I think it's a we have space for others. Also now in custody he may at Lyceum. Fm Too. If you want to support my work. Because I am having cost in order to podcasts Hopi but also I have the clients and so on so so that's fine but then you could support a give a symbolic dollar per month is on but not so people taking this for granted right and all okay but I I mean I have clients that do great research on guests. They take the time and the quality of content compared to yeah. You could competitive. What whatever we'd regret radio. Tv Or newspaper. It's great content and it's worth something right to put like some ads not related. That could it could work but it could be also that the listeners. Don't really care right exactly this. Is I think why listeners take action on podcast office is because it's from the heist family. You start injecting stuff into podcast is not gonNA work. It's not way previously In United where appalled casting probably work even last Because with a podcast. You're actively choosing to listen to it. Even though you're listening to in the past I was with the radio those public just going on in the background. Moderate PHENOMENA SAYS JACKSON'S RADIO STREET INJECTING. It into a so. I've chosen to sit down for half an hour and listen to this thing or an hour to listen to this thing to then inject something irrelevant. It doesn't feel like a very good user experience and I think it turns people off so I think companies that attempt to do the Azaz solution to generate revenue. A public in the world secretly fail and I think Himalayan Israeli interesting actually and I think they unite the mock in Asia that if people follow willing to pay subscriptions content in Asia than they are in the West Wells. So I think that's something to look at Rayleigh those models Mall FOR THE PLATFORM. Side of things will probably focus more on building tools. That will help. Everyone in the people on the biggest podcasts carrying and then on the production side of things will probably do a set amount of podcasts deduction with big. Lebron's and as I said Lyceum Vitesse Himalayas Platform. You could say but they are focused on CA- academian educational and schools and so on and for teachers. And I think that's an interesting approach. Also I ended. Having Harry's the future of knowledge is learning and at times like this when we are consuming on distance and long distance. Then when when we won't when we have time that's it could be an interesting thing but again it's how you and then maybe you have some about how should they so called market than how should they educate about the service because I take it for granted but not everyone not all moms out there. Don't don't yeah. That's that's true. I think. Actually in the First Instance. That probably do quite well because you've kind of already announced today. Rarely they've got a niche that they focused on his around education so they know who that is they know who that audiences and they know specifically what kind of constant need to bring gone. I'm what kind of listeners and they need to bring on in order to make the marketplace element work in what I'm doing so I always think niches work while if you know you know going about to was saying galea if you know who your customer is you can end up providing a much solution for themselves interesting. They like call in Tokyo calling in the podcast highest Nice Guy and I. What he's done is really really interesting. So whilst we've been so building the content strategy on building the audience radio DOT com. I was always aware of the podcast host and I was always looking at Thinking that's really good point. We are GonNa Paul Lay Radio content strategies into podcasting. Those kind of obvious that we were going be doing not so it was interesting to see Colin doing because he had like a couple of years had stopped on quite law of people. Actually and really if you're looking solid content around podcasting and adviser on costing poker sized one of the best places you can absolutely go tape and I think by knowing his customers in the his us as well I think Israeli interested in the Collins Canal Lawrenson of a podcast host What he's done is he's fell a tool that he feels public services a gap in the market for the types of uses. He's bringing him for his content strategy on then similarly he's actually built a tool not readily available. Elsewhere is definitely the kind of thing that I would use. That is absolutely US three. If I was going to do my thing and try and get some one hundred per service that I would just puck out of the myriad of ways that you could do pay for Jed. That appeals to me straight away a compelling sale sales pitch. I is a compelling reason to use fraud and I. I don't know that you don't end up pet solutions that that well-defined unless you really know you're making things full you and I mean he was. When we had the conversation it was he will very open when dumbing in Helmand clients customers and people who have started in the Hallway. Wanted to keep them so to speak and I WANNA included. But I mean I'm opening it cost compared to buy a program official but then it cost lots of more from At once but over time this will cost more. You could say but it's evaluate before my time and I could use it so it definitely for me and I have introduced it to clients also And I am. That's what I think we should win support And he has to base in order to new inventions. Innovations will come. Do you need to get the about the kind of support also and it's interesting because we have seen lots of services coming goals that are so-called free or very technical or maybe not ready yet but I am all for to also because you never know what will would work and it's funny would come in one of your features on podcasts. Dot Co coming to transcript and the episode that I did call in. It was for about half an hour Written I will update the show notes later on and then to become very late and I said I maybe I should do it. But you do by hand or should I use the service and will my listeners. Pay For if I used like a transcript described service. I don't think so when I use blog. Talk Radio IT COSTED. I think one or two dollars per minute and we have talked for five minutes. You could calculate what that will cost. Us expensive very expensive. Somebody pay for it. Even if it's worth it I don't think it's sad but when I search on Vanessa On on different service and ended up on Rib Anna Applied for becoming like a referral program. Because I wanted to test it and attested and I paid twenty four bucks for that and I don't think people will pay me for Vet Service but I wanted to test it and the result was wow astonished. I have to change a bit because we joked about Collins Scottish on kind of excellent and Sam I mean technical terms and so on but it was very spot dome and it was a nice and then he also search engine optimization. You could say it's it's good long post and now would go gillanders and also apple podcasts. Have his touch function. And you have these Startup in Sweden called wall ears. They could now listen a search for what you're saying so now I'm saying only years the way will find them themselves. So Ching on them so we will see more of these things that it will be related to what you're saying the content and powerful but then that was interesting lyceum dot FM. Lots of great podcasts. Out there in academic world. But I don't know about and they have great newsletters and so on and then I found the article about transcript and they had to be standpoint but that should be taken for granted but for people with certain needs or or they want to read at the same time. I've listened that that's good to have but on louder hand it's who should pay for it and the time full report caused it to make it right so Harrison. But you have a service. It's included in your. Could you tell a bit about that in your package? That right yeah so we tap into an API so we essentially used someone else's like they've developed the guy the I and the intelligence around that and we just take the podcast episode or the Polka step. Aside to them they rendered the transcript island. Shoot the text back to wells. We rented it out in the browser for the use. It and it's you know it's fairly accurate but like the finger about transcripts because we do like on on the client production side and stuff and we provide transcripts because it's kind of easier for us because will produce a polk for client and then we'll run it for transcripts software. We'll get the trump scripts from the transcript will do quite a few of things. Extract social quotes will so of used the transcript to pick out a highlight to make the audio grams will use to pick out the highlights to make any social videos that go alongside it so we actually got a lot of them will also provide it to the climate and say. This is the edited transcript. You can then use the blow priced so we find it as a company incredibly useful and I think most pope constantly finding new slow. 'cause you know there's a lot of different ways that it can provide value? I think the thing about transcripts they do end up being very time consuming. Which is something often overlook and until we started doing it for clients. I don't think we considered how time consuming actually is to do them and do the well because obviously his bits this copy. How but then you need to go through Fine Tooth and sort of an additive. Basically you a few hours to get transcript transcribed and Noah give you a curveball here because I have a co host. We talk about How to be productive and drinking tea at the same time? So it's calling Swedish productivity t to ease at fan sites made up word. It'd be joke playing with words on productivity and T. and there we tested teas from a notebook manufacturer in Berlin Wall Building Notebook. He got very he he we have into him on our international shows and he used that on his about page and I got so glad to see their hose guests on our show have it on their own site explaining what they are doing on this show. We are talking in Swedish with reviewing because he has started with. T. also it goes well with no taking high-quality from Japan. But he's interested to to learn what we are saying because we are talking Swedish of course in German and Swedish I. I could read a German Texans on. I've studied German and it has. It has similarities. But it could be hard for him to understand the Swedish but then I was thinking. Okay I will go through our report. Podcast episode again and write down as summary notes. But then I got like this fix idea. I want to see if it's any service out that and now I don't remember the name of it. But I search for Google like transcribing from Swedish to German or Swedish to English podcast episode and got all kinds of hits and then service but really doing that but when I got a reply and said it could cost a bit. I don't know I don't think barley notebook paver because I want to do it as a service but on vowed round. It would be nice to do that. So do you have any? They said that they could do it in any simpler way. I I still. I don't know what it will end up in. I don't have a budget for that but I wanted to see because this riffing that will find in the future thing with artistic. How did they ended Intelligence and yet would kind of things. the feature film. That'd be really interesting. Actually I hadn't really contemplated Vai Is will definitely see growth foreign language Polka so we were talking in the Green Room. I I grew up in Spain so I my Spanish is fluid. There's a lot of Spanish speakers out there. One word phrase owner service per for one year. That's five does that'll quite yet. But it's good that you're saying that because now I interrupted but you have. Lc escalator from Lipson the marketing social media initiative great and she has started podcast in Spanish. And it's huge market is completely untapped. The Spanish market german-language mock as wildlife is quite well-developed supposedly light producing German language content. You know this is the thing. This is often overlooked as like a kind of English speaker of a market. How how much desire this content in the native language? So yeah you know like Spanish. Language is a huge amount of Spanish language speakers over. The world's hyphen is this a tremendous opportunity to take focuses on language converted into another language Script or even the actual recording late. I mean that's you're not currently possible to do unless using ban I guess voice stuff. I think like I reckon if anyone's going to be able to do that descript will be the people to do it because I think they can't change voice Taiwan's with their i. So you can see interesting. Take your the I edit. The audio is really interesting because you edit the tax you trump aware doubt in their chops the I think they they they of. I'd be wouldn't be surprised if that even working on something like this because that'd be huge market and a huge win for any company if they could crack translating a podcast from one language to another fessing Israeli interesting to think about that. And I think we'll we'll see the hop napping some wealth well crack has some point so mike grape talking. Have you any anything you want to talk more about when it comes to podcast of? Co or matchmaker service or something else. I've haven't talked about TV at retro other Beverage Music Direction. I during A. Yeah I like I like a chocolate Chai tea. I tend to have a chocolate. T. In the evenings you gotta kind of chocolate hit but it's not to a highly caffeinated to stimulating. Do they have any special blend in mentioned because I know about Yorkshire Tea Visa Yorkshire Goals. That's yeah yeah. It's your goal visit. You have some similar about the Manchester. I you know I think Leagues is probably Manchester. Sounds like it sounds like it's a Lancashire I think Tetley's but I'd like if I'm drinking stunned. The the ball. I drink yoga gold. Because he's really good. I think it's a blend of Axum an an Y- breakfast tea. By figures the asam they ought to it that gives it kind of richness and very heavy it when we talk about interest how to I mean we have talked to in a way? It's not a problem but how to find other podcasts. And your interest in song and it was also when they reached out is pumping up and use of his called. Good Post I think is calling good could about that. Now I saw I'll check out. It's like the icon is like is headphones yeah over or vibrating. Or something like that. And he'd up on Twitter Dire Messenger and then I registered account veteran. I haven't looked too much into it but it looks interesting also off you could. Yeah you could recommend what you are listening and you could follow wins on again near the market will see. We'll play out work. Oh and but it it's fascinating what's lots of things happening. Yeah I think my recommendation stuff like I kind of just take a traditional approach to that kind of currently more off the KNAW. I get recommended something by someone else on archiving check out and then I'll probably start consuming. Get if I like it but yeah I think there's a lot of kind of potential around recommendation definitely a no one's no one's really cracked that like my thinking about music thing. Light weather y discover new music. I don't really discover new music through spotify. Thanks some sponsored by suggested me some artists that I've not heard of before am but more often than not the best way to discover new music for me is listening to the radio and having listening to a DJ. I really like so icky pop the DJ's on six music in the UK whenever plays whenever he does a show on six music guarantee to check out a most of the office that he's talking about. Because I went ahead of them okay. That's interesting that you have that Any other country. I mean the Gipper. Kinda music you like and I'm for free radar and I find it for that and here. We had stay tuned radio. And now it's you have commercial radio. I'm all for it. But he'd have been become pretty blend. I mean if the minority wants to listen to. I'm all fine with but I don't listen to it. So when you have to find ways like personal recommendation but there you had apple search and also the allegory. So I got suggested by because I like electronic in on Games nights but I've interviewed on my show and that was funny and how we reached out and then we became friends on facebook and then we had to podcast episode and I watched varying concert so but as I said sometimes it could be hit me. Sollozzo figures back in the day it was you went to record store and and the went through vinyl and somebody behind the disk. Gave you a recommendation? But I'm on say all things are good in that way warm. Yeah and I think it's hard for algorithms to unite. Multiple water is about something that you know they like which is why I kind of old school recommendation still works. I agree with you that it's fascinating to see what what will happen in the future. So any future plans for podcast See You and also if you want you can talk about And hear about the radio fingers because I like to listen to radio I listen to the radio station called read you Happy Happy Music Radio or radio. Dismiss Sukh and it's a guy who collects seventy eight rounds or how bullet the older and stone not vinyl. But yeah the big play. Music from if Twenties and thirties too happy music my father-in-law's lights the the. Yeah so we yeah. We'VE RADIO DOT COM THE RADIO DOT COM Radio Cayo Podcast are kyle. Matchmaker taken on board a lot of new users. Since the beginning of this lockdown scenario sites like like on radio particular we've tripled the kind of listening numbers said the stations that we broke They've got on average free full times as many listeners. Now than they did two months ago the May name for radio. Dhaka this service to try and so out licensing. Full the stations because we've never traditionally been a destination for listening to radio is tools fest stations to broadcast down. But I think we'll see we'll see hopefully will crack licensing a mobile to solve help molestations without we've seen some interesting people on this big as which is a restaurant chain in the UK. They've signed up in great station for that to that stance to keep us engaged when the high but then they've been rolled out causes the most and we've had the health department of Australia. Sign up and create a station to distribute information to the Australian public. I'm interesting because you know becky today. didn't starbucks have their own like radio playlist or something like that. That's right. They did it by records. So we see we sing quite Krylov. Brands and companies and countries government departments using it like But will keep a focus on trying to salt licensing in terms of We're going to continue building out the features sat. I think you know what we really want to try. And do. Imminently is to get some form of Dynamic session sorted out for people so people can do live reads and then we can accurately report on those numbers for them. So we're going to be doing rock on the whole cast stats stunned. The account remember I bay. We're going to be doing. We're going to be focusing on getting I obey certificate on getting dynamic insertion and On training small the tools that will help hope Costas and we've matchmaker is very early days as any a few months. Old The general pushes to just keep trying to help. Customers and guests can act and I think we finding that we've got a really good product market fit. So what we just need to do is try and widen the nets in terms of people being aware of service and that stuff kind of public the General Frost of what we're going to be doing over the course of this year. Obviously this year how she had pounds out is is anyone's gas railing Had you planned to be on? We had Planned to do How an uncomfortable or potluck conference? First one on podcasting hearing Timberg Sweden and we planned for March but we we had to postpone with and I know spotify in Com had planned to put cost summit. And you know south by southwest in America we're GonNa Beguin's yet and will saw. I look forward to one vets in May of outliers. Podcast they were will be the virtual summit and validate was Palo. And so have you. Have you been that as a company representative on different like conferences or events or meet up? So yeah yeah we do stuff like that quite often. We did the radio days in Copenhagen recently especially going to south by South West but has been counseled in Copenhagen. That's interesting yeah. Radio as the center for podcasting had a stage at radio days conference into that much to We would like. I said we were supposed to go to south by southwest with Polka docker matchmaker but has been canceled. I think some of his gonNA naturally move online then forward. We'll just do some of this type of stuff online more and more but I always spent will need kind of physical connections as well so I think they'll be place for both things. So thanks Mike for our show is an Angel Ping You have to then. Also now we know what where to go. Podcasts DOT CO could repeat it than the places where they could find you own the interwebs. Yeah podcast style or matchmaker dot. Fm IF YOU WANNA use either of the products you want to speak to me personally. I'm on twitter at Mr Console. Live Simon Senate Being Sicilian C. U. N. for November S for Suga Oscar Alphabet Hostages citing. Not because people can never and Mr Consolo on if you Google Mike Inside You will you'll find me. Just Click on those ladies and you can shot seem at all you can drop in the amount of Mica Paul Cosstalk and ask me any poke astray questions that people have if people want advice about anything about Totally fine I'm open to doing the Krylov experience kind of in audio and these kind of things until building audience disarm to so give people advice on marketing strategy type stuff if they have a wanted so yeah just reach out to me if he won't say subsidy fine. Thanks so much Mike in do talk to you soon again. Great thank you own

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Transfer Window Shrinking

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00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Transfer Window Shrinking

"Woke means the latest addition <hes> the e._s._p._n. Dan thomas shack his and stevie nikko. We also welcome as julianne laurent to the show and as is tradition it seems julianne is only starts with a name interesting stuff coming out from jodi cog donna on the fossil and a board saying name is he's not happy at his team. That is the situation that has to be resolved in paris today. At this time we roll around around that he can join boston. If one day there is a name our case we will talk. Joel's standing parents is not going to barcelona. No that would be far too simple nikolai too easy done so this is maybe the truth of today and that's what cardona had to say the truth of tomorrow tomorrow and the days after we'll be different. Maybe the saiga thing really remembers on until the thirty first of august even the first of september because they really wants wants to leave and really wants to go back to the bathroom and really want him to go as well to leave because he doesn't want to be there and ambassador now. They have to find a way somehow of sending a decent offer to g to try to get name on bike. You've that's really what they want to not be. D._v._d.'s and the woman emma who trained today in pirate and look happy with his teammates and with the whole human onto raji father still confident that can happen with barcelona jules speculation meanwhile in some of the press. I've seen that you've offered name all alone madrid something. The president perez is keen to see <unk> happen. It's not so much wants pulled pork by the whole he wants. He doesn't want he doesn't want anyone else. You won't i pulled pork bar. If frontino products there's an bringing pug bob signed name instead. I'm not sure will be very happy with with the president and he rightly we saw because like he's been saying it doesn't it doesn't need name right now. There's a one name either going forwards. He's got plenty of options on the on the left in the center as as well and and really why needs is another midfielder or maybe even two if you donovan the bake will happen as well and by sunny the priority for sedan not name amo. We'll move the needle on this choice who all make it get done p._s._e. Are trying to play games by saying tabatha listen. You know he's is yours if you want him. Give us a good of this has to be sorted out between between nine and the solve the season in france for example which is next weekend or maybe the following weekend and i think they would be happy if he was to go. You know later in the month because like we said he wants to leave and they don't want him to stay because he doesn't want want to be that however they also need to think about replacement if if he wants to go so i d g they keep talking to botswana's awesome high if they get rid of continue of rocky teach and bring more plays into into the club then we'll be able to make this offer at the moment nothing is moving and if he stays nemo we'll have to remain peres meanwhile it looks like develop is remaining inch terrain and lukaku in manchester for the moment. This is how big toll wasn't it. Last week and reporters suggesting was very close to being done this swap d._o. However over the last twenty four hours solstice the same pretty much well. It's off the table. It's not happening yeah and i mean people in manchester saw blaming an agent for wanting too much money and asking asking for exorbitant wages and and you know and commissions and stuff like that but let's not forget here that politics would have to go from eventers too much to the united. She's not really the most appealing of transfers. Let's be honest and the most attractive or transfer no champions league now a team that would compete for the title by any stretch of the imagination either and you know and and they they expect yeah yeah i would love to come and just why don't you pay me even less than event is either he wants he wants money and he wants united to to make a more attractive offer to him than what they've been doing so far so i don't think you can really blaming for trying to get more money and trying to make that move and be more attractive just point it doesn't they. In the sense that manchester united don't hold the sort of peo. Maybe they did in the past. However if you're palo davala twenty six years of age looking to make a statement is not manchester united good place to do it. I don't believe so you know he's for me. In the last particularly two seasons he's lost the he's lost the name and and what people run the world of him because he hasn't produced and so if he's going to go and and make an interim self again he has to go somewhere where he's gonna get the ball where he's gonna get a chance to create and school goals and right now you don't see anybody manchester united been able to do aw heading the ball and i'm sure he's actually capable of so why would he put his chance. Maybe his last chance on the line go into a shade aid but he's not quite sure he's going to get the ball. So where does this leave. Roman lukarco jules paquin as favorites. Yes i think so content who simcoe optimistic on sunday after the game into play the spurs that maybe the could could happen. I think there was there was a time where people i thought that he was gonna go to you've enters into could forget about him. The fight that dibella now that he's not moving to manchester from from from us to to to you look can happen now. It's all so into seems to be really the only klebb nah able to afford him way would actually want to go as well and with the manager in onto continues really keen on the player and probably to be fair to lukaku. I think he would fit kunti an interstellar football far more than sarah new ventures. I still and picture in my head our luke kuhn sarah would have got on together event so personally. I think it would be a much better than you would have been. You spoke about poor pauper per before we were in this weird world. Aren't we now with the way in which the transfer window works thursday it closes in the premier league which means that no premier league side and and then add to their squad after that deadline however players can leave and go to other lease come as you mentioned before that league closed until the end of the month but surely if you just unite and if any deal is going to get done to see paul poke believe it would mean you'd want it done by thursday because at least then you'd have the chance to spend that pump the money yeah you're right and hopefully for united and whoever is in charge over there of the transfers whether i would've maybe whoever let's hope for them that they have a plan in place as well just in case madrid arrive with bigger and better than the one they've just made with the twenty seven or thirty million euros plus homage would regain which obviously was turned down but if they can come up with something better than that and bigger than that then united would have a plan in place already to go again midfielder maybe to go and get the talking player or maybe another defender to spend a bit of that book by money however if that doesn't happen before thursday then you struggle to see united being okay of leading pokemon go to madrid without being able to replace him or at least to spend the money on other players. What a mess. Why doesn't that time is another show i suppose but with donning paul paul how much of a coup is it for manchester united nineteen if they keep him this poor poor but will continue to give his absolute best for for manchester united if these as much as he wants to go he doesn't impress me as a kind of personal the kind of player who through all his toys to the prom who won't try her show on manchester united he give as he always has a lot of season. We say public giving one hundred percent in every match listen to wasn't great but i don't think that's poor pub. Being you know as a sabe being upset with club or throwing some kind of on field protests is just wasn't playing that well if he's been seated totally shot he if you think poll pole was not bothered why would we found in at the end of the season front who strapped for trying to argue and plead with them that tells you he's bald and yes. It wasn't wasn't always great but i'll tell you what not once that i ever think it wasn't dry and that's good the blue half of manchester and talk about the future of leroy santa of course picked up a knock during the community shield final came off after just nine minutes. We'll this stifled binds attempt to try and get immature gills it depends on the seriousness and the gravity of the injury of the knee and the ligaments for example would be out for six to eight months or something. They're not going to spend one hundred million euros on him clear and we all we all know that however if like cities seem to think it's not too serious and we don't have the latest updates on the the the text is today and it's not they're not think the movie certainly on he. He wants to go back home. He wants to go to buy munich. They really need him. The need to strengthen their squad as well especially those wide attacking area so it makes sense for everyone and city will get an amazing deal for leroy sunny to get one hundred million heroes for him money that again before thursday and again you would think that cuba garish done in the team over there have something in place to spend that money and replace him that would go through and then everyone would be happy by munich sunny and much of the city being quiet for city so far this summer obviously boards in rhodri. They've now added can selo as well to the ranks thinks making the switch from events the city you've got done. Hilo resume hasn't done much going the other way. We'll consult will be first choice. Joel's i still think the car walker would be your first choice does obviously the option to blame us tobacco in england lynn if pep decided one day to go through the bike for example and then you can play consolo who so good going forward and such a cross of the ball in a be more of a position in which a bit higher on the pitch which is better probably consolo is just to grow version. One really struggling with is how you've entered a happy with that. Did i just don't just don't get it how you can lose conceal. Get that neto on a little bit of with it and still being being happy because i consider we'll be the perfect robot for my so. Sorry sorry wants to play next season with you. Venter's just quickly cleese david kara walker. Has he done enough. Do you think guardiola since he's joined from spurs for that big fierce yeah absolutely a listen to spend fifty million on them depends better talk. Walker has made that defense better as we mentioned. Thursday is the deadline further transfers in the primarily. That's the last thing which they can answer their squads. I'll transfer talk is line is being very very busy. Then over the next few days. Check it out over on the website and now i fought from geico aiko motorcycle. It took fifteen minutes to take a spirit animal quiz online. Please be cheeto the cheetah and learn your animal. Animal isn't the cheetah but the far less appealing blob fish <hes> come on glad insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen blob official minutes to switch your motorcycle insurance. Geico geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance. Karen maguire officially presented today as the latest addition to the manchester united squad son contrat along side. Are they going to social status. I on cicis was made official. He's he's upset about that. They needed you know somebody who's gonna lead that late. Somebody's going to be vocal. Somebody who can actually play you cannot do that. He's not million but the fact is. He mixed them so much better defensively. It has to be one of the most expensive defender of all time and listen. It's just what the golden as you know. Certainly i wouldn't say he's the best defended of all time next to the golden age eighty million and monchy aided the needed bodily and it's a premium premium. They have to pay yes because of the situation meanwhile yesterday of course we saw the community shield stevie went ahead breakdown liverpool's defeat on penalties to taste. Why not i'll tell you why i'm lost because because the result in this game for me is not what of what you know when you're going through preseason as a player or coach you the idea was to stop slowly and make sure by the time you <unk> game that you ready yes and it's not always straightforward and it hasn't been for liverpool because in some games who've been questioning but this game against city absolutely other percents tells me that the ready to go the way they particularly in the second half played the way that we know livable because the ball didn't let position put them under severe pressure. That's the liverpool that we saw last year and to be able to see that seven days before the season starts is grit for a little fun but for your club. I'm sure he's well pleased to see that. The one negative you did mention to me was once again the goal coming from the far side from apple's perspective with alexander on. I think i think if you look at the goals of liverpool loser comes down that shade and the husky questions over the not just the partnership that i think it will be stocked with which will be mighty and alexander ronald. It's job because i need my. I need my sent back to tell me when i'm full but i need to push me around a little and so help me with my physician because alexander ronald she'll she'll. I'm not so sure that mighty can do and i think that's why sometimes alexander arnold donald gets positioned defensively liverpool legend slams alexander says he asked to be up to learn that we'll be talking about. We're gonna later on as always you can check extra time which is available on youtube channel plenty of content over <hes> for you to enjoy favorites to win the premier league. The book is we've. They've got it pretty much. There's a two-horse race city on liverpool. Then thirty five big jump men to spurs third favorite's fifteen two one chelsea then twenty five to one makes them the favorites to finish in four united and arsenal coming in fifteenth time. Isn't it really of the year for some predictions steve. Oh ooh okay. Stephen has got manchester united finishing fourth. I'll tell you what we do. Everybody's prediction and then we'll talk about the particular points that have been made so our top scorer player of the year sixty to win the title also to finish ahead of chelsea <hes>. Let's take a look at what shocker has said. He is also got city winning the league as well liverpool runner-up spurs. He's also united in the top for our cia exactly the same isn't it when you're gonna go arrow as top scorer as opposed to sada. Let's see if jill's mixed up slightly has indeed he's got oh my goodness jewels liverpool winning it city second his beloved arsenal a third spurs fall off chelsea faith and his anti united way's safe harry kane top goalscorer banados silva. They signed and to make it through as a player of the year. Okay joe is my prediction as well as liverpool's spurs chelsea four united faith in in safe harry. Kane top score came to bring you. Shed was a one season. Wonder exactly have lately gone on this thing. <hes> wish i wanna start with joel saying that liverpool staffing to win the league is there year surely they've grown so much squads with club as a manager adjourn in the last two years. They came so close last year in the league it would be thirty years since the last title as we know come next may and i really believe now the they in the right place. Everything like i said the way they've built their squad. The weather star football the mentality that will have after everything they went through last year in the league and being so close. I really believe with thirty years of course since steve. Nicol was helping them win the tide so but you don't think they're going to do it listen. I was trying to come up with an argument. Why in the space of the summer liverpool the pull of gotten ahead of manchester city gills argument that now is that time well other than digital raw got phelan as kane and don't go on raw got feelings i mean the truth is out liverpool better today than they were in the last season and they will run. I'm not sure they are there. Are the only argument i had to. Figura was as losing company. Does that make the difference between liverpool being better than city but until i see a game right i can't i can't on rhodesia. Yes and that's why. I've got city just ahead of liverpool. There's a man who knows about rule. Gut feelings joel's roles. Can you discuss why you fail basically that as we said pick names in over the summer listen. I think to start with winning. Three titles in a row is almost mission impossible. Only solace ferguson donate twice. Okay is the only one hundred hundred and twenty six years of english football history to have done it. I don't think guada- much the city will do it. At some point this season champions league will take over the focus will take over there the ambition and the motivation because that's the one whether or not the one the owners and a lot of people at the club clip want to win and i think that we're masuda shift last year didn't happen. I think the shift this year of city and the champions league and liverpool in the league more than the other around and will be there and like i said i really think that for everything liverpool and club learn from la season all that disappointment in the league the only defeat and yet come one point show. I really believe that does make them a better squad better team. What are you send your city. This is going to one point is going to be closed last. It'd be close by this one point or not well. We have to wait to see i. I think there's an to steve's point. It's not a good starting. Nothing position for liverpool where you are your who is in somebody else has player leaving your who city liverpool being better as that company pretty has left manchester city. That's not where you want to be in charge of your own destiny. I just don't think liverpool of done that and the one thing that i- city have done spend a big biller squad to win the title over the last couple of seasons even though they haven't spent the kind of money that we'd normally associated with them. They've added one or two pieces orbit for lots of money and just fresh out squad this time you haven't seen liverpool even that out to the depth of their squad and i just feel that that could come back to hone them so much went well for them last year as as julian rightly points out one defeat yes elite force short. You just don't see that happening again. If you look look at my pigs kevin debris was my player of the year now that's a play that the didn't how last year because he was just so engineer plagued so yes the bush company with also gained kevin the broin up he would walk into any say in the world so we all agree that the first two will be city and liverpool disagreement of course over the order and then he gets a bit interesting arsenal finishing third julianne moore on. I really believe in the in the like young a true franz. I think they're going to strengthen the defences where with the center by between nine thursday and i like the civil signing for example. I like the energy that it would be in that team. I think that would be better equipped away from home. Which is really what led them down. There were thirds in terms of points a home after liverpool and city but only eight away from home because i don't think that the tool for example to play on the council in many of those games theme we've peppy obama young and like especially should we pay pay. They've added to try to be better where from whom i think the defense is obviously always the department where the heart to be stronger and i believe that they they will they will sign at least one defender between nine thursday to be a bit better defensively but yeah i believe i believe in them and i'm ready to finish that i love the we shoulders peppy obama yang in luck yeah unfortunately even mentioned socrates matafi on jimbo's as good as upfront fee was chilean bodies the bike three and that's why i've actually got money united ahead arsenal in fourth both place because it had gone out after losing fifty four goals last year gone and bought one misako who is a real defender and the mcguire. Who's a real real defender. You stick the hair behind them as well. No united luke pray solid defensively where does arsenal goodness what an absolute shambles and we can see well. The thing goes shane. Somebody who they gonna shine this actually going to make such a difference. That's why i don't have them to four. I think also better than they were last season. I think they mean score more goals and keeping my exactly how many dischord last year but i don't think i don't think i am addressing the issues very poor the back that that remains and then for me also the biggest issue is when things get tough. They don't have leadership. They don't have any metal new show that fourth place this lose last season on somehow they contracted to do exactly that that's a lack of leadership lack of any real spying bryant signed somebody between no one thursday. Don't see them addressing that significantly enough time chose about why things mentioned innovation safe maybe later on in the week just reminding download our daily podcast which is available on the website. We talked offs week but we found a lot of tweets. Dr incident you save. He is and that you would read this moscow fire. Walk mark sable through some thirty some beans we any sort of the baked beans yeah any pretty much. Yeah i mean we should probably just confirms either someone purchase off that was a shepherd's pie. That's a me by surprise goodbye. You're welcome into extra-time. Thank you very much feel tweets. Do you think they should be more time. In between the end of the preseason. The start in the premier league league season crop has recently complained about the short amount of time huckabee was actually not a problem. I'm with when the season ends and the season begins right. It's unfortunate the international tournaments and in the middle of it so it's not really when the season he's been funny. She's installed all the nonsense that goes on june in the middle of the summer when the players can't get a break who is student excited is it about the most ac- play the premier league they hadn't even listened to the spurs all nicholas pepe for arsenal and both uconn you choose. You choose easily enough. Come on i'll happy yeah. Ah frank was very excited about when he was on frank leboeuf to junior out. They're going to win the league school a goal because you're going to lose a goal which goes seventy-three only six liverpool scored more right or you're going to choose tools <hes> <hes> because i want to see him with obama young and like i said ed's but i also want to see the million i i much. Nobody can can hold his ground in the big matches against the other. Big powerhouses is in the paula tissue banks. Yeah i love the most stressful person to watch gang with the president. Who's laughing when liverpool plan plan. Everybody is all right and you're the teams t._v.'s all right with any other team. Everybody's okay with all now. It's interesting because someone on this panel is normally very calm. However when it comes to turn on tobago's explains the only time i've ever seen you really spike what you're trying to suggest that then you do a commentary once the <hes> involved refuse to speak in the second half pretty much yeah we will lose him. Bodily used to produce produce. Something moved seriously. It became by the u._s. They've never had me back sits below. What's that okay. <hes> chose really about peers. We'll check with n._p._r. Thing yeah wow especially especially the big cheese we ended losing badly usually so yeah at least happens once in a live to our white none. No thank you for having me thank you evanson awards more likely to take a shot at tops six shack and if they all top six what top sixteen currently is out. There's a lot of top sakes. I'm going to go wolves must because i thought they made a decent run last year. A <hes> change it for them and poodle have chelsea finishing six right now. I want to miss out. It's going to be justin optic concussion with my landlord friend over here. Oh yeah i i can well considering. We actually don't know what we're gonna. Get from really man for that reason alone you comfort them here the world because we know he's getting from moves open attack football bowl fun eagles but i can't see that right now but ever joe's everton i think the signings that they've made some some again after all the money they invested last summer is a huge statement from mukasey lavar. He's the manager and find the right formula. We those new players especially. I think they would be very solid and very hard to beat and i think we'd have a good girl at that top. Six finish voice which i think clinging europe as well for awards might be a bit too much for them to to play no competition final question. You're excited for the return of craig burley tomorrow to his humble and i am imagine all all that forty five. This is a busy. Are you yeah ah last night we had a good run digital fosters well. It's going to be so by they tend. He'll be here since twelve so he'll be ready. Recommend down yeah arrive at five to four. Tomorrow's uh-huh stand who else e._s._p._n. A._f._c. is back on the australian samara with the return and of craig burley this as not bothered by anything. That's happening happened.

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Episode #1009: Israeli Music for Kids, Tweens and Teens

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Episode #1009: Israeli Music for Kids, Tweens and Teens

"Bugging now good. Go ahead The album uh-huh I'm back the in Tokyo. Lived must The yeah it's not. Just Josh Rosen. Today I am joined by the Schroen Kins- Let's give yourselves. Our studio is full of children for our huggy. Got Sheera Ula Diem. And let's see now. We haven't done this in a while. We did this many years ago when our children were much smaller now they are much bigger and so the whole nature of this radio program will change in addition to the music. We'll play but first let's get to know everybody so starting with Moravian. I'm ravenous this year. Hello May Rob. She's videoing and we've been blessed with five children and we're going to introduce ourselves so starting with my oldest and how old are you. I'm nineteen and you just came off of a year in Israel. Yeah it was amazing. Greatest Year of your life. Yeah for sure all right. Well we'll talk more about that coming up next The next down in line. Hi I'm Dr D Voire Deed. How old are you ecksteen? Sixteen years old and so you just came off of a summer in Israel was amazing. What were you doing there? I was on a program called the Bessemer of my life. Best some of your life love it. We'll talk more about that in your experience is moving on down the line. WHO's next mayor? Avid tried to videotape has just knocked over stool. Yes who's next high Seila. Sheila how are you and what was the last time you were in the land of Israel. I was just there for pest off for Pessoa all right and you have a strong connection to lend of Israel what were you. What did you do this summer? This summer I went to Camp Stone Capstone whereas that it's in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Okay and loved it. Yeah okay come moving on next down the line. Hello I'M EJ AJ. How old are you? I'm eleven years old all right at eleven years old. And what did you do with your summer stone capstone as well very very nice. That's great I'm glad you loved it and finally who's next. Hi I'm toby toby. How are you good? How old are you sick six years old? And what did you do this summer. I went camping and it was a great a great summer. All right these kids are going to and Mehran can't have. How old are you nine? Twenty nine good answer. We are all ready to play an hour of amazing kids. Music for you and our kids would love some Fan Mel L. Sill. Please call us if you want the number anybody remember the number. It's been a while seven three two nine okay with such trepidation and then I get it right. The facebook addressed anybody know facebook dot com slash Israel. Our we're on instagram. Ramat Israel our radio because that's all the kids are using these days and we can be reached on what's APP at seven three two eight four four nine seven seven eight. We're going to be playing an hour of music and hearing from our children playing their favourite songs for kids for tweens and fourteen go faced. Well we'll get you in just a minute. Did I don't even know what we have coming up next. But let's hear it. Yeah the the the onus late Michael Sean Sean I mean and then being it took Denise Di da yet that I don't dictating the Mitch. We should not own may be smart in the Japan. I don't know shoo shoo. You move your Lord the we know something uh-huh this is the best of your life. Wow that's pretty impressive seeing my dad talking. Okay it's Israel. Our radio unpredictable. We don't know what's going to happen next because because we have five children in the studio and may rob and Josh still crazy. They are pretty crazy. Ridiculous aren't they. I know it says the craziest of the bunch and I'm always mad so okay. Okay thank you toby. It's Israel our radio with me Ravin Josh and the shrine pins and can you work with. Toby announced the songs we just played. What's wrong did we just hear? Remember we talked about it. We just played LVN coney. Then we had Eric Anchin Gilbert Salim. Then this is the same problem we always had your hands Sorry that was going out to Bonnie on facebook but actually Bonnie's husband requested team Salim. Thank you you can send in your requests at facebook dot com slash. Isn't that's the phone. It is a great song. Yes and the before that one of my favorites Barbara. Ivo Sip Chevy okay. It's Israel our radio and the shrunken thrown kipnes here have all had great summers Seila and Aj went to Zion this camp and her lots of Israeli Music Simkin just came back from a year of study it. Israel came back from summer in Israel so we have really connected. I just came back from camp which you didn't say right camp cash out here in New Jersey. That's right and rame that's true cash it doesn't mean rainbow very good. We're not GONNA get a word in there. The whole show is going to turn over the microphone. Toby and everything will be good Seila. I wanted to start with you because we've asked each of these kids to come up with a song to that. They really like that. They'd like to play. Yes we used to play for our cocky Korea deem really kid kid friendly music and now our kids are grown up a little so we have their tastes have changed and they like different things so see. I forgot to ask you how old old you are thirteen. Thirteen almost fourteen and you request the first song. We're going to play for you guys. What was it? It was boss of Allah by the Barzilai Neta bars. Eli Why why. Why that song? What does that song do for you? Well I loved it when she won Eurovision with the song toy and and then camp when my favorite songs that they would play was Bossa Baba so it really got to me sounds great so announce it. Let's go talk it up. Go for it well right now. We're GONNA play boss. A Baba by Neta bars. Eli on Israel. Our Radio on Israel our radio UH-HUH ISRAEL OUR RADIO GOING OUT TO SEA LA fourteen. Thirteen year old St. Let's needs a bars. Eli Bossa Saba. Got Your your Ledeen for all the plays Jabra Jabra Young. I'm getting there just a minute. Just a minute all right so we're playing all the songs that the kids requested and toby is six years old. It's now your turn. What Song would you like to hear? Zebra okay so Mayorov. Can you clarify that. Yes so as everyone out. There knows my favorite band is machine. A a lot kids. Thanks a lot for helping out so this year when my six year old came home and wanted to sing a song that he learned in school with his teacher. Who was your teacher? More terrorism more yet al L.. Shout out to monitor. As an English teacher sport he leads. They taught him fantastic. Song called me Odom Dove Allama Azazel Novitiate PM. And so. You could just imagine how excited I was to share with him. My machine of version of that song so we bombed he okay John Jumped take the and it's all uh-huh In Gem Yeah John The the Dow be not. Yeah aw aw aw the law In Israel our radio toby. Did you enjoy that song. Yes hell it was my. Here's here's play. Did I know I know we have video of you dancing. We'll post it on facebook dot com slash Israel lower. But it was a nice song I liked but now is this is what we have to live through it wholesome. So let's let's let's stop talking to him him. What did you call thank you toby James Training? Okay let's move onto. Aj Yeah Okay. WE'RE GONNA turn off your microphone. Let's go to ha now AJ. I asked you to come up with a song and I want you to tell me what song it is. Ah Yes and I think this was the song for everybody in the family correct Sure I mean you don't and you didn't hear it all over Israel this year now. Oh well then excuse me while the rest of US seem to know pretty well and ag why the song. Why did you choose this song? Because in camp we learnt a dense who it and I really liked the song. Okay and do you think you can do that. Dance for us Not on the radio but on video post I love I love Adrien. Okay good please. So we're going to play that right now on on on the radio and stay tuned to facebook and instagram for the exciting video of shrunk ins dancing the dance or seven acne iota any other final words to about it. It'd be definitely does have some. He he has some what was the final words. Yes he does always does music all right put it on put it on. Aw I love him. uh-huh I love this song. It is Israel our radio our Kagi gottschee array. What the last eight days? Well may have Max appreciate says. Toby's maximum Germany said we have a DJ in training and his name is toby and he's learned. Well I don't know if everybody else agrees. Do you guys agree. No no I don't think so especially sure because we're GONNA turn you down for a little while and we're going to move on Simcoe Zimba. Tell us what we've heard lately on Israel Radio all right so we just heard Teasha back car by Gozo's before that was shoved right before that we heard me. Oh Damn am I do have Allama by Messina. And before that requested by Ceelo we heard Bosseaux Baba by Neta and guzzles was going out to Erica in New York. Who is listening livens Consolo time and money all right so we used to do this on an annual basis? It's been a while because you know the kids weren't so into it for a while as they get older and we love but we stopped doing for a little while one of the last last time we did it was in two thousand nine and at the time. Let's see ten years ago so simply you would have been nine nine six. Aj Jay CEELO was three and four and toby was not around at the time and We had you all sing somewhere over the Rainbow Rainbow in English. It's on Youtube. But I thought I would play a little snippets you can all cringe and see what you sounded like. Check this out. Hey One yeah I In August in two thousand nine it was still cover and Seila singing somewhere over there in my mind. That's true. Did you all like sacks. Yeah I wasn't seeing more sad memories j you missed time so you can have a solo now. No not no no no no no I think we should be. Yeah okay. I want to thank everybody. WHO's tuned in all around the world and some of you have told me we might be having some audio problems with southern music? I Apologize Watch for the PODCAST will do some serious editing and get it out there to the world hopefully by tomorrow. Okay the next next song we want to put out there as a family song a song for the whole family that we all love and can't get enough of its by TC Vashem Ish and what's it called. Guys hotseat Steve. I know the song is called. Hi Hi I'm why do we. Why do we love it so much? Because he's abandon a great song and we love we love it. We should sing sing along. It goes if we all had headphones bag I was. We have shot. Show sleep It May uh-huh uh-huh verb take a title blamed if Camila hello Israel. Our radio HUGGY got cheerio. Ledeen I apologize for the audio problems. We're not one hundred percent. Sure what's going on Thanks to to bill from Somerset for giving me a call and let me know that we're having some issues. We'll see what we can do. Also let me say hello to a whole bunch of people who are tuned in. That's a Max from Germany Germany and L. E. from Israel. Your uncle Elliot's listening in Israel. That's Great Allie. MOESHA's listening Boston. Andy is in Buffalo. Ellen is in Florida Did I get you on the. Yeah I think I did and I everyone bunch more people out on guys. Thanks for listening. Thank you for tuning in. We really do appreciate it. Seila what songs that we heard heard lately. So we've just heard Choubey dooby by Ha si ma io and right before that we listen to Toby's personal favourite favorite show. Hot Take for she. She's in a bad mood because we elder them for touching the microphone too much. Yeah yeah no no around here all right simply. I think it's your turn. It's your turn to pick a song. Let us know what you want to hear. Well I just want to say a Before when we were playing a song yes we had. We got a caller and we're all very excited and it turned out that it was. Aj in the studio with US playing a little prank on us to pretend take a caller so that we have fans fan so we love to hear from you guys seven three two nine three to eighty eight hundred thank you and yes oh next door playing Omer Adam for you right and why are we playing that song so I was in Kemp. Some a few weeks ago I went to Camp for kids with cancer and they have like an Israeli division there and they're all upset and they were always blasting the song like the speakers speakers on everything so that's what I heard it and it's a good song so we'll play it for all you guys listening to request all right so we got him mm-hmm come on the as a cameraman or more Zion. Dope Mahatma stom- Tom Dot vote Kamakura Alcohol Valley coys Amateur Guy But whole amount shutting out just so why leaked off indeed. I clicked off the the league. It has this. AWW shuck key Montauk folkman how she can watch that that bug shoot boy this guy some Guy Dean I on off leaked this missile by Roy. The League you you got a team Miami thrash because boosting byline Bush looking in Manhattan Mafia lopate show they museum in Gumma Anaconda caution cousin Shaquille their shit corker. Mahone Homage Machine Schumer Kabuga Yard who've our family movie. I'm in your go the Team Betsy show again. You're in Chicago Hello Name. You annual has Scotty animal share what. I don't remember who Larry Mommy. I need sorry. Latin team shock jock China. My Chair Off All go by man now close the man Afshari Mazer infrared. Second Machel Shoe Mush data. Dan You my Bisham. Only two highly back has a team. I'm I'm asking Yarosh. Malvo honey mayhem Lama. Do they know cash flow. You're telling me you're telling me thank goodness macbook Gopher Ban Mana China. Okay is Israel our radio okay. It is Israel our radio and you're listening to our huggy got your Ayla deem a mix mix of songs for children and I'm so glad songs requested by our children and we're so glad that you're tuned into Israel our radio. I'm going to tell us what songs we've heard. So we just heard me Copeba Nano by our Einstein. My mom wants me to say Israeli accent. But I can't really do that. And before that we heard heard snohomish Agai by Omaha request by we have a few Michou game here in the studio today. Acting like ten yeah right Uh thank you all so much. You're tuning in. We really do appreciate it. Let's see whose turn is it to choose a song nine. Okay go for it. What do you have coming up? We're about to play Hav by static and have been boring right. It's just one of my personal favorite Israeli songs. Love singing along to uh-huh we know all the words and seal a you also requested the song. Right thank you. I love listening to Stockton but Altuva Lori. They're one of my favorite band and he's Madigan. You went to see him in concert didn't you. Yeah with you all right. That was a great show in Queens. And you can nearby. Maybe maybe yeah so the song go for it here. We have a hobby by static Jodi s really must hookah. Kyle a guessing it out Davel AH AT THAT MR missing. The they include the baby. The yeah you must show the move the head of the in the take the call. It's a long Lorde sir. DONNA KERALA DOT COM gum chocolate John Shaw the shot. Shotgun Donny. Shot I shot I shot a shoddy KONJAC shot a shot don shot that may have shown. Shy Shaw Aw. Gel Rookie. New shows the Oranje Nassau Schaumburg Ronnie. You're aw shallow shallow shall shaw it. We had to get that song in because What was that? Aj Shalom Kita olive by not Diane. Until you look great are you going into Kita laugh to Frisch grade. I was very excited. All right guys. We're just about out of time. We're going to play one more song requested by all of you. Kobe parents before that. I WanNa thank you all for coming. You guys are. Yeah Watch for the podcast tomorrow. We'll be back next Sunday without all the kids. Some I'm sorry guys wait till next year so thank you one more time some car. Aj Toby last Manali Elise thank you all. Thanks thanks for doing video. We'll see next week. I'll top secret last year. He we need full. I imagine Kimmy the Eh not long John. I see go the summit. Yeah Doc Eh God they make me what. I did the summit

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GSMC Book Review Podcast Episode 137: Young Adult and Memoir

GSMC Book Review Podcast

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GSMC Book Review Podcast Episode 137: Young Adult and Memoir

"The big wireless companies June, outdated, planning, long-term contracts and mystery. Simple mobile different. You get a lightning-fast twenty LT niche wide network with no on-track tes. The phone number. You loved so text the word. One one six hundred one to Steve your phone is compatible with the old in with. Center. Text message and data rates may apply based on your mobile phone service. They're always a privacy policy dot com slash privacy policy. Terms and conditions dot com slash terms conditions. Welcome to the Golden State media concepts book review podcast. I'm your host, Sarah. And I am a bookworm to my core. I was thinking this morning about high school. And I don't know don't ask me why. Because I really have noticed sire to go back to high school. But for some reason, I was thinking about high school and what I would take with me to each class. I would always have a stack and that stack would consist of the folder and the notebook required for that class the textbook required for that class and a library book. And of course, it always have a pen or a pencil, but that didn't fit into the nice rectangular stacked by size pile. So I'd have my stack and I'd haul these things to the class, but I would never go anywhere without that book, usually it was a library book. Sometimes it was a personal book. And then during those first few minutes of class when everyone was still settling in and the teacher hadn't started yet. I was usually reading and anytime during class if we had any kind of. Moment. I was usually reading and I think I was remembering this because. Well, I no longer carry a stack of notebooks and books with me. I do always still have a book wherever I go. I was dragged kicking and screaming into the digital era by my husband when he gave me a kindle for my for Christmas a few years ago. But in some ways, it really is kind of nice because I always have a book on the kindle app on my phone so five to stand in line for more than about thirty seconds anywhere outcomes the phone, and I sneak in a few minutes of reading while. I wait. So as I said, my name is Sarah. And I am a total book nerd, I hope you are too. And thank you for joining me for this book discussion before we get started. We're going to take a quick break. But when we come back, we'll be looking at three books today divergent by Veronica Roth finding Audrey by sofi can seller and you're never weird on the internet almost by Felicia day. We'll be right back. Find out what movies to go. See? Then check out the GSM see movie podcast. It's your ticket to the lead est movies. Whether it's a new blockbuster event, romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered they talk. Some what to go see? Now, don't bother what's hot on Netflix and everything in between. That's GSM. See podcasts dot com back slash movie. Dash podcast when it's all about the movies. It has to be this new show. Don't forget to like on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Visit GS MC podcast dot com. For more info. He. Welcome back to the Golden State media concepts book review podcast. We're going to get started and jump right indoor first book, and that book is divergent by Veronica Roth. It's the first in a trilogy of books. I was home in April and in my hometown, my parents, and my brother actually owned the movie theater. So I always go to go watch the movie whatever's playing that weekend when I'm home and in April when I was home the movie happened to be the third movie of the divergent series. And they're actually making four they've divided the third book into two movies as so often is done lately. So I watched the third movie, and as I was watching it. I had no idea if the movie was that far off of the book, or if I really didn't remember the book at all it's been a couple years I'd read the series. And so I decided to revisit the series when I got home. Like, I said it's been a couple of years since I'd read them initially and actually have them on audio book as well. So I decided to listen to the books this time. I actually did remember a lot of the first book as I listened to it. We'll see how much I remember when I get to that third one and try to compare it to the movie that I saw so before we talk a little more about that. Here's the description, according to the authors website in Beatrice prior is disturbing. Chicago society is divided into five factions each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular virtue candor, the honest abnegation the selfless dauntless, the brave amity, the peaceful and air unite the intelligent on an appointed day of every year all sixteen year olds must select the faction to which they will devote the rest of their lives for Beatrice. The decision is between staying with her family. And being who she really is. She can't have both. So she makes a choice that surprises everyone, including herself during the highly competitive initiation that follows Beatrice renames herself trysts and struggles. Determine who her friends really are. But trysts also has a secret one she's kept hidden from everyone because she's been warned it can mean death, and as she discovers a growing conflict that threatens to unravel her seemingly perfectly perfect society. She also learns that her secret might help to save those. She loves or it might destroy her. So that's the description of the book, and as you noticed it's a dystopia n- future set book, the opium Jonah is really popular right now in this in the series fits well within that John RA as the description also says the book does take place in Chicago sometime in the future after something catastrophic has happened in the world. It isn't clear exactly what that catastrophe was. But the residents of the factions are fairly certain that they are the only ones who have survived. So in the wake of that catastrophe. The factions were created to try to avoid another catastrophic of catastrophic event in the future. So for instance, the dauntless felt that what happened was caused by cowardice. So they prize bravery, whereas the negation faction feels that it was caused by selfishness. So they seek to be selfless it cetera. Each of the factions has a different reason for why they thought the world became so corrupt became so. Doomed in the end. And so they form their faction and try to act in ways that are the opposite of what they seeing what they think caused that catastrophe. It's an interesting theory. But it also begs a lot of questions involving human nature and hell, humans aren't merely one thing or the other and this actually comes into play in the story. It's where the divergent coming comes in. When trysts does her aptitude test. It shows that she has an aptitude for three different fractions rather than just one. And this is seen as dangerous in this society because you're supposed to fit into one faction. She has to try to keep it a secret from those in power after she discovers that she is divergent, and I don't know if you do this. But I always try to picture myself in the books that I read, and I'm not really sure as I as I read, and as I read listen to this book, which faction I would end up in maybe air unite as I am curious, and I love to learn, but unlike trysts who shows an aptitude for multiple. Factions? I think I might actually end up faction list's not showing enough of a tendency toward any of them. I'm not sure. But this reminds me there are what are called the faction list. These are basically the homeless of the series if you don't fit in or if you don't make it through your factions initiation. They just kick you out. And since the motto in the society is faction before blood. If you go to another faction than that faction is your family you have to leave your family. You're not even supposed to see them anymore. You can't go back to your family and you end up on the street to fend for yourself when you become faction lists now like most young adult books. This one does have that romantic angle. But I appreciate that the author doesn't go into the love triangle triangle, route that so many books of this type seemed to do lately, you know, the one where there's one character often a girl, and there's two guys that she's interested in who are interested in her. And so you have to slog through the whole drama about who she's going to end up with even though you usually know who. She's going to end up with the have to go through that whole angst of the third wheel. I and since I was back in high school at the beginning of this episode. I tried to imagine what sixteen year old me would have thought of the romance. And I probably would have been completely on board with it middle aged me mostly skims those parts these days, but that's not the books fall. There is some sexual tension in the book, but no actual sex. If you're wondering, and there's actually some fairly decent communication between the two characters about whether they will or won't. So at least they're talking about it at least they're being somewhat responsible for teenagers in love. So that's a really brief description of the book just Topi in society, Chicago factions, of course, there's drama that happens. There's a crisis that happens. I'm not going to give away that part. But in addition to the book, I also thought that I'd talk a little bit about the movie since that what that's what got me back into the series in the first place that third movie, I tend to read a lot of books that are also movies, not neces-. -sarily because they are movies. Some I read before they're developed into films and others. I read because I see a preview or hear about a movie that's also a book. And then I want to check out that book and for full disclosure. I am a little bit of a book snob. And I always liked the book better than the movie. I think there's been something like two movies in my entire life that I liked more than the book. Maybe maybe only one. I'm really, not sure. But I do I also love movies. I love the enjoyment of movies. I love the entertainment of movies. It's just that. I get so involved in the characters and the plot of the book that it can be hard for me to separate from that. When I go to watch a movie, as I mentioned, I just finished listening to this book divergent on audio book, and the actual book is almost five hundred pages long. And the audio book is about eleven hours of listening so turning all of that into a two hour movie. Of course, means you have to leave a lot out. And I think this is why it can be so hard for me when movies become books because so much has to get left out in order to fit in. Into a normal length of a movie, the deeper character and plot developments get cut out and some things have to be changed or added. So that the book makes sense as a movie, and I get all that. I do get that. But it doesn't stop my brain from dissecting everything and getting disgusted at all the changes in the differences. All in all though, I think the movie virgin of divergent the movie version of divergent did a decent job. Of course. A lot was left out. The book is written from Troas perspective in first person. So unless she were to narrate the entire movie, which would be awkward and annoying. You aren't going to get the same depth of perspective in the movie that you get in the book about triggers feelings her experiences what she's seeing now. One of my biggest pet peeves when movies is when movies creates scenes that are completely different from the book. And like I said earlier, I get why some things have to be added for continuity and flow to make things make sense visually. But if you have to leave seventy five percent of a book out in order to create a movie. Why why do you have to create new material to add in please stop doing that book? Snobs everywhere will agree with me, thankfully there. There isn't much of that in this movie. There are a few things and the ending which again, I'm not going to tell you about is different from the book for reasons that I'm not one hundred percent clear on. I don't think they should affect the story going forward. I'm not sure I haven't actually seen the second movie yet. So I can't speak to that with any specificity at this point. Yes, I know I've seen the first movie the third movie. I haven't seen the second movie. I know I'm weird, but another minor pet peeve of mine when it comes to movies that have also been books is casting, for instance, when a book clearly describes a person and the actor cast looks nothing like that description. I find it annoying. I can usually move on from that a little bit. But for instance, in this movie and book in the book, the main character trysts and others are constantly commenting on her size and help teach. She is she's the smallest in the don't list initiate group. And so this is a car. Instant source of the topic that's being commented on but in the movie, she's a good six inches taller than her friend, Christina and about the same height as some of the men. So I realized that casting can't be perfect. And if the actors fit the part and do a good job, that's huge, but my literal books. Knob brain still wants to snark. People forgetting details wrong hair color, eye color, et cetera. But all books knowledge nece aside. This is actually a good at a taste of the book. Have you seen it the movie I mean, and what were your thoughts? If you've seen the movie and read the book, do you think it's a good adaptation, if you've only seen the movie, what do you think if I remember correctly? My husband enjoyed the movie and hasn't yet read the book, he's actually the total opposite of me. He likes to watch the movie I so then it can actually play like a movie in his head while he reads the book. So he said he liked it. I'm wondering what you all think if you read and or watched the movie, so we actually have to take a quick break. And when we come back, we'll be moving onto the second book up for discussion finding Audrey by. Sophie. Consolo? So stay tuned. And we'll be right back. 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Phone service refer always in the privacy policy is simple mobile dot com slash privacy policy of in terms and conditions that simple mobile dot com slash terms and conditions. Tired of searching, the vast general of podcasts. Nell, listen close. And here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching, the Golden State media concepts podcast network is hair. Nothing less than a podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports, music fashion, hooking entertainment, fantasy football and so much more. So stop blurted around and go straight out to the Golden State media concepts podcast network guaranteed to fill that podcast. Whatever it may be visit us at WWW dot Jesus MC podcast dot com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and download us on itunes, soundcloud and Google play. Welcome back to the Golden State media concepts book review podcast as I mentioned before the break. Our next book is called finding Audrey by authors. Sophie can sell a what really likes Sophie can sell it and read most of her books. She's the author of the shopaholic series, which you might have heard of or you saw the movie that they based on the first book, she has a way of writing crazy slightly over the top characters in ways that make you really want to root for them. I tend to find myself half annoyed half admiring of many of her characters when I read her books, but I always seem to end up rooting for them in the end, and I'm rarely disappointed in her books when I'm done. They're always enjoyable. I always find myself getting sucked into the characters and the story. Even if some of those characters I find a little a little crazy a little over the top. She's great for escapist reading or what you might call Summerbee treating she's fun and light, and it's easy to inhabit the world. She creates and get involved in the the characters that she develops. So. This new book that I want to talk about today finding Audrey is actually the first young adult novel that she's written, and it's my favorite so far for books. I really liked it on the author's website can Sela writes this about finding Audrey Audrey is a teenage girl suffering from social anxiety disorder. She has experienced bullying, and as a result has become virtually a prisoner in her own home. This is the story of her journey to recovery with the help of a boy named Linus. It's sad in places, but funny and romantic too. I hope that you will find the story of Audrey in her chaotic family of funny and uplifting. One Audrey is brave charming and resourceful. And I hope she will inspire you as much as she is inspired me. I always fall in love with my heroines, but with Audrey I feel a special protective on nece too. So that's how Sophie can sell a describes her own book finding Audrey. And like I said I really liked this book as it says in that first part Audrey suffers from social anxiety disorder. So this is a book that deals with the topic of mental illness, and that can sometimes be a difficult subject, especially with a teenage protagonist. But this book, I think does so in a way that makes it easily accessible makes it easy to enter into Audrey journey with her and begin to understand what has happened to her. And what is continuing to happen in her brain as she works through some of these difficulties and begins to go on that path toward getting back the life. She had before the incident that triggered the social anxiety. We never actually find out exactly what happened to Audrey before the book starts, which I kind of like because it leaves room for people's imaginations, you know, we don't have to know specifically what happened to her. We know she was bullied at the school that she was at. But if. We don't know exactly what happened to her. I think that also makes it easier for us as as readers to step into that character. We can bring our own experiences and say I can understand that x y z happen to me. So it makes it a little more easy to relate to Audrey. We can bring our own experiences into that picture. I also prescient that it's specifically pointed out in the book that while the inciting incident, the bullying, exasperated, Audrey social anxiety disorder, the bullying the incidents didn't 'cause it that this is something that she would have had to deal with in some way, shape or form during her life. No matter what does a said the incident exacerbated it. It definitely brought it to the forefront. But it didn't cause it and she has to learn then to address rings -iety on its own terms, not a relationship to the kids who bullied her. She can't just address it in relationship to that specific incident. She has to you know, through therapy and her medication and working with her family. She has to work through it on its own terms and her own terms, and I really appreciate that. That's made clear in the book the book is told from Audrey perspective. So we're able to see through her eyes. How much she has been affected both by the the bullying and by the effects of the anxiety. Consolo says that she's almost a prisoner in her own home. She has difficulty leaving the house and she wears sunglasses constantly because she can't make eye contact even with her own family. The only person that she can make eye contact with is her four year old brother Felix, we really get to understand how she's feeling how this is all affected her what all of these incidences and this mental illness that she is experienced in effect her life and how she's learning to deal with it. I think that this perspective from Audrey point of view is an interesting choice because by the end of the book, we are able to realize just how isolating anxiety can be as Audrey begins to make progress. She realizes how much of. Her family life that she has missed. She realizes. How many of the details? How many of the nuances in her family relationships that she hasn't been able to notice because she has been of course, dealing with her own anxiety issues. She realizes just how much has happened that she hasn't been aware of because how deeply she has been immersed in her own misery. And I think this is a really good description of how we can get so caught up in our own mental struggles that we we forget not necessarily forget. But we don't notice what's going on around us. It's not that she doesn't on purpose. It's not because she's selfish is because she's trying to deal with her own struggles. And then as she's she heels as she as she progresses. She starts to realize that life has been happening around her, and she hasn't been able to see it. She hasn't been able to partake of it. She hasn't been able to enjoy it as much as she would have liked to. And as someone who has had her own struggles with depression and anxiety. I really appreciate. How can sell approach these topics in this book I resonated with so many of Audrey experiences? Obviously, I don't have the exact same experiences that she has had but seeing that in print seeing a character brought to life on the pages of this book was great because I could bring my own experiences into it. And I could say that's a character that I can resonate with. That's a character that I really appreciate. And I see myself reflected in some ways in her. I also appreciate that Audrey is progress isn't straightforward. She's on this journey and she does improve. But she and her therapist describe it as a jagged graph, you know, when you have a right angle. And then there's a line that goes straight up from that. That's not what the progress is. It's a jagged graph rather than one that goes straight up or sometimes she is frustrated by that that lack of going straight up, and when she's frustrated she describes how it feels like she's taking a couple of steps forward. And then several steps back when then more steps forward more. Eps back. It's not a straight path to recovery anxiety in this case is not something that heals overnight. It doesn't just he'll buy whole. Here's a pill. Take this. Oh, here's an hour of therapy. Go here, and this book does a great job of showing that even when Audrey starts reconnecting, an even begins hanging out with one of her brother's, friends Linus. It's it's not like a lot of books where love suddenly conquers, all and I'm all for romances, and I'm all for love. Healing. But it doesn't always work, exactly. Like that. And I think this book does a good job of showing that Linus is certainly part of her recovery, but they progress through this journey together. And they both make mistakes along the way I do like it. Because even though it's a serious serious topic. There are still some of Consol is trademark over the top characters. There's a lot of funny things that happened in his book. It's very enjoyable read Rodrigues parents and her brothers consistently cracked me up through the whole thing each bringing their own personalities and personal issues into the mix. Audrey is mom is definitely the zanies. She so wants to be a good mother that she tends to go a little bit overboard. So she's always coming up with these different ways of doing everything. So that she's going to raise this perfect family and be the perfect mom, and she she's likable because she does want to be a good mother. But she has some really interesting crazy ideas about going about that Audrey is dad on the other hand is a little more laid back, but he loves his wife, and he tries to support his wife, sometimes a little sheepishly, you know, he can see the kids are rolling their eyes. But you can tell that they love each other and their children, and they work hard to be good parents, and then hers, Audrey older brother, Frank who's a source of the a lot of the drama and the comic relief in this book because their mom is convinced that Frank is addicted to computers and gaming because of his love of the game called land of conquerors. And so a lot of her parenting attempts are in relationship to Frank she tries to get them interested in something else in her. His reactions are hilarious now. Now, what since we're talking about Frank full disclosure Frank does tend to drop the F bomb. I mean, it's not on every page everything maybe five to ten times throughout the book. But you know, if you're if you're thinking about reading this book, or you want to somebody that, you know, who's younger to read this, and you're concerned about those things just know that there are some f bombs peer and there throughout the book, but other than that, it's pretty clean. And then there's four year old, Alex. I mean, Felix apologize for your old Felix whose Audrey baby brother, and who brings the joy of being four to this family as I said, he's the only one that Audrey is able to initially make contact with and interacting with his sweet joyful exuberance seems to be the first step in helping Audrey interact with others. So in the end, we see that they're a family who works together and loves each other doing the best that they can despite any mistakes or in dysfunction. Like, I said, I love this book. I devoured it as quickly as my currently crazy schedule would allow me to do. I laughed. I resonated with it. I just I really got sucked into the characters and the story, and I love this book. So we do have to take one more break. But when we come back, we'll be moving onto the third book of today's podcast a book called you're never weird on the internet almost by Felicia day. So stay tuned, and we'll be right back. Wireless companies sold you out to plan tight, long term contracts mystery jeans, simple mobile, you get a lightning-fast fourteen. Lt me nationwide network with no contracts and keep the phone number. You loved it tends to be wild one six. News one one six one St. through phone is compatible outfield. Senator text message and data rates may apply. Based on your mobile phone services refer, always surprised of simple mobile dot com slash Halsey on the terms and conditions dot com slash terms and conditions. The big wireless companies sold you and outdated plan type, long term contracts and mystery teams simple mobile difference. 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The next book that will be talking about is by Felicia day, and it's called you're never weird on the internet, then in parentheses almost. So this is another book that I discovered because of my nieces, I mentioned in the last show that I read a lot of books that are recommended to me by my family and my nieces who are almost thirteen and sixteen love Felicia day because of her work on a television show called supernatural. They're currently binge watching a lot of the seasons. And she apparently has a story arc in one of those seasons. And so they loved her on that I love her because of her work on three joss Weeden shows Buffy, the vampire slayer Dollhouse, and Dr horrible sing along blog, which is fantastic. And you should check it out sometime. So the nieces mentioned that Felicia day, this actress that we love had written a memoir, and that they wanted to read it, and they said they saw it in their life. Obrero and that they both wanted to read it. And then as I was in the airport on the way home I love to wander through the bookstore. Whenever I'm in the airport or anywhere. Really? I saw the book, and so I flip through a little bit and read the dust jacket. And I definitely wanted to read it even more then so checked it out from the library when I got home, and I was sucked in pretty much from the first page. I mean, if a books first few pages have made laughing a lot. It's usually a good bet that I'm going to like the whole thing. So let me read you the description of the book, and this is from the author's website. It says when Felicia day was a girl all she wanted was to connect with other kids desperately growing up in the deep south where she was home schooled for hippie reasons. She looked online to find her tribe. The internet was in its infancy and she became an earlier adopter at every stage of its growth. Finding joy and unlikely friendships in the emerging emerging digital world her relative isolation meant that she could pursue passions like gaming calculus and nineteen thirties detective novels without shame. Because she had no idea how uncall- she really was. But if it hadn't been for her strange background the awkwardness continued when she started college at sixteen with mom driving her to campus every day. She might never had the naive confidence to forge her own path. Like when she graduated as valedictorian with a math degree, and then headed to Hollywood to pursue a career in acting despite having zero contacts, or when she was tired of being typecast as the elder as the crazy cat lady secretary and decided to create her own web series before people in show business. Understood that online video could be more than just cats chasing laser pointers Felicias rags to riches rise to internet fame launched her career as one of the most influential creators in new media ever candid, she opens up about the rough patches along the way recounting battles with writer's. Block a full blown gaming addiction severe, anxiety and depression and show how she reinvented herself when over achieving became overwhelming. Now, I really like memoirs in general. I've been reading a lot of them lately in the last couple of years, and I enjoyed this one in particular day, and I have little to nothing in common in terms of our background or our upbringing or what we studied in college. But I resonated with so many parts of this book, I loved her honesty in describing the awkwardness of her childhood. I recognize some of my own awkwardness there like I said, we had different childhoods, but experienced my share of awkwardness that's for sure as the description above that, I read earlier said day is a gamer, and so a lot of video and internet gaming stuff went over my head a little bit. But this is because the only video game I ever really attempted besides a brief foray into Mario brothers was jeopardy on my brothers Nintendo in the nineties like, I guess I was nerd even in my gaming predilections day is actually able to describe even her gaming experiences in ways that make them relatable. Because it's less about the game per se and more about the experiences. Of community more about how the gaming made her feel more about how gaming brought her into contact with others at cetera. So we all go through experiences in our lives where it's easy to get caught up in community or it's easy to get focused on one thing. And so for day, it's gaming, and it's easy to get caught up in her writing. Even if you aren't a gamer or don't understand the the culture around video games internet games gaming in general, one thing that I really loved about this book is days, determination, she's either a total inspiration or she's slightly crazy or both. Because as it said in the description after graduating college with not only a major in math. But also one in violin she headed off to Hollywood to become an actress be spite despite having no context and no definitive plan. She just knew that she wanted to be an actress she wanted to go to Hollywood to do it. And so off she went graduated college and headed off. And I stand in all of that plan. Even while I'm thinking, what was she thinking? That's crazy. But that's what she did. And it's fun to read about about it. It's inspiring to read about it. Even when things didn't go quite as she'd hoped, then, you know, as it said, she was tired of being typecast. So she created her own web series, which was something that very few people were doing at the time. She knew what she was able to do. She understood the internet. She understood what she wanted to do as an actress. And so she and some friends of hers created this web series, and she talks about how they did it out of their garages, actually paused in my reading to turn on Netflix and watched the first season of this show that created which is called the guild. It's really crazy. How she just did this there little budget very little experience. But she had the termination. And she knew what she wanted. So out of their garages. They created this web series. And it went on for I think six or six seasons, maybe six or seven. And so I like books that inspire me. In one way or another. I like to read about how people take what life throws at them and figure out what to do with it. Because it helps me to remember that. I don't have to be stuck where I am. If I don't want to be there are options. There are things that I know that can maybe help me get out of that situation that I'm in. And I also really like books that are honest about how those pads aren't always straight because day certainly encountered struggles and setbacks she writes compellingly about her own experiences with depression and anxiety. It's a coincidence. It turns out that two of the books. I chose for today deal with young women working through depression and anxiety. I didn't choose them because of that theme. But this was another book where I was able to recognize some of my own struggles. Which of course, made the book more relatable to me. I appreciate that day was able to share some of her experiences with their own struggles. Because depression is something that I don't think we talk about enough and awareness is key to understand people who have those things that you can't always see a person may look fine on the outside. They may look quote, unquote. Normal. But inside they could be experiencing, depression or anxiety or any number of things. So awareness is great. And being able to read a book like this book like finding Audrey that normalizes it that brings out in the open that discusses it just like anything else is great as I said earlier, depression, anxiety, it's cetera. It's not something that can just be fixed that magic pill or that our therapy. It's something that takes work. And I think that day does a really nice job of giving us a glimpse into her own work in this area. So those of us with similar issues. No, we're not alone in our struggles. And those who haven't experienced depression or anxiety. Can maybe get a little sense of what it's like that they can do. So in a way, that's relatable, that's humorous at times, you know away. That's not scary. They can just read about this person's experiences. If you weren't familiar with Felicia day before this podcast. You should be go hop on. Netflix and watch some of her stuff better yet. Go hop on YouTube because. She has a massive internet presence. She has YouTube videos, but you should also watch because she's smart. She's funny, and she's really talented. Plus, she's quirky and slightly awkward. So we don't have to hate her for being too perfect. Yes, I'm being sarcastic. Just in case you missed the sarcasm in my voice. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I really liked it. I laughed again. I resonated. I enjoyed the heck out of it. I read it as fast as I possibly could. And if you're a fan of memoirs, or if you're a fan of smart funny talented women than I think you'll enjoy this book too. And that unfortunately is all the time that we have today. Thank you so much for joining me artists cussin' of divergent by Veronica Roth finding Audrey by sofi can seller and you're never weird on the internet almost by Felicia day. I hope you had as much fun as I did. 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Man Utd Take Down PSG, Liverpool Win at Ajax, Man City 3-1 Porto & A Clean Sheet for Chelsea

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Man Utd Take Down PSG, Liverpool Win at Ajax, Man City 3-1 Porto & A Clean Sheet for Chelsea

"Hello comes to separate soda the to rubies podcast your destination to check in with those primarily clubs buying both domestically, and of course, in European competition on the Champions League. My friend is where it can start today I'm Robbie Mustoe. He's Robbie on his topics coming up on today's episode. Monday nights hit a Marcus Rashford getting better of PSG again. Get Clean Sheet and all three points the battle men sixty three, one victory over Porto. Chelsea scoreless draw against the and a preview of something big much nicer versus Chelsom. That's what we thought coming up on today's episode. All I've ever really wanted to do is find out what's up. And give it to people straight the facts of the day clearly, and concisely in context and perspective and tell people what's happening the news with. Shepard. Smith subscribe to the podcast today. Bill Chinese again, group stages. Of Group stages we kinda split. In terms of the game is that we really studying closely I certainly look to the highlights and the most of the action of the United Game but you closely pissed you one man united to yet and give me your your thoughts on what you saw. it was a very good day for Manchester United, very good results although the ferry day for all GonNa Solve Shaw into intensive the team that he picked for the person out on the team Shea with the discipline I'm focus if the team. A real collective and in vigils you've changed the game when it when it was important. So it's no way and it's awesome. We've shut it but welcome social I still tactically and technically his team. To go really good win against the team team that got to the Champions League final season goal kind of changes in the front I'd. Yeah. You Look at the Lineup Robin Poke on the bench again so Rested him against Newcastle that was basically San? Doing it right now. Don't you drink Well. Across the globe in that maybe was this again full you was the balances is it violence in team rods reviewing that as ends thread who will excellent to would on closed down many difficult for PSG to get any momentum. Now, maybe trust may be near sees that you what you WANNA play. Defensive. They didn't want him for the game rupp didn't didn't want him for Newcastle. Game didn't for this game. What, what what what what point you're trying to make that? He He China? Might One might not wanting to still game infanticide when he came on to begin floats on the game. It into the second half for change a full moving when a little bit more laughable in he was one of the season the feels. Able to get full it was able to make things happen. So maybe eight monitoring pool maybe at same of is soon games when you talk about to look. Up and he's playing for the view not for not mess. So he caught he can't be trusted to playing games where defensively they might be strange where I midfield. He wants a couple of workers and unless less of a talented plaid contrast defensively. You you would expect I mean, that's still a bit shocking if you're if you. Consider is salary import. What you do if you owe a Jew playing thinking singers custody deserve the same will not play. As big as he is important is is skillful as. Gained changes are. Those known I might argue maybe wrongly the I still try and find a way in the team for him. I still in talking way robb way you don't have to rely on him I. Guess You've got booted Fernandez. Him So. Fit. But we should let you say maybe we should talk about the players who played and. Somebody, in midfield and Fred, they went with a throwback. Didn't he was wing box something different should which? If It looks good going forward. Go good left foot said pastries and things do plush. Pillow. Now on twitter feed yesterday who probably to some people maybe didn't see the game we'll just see highlights I don't want a socket. Twins Eighty. Outstanding Absolutely outstanding offense vehicle challenge one moment than thank shrimp deem off in mid events strengthen spayed in all the time we go to great blocked I don't want the soccer is an talk about some of these. Deficiencies when he goes to a digital trend Alexander on delivery the. One on one defending. Their envelope Fatemi the slide, and he gets in blocks, but he's going real China good timing when the offending coaxes tell out affected fool with. His patient recovers outstanding it, and he had a great one on one with embarking on top. I'll tell you what A. Bit So I saw the game and maybe I saw interview afterwards with the manager and. I think he's been as for the managers look. He's been the to the last couple of weeks. He's been trying really well, you know when you don't see how Maguire there we know the. Department from McGuire is been shaky with Lindelof all Eric. BIOS looked pretty awful. Actually is Alex twins aby is easy. I guess the answer to play alongside Maguire going forward Robina in a back four is that what we might see now from other gonNA sell show it's possible could be back three with with McGuire in Lindelof made why he brings you that I think Maguire needs is lettuce is rule athleticism that can be colorful flipped Harry Maguire you can get wrong on the shield of Maguire is getting duke likened go taxable and he's Big enough is a good one on one defined if you're talking down. Ryan side among e e can handle people wouldn't want it. If he gets go with senate fluid outs, the best defendant in will will have to do at time. So I, suppose we'll have to find out robbie young is relatively inexperienced but I liked the materials go to see I think he's coach able I think he might be having the line as you might be trusted to trying to get him on his Williams say someone else we can. We can do the federal this sense. Of Yeah, and he brings a pace to that area. Doesn't it? Doesn't McGraw's good on a ball the twins ab gives the guess would give some speed their insurance just going forward and it's nice in it together look up the lights are Bruno Marshall Russia's against yet the PSG fullerton comparisons. Talked about just how good is Neymar? Is the old that? Display and his goal. This was one of those days where Russia looks like a million dollars to me just looks so threatening of fast and. At least if and took his go really well for posted to the back of the net and what did what did you think Roger just in Tinge of that? Shit that you. Look at a roach to note in said on the day in the most saying that players would move whatever will standing on the day. Bruno Rashford emotional Seattle when more emphatic with more dangerous than de Maria and buffet name. Monday. And I don't think be to argue at ten. What else we show in the PS Jay from. Tom's Demon Ridge option as a what we saw with something that we show early psg last season before things. So. The front sail must knockoff women by the bowl not interested at all about team Shen nutty Jesse about following people body was brought to old. PSG and it made me think about do you know what old PSG? Say doesn't find see both yeah. What we'll play when we got the ball and doesn't do it is only half the planet. Is only he plays when he's gay money's motivate when he's the team still I'm they can break the they just don't feel like he can switch your on off as much as he thinks he can. Yeah and you look at the plaza behind him. If you say he's GonNa attitude I mean you're midfield and I. Wanted. A good team it. I've lost a few players in the average. In Harare. Yeah. We saw Everton I mean. reached. kind of average the really good looks. Yeah. Good work from United Yeah. while. While credit for the team to the system. In a way that the pope is to come on man. Lachey bit between the bucks. Products obviously wants to make things happen. Good in a way that you know superstar that he is he's no guaranteed bucking in Tame Scrapes Rowley in competition for places hoses to calls. He's on different daddy's now what a good week he's half of it is I trump seeing you know could win against Newcastle four one win away at essentially manage things start looking for different our. The question Israel. The Tribune's is demanding consistency. Israeli is always a situation while we can start to. Willing to stand in in mind denied is team they can continue to do this under making the. Well. My I know my first thought was good united and yes, could united this budgeted Monica social off with did say something that stuck with me said you know it felt so good. We were so good. We've got a foam back. We've got our form back is in some was off. Okay. All right, understandably funny preseason international not. Something was not right now, it gonNA form back. So that's it. Now them come on then so now. No excuses from now now is going to be consistent and now be some rotation and folk lucky and others will will come in a little bit but I think united funds now would expect with a time of the manages being there and he's done a little bit tinkering. Wanted more plays in the window just gone. But now kick on now be a team that looks like it dominates every match look like a team like. Appearance. Last year they did they were GONNA win every game like like city won every game for one and if I win every game that level where they can dominate a permanent game and say, Crikey, they going to win every match they they're going to dominate. So maybe they don't but they look at the pesticide rush would shows us that quality that busy style enthusiasm at body language does Mossy I'm Bruno does this thing because Bruno I? What about Bruno? He does These Fehmi. Every week, he can drive you. Must have fast nothing now. I think to say and we'll talk in late agendas show Robert about the big game united. Another text that isn't enough young village. comebacker weekend they in getting the business done vote. But let's let's say in you. Let's talk about champions. Liverpool. When I ask obviously huge disappointment would be recognition that undock GonNa Miss majority of not will the decision with the injury was now alison win at least allow. Lead significant by. A lot of is in. So a focus on Liverpool law focus on that line again Alison The in club came out and said Nah, pristine Sunday Day football well, enough to get the job though was intended to get the job done any. Rights would. Settle for being played it with Gomez is a to turn Alexander in Mobile. With the full box could is Jones golfing all in midfield next one side and one album was holding. So Henson's autumn invention up the usual. So liberal than if behavior -tations entrusting GonNa, live an eye on future games in the Mount Games coming up but. I think to go to to keep a clean sheet which was in poor the focus on we're going to be like it's a made a really good to block actually a Cleveland saw on the goal line when I state gets. Other. Little spell what you'd expect that could fully. Both jam it was pretty much is pretty comfortable. The pool without overexertion themselves got gall young go. CHOCOLATE FICO. Angle was enough to win the game in the pool. Get points away from home bookstore of jumping sleep comply job John. Look forward to the weekend. Joe Matchup Rub. We talked about this on our last show the weekend as tendency to pick up injuries he was out for this game with an injury I understand. Five just fobbing Nano I, watch the city game with this in this window here. The reports, I read the bits I've seen again he looked very good. That's two games. Now we're all these paid cinnabar and he's looked very, very impressive. As his ability to play that position, not only a couple of games I know dip prevalent we can we judges. It isn't that doesn't that give Liverpool fans real hope that he might be the guy to plug that gap do it actually better? The most people would expect. I. Think so I. Always find this just in in your view that sometimes when you play I was ascending midfield plant so you. The money you say, Jimmy job on the right side to the job, he had a new. Plant. Building applying Tommy to bit unit novel and enjoy it I wish finally last seats on six seven games. It was actually a bit lot coming up to normal position now. COMES, in with the being. So within a dino on vacation situation with with months angle, we can play but others appeal. Must Keep A. Difference in plain sentiment field descent bite withholding the aligned the. Article I. Might come into play. Intensive one off games I think he's absolutely vocal challenge in portfolio can do all day long just wanted to the Liga at the season how our be yeah. A really good point and I agree and I think that that will be question marks about it's a different position that missing in a team and a great team of course, Liverpool but year at top end the league where. Every posted his position is GonNa do really good job. You're right when do I trust a runner went up left side how do I communicate? How do I side across? How do I get in the right side window giantism eight, the ball when do I drop off known your opponents there there is a lot to it. Would make a yeah. I would have one or two games. He looks a million dollars. Just that the more things more challenges thrown his wife setup behind, you'll see over multiple games. So in twenty innings. Like We we him to lunge in make midfield tackles in rarest gift penalties, Hawaiian and Lundy again over more games that might test more. Yeah I think that's something to watch out for as we go or. Not. Oppose the. Question mobile this isn't like his strength to always personality poked I asked today a footballing team Wasn't going to be bitterly days when it comes into then I Wanted to go bit multi rats is be the same guy. Jamie bodies, you know they. Can threaten. The my threat similar. But yeah, I mean it's Faster and stuff. Feels Kinda get myself through till till John January window willing to Depending how things go on wonder demography they'll pay when you'll. Henderson. Foxtrot. Ma Even three possibly. So I'm you know if you meals? I think these options of the exchange you talked about you talked about g although his position allows one or two changes. When I was fit many be. His flexibility in midfield just. You're going. Options. Supply should mid sales. It is more important than ever to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. Now, there's a great way to do that A. 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I thought they played. All right. And it was not it was not vintage city rob or with very. Little down struggling a little bit they they Julius Penalty Papillon Rhyme Sterling soft penalty for me. Going to bundled into a little bit but. Tried to back out of it studying went to ground per easily but anyway borderline, but they got it. System wise tactics wise kind of a little bit like we saw the weekend you've Kaya is more like a four three three is normally see it. But consolo is a left fullback bomb because forward, which pushes sterling central to almost play alongside Guerrero and the right by call. Stays home threes. It kinda looks like a three, but it really is a forged just each fullback is very different role kind of the same shape in Midfield Benito was in that but I was in that. Gunawan scored a brilliant free-kick raw played well, and it was it was my resume guerra and sterling and it wasn't vintage city as I said I off. I. Didn't create too much toll second better. The point is I thought that it was just a little bit more focused on defensive shape and defensive structure a little bit and I. I mean he said an interview or read before the Game Rob the. I've got to do something a little different. which is again, maybe maybe maybe take. No, he didn't. You know maybe. It says. No No. Because he basically kind of admits it's my fault I season's coming my competition. So even though you know it wasn't. An amazing amazing game. Three one a little bit the the goals came later on. They look pretty good and a little bit more solid without being spectacular and. Dies has good setback back again, I kind of liked this role for Kyle Walker because you see the best. Case. Now Out He's not asked to get forty. He's not asked to do clever bits or great crosses each stays there and and consult is on the other side. So I kind of like the way the team looked I've felt funny about city like. Starting to dwindle away and the PEP. Guero back is given everybody left is. Starting to Rome Oriented nervous. What was surprised while the NHL could file if the extra focus cheating rotten maybe admitted he's got look at things adjusting little bit if. Wanting adequate luke. Would say, no I'M GONNA Now. Day. It was a time when there was very few teams seats throughout his name very few times that he wouldn't be sent to what pets doing. Just started to about maybe a transition maybe Zia ages the time is is. Is We moving beyond for on Dana not central figuring Yeah, we are because Roger is really good rotary played holden role in your role and he looks really good rob. Obviously he's young is powerful. He's good on the board and I just think he looks really good at the moment and defensively era Garcia played. In a more traditional back to Nathan, I K is is injured at the moment I think it's going to be okay. Jay Is an walker than consultant on the left. And that. You know even though he's not left-footed Consolo I think is the best. We'll be the best back four and they're all fit again Garcia was okay. Today Ruben Diaz looks looks good. But yeah. I. Came on Robin Got Nasty knock off again sub. So they made some subs photo came on found Tories came on and it was the subject to Levine for his goal choice what a lovely goal going to benefit towards the top corner So a little bit one city when when head but I I just I felt better about one city and the way that they played in the way that they looked against the Porto side that was pretty physical and it was defensive but I dunno Bev pace on counter attack this a threat and they got a wonderful goal. Diaz. The wing portrait. Holidays. Yeah yes Louis Louis Diaz. Won a good goal and it wasn't a normal city. There was a turn of those above board. Think it was Ruben Diaz has made a babbling midfield to that was turnover but were in because I looked at it closely that they weren't a decent shape. Just a really good goal dribble from the left he kept going and going and going to go and then reverse shot off the I. Mean it's a really, really nice goal. And after that city were fairly strong defensively. So yeah, I thought it was a stepping direction It's a good result. So goodstein trump champions campaign pet was excited on the sideline when the goals will go in the final whistle now. So I thought it was a pretty good diversity. Still could win Nah. We'll get him out some in in the Champions League this week eight one games. Chelsea. Nil severe nil. Should. We be pleased Chelsea keeping a clean sheet talking about trump's first bill his taken over as if channels so go to be seated not all Jewish bitten limiting i. think the Fulmer I. Think I think fans fans will bail frustrated the result. There is signs there rob the signs at Jugo silver look really good job was back in centreback. Zuma and you James at Right and your bench show at left now. As I thought this looked like the strongest team for Chelsea wrote as you back for. What Mendan- goal was very good made a really good save early honor a really clever Canada's deflection to to strong hand away from a strike that came in really good save The midfield was Giogio Anglicans I, and then you have the the talking plays. Pulisic played again on the right hand side Mason out the left habits in the hallway and up front now, there's definitely more. Focus again, a little bit like city on the defensive side you expect that given what's been going on. So it wasn't always slicking and great going forward. But it it it was better defensively. Look sound of the full bucks going to got some notes in front of me here for backs a little bit less expensive rob stated a little bit more. Soviet with a football they played probably they look the best team in the first half Chelsea pay better better football in the second of it. Let me go to thinking Robin and I looked to the team. A maybe Z. yet came on actually really good. Zik DX Z. cannot side. Probably in place of Mason Mount Vanya looking at the best version of Chelsea right now robin then it probably go. Through. that. Mean Frank Frank Loves Mason Mount. In any might. Just four to three one is going to struggle to get in if it's going to be the man I spoke to the chamber all. I wanted to run this by because. I know we've got ton of Chelsea fans, the the listening watching us in the lot fans in the US. I kind of thought about this team I thought I looked to the midfield. Look to the whole team Robina and I thought. The whole team, there's any three players. The are fully grown footballers Yoga Silva. It. Jorgihno and go county the fully grown fully matured. Footballers all the others, a learning tag growing that set in, and it's going to take time Rubio the plaza embroi- in all those from players. There's no question right and you tell me if you disagree that they are very very talented some of the best players around Europe you have some burners and. So they're very, very good place for all being into the same team at the same time they they look a little light white they look a new they look a little naive. They need reps, they need patients, they need a reps need encouragement they they need time and no Franklin pods are no expectations more and there's talking about the pressures on frank while. It believe that these plans are the real deal. The shouldn't be pressure frank. Not, not to the amount. We think is on him because visa very good place. Now, if ultra while after while Robert. If it needs to be more physicality, I would understand that because. Mount Pulisic, there's not a lot of Stephen of personality. They, they've played with full waking. So I. Good. Imagine I. mean the the the the would down his green is read. Quite rhymes end Pau the. Kids the opportunity to to mature those plays into a simple as a group they go through some tough times together get come out side of some took times and grows agree. But mob worry rob to photo that you say will Chelsea funds hopefully can look forward to. Simply, trump have some consistency. So I've just walks oil deployed today yesterday James. Kilgore Silvis amenity behind finished choice. At the weekend obviously Catholic play because. Mendi was wasn't fit. Quite. Whenever threat seven inch view the week they were losing West Brom halls time chokes questions on it takes reese James off fully grown footballer. So my point be if he if you won't be changed to become the fully integral is GonNa. Go through that you got leave him on. Letting so for that income out, they decide doesn't get any just learn anything by John, get him off I. Don't think. The. I think he's got to start to say this is my team that mentioned multi is. I think we had a compensation before the deadline or whatever slot. Tiki, team what what's your best T-? When you need to watch Yvette Steamy Goto. Comes to it. Yeah. We're. We're close to Robin and I agree with the stay with the only thing I if as run of two or three games where that green is evident I just wonder if he might. He might bring in somebody an again this is this is a change slight changes system. Motto Coverage Football Mature Good Player take out one of those takeout amount or terry cow. This I don't I don't really want to have to do that. Luga I still think these these these left in. Moody Songs. That balance of experience while bringing bringing coverage, bringing Zia it all of a sudden it doesn't so so so light west. because. This is a really important west kizer renewal. loin green to full green. What was he is? Don't thinking still not. He's still learning. He's another learning footballer. You think you think you think he's. I know. Should stop the. Commanding Important Presidents entity not wish James is not mason miles. No. Yeah, I mean. Yeah. That's the one. Yeah. I'd rather have Ruediger. I've seen I like. As a natural defender. Feel Stale personal aggressive nasty in the team needs, and then you've got the quality in the silk of Juggle. Chunks for jump shots figures in bulled out across the ninety will note the famous names inevitable. Around them state Bruce Brian Robbo from. It's Real Brian mcclair, sprinkle them with Matt around them. They will greer we. Go. Say. We'll Moseley's up the big boys wouldn't do it. That's part of the growing Robert? Sprinkler. Experience around Mount again and letting go again I. Just hope that the Chelsea fans at on the ownership don't get crazy obsessed with we spent all this money. They've spent a good money. Lami replace. If they are good players, they need time and to be trusted, they're going to get better more standing there going to grow up a little bit more the Franco original pro he'll instill a little bit that professionalism would thinking like you said now and again, it might want to spring of of your more experienced plans to help them along their way but. Again, it's it's a little disappointing result but when Israel moments where they link up and Hubbard simplistic and Verner, you know vessel talent of that is just it's going to be hard for them to be consistent about what I said a lot about politic. He shoulders the moments he showed us what was capable off and so the other plans of that. Now, the hottest thing is to do that every mean you wouldn't expect but can more consistent mount. Habits three quite games is. The team probably going to be out the team so it's just put the rascal. Patience to let them develop and grow and I hope that checkers in in in Franklin Part Chelsea Football Club of got a legend that would want to go anywhere else. If he's given the time to develop this team, they could have a really good setup for many years to come. Absolutely and him if weekend. Old Trafford Manchester United Chelsea twelve thirty is in time on Saturday huge game to. Very well, supposedly teams here in in the US. goodly with winning counseling s PSG dishes maybe jewel for Chelsea bull clean. She gives them a stall in. Hold you see this one guy friend what what are we stop by looking at the odds? Of course, we get the odds from apartments, points sportsbook, and this is what they're saying they say united win is plus one forty joys plus to sixty. Chelsea win his plus one, seven, five. So United are slight favorites. They are at home I think given what we've seen over this Champions League. Sports Book might be about right given the former that they may be going into. But then you know the whole consistency thing with the United I mean. These games are a fantastic to watch you lost young players out that on what do you think? Who Do you give given what you've seen this mid week? You agree with those odds slightly lunch not the wicked against J. Let's let me just get just wanted to check before we came. Some Fox. Chelsea thirteen goals conceded in fine much. Not Twelve goals conceded in full both these teams have not truly. Yes. I, think any one of these clean sheet? You know folds them build so. Getting, what is GONNA be settled talking talent I think it could be defense. That's. It might be pegase. Young quick forwards and yeah there's lots of them And you may be right. I think that the team that can see I can see Chelsea trying to dominate possession. That's what they do know into Lumpar can they be secure enough when it turns over? And Marcus Rashford apply that the trikes? Can Look. Kinda. Quiet. 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To See if he can keep going and you know a couple of mistakes again and it all starts up again rob this. Swampy of equal Zenia big players. Don't throw euro putty. Swing the wait till English teams actually both teams Liverpool winning Chelsea keeping a clean sheet in Iraq nil nil Joel will be back on Sunday Sunday October twenty. Fifth we'll take by could all the premier league's rose a much tweets overseeing the big game months Chelsea. Jesse to see. The village, and then stay on top of them beaten and what will let Be like without your from John. So, talk about review at this weekend's canal. I'm L.. He's stoked together the to. Listen I'm watching be safe and be healthy. It's a good to for me. And it's good night from him.

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New US sanctions target Iran's supreme leader

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New US sanctions target Iran's supreme leader

"Targeting the Ayatollah today on the world. I'm Marco werman, the Trump administration. Put more economic pressure on Iran today, including sanctioned specifically on their supreme leader. And don't tell the White House says new measures are just for show for people who say these are just symbolic. That's not the case at all. We've literally locked up tens and tens of billions of dollars. So no, these sanctions are highly affected. Plus, how the US and Iran are targeting each other with cyber attacks and later, ecological grief. What many of us feel as we witnessed changes to our planet? We know there's climate change weather shifts things that impact us on a daily basis. But also things that are going to impact our planet and the health and wellbeing of many species, moving forward those stories and much more today here on the world. Three days after he called off a military strike on Iran. President Trump today announced new economic sanctions against the Islamic Republic and its leaders these mayors represent a strong and proportionate response to Iran's increasingly provocative actions, we will continue to increase pressure on Tehran until the regime, abandons its dangerous activities in his aspirations, including the pursuit of nuclear weapons increased enrichment of uranium development of ballistic missiles engagement in support for terrorism fuelling of foreign conflicts and belligerent acts directed against the United States and its allies. Speaking to reporters at the White House Trump described the new sanctions as hard hitting but was short on details. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin tried filling in the blanks. For people who say these are just symbolic. That's not the case at all. We've literally locked up tens and tens of billions of dollars these sanctions will. Con along with additional entities where people are hiding money so no. These sanctions are highly effective. John Hughes served as deputy director of the office of sanctions policy and implementation at the State Department under President Obama. John, what are these new sanctions against Iran all about? Yeah. Yeah. No, thanks Marco. So I think that these sanctions really are more bark than bite. I mean so really, what they did today was that, they designated the supreme leader of Iran, as well as his office, and then allowed for additional designations of people that, that he has appointed to senior officials within the Iranian government. Yes. So when the president describes these new sanctions as hard hitting as to the content of them, would you agree with that? No. I wouldn't. I mean listen Marco, so it is true that sanctions are biting against Iran. If you look at what the Trump administration has done since they pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal. They've essentially reimposed all the sections that were in place, before, then they've already targeted sort of upwards of ninety percent of olive runs expert revenues and made people no longer import oil, etc. So everything that they do at this point is really just sort of on the margins certainly going up to the supreme leader's has its, I don't think it's gonna have much of an impact is unlikely that he's doing much business with any major international banks anyway. But they do signal at least publicly that the campaign of maximum pressure. Against iran. So what is the goal? Do you think of all these sanctions and this maximum pressure on Iran? Like what does the US want from Iran? Now in two thousand nineteen well, the Trump administration think, has tried to make it clear. I think they said it again, today that they want Iran to come back to the table to negotiate what they think is a better deal. I think the problem is that they are pretty unrealistic in their terms. Right. If you look at sort of twelve things that secretary Pompeo, laid out and then what Trump sort of alluded to today in his comments, I mean these amount to essentially full on regime change in Iran is nothing that Iran leadership, whatever, except now the problem is that, you know, their campaign really is maximum pressure. Without any diplomacy at it's hard to have any progress without having both of those things, John, what's your best? Guess about what's going to happen, next? My best. Guess is that probably see some more of this brinksmanship between both sides, I think Iran likely will look to lash out somewhere in the region. Maybe military maybe elsewhere somewhere to show that it can send a message, you know, that, that is unfortunate. But like I said, I think that it is a somewhat of a possible outcome. And then on the other side of the US again, I don't think that they have a strategy beyond just increasing sanctions. I don't think that there is much that they can increase there. So they will continue to say that they're increasing Saxons, but really these aren't all that effective. John is someone who was part of the uranian sanctions protocol in Washington. How do you get your own head around this brinksmanship under Trump? When it's not at all clear, what the US wants out of it aside from a better deal or regime change. Yeah. It's hard to get my mind around Marco. I mean when I was doing this, it was always sort of the implicit bargain, that it was true that we were increasing sanctions, and we were doing that. I think fairly effectively, but that we also had international buying in from the entire. National community and most importantly, we had a negotiating process with Iran at the same time, sort of carrot and stick approach as soon as you take away those carrots. And all you have is a stick that I'm really don't know how you can make progress. I should say also that if sanctions are only tool than you're not really going to have an effective policy. They really just need to be part of your toolbox. About does not seem to be the case here. John Hughes was point man on sanctions at the State Department under President Obama. John, thanks very much. Thanks marco. So sanctions are increase the military is on alert, and there's another arena where the conflict with Iran is playing out cyberspace, John, hold quiz is the director of intelligence analysis with the cybersecurity company FireEye. He's been tracking the current cyber standoff between the US and Iran. He joins us from reston Virginia. The US says it launched a cyber attack on Iran on Thursday, Iran's telecommunications minister, says that attempt was not successful. So what are you able to confirm has in fact, transpired between Iran and the US and the last five days? Well, we haven't been able to actually confirm. Any attack from the United States? However, we'd have been watching a run in threat actress who we've been tracking for quite some time, and they have been carrying out, but we call spear phishing attacks against our customers throughout the United States, public and private sector. I mean, the fact that you have not been able to confirm anything and the fact that Iran's telecommunications minister says an attempt was not successful. What does that tell us that something did happen? It's a pretty murky space, it's difficult from our vantage point to really confirm that type of activity, you can expect it to be very sophisticated in will leave a lot of traces behind. I mean according to multiple reports US in Iran of conducting this shadow cyber war for years now. What is changed in the past few weeks, as tension, sort of grow? We can expect both sides are at least Iranian side to make better use of this capability. They are developing this program to carry out cyber espionage. They use spear phishing attacks again. Access to computer systems belonging to government officials in order to produce uncertainty about what's going on. But the other side of the coin is we've seen around in actors use their capabilities for cyber attack. Typically, they go after the private sector, these aren't extremely complex attacks, but they will bring an organization to a halt with we see them do typically use something called a wiper, which is a destructive attack where hard drives are literally light clean and business can come to stop. Tell me about spearfishing what does that mean? Less, essentially them, sending emails with links or attachments to get somebody to open them and basically download Mauer onto their system, which would give them access to a system, which they can use to move across a network compromise. Several other machines. Yes. So if this conflict between the US Iran continues to escalate, what can Ron do in cyberspace? What kind of targets would run go after here? If they chose to go after targets the United States, they would go after non-military targets were they enjoy a metric advantage. We've seen this before. We've seen them go after oil and gas, we've seen go after the financial sector then may go after US interests in the Gulf region. Indirectly by targeting US firms business there, so there are a lot of options for them and they have a lot of experience doing this. I mean US citizens it would seem would be deeply affected if Iran cyber-attacks went after oil and gas. Are there other ways regular with citizens might be affected by Iranian cyberattack? I think typically this is an economic attack. This is about causing economic disruption, disruption to companies in production typically talking about systems that are used for Email scheduling in things of that nature. But when countries don't want to escalate. Things to armed conflict, yet allows him to send signals and cause some harm but limited harm. And a lot of ways this is very similar to the maritime sabotage that were also saying it's a tool that they Ryan's can use without necessarily escalating the conflict to a point beyond their control. John Hoult quiz, the director of intelligence analysis with the cyber security company FireEye. He's been tracking the current cyber standoff between the US and Iran. John, thanks very much for your time. My pleasure, we've been hearing a lot recently about climate pollution from air travel, but airlines produce more than greenhouse gas waste. If you fly a lot, you know, what I'm talking about all those single use plastic cups meal, boxes water bottles. Pretzel bags is it all really necessary Qantas Airways in Australia is also asking that question? Here's the world's Jason Margolis with the latest in our series on waste. Back to the other hit Mockus small, the bags out of this spring passengers on a Wednesday morning flight from Sydney to Adelaide. We're greeted in the usual way. But then the plate attendant tacked on something unexpected. Botchy back in joy the wills verse seer away slot. We certainly hype yours. Proud as we ought to be part of aviation history history, the world's first zero waste flight. And that means that old plastic pipe aluminium and food items. We'll be sending they today. We'll be on the composite recycled or reused, Andrew Pirker with Qantas was on that first zero waste flight. And this flight was the first I guess you could call the bar tree. They were thousand individual items that we were moved all substituted from this flawed everything from plastic stirs to individualize salt, and pepper containers altogether Qantas's goal is to eliminate one hundred million pieces of single use plastic annually by the end of next year. That's forty five million plastic cups. Thirty million sets of cutlery, Twenty-one million coffee cups and four million headrest covers Qantas's also experimenting with new types of packaging meal containers from sugarcane and silverware. From cornstarch. The airline is also redesigning its entire approach to cleaning up the design of things like the galley cops that you see go up and down the aisles new carts Lao flight attendants to separate compost, from recycling from lingering fragments of trash brought onboard by passengers for an airline to pull off a near zero waste flight. The redesign also has to go well beyond what happens in the sky and you've got to have the systems in place at the waist off the flight at the end. Susan silky is the director of the school of packaging at Michigan State University. She says composting, for example, has to get directed to an anaerobic digestion system on the ground. And if you're, you're talking about an airline that's going to be landing in places all over the world. You have to have these systems in place, everywhere that the plane is going to offload the waste. That's why Qantas is taking things slowly and has. Flown. Just one test flight to one location. Still Michael Hiscox is confident Qantas can pull it all together. These guys fly immensely complex machines around the world and also separating composting from recycling, not a big challenge for an airline. He says Hiscox study sustainability issues at Harvard University. He's also working with Qantas on getting greener, and he says the biggest challenge to achieving its zero waste goals is mostly beyond the company's control finding suppliers to meet its demand. And for some of this, you know, Nishi compulsive will bioplastic south, there's not a big supply base out there at the moment, but if other airlines follow Qantas's lead that could help drive a market for things like Nishi bioplastics Hiscox believes other airlines will follow as airline competitors tend to do with a big caveat, if, as straw, consume all support, and there were some snow. Small inconveniences on that one flight like slightly slower service as flight attendants figured out the new systems. And so I'm sure some customers complained grumbled like whereas Mawae whatever was my single serving mill Qantas as they had to explain, you know, we want to get zero waste. We think you support this. So we will have to just their lines has it will try another zero waste test flight later in the year with the ultimate goal of reducing seventy five percent of its onboard waste. Of course, one of the biggest environmental impacts of flying may not be things like plastic straws. It's all that carbon dioxide from burning all that jet fuel. And that is a separate far more complicated challenge for the world. I'm Jason Margolis. The world's podcast is brought to you by Goldman Sachs for insights from leading, thinkers, at Goldman Sachs on the state of markets industries, and the global economy, listened to the podcast exchanges at Goldman Sachs, you'll hear discussions on a variety of topics. From a variety of sectors with far-reaching implications including global, and regional growth forecasts. Finding value in today's investing climate the impact of technology on markets and much much more. That's exchanges at Goldman Sachs available on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher soundcloud, and Google play and a GS dot com slash podcast. I'm Marco werman. This is the world. President Trump has delayed the mass deportations. He had threatened would start this week. They were to target undocumented, people who already had deportation orders or head missed court dates. And they were also to focus on families. The president said the deportations would now be postponed for two weeks. But people in several major cities are still bracing for the deportations, including in Houston says Espy knows as head of the largest immigrant rights group in Houston. Feel has been fielding hundreds of calls and running workshops for people at risk of deportation says are the president has delayed this, but are you still bracing for raids in deportations? At some point, the president's tweets have exacerbated the concerning anxiety, people are calling are flooding our office with 'cause they're flooding our inboxes, but at the same time, we have retrained staff, that's talking to folks that we want folks to know that they should craft an action plan and call. All their friends and founded numbers to be there for them. In case any of this does happen giving thing that unfortunately real so receiving false reports of rates happening, so we have deployed a rapid response team all over the city if he's in the greater Houston area that will go out and bear fi these reports, because unfortunately would social media. Somebody's things can go viral in could cause more panicked. But sounds like you are still bracing for the possibility of rates and subsequent deportations. We are because of the fact too, that the president in his tweet said that he was going to give congress two weeks sack to fix asylum laws and things like that. And unfortunately, we've also lost faith in congress to enact anything because of the partisanship issues that exist. So therefore, we know that in two weeks, something else is going to come back in our community in ourselves up to be ready to respond to anything that we need to do if ice were to show up at someone's home or place of work. What are you recommending people? Do we are recommending that people number ones that people do not? Open the door. If immigration comes to their house, they have the right to have immigration or ice, present a judicial warrant, as well as a nice on to make sure that the both signed by judges. So then that way they can see that these orders are real and that they are really looking for that person number to his rescue folks who remain silent anything that they can say, at that time cannon will be used against them immigration court. So we ask people to just say in a very firm voice under the fifth amendment and have the right to remain silent that I'm choosing to exercise that, right? And number three is that they do not sign any documents pertaining to any deportation or anything really number one, because a lot of these documents can contain a very difficult legal language to understand an ember to could be in a language that Folkestone necessarily feel comfortable in reading or speaking, it's also important that they record these interactions, because we also want to make sure that we hold ice accountable, if they are overstepping their boundaries of they're doing things that they're not supposed to have their. Other people in the home and number five. It's important that even before, all of this happens that people get educated that people get organized in that people know that we have to be there for one, another, so individuals have the right to record their interactions with ice or any immigration officials. They do have the right to record these interactions. Yes, has the delay in the deportation action changed the advice that you're, you're giving to people, the advice does not change. We wanna make sure that we take this not as a opportunity to hide in tier barometers paternity to show that we're resilient, and then we're going to print a very bad situation as we normally do into a very positive situation to where we can get our community prepared. We've been very bold in letting people know that we are also undocumented that I'm also undocumented, so that other people can know that if we if I don't back down, then they shouldn't back down either, and we need to assert our dignity and our rights, as human beings and our ability to be here and be here to stay says always be knows of the head of feel of the largest immigrant. Rights group in Houston. Thanks very much for being with us. Thank you for having me this month in Mozambique, the US laid out its plans to significantly increase business investment in low, and middle income countries across Africa, the project doubles down on the idea that US relationships with African countries should be based in trade, not aid as the phrase goes, but it's also an attempt to counter the rapidly growing influence of China on the continent. My colleague Carol hill spoke with Aubrey ruby of the Atlantic. Council's Africa center about why the US is investing more than ever in Africa. Aubrey China has been investing heavily in Africa for years. Is this new approach by the Trump administration a way of playing catch up? Well, China starkly has done a lot of what I would call infrastructure financing, they are giving government to government loans. So in Kenya the government of Kenya borrowed from China to construct a railway, and then Chinese companies built the railway. The US takes a very different approach, which is to invest in companies directly or in projects directly, but they don't give the government to government loan in the same way and they have different sectors of competitive advantage. The Chinese are very good at construction seven of the top ten construction companies in the world are Chinese. Whereas the US economy is based on services, financial sector, technology entertainment sector, these areas that the US excels in, but despite their divergent approaches is investing in Africa through this new initiative away to counter Chinese influence there. Yes. This is the protest to ramp up the US economic engagement with African markets. The view is that maybe we've been neglecting emerging markets in African markets in particular for too long, and that the Chinese have kind of. Kept in. So this is a way to try to amp up, what the US has, has done historically, it seems like a bit of a shift for the Trump administration. President Trump had famously referred to low income countries many of which are in Africa in, in less than flattering terms. What's his interest now in Africa? Yes, it's been a market shift from the beginning of the Trump administration because not only were those comments made, but is first budget proposal, did not even include the Overseas Private Investment corporation. So this whole agency was supposed to be zeroed out, in now, instead of being zeroed out, it went from twenty nine billion dollars to sixty billion, so it's a night and day difference from the beginning. And I think it all comes down to a settling in ossification of, of the world view in Washington, that is that the US is competing with China, and in order to compete with China, there needs to be more tools for. From your point of view. What are the likely countries in Africa to attract investment by the US? Well, I think there's a lot of research that shows that US companies and their counterparts in Europe and to invest in countries that have better rule of law, and better business regulations. And then the larger markets. So, of course, there's a lot of interest in Kenya in Ethiopia in Nigeria, of course, because of its size, but also gonna Ghana's a favourite of US companies. And what's been the feedback from African countries? Are they in principle interested? Yes. I mean, African countries are interested in investment from all over the world. You know, the challenge of job creation across African markets is so enormous that they need investment from everywhere. And even the Chinese only covered twenty percent of Africa's infrastructure needs. So they need investment from everywhere. And I think most countries are welcoming the greater interest from. The US Aubrey ruby, thanks for taking the time to talk to us. Thank you. It's a pleasure or ruby is a senior fellow at the Atlantic council's Africa center speaking there with the world's Carol hills. Hi. I wanna tell you about a new pier X podcast called things that go, boom. It's all about foreign policy. But not in the way you might think at things that go, boom, they tell stories about our lives in the world around us in an effort to better understand the ins outs in what have use of what keeps us safe on the new season. They tell the story of the secret back channel meetings political ploys, and even broken bones that led to the Iran nuclear deal. And since President Trump yanked us out of that deal. They ask are we headed for nuclear war things that go boom second season called fallout is available now. Listen on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Marco werman coming up on the world endangered rhinos flown from the Czech Republic to Rwanda in an effort to help their species survive in the wild. It's really a huge undertaking by European association zoos and aquariums, and we hope it, it's it can be the example of many that story's still ahead here on the world. Residents in the Indian city of Chinoy had to buy water that got trucked in this month after the city nearly ran out in southern New Jersey residents are facing the opposite problem as they clean up after massive floods. The forces of nature have always created risks, but climate change is increasing those risks and fast. We're in for more dangerous heat drought, and wildfires more flooding heavy downpours than infrastructure damage. The rules Caroline Bieler was just on a two-month expedition to Antarctica with scientists researching climate change, and along the way she spoke with one of the ship's staffers about risk and how to manage it. Keira I have funded quick whether do we Jimmy sins job as marine technician to deal with whatever and are the cook and throw it her today, she's in a small boat and you're a little rocky island, just off-shore of west Antarctica, and what it throws at her is a fifteen hundred pound elephant seal looking at her inflatable boat like it's lunch. He started eyeballing the pontoons on the zodiac, and he kind of like opened his mouth like he was gonna put his mouth on it, Joey grew up in Alaska, where she learned to stand her ground with big wild animals. And so those instincts, kicked in, and I was just like no don't bite my, but this is just one of the thousand work related risks. Joey takes on every day, big and small, she runs small boats, and heavy science equipment on the Nathaniel b Palmer research vessel here in west Antarctica. It's dangerous physical work in a place where falling over. Aboard could kill you in a matter of minutes. So Joe he's a stickler for safety. One day she guides a big metal scientific instrument off the decorative ship into the water below. It's a super cone day, but she's still tethers herself to the ship. We've had waves the we'll come through the door. And like break over my head, you could definitely lose your feet two weeks into the two months signs expedition. We're all reminded of why these safety precautions are necessary. We have to the, the shifts chief scientists rob Larter announces returning around for a medical emergency. We're headed to nearest research base on the Antarctic peninsula. Cool sleigh have a hold strip in an across the go from that South America. So is the quickest way of guessing somebody by to proper medical care. The quickest way is still a thousand miles and four days away. When we arrive offshore of the science base, Joey helps get sick crewmember over the side of our ship into a small boat that varies her to land to me. This is a powerful reminder of just how remote and Volna Rable we are. But for Joey knowing in the back of your mind, we're four days away from doctor. That is like a driving force behind all of the little meticulous things that we do Joey, on her ninth trip to Antarctica, and she's comfortable with the risks. She assumes to be here, partly because she has some control over her safety. But this job is bringing her face to face with a different kind of risk risks stemming from climate change and with climate change. It's different feeling because you don't get a choice in entering that situation. She tells me about growing up in Alaska and watching glacier, shrink before her very eyes on a very deep like personal. It's very painful to see that. And those problems just seem so exponential, I don't even know how to begin protecting myself and my life and my livelihood 's from what is already starting to happen. A month into our trip. We finally arrive at our destination and come face to face with another disappearing glacier, a huge one Thwaites glacier. It's melting fast and could one day trigger up to eleven feet of sea level rise. When we get there is a summer day, but also an exciting one, no one's ever been where we are before doughy up on the fifth deck. Catwalk with a few scientists the edge of the glacier, slumps down to the water like a sledding hill, and has these erotic peaks poking up, it does not look like a sheer cliff of ice like a healthy glacier, would test run to. We're sailing so close Joey suggests we try bouncing our voices off the face of the glacier. Hugh. Joey said this was thrilling moment, but also a weird one like stirring climate change in the face. I kind of felt sick like my stomach got kinda quivering because it's a very dramatic encapsulation of the chaos, that's being experienced all over the planet right now with bigger storms and crazy temperatures and to see this glacier, that, you know, should have a geometric front all kind of formed over and erotic just really sent that home Joey into colleges. Gibo to loto are struck by chunks of ice that look fragile Nuff to blow away, felt little block right there. That is just like sitting there perch perfectly like, who knows how long it'll stay there. Bordman clerk Ford surgery. Yeah. This one. That one too. Joey lives in Maine now in a house, she's renovating with her husband. It's six miles from the coast, but the area still flood, sometimes during storms, they've seen it, I've seen water like roll into parking, lots and things like that. In the towns near where I live. She wonders what will happen, sweets glacier, melts and pushes up sea levels around the world. It makes me think about protecting the things that I have which I don't have very much. But what I do have is important to me, and kind of putting it in a place where the ocean, which is a giant scary. And mercilus thing can't get to it. The risks we face from climate change may be big and hard to wrap our heads around, but we have no choice but to get better at planning for them for the world. I'm Caroline, Bieler all of Caroline's reporting and photographs from Dhaka or online at the world dot ORG doing with and protecting ourselves. From the impacts of climate change can be an emotional struggle. As much as anything else that's a problem that public health workers are seeing more and more of Ashley Consolo is one of them. She's a health geographer and researcher at memorial university in labrador in Canada. She spoke about this with my colleague Carol hills. Actually, we've just heard Joey Patterson express that she's struggling to deal emotionally. We what she calls the cast that's being experienced all over the planet right now. You have a term for that you call it ecological grief. What do you mean by that? So ecological grief is grief for the pain, or the sadness or suffering that people identify as experiencing when they lose a beloved ecosystem or species or place. So it's grief that situates us within the environment and within the ecosystems in which we live, and which we need for our overall health or wellness our cultural identities in our overall mental health. How is ecological grief expressed? There's a whole variety of ways that people experience it so summer from acute impact. So when we're thinking about major events like forest fires or flooding or major storms and hurricanes, the immediate grief that people feel or the immediate fearing slighty that they're experiencing when they're at the frontlines of these, these changes is also the grief that then comes after so the sense of loss, the sense of fear the ongoing impacts the mental health that come from these large events with these wrath events. There's also grief. That comes from slow and creeping changes so people that are seeing shifts in environments in ecosystems over months, or years, or decades, and feeling that ongoing sense of pain and suffering of watching a beloved place change. How does ecological grief differ from other types of grief? Well ecological grief is very different form of grieving in some ways because many people have described it as grief without end. So right now, we're living in such a as as your, your previous person discuss this chaotic world of loss. Some people have identified it as the sixth mass extinction. We know there's climate change weather shifts things that impact us on a daily basis. But also things that are going to impact our planet in the health and wellbeing of many species, moving forward in some ways, it's very similar to other forms of grief, because it can be very isolating. It can be very debilitating. But simultaneously at it can also be something where we find comfort in others in, in community, another important difference, about ecological grief is, we don't have rituals to celebrate a passing or death of more than humans in the same way that we do with humans like funerals and other kinds of things. Yeah. We don't have those similar sort of moments where remark a loss or. Passing, m we're community often comes together to support the people who have had lost. We're have you witnessed ecological grief, and how is it exactly affecting people's mental health? I began over ten years ago to work with inmates in the new not Suvit region of northern labrador. And in this region intimate have been experiencing loss of sea ice shifts, in species rapidly warming temperatures changing access to places that are really important for spiritual and cultural reasons and all of this has led to a rapid shifts in culture in livelihoods and people's overall mental health. So one of the things that people would discusses is the pain and grief, that they were feeling from the loss, and then also a loss of a really morning, what it means for future generations. You know, as you know, mental health is pretty complicated. A lot of people already prone, depression, or anxiety, or fear or have specific life circumstances, that can tip them toward these things. So how do you know what you're calling ecological grief is a real thing that is really these environmental disruptions that are acting people's mental health. Yeah, this is a great question, and it's actually one of the most pressing questions in the field, right now, one of the ways that we identify it is through people's own self reporting with experience. So sometimes people who have already present mental health challenges, or who know they're susceptible to particular things will be able to identify to say, you know, these shifts in climate or this environmental law said, I experienced actually magnified my other experiences with mental health other people have been able to say I've never experienced this sense of ongoing pain, or loss before I've never felt so much anxiety about the change in the future. So a lot of it is from people, self reporting other pieces, that we know are through more quantitative epidemiological studies that are happening around the world where people are actually linking things like increase mental health clinic visits to changes in temperature or increases in suicide rates at the population level per half degree your degree temperature increases. So there's lots of different ways that research is trying to, you know, tease these things out. Because as you said, it's so complex. And oftentimes what we hear with things like ecological grief is sometimes people don't know what's affecting them, so they feel a number of different things, they have some strong emotions, but they're not really able to put sort of a, you know, an idea term to it. And sometimes when they hear about ecological grief, they can start to think about, you know, are there environmental things that are impacting me now for some people that's, that's much more clear, because they're at the front lines or they've experienced something like we discussed previously around wildfires or floods and are very acutely in the trauma moment for other people with those creeping and slow and gradual changes or even just the knowledge of knowing how things are changing around the world. That's sometimes harder to tease out and harder to figure out about how it's actually impacting your your daily lives. Your overall sense of self and your overall mental wellbeing. You know, struck by another thing that Joey Patterson said and Caroline dealers report that we just heard she said, I don't even know how to begin protecting myself and my life and my livelihood from what is already starting to happen. So to starting to understand what you call ecological grief does that seem to help people giving a name to something. It certainly does. So back in two thousand nine the Lancet commission, which is a major health commission in the world's released a report where they identified climate change is the biggest public health threat of the twenty first century as we move forward. Now, people are really starting to thank, you know, it might actually be mental health related to climate change this biggest public health threat. And so, starting to have these conversations starting to find ways to identify it starting to name it starting to find opportunities for people who are struggling to deal with the chaos and how to make sense of it to start to find the language to talk of it to express it. And also, to have it taken seriously at the political level, in education systems in public health, professional health practice. What we're grappling with as a human needy at the existential level is really not fully understanding. What's actually happening? And I think sort of this idea around. How do you even begin to grapple with a chaotic world? And makes sense is really where many, many people are at. And I think really where as a species were struggling, and what does it mean? So I think when we're trying to tease out what's other forms of mental health versus what's climate and environment related mental health, a lot of them overlap and a lot of them interact, and interrelate, and some will magnify and some will actually assist us in building, resilience though. Their protective factors. So I think the key is understand that, that right now, we are living in such a rapid transition and that rapid transition will always have impacts and affects, and they will be different and they will be inequitable around the globe. But they are something that is going to be increasingly part of what it means to be human. And what it means to be alive right now in this period of rapid transition. Ashley Consolo is director of the labrador institute. Thanks, a lot Ashleigh. Thanks so much. Carol those worlds Carol. Let's talk about ecological grief with Ashley Consolo public health researcher at memorial, university, and Happy Valley. Goose Bay labrador. The democratic presidential candidates. Well, at least twenty of them anyway. We'll debate this Wednesday and Thursday nights tomorrow, here on the world where they stand on immigration people, Tom because they are fleeing terror in Central America. They fear for their lives. Then we have a moral responsibility to listen, the tell over a billion Muslims in the world that they are not welcome to come into the United States since the horrible message and something that runs absolutely contrary to American values a preview of the democratic presidential debates that's tomorrow, right here on the show. Istanbul is celebrating the result of a controversial mayoral election. The opposition party won the first election in March forced to run off and one again in yesterday's voting. The results are seen as a strong rebuke to Turkey's, president repti- air to one who called for the do over. After his party lost in March. C N N gun is a former Turkish diplomat and runs a think tank in Instanbul says Ekram Imola's win in the mayor's race is at the very Lisa symbolic victory over Eto on stumble is her keys economic heartland, it is the cultural and business capital of the country and the largest city, this is where incidentally presidents reject type at once all political trajectory started when he surprisingly won the race will becoming the mayor of his stumble Beck in nineteen Ninety-four, and since then the city has been on the hell of parties that are linked to add-ons political heritage. So that is a major shift which will have some important consequences for the future turkeys, politics. I mean, it also seems to be a powerful message for the winner of this runoff election to say that first result back in March was not a fluke. Why do you think Ekram Imamoglu, inspired people? Like what was his campaign like, first of all, you proved to be a very able campaigner, but above all, he did two things remarkably well is to consolidate the opposition hopes. That's the renew a dilemma for the Turks show position in the sense that they remained fragmented and immobile was very successful in a coalescing that support behind him the second recipe for success is that he's been able to transcends the now pervasive feature of Turkish politics, opium, an identity politics. So how big of a blow do you think this is to president Richard type air to one and his party? Well, it's certainly the biggest blow of his political carrier. This is really the first time that he's at losing end of an election. But this is obvious suggests starts a crummy memo Lou needs to Denver as the new mayor of his stumble. In order. To consolidate his place, as a major political figure in church politics, can this change in assemble have any effect on relations between Turkey and the United States or any other countries that may become disillusioned with the strongman politics of the era, not in the short term because at the end of the date are on remains the presence of the country on their heavily centralized power system? However, EMA Mola's win and the wide margin could also introduce a number of changes within the Turkish political system over time, especially if it consolidates his position as they successful locally, there's that might over time, we can the popularity of the ruling party and open up new scenarios for political change in Turkey. Are you hopeful by this news of the election of Akram Imamoglu off -solutely? I am this shows that despite its many shortcomings democracy jerky is vibe. Rinse despite having an unfair playing fields contended like Imamoglu can win an he has one with a record number of votes for the city. Synon- HOGAN, chairman of the center for economics and foreign policy. Studies in assemble thanks very much. Thank you. Finally today. Five critically endangered. Black rhinos wrapped up a pretty historic trip. They were transported from the European zoos where they've been in captivity all the way to Rwanda. The goal is to boost east Africa's black rhino population, which has been depleted by poachers. They arrived in the capital, Kigali international airport on board a seven four seven early this morning. And now they're getting to know their new home. I could Gary national park on the eastern edge of Rwanda. Yeah, I'm in the middle of ACA national park. So this is just Gruner his park manager of Gera. So I gather the seven forty seven that transported, these rhinos landed earlier today have were you on the flight? Or have you seen the Rinus since they landed? Yeah. I wasn't on the flight. But we, we were there receiving we making sure everything was radio on this end. We only got them out about three hours ago. So in the end, it was about a thirty five forty hour trip from from loading in Europe to coming back to Africa. And to coming into the holding holding areas in academia, how do they seem after all those hours in the air and now getting transported off the plane into their pens understandably. Their shattered. They're tired. They needed a top of some water. It's a stressful venture for anything. Let alone just an animal so that they're still just coming down from the sedatives and, and we'll see in the morning. It's late in the evening here right now. But we went to check on them. Eh. They're looking at. She really, really. Well. How endangered is the eastern black rhino spaces, and what will having five more in Rwanda due to reestablishing the black rhino population. It's critically endangered 'em days about five thousand black rhinos, but this subspecies Michaela, which is the eastern bloc Reiner is only by thousand the main ranges was Kenyan Tanzania, so to have some inner one days, actually, fantastic to supplement the twenty we already have let saying of don't keep all your eggs in one basket is there, you know, now we're another range state, and we can contribute to meaningful conservation in east Africa. Yes. So these five rhinos, I gather they have names introduce us to who these new five animals are in Rwanda. Yeah. We have three that come from and drew curves. Safari park drew crawl of in Czech Republic is Yasmina. She's the oldest of them, and she's a female, we have. Any who's in eight year old, male and eary, who's another young female. And then we have one that comes from, from England in the UK called, all Monty, and one from Denmark called Mandela, who's another young male. I mean that's what I was gonna ask next they come from Czech Republic from Denmark from the UK. I mean, we'll do okay in this new home in Rwanda, this new environments. Yeah. They will put together as of November last year in in Czech Republic to, to familiarize themselves with each other. Granted they are from, from enclosures in, in Europe. But you know, there's proof they, they re wild very well. And this is going to be a process over time. It's not going to happen overnight, and the are some cases way. It's what so, well, so we hope to replicate the and let them breed with our existing population here in the future and really have a good strong. Genetic diversity of, of black Reiner's says he said the adjustment won't happen overnight. But what is? Your plan Jess for these five rhinos. When the rises tomorrow morning with it's going to be transition. They should we've brought a lot of food from what they used to. And we'll slowly transition them onto natural browse that we have vegetation, we have here, and then in a couple of months, probably put them into lodging closures of about one hectare, and then they go into one hundred tests, and then into actually at three thousand hectares sanctuary for for the next year or two. Well, good luck to you, jus- animal. Rhinos. Thank you very much. Let's just Gruner the park manager of Garan, Ashford park in Rwanda, the new home for five eastern black rhinos from Europe. Just thanks for your time, much appreciated. Home sweet home. That'll do it for us today from an and Bill Harris Sudi is at W GBH in Boston. I'm Marco werman back with you tomorrow. He our public radio international.

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