34 Burst results for "Couple More Questions"

What Would Justice Toward Anthony Fauci Look Like?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

What Would Justice Toward Anthony Fauci Look Like?

"Now people like Fauci will never stop until there is justice and we're going to kind of dwell and chew on this idea of what would just as possibly be towards someone like Anthony Fauci. But let me tell you what Congress should be doing. Congress should be conducting legitimate oversight. Not just inviting Fauci and asking him a couple questions. But going into the NIH, taking over the conference room, conducting meetings, the founding fathers would have found this to be a violation of the core moral backbone of what would make our government operable.

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Why Are We Allowing Traitors Into America?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

Why Are We Allowing Traitors Into America?

"The demand to resettle afghan refugees brings the war home. So i just have a couple questions about this. Afghan story somewhat actually ties together with all this indoctrination by all. This is tied together. Why would we bring in one hundred and forty four thousand. Afghans is that the number right connor bringing in one hundred forty four thousand and by the way you know what's so funny is everyone's like it's our translators. It's our interpreters. These translators for the translators. They're not translators. These people don't speak english. so who are they. How did they get. These are not even special clearance holding visas the people that well they help us in the hills in fact i sat down with someone from the military and they said look anytime. I went along side of one of the translators. You said they'd shoot us in the back. We had to take their ammo and put them in the back of the car and we would actually do the mission and we call it. An afghan led mission. Because we didn't trust them because they were traitors. that's what that is. What a high level ranking official the military told me

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"couple more questions" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"I think we need to integrate a lot of our strategies. I think that we need to do our own. Research push our own policies and push our own kind of robust and powerful in radical agenda. We cannot allow despair to have the final word as cornell. West that sammy touch on such important points around the information that our community members are getting about matters that are of great importance to all of us about how we will maintain its momentum for equa driven progressive agenda. Thank you for those points. As we're nearing the end of this this gathering. I do have a couple more questions but i would love to the begin opening it up to anyone does have thoughts or reflections reactions to what folks are sharing. Feel free to either on mute yourself or let me know. I know nicholas had a point at this point again. I want to make sure that she has an opportunity to speak as disappointing election. Was i think that those that oppose us how this assumption that our movement is where we're at. It's the position that we're currently in. And so they do everything that they can. You know to get us to to move from those positions but if somebody's very passionate about community about change it doesn't matter if they have an elected official title. It doesn't matter if they're an executive director of a nonprofit. You going to find a.

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Elsie Teaches Emma To Be An Internet Mom

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Elsie Teaches Emma To Be An Internet Mom

"You're listening to beautiful podcasts. Emma recently shared that. She's expecting a baby this summer. So in this episode. I'm giving her a one on one on how to survive life as an internet mom online bullying in general overstepping in parenting on. The internet is always tough. But it's extra extra extra tough when you're a brand new mom so if you're at a similar stage in life to us this episode is for you and if not you can just listen and be glad that it's not you. Yeah yeah i was like how about we do an episode where you just give me advice about being a mom online. Because i just feel like. That's one area that People get royal judgy in mean on like even more than normal yet. I'm like ooh what's going on with this. Like i didn't become a mom till i can't remember enough. I was thirty four. Thirty five luscious say. I was in my mid thirties. When i became a mom so i had a whole decade of watching other people do online before i started so i knew it was gonna be rocky in that way. Yeah and it was everyone has boundaries whether you see them or not but even if you feel like you have pretty tight boundaries other people will not see it that way and it's it's just very challenging because a lot of the meanest comments you'll get our projections. It's not even really about something you did. It's about something that that person feels or that that person went through or that they're somehow trying to protect your child from so let's jump in. We've been blogging fourteen years so we definitely know how to deal with rude comments. Let's just put that out there. In the beginning it does get easier. We know how to delete in block. We know how to respond. We know how to learn from something. That is legitimate criticism. All of those things are normal to us for seasoned pros but when it comes to being a mom it does change it a little bit and I wanna give them a pep talk. That i never got because in some ways i wasn't prepared and i think especially in my first year of parenthood. I was a little bit more defensive than i am now. I wish that i wouldn't have been interesting. The internet tends to get really really invested in bloggers having babies and. I know that this already happening to emma. Even though it's like she's the most private person. I know a lot of bloggers. And she's probably like in the top two. Most private bloggers out of all of our group of friends. And it's still going to happen. So take notes emma. Here's your pop talk. Are you ready. Yes. let's do it. Yes and tell me and tell me what you think about each thing. Because i want to hear your thoughts to. I don't know parenting. I wanna say up front like the one of the reasons why we didn't make this parenting podcast and why we don't do. A lot of parenting advice is because that's not our job and we know that like i don't want it to be your job but i think in this one episode. I think it's worth it to just like go there Because we have learned some things and you're about to enter into a season where you're the most tired and the most stretched then that you've been in a long time and then to pile people being mean to you on top of that is just not fair. That's what i wish people. Well and i definitely feel like When people have made comments or criticism of my job which is like pudding In craps and things like that on the internet so if someone's like this recipe sucks. I'm like well you know this. I m putting this out there as a part of my career. Cookbook out. I you know have a. That's a big part of what i do on our blog. I feel a lot more like okay. This is what i'm choosing. But i don't really consider being a mom part of my career. I consider it something that i've always wanted to do. And i'm sure. I will want to share photos of my child and and myself being pregnant and things like that here and there but i don't really think of it as this is a career move. I just think of it as oh my mom's going to want to see this i'll post. Yeah okay well. It's harder when it's like that on that. No i have to skip ahead to point number five. Just read too early because it relates to what you're saying it says okay even if you make zero dollars from your kid never put them in and at et cetera. People will still call your mom blogger so just like let it happen. I was in a magazine article in. I think like people last year where they were calling me a mom blogger and it also had like clear and joanna from the home edit. They're definitely not mom bloggers either and then it had us with like you know some of the people who actually are mom workers so i feel like just having a kid in some people's minds makes you in the category of mom blogger. But i do think it's own business that the people who choose to do that they make these choices they make these big boundaries. They make these sacrifices. None of those things are we doing. And we're not even trying to enter into that category. It just gets muddy and other people's minds. Yeah okay so my first piece of advice and this is the best advice anyone ever gave to me. Before i became a mom and i think it's the most important parenting advice you can have is that you have to choose to listen to your instincts over everything so especially being a mama will want to give you a lot of advice from everything from you. Know your car seat choice to your education choices. You know if you ever open up about anything personal or any kind of struggle with your kid. The advice you'll get will be overwhelming and massive but your inner voice is already telling you at least for me every point in my parenting journey. My instincts have told me what to do. And i think that you can really trust them. They're there for a reason and they're really the biggest thing that you don't wanna ignore to now that makes sense. Yeah i'd i didn't read a ton of parenting books i've talked before about. I love the danish way of parenting. I and i did read a couple of books about adoption when we were first opting but reading like a ton a parenting books. I don't think is necessary. I think you have to listen to your own. Inner voice and it's good also to get like a core group of other moms who have some stuff in common with. You can listen to them. Like i usually ask my best friend a couple questions a year. You know or ask other moms. Who are bloggers laura. You know like ask her things whenever it has to do with like you know blogger specific stuff so

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Clubhouse's Path to Ubiquity and Monetization with Mallory Lee

Marketing Spark

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Clubhouse's Path to Ubiquity and Monetization with Mallory Lee

"In the past month clubhouse has gone from a low profile social media platform to a red hot entity despite the invite only and limited to ios us. Many people are exploring the audio platform to learn more about how it works and its potential benefits and one of those people is mallory league who was has established herself as popular room moderator. Which will get into valerie. Welcome to marketing spark. So for the uninitiated. Maybe you can provide us with your take on. What is it. How does it work. Why is it so popular. I think there was some scarcity of invite so it made it really popular right. People were like what is this. And i don't even know what it was when i first signed up. I just knew how to be a part of it right. And then i really don't man and i can it to there's two two parts of it. There's the seems like a conference right where you can listen to. People speak on a subject or topic. That's interesting to you. And maybe you get piper. Ask questions but maybe not because there might be a thousand people haram or it's more like a live podcast where you can interact and there's a topic in might be you know twenty thirty people in the room and i've seen him as low as ten people. You can get firsthand knowledge and information from subjects experts that you may not have otherwise been able to connect with one of the things that i'm curious about. Is that a lot of hard core. Lincoln users have jumped on clubhouse so a couple questions to ask you. Have you discovered the synergies are between the two platform how you can make one. Plus one equals three and the second one would be. How do people split their time. Because lincoln is a creature that needs a lot of love and attention and so does clubhouse. So i when i open on clubhouse a lot more and now. I'm more methodical with my time. I don't just go rooms to go in rooms and rooms to learn and to share information and i think it was linked in. I've been what i've been doing is when i'm in a room you ever is in that room. I connect with them immediately on gen hastily on clubhouse some able to transition the conversations i'm having on clubhouse into a forum where i can control it a little better because kausar not. You can't control this much because there's moderators in. You can't chat with the other person while you're on it rate so it's a little you've got to take that conversation elsewhere to So tell me about your clubhouse back story. How long have you been on the platform. Who invited you. Was it immediately appealing or did have to think about it. I so i. I saw chatter on nick. Dan and i had no idea what it was an imsa. My friend ariel lee. And i was like. Hey what's clubhouse. Can you get And she's like. I got you so she got someone to be an invite in the first week i like was on. Its way too much. I like walking around with my headphones in ignoring my entire house and i realized that that was too much united to be a little a little bit better very clear. I'm on it for a few weeks. Now and i enjoy it. I enjoy now. That i control it a little better. Like it's really easy to get sucked in that mentality. Don't want to turn it off you. You've got you've got to work with your time. I yet it's like a shining new toy especially for people who loves social media and if you spend a lot of time on linked in and you're seeing the benefits there's almost this sense of fomo because people don't wanna miss out on something if turns out to be amazing they don't wanna be a laggard. One of the things i found is like you. I spend a lotta time on clubhouse listening to random conversations. A lot of them about linked in ironically and yet and. I was really amazed by the fact that people are so enthusiastic. And so rabbit about it. Do you think clubhouse is addictive. Or you think it's just new and interesting and people just can't help themselves with the climate of kobe. Everyone having to be on zoom look pretty and presentable. It's nice to easily be able to hop on a platform and not worry about what you're doing right. So that's something that i enjoy about it like i can easily pop it on my car or i'm getting ready for work or you know i. I don't have to worry about how. I look his gauge. With these people that i otherwise would have been a zoom situation to. Do you know what i mean. I think it's a great tool to use if you're using it correctly and its imports. Her notes you. It's not just about business. Like i'm in a a nutrition one that listed on time to time. You know there's other aspects of it that's beyond just you know the business side too. So that's interesting because the more that i explore clubhouse the more that i realized there's rooms about everything and anything and i think what makes clubhouse appealing these days is a lot of people are feeling disconnected and lonely and isolated and they also they want to connect with people like minded people really easily and clubhouses a great platform. That i think one of the things. I like about clubhouse if you can get an invite is that any rooms available to anyone and for the most part you can raise your hand get on stage and participate and i think that's it's almost like they're democratizing the platform. I think that's the really interesting thing about clubhouse. I think you're gonna start out your first learning religious learning etiquettes you When we first started there was a bunch of us that get remedies talk about clubhouse etiquette. And just making sure that you're over speaking the moderators and you're asking questions. You're not rambling on rate. You need a treat. It like a forum where you're asking experts questions versus for having a conversation to how do i mean one of the things. That interested is just a lot of people are trying to see the value of clubhouse both professionally and personally because it can be a rabbit hole you can get on clubhouse in an hour or two hours later you're still listening and still participating so far you've been on a short time. What's been the value to you like. What are you getting outta clubhouse that is going to make it part of your social media portfolio. Because i've been very methodical about how i use it and i don't just go on there and not connect with the people that i'm engaging with because they're starting to get to know me as a moderate rooms a lot and i host rooms to arrive new subject matter experts. I always make sure So to because someone might be in the room with me. And i'll never see them again. Right where i maybe had a good conversation with them where i pulled out conversation on telling dan i kinda nurture it. I think that's been the most beneficial for me. And i've met really good people that have become great connections for me and now they're in my professional network which he thinks really helpful so if someone's new to clubhouse and they're trying to be strategic about the content that they consume in the rooms that they participated and can you give them some tips because it is very hard eight know exactly where to be 'cause clubhouse have a good scheduling interface yet. How do you identify the places were you should be or you wanna be and then planted within your schedule so i would start here. I would look I wouldn't go into schedule rooms quite yet. I would if you probably have a friend on clubhouse if you're on there right because you have to have been by. I would look in your app to see people that you're following which rooms therein in go into those rooms because then you've already got like a you know someone that you know and usually they'll Oh my friend. So and so just popped into the room. If i'm moderating i think it'll help you get more comfortable platform and then start popping onto rooms that you don't know the person or your. It's a new a new room for you. That's how i got most comfortable with ed. So a lot of people start on clubhouse they just participants. They don't want to say anything. They don't want to raise their hand. They're terrified to go on stage and then people get a little brave. The razor hands they got on stage. And it's kinda like where. I live in canada. We go to the cottage and you jump in the lake. So it's kind of like being on the dock of the lake right. You're you know it's going to be cold or you think it's going to be cold and you wait and wait and some shelves you win and then suddenly it's not as cold you think. And that's what clouds feels like. So once you get on stage it's great then you want to host a room but you've become a very popular moderator like. I've used you for three of our rooms and it's great. So how did that happen. And i have no idea. I think when when we would just host these rooms about lake. Dan and we would my friends and i would make each other moderators Because you need at least two moderators in case you get kicked out of the room as moderator because your whole will collapse rate so we started doing it in that. I realized it was kind of install. I hosted mail room a couple times and then people just started asking me to moderate. And it's it's definitely. It was nothing. I've ever done before so it was a skill that i kind of had to learn. I'm a polite southern woman. In sometimes i have to be a little pushy controlling ranch. But it's just so we can make sure the flow of the conversation is done well and so i it's it was just kind of interesting Very

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"couple more questions" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"People will start to us again for different reasons. And i know that it seems to be sort of like the most common thing is that people are like. Oh yeah will you have a dislike string of horrible horrible things happen in your life. Of course you started drinking again. But it's actually really interesting. Because i have met several people that have said that's not when they have wanted to drink again. It's when stuff is going really well. They're like on top of the world and they're like oh. My life is awesome lake. Yes like this. Is you know like this is so great. Everything seems to be going really well. That's when they're like. I can for sure have a drink and then and so. I had never really thought about it like that. I was like 'cause. I guess. I sort of always had that stereotypical like will you drink or you use drugs because like you're sad or like you want you know like it is really bad. I don't read a yeah for me. It was always like if you're upset you drink and if you're celebrating you drink and if you know like you're bored you drink it's it's like you can make any occasion that you want to out of out of thin air now. Well i guess it follows that there's people that would depending on the situation they would use it as a cause to. Yeah well that's true. I mean yeah you can. You can come up with anything you know. I got the mail today. What's have you drink. I don't know so okay couple more questions than let you don't hear new year's eve stuff So where did like the guns fit into that. I know that when you were on here previously talking about guns like you had sort of grown up with that did that sort of get like a re lake reinvigorated. Or like reese sparked in your like once you got sober or were you still kind of always playing with at a little bit. A woodworking was pretty. Knew that was a new thing. I mean i got more into shooting and stuff for a while.

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Social Media Site Gab Is Surging, Even As Critics Blame It For Capitol Violence

Here & Now

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Social Media Site Gab Is Surging, Even As Critics Blame It For Capitol Violence

"The amount of election-related disinformation online has dropped dramatically at after several media platforms band president trump. Almost two weeks ago. Facebook twitter pinterest instagram spotify twitch suspended trump and several of his allies on january eighth two days after the deadly insurrection at the capitol and since then misinformation on those savings as plummeted by more than seventy percent. This according to the research firm signal labs dr thompson staff writer at the atlantic joins us from washington as he does every monday and derek. This should not be surprising. Studied by cornell in october showed that globally around the world. President trump was the largest driver of false information about the coronavirus. Still your thoughts on this ban. Reducing disinformation by seventy percent. I think it's pretty straightforward Donald trump is the former in chief. He has been missing former chief for all four years of his presidency. He has tens of millions of followers. So anyone else who was similarly dishonest or similarly disinterested in truth Gonna reach nearly as many people because they don't have tens of millions of followers on twitter and so of course banning him from the site is absolutely reduced this information. It's it's made it harder for him to put stuff into the public waterways of of information and it's been hard to re tweet him or to jump on conspiracy theories and then embellish them as as we have seen so often on twitter on facebook across social media so it's not surprising at all and this is i think exactly what a lot of social media critics have then predicting for years. They've said if you directly. Take on the leading mongers of disinformation. You're gonna be able to erase it from the site. Yeah okay but quite couple questions. Zig no found that twitter mentions election fraud. Went from two point. Five million to just over six hundred and eighty thousand it reports that hashtags related to the insurrection at the capitol dropped a core across platforms by about ninety five percent. Twitter by the way also banned seventy thousand accounts affiliated with ridiculous and baseless cunanan on conspiracy theory so first question given how immediate the impact was. It doesn't show that these platforms could have done this sooner. I think this is tough. So social media has in the last decade banning. What i acquainted with the wild west in terms of its regulation they haven't exactly applied laws evenly. They don't necessarily even have laws. The kind of regulation that you need to apply across social media platforms facebook twitter etc doesn't exist at the federal level yet and as a result there was a little bit of a lese sayre anything goes sort of feel like and if you've ever seen a television show removing about the wild west in the middle of late nineteenth century that's essentially what you had Online now we're starting to see the law creep into the proverbial wyoming's of twitter and facebook. They're starting to really take action against people that very clearly violated terms of service. And in this case you know incite violence basement conspiracy theory. So i'm not surprised at this happened I think that the incident of one six the insurrection. The capital siege Essentially served as a litmus test And you saw a lot of social media companies essentially act around that. But i think we need rules going forward because hopefully fingers crossed. You're not gonna have moments like the capital siege or that insurrection every single week but you still need some law going forward determine who stays on the site and who violates the terms of service so much. They have to be platform. Well wait a minute. Isn't this though. Whack-a-mole i mean doesn't this mean that president trump and his allies and white supremacists who follow him and average voters will just gravitate to or create other forms. Really interesting question. So on the one hand i totally agree with you If they're kicked off of facebook kicked off of twitter they're just gonna go to some place like gabar parlor but with parlor for example we saw that parlor itself was somewhat d. platform. Or at least unserved. You had companies that were providing both its servers technology and discover ability. Essentially say you have proven yourself beyond the pale and we don't want to work with you anymore. So we'll see where these people go because they're going to go somewhere right now. I think they're probably going to this other social media site called gab But it raises the prospect that today you know you look at a place like facebook and twitter and it is inclusive of a huge wide variety of ideologies. Far left to far right. But what happens when social media sites essentially. Start to buy kate by ideology. Where say you know. The centre-left is on twitter and conservatives are on You know gab And then the leftist go onto some other platform. It means that are already fractured already. Somewhat shattered sent to the shared reality in america is going to become even more fractured an even more fragmented

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COVID-19 vaccines will be administered at Disneyland

Bob Sirott

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19 vaccines will be administered at Disneyland

"One night we talked about what Dr. Most yesterday we had a couple questions about vaccination plans, and Dr most who always joins us on Monday mornings, talked about the vaccination distribution plan. And a lot of people in asking about why big places don't do mass vaccinations. Actually given some news here this morning, coming the way a variety that the happiest place on earth Said to become a super site for distribution of the cove in 19 vaccine, and of course, that's Disneyland. We've heard of movie theaters being converted into testing sites. But this is the first mass scale wide open air place to be converted into a vaccination distribution plan stating from the Orange County, they say the Disneyland resort Stepped up. They're gonna host the country's first super vaccination site, undertaking a monumental task in our vaccination distribution

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"couple more questions" Discussed on Creating Strength

Creating Strength

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on Creating Strength

"I do you feel like some days. You're just struggling to keep it together like you don't feel mentally strong enough to be your very best. I get it so we're gonna talk about six habits that can change your life. I promise that even just one of these implementing just one is going to change the way that you think. I have a question for you. I wanna know how you manage your thoughts when you have a thought. Come into your head whether it's positive or negative. What do you then do next or do you even know because maybe you feel like. You're on autopilot. A lot of us are on autopilot. These six habits can actually help you manage those thoughts better create more success in pretty much guarantee that you reach any goal that you set for yourself so i believe it's possible if you want to find genuine trust and confidence in yourself so that you can grow into the person that you were meant to be an experience a higher sense of motivation. Imagine what you could do. If you had no more self-doubt. I find that when i think about losing all that self doubt. It really scares me. It takes courage to face the internal demons that restrict us from achieving greatness. You guys it all starts in your mind. So what was the last big goal that you had thing card. The last truly really really big goal now. Did you run into any roadblocks that you've held you back from accomplishing that goal. Now i want you to think about how you showed up for that goal did you region or not because i'm guessing you didn't reach that goal. You did not show up as your best self. The fact is if you want to achieve anything you got to address your mindset i. It's the key to unlocking who you really are in what you really want in life so want to challenge you and ask you a couple more questions bear with me..

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"couple more questions" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Just a couple more questions here for you s 01 of the things that obviously I think some people are a bit by surprise that how many guys you guys have lost because of injury. But if maintained, ah, pretty high level of performance on the defensive side of the ball and remember talking to day Sean Williams recently about it and kind of about talking about the journeymen mindset and how Hey, I got an opportunity and I'm going to do everything I can to to show up. Of course, he had an interception in this life. Game in his example Is there a mentality about that? That is maybe helped you guys a little bit that you're backs are against the wall. That kind of thing. You know, I think everybody's got to come to Minnesota always how something happens. One person of the next man up mentality and you know it, especially for someone like me. He's gone. Sheldon. You know, we we haven't had the easiest of roads to get where we are now. Um, but how you said it was the opportunity. You know you you sit here and say, you know I can do this. I can do that. No, We're always gonna better ourselves. I can play at this level. I could do this. I can do that. But what happens what really has happened? You have to be able to go out there and show it. One option comes Damn. I think everybody who's you know, with injuries that we've had. You know, we've had a hell of a lot this year. But you know that. So everybody's been ableto keep next hand up mentality. And when you get that opportunity you get that's hands. You gotta make the play. Last one here for you, one of the things that I'm always interested to talk to you. The defensive lineman about is about just how close knit you guys are upon the defensive line and again, you've you've experienced them guys having to come in and out because of injuries. Of course Drill case. He was a guy that I know you guys were counting on this year, but it seemed like you guys were able to, for the most part gel right away where other parts of the team Needed a little bit of time through these 1st 45 games. So why is it that you guys were able to kind of hit the ground running? You know, it varies by position. And you see, this year was different without having a lot of season that, you know, full training camp. Full preseason things like that, but, uh, Well, I mean, it's just kind of very high position. Just kind of you're spending your day with, um But, yeah, I think every defense of land that I have been on I know I could say the rest for every other position that everybody's clothes and you know you're running with the guys on the plane. Um I think defensive line is just something different there something different about us. You know, we had our hands in the dirt and work. Now we're up personal with all the With everything that goes on on the field. You know, we're in the gentian and it's ah You know, you gotta rely on that person next to you, Whether you ever taken a double anymore. Whatever's on one on one black. We had to be able to make saying, you know, you kind of one Another. No, it's just a little different mentality. When you sense do you think that the second year for a lot of the guys that are returning has been helpful being that you guys did this last year? Basically. Yeah. Yeah, you know, having a second year into thinking that it's always been official that extreme, But you know, like I said, we didn't miss out on off season. Receiving training camp. But ah You know, we're making it work, Everybody. Everybody's in the same boat, so that's no excuse for anybody in this league will have the same amount of time. But Everybody's going to be able to make it work and be a professional. And these up, Mike, Congratulations again on the contracts really appreciate your time tonight. Best of luck against the Chiefs. Absolutely. Everything alright? Defensive tackle Mike Purcell and yeah, give him a follow on Twitter. He's been really active at M underscore Purcell. 64. He's got his website up the mike Purcell dot com Vote on his will pull their What type of merch do you want to see on their website hoodies, Dad hats, T shirts and beanies. Dad hats and think about what a dad had is. I should ask him that anyways, That was a lot of fun will get the interview up a Broncos country tonight dot com and he's been just unbelievable for this team. I mean, what what they were able to do. Against the Patriots and the Jets, But more specifically against the Patriots was in large part to how he lock things down. He and Shelby Harris and the station Williams were able to lock things down there. The Patriots really weren't able to get going over there. Run attack, and you do exactly what they wanted to do. Because that the second best rushing attack in the league Cam had a few scrambles here and there. You knew that was gonna happen. You don't want to make Make it be something that broke you, But you knew that. If you were going to beat the Patriots, you we're gonna have to make them one dimensional and an icon. That's why I kind of asked him that question about how much of the game plan how much can they ultimately assess from what they did against Cam Newton? All the way over to now, Patrick Mahomes. It seems different right? Because The Chiefs seem like it. Extremely Mohr explosive offense. I mean, that seems I think across the board, almost everybody would agree with that the way the Broncos were able to play against the Patriots, especially in the secondary. How they were able to lock down those wide receivers Julian Edelman to kill Harry. Ah Bird got a couple of catches in there. But again, nobody really gashed you. We got all the days. Of course, you know when you're facing the Patriots when Rob Gronkowski would basically be able to do whatever he wanted against you, and some combination of Julian Edelman and any whatever whatever their other wide receiver on the outside whenever they were able to dio Gone are those days, obviously, but You know that that's still a team is formidable. Like I said, Second Best rush team in legal to that point, You do wonder a little bit for the Patriots. How much of a factor played. They weren't able to practice very much right over those two weeks. They got in, like two practices over those cup couple of weeks in a Cam only got in one of those sure that's a little bit of a factor. Now. The Chiefs are coming out of a short week here and they played on Monday night. So they're going to get three practices in before they had here to Denver. Last year. I was I was pretty optimistic about where the Broncos were at. I thought they'd have a really good chance to run the ball because the chief for one of the worst rush defense is if you guys remember back last year, when the Broncos welcome the chief's here to Denver, they were one of the worst rush defenses in the league. Well. They sort of flipped the script. And they not only were great egrets gets the run, but they also set a franchise record in sacks with nine against the Broncos and Joe Flacco just basically looked like a tree back there. Find.

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Year of Second Chances

The Daily Boost

05:39 min | 1 year ago

Year of Second Chances

"I want to talk about a year of second chances. I know I took off running really fast. I hope some people get up and listen to the show the first thing in the morning like the get out of bed and listen to me, God bless you today. I can I can. Can I come? Home a little bit Kinda crazy right now but here's the thing. I could bored. I get mad. I got up said, I. Didn't like was going on around this place I don't like what's happening in the world. I don't like people being being sequestered or quarantined I don't like people even doing that themselves. I don't like that because what happens it rubs of me and I don't like that and so eventually I know Scott Eventually, I say to hell with it and I do the right thing I I eat better to care myself I sleep. Better I start getting the positive attitude I start reading a little bit more exercise a little bit more in just a little bit. I do more of that and I say, let's go. Let's get this thing done and I've been feeling that way lately, and I'm really kind of this point like hang on for the ride because I'm going to put myself up and who knows what will happen when I do that don't talk about your second chances. This year Because that's what we have. We're getting close to the end of two, thousand twenty and like I said the beginning of the program. There are two very distinct kinds of people that I'm seeing these days. and. They're my personal life and I, see some of them on Facebook I've got a pretty good group of facebook friends. Why? Because a toss oil the other ones? Yata here if you're allowed mouth if you're if you're hypocritical if you're if you're one political bob type of person and you don't like anybody else that you're gone I, don't even to hear from you. Anymore I don't care I like regular people I like cool people to rules of my life be nice and be cool. That's it. Just be nice and be cool and if you're that way, I'd get along with anybody if not I, don't need you. For this to people I'm seeing my world right now number one people who were sitting around. Quote somebody knocked on my door. Oh, somebody's checking in on the I saw his data click they're responding to my data, Click Shit a turn that off I'm sorry but there from Dallas to them if you minutes here so to counsel people sitting around waiting to see what was going to happen that's it. They're living everyday life. It's mostly normal rights go the grocery stores to kind of working on that zoom machines. Some people going to work the whole thing but pretty much just kinda paused. Is Paused and see them all the time. I think it's okay to be paused a little bit and we are essentially a little bit pas anyway right now. Right. But there are other kinds of people. I've seen as well. And I hope I'm one of them I'm going to if not going to be at this afternoon I promise that they've decided life is too short to wait for things to happen. Don't care what's going on. The starting businesses, they're buying homes, the traveling more all kinds of we are looking at open houses as we can look at it some real estate it's amazing. How many people out there shopping for homes this flitting in and out buying stuff it's cool. Two kinds of people sitting around waiting to happen on pause or kicking butt making things happen which one are you? So my question to you today. Is Have you taken advantage of the opportunity to reevaluate your path. And Deliver Your Passion here in twenty. Twenty. I know not listen. This is kind of hard right now it's not easy for anybody to literally look around you watch the news talk to people see what's happening whatever whatever situation you're in. It is not easy to just decide to do it. You have got to pick yourself up and say, let's go. As a skillset that you've learned over time, you have the ability if you're eighteen or nineteen years old or twenty years old or twenty five, you might not have learned the skill set of dusting yourself off and and doing it again right what if you're older than that? You probably already know you know what it takes to get you pumped up and get you move him. Have you recognize the opportunities that are here liberty reset reevaluate do whatever you want to do in this life twenty twenty s provided that for some people it's forced that. You got to look at the positive way. Have you done that? So I'm a fan of STOIC philosophy, it just fits. Me Really truly does because the one I say explore the possibilities, things like that I love that thing because there's another side of that. So let me ask a couple questions here that are kind of STOIC and maybe might get your juices flowing if I have already done that today in my. Whatever they call his thing today. Don't even know what is. Are you willing to explore those possibilities of life right now. Maybe take direction. If you're willing to explore the possibility that means commitment, which is usually say, but here's the thing. Are you going to reserve the right to do nothing at all? That's very STOIC. The right to reverse to be able to contemplate just about anything and say, Hey, maybe so but now okay and don't have any prejudice toward it. It is what it is. A lot of people go exports darned. It didn't work out and get upset now who cares go explore the possibility re-evalue re evaluate reset figure out what you WanNa do but always reserve the right to not do a thing and if anybody says anything, I reserve the right not to change. Its, okay. Have you done that I know that a lot of folks right now listening to be say that reserving the right not to change reserving the right to explore and see what's possible to cognitively think of because maybe I can do this and then realize heck I don't want to. I get yelled all the time sky. Why'd you stop doing that? It's while got into it all I would like it determined they didn't like it I quit your a no not I reserve the right not to do it if I don't want to. Very STOIC by the way. Are Things in your life right now. Causing you desire. Because you don't have them. Because you want something. Right. or or something not in your life right now that is causing you fear. Something maybe anticipated. Not. In your life in other words are things you don't have and things you're not gonNa have better than causing you some fear. Right now

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Should You Offer Chat Support in Your Business?

The $100 MBA Show

06:05 min | 1 year ago

Should You Offer Chat Support in Your Business?

"Like I mentioned that the top of the episode chat support is a great solution. We've been doing chat support under Ninja for over four years. Now we offer twenty, four, seven life support, and it's one of the hallmarks of our company. It's one of the big reasons why our customers stay customers and the reason people choose us over our competitors but there was a lot of work that needed to be done before we were ready to offer chat support. There's some foundational work you need to do and things you need to consider before you make that switch. It's also important to understand that once you offer chat support. It's one of those things that you want to offer it. It's really hard for you not to offer it again. So once people get used to a certain level of support, you might start with email. Then you'll at chat support if things are not going right or you didn't set yourself up properly and then you remove chat support this disgruntled some customers and really can affect their experience and mega make him feel really took something away from them that they're used to maybe enjoyed. So there are a few things I want to highlight that will help you get prepared to launch chance support in your business the right way. First of all, why would you want to offer chat support in the first place? Why don't you just stick to email more and more every single day every single month every single year chat support is becoming the new phone support. Prefer to chat. Now, text than to get on a phone call it's often faster to solve a problem get questions answered through chat suppor- think about it most people don't make phone calls or take phone calls or get phone calls that often but they sent a lot of text messages and facebook messages and what's happened all that stuff. It's a way for you to go back and forth with your customer live and get them a win in that moment in the moment, they reach you the moment they visit your website allows them to make a decision quickly rather than the hit your website, and then they're like, oh, I, have a couple questions. Let me see if they have. An e mail or contact form and most people don't even go that far they're just leave the website and check out a competitor. But if you have chat support allows them to say hey, I got a quick question. Let me just ask right now there's somebody right there and that question could be very simple. It can be somebody overlooked it could be something that's on your website or on your your sales pages, and the answer that question could make them feel confident enough to make a purchase right then and there it's also a huge benefit a huge benefit for your customers that already paying you. They feel like you always have their back and you're just one message away. And flat out chat support is just fun. You can send him Ho- Jeez and Jeff's funny images, and you can really express your brand and your style through Chad. The email really doesn't do as well. A lot of our branding is done through chance support a lot of our customers become customers because we're like everything like your style on chat your team really made me feel comfortable and welcomed in a professional yet casual way. So what are some of the things that you need to consider before you say Yep, let me go ahead and go chat support. The first thing I want to say to you is a Lotta people think okay. What software do I need to chat with? You know there's a lot of chat software out there whether it's intercom. Or. Fresh desk or Zen desk or help scout there's so many out there. Right and all the offers are pretty much assume depends on your needs not gonNa really get into that right now that's the easy part. But what are the things you need to consider is your customer base where is your customer base? Do you serve only a national market the covers maybe A. Few time zones or your customers international around the world. If that's the case you need to make sure you're able to offer your chat support twenty, four seven throughout the day. So you can cover the entire globe that means having at least three people on chat or on your customer support team. Each of them have an eight hour shift. Now, some people they start with five. It is week of chat versus seven days a week, and that's a good way to get into the game. But if your customers are global, you need to consider the fact that you can't just offer chat certain hours of the day. Those hours could just be in the middle of the night for somebody else and it's just really not a benefit at all you also. Have to take a look at if you have the manpower, the staff to be able to handle the amount of chats are getting. Now if you're on email support right now, this is not a good measure. Why? Because email support takes a little bit effort for the customer to actually send an email they'll probably go through a few other hoops or maybe how the tutorials or Do, a little bit of Reading for trying to figure it out themselves before they email, and this is while I will start with mail because it lowers the number of support requests but also drastically lowers the number of presell emails or chats or you'll messages. So as soon as you offer chat on your website, it's Gong to invite more conversation. That's a good thing because you're. Getting in touch with their customers and you're making connections, but it's also something you need to consider because if you were getting, let's say a hundred emails a day in email support. That's no indication of how many messages are going to get in chat because that's really going to open up the floodgates because now it's easily accessible. People can easily chat with you and send a message. It's not always easy to predict, but the traffic to your website is really a good indicator forgetting getting over one hundred thousand visitors to your website. You're going to have a good amount of those people chatting with you asking questions out say ten percent is a good measure at least ten percent people are going to reach out and ask questions especially, if you prompt them to ask questions, which is really cool. You noon chant. Throwing the pricing you can ask, Hey, you got any questions about pricing or choosing the right plan for yourself chataway with us. If you think about that, if you have if you have one hundred, thousand visitors every month that means ten thousand people chat with you every month now you might think that's a law is a lot and it's better free to over estimate and be ready for the traffic.

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"couple more questions" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We were talking about earlier this week a little bit. You know, some of the catch is that Patrick's been able to make. I know he probably doesn't fit as well. If you're if you're thinking about Judy and Sutton, A guy like Handler might fit a little bit better than a guy like Patrick. But some of these catches that you look back last year and you needed the year previous. He's really He really did a nice job last year, especially later in the year. Coming back from that hand injury and really making an impact in weeks, you know 11 12 13 I thought, hey, was a really valuable piece for this team. Bob or joining us Just a couple more questions here for you, and I'd like to kind of go to another article here. This from from ESPN kind of they went through and picked They were the same bold predictions for training camp coming up. And of course, we're just a couple of weeks away from seeing the pads come on, and having a chance to actually be out there, but that they're bold prediction was that Jerry Judy will exceed the hype. Coming up here in training camp, which, of course, would be fantastic. And I think a lot of people who were maybe a little bit on the fence about taking wide receiver early in the draft will maybe change their tune just a little bit. But in this vein, what are some other Things that you think might come up. So as Faras hype stuff, we see that I mean, wide receivers are always that position that tend to show a lot of hype in training camp or some other guys that you're hyped toe watch. Judy definitely is near the top of list. I think that he's going to probably threatened the Broncos rookie yardage record. I think it you know I was I was on. Ah Ah Alexis Broncos beat with Alexis Perry. Shameless plug. Sorry about that guys. No way we were talking about you know which records we thought could fall this year in the Ricky receiving record was one of them. And I think that people are sleeping as hard as it might be to believe people are sleeping a little bit nationally on Bradley Chub and just The impact that the the motivation he has coming and I mentioned the single sack record game record was four for the Broncos. Ah, bunch of guys have have tied that four sacks in a game throughout the curve on and jump and not touched it. Yet at this point, I think that with that pass rush those guys in the edge combined with Darryl Casey, I think that might be a record that might fall this year. I just think that pass rush is gonna look totally different and look very inspired with a refreshed and motivated braille each other. I think I'm with you on that mat. We do appreciate the time and thank you so much for joining us again. Give a follow on Twitter at Boyer Underscore Matt and Matt Boyer from Broncos TV will talk to you later, man. All right, guys..

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"couple more questions" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In the past for us a couple more questions do you do you renounce his ways do you renounce his works and the answer was yes I renounced them and then the pastor asked me a little eight day old baby on a couple of other questions he said do you believe in god the father your creator do you believe in Jesus Christ as your savior do you believe in the Holy Spirit who takes possession of you it brings you to pay a keeps you fall within that pay and you know what the answer was I believe but the answer wasn't spoken by me the answer was given by my parents and my grandparents and the members of Immanuel Lutheran church in Twin Falls Idaho all those that participated in my baptism spoke for me thirteen years and eight months later almost to the day another big day happened in my life this time in the presence of the members of redeemer Lutheran church here in Denver Colorado and on that day I stood up and I heard those very same questions Tim do you renounce the devil and his works and his ways and I set for myself if you renounce them and I was asked do you believe in god as your heavenly father who created you do you believe in the sun Jesus Christ who is your redeemer do you believe in the Holy Spirit your comforter and I said yes I believe I confirm that date that out my baptismal waters what happened there was for real and it took effect then I was possessed some other things happened the pastor confirmed that I understood what the scriptures help and then I was able to answer the questions the congregation confirmed that I was able to pronounce my faith and and and testify that that I was going to remain faithful to the word of the church but something else happened that day god confirmed that I was his prize possession on that day my dad gave me a they are I still have it hello banner these words Tim I have called you by name you are my those were my dad's words those words come from another go to chapter of mine I say a forty three I'd like to read them for you today I want to read them for you but now thus says the lord he who created you members of peace Lutheran church the whole form do you all people of god wherever you are sure you're not for I have redeemed you I have called you by name you are mine to hear the words of god here he is telling you that you are possessed did you belong to him that he has taken possession of you and not only has he taken possession of you but you are his prized possession you were the crown of his creation you are the apple of his life and he will never ever let anything separate you from his love how do we know he goes on and he tells us these words when you pass through the waters I will be with you and through the rivers they will not overwhelm you how many times do you we feel like we're drowning drawing on the troubles of this world probably in our worries and our concern about loneliness and he says he will not overwhelm you and he goes on when you walk through the fire you shall not be burned and the flame shall not consume you how many times do we feel like we're on the hot seat we feel like we're being consumed by the cares of the worries that have come into our life the broken relationships and hurts caused by other people and the illnesses that we have he says he will not consume you why for I am the lord your god the holy one of Israel your our lord god has taken possession of you he is redeemed you and you know what it cost him to redeem you he tells us because you were precious in my eyes an honor because I love you hi give men in return for you peoples in exchange for your life fear not for I am with you who did he give in exchange for us who was the man that he gave in the in place to purchase back his son Jesus when he delivered a mop that very night when Jesus spoke those words to his disciples Jesus was betrayed he was taken into captivity he was sentenced to death the next day he died that was the price that our lord god paid for you Jesus his song the very son of god was the one he gave in exchange for you how precious why this is nothing but nothing will ever separate you from my love you are my prized possession and I will never let you go so I'm asking you today are you feeling hello are you feeling afraid her worried hi.

"couple more questions" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The judge as a couple more questions but ultimately he comes to his decision quickly so I have to deny a request for a continuance he says basically that he can't find a reason to give us more time this is going to have to finish up this hearing on his own he's gonna have to argue for a sound for himself without a lawyer at the end the judge really they're granted or coming up on the Dino USA Elvis argues his case and his fate is decided stay with us support.

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"couple more questions" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Always have a couple more questions it's Jim banks he's a Republican rested Indiana we always appreciate the time and the access to number one will this precipitate the house going back to Republicans or conservatives or non Democrats having the Democrats in charge we've seen three years now or two years now I should say almost of them just wrangling just trying to get the president just a good stopping any progress the president tried to make I mean the guy has a great deal with China sublittoral just comes out the Democrats don't investigate but they do want to investigate him on how he reacted or reset the words hydro Hydroxycut required we should investigate them the Muller investigation the Russia hoax all this stuff well this precipitate the house going back to you guys or not I hope so I mean there there there's one way to look at it that the American people are going to forget how Democrats have acted in this moment there I also wonder joy times if if many of their rank and file members of the Democratic Party have had enough and they don't overthrow a speaker Pelosi before the election time bombs to reshape the election narrative in their best interest and it's times like these where I really wonder that because I know I know there are dozens of especially younger members of the democratic conference who work with on a regular basis you care about the China threat who want to I who want to dig into these issues that are being prevented from doing so because their speakers telling them not to it's amazing it's such a big one last question is your soul or a a silver lining here can we bring manufacturing back to America can we start making our own pharmaceuticals for god sakes we make masks and ventilators here instead of over in China and relying on them what what what do we consistently make them you know the provider for us when we used to provide for ourselves there we we have two jobs that that's what this China task force is going to seek to look for legislative opportunities where we can pass laws or read a set of eyes American companies to bring their supply chain back to the United States or not the United States to countries who have allied interests with the United States I I've never in my political life I I probably steps that ninety so there is so many people reach out to me and say help me help me find reckon find made in America products I want to stop buying made in China products so that that's the movement of the moment I think we need to seize on it and make sure that we never enter something like what we're doing today but by moving our supply chain and our jobs back to the United States instead of in China just so we're clear there's a China task force and all the Democrats bailed they build on the resolution the people who want to support it we're told not to support it we wanna make sure we bring that to like Jim thanks a lot for the hard work you do a keeper going brother thank you it's Jim banks district three Republican aggressive Indiana thank you great.

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"couple more questions" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:21 min | 2 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Coast George dory with you a couple more questions here are from me you do Michael and then we'll take your calls and we'll take calls all of next hour as well Michael when you say there's a portal a portal to where I can they direct this or does it take them back to their planet what where does it go I know it's speculation but let's let our minds wander for a moment what are they again we at this stage we are speculating and I I get many of the as long as he did military programs and and experimental places have already figured this out and this is what I they showed up in the movies like Stargate and powerful I I'm still not a hundred percent sure and I'm I'm constantly shifting my opinion on that based on that the information in the knowledge that I haven't and and one of the one of the most a stronger I guess we'll have a concept I have right now is that portal domestically take us to the planet but the other guy mentioned and I think that's something only to start of embracing more because then looking at the universe the way that it is being shown to us by Max and hi fi Hollywood movies which may may be part of a giant propaganda team that is made of believe you see the universe in a specific way so one of the things that I'm very comfortable and happy to to rethink is the structure of the universe wanted made up of what is actually out there do we really know what is out there why has nothing been lying to us all these years is it possible that NASA has been one of the biggest all flight operation ever constructed and I'm very happy and prepared to to to reach that conclusion and I must tell you that the more and more research I do into space and what what out then what matters be giving us between the lines for the part thirty years is making me rethink everything I've helped him and believe so dearly for most of my life like most of us have and it is now more and more evident that space is most likely filled with water everyone at hello everyone four people that shocked by this don't know what I'm talking about please find one of my presentations on YouTube or even better go to my channel go to sign up to my video channel on Michelangelo com there is I'm questionable evidence that there's water everywhere and that would be telling us for three decades now that there's water everywhere right and I'm gonna stop and now but just to make you rethink about half full what if it's a if we think that we can navigate by the way we are shown in part by movies and the way that map is showing us what they call good little wistfully a fire behind a rocket that goes into space and I'm inclined to spite come out because there's nothing there and the fact that faces the vacuum is justified by the constant that that's not possible anyone who believes that is not done their homework and doesn't understand physics and the and the scientific name possibility of access what I think math is retaining everything aligned with most likely spaces water so hot it is that is the case I must say it is something if that's the case how do we navigate right you con navigated and with rocket and spacecraft as we've been might lead to believe you're gonna have to navigate it to warm all Stargate and jump on that many of you will get and researchers are we talking about I've never spoken to anyone of the people that claim they beat the other planet that tell me they traveled in a spaceship I don't know if you have well I haven't I haven't either yeah I'm ready I'm sure that you'll conquer they always say I'm the only super soldiers and ex nothing died and he could face program people in purple and say they've been on the planet but they go into target or Walmart or what they call jumpers and they just appear that and that's where you start to realize the K. space is most likely not what we think it is and and bit the comprehension I'm jumping around again because I'm reconnecting the dots between sodomy anthology archaeology science physics quantum mechanics it's all connected and it's important that we see the connected to the things that connect older because then it's much easier to make than all what's going on around us the nature of reality a true science and physics around up in the physical world and then the invisible world and I've been damaged around that which may include the universe around when we say I when when I told a lot tell a teleportation device through the portals I believe that deflected Stargate they show you the big wheel and what do the guys go through they go through what they go through a wall of water to get rid of it commenting on the other planet wherever they go it's not fascinating it is water now let me ask you about this this two thousand eighteen fossil discovery then we'll take calls Michael what did they discover well it wasn't very end with me all right it could put me on one of my favorite project position that I started doing nas and two thousand eighteen is actually the very first that's a good good expedition that I did in January twenty eighteen and I twelve people have called home month many of them away from the USA about half of the more from the USA and then there were people from other countries as well and and we made some startling and I'm imaginable discoveries and the probably the the most important one was the discovery of the fossil said many of your listeners will know by now that I'll be talking about these does that ring a bell to an office having arrived here and bought a whole books in this little town that surrounded Bob Bobbitt the largest concentration understood concentration of the bank and run liquid mountains around us I started to pick up these these stones these weird long elongated stone that didn't make any sense and we're very curious I expect about these drugs were that when you hold them up and you hit them with another stone and they remark about wild and again on my on my channel I show the videos of the China for over ten years now and the first of them started bring like balconies wide restructuring on bell and it just once again our upbringing dried you cation the way that we could possibly drop that because imagine outside the box our cognitive dissonance for a lot of things in a specific way it prevents us to imagine things that we have not all not a magic I and and it was good it was really in one of those trips early in that generate twenty eighteen expedition that we went up the mountain and we were exploring some of the phone circles wouldn't even and and the walls and the the terraces on the channel and I picked up again one of these weird you long guided stone that and it had a little bit of a cold and a band to it and I'm just my mind just boggles Dow up fifty myself nature and stoves do not form like that this is not no V. this shy and you're sure they were stones right we are grateful that they have done that day well I know they've done and I tell you I'm gonna jump again once again I will never come back to bring me back to that moment it guys I get all right in two thousand eight when I first arrived and I settled here I took a bunch of samples of response from the start of all the attendant to the geo science lab in Pretoria the motive on get your logical Ponte Dr Cornelison so I have a complete breakdown of the of the of the geological and mineral component of these rocks and if the metamorphic rock it's not at all felt and I'll be to be bothered with and and great detail so they gave me a breakdown of the components of the I am a very high up to twenty twenty two percent of all I am in the on call doctor the the magnet manganese the obviously at that all the other things in there I have and so they did not recognize it as a possible right exactly this is very important they gave me geological metallurgical compositions break down all the stones which twelve years later we realize that they are but ten years later actually exactly ten years later after walking on these walls because for ten years I suddenly my cognitive dissonance was shattered when I ask the question why these does these weird shapes and and when I came back down the mountain on that same day about a half an hour later I took a look at that stone when I picked it up I thought to myself why just done as we have checked it isn't long long dated and done very then I'll put it on top of one of the stone walls knocked it to my father when I come down the mountain today I will know what that is so you see what I did they I manifested my own reality I thought buffalo mind at the moment I came down and I saw that thing line may I went it was literally like a bomb went off I always thought my god that is not a stone and in some way my medical training who are the people that might not know I spent five years at the medical school in Johannesburg studying pharmaceutical that you know most of the subjects we do it I think politics is a famous as medical I'm not an actively tetra and my god that is not a stone that is a real a real live better five Europe although some humanoid or some creature she has a moment Bob Graham acknowledged and realized that I was looking at human or humanoid all animal anatomy that defied fossilized group I looked around me and suddenly everything came to life I realize that I was looking at a giant graveyard of fertilizer that provides parcels that will one organic humanoid Annamalai god pieces of a creature a graveyard for the undocking maybe well and this is where it gets even more interesting and then suddenly it Campbell that entire time line and cause you to confusion then I started looking at the stone wall many of the stone circles that we've been researching visiting clearing and preparing for terrorism that's a lot of work to keep them clear of bush and grass because African dog rose quickly out of the yeah in an amount that can be of a gun you got it I know we have and so I went back to a lot of those runs and and suddenly I had another aha wave I when I realized that most of the wall of the ancient ruins of bills what what what I now recognized to be hospitalized body part of a human all other creatures that's down the road that that's ridiculous I'm not even talking about what's going on here in these with these earth bound creatures Michael or from extraterrestrial sources I would issue that these all creatures that live here on a okay they they they perished and they they bury and I'm turned to stone and I'm gonna talk briefly about how that happened and again ideology school do not teach that they don't know enough about it and they don't need to because I don't know enough about it so I figured he dropped out and that's going to be on the G. and understand the product is that happens and pick up the patient popularization metamorphic protesters in metamorphic rocket that could better and what is the catalyst impact and what happens in these protective that is not cold because it's not known in the geology school the metallurgical and chemical engineering schools I guess the chemical engineering vehicle probably have a much better drop about it in any of the other and the populace you just don't have a clue about that because they they serve are moved from that under the knowledge that they get caught yeah they comprehend that also what what we've got here is they must have been an event what what what the **** does show up and when I think when I think Parcells George I'm talking mountain hello good fossilized.

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"couple more questions" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To coast George dory with you a couple more questions here are from me you do Michael and then we'll take your calls and we'll take calls all of next hour as well Michael when you say there's a portal a portal to where I can they direct this or does it take them back to their planet what where does it go I know it's speculation but let's let our minds wander for a moment well again we at this stage we are speculating and I I guess many of the as long as he did military programs and and experimental places have already figured this out and this is what I they showed up in the movies like Stargate and carports I I'm still not a hundred percent sure and I'm I'm constantly shifting my opinion on this based on that the information in the knowledge that I haven't and and one of the one of the most a stronger I guess we'll have to have confidence I have right now is that portal domestically take us to the planet but the other guy mentions and I think that's something only to start of embracing most because then looking at the universe the way that it is being shown to us by NASA and the pipeline Hollywood movies which may may be part of a John propaganda game that has made us believe you see the universe in a specific way so one of the things that I'm very comfortable and happy to to rethink is the structure of the universe wanted made up of what is actually out there do we really know what is out there why has nothing been lying to us all these years is it possible that NASA has been one of the biggest all flight operation ever constructed and I'm very happy and prepared to to to reach that conclusion and I must tell you that the more and more research I do into space and what what out then what matters be giving us between the lines for the part thirty years is making me rethink everything I've helped them and believe so dearly for most of my life like most of us have and it is now more and more evidence that place is most likely filled with water everyone at is everywhere four people that shocked by this don't know what I'm talking about please find one of my presentations on YouTube or even better go to my channel go to sign up to my video channel on Michelangelo com there is I'm questionable evidence that there's water everywhere and I think we've telling us for three decades now that there's water everywhere in spite and I'm gonna stop there now but just to make you rethink about household what space is so if we think that we can navigate by the way we are shown in part by movies on the way that NASA is showing us what they call good little this will be a fire behind a rocket that goes into space and I'm inclined to spite them out because there's nothing there and the fact that space is a vacuum is just the scientific nonsense that that's not possible that anyone who believes that is not done their homework and doesn't understand physics and the and the scientific name possibility of access what I think glasses retelling of the clean aligned with most likely spaces water so hot if that is the case I must say it is something if that's the case how do we navigate space you con navigated and with rocket and spacecraft as we've been might lead to believe you're gonna have to navigate it he was always Stargate and jump on that many of your guests and researchers will be talking about I've never spoken to anyone of the people that claim they beat the other planet that tell me they traveled in a spaceship I don't know if you have well I haven't I haven't either yeah I'm ready I'm sure that you'll conquer they always say and the only super soldiers and ex nothing died and he could space program people in purple and say they beat on the planet but they go into target or Walmart or what they call jumpers and they just appear that and that's where you start to realize the K. space is most likely not because we think it is and and bit the comprehension I'm jumping around again because I'm reconnecting the dots between sodomy anthology archaeology Heinz clinic quantum mechanics it's all connected and it's important that we see the collective good the things that connect older because then it's much easier to make than all what's going on around us the nature of reality a true science and physics Alanis in the physical world and then the invisible world in other dimensions around that which may include the universe around what do you think I when when I called a lot teller teleportation devices the portals I believe that deflected Stargate they show you the thing we and what do the guys go through they go through what they go through a wall of water to get to the other commenting only on the planet wherever they go it's not fascinating it is water now let me ask you about this this two thousand eighteen fossil discovery that will take calls Michael what did they discover well it was very it was me all right it could put me on one of my sons are going to search expedition that I started doing nonsense two thousand eighteen is actually the very first article research expedition that I did in January twenty eighteen and I twelve people have called whole month many of them with from the USA about half of the more from the USA and then there were people from other countries as well and and we made some startling and I'm imaginable discoveries and the probably the the most important one was the discovery of the fossil any of your listeners will know by now that be talking about these does that ring a bell to an office have arrived here invited hold books in this little town that surrounded Bob Bobbitt the largest concentration understood concentration of these ancient ruins lately mountains around us I started to pick up these these stones the the we had long long dated government didn't make any sense and the the very clear yet I think about the study was that when you hold them up and use the Houston with another thousand and they remark about and again on my on my channel I show the videos on the China spoke over ten years now and the first of them started ring right now there is one reason why the restructuring ourselves and it just once again our upbringing dries you cations the way that we could possibly drop that because imagine outside the box our cognitive dissonance for a lot of things in a specific way it prevents us to imagine things that we have not seen a whole lot not a magic I and and it was just it was really in one of those trips early in that generate twenty eighteen expedition that we went up the mountain and we were exploring some of the phone circles wouldn't even and and the walls.

George dory Michael
"couple more questions" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To coast Georgia dory with you a couple more questions here from me you do Michael and then we'll take your calls and we'll take calls all of next hour as well Michael when you say there's a portal a portal to where I can they direct this or does it take them back to their planet what where does it go I know it's speculation but let's let our minds wander for a moment well again we at this stage we are speculating and I I get many of the as long as he did military programs and and experimental places have already figured this out and this is what I they showed up in the movies like Stargate and powerful I I'm still not a hundred percent sure and I'm I'm constantly shifting my opinion on this based on that the information in the knowledge that I hadn't and and one of the one of the most a stronger I guess but I concept I have right now is that portal domestically take us to the planet but the other guy mentions and I think that's something only to stardom embracing more so than looking at the universe the way that it has been shown to us by NASA and the park by Hollywood movies which may may be part of a giant propaganda game that has made us believe you see the universe in a specific way so one of the things that I'm very comfortable and happy to to rethink is the structure of the universe wanted made up of what is actually out there do we really know what is out there why has nothing been lying to us all these years is it possible that NASA has been one of the biggest all flight operation ever constructed and I'm very happy and prepared to to to reach that conclusion and I must tell you that the more and more research I do into space and what what out then what matters beginning at between the lines for the bottom fifty years is making me rethink everything I've helped them and believe so dearly for most of my life like most of us have and it is now more and more evident that face is most likely filled with water everyone at is everywhere four people that shocked by this don't know what I'm talking about please find one of my presentations on YouTube or even better go to my channel go to sign up to my video channel on Michael Cohen did not come there I'm questionable evidence that there's water everywhere and that could be telling us for three decades now that there's water everywhere right and I'm gonna stop there now but just to make you rethink about what space is so if we think that we can navigate by the way we have shown in part by movies on the way that map is showing us what they call good little this will be a fire behind a rocket that goes into space and I'm inclined to spite come out because there's nothing there and the fact that space is a vacuum is if the convict nonsense that that's not possible anyone who believes that is not done their homework and doesn't understand physics and the and the thought of the same possibility of access what I think NASA's retelling of a penalized with most likely spaces water so hot it is that is the case I must say it is something if that's the case how do you navigate spade you con navigated and with rockets and spacecraft as we've been might lead to believe you're gonna have to navigate it to warm all Stargate and jump on that many of you will get and researchers have been talking about I've never spoken to anyone of the people that claim they beat the other planet that tell me they traveled in a spaceship I don't know if you have well I haven't I haven't either yeah and that I'm sure that you'll conquer they only say I'm the only super soldiers and ex nothing dies because rice program people in purple and say they've been on the planet but they go into target or Walmart or what they call jumpers and they just appear that and that's where you start to realize the K. space is most likely not what we think it is and and bit the comprehension I'm jumping around again because I'm reconnecting the dots between sodomy anthology archaeology Hines was a quantum mechanics it's all connected and it's important that we see the collective good the things that connect older because then it's much easier to make than all what's going on around us the nature of reality a true science and physics around up in the physical world and then the invisible world and I've been damaged around that which may include the universe around what do you think by when we're not allowed to teletech teleportation devices the portals I believe that deflected Stargate they show you the big wheel and what do the guys go through they go through what they go through a wall of water to get to the other don't mention all the other planet wherever they go it's not bad it is water now let me ask you about this this two thousand eighteen fossil discovery that will take calls Michael what did they discover well it was a very end with me all right it could put me on one of my favorite project petition that I started doing now since two thousand eighteen is actually a very spectacular third expedition that I did in January twenty eighteen and I twelve people have called home month many of them with from the USA about half of the more from the USA and then there were people from other countries as well and and we made some startling and I'm imaginable discoveries and the probably the the most important one was the discovery of the fossil any of your listeners will know by now that I'll be talking about these does that ring a bell to an office having arrived here and bought a whole books in this little town that surrounded by by that the largest concentration understood concentration of the bank can ruin loosely mountains around us I started to pick up these these stones these wait long longer that doesn't that doesn't make any sense and we're very curious I.

Michael Georgia
US Air Force starts effort to buy a 'flying car'

Hugh Hewitt

04:00 min | 2 years ago

US Air Force starts effort to buy a 'flying car'

"Air Force general David that tool and now dean of the Mitchell institute for aerospace studies frequent guest good morning general good to have you Hey good morning here are you today great I want to ask you about preparedness for the pandemic but first I just that I read this and I want to ask you about it there's a headline over the military times U. S. Air Force starts effort to buy a flying car it's a Jetsons kind of story they're looking for something called agility prime what do you know about this general and and are we going to see flying cars anytime soon well he was in effort to basically initiate a variety of efforts I had to look at how we might be able to supplement the capabilities that are provided by the V. twenty two which is the vertical lift aircraft in intense stimulate industry to look at different and new technologies to bring those kinds of capabilities where you can take off and small tiny areas and not have to rely on thousand foot multiple thousand foot runway so we'll see what how is that how it turns out but again it's a stimulus or not he has to get a new ideas out there and to get something concrete they can provide the kind of vertical lift capability in small spaces and do it let's say within a year that you know general once you get the vertical left the biggest hit on the strategic triad that is part of the Air Force is that you need runways and runways can be targeted once you've got a vertical lift and develop the technology to the point like the osprey then all of the strategic deterrent the airforce carries can be deployed anywhere in the world right well that's true although you I would say we haven't seen the end of the runway it's important to understand that they're over eighteen holes and runaways with over six thousand feet a paid service around the world so yeah you're you can't move but guess what there are a lot of them but your point is very valid one in that it would significantly con complicate any adversary he we're attacking six bases so if it is one of the technologies we need to continue to explore did expand the capabilities of the U. S. Air Force now couple questions that are there about politics and defense general debt to DARPA came up in the debate the Democrats had on Tuesday night president binder right president Biden attempted to say he ran dark but I thought are you going up here could you tell people what DARPA is this they have an idea what what the Democrats are talking about here yeah sure that darkness is an acronym that stands for defense advanced research projects agency it is a an arm of the department of defense in its focus is to look at no near term technologies but future technologies into see how they might be able to bring or research new and innovative ideas and then transition them to reality to provide it bans capability as rapidly as soon as possible some of the capabilities that his a ball out of their defense advanced research projects agency in the past are things like the internet you know contrary to al gore's statement that he invented the internet he didn't the defense advanced research projects agency did back in the late eighties so he that's just one example that I think everyone would be

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India's New Delhi heads to vote amid protests against citizenship law

BBC World Service

05:16 min | 2 years ago

India's New Delhi heads to vote amid protests against citizenship law

"World service let's turn our attention to other elections now in India and to be precise daily with fourteen million potential voters are today casting their ballots for the state legislative assembly it's being seen to an extent as a test for the prime minister Narendra Modi's BJP it follows nationwide protests in December over a controversial citizenship law which critics said threaten the secular nature of Indian society the BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan is on the line now from dell aged just put into perspective a what's at stake potentially here Reggie I mean as you mentioned you in these assembly elections said there about the kind of state like control old daily they're all seventy seats up for grabs in the deli assembly in the party that wins the most seats will save as the chief minister service sort of equivalent to you a governor perhaps in the United States which we just talking about I'm saying this is a national elections but it maxes primarily in the my with ready because this is the first electoral text in a way all of the B. J. P. on the prime minister made these citizenship amendment act which of course is we reported a loss on the this program has led to protests across India and some of those protesters being focused he in Daddy what you had for example she he in Balkh way you had and hundreds and hundreds of women he's been content day and night protesting the citizenship amendment which they say undermines India's secular constitution also seen police finance as students in Delhi have protested at universities he said in many ways away this is a national issue that's become a policy of these local campaign local issues are also her being about these protests as well on on those local issues beyond that citizenship law what else of people being weighing up over the last few weeks well I mean I think the primary agenda for the BJP's campaign at least has been to put these national issues aren't the forefront and it's worth mentioning that well the BJP on that rental may be with hugely popular at one reelection in twenty nineteen is you know and that's what the board effectively in Delhi in terms of parliamentary seats in the state elections in twenty fifteen they didn't do very well the tool in the Altamonte me policy which is an anti corruption policy got sixty seven after the seventy seats in the arm out coffee is helping to maintain strong cold feet daily you also get back issues Gillian I mean certainly when it comes to the B. J. P. they've had a rule that becomes out to tennis in a way into a national campaign promise the mode the address to rally C. in Delhi I will say you are the home minister on the show all has been speaking at rallies at some of the politicians of many controversial statements yet he and if you know the chief minister of nearby look up her dash said that the protest is that she he balked should be fed bullets not only describe them as terrorists in a way that has been the predominant issue not just for a dental of course but in India but since you asked about the all the on the line concerns for people hate in Delhi will pollution has the one big issue here what is being done by you the assembly members on the state white politicians to address the huge levels of pollution that we see here in Delhi I don't say safety for women so let's see what they if you spray out will get the results which actually what happens the next week I'm couple questions maybe in this year Phil clock I mean I just wonder where daily is a C. T. fits with Marty citizenship law I mean we sold massive protests in all of the major urban centers obviously universities where a hot spot for protest against that piece of legislation I mean it how should we understand daily in the national picture is it more cosmopolitan is it likely to be more skeptical of that kind of appeal to the the Hindu price I I just wonder where it where it fits into that national picture and and how much the citizenship law will shape this current election in Delhi that's a very good question yeah the vast majority though even though this is a a metropolitan city the nation's capital vast majority of faces in Delhi are you I would be living and and yet poverty or white be living in the kind of affluent areas that that you know we kind of associate with the metropolitan city there are a lot of people even under privileged areas safe development actually is another issue I didn't mention to Julian just then which has become a big concern for dinner your question I've only just down and she he bawled actually I decided to check out the polling station back and all I can believe that the line that was going around the block thank you speak of that which is waiting to help to balance its two maybe three or four polling station this morning but she he dog was the one that just had a line stretching around men and women I might say and so in in you know that your question and not since they're all huge pockets of Muslim communities Hey in many ways is United to see a yeah he has become an issue about face away that you know Muslims are being discriminated by this little and set the Muslim areas I'll say drive through John mia milia which is an area whether it be not surprised test as well and they seem to be a healthy turn out there in terms voting today it has to those wages

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Deutsche Bank stock soars 14% as investor takes stake

Bloomberg Surveillance

03:39 min | 2 years ago

Deutsche Bank stock soars 14% as investor takes stake

"So I'm looking at Deutsche Bank here stock is up a little more than ten percent today fifty two week high in part because of some news that Deutsche Bank that capital group is taken a three percent stake in Deutsche Bank so Steve errands Bloomberg news from Deutsche a bank from Germany once you don't what does it really mean here for Deutsche Bank had the stock has been so beaten down so what does it really mean for them yeah it's a five minute show it's I think it's I mean the share price says it all it's a big boost for the CEO unveiled a very ambitious turnaround plan last year people at first didn't believe the plan the stock actually had an all time low just in August but for some reason he he's given people more faith in his play in his own performance and to actually unveiled pretty good numbers for a week and that has really boosted to share and the decision by capital group now highlights how investors seemingly take take faith in the plan and a willing to put the money on it the store owner let's be sure folks is not an index fund purchase like vanguard or State Street in the others is an active manager going in is it perceived there Steve almost like a sovereign wealth fund purchase it's certainly something as you said this is a very very sophisticated investor it's an investor that will look at its target for a long time before making a decision we've been told they were actually here in Frankfort on the investor day in December people from capital group and spoke with the CEO and other people of the bank to make sure they're invest would pay pay off the and I think that has happened to them it's the it's a very very well and well thought through death when I think so Steve what is investors believe that Deutsche Bank has to execute on first and best what the house what what they like first of all is that day they've been managing through this deeper structuring without dipping too deeply into the couple questions so capital strength financial strength is better than initially expected and that's a big positive trading which is still one of the two banks traditional strength was impacted less than many people had feared and is now serving shows you can lease them the revenue decline in other parts of the business then you know we may even seem right we'll see what I want to replace also idealised hearing in trouble John Nichols way but I'm gonna cut to the chase does precluded torture bring cash call that's all this comes down to the big fear is David to go back to the well to Qatar and the others to to you know recharge the ballot she is that out of the way now I think that's part of the reasons why people are now willing to commit more money to it because the the less than expected and kapple the regulatory capital means it's now likely to manage to that more likely than before that they will be able to manage to the restructuring without having to ask shareholders for more money and see I guess the other issue out there is is there any type of merger that might be on the horizon for Deutsche Bank well you probably know they went into formal talks with the other German bank Commerzbank last year and that didn't go anywhere sure I'm pretty sure and setting his sights on the record they will not allow the consolidation but I think it's highly unlikely for now but I mean it's pretty close something that seven would like to do one one the bank stronger very good seeders thank you so much greatly appreciated from front for here's capital group Los Angeles dives into a significant position on

Deutsche Bank
Cyber experts weigh in on the app that crashed the Iowa caucus

Morning Edition

01:40 min | 2 years ago

Cyber experts weigh in on the app that crashed the Iowa caucus

"I state democratic chair try price due to answer a couple questions on Tuesday but he didn't give any timetable for the final results he has repeatedly said that top cyber experts investigated the app prior to Monday's caucuses and he said that again on Tuesday we have worked with the cyber security experts nationally renowned cyber security experts to do testing and security checks on this app but he has declined to say for the last few weeks who those experts were or at least what companies they work for that's been a red flag for experts who study cyber security and just yesterday report came out from pro publica the cyber security from that they contracted with took a look at the apt and found major security vulnerabilities basically saying there were hackable issues potentially there why is election transparency so important so something bad information experts talk about a lot is this thing called the knowledge gap when there's a hunger for information about a subject but no good information out there it creates this pocket for wrong or bad information to go viral we've seen that happen a lot the fast the past few days across social media I was just in a college class at Drake University yesterday asking all the students who it was their first time caucusing if they'd seen conspiracy theories floating around about the Spillane results and immediately one of the kids raises his hand and says yeah bunch of my friends from home immediately were saying Russian collusion or Chinese collusion he was kind of half joking a little bit but you can see how all of this just weakens people's confidence that elections in this country are flooding the will of the people sure not a good sign NPR's miles parks into one mile thanks so much

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CAR T-Cell Therapy and the Future of Cancer Treatment

Healthcare Triage Podcast

09:07 min | 2 years ago

CAR T-Cell Therapy and the Future of Cancer Treatment

"Today we're GONNA be talking to Cherie Virago professor of medicine and medical molecular genetics and also director of the stem cell program. I use school of Medicine. He Generals General's GonNa talk to us today about stem cell. Therapy and car T.. Therapy in particular which you may have heard in the news but before we get to that. Let's start with some basics first of all. Welcome to the program program thank you. Can you tell us in general what it means to be not only a professor of medicine but a professor of medical and molecular genetics so medical Michael Molecular Genetics. It's a very broad term It's it's really looking at the molecular basis of disease Not just inherited a disease but Many of the diseases have a molecular basis. Even if they're not directly inherited had he actually look get to the molecular basis. What kind of research technologies are you using? The biggest technology at the moment is Sequencing genes particularly in in terms of Chewers in my area sequencing can cell's genome to identify particular mutations. That could be targetable identifying mutations Sion's that in future could be Way We could design drugs perhaps decided Also there are ways of personalizing Medicine in a way Way We can identify Because not all cancer even the same kind of cancer is not all Homogeneous there's a lot of heterogeneity so if you can identify certain mutations in a person's at cancer cell you may be able to target that specifically perfect for that person's cancer as opposed to all the people with that kind of cancer. So how do you train to do this kind of work so in your career career how what did you do to get to this point. Well I guess there are various ways of getting there the way I got there. I trained actually in Australia Did all my hematology. Aw called you training in Australia. And then I did a PhD. That was more related to stem cell transplantation rather than molecular medicine at the time and then I moved to Ohio state where I stayed there for about six years on faculty and then the opportunity came to lead the transplant program. Ram At Indiana University. So I moved there in two thousand six. So we're talking about treating cancer. Is it all kinds of cancer or specific kinds of cancer. Turner accident well as a stem cell transplant. we're really focusing on hematological. Kansas blood cancers So leukemia multiple myeloma lymphoma. These are the ones that are amenable really to stem cell transplantation. You talk about what the differences are between those three short so It's really the cell of origin or the origin of the cancer so leukemia we're really talking about Cancers of blood stem cells the bone marrow in multiple myeloma. We're really talking about Cancer cells plasma cells which really part of the immune system in lymph falmouth with talking about cancer cells that are also part of the immune system that the less differentiated cells than the Coloma. So what what causes these. What makes someone developed one of those types of cancer? Well that's a really good question and we don't know all the the answers to that but It the it's silly as with other Kansas to I'll just blood cancers there are Hits in the genome of the the cans of the cells that turns them on to become cancerous essentially and so once they become cancerous. They just start growing multiplying without controls trolls. That the gist of it. Or Yeah. That's basically it they. They're able to multiply without control but they're also able to survive better They have a survival advantage compared to their normal counterparts talking about the history of treatment of those types of cancer. Like what do we do. And what are we. What are we got into now? And specifically of course what is stem cell therapy. Happy at the end. Yes so you know historically the we have been treating and we still the do treat These cancers with conventional cytotoxic agents these agents are essentially cellular toxins that cause DNA damage to the cells and as a result they The cells sells died and they because cancer cells tend to divide more frequently or more rapidly than normal cells and these conventional channel cytotoxic target the proliferating cells more than the Doman cells. So we're able to Mo- selectively kill cancer cells. But they are. They also affect normal cells as well as things have evolved We are now able to. We learn more about the genetics of the Kansas. His when now able to design drugs that particularly targets in pathways molecular pathways. That these cancer cells depend on so Treatment has become Less toxic to the to the patient in general so we're trying to target specifically just killing the cancer while not killing other other rapidly or any other kinda cells in the body. So what is then stem cell. Therapy like what. What's the difference between what skyping there and then going all the way to say? We're GONNA do a stem cell. Trance have so in some cases not all Kansas but some Kansas are also amenable to stem cell transplant therapy. And they're really too broadly. Speaking to approach is one where we use. The patient's own stem cells called tolerance stem cell transplantation. And where we use dona cells or allogeneic stem cell transplantation so with autologous transplantation plantation would really reverting back to the classic cytotoxic approach way we give very high doses of chemotherapy to Kill Oh as many cancer cells as possible. One of the side effects of this is that it will also cools a permanent damage to the bone marrow of people without stem cell support report. They would Essentially die of marrow failure so to collect stem cells. I there on stem cells assuming their stem cells not diseased. Then when you can give high dose. Chemotherapy give back stem cells and allow the marrow to recover so I have a couple questions there first of all. How do you get the stem cells? Out So stem cells live predominantly in the bone marrow But they do circulate the blood so you can either collect directly from the bone marrow but more commonly family today in the autologous approach we give growth factors which can move stem cells to circulate more in the blood and then we collect them. I'm by a process called a ferocious. Where basically they are collected a blood donor machine essentially that will collect them from the blood? How do you how do you how are you sure? You're not collecting cancer cells at the same time you do Some of these stem cell products will be contaminated but to some extent by cancer sells but it seems that most relapses after autologous transplantation occur not because of contamination. But because you really the the chemo a high dose chemotherapy that you've given has not killed the last cancer cell in the body. So how are you also assured that the stem cells are not. Can't where's the cancer come from. If it's not coming mm from stem cells as the simpsons or what about the sort of the the. He met a poetic stem cells. That give rise to the sherm tie. He met a point system. MM-HMM SO For example in multiple myeloma these inadequate ext themselves are not cancerous. Okay and in lymphomas Somali. They are not not cancerous. Can you just give us just a brief description of what the poetic system is so the Humana poetic system is essentially all blood forming cells and immune cells so the very primitive stem cells that give give rise to the humanitarian existent. They give rise to white cells red cells platelets as well as the components of the immune in systems such as B. Cells. T. Cells natural killer cells. We're just trying to figure out in my head and where it comes from. Because if if the are the white blood cells coming from the bone marrow in the stem cells though in development I it depends on the Canada Essentially for example if we take multiple well my Lama so the Within the immune system one cancer cell becomes Transform to become malignant and phones a clone in that clone of actually expands and has sub clones of its own and that's really the cancer but that's not arising from a in the actual stem cell of the very primitive stem cell that gives rise to all the blood forming cells in the Merrill.

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From Chevy Monte Carlo to Ford Escape

CarStuff

05:06 min | 2 years ago

From Chevy Monte Carlo to Ford Escape

"For years. I've been driving one interational of a Monte Carlo or another and all of all of our longtime listeners you guys have been with you guys have heard my trials and travails with that with that car and you know what it's like when you own a car for a long time and you know it's idiosyncrasies you get used to not having a car payment which is beautiful And eventually I had to give up the ghost man. I still have my Monte Carlo. But a new car. Yeah all right. Well Yeah it's three ninety nine money. No I got a twenty-seven four escape. 'cause I got a great deal on seventeen four. Okay okay. Very good news car. I've ever driven and I'm actually taking possession of it like all. The deals stuff is taking possession of it tomorrow as we're recording. Congratulations -gratulations well. Let's let's hope. It's I still have the Monte Carlo. Though it's you know I won't be able to sell it for anything I understand. Maybe your data take it. He takes he takes on projects. Like this right. Yeah maybe maybe he will. Well I you know I'm I'm just a couple questions if you don't mind we have to jump into shoe topic. Yeah couple all right. So how did he find. Is that something you're buying from a dealer you buy it from a friend you buy from craigslist. What a I'm buying a used With I I found it with the help of a A third party but the the purchase itself is directing. So I've checked out the car and I literally tomorrow all I'm doing is like taking possession of it. Well color is black black. Okay black on the outside. And it's you that's another thing with the cars as little worry gain 2017 model because the color is kind of the last thing I care about. Yeah engine that works. Louis says this has sixty K.. On it but I got a good deal and I was just very happy that I didn't get stuck with you. Know like a cornflower yellow or would you. They've all these fancy car paint names like you know absent minded vermillion or whatever. I don't get it but yeah I got just a regular a black Ford escape because they gotta do some hauling road trips ahead of me and so I I wanted to get Just a little beater pickup truck but like we talked about before. We're talking about the ranger. It's tough to get the the kind of pick-up truck would want you know. No disrespect to an F.. One fifty but I don't needs something like that little manual transmission do Cedar Parking Lot which is very difficult. The nothing funny I I mean I don't know why as to color I mean. That's the last thing that you should be concerned with probably just like a prank you in the parking lot if I see right do something this thinking because I actually went through some of the old research that we had done on the the INS and outs of buying a car. What you should know and what you should avoid what you should look for Cetera Hell yeah well. In a lot of people here in the audience today have war stories and one of the things that we had said in the past. The I think maybe some people weren't on board with was that I like you know know about you will see if you're on board with us. I am very much against Buying a brand new car. Oh Yeah I just. It's just not for me. I know it's for some people but it's not for me on what about you Kurt. I'm not completely against it. Really all right so you buy a new car and it's GonNa last you for maybe four or five years. I mean depending on how much you drive but years trouble-free maybe more Miki at two hundred thousand miles on pretty much any any car nowadays I'm not totally against it. So you see some security in it if you get used to make car payment every month. It's not too that's the one thing that's the one thing 'cause I did get it like through third parties so I do have a car note again. Yeah it's just it's tough to stomach but oh you know what you've got that reliability you've got You know the the the solid feel again of a car underneath you because I know what it's like to go from an older vehicle to newer vehicle and I'm I'm back to the position now by the way where mind is feeling older you know. It's a little more sloppy. It's not quite as it was. Yeah it's just tough to explain unless you're in the seat experience in it but a new car just has that correct feeling right feeling to it and something new to you I mean going from what year Two Thousand Four. Yeah Yeah Two Actually two thousand Two thousand six hundred sixty one thousand six hundred twenty seventeen almost ten years with many many miles on it. I'm sure it's probably just the more solid feeling vehicle underneath you. It's going to be nice. I'm excited about hearing about whatever you intend to do with this. You know honestly guys the fact that it might start it every time that I wanted to start flowing me

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Everything We Know About Google's Android Automotive

The Tech Guy

07:10 min | 2 years ago

Everything We Know About Google's Android Automotive

"Me now. Is Sam a Bul Cement. Our Car Guy. Welcome to the show. Sam Hey rich our this week. I'm doing great. I love what we're talking about here because It's actually a callback to last week. Show when I talked about how you know. The last frontier is really the car with all this data for these big companies like Google. And you've got some new information about that. Yes so you're you're mentioning on your Saturday monologue last weekend. that You know Google for example. All his data from devices that we use our phones owns and everything else and Our our web searches and all over the place. And you know the the cars kind of one of those last places that they're not gathering much data from and and that's in fact that's quite true for both android auto and apple carplay They have Both apple. Google have very limited access access to vehicle data When you're using those systems where you have to plug in your phone? Basically the data that the only vehicle data that Google gets in that case. This is A lot most manufacturers actually give them access to the built in GPS receiver. That's in the car. Because it's more accurate than the one in your phone. For for mapping but aside from that all the collect is whatever's on your phone so you know any location history if you've got that turned on no grab that but coming next starting earning nextwave hold on. That's interesting so you're you're saying that when I plug my phone into the car. It's Kinda bypassing the. GPS on my phone and using the built in one in the car is that always the case it It depends it depends on the manufacturer. Some some carmakers provide that signaled. GPS signal others don't But in a lot of cases they do that Just because the the the the antenna that's built into the car. GPS Antenna built into the car is more accurate than the one. That's in your phone so when you're using using maps it'll give you more accurate location. data for your navigation interesting. Does I dated you get. I always wonder about that. 'cause I I wonder sometimes sometimes it takes longer to get a lock on my location and I kind of put my phone. You know if it's Kinda thrown on the seat next to me I'll put it like in a holder so it has a better view of the sky. You know so it's interesting so I wonder if that happens Anyway that's good to know yeah You said it depends on the manufacturer. I know Ford Does that they provide the GPS signal to phones. owns if your phone is plugged in Some manufacturers don't but so it varies but for the most part they they don't get other vehicle data like your speed and and and your other driving behavior except for whatever it can Discern from the sensors that are in the phone which is a lot right but starting next year There's actually going to be Quite a few cars that actually have that are actually running on android automotive which is a new version of android that is specifically designed as an operating system for infotainment systems. So there's there's some cars today that that already use android as the operating system for their infotainment but they're like Honda Honda and Hyundai and some other manufacturers do but they're using the android open source project but this is actually an official Google made operating system for cars and Volvos going to be the first one to roll it out and early twenty twenty in their new pulsar to he and also in the electric version of the C forty And then Following that Fiat Chrysler and General Motors already also announced now. The screen shot behind me. If you're watching extreme is actually from a GM Press shot of their their system. And so what these These will all have a full-blown version of android. Actually running right in your car. That can download APPs directly to it from the Google play store. That'll have google play services. It'll have google maps maps And Google assistant built into your car. So you don't even have to use how you connect your phone to it in order to use it it'll it'll all be right there and it will have access to all the data in your vehicle about what you're doing where you're going and you know it for for good or ill you know it'll be able to Provide lied all kinds of services to you so couple questions number one. If it's running on its own how does it interface with my phone call. So it's my phone now just relegated to Bluetooth Truth for calls you can. Yeah you can still. It's they haven't been entirely clear how that's GonNa work whether whether you'll still connect your phone via Bluetooth for calls or are You know whether it'll just use the the modem because there's a cell is going to be solid or modem and all these cars whether it'll just use that to make the calls halls instead of using your phone so now one of those things we have got number sink where I pay ten bucks for my Apple Watch. Share the number on my iphone. So now I'm going to have to do that with my car. I Bet Yup ten bucks a month for the Old Verizon T. mobile at and T.. Sprint I see where they're going here. New Revenue Streams so. My other question is if these cars are android. What does that mean for the iphone folks out there who want US carplay So they will still support carplay So all three of the manufacturers that have announced android automotive support Volvo Fiat Chrysler and GM. They are all all still going to be supporting carplay. So if you plug in your iphone It'll bring up carplay screen just like it does today It's just that it's running android underneath that in fact today today if you drive a Honda or Acura vehicle or or a number of Hyundai vehicles. The same things already happening. Those those vehicles are already running open open-source android and they're just running car play on top of that so there's nothing that precludes The manufacturers from supporting other systems Other other smartphone projection systems on top of android automotive and the Okay so you've got that you've got the android working with in unison. I guess with carplay What does this mean for the consumer? I mean. Is this a good thing for us or is this a bad thing that these companies now have direct. You know it's kind of a direct tap into all all of our vehicle data which is what they want. Assume it's cheaper for the manufacturers by the way because this software is provided free to them that that part is not entirely early clear You know whether they're actually having to pay a licensing fee to Google or not to use this. I think I think probably I think the base android automotive system is is probably free but it's probably similar system to What they do today for android phones where you can use android for free But then and they have licensing agreements with Google to get the The closed source services like play services and Google maps and g mail. And things like that. That if you want to include those on your phone meant the phone makers include Pay a licensing fee to to Google for that. I suspect it's going to be similar for android automotive that They will pay a licensing fee in order to get access to Google assistant and some of the other Google services right on the vehicle

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"couple more questions" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Couple more questions if you're on hold please stay there will answer all of your calls you get a Starbucks card just for calling in with those questions on the active mortgage talk and text line it's four one four seven nine nine eleven thirty W. I. since redefined realty shell we'll be right back on a day like today it's easy to get lost in a daydream imagining her children whipping down a hill on that slide use on the windows when the sounds of life around you snap you back to reality you wonder is that even within my budget so you look on eBay and well and on that selection of the best outdoor gear at a price that'll make you think your dream download the eBay app today and start making your day dreams a reality on a day like today it's easy to get lost in a daydream imagining your whole family watching a movie together on that flat screen you've been eyeing when the sounds of life around you snap back to reality you wonder is even within my budget so you look on eBay an unmatched selection of the latest tech price that'll make you think your dream download the eBay app today and start making your day dreams a reality on a day like today it's easy to get lost in a daydream imagine your child zipping around on that scooter David Beckham for when the sounds of life around you snap back to reality you wonder is even within my budget so you look on eBay an unmatched selection of the best toys right so make you think you're dreaming download the app today and start making your day dreams.

"couple more questions" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"And yeah so that's always a nice fall back but there might not be each snow left and so you keep that in a couple more questions. I'm going to put you on the spot here. This is gonna be potentially tough question all right. I want you to rank from one to ninety four your favorite to least favorite of my podcast episodes. Go okay number one the one that i'm dan right now this one. I'll get one all right. I assume you haven't listened to him. I just like putting interns on the spot like that all right a question question that i ask all my guest is if you could recommend one person to come on the podcast. Would it be you know as soon as i started this phone call. I realized that you were gonna ask me. This question and i did not even think of it but let's see. I think that it would be cool to get actually the woman who who you're interviewed who i've been doing work on. I'm forgetting her name. Previously she said something. I thought was really cool but more people who are in the fields working on day to day a <unk>. Things are more of a smaller local scale. I think that's a really cool idea kind of <hes> spotlighting different people who just kind of see see this adaptation work every day. Yes that would be cool. Awesome will mattie so you're going to go back to kennedy. You're gonna be in vancouver in that area. So i have mentioned chin that the big canadian adaptation conference in twenty twenty. You're going to be my eyes and ears on the ground looking for an opportunity for someone to sponsor american apso cover that and then you died be of the work again at that conference so i hope you're gonna be on the lookout when you're there definitely i look forward to it. I'm excited all right so i just wanna sign off. I think hopefully now. He's going to stay involved to an extent. I'm school's gonna. I'm sure just dominate your time but maybe an occasional writing here and there but maddie. I think you so much for your efforts and i know i'm sort of. I'm standoffish in the sense that we don't work together and i hope that you got something valuable adam. Thanks again again for participating yeah. No problem spent such a great summer. Thank you so much hate after that irap so you can hear my answer to peterson's question on his podcast. It should be out soon links to it. In the show notes it will be episode thirty nine of his podcast if trigger look out there looking for go. Check it out and see what i had to say i've mentioned before and i will be mentioning and most podcasts. We started this resource podcast in the classroom. So if you're interested in using america collapse in your classroom high school professional settings university settings check it out it's being led by bishop williams and a small team kate and this team listen to to my most recent episode and then they developed discussion guides that will be available on my website. You can go.

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"couple more questions" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Next segment a._j. Had a couple more questions from twitter okay from like three weeks ago a couple of carryover questions yeah. We never got to knock them. Out must be really good. If you want to address now they are one at hobbs clayton said said i'm in pursuit of a degree in film in hopes that i can create movies slash t._v. shows although some people have doubts and say it's a quote risky pursuit. Did people lab doubts when you were pursuing a podcast career if they did. What do you tell what do you think about those comments now <hes> now they can all suck my dick dick now. I'm just kidding. Nobody <hes> had concerns for me going in because my entire career has been one long concerning hail mary so it was already the norm like what i started. Podcasting acting was not a point of concern for anyone in my nobody was like oh no could ross be wasting his time here like that. Just never had a risky move. I was already already in media. You could only benefit from it. Really i mean it was like it was one of those things where the first few times i tried it and i was terrible like if you listen to the first episodes ever of oysters clams in cockles you'll be like holy shit ross <hes> but that's how things go you get experience and you get better. I was terrible but it only took a few before. I was like okay i can do this. I think i can we do this and at least have it as a part of my content offering like obviously back when i started. I was still riding more. I was doing the websites and the social media everyday for grand dixon. Listen it was a it was just a different job. <hes> that being said i didn't realize that it would pivot into being like my focus and then eventually the only thing that i do <hes> will not the only thing that i do but my main fucking like ninety percent of what i do is focused on podcasting at this point and i think if anybody had told me this is ezra that's just not was as let your parents being like you need to find something more stable and regular. That's a normal concern that parents have if you listen to the cipher p._k. Episode for example when he told his parents. I'm a bounce in goby a professional video game player. They were like no. You're not well yeah. That's a risky decision right there. It is and and various honestly in those terms so is this so is trying to become a movie or tv show person whether it's an acting or directing or any version of it very very difficult <hes> job career line to get into extremely and you have to be the judge of what is best for you man you can't you cannot let other other people tell you what you can or can't do. You've got to be honest with yourself to brutally honest with yourself about the things that you're not good at the things that could keep you from getting to where you wanna go. Oh the things that could serve as incredibly risky and you've got to balance it out from there like you've got to be able to feel out your life like only you can. This is impossible well because i don't know you. I can't feel out your situation specifics <hes> but i'll say one incredibly lame thing you got to trust yourself. Listen to your heart and mind and what they tell you to do and don't be afraid to chase an unlikely dream or to take on a risky endeavor ever just be calculated assess your risks. Take them when it makes the most sense and set your this is the thing that will get your.

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"couple more questions" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Before let you go. I have a couple more questions. And thank you so much for joining us today. It's been it's been great in a very good insight as to what's going to happen. What does this mean going forward? Is it possible for Thomas Jefferson to take on new applicants? Or is it just depending on what that teach out program says? It really depends on whether they believe that they're going to open. Willie affects students in this class where the students in this fall. I mean, there's, there's nothing they assuming that they do what they say they're going to do, which is to appeal, they might believe that they're going to be open and it's going to be open. Obviously need students to teach and to help keep school open. So there's nothing that the said memorandum announcing the withdraw approval of accreditation. That cannot expect students because the process is not complete yet. Yeah. So really remains anything. So we're, we're waiting to see exactly what's going to happen. And it's, it's I find it very interesting. And I feel like I said, I feel for those students, I know you do too, is there is there any way you can kind of give us any insight as to what cow westerns doing to help or is there anything that your, your school is participating in that would maybe sixty students or anything you can add on that? Not anything that the ordinary. So as we would with any student walk. Oh, you could apply transfer student, but also by visiting student because he. Indicated that it's going to appeal, there's no teach out yet in the works. I think what is to appeal to prevent having to teach out. They wanted just pain their credit Asian, so it's holding patterns and the students are still having options that they normally would at other law schools at this time of transferring visiting but anything beyond that, there's, there's nothing yet still too early in the process, I see this as obviously as we both have this is all bad. There's not really, I personally, don't know this is something that can survive in the reason being is that there's such a stain now. They were one of the first law schools to be sued by a former student back in twenty fifteen or sixteen whatever it was. And their bar pass rates just everything about it. It's just not looking good. And when you can't even have your own students, how are you going to be able to pay for it? How? This school going to be able to survive. This situation. I don't I don't know if they will. And that's really kind of sad. Right. I mean the only the only way you know, if they do end up nations, that they're going to lose their creation after feels processes complete they still maintain California accreditation. So I guess they could still enrolling operate as law school, but the economics of that, I think are very, very different. You're not going to be able to charge the tuition, you charge when your day school. It's, it's just a different world. You're not gonna be able to pay faculty and staff the same way you have a bunch of tenure professors, you know, it's just the economic very different depending on the Croatian. Yeah. Well, we're hoping for the best for the school, and I appreciate you coming on giving us a little bit of insight, and if anything else comes up your my resident expert on this. So hopefully I can bring you back on to talk about it a little bit more. Any news comes out or sure sure make for having. Thank you for joining us how good weekend as well. All right. All right. All right. So this is a lawyer bluejeans show. Thank you. Christopher for giving us a lot little insight into that situation. We do have to take our next commercial break. But we are going to be talking about a few things and which is kinda Winslow like I said and the trial and also a judge, who was sentenced for sentencing kids, but being bribed to do. So it's I don't know if you've heard the story before, but it's a compelling one. So this is the lawyer blue Jean show. We'll be back right after this. AM seven sixty KFI patriots. Accounting.

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"couple more questions" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"D take off. Okay. I guess he took off. I thought he had a couple more questions going on there. Yeah. A lot of you're gonna you're gonna find this, maybe some people do. But people in our world kind of see a different way. But I had a surgery at one point. And the lady was going to have to put me under in the anesthesiologist tonight, said to her I was joking, but I wasn't joking. I said, hey, you know, can you get me as close to the lightest possible without going into it, so that I can come back with them abilities? She looked at V like I was she did not like me after that. I thought it was pretty good. All right. Wildcard line. Number two, gym out of the British Columbia. Hey there. Jim welcome to coast to coast. Travis what honor and a pleasure to talk to you both. I just wanted to ask Travis. I've read your book, if four came out the fire in the sky book and I saw the movie afterwards, but there was a segment in the book that had you're inside the craft and. Fun love steak, and it was a where you were like came across little chairs and you sort of grabbed a joystick and pull the joystick back live roof opened up, and I thought that was omitted the movie, and I wondered like was that is there a reason just editing in the movie or? No over the script writing when I received a copy of the script everything aboard the craft was omitted and turns out that good reason to do that because I want going to like it, it was just. Very little that anything to do with what I experienced. So I'm looking to get a remake of the movie now been in discussion with the number of producers on that town and someday. I'll find somebody that can do it, right. And stick close to what really happened as possible, when you're injecting all that sort of drama in there, but. Script approval. That's for sure to make sure it doesn't go so far. Afield. Right. Thank you, Jim. For that question. You know, Travis it's funny because you said the inject that drama, it's so funny that they feel that they have to it's already fantastic. Do they don't need to do something incredible? I don't know. Well, you know, not everything ratings, they made was was an embellishment, there were seven of us out there. And in the movie there was only five I think it was just to make the green writing more manageable. But still. I, I want to share with people what we actually went through. So suggestion from one agent, rather than a feature film. We go with a mini series I rejected. But now.

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"couple more questions" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"couple more questions" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"But I have a couple more questions about sort of military background one of the Robert Putnam was a sociologist from Harvard. He talks about the idea that the military instills this feeling of social fabric, and you've talked about some of those values that that are instilled through the military. Do you think that those have been lost more generally in civilian society? These values of service and and trying to help out your neighbor. Yeah. I think they have if you look at what the military does. It's call soldiers ation the day you join the military. They cut your hair differently. They give you different clothes. Actually, change your name. They call you a rank and a name, and they try to get you to be part of a team. They try to get you to identify with that team they won't individual performance. But it's really about the community that you're a part of no man left behind any number of things. I think our society used to have much more that fabric. If you think of frontier days, where we did wagon trains or barn raising or common defence or Ballantyne fire departments were necessary. There was an absolute practical requirement that you be interacting and dependent upon your neighbors. And those neighbors might be your religion. They might be your background but often they weren't. But they had to be a community. We're in a slightly different time now with those communities of fragmented. So now people tend to know people that have the same religion, or occupation or income level or education background? And we have a tendency to talk to them live with them in or. Whacked with them. And because the social media we can also choose we interact with virtually so we don't have to talk to our physical neighbor. We can sit on a subway car ignore everybody else on the subway car and feel as though we're connecting to someone whoever they are. And that's who we choose. So I think what's happened is we have much less identity with the group. We have much less feeding that we are dependent upon them over sponsoring for them. And I think that's that's very dangerous for society, and one of the things that I see rising from that. Is this need almost a gut level need for the great leader. You see this across Europe. You're now seeing it in the United States in variety of ways people who basically feel like since we've lost the social fabric needs some person who we can rally around this person will bring us all together. But in your book leaders, you talk about the idea that people have just this grand misperception of what leaders are and what they actually do. So what is your definition of leader? Yeah. My definition of a leader. Has evolved to ministry through my life. I was absolutely a believer. That there were great men and women leaders, and I spent much of my life trying to be one of those and trying to find those to emulate Nepal over the years. My thinking has evolved to are actually think leadership is this product of the interaction between leaders, and followers and other contextual factors. And so as a consequence leadership is almost a chemical reaction that occurs so leaders, enable that and leaders protect that and leaders have a much less active or controlling role than we sometimes wanna thank. So as a consequence what I want an expect from leaders is much less the man or woman on horseback who rides into the center and says go this way, and we will have lower taxes, and we'll have victory whatever it is we want because I know the can't produce that..

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Interview with The Last Dragon star Taimak

Talk Nerdy to Me

05:12 min | 3 years ago

Interview with The Last Dragon star Taimak

"Hey, you listen. Not with pain that you. Is a crime. Jonah classroom, you play. In all each e. What. From, are you? We're here with another addition, talk nerdy to me. I'm choice stagner with my co host Patrick Potter zone, and we had the distinct honor of interviewing time. Ach, the star of last dragon, the ultimate kung FU movie, not just the eighties of ever ever. I guess you too. Yeah, yeah. So that was, yeah, we were making sure it was like, okay, we want to screw this up the furry for sentence that we'd come came out of our mouths, we moan and make sure it was just they just produce me and I was mumbling below. I didn't know what those, but of course, as so one anyway is -actly. So how you enjoying again? Great. Great. I mean, I got off the plane and I'm here. Rivaz great. It's a little different streets knee really well. So if the head me everything's great little little different temperature from New York. Well yeah. Well it was nice today is really humid and not. So of course we're here talking to you about the one of the greatest movies ever last dragon. So now coming on thirty thirty third year thirty eight five eight thirty third year. Third. Yeah. This hard Mathis hard. Yeah. Exactly. So, yeah. So we kind of wanted to talk about. I actually had a couple question because I've been my original DVD. This is my personal DVD. Yeah, just waiting. I couldn't find my HSA. So. So the one that asked you a couple of questions about last dragon, so. I personally wanted to know one thing and I know there's going to be a pretty stupid question. What was in the tank I needed to know in every last. I know I, I can't answer. I'm going to go to my grave. It's going to be the Pulp Fiction, suitcase thing. Nobody's going to know what it is maybe in this Posad next project about last dragon. Maybe they'll come up with something. We haven't a next. I don't know. I don't get a hold of, you know what I'm saying? You know, I had a question. You were talking about your, you know the pronunciation of your name. Is there a meaning behind that name? Yeah. My father used to take every kid many years ago and back then there was no internet and he never saw the kid. Again, he just remember him much love this kid and his name was taymor and my father didn't know the spelling and he was native American mix race kid. And the name is actually of a as God that helped the poor. And so he just spelled my name differently. It was the bowels European ball's t. time. Yeah, so that's where it came from. Actually, the guys named Johnson, oh, he's a. World judo champion. He took the Olympia and everything. So so you're you're when you first started at now, you probably asked this, you actually catch the the teeth, of course. Well down, it would be very, wanna. See. All right. We're gonna get how many takes was that. Nine of them in the. All right. I'll be running. To try. Anyway. Yeah, no, I caught the arrows thing was they weren't short. So when they came, they were lighter, would they didn't want to kill me in the first few scenes that we're gonna be shutting last ragged so, but I did catch. Yeah. Shot an order. If something big, go wrong, they want to do that in the beginning of the movie and the end. Like I said, they trust me. I was, you know, already skilled martial artists and I had great timing and it just worked out where I was. Yeah. I mean, it was like a, it was a barge, and then the handed all set up you. It was like really fun for me. The most amazing barge. I mean, you know. The most amazing teacher there at the master. A New York like that. I can't even imagine what the right would go

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Melissa Seaman- Following the Universe with Strategy

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

13:46 min | 4 years ago

Melissa Seaman- Following the Universe with Strategy

"Coming up today on the nice guys on business. I think that we all have genius at flows through us when we're when we're open and we're ready and we're staying in that flow state. Surely the can't be serious. They are, but don't call them Shirley. Meet an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. We're going to take a little bit of a walk on the woo side today. That's actually how I started my intro for you, and I'm like exactly, but I'm okay with starting a little bit on the Woodside see guy community. Melissa semen was interested me about a year ago and let me say this. She's fucking legit. Okay. I know. I know. I know. I know. I know we have some nonbelievers in our community, and I would have to say that. So recently I was probably I was probably one of them, but and then I realized the universe works in some serious fucked up mysterious ways and Melissa's gonna share at just spent about five minutes talking to her about all of the of the mysterious ways. The universe actually comes collectively to you, and I know you're going to get into his also some Melissa's about to share with our funky bands, the ways in which those ways those mysterious ways can actually come to life. But everything about Wu is what Melissa, at least in the beginning. I thought she was not. I mean, reading your bio and then getting to be a friend of hers and then getting understand it a little bit. She's af Stanford educated lawyer, business strategist, and. Leaders leader and dumb. She's gonna, discuss this thing called your soul gift. And again, if there's anybody out there, I want you just that does not believe or even if you do believe, just fuck you for just one second. Okay. Just to sit back for just a minute, just roll down your window of skepticism, just enough so that these next fifteen twenty minutes that than I are gonna talk will allow some bit of of of, I guess, knowledge let it bake in for just a moment. I'm gonna talk about Melissa's going to talk about what a soul gift is what your soul gift is, what your genius is. Stay tuned. She's here. She's gotta get forty at the end of his episode. Also what that was like. One of the most fucked up enter introductions, but you know, Melissa, you're so much more worthy of that. I could hit stop right now and do it all over again, but I don't think we want to. I think we should just roll or anything yet channelling baby channel. Okay. Well, let's start there because actually that was my first question I had written down is like, what am I gonna talk to Melissa about? I know I've had you on our Biswas podcast or we have had some conversations and I took your your soul gift challenge and we're gonna share with people how they can do that too, but what is challenging channeling? What a challenging, what is channeling? Can we start there to begin with challenging about are challenging right now? You know. I like you say, I'm an ex lawyer write a recovering lawyer, and I work with a lot of professionals late. I work with Silicon Valley executives. They work with company founders and and so for me like the whole woo thing at first when I got going with the wou I was now is not so much for it. But where I'm at now is we can put the stuff to work for us and it can support the bottom line. It can make stuff clearer. So the big challenge, I would say with channeling as people think it's something weird truth is the most brilliant company founders innovators, high end professional people that I work with, they are following their gut. They are getting into their flow state. They are following, you know, that sort of mysterious intelligence that moves through them without thinking too hard. Yeah. I look at the that voice that inner. The voice, and I just say, how can it not be? How could that not be something like channeling? If it's not if we don't call it channeling on our side, if we call it our inner genius, if we call it that gut instinct, we call them in that inside voice that whatever it is that you call it nice guy community. You can call channeling. You can call it your inner voice, whatever the fuck you call it, it just know that it's it's not just a blank stare stare staring at you. This is actually an energy force it's coming through you. Well, yeah, I only have to convince anybody anything because I just ask a couple questions like, you know, have you had that moment where you're standing in the shower and you finally unwind, and then suddenly that problem you've been noodling on for days the answer just downloads like, ooh, where the heck did that come from? And it might be an answer that you wouldn't have even thought of. It might be an idea that when people say, how'd you get that idea? You shrug and think, I don't think it is my idea. I don't know where it came from and I would say, well, that's that. That's what I'm pointing to is the fact that we're all. These, you know, on a good day, I think we're kind of empty hoses that we allow something really great to come

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